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Christopher C Skinner

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This dataset comprises a collection of tabular data and graphical images supporting the U.S. Geological Survey's National Oil and Gas Assessment (NOGA) for Denver Basin Province (039). The dataset includes detailed information on crude oil and natural gas production, including volumetric and descriptive data such as cumulative production, remaining reserves, and known recoverable volumes. Historical data covering field-discovery dates, well completion dates, exploration objectives, and well depths are also provided. Data sources include commercial databases along with supplemental information from various federal and state agencies. No proprietary data is included in this. The dataset is presented in multiple formats,...
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This dataset comprises a collection of tabular data and graphical images supporting the U.S. Geological Survey's National Oil and Gas Assessment (NOGA) for Powder River Basin Province (033). The dataset includes detailed information on crude oil and natural gas production, including volumetric and descriptive data such as cumulative production, remaining reserves, and known recoverable volumes. Historical data covering field-discovery dates, well completion dates, exploration objectives, and well depths are also provided. Data sources include commercial databases along with supplemental information from various federal and state agencies. No proprietary data is included in this. The dataset is presented in multiple...
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This file contains points that describe locations of oil shale core holes, rotary holes, and surface sections in the state of Utah and is available as an ESRI shapefile, Google Earth KMZ file, and ASCII text file.Increasing energy demand, changing economics, new technology, and geopolitical issues have spurred renewed interest in other energy alternatives such as oil shale, heavy oil, and tar sands. The USGS Energy Resources Program has previously conducted extensive field and geologic research on these commodities and is initiating an effort to inventory and make these important legacy information assets accessible to the public, land managers, and other decision-makers. In addition, the Energy Program is scoping...
Categories: Data; Types: Downloadable, Map Service, Shapefile
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This dataset comprises a collection of tabular data and graphical images supporting the U.S. Geological Survey's National Oil and Gas Assessment (NOGA) for Western Oregon-Washington Province (004). The dataset includes detailed information on crude oil and natural gas production, including volumetric and descriptive data such as cumulative production, remaining reserves, and known recoverable volumes. Historical data covering field-discovery dates, well completion dates, exploration objectives, and well depths are also provided. Data sources include commercial databases along with supplemental information from various federal and state agencies. No proprietary data is included in this. The dataset is presented in...
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This dataset comprises a collection of tabular data and graphical images supporting the U.S. Geological Survey's National Oil and Gas Assessment (NOGA) for Montana Thrust Belt Province (027). The dataset includes detailed information on crude oil and natural gas production, including volumetric and descriptive data such as cumulative production, remaining reserves, and known recoverable volumes. Historical data covering field-discovery dates, well completion dates, exploration objectives, and well depths are also provided. Data sources include commercial databases along with supplemental information from various federal and state agencies. No proprietary data is included in this. The dataset is presented in multiple...
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