Show simple item record Noel, Jame A. 2013-08-30T16:07:50Z 2013-08-30T16:07:50Z 1979
dc.identifier.citation Noel, Jame A., 1979,The Plummer Field Greene County, Indiana. Indiana Geological Survey Special Report 17, 24 p. 11 fig., 2 pl, 6 tbl. en
dc.description.abstract The Plummer Field in Greene County, Ind., was discovered by Citizens Gas and Coke Utility during the summer of 1969 on completion of Citizens No. 1 Fred & Lucille Rollison. The initial production of this well was 120 barrels of oil per day through perforations in the Salem Limestone at 688 to 698 feet and 705 to 710 feet. The well also tested 20 barrels of oil and 120 barrels of water per day from perforations at 1606 to 1611 feet and 1616 to 1621 feet in middle Devonian limestone (Muscatatuck Group). Subsequent to the discovery well, 87 wells have been drilled (1975) in the field. Of the 88 wells, 50 produce from the Salem Limestone, 20 produce from middle Devonian limestone, one produces from the Ste. Genevieve Limestone, three are gas injection wells into middle Devonian limestone, nine are salt water injection wells into the Salem Limestone, and five are dry holes. By the end of 1974, 2,217,268 barrels of oil had been produced from the Salem Limestone and 129,585 barrels from the Devonian. Full-scale production from the Devonian was delayed until early 1973 when gas recycling equipment was completely installed. en
dc.publisher Indiana Geological Survey en
dc.relation.ispartofseries Special Report;17
dc.subject Plummer Field, Renault Formation, Salem Limestone, oil production en
dc.title The Plummer Field Greene County, Indiana en
dc.type Technical Report en

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