Huntington Beach oil field had produced up to July 31, 1923, about 35,370,000 barrels of oil. At present this field is classed as third in importance in potential production in southern California.

The field is located in Orange County, about 30 miles southeast of the city of Los Angeles along the southern rim of what is generally known as the Los Angeles basin. The productive area rises from the general surrounding region at 50 feet above sea-level to 126 feet, the topographic high in the field.

Exposures in the area of Huntington Beach proper are confined to cuts and gravel...

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