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The field here described, located in the southwest portion of T. 25 N., R. 8 E., Osage County, Oklahoma, produces oil from three formations, each bearing a different but definite relation to the geologic structure. All of the reservoir rocks are salt-waterbearing off of the local folds and oil-bearing on the higher parts of the closed structures. The field furnishes an excellent example of oil and gas accumulation governed by the principles of the anticlinal theory.

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