Abstract

A brief history of the exploration of the Budafapuszta oil field, Hungary, is given as an example of the usefulness of geophysical exploration methods in finding, oil-bearing structures. A torsion balance survey led to the discovery of the well, which was completed as a producer in 1937.

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