Abstract

The Good oil field, located in the southwestern part of Borden County, Texas, became a reef oil producer in April, 1949. The discovery well was drilled subsequent to a seismic program along a suspected reef trend. The discovery was made without benefit of reef reflections, and was based only on maps showing Permian draping. This technique offers interesting comparisons between seismic and subsurface data.

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