5 edition of Early Texas oil found in the catalog.
Early Texas oil
|Statement||by Walter Rundell, Jr.|
|Series||The Montague history of oil series ;, no. 1|
|LC Classifications||HD9567.T3 R85|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||260 p. :|
|Number of Pages||260|
|LC Control Number||76051653|
Early History of the Oil & Gas Industry in Texas The history of oil and gas exploration in Texas is a long one, dating from the first major discovery at Corsicana in Years later, the Lucas No. 1 well blew at Spindletop near Beaumont in and the industry took another huge step forward in becoming a dominant feature in the Texas economy. This book contains information about Hopkins County, including Directories for Sulphur Springs and Nelta, chapters about important places and events in the history of the county, biographical sketches of individuals and families who settled the county, and a list of county officials.
In , a huge oil discovery in Pennsylvania made kerosene the dominant lighting fuel in America. The first deliberate oil strike in Texas was at Oil Springs near Nacogdoches in This well produced only about ten barrels a day. A locally successful well was drilled in Brown County in that produced about barrels a day. In the s, he started drilling for oil in Texas with dilapidated, rusty equipment. After three years of pulling up nothing but dirt, Joiner .
The East Texas Oil Field is a large oil and gas field in east ng , acres (57, ha) and parts of five counties, and hav historic and active oil wells, it is the second-largest oil field in the United States outside Alaska, and first in total volume of oil recovered since its discovery in Over billion barrels of oil have been produced from it to-date. 'The Son': A Texas Saga With Guilt And Gore To Go Around Philipp Meyer's second novel is a centuries-spanning family saga that chronicles the growth of Texas. Many hands are bloodied in the novel.
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A"The Big Rich," a page opus on the oil-powered rise of the Texas elite, has so many characters and entertaining subplots it reads like apetroleum-based "Lord of the Rings," This is, of course, a complimenta] In Burroughas captivating story, done with the same keen eye on excess as his corporate classic "Barbarians at the Gate," itas clear Cited by: 6.
Early Texas Oil: A Photographic History, (Volume 1) (Kenneth E. Montague Series in Oil and Business History) [Rundell Jr., Walter] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Early Texas Oil: A Photographic History, (Volume 1) (Kenneth E.
Montague Series in Oil and Business History)/5(6). Texas oil production increased frombarrels in to 4, in ; and in Spindletop alone produ, barrels, or 94 percent of the state’s production. Prices dropped to 3 cents a barrel, an all-time low.
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Get this from a library. Early Texas oil: a photographic history, [Walter Rundell] -- An eyewitness record of the early days of the Texas oil industry. Inappropriate The list (including its title or description) facilitates illegal activity, or contains hate speech or ad hominem attacks on a fellow Goodreads member or author.
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Here, in contemporary photographs is an eyewitness record of the early days of the Texas oil industry. The history of the petroleum industry in the United States goes back to the early 19th century, although the indigenous peoples, like many ancient societies, have used petroleum seeps since prehistoric times; where found, these seeps signaled the growth of the industry from the earliest discoveries to the more recent.
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This book is the true story of H. Hunt and family. It is not an authorized biography. However, in the course of researching the book and the Texas Monthly and Playboy articles which preceded it, the author was able to interview members of all three branches of the Hunt clan, among them Nelson Bunker Hunt, William Herbert Hunt, Mrs.
(Ruth) Hunt, Cited by: 5. In the early s, Texas experienced a second oil boom – natural gas. With new drilling technologies and practices came vast reserves of untapped natural resources, big potential for big money, and a new word for our state's political, economic, environmental, and public health conversations: fracking.
The first Texas oil boom arrived in the summer of when the Corsicana oilfield is discovered by a drilling contractor hired by the city to find water.
Residents annually celebrate the discovery with a Derrick Day Chili & BBQ Cook-Off. An oil well that produced less than three barrels a day transformed Corsicana, Texas, from a sleepy. In this book, Roger M. Olien and Diana Davids Hinton chronicle the explosive growth of the Texas oil industry from the first commercial production at Corsicana in the s through the vital role of Texas oil in World War II.
The main focus of the book is on the so-called Big Four oil barons of the midth Century H. Hunt, Clint Murchison, Sid Richardson and Hugh Roy Cullen each of whom at one point was either.
OIL the early days of petroleum prospecting in Texas most oil finds were the result of digging or drilling near known oil and gas seeps, as Lyne T. Barret did in at Oil Spring in Nacogdoches County, or of accidental finds while drilling for water, as with George Dullnig's strike in Bexar County or the discovery of oil in Corsicana in Texas is the leading crude oil- and natural gas-producing state in the U.S.
Init also produced more cattle, sheep, hay, cotton and wool than any other state. Early inhabitants of the. The s oil glut was a serious surplus of crude oil caused by falling demand following the s energy world price of oil had peaked in at over US$35 per barrel (equivalent to $ per barrel in dollars, when adjusted for inflation); it fell in from $27 to below $10 ($63 to $23 in dollars).
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: King, John O. Early history of the Houston Oil Company of Texas, [Houston, ] (OCoLC)She became known as one of the early Texas Cattle Queens, and was the first woman to ride the famed Chisholm Trail with her livestock.
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