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Oil in Texas

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Oil in Texas
The Oil Boom
Spindletop is a salt dome oil field in Beaumont, Texas. On January 10, 1901, a well (know as Lucas Gusher) blew over 150 feet in the air with a rate of 100,000 barrels a day. It took 9 days before the well was brought under control.
Spindletop
Lucas Gusher
~ Melrose, 1966
~ Luling, 1922
~ Panhandle, 1921
~ Yates, 1926
~ Van, 1929
~ Greta, 1928
~ Kelsey, 1938
~ Hawkins, 1940
~ Goose Creek, 1908
~ Ranger, 1917
Oil Fields In Texas
~ Scandrill Inc.
~ RIGZON
~ ConocoPhillips
~ Aztec
~ Lewis Energy
~ Pacific Drilling
~ Acteon
~ Fox Oil Drilling
~ Statoil
~ Noble Drilling

*Texas produces 1,087,000 barrels of oil each day.

*In Texas the amount of Crude Oil Producing wells are 150,239.

*The Permian Basin in West Texas contains more than 20 of the Nation's top 100 oil feilds.
Strange Facts
Oil Feild
Oil Drilling Companines in Texas.
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Oil in Texas
The Oil Boom was a period of dramatic change and economic growth in Texas.
One of the first major gusher in Texas was the Lucas gusher at Spindletop.
Luling Oil Field
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