Arkansas Geological Survey
Maps and Data
Title: The Shuler Field, Arkansas: An Historical Summary, 1937-1987
Series Num: MP 20
Author: John G. Ragsdale
Price: $2.00
Year Published: 1987
Description: This report presents the story of the discovery of the Schuler field, located in western Union County, and the subsequent development of multiple production horizons. This reservoir was the first in Arkansas to be unitized, the first to use gas injection to maintain reservoir pressure, and the first to use water injection for pressure maintenance. Total production during 50 years of operations through December 31, 1986 has been over 107 million barrels of oil. Figures include: •Location map of the field •Classification chart of rocks encountered in the Shuler field •Oil production from 7 horizons, including the Morgan Sand, the Cotton Valley, the Pettet Lime, the Tuscaloosa Sand, the Mayfield Sand, the Lagrone Sand, and the Hill Sand •Oil and gas production from the Reynolds Limestone and the Jones Sand •History of reservoir pressure of the Reynolds Limestone and the Jones Sand •Water-production and water-injection history of the Jones Sand
20 pages, 17 figure(s)
No PDF Available
How To Order

AGS seal

Arkansas Geological Survey
Vardelle Parham Geology Center
3815 West Roosevelt Road
Little Rock, AR 72204
Phone: 501-296-1877 | Fax: 501-663-7360
Business Hours: Monday - Friday 8:00am - 4:30pm

Contact Us | Google Map

Bookmark and Share

Big Rock Quarry Panorama
Copyright © 2014  State of Arkansas.  All Rights Reserved.