Date of Award

4-27-1943

Degree Type

Bachelors Thesis

Degree Name

Bachelor of Science in Geological Engineering

Department

Geology

First Advisor

Dr. Eugene S. Perry

Second Advisor

Dr. Laurence L. Sloss

Third Advisor

Dr. Daniel Q. Posin

Abstract

In studying the Cut Bank field and its numerous wells, it is found that dry holes are surrounded by producing wells, and also that the field as a whole is very irregular; water, oil, and gas zones in many cases following no definite pattern. In some instances, this phenomenon may be due to the lensing and thinning of the producing sands, but it is evident that this is not the only factor. There­fore, the controlling factors must be porosity and permeability.