REMOTE SENSING METHOD WORKS IN NORTH TEXAS PRODUCING AREA

David G. Koger Consultant Fort Worth Dwight M. Ross III Dwight M. Ross Drilling Co. Wichita Falls, Tex. This article demonstrates the effective use of remote sensing photogeology in close proximity to existing production: for identifying areas worthy of closer scrutiny, for staking new locations, and for orienting the cost-effective use of other, more expensive techniques. Remote sensing photogeology principles and their application to frontier areas and mature basins have been discussed

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