CLARKSVILLE FIELD, RED RIVER COUNTY, TEX.: PRODUCTION AND FACIES INTERPRETATION

Chris H. Reed Petroleum Geologist Tyler, Tex. Clarksville field was discovered in December 1985 by a well targeting a deeper Paleozoic horizon. Since production began in 1986, this field has produced more than 1 million bbl of oil with the appearance of a considerably longer and more lucrative life. The producing horizon is a Jurassic age lithic conglomerate sitting unconformably on the Paleozoic and Triassic structural front of the buried Ouachita range. Facies correlation out of the basin

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