INTRODUCTION: College Consolidated field appears typical of Ste. Genevieve fields in Indiana in several respects: size, multiple productive zones in the Ste. Genevieve, additional productive zones present in other formation (commonly commingled with the Ste. Genevieve), and the amount of information available to evaluate the producing zones within the reservoir. No previous studies of the field are known. At least 13 formations have produced oil from 119 wells in the field. Twenty seven wells (circled on map) were completed in the Ste. Genevieve since the field was discovered in 1938. College Consolidated is typical of many large fields in Indiana in that multiple pay zones and individual reservoirs are involved and isolating cumulative production by reservoir may not be possible.
Zuppann, C. W. 1992, Ste. Genevieve oil production, College Consolidated Field 8S-14W, Posey County, Indiana: Indiana Geological Survey Open-File Study 92-05, 12 p., 8 fig.
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