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AAPG Bulletin


Volume: 55 (1971)

Issue: 9. (September)

First Page: 1687

Last Page: 1687

Title: Helium in Hugoton Gas Field: ABSTRACT

Author(s): J. Robert Berg

Article Type: Meeting abstract


The chronologic development of the Hugoton field of Kansas, Oklahoma, and Texas, and the related Panhandle field of Texas has been reviewed as background for a study of the problems of origin, migration, and accumulation of the helium, nitrogen, and natural gas in these areas. Within the past decade, the release and publication of analyses from the Hugoton field and other areas have been commonplace. In addition, in-depth studies concerning helium, resulting from the past few years of litigation, have provided abundant data on the occurrence of helium, which may shed light on, and give impetus to the study of problems of origin, migration, and accumulation in general.

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