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The Red Coulee oil field is located adjacent to the International Boundary, 5 miles west of Coutts, Alberta, and was discovered in September, 1929. The surface drift is underlain by Milk River or Virgelle sandstone. Subsurface formations are the marine Colorado shale, the Blairmore, the Ellis, and the Madison. Markers in these are described and the producing sands of the lower Blairmore are named and zoned.
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