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The history of water encroachment in the Bartlesville sand pools of northeastern Oklahoma emphasizes the fact that there has not been any water drive in any of these pools which would help to increase recovery from the sand, either by flushing or by maintaining the reservoir pressure. It is believed that the absence of such water encroachment has caused the ultimate recovery of these sand bodies to be much less than would have resulted under an effective water drive.
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