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AAPG Bulletin


Volume: 20 (1936)

Issue: 11. (November)

First Page: 1514

Last Page: 1514

Title: The Northeast Texas Fault Line: ABSTRACT

Author(s): Dilworth S. Hager

Article Type: Meeting abstract


The fault line in northeast Texas is a continuation to the north and northeast of the Mexia-Powell line of Previous HitfaultingNext Hit. In the most northerly counties the Previous HitfaultingTop increases in throw and grabens 2½ to 3 miles wide continue for a linear distance of 20 to 30 miles, or more. Production to-day along these faults has only been found in the Paluxy sand. Such production is located at Talco and Sulphur Bluff.

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