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The development in South Texas during 1941, except for the Wilcox sand, has shown no important discoveries.
No construction of new recycling plants was in progress at the end of the year. Old plants were being renovated to improve their recoveries.
Paleontology, neglected in recent years, is important in correlating wells.
A regional structural feature, the "Vicksburg flexure," is being recognized as the controlling factor for large oil and gas accumulation in southwest Texas.
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