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The graphic below shows a generalized geologic column of southern Illinois with formal stratigraphic Formation names in all capital letters, and oil producing zones and informal names in red.  Information on the oil producing zones and informal names in Illinois shown on this graphic can be found by clicking on their corresponding names on the image, or in the alphabetical listing of names below the geologic column. Both links go to the '''Economic importance''' section of the corresponding formal geologic unit.<br>
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For example – the 'Ohara' oil producing zone can be found on the geologic column within the Ste. Genevieve, and in the alphabetical listing below.  Clicking on either will go to the '''Economic importance''' section of the geologic unit that the ‘Ohara’ resides within.  In this case the text for that section is as follows: “'Ohara' is an informal name applied to producing zones in the Karnak Limestone Member of the Ste. Genevieve Limestone.”  This means that the 'Ohara' oil producing zone is found within the Karnak Limestone Member, which is within the Ste. Genevieve Limestone (Formation).<br>
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Not all oil producing zones and informal names have Member level designations, but all have Formation level designations. <br>
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For example the 'Benoist' oil producing zone reads as follows: “'Benoist' is an informal name applied to producing zones in the Yankeetown Sandstone”.  This means that the 'Benoist' oil producing zone is found within the Yankeetown Sandstone (Formation).<br>
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[https://ilstratwiki.web.illinois.edu/images/2/29/Producing_Zones_and_Informal_Names_Lookup_Table.pdf Producing Zones and Informal Names Lookup Table]<br>
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rect 227 679 285 705 [[Trivoli_Sandstone_Member#Economic_importance|Trivoli]]
 
rect 227 679 285 705 [[Trivoli_Sandstone_Member#Economic_importance|Trivoli]]
poly 311 782 398 781 402 891 399 958 216 949 222 805 311 805 310 803 310 803 310 801 308 783 307 781 [[Carbondale_Formation#Economic_importance|Anvil Rock, Cuba, U. Dudley,Jake Cr., Jamestown, Plesantview,1st or U. Siggins]]
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poly 311 782 398 781 402 891 399 958 216 949 222 805 311 805 310 803 310 803 310 801 308 783 307 781 [[Carbondale_Formation#Economic_importance|Anvil Rock, Cuba, upper Dudley,Jake Creek, Jamestown, Plesantview,1st or upper Siggins]]
poly 271 989 379 985 398 1107 395 1169 283 1189 220 1178 222 1011 269 1010 [[1|Bellair 500, Bridgeport, Claypool, L. Dudley, Isabel, Kickapoo, Petro, Robinson, 2nd or L. Siggins, Wilson]]
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poly 271 989 379 985 398 1107 395 1169 283 1189 220 1178 222 1011 269 1010 [[Spoon_Formation#Economic_importance|Bellair 500, Bridgeport, Claypool, lower Dudley, Isabel, Kickapoo, Petro, Robinson, 2nd or lower Siggins, Wilson]]
poly 267 1230 397 1230 402 1241 408 1352 222 1353 223 1258 268 1256 [[1|Bellair 800, Burtschi, Casey, Mansfield, Dagley, Partlow, 3rd, 4th, Siggins]]
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poly 267 1230 397 1230 402 1241 408 1352 222 1353 223 1258 268 1256 [[Abbott Formation#Economic importance|Bellair 800, Burtschi, Casey, Mansfield, Dagley, Partlow, 3rd, 4th, Siggins]]
poly 312 1467 373 1467 377 1492 334 1491 332 1597 217 1593 224 1493 311 1492 [[1|Biehl, Buchanan, Jordan, Pottsville, Ridgley]]
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poly 312 1467 373 1467 377 1492 334 1491 332 1597 217 1593 224 1493 311 1492 [[Caseyville Formation#Economic importance|Biehl, Buchanan, Jordan, Pottsville, Ridgley]]
poly 668 871 832 870 834 904 669 903 669 903 [[1|Golconda lime]]
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poly 668 871 832 870 834 904 669 903 669 903 [[Haney Limestone#Economic importance|Golconda lime]]
rect 770 912 858 936 [[1|Gol. Sh]]
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rect 770 912 858 936 [[Fraileys Shale#Economic importance|Golconda shale]]
rect 638 939 819 965 [[1|Big Clifty, Jackson]]
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rect 638 939 819 965 [[Big Clifty Sandstone Member#Economic importance|Big Clifty, Jackson]]
rect 669 989 859 1020 [[1|Barlow, basal Gol.]]
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rect 669 989 859 1020 [[Beech Creek Limestone#Economic importance|Barlow, basal Golconda]]
poly 635 1051 825 1051 829 1116 715 1114 714 1136 634 1132 [[1|Weiler, Kirkwood, Carlyle, Bellair 900, Lindley]]
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poly 635 1051 825 1051 829 1116 715 1114 714 1136 634 1132 [[Cypress Sandstone#Economic importance|Weiler, Kirkwood, Carlyle, Bellair 900, Lindley]]
rect 638 1168 805 1194 [[1|Sample P.Cr.Sd]]
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rect 638 1168 805 1194 [[Ridenhower Formation#Economic importance|Sample, upper Paint Creek]]
rect 663 1214 797 1238 [[1|Paint Cr. Sd]]
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rect 663 1214 797 1238 [[Bethel Sandstone#Economic importance|Paint Creek sand]]
rect 671 1259 834 1281 [[1|L.P.C., U. Ren]]
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rect 671 1259 834 1281 [[Downeys Bluff Limestone#Economic importance|lower Paint Creek, upper Renault]]
rect 638 1303 716 1329 [[1|Benoist]]
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rect 638 1303 716 1329 [[Yankeetown Sandstone#Economic importance|Benoist]]
rect 764 1337 850 1362 [[1|L. Ren]]
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rect 764 1337 850 1362 [[Renault Limestone#Economic importance|lower Renault]]
rect 637 1422 796 1448 [[1|Aux Vases lime]]
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rect 637 1422 796 1448 [[Aux Vases Sandstone#Economic importance|Aux Vases lime]]
rect 639 1450 728 1469 [[1|Ohara]]
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rect 639 1450 728 1469 [[Karnak Limestone Member#Economic importance|Ohara]]
rect 634 1468 781 1520 [[1|]]
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rect 634 1468 781 1520 [[Spar Mountain Sandstone Member#Economic importance|Spar Mountain, Rosiclare]]
rect 639 1534 764 1627 [[1|McClosky (Oblong) L. McClosky]]
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rect 639 1534 764 1627 [[Fredonia Limestone Member#Economic importance|McClosky, Oblong, lower McClosky]]
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rect 1135 81 1257 154 [[St. Louis Limestone#Economic importance|Westfield, Martinsville]]
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rect 1244 342 1321 370 [[Ullin Limestone#Economic importance|Warsaw]]
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poly 1257 437 1347 443 1345 481 1274 518 1231 659 1129 664 1126 493 1253 492 [[Borden Siltstone#Economic importance|Osage, Cole, Sonora, Carper]]
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rect 1141 728 1205 756 [[New Albany Shale Group#Economic importance|Hardin]]
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rect 1135 775 1221 822 [[Lingle Formation#Economic importance|Hibbard, Hoing]]
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rect 1137 841 1269 888 [[Grand Tower Limestone#Economic importance|Geneva, Dutch Creek]]
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rect 1135 981 1333 1008 [[Bailey Limestone#Economic importance|Flat Gap limestone]]
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rect 1134 1023 1258 1049 [[Bailey Limestone#Economic importance|Beaucoup]]
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rect 1137 1068 1328 1093 [[Moccasin Springs Formation#Economic importance|Silurian, Niagaran]]
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rect 1134 1313 1357 1346 [[Galena Group#Economic importance|Kimmswick, Trenton]]</imagemap>
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Generalized geological column of southern Illinois. Size of solid dots indicates relative amount of petroleum produced from individual producing zones. Formation names are in capital letters. Abbreviations: A., Alexandrian;  Cinc., Cincinnatian; Cr., Creek; E., eastern; Gol., Golconda; Incl., including; K., Kinderhookian; L., lower; Niag.-Cayug., Niagaran-Cayugan; P. Cr. Sd, Paint Creek sand; Ren., Renault; Sh, shale; U., upper; U.P.C., Upper Paint Creek; W., western.<br>
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Modified from: Kolata, Dennis R, and Cheryl Nimz, eds., 2010, Geology of Illinois: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Institute of Natural Resource Sustainability, Illinois State Geological Survey, 530 p.
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Latest revision as of 15:20, 29 May 2020

The graphic below shows a generalized geologic column of southern Illinois with formal stratigraphic Formation names in all capital letters, and oil producing zones and informal names in red. Information on the oil producing zones and informal names in Illinois shown on this graphic can be found by clicking on their corresponding names on the image, or in the alphabetical listing of names below the geologic column. Both links go to the Economic importance section of the corresponding formal geologic unit.

For example – the 'Ohara' oil producing zone can be found on the geologic column within the Ste. Genevieve, and in the alphabetical listing below. Clicking on either will go to the Economic importance section of the geologic unit that the ‘Ohara’ resides within. In this case the text for that section is as follows: “'Ohara' is an informal name applied to producing zones in the Karnak Limestone Member of the Ste. Genevieve Limestone.” This means that the 'Ohara' oil producing zone is found within the Karnak Limestone Member, which is within the Ste. Genevieve Limestone (Formation).

Not all oil producing zones and informal names have Member level designations, but all have Formation level designations.

For example the 'Benoist' oil producing zone reads as follows: “'Benoist' is an informal name applied to producing zones in the Yankeetown Sandstone”. This means that the 'Benoist' oil producing zone is found within the Yankeetown Sandstone (Formation).

Producing Zones and Informal Names Lookup Table

TrivoliAnvil Rock, Cuba, upper Dudley,Jake Creek, Jamestown, Plesantview,1st or upper SigginsBellair 500, Bridgeport, Claypool, lower Dudley, Isabel, Kickapoo, Petro, Robinson, 2nd or lower Siggins, WilsonBellair 800, Burtschi, Casey, Mansfield, Dagley, Partlow, 3rd, 4th, SigginsBiehl, Buchanan, Jordan, Pottsville, RidgleyGolconda limeGolconda shaleBig Clifty, JacksonBarlow, basal GolcondaWeiler, Kirkwood, Carlyle, Bellair 900, LindleySample, upper Paint CreekPaint Creek sandlower Paint Creek, upper RenaultBenoistlower RenaultAux Vases limeOharaSpar Mountain, RosiclareMcClosky, Oblong, lower McCloskyWestfield, MartinsvilleWarsawOsage, Cole, Sonora, CarperHardinHibbard, HoingGeneva, Dutch CreekFlat Gap limestoneBeaucoupSilurian, NiagaranKimmswick, TrentonGOI-ch15-fig15.jpg
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Generalized geological column of southern Illinois. Size of solid dots indicates relative amount of petroleum produced from individual producing zones. Formation names are in capital letters. Abbreviations: A., Alexandrian; Cinc., Cincinnatian; Cr., Creek; E., eastern; Gol., Golconda; Incl., including; K., Kinderhookian; L., lower; Niag.-Cayug., Niagaran-Cayugan; P. Cr. Sd, Paint Creek sand; Ren., Renault; Sh, shale; U., upper; U.P.C., Upper Paint Creek; W., western.

Modified from: Kolata, Dennis R, and Cheryl Nimz, eds., 2010, Geology of Illinois: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Institute of Natural Resource Sustainability, Illinois State Geological Survey, 530 p.