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How can I access Alabama oil field maps

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how can I access Alabama oil field maps
Submitted: 2 years ago.
Category: Programming
Customer: replied 2 years ago.
I need info for Conecuh,Monroe, Geneva co.
Expert:  Russell H. replied 2 years ago.
Hi, thank you for contacting My name is Russell. I will do my best to provide the right answer to your question.Online maps for those areas generally are to be found. First of all, the overall map of the overall area, in RE gas fields and oil fields: Note that the oil fields may be offshore, and the gas fields may be montane/inland/Appalachian, where that map says 'methane' it means Gas.Conecuh and Monroe Co.s are part of (on that map) the SouthWest Region. Geneva Co. is more SouthEast and has fewer sites shown.If you "click-and-drag" that map, as if it were an Adobe PDF or Adobe Reader document, you can center or move the map to where you want to look. The + and - buttons at upper left (once the map has loaded completely) allow you to zoom in or zoom out of the view (expand or magnify, and the reverse, in other words.)Double-clicking also magnifies or zooms in on the map. And if you click on one of the spots (oil wells) shown on the map when you magnify it enough, you get a popup that shows information about that specific well. That seems to be the primary source of mapped information for the areas you ask about. There is other information, but not in map form, or not so well-organized and presented.Those maps online are courtesy of the Alabama Oil And Gas Board: If you need different maps, or different information, etc., just Reply with a further query as part of this question, and I'll find those maps or that information, also. (-If this completes the question, please rate my Answer - favorably - so that I may be paid for the work time and attention that I put into preparing this Answer for you. ...or at least Reply telling me how I did, please. Thanks.)

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