Wooster Geologists Visit the Miller Oil and Gas Museum in Shreve, Ohio

February 21st, 2012

Geology 350 - The Oil and Gas of Geology spending a beautiful day in Shreve.

Drs. Judge and Wiles are teaching a half credit course in The Geology of Oil and Gas. After weeks of well log interpretation, rock core description and interpretive contour mapping exercises the class caught a break and traveled to the Miller Oil and Gas Museum on a beautiful February day in Shreve Ohio. We are grateful to the Raymond’s for showing us around the museum and explaining the use of the some of the equipment.

 

Picking out a plug for an abandoned well.

 

Fishing tools for when there is a problem or a lost drill string downhole.

A proponent of the health benefits of oil.

A class cube - the small class size at Wooster is measured in a cube cell.

One of the old rigs of the oilfields.

A question that commonly comes up is "what would an oilfield geologist do with a cannon?" (see below)

A creative solution to the problem of managing a flaming oil well.

Looking over a field rig.

Destined for law school this geologist models next to a drill string tamper.

 

 

2 Responses to “Wooster Geologists Visit the Miller Oil and Gas Museum in Shreve, Ohio”

  1. Mark Wilsonon 23 Feb 2012 at 7:14 pm

    Love the photos of our students and this eccentric place!

  2. Kit Priceon 29 Feb 2012 at 1:12 am

    This looks like a fun field trip! I miss you guys!

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