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The Illinois Basin: A Well-Established Resource Without A Play

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May 8, 2013

Calling it “the last green splotch,” a Bernstein Research E&P resource report about the Illinois Basin concludes that “it is the only remaining oil-producing basin without a well-established resource play” such as Williston Basin’s Bakken and Three Forks or the Denver Julesberg Basin’s Niobrara play.

“It is an oil-producing basin with a legacy of conventional, but ...

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