Surface Machinery and Methods for Oil-Well Pumping Page: 129
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COST OF DEVELOPMENT' OF OIL-WELL PROPERTY. 129
-- Lease foremen Pumpers, roustabouts
- District foreman
Well-pulling foremen Clean-out gangs
- Night foreman All operations
- Drilling foreman Drilling crews
Machine shop fore- Tool dressers
.man Wagon makers
- -Planing mill
Carpenter foreman Pairpenters
- Lease foremen - Pumpers, roustabouts
n Zr Well-pulling foremen - Clean-out gangs
z W district foreman
p, aHead tinner -- Shops
-p w Head plumber
Garage foreman Autos, trucks, and
Storekeeper or fore- Warehouse men Trucks, teams
man Yard men
- Chief gager Car loaders
Chief clerkClerical force
Chief clerk Boarding house
- Resident engineer Surveyors
- Geologist - Field men
FIGUR 17.--Outline of typical oil-field organization.
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George, H. C. Surface Machinery and Methods for Oil-Well Pumping, report, 1925; Washington D.C.. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc12407/m1/164/: accessed January 17, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.