History of the petroleum industry in the United States
The history of the petroleum industry in the United States goes back to the early 19th century, although the indigenous peoples, like many ancient societies, have used petroleum seeps since prehistori...
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Petroleum in the United States
The U.S. petroleum industry carries out exploration for, production, processing (refining), transportation, and marketing of natural gas and petroleum products.Petroleum in the United States has been ...
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Indiana Gas Boom
The Indiana Gas Boom was a period of active drilling and production of natural gas in the Trenton Gas Field, in the US state of Indiana and the adjacent northwest part of Ohio The boom began in the e...
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Rockefeller family
The Rockefeller family /ˈrɒkɨfɛlər/ is an American industrial, political, and banking family that made one of the world's largest fortunes in the oil business during the late 19th and early 20th centu...
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Standard Oil
Standard Oil Co. Inc. was an American oil producing, transporting, refining, and marketing company. Established in 1870 as a corporation in Ohio, it was the largest oil refiner in the world. Its contr...
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Standard Oil Service Station
The Standard Oil Service Station (also known as the Daniel's Standard Oil Service Station) is an historic service station site in Plant City, Florida, United States. It is located at 1111 North Wheele...
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History of petroleum
The petroleum industry is not of recent origin, but petroleum's current status as the key component of politics, society, and technology has its roots in the early 20th century. The invention of the i...
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Standard Oil of Kentucky
The Standard Oil Company of Kentucky or Kyso was an oil company and gasoline distributor that operated in the southeastern United States from 1886 until it was acquired by Chevron Oil Company in 1960...
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Frederic W. Lincoln, Jr.
Frederic Walker Lincoln IV (15 October 1898 – 7 April 1968) was chairman of the board of trustees of the New York Medical College and the Flower and Fifth Avenue Hospital.
He was born on Oc...
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Atlantic Petroleum
Atlantic Petroleum was an oil company in the Eastern United States headquartered in Philadelphia, and a direct descendant of the Standard Oil Trust. It was also one of the companies that merged with R...
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James Avent
James Monroe Avent (1895 – 1995) was a Standard Oil executive based in China from 1919 until 1949. Son of noted artist Mayna Treanor Avent, Avent arrived in China shortly after World War I and a...
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Standard Oil Company of New Jersey v. United States
Standard Oil Co. of New Jersey v. United States, 221 U.S. 1 (1911), was a case in which the Supreme Court of the United States found Standard Oil guilty of monopolizing the petroleum industry thro...
Pan American Petroleum and Transport Company
The Pan American Petroleum and Transport Company (PAT) was an oil company founded in 1916 by the American oil tycoon Edward L. Doheny after he had made a huge oil strike in Mexico. Pan American profit...
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Megan Marshack
Megan Ruth Marshack (born October 31, 1953, in California) was an aide to former Vice President Nelson Rockefeller and was with him when he died on January 26, 1979.
She worked on Rockefeller's vi...
Anthony Francis Lucas
Anthony Francis Lucas (born Antun Lučić; September 9, 1855 – September 2, 1921) was a Croatian-born oil explorer. With Pattillo Higgins he organized the drilling of an oil well near Beaumont, Texas th...
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Oil City, Pennsylvania
Oil City is a city in Venango County, Pennsylvania, that is known in the initial exploration and development of the petroleum industry. After the first oil wells were drilled nearby in the 1850s, Oil ...
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Dabney Oil Syndicate
The Dabney Oil Syndicate refers to a number of petroleum-drilling enterprises in California involving Joseph B. Dabney and his associates. Joseph Benjamin Dabney, born 1858 in Madison County, Iowa, wa...
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Samuel Calvin Tate Dodd
Samuel Calvin Tate Dodd (1836–1907) was an American lawyer notable for his work for John D. Rockefeller. Dodd created the business trust arrangement that enabled Rockefeller's control of many oil com...
Margaret Rockefeller Strong
Margaret Rockefeller Strong (1897-1985) was an American activist.Margaret was the daughter of Elizabeth "Bessie" Rockefeller (1866—1906) and Dr. Charles Augustus Strong (1862—1940). Her maternal grand...
Thorla-McKee Well
The Thorla-McKee Well in Noble County, Ohio was the first oil-producing well in North America according to the Ohio Historical Society.Dedicated in 1992 by the Noble County Department of Tourism and t...
Standard Oil of Colorado
Standard Oil of Colorado was chartered in Denver, Colorado in 1922. It was eventually rechartered under the name Standard Oil Company of Colorado in 1927 and began to sell stock in 1930. Standard Oil ...
Burton C. Andrus
Colonel Burton C. Andrus (April 15, 1892 - February 1, 1977) was a career U.S. Army Officer who served from 1917 through 1952. He was an armor officer for most of his career and his most noted assignm...
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United States oil politics
The energy policy of the United States is determined by federal, state and local entities in the United States, which address issues of energy production, distribution, and consumption, such as buildi...
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Wildcatter
A wildcatter is an American term for a person who drills wildcat wells, which are exploration oil wells drilled in areas not known to be oil fields. Notable wildcatters include Glenn McCarthy, Tom Sli...