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They can use sensitive gravity meters to measure tiny changes in the Earths gravitational field that could indicate flowing oil, as well as sensitive magnetometers to measure tiny changes in the Earths magnetic field caused by flowing oil.
To date, approximately 60,000 oil and gas related wells have been drilled within the state of Michigan. Staff of the OGMD review permit applications, monitor well drilling operations, and inspect active well sites and production facilities to ensure compliance to Michigan regulations.
Michigan has an abundance of oil and natural gas located under its landscape. That abundance can be measured in many ways. One is output. Since 1925 more than 50,000 oil or natural gas wells have been drilled in Michigan.
The world has proven reserves equivalent to 46.6 times its annual consumption levels. This means it has about 47 years of oil left (at current consumption levels and excluding unproven reserves).
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Michigans oil and gas industry began in 1925 when oil in commercial quantities was drilled near Saginaw. Since then, more than a billion barrels of oil and 3 trillion cubic feet of gas have been produced in the state--all in the lower peninsula (see below).
Oil and gas wells can range in depth from a few hundred feet to more than 20,000 feet. In some parts of the world, wells go as deep as 30,000 feet, Zdarko says. Ranging from 1,000 to 2,500 feet deep, Aeras San Joaquin Valley wells are considered shallow.
Mineral Rights If you own land, you have property rights. This means you can harvest anything that grows from your land, or build whatever you want on your land. To own oil or any other mineral coming from your land, you must have mineral rights in addition to your property rights.

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