Jan 22 2010
Below are photos of two oil wells. They appear to be quite similar, but they’re located in very different places. Can you guess where each was found?
This first one is from Louisiana, and was located just down the road from some huge refineries. I always thought of Texas as being oil country, but Louisiana is right next door and has its fair share as well.
The location of the second one may surprise you. It’s from western North Dakota, near Tioga.
Oil was discovered in North Dakota in 1951, and it remains a large part of North Dakota’s economy. The northwestern part of the state is dotted with many oil wells like the one pictured.
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