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STATE OF FLORIDA
STATE BOARD OF CONSERVATION



DIVISION OF GEOLOGY
Robert 0. Vernon, Director




INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 55





OIL AND GAS ACTIVITIES IN FLORIDA, 1966












By
Clarence Babcock








TALLAHASSEE


1968

























































Completed manuscript received
May 1, 1968
Printed by the Florida Board of Conservation
Division of Geology
Tallahassee




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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

The writer is indebted to members of the Division of Geology,
Florida Board of Conservation, for stimulating discussions, review
of the manuscript, proof of copy and preparation of illustrations.











































































































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CONTENTS

Page

Acknowledgements ...................................... iii
Production ...................................... ...... 1
Sunoco-Felda field ................................... 1
Sunniland field .............................. ....... 6
Exploration ........................ ................... 7
Exploratory drilling ........................ ..... ... 7
Proposed exploratory drilling ......................... 7
Geophysical activity ................................ 8
Land ........................................... ....... 8
Rules and regulations ................................... 8
Appendix I, ............................................. 11
I m Well data sheets, 1966 ......................... 11
II Well and locality designation system ............. 31


ILLUSTRATIONS

Figure
1 Florida petroleum exploration and production,1966 ..... 2
2 Drilling rate graph, Sun, No. 12-2 Alico "B" well ..... 5
3 Florida offshore geophysical work, 1966 ............. 9



TABLES

Table
1 Development drilling, 1966 .................. .... 3
2 Exploratory drilling, 1966 ..................... .... 4


































































































































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OIL AND GAS ACTIVITIES IN FLORIDA, 1966


By
Clarence Babcock

PRODUCTION

Sunoco-Felda Field

The Sunoco-Felda oil field, figure 1, which is the newer of
Florida's two currently producing fields, and which officially was
opened to production by the Sun Oil Company on October 9, 1964.
is located in Hendry County and Collier County of south Florida.
As of December 31, 1966, this field, which is being developed
with 160-acre spacing, contains 26 pumping wells; and the limits
of the field to the north, south and east have been defined by 9
dry holes.

Table 1 shows that in 1966 a total footage of 57,716 feet
were drilled in this field in 5 wells terminated in 1966; data sheets
on these wells are included in appendix 1. Of this footage, 34,585
feet were. penetrated in 3 wells producing a combined yield of
148 BOPD (barrels of oil per day); and 23,131 feet were drilled
in two wells which were not commercially productive. The unsuc-
cessful wells were: 1) the Sun, No. 5-1 The Collier Company test,
which was temporarily abandoned after being completed as a
producer of 2 BOPD; this test has been converted to use as an
observation well, and 2) the Sun, No. 34-2 Sunoco-Felda well,
which was plugged and abandoned; minor oil shows encountered
in the Roberts zone in this well indicated that production would
be insufficient to cover completion costs.

At the present time there is insufficient control to definitely
determine if the Sun, No. 1 Red Cattle Company "B" well, located
3Y miles west of the Sunoco-Felda field, and completed with an
initial production of 56 BOPD (table 2), is an extension of the
original field, or is a new field discovery.

A graph on which depth of penetration is plotted against
days transpired during the drilling of the Sun, No. 12-2 Alico
"B" test is presented in figure 2, made available through the




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2 .DIVISION OF GEOLOGY


courtesy of the Sun Oil Company. This test, located as an outpost
21/ miles southeast of the Sunoco-Felda field, was plugged and
abandoned August 14, 1966, upon termination of drilling operations.
It is the last of 37 wells drilled by Sun in the Sunoco-Felda area
as of the date of this report. This previous experience enabled
the operator to drill and core the 11,630-foot Alico "B" hole in
the near-record time of 22 days, as shown in figure 2, which also
shows the time for performance of associated operations, bits used,
weight on bits, bit revolutions per minute, mud data, water well
data, and rig specifications.

F POLLARD FIELD
Esc mbia County, Alabama

Cumulative production to Dec. 31,1965
S: r- 9,348,378 barmb


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SUNOCO-FELDA FED
Dhcoed October 9,1964
CGmuaive production to Dc. 31,1966
1,703,124 barrel

SUtILAND FIELD
Dicoerd Septmber 26 1943
Cundive production to Deember31966
9,927.884 UbaIr

FORTY-MIE BBO D FED
Dhcaovred. February 26,1954
Abandoned ISe-prer 1955
Cumulav production
32,e8 barm

LhW4"mi'b m `T 1i^nd.-E2
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Figure 1, Florida petroleum exploration and production, 1966.





Table 1. Development drilling, 1966 Total development footage: 57, 716


County Company Well No. Landowner


Initial production


Sunoco-Felda field

A) Successful wells


Hendry Sun Oil 24-4
Hendry Sun Oil 19-4
Hendry Sun Oil 25-1


Lee-Tidewater
Red Cattle Co.
Red Cattle Co. "A"t


Total footage, and initial production,
successful Sunoco-Felda field wells


11,545
11,549
11 491


28 BOPD
66 BOPD
54 BOPD


34,585


B) Unsuccessful wells

Collier Sun Oil 5-1 The Collier Co. 11,491


Hendry Sun Oil 34-2 Sunoco-Felda

Total footage, and initial production,
unsuccessful Sunoco-Felda field wells (offsets)

Total development footage; and initial production, 1966 wells



(BOPD, barrels of oil per day; P & A, plugged and abandoned)


From Sunniland Limestone
From Sunniland Limestone
From Sunniland Limestone


148 BOPD


2 BOPD


11,640


23,131

57,716


Temporarily abandoned, and
converted to observation well

P & A Cretaceous test


2 BOPD

150 BOPD


Depth in feet


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Table 2, Exploratory drilling, 1966 Total exploratory footage: 130,984


Comment


f1ouno
A) Exploratory wells


Oul American 1
Gulf American 1
Sun Oil 1
Sun Oil 12-2

Southern
Triangle 2
Sun Oil 1
Sun Oil 1


East Gats
Golden Gate
Alico
Alico "B"


Lawlers, et al
Alico "A"
Red Cattle Co. "B"


13,345
12, 167
11,704
11,640


11,354
11,575
11,680


Okeechobee Sun Oil 1 Harriss-Holmes 9,840
Santa Rosa Texaco 1 Miller Mill 14,484

Total footage, exploratory wells


B) Sunoco-Felda field outpost wells

Hendry Sun Oil 15-3 Consolidated Financial 11,649
Hendry Sun Oil 17-3 Sunoco-Felda 11,546

Total footage, Sunoco-Felda field outpost wells

Total exploratory drilling, 1966


P k A Cretaceous test
P & A Cretaceous test
P & A Cretaceous test


P & A Cretaceous test
P & A Cretaceous teat
Discovery 3 1/2 miles west of
Sunoco-Felda field. I. P. 56 BOPD
from Sunniland Limestone
P & A Cretaceous test
P &A


107,789


P & A Cretaceous test
P & A Cretaceous test


23,195

130,984


(P & A, plugged and abandoned)


Collier
Collier
Collier
Collier

Hendry

Hendry
Hendry


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minloute waol ueld. Th) fow0was Ineihoud tIwlIo
pumps 0 hrorIIB7.ikjdw bit nozzles.
upon drllling benah OIhlfoa lInso "14 wa sit
through the boulder torlerorly one water well with a
yield of about 350 gotten% per mlnuis was used.
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01 lit 11021161, and 6114 bi oll.ouc
Below a depth of about 8,000 fall. the flow of Oo wll of
350 gallons per Tigle was njected by one pum
through three blinotllso,


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2.964
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DIVISION OF GEOLOGY


The Sunoco-Felda field produces on pump from the micro-
fossiliferous limestone (miliolitic) of the Roberts zone, which is
reached at a depth of about 11,460 feet, and which occurs about
60 feet below the top of the Sunniland Limestone of Lower Cre-
taceous Trinity Age. It appears that a permeability trap is res-
ponsible for the oil accumulation in the field. The producing inter-
val in upgradient wells to the north is tight and produces a large
percentage of salt water.

The yield of the better wells in the field ranges' from 320 to
370 BOPD. During the month of October, 1966, production was
76,327 barrels of oil from 26 pumping wells, with an estimated
88,874 barrels of salt water. Cumulative production from the field
since its discovery through October 31, 1966, is 1,543,121 barrels
of oil, the gravity of which is about 24.5 degrees API.

Sunniland Field

The Sunniland oil field, discovered in 1943 and operated by
the Humble Oil and Refining Company, is located in Collier County
about 18 miles south of the Sunoco-Felda field.

No wells were drilled in the Sunniland field in 1966.

Production in the Sunniland field is obtained from calcareous
rock containing disoriented macrofossils (rudistids), which is
reached at a depth of about 11,500 feet. Productive zones begin
at the top of the Sunniland Limestone and extend to a depth of
about 75 feet lower in the section. The lowermost of these zones
is correlative with the productive Roberts zone of the Sunoco-
Felda field.

During the month of October, 1966, this field produced 61,159
barrels of oil from 15 pumping wells. Cumulative production from
the field through October 31, 1966, is 9,816,072 barrels of oil with
a gravity of 19 to 26 degrees API. At this time it is thought that
35 million barrels of oil probably is a reasonable figure for the
initially recoverable reserves of the field.





INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 55


EXPLORATION

Exploratory Drilling

As recapitulated in table 2, a footage of 130,984 feet was
drilled in exploratory wells in Florida. Of this total, there was a
penetration of 107,789 feet in 8 rank exploratory wells, plus the
Sun, No. 1 Red Cattle Company "B" test, which was the discovery
or extension well (see the Sunoco-Felda field discussion) located
31/ miles west of Sunoco-Felda production; and 23,195 feet in 2
unsuccessful Sunoco-Felda outpost wells. All of these wells have
been plugged, and abandoned with the exception of the No. 1 Red
Cattle Company "B" producer.

The Jett-Phillips, No. 1 Buckeye Cellulose test, located in
Lafayette County in North Flofida, is waiting on orders at 6,774
feet. This well is not listed in table2, but will be included in a
similar compilation prepared for the year in which this test is
permanently terminated.

Proposed Exploratory Drilling

Under the terms of an agreement concluded in December, 1964,
between Coastal Caribbean Oils and Minerals, Ltd., and the
Socony-Mobil Oil Company, Inc., the latter company may earn a
50 percent interest in Coastal's Florida State Leases 248, which
covers the submerged lands of Lake Okeechobee, and 224-A and
224-B, which consist of 3,910,460 acres of water bottoms extending
along the west coast of Florida from Apalachicola to somewhat
south of Naples. Mobil will earn this interest when and if it has
spent $10 million on the properties, or has conducted the explo-
ration and drilling program prescribed through 1974, whichever
occurs first. The first well to be drilled under this agreement will
be a seismic prospect located about 51f miles offshore from Char-
lotte Harbor (Charlotte County). Drilling of this well was scheduled
to commence before March 27, 1966, but has been postponed pend-
ing the issuance of certain governmental permits.

Mobil also entered into an agreement, in 1965, with the Gulf
Oil Corporation on the oil and gas rights to some 89,000 acres
of private land under lease to Gulf in Charlotte and Lee counties
in South Florida. A prospect on this acreage has been selected
following extensive geophysical and core hole programs, and will




DIVISION OF GEOLOGY


be tested by the Mobil, No. 1 Babcock Ranch "A" well, which
has a proposed depth of 12,500 feet. This well is scheduled to
commence drilling on December 10, 1966.

On November 22, 1966, the State issued a permit for the drill-
ing of the Thayer-Davis, No. 1 Hill well, with a proposed depth of
5,500 feet, in Hernando County. Drilling of this test had not begun
as of the date of this report.

Geophysical Activity

Information available to this office on geophysical activity
on the Florida mainland pertains only to the first part of the year
through May 20, 1966. Crew weeks performed during this period
were: 23 in northwestern Florida; 8 in central Florida; and 70 in
the southern part of the State. Seismic surveys made up most of
this activity.

The interest in offshore geophysical activity in Florida which
began in 1964 continues to the present time. In 1966 geophysical
work, consisting primarily of seismographic activity, was performed
on offshore water bottoms under 14 permits issued to 5 major
companies and one independent. Figure 3 shows the permit num-
bers, type of geophysics, operator and contractor for each permit,
in most cases the number of crew weeks of work completed, and
the general localities of the activity.

LAND

In 1966 offshore State leases totalled 3,910,460 acres; all of
these water bottom leases are located offshore from the west
coast of Florida.

Current figures on the mainland acreage held under oil and
gas lease are not available to this office. In 1965 these figures
totaled 3,075,219 acres.

RULES AND REGULATIONS

State Board of Conservation Order No. 3 granted the Humble
Oil and Refining Company permission, effective January 11, 1966,
to dispose of the salt water produced in the Sunniland field by






















PERMIT
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FIRST HALF

,i HUMBLE
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31 rarity (Independen

SECOND HALF
PERMIT
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32 .Refle- (Geophysica
S wk, TEXACO (S
33 Rafel, (Geophysica
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34 Gravlty (Southwest
CONTINEN
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MOBIL
36 Lofes-wk (Self)
MOBIL
37 Lofes-w k (Self)


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FOOTNOTE
ci These permits authorized single seismic lines. It is the policy of the Division of Geology
to describe the location In general terms, rather than plotting,as follows-
OFFSHORE SEISMIC LINES
Length Waters SW (Southwestward) or
Permit (miles. I ) Sur d E (Eastward) from-
23 (2 lines) 125 St. and Fed, SW-Manatee County
155 Federal SW-Lee County


95 Federal
165 Federal
140 Federal
120 Federal
135 Federal
55 Federal


E -St. Johns.County
SW-Levy County
SW-Pinellas County
SW-Lee County
SW-Monroe Oounty
E-Nassau County


Lines begin 5 to 35 miles from shore and extend seaward.


Figure 8. Florida offshore geophysical work, 1966.


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DIVISION OF GEOLOGY


injection into permeable rock of the subsurface which occurs '
between 2,830 feet and 3,300 feet, and which contains very saline
formation waters (16,000 ppm chloride ions). Such injection will
not be harmful to surface areas.

On May 15, 1966, State Board of Conservation Order No. 4
granted the Sun Oil Company permission to inject salt water into
the Roberts Pool of the Sunoco-Felda field to conserve reservoir '
energy. The entire salt water production of the field, which is
about 54 percent of the total fluid produced, and which amounts
to approximately 2,950 barrels per day, is being returned to the
reservoir through perforations from 11,499-11,509 feet in a down-
gradient dry hole.

On June 21, 1966, State Board of Conservation Order No.
5 established 160 acres as the spacing unit for the Roberts Pool
of the Sunoco-Felda field.

On June 28, 1966. the State Board of Conservation adopted
rules and regulations controlling geological and/or geophysical
operations on submerged lands, other than inland waters of Florida.
These rules and regulations also are applicable to Federal lands
seaward of Florida's boundaries.

On November 15, 1966, a revision of the rules and regulations
governing the oil industry in Florida was adopted. This revision
will be available for public distribution after February 1, 1967.




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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 55





















APPENDIX I


Well Data Sheets, 1966












































































































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COLLIER COUNTY


American Total
Division of Petroleum Well Commenced Depth Elevation
Geology No. Institute No. Operator No. Fee Name (Completed) (feet) (feet)
I/
WCr-485-28E-16 dd 09-021-10048 Gulf American 1 East Gate Land, Inc. May 10, 1966 13,345 35 DF
(W-7661) Land Corp. (May 24, 1966)

Location:
Sec 16 T48S R28E (200' E of the center of the SE/4 of the SE/4 of Lhe section)

Subsurface record:

(1) Plugged and abandoned

(2) Casing record:
Set 20" at 193' with 250 sacks
Set.13 3/8" at 1,410' with 650 sacks
Set 9 5/8" at 3,800' with 250 sacks

(3) Plugging details:
Plug No. I at 11,700-12,000'
Plug No. 2 at 3,600-3,900'
Plug No. 3 at 1,200-1,500'
Plug No. 4 at surface, and extending over an interval of 20'

(4) Logs:
Induction-Electrical, 3,802-12,018'; Sonic-Gamma Ray, 7,000-12,007'; Mud Log, with core record,
surface 12,000'

(5) Conventional cores:
9,814-9,84'3' (recovered 26'). Contained scattered oil shows; some bleeding oil in tight rock
11,600-11,660' (recovered 60')
11,660-11,720' (recovered 60')
11,720-11,780' (recovered 60')
11,780-11,840' (recovered 60')
11,840-11,9001 (recovered 60!)


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COLLIER COUNTY


American Total
Division of Petroleum Well Commenced Depth Elevation
Geology No. Institute No. Operator No. Fee Name (Completed) (feet) (feet)


Subsurface record: (cont'd)

(6) DST at 11,661-12,023' (T,D.), Chokes, 1/4", Open, 8 hours and 3 minutes. Working pressure, ranged from
10 pounds to 100 pounds. Recovery, 9, 132' of salt water cut mud (25, 950 ppm CL). Bottom hole mud pressures,
initial, 5, 304 psi and 5,514 psi. Bottom hole flowing pressures, initial, 2, 695 psi and 3,695 psi. Bottom hole flowing
pressures, final, 4,808 psi and 4,981 psi. Bottom hole mud pressures, final, 5,304 psi and 5,514 psi. No shut-in
pressures were taken during this test.

I/ This system of well designation is described in Appendix 2.





COLLIER COUNTY


American Total
Division of Petroleum Well Commenced Depth Elevation
Geology No. Institute No. Operator No. Fee Name (Completed) (feet) (feet)

WCr-48S-28E-28 db 09-021-10049 Gulf American 1 Golden Gate March 15, 1966 12,167 33 DF
(W- ) Land Corp. (April 28, 1966)

Location:
Sec. 28 T48S R28E (center of the SE/4 of the NE/4 of the section)

Subsurface record:

(1) Plugged and abandoned

(2) Casing record:
Set 20" at 191' with 350 sacks of cement
Set 13 3/8" at 1,534' with 900 sacks of cement
Set 9 5/8" at 3,810' with 600 sacks of cement

(3) Logs:
Mud log, surface 12,168'

(4) Conventional cores:
9,712-9,736'. (recovered 17')
9,736-9,796'. (recovered 60')
9,796-9,856'. (recovered 58')
11,700-11,758'. (recovered 51')


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American Total
Division of Petroleum Well Commenced Depth Elevation
Geology No. Institute No. Operator No. Fee Name (Completed) (feet) (feet)

WCr-46S-30E-8 cc 09-021.10047 Sun Oil Co. 1 Alico Land Jan. 21, 1966 11,700 48 DF
(W-7656) Development Co. (Feb. 13, 1966)

Location: 1
Sec. 8 T46S R30E (698' FSC and 660' FWt-of the SW/4 of the SE/4 of the section)

Subsurface record:

(1) Plugged and abandoned

(2) Casing record:
Set.20" at 62' with 125 sacks of cement
Set 13 3/8" at 1,160' with 650 sacks of cement
Set 9 5/8" at 3,540' with 200 sacks of cement

(3) Plugging details:
11,360-11,660', set 125 sacks of Slo-Set cement
3, 340-3,640', set 115 sacks of Portland cement, using 9 5/8" wiper plugs at 3,340' and 3,540'
At surface, installed a 9 5/8" casing swage with a 2" valve. Subsequently, the hole was re-entered, and the
9 5/8" casing was cut at 2,518' and recovered. Following this, the well was again plugged as follows:
1,050-1,250', set 76 sacks of Portland cement with 16% gel in the 13 3/8" casing
At surface, welded a steel plate on top of the casing.

(4) Logs:
Induction-Electrical, 3,534-11,704'; Borehole Compensated Sonic-Gamma Ray, 3,534-11,704'

(5) DST: None

- FWL, FEL, FSL and FNL mean from west, east, south and north lines, respectively.






COLLIER COUNTY


.American Total
Division of Petroleum Well Commenced Depth Elevation
Geology No. Institute No. Operator No. Fee Name (Completed) (feet) (feet)


WCr-46S-29E-12 a 09-021-10050 Sun Oil Co.
(W-7843)


12-2 Alico Land
Development Co.
"B"


July 20, 1966
(Aug. 14, 1966)


11,630 50 DF


Location:
Sec. 12- T46S R29E (1,330' FSL, and 1,362' FNL)

Subsurface record:

(1) Plugged and abandoned

(2) Casing program:
20" at 63' with 80 sacks
Set 13 3/8" at 1, 102' with 650 sacks
Set 9 5/8" at 3,516' with 200 sacks

(3) Casing recovery:
The 9 5/8" casing was cut at 2,350'; a total of 2,328' was recovered

(4) Logs:
Induction-Electrical, 3,515-11,640'; Sonic-Gamma Ray, 8,000-11,640'; Perforating Depth Control, 10, 700-11,467'

(5) DST: None


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COLLIER COUNTY


American Total
Division of Petroleum Well Commenced Depth Elevation
Geology No. Institute No. Operator No. Fee Name (Completed) (feet) (feet)


WCr-46S-29E-5 b 09-021-10045 Sun Oil Co.
(W -7474)


5-1 The Collier Co.


Oct. 3, 1965
(temporarily
abandoned,
Feb. 4, 1966)


11,491 53 DF


Location:
Sec. 5 T46S R29E (1,079' FNL, and 1,025' FEL of the section)
Subsurface record:

(1) Initially, this offset well to the Sunoco-Felda field was a small producer of 2 BOPD and 215 barrels of water
through perforations of 8 shots per foot over the interval 11,486-11,490', after two acid treatments of 1,000
gallons each with 15% NE HCL.

On April 19, 1966, the operator obtained a permit to use this hole for one year as an observation well; the well
was left equipped as any normal producing well in the field. Subsequently, on April 11, 1967, the operator
obtained permission to continue using this hole as an observation well for an additional year.

(2) Casing program:
Drove 20" to 69'
Set 13 3/8" at 1, 140' with 650 sacks of cement
Set 9 5/8" at 3,537' with 200 sacks of cement
Set 5 1/2" at 11,485' with 200 sacks of cement
(3) Logs:
Gamma Ray Neutron, 8,000-11,496'; Casing Collar, 11,492-11,496'; Perforating Depth Control, 11,000-11,485'

(4) DST: None


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HENDRY COUNTY


American Total
Division of Petroleum Well Commenced Depth Elevation
Geology No. Institute No. Operator No. Fee Name (Completed) (feet) (feet)

WHy-43S-28E-34 ad 09-051-10037 Southern Triangle 2 Lawless, Berry Dec. 30, 1965 11,348 40 DF
(W-7660) Oil Co. and Paul (Jan. 28, 1966)

Location:
Sec. 34 T43S R28E (center of the NW/4 of the SE/4 of the section)

Subsurface record:

(1) Plugged and abandoned

(2) Casing program:
20" at 241' with 200 sacks
Set 13 3/8" at 1,510' with 650 sacks
Set 9 5/8" at 3,361' with 200 sacks

(3) Plugging details:
11,048-11,348' set 85 sacks of Slo-Set cement
3,210-3,410', set 90 sacks of Portland cement, using two 9,5/8" rubber plugs at 3,210' and 3,360'
At surface, set 9 sacks of Portland cement, and welded a steel plate on top of the 9 5/8" casing

(4) Logs:
Induction-Electrical, 3,360-11,353'

(5) DST at 11,339-11,348'. Choke, 1/4". Open, 3 hours. Working pressure, 0 pounds. Recovery, 8001 of salt water
(145,000 ppm). Bottom hole flowing pressure, 1,924 psi. Bottom hole closed-in pressure, 4,819 psi.











HENDRY COUNTY


American Total
Division of Petroleum Well Commenced Depth Elevation
Geology No, Institute No. Operator No. Fee Name (Completed) (feet) (feet)

WHy-455-31E-27 cc 09-051-10040 Sun Oil Co. 1 Alico Land March 21, 1966 11,575 48 DF
(W-7703) Development Co. "A" (July 13, 1966)

Location:
Sec. 27 T45S R31E (660' FWL, and 940' FSL of the section)

Subsurface record:

(1) Plugged and abandoned

(2) Casing program: 0
Set 20" at 63' with 125 sacks
Set 13 3/8" at 1,147' with 650 sacks
Set 9 5/8" at 3, 503' with 200 sacks

(3) Plugging details:
11,275-11,575' set 125 sacks ofSlo-Set cement o
3,303-3,603' set 115 sacks of Portland common neat cement, using rubber plugs at 3,303' and 3,503' .
9 5/8" casing was cut at 2,518' and recovered
1,029-1,229' set 76 sacks of Portland common neat cement with 16% gel, using 13 3/8" wiper plugs at 1,029' and 1,129'
At surface, set a 10-sack plug in top of 13 3/8" casing, and installed a steel plate on top of this casing

(4) Logs:
Induction-Electrical, 3,496-9,998'; Sonic-Gamma Ray, 3,496-10,000'





HENDRY COUNTY


American Total
Division of Petroleum Well Commenced Depth Elevation
Geology No. Institute No. Operator No. Fee Name (Completed) (feet) (feet)


WHy-45S-29E-15 c 09-051-10035 Sun Oil Co.


15-3 Consolidated
Financial Corp.


Dec. 12, 1965
(Jan. 12, 1966)


11,649 48 DF


Location:
Sec. 15 T45S R29E (1328.7 feet FWL and 1307.6 feet FSL of the section)

Subsurface record:

(1) Plugged and abandoned

(2) Casing record
Set 20" in 24" hole at 63' with 75 sacks of Florida Portland cement
Set 13 3/8" in 17 1/2" hole at 1158' with 650 sacks of Florida Portland cement
Set 9 5/8" in 12 1/4" hole at 3,059' with 200 sacks of Florida Portland cement

(3) Plugging details:

Recovered 2500' of 9 5/8" casing

850-1188', set 125 sacks of common cement with 16% gel and 2% calcium chloride; used two 13 3/8" wiper plugs
at 850' and 1050', respectively

At surface, set 10 sacks of cement in the top of the 13 3/8" casing and installed a steel plate over this casing,
with a 1/2" needle valve on top.

(4) Logs:
Induction-Electrical, 3054-11, 655'; Sonic, 8,000-11,655'


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HENDRY COUNTY


American Total
Division of Petroleum Well Commenced Depth Elevation
Geology No. Institute No. Operator No. Fee Name (Completed) (feet) (feet)

WHy-45S.28E-24 d 09-051-10038 Sun Oil Co. 24-4 Lee-Tidewater Jan. 4, 1966 11,545 47 DF
(W-7591) (Feb. 21, 1966)

Location:
Sec. 24 T45S R28E (1,280' FEL, and 1,349' FSL of the section)

Subsurface record:

(1) Sunoco-Felda field producing well. The initial production was 28 BOPD with 208 barrels of water through
perforations of 8 shots per foot over the interval 11,476-11,478', after acidation with 1,000 gallons of 15% HCL.

(2) Casing program:
Set 20" at 61' with 125 sacks of cement
Set 13 3/8" at 1, 123' with 650 sacks of cement
Set 9 5/8" at 3,519' with 200 sacks of cement; estimated cement top, 3,000'
Set 5 1/2" at 11,545'with 200 sacks of Slo-Set cement; estimated cement top, 10,600'
Ran 2 1/2" tubing to 7,028'

(3) Logs:
Induction-Electrical, 3,515-11,548'; Sonic-Gamma Ray, 8,000-11,548'; Perforating Depth Control, 10,670-11,428'

(4) DSTi:
a) 11,467-11,478'. Chokes, 5/8" and 1/4". Open, 3 hours. Working pressure, 3 pounds. Recovery, 2,000' of
water cushion, 500' of oil, and 3, 172' of salt water (147,000 ppm CL). Bottom hole flowing pressures, 1,189 psi
and 2,578 psi. Bottom hole closed-in pressure, 4,636 psi.

b) 11,519-11,525'. Chokes, 5/8" and 1/4". Open, 2 hours. Working pressure, 4 pounds. Recovery, 2,000'
of wafer cushion, and 9,000' of salt water. Bottom hole flowing pressures, 2,240 psi and 4,973 psi. Bottom
hole closed-in pressure, 5,015 psi.





HENDRY COUNTY


American Total
Division of Petroleum Well Commenced Depth Elevation
Geology No. Institute No. Operator No. Fee Name (Completed) (feet) (feet)

WHy-45S-29E-19 d 09-051-10017 Sun Oil Co. 19-4 Red Cattle Co. Oct. 7, 1965 11,549 52 DF
(Wgi-1861) (Jan. 4, 1966)

Location:
Sec. 19 T45S R29E (1,200' FEL and 1,400' FSL of the section)

Subsurface record:

(1) Sunoco-Felda field producing well. The initial production was 66 BOPD, with '102 barrels of salt water through
perforations at 11,469-11,471'. The acid treatment prior to this test was:
500 gallons of 15% NE HCL followed by
500 gallons of 15% NE HCL with 1% CRA-10

(2) Casing program:
Drove 20" to 64'
Set 13 3/8" at 1,150' with 650 sacks
Set 9 5/8" at 3,5351 with 200 sacks
Set 5 1/2" at 11,549' with 200 sacks of Slo-Set cement
Ran 2 1/2" tubing to 7,025'

(3) Logs:
Induction-Electrical, 8,000-11,553'; Sonic Log, 8,000-11,552'; Casing Collar Log, 11,470-11,472'

(4) DST at 11,461-11,484'. Chokes, 7/8" and 3/4". Open, 4 hours. Working pressure, 3 1/2 pounds. Recovery,
170' oil, and 2, 000' of slightly oil and gas cut water cushion, and 3,640' of salt water.











IIENDRY COUNTY


American Total
Division of Petroleum Well Commenced Depth Elevation
Geology No, Institute No. Operator No, Fee Name (Completed) (feet) (feet)

WHy-45S-28E-25 b 09-051-10041 Sun Oil Co. 25-1 Red Cattle Co. "A" April 21, 1966 11,491 53 DF
(W-7747) (June 23, 1966)

Location:
Sec. 25 T45S R28E (1,326' FNL, and 1, 276' FEL of the section)

Subsurface record:

(1) Sunoco-Felda field producing well, The initial production was 54 BOPD with 425 barrels of water from the open hole (?)
at 11,487-11,490', after acidation with 1,000 gallons of 15%HCL.

(2) Casing program:
Set 20" at 70' with 80 sacks
Set 13 3/8" at 1,154' with 650 sacks
Set 9 5/8" at 3,547' with 200 sacks
Set 5 1/2" at 11,486' with 200 sacks of Slo-Set cement
Ran 2 1/2" tubing to 5,522'

(3) Logs:
Gamma Ray-Neutron, 8,000-11,490'; Perforating Depth Control, 11,000-11,484 1/2'; Casing Collar and
Perforating Record, 11,487-11,490'

(4) DST's:
a) 11,486-11,491'. No test (tool plugged)

b) 11,486-11,491'. Chokes, 5/8" and 1/4".. Open, 3 hours. Working pressure, 1/2 pound. Recovery, 2,000'
of water cushion, and 7,460' of salt water (50,000 to 60,000 ppm CL). Bottom hole flowing pressures, 1,044 psi
and 4, 366 psi. Bottom hole closed-in pressure, 4, 764 psi.




.ENDRY COUNTY


American Total
Division of Petroleum Well Commenced Depth Elevation
Geology No. Institute No. Operator No. Fee Name (Completed) (feet) (feet)

WHy-45S-28E-21 cc 09-051-10042 Sun Oil Co. 1 Red Cattle Co. "B" May 28, 1966 11,675 47 DF
(W-7804) (Aug. 2, 1966)

Location:
Sec. 21 T45S R28E (665' FWL, and 662' FSL of the section)

Subsurface record: -

(1) Sunoco-Felda field producing well. The initial production was 56 BOPD with 148 barrels of water through perforations C
of 4 shots per foot over the interval, 11,486-11,489', after acidation with 500 gallons of 15% HCL. Z

(2) Casing program:
Set 20" at 69' with 100 sacks
Set 13 3/8" at 1,145' with 650 sacks
Set 9 3/8" at 3,520' with 200 sacks
Set 5 1/2" at 11,675' with 330 sacks
Ran 2 1/2 tubing to 7,041'

(3) Logs: Z
Induction-Electrical, 3,520-11,680'; Borehole Compensated Sonic-Gamma Ray, 8, 000-11,680'; Perforating Depth 0
Control 10, 800-11, 558'

(4) DST at 11,479-11,486'. Chokes, 5/8" and 1/4". Open, 4 hours. Working pressure, 12 pounds. Recovery, 2,000'
of water cushion, 1,540' of oil, 3,000' of gas, and 3,400' of oil cut salt water (130,000 ppm CL). Bottom hole
flowing pressures, 1,038 psi and 3,227 psi. Bottom hole closed-in pressure, 5,052 psi.
















HENDRY COUNTY


American Total
Division of Petroleum Well Commenced Depth Elevation
Geology No, Institute No, Operator No. Fee Name (Completed) (feet) (feet)

WHy-455-29E-17 c 09-051-10039 Sun Oil Co. 17-3 Sunoco-Felda Feb. 19, 1966 11,546 51 DF
(W.7657) (March 16, 1966)

Location:
Sec. 17 T45S R29E (813' FWL, and 1,328' FSL of the section)

Subsurface record:

(1) Plugged and abandoned. This was a north outpost well to the Sunoco-Felda field.

(2) Casing program:
Set 20" at 65' with 125 sacks
Set 13 3/8" at 1,099' with 650 sacks
Set 9 5/8" at 3,515' with 200 sacks

(3) Plugging details:
11,246-11,546' set 125 sacks of Slo-Set cement
3,315-3,615' set 115 sacks of Portland common cement, using 9 5/8" rubber wiper plugs at 3,315'and 3,515'
Cut 9 5/8" casing at 2, 545' and recovered it
900-1,200' set 125 sacks of Portland common cement with 16% gel and 2% CaCL, using 13 3/8" wiper plugs at 900' and 1,100'
At surface, set a 10-sacks plug in top of the 13 3/8" casing, and installed a steel plate with a 1/2" needle valve

(4) Logs:
Dual Induction-Laterolog, 3,515-11,546'; Sonic-Gamma Ray, 8, 000-11,548'; Perforating Depth Control, 11, 100-11,461'

(5) DST: None





HENDRY COUNTY


American Total
Division of Petroleum Well Commenced Depth Elevation
Geology No. Institute No. Operator No. Fee Name (Completed) (feet) (feet)

WHy-45S-29E-34 ca 09-051-10036 Sun Oil Co. 34-2 Sunoco-Felda Dec. 9, 1965 11,640 51 DF
(W-7576) (Jan. 9, 1966)

Location:
Sec. 34 T45S R29E (1,410' FNL, and 668' FWL of the section)

Subsurface record:

(1) Plugged and abandoned

(2) Casing program:
Set 20" at 64' with 125 sacks of cement
Set 13 3/8" at 1, 142' with 650 sacks of cement
Set 9 5/8" at 3,521' with 200 sacks of cement

(3) Plugging details:
11,050-11,640', set 125 sacks of Slo-Set cement
3,321-3,621', set 115 sacks of Portland cement, using two 9 5/8" rubber plugs, with one at 3,321', and another
at 3,521'
At surface, prepared a 9 5/8" swage with a 2" valve
Note: No casing was removed from this well when it was abandoned.

(4) Logs:
Induction-Electrical, 3,519-11,643'; Sonic, 8,000-11,640'

(5) DST's:
a) 11,487-11,491'. Chokes, 5/8" and 1/4". Open, 2 hours. Working pressure, 5 pounds. Recovery, 2,000' of
water cushion, and 3,100' of salt water. Bottom hole flowing pressures, 1,105 psi and 2,283 psi. Bottom hole
closed-in pressure, 4,427 psi.

b) 11,488-11,501'. Chokes, 5/8" and 1/4". Open, 2 hours. Working pressure, 17 pounds. Recovery, 2,000'
of water cushion, and 6, 200' of salt water.












OKEECHOBEE COUNTY


American Total
Division of Petroleum Well Commenced Depth Elevation
Geology No. Institute No. Operator No. Fee Name (Completed) (feet) (leet)

WOe-33S-34E-8 ca 09-093-10002 Sun Oil Co. 1 Harriss-Holmes Jan. 21, 1966 9,840 88 DF
(W-7659) (Feb. 23, 1966)

Location:
Sec. 8 T33S R34E (1,957' FNL, and 663' FWL of the section)

Subsurface record:

(1) Plugged and abandoned 0

(2) Casing program:
Set 20" at 84' with 150 sacks
Set 13 3/8" at 707' with 1,030 sacks
Set 9 5/8" at 3,307 with 320 sacks

(3) Plugging details:
6,493-6,793' set 125 sacks of Slo-Set cement
3,107-3,407' set 115 sacks of Portland neat cement, using two 9 5/8" rubber wiper plugs, one at 3,307'and the other
at 3,107'
Cut 9 5/8" casing at 2, 500', and recovered it
1,380-1,385' set an inflatable plug in the open 12 1/4" hole, with 5'1of Calceal cement on top
950-1,052' set an inflatable plug in the open 12 1/4" hole, with 50 sacks of Calceal cement on top
607-807' set 200 sacks of common cement with 16% gel
At surface, from 0-10' set cement plug in 13 3/8" casing, and installed a steel plate on top of casing

(4) Logs:
Induction-Electrical, 3,306-9, 788'; Borehole Compensated Sonic-Gamma Ray, 3, 306-9, 771'

(5) DST: None




SANTA ROSA COUNTY




American Total
Division of Petroleum Well Commenced Depth Elevation
Geology No. Institute No. Operator No. Fee Name (Completed) (feet) (feet)'

WSr-SN-28W-32 ac 09-113-10039 Texaco, Inc. 1 Miller Mill Co. June 21, 1966 14,484 16 DF
(W-7867) (July 8, 1966) ;i

Location:
Sec. 32 T5N R28W (1,980' N and 990' E of the SW corner of the section) .

Subsurface record: .

(1) Plugged and abandoned '0

(2) Casing program:
Set 16" at 62' with 5 1/2 cubic yards of Ready-Mix concrete
Set 10 3/4" at 2, 513'

(3) Logs:
Induction-Laterolog, 78-2,528' and 78-14, 484': Borehole Compensated Sonic, 78-10,550' and 78-14,484'





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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 55


APPENDIX II


Well and Locality Designation System



















































































































































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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 55,


FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY WELL AND LOCALITY
DESIGNATION SYSTEM

The locality and well numbering system is based on the loca-
tion of the locality or well, and uses the rectangular system of
section, township, and range for identification. The number con-
sists of five parts. These are: 1) a prefix of three letters desig-
nating L for locality or W for well and county abbreviation, 2) the
quarter/quarter location within the section, 3) the section, 4) the
township, and 5) the range.

The basic rectangle is the township which is 6 miles square.
It is consecutively measured by tiers both north and south of the
Florida base line an east-west line that passes through Talla-
hassee. This basic rectangle is also consecutively measured both
east and west of the principal meridian a north-south line that
passes through Tallahassee. In recording the township and range
numbers, the T is left off the township numbers, and the R is left
off the range numbers. Each township is divided equally into 36
square miles called sections, and are numbered 1 through 36 as
shown on the attached diagram.

The sections are divided into quarters with the quarters la-
beled "a" through "d" as shown on diagram. In turn, each of
these quarters is divided into quarters with these quarter/quarter
squares labeled "a" through "d" in the same manner. The "a"
through "d" designation of quarters may be carried to any extent
deemed useful.

The location of the well WLn- 2N-2E-21 db shown on the
diagram would be in the center of the southeast quarter of the
northeast quarter of section 21, township 2 north, range 2 east.

When there is more than one well or locality in a square 40-
acre tract (quarter/quarter section) they are identified by either
an additional quarter designation or by a sixth arbitrary accession
number at the end of the range unit. The abbreviations used for
counties are:





DIVISION OF GEOLOGY


Alachua
Baker
Bay
Bradford
Brevard
Broward
Calhoun
Charlotte
Citrus
Clay
Collier
Columbia
Dade
DeSoto
Dixie
Duval
Escambia
Flagler
Franklin
Gadsden
Gilchrist
Glades
Gulf
Hamilton
Hardee
Hendry
Hernando
Highlands
Hillsborough
Holmes
Indian River
Jackson
Jefferson
Lafayette


Aa
Bk
By
Bf
By
Bw
Cn
Ch
Ci
Cy
Cr
Co
Dd
Ds
Dx
Du
Es
Fg
Fk
Ga
Gr
G1
Gf
Hm
Hd
Hy
Hr
Hi
HI
Ho
Ir
Jk
Jf
Lf


Lake
Lee
Leon
Levy
Liberty
Madison
Manatee
Marion
Martin
Monroe
Nassau
Okaloosa
Okeechobee
Orange
Osceola
Palm Beach
Pasco
Pinellas
Polk
Putnam
St. Johns
St. Lucie
Santa Rosa
Sarasota
Seminole
Sumter
Suwannee
Taylor
Union
Volusia
Wakulla
Walton
Washington


Lk
Le
Ln
Lv
Lb
Md
Mn
Mr
Mt
Mo
Na
Oa
Oe
Or
Os
Pb
Ps
Pi
Po
Pu
Sj
Sl
Sr
Sa
Se
Sm
Sw
Ty
Un
Vo
Wk
W1
Ws






INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 55


R 2 E

6 5 4 3 2

7 8 9 10 11 12

18 17 16 15 14 13

19 20 21 22 23 24

30 29 28 27 26 25

31 32 33 34 35 36

SECTIONIZED TOWNSHIP


a b
a ----. ----
c d
---_--9--1-

c d

Division of a section into
quarters of approx.160
acres and division of a
quarter section into
quarters of approx. 40
acres.


NOTE:
A well in Leon County,Township 2 North,
Range 2 East, Section 21, located in the
center of the southeast quarter of the
northeast quarter would be designated
thus:


WLn-2N-2E-21 db