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Title: Oil and gas activities in Florida, 1970
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STATE OF FLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES
Randolph Hodges, Executive Director


DIVISION OF INTERIOR RESOURCES
R. O. Vernon, Director


BUREAU OF GEOLOGY
C.W. Hendry, Chief


Information Circular No. 80


OIL AND GAS ACTIVITIES IN FLORIDA, 1970


By
Clarence Babcock


Prepared by the
BUREAU OF GEOLOGY
DIVISION OF INTERIOR RESOURCES
FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES


TALLAHASSEE
1972








CONTENTS


Page

Exploratory drilling ............................................... 1
The State's major Smackover discovery, northwestern Florida ............... 1
The Jay Structure ............................................. 3
Humble, No. 1 Lehigh Acres Development, Inc. discovery well .............. 6
Description of pre-1970 fields ....................................... 6
Sunniland field ................................................ 6
Sunoco-Felda field ............................................ 8
West Sunoco-Felda field ......................................... 9
Mobil's new field at Lake Trafford ................................. 9
Production ....................................................11
Average prices at well head of southern Florida crude oil, 1970 .............. 11
Anticipated increase in production ................................. 11
Rigs operation in Florida, 1970 ...................................13
Geophysical activity ..............................................13
Offshore geophysics ...........................................13
Mainland geophysics .............................................13
Land ................................................ ....... 13
Offshore acreage ..............................................13
Mainland acreage .......... ....................................15
New Florida Statutes Affecting Minerals ................................ 15
Bibliography ...................................................18
Appendices
I. Well data sheets, 1970 ...................................... 19-72
II. Categorical list of outstanding permit number corresponding to
wells not completed in 1970 ................................. 73-74
III. Discussion of non-confidential well control in the Jay field ............ .75-77
IV. Bureau of Geology well and locality designation system ............. .79-81




ILLUSTRATIONS


Figure Page

1 Florida hydrocarbons exploration and production, 1970 .................. 2
2 Structure map on top of the Smackover Formation, Jay and
Little Escambia Creek fields ..................................... 4
3 Structure map on top of the Lake Trafford Formation, Lehigh Acres,
West Sunoco-Felda, and Sunoco-Felda fields ......................... .. 7
4 Oil-Water contact map, with contours on top of perforations .............. 10
5 Florida offshore geophysical permits, 1970 ............... .......... 14
6 Offshore Florida State leases, December 31, 1970 ................... .16






TABLES


Table Page

1 Florid? exploratory footage drilled in 1970 completions ................ .57-58
2 Florida development footage drilled in 1970 completions ................. 59
3 Salt water production in barrels, and as a percent of total fluid
yield, Sunniland field, 1967-1970, inclusive .......................... 60
4 Monthly and cumulative pumping oil production in barrels, three well
established southern Florida fields, 1968, 1969 and 1970 ................. 61
5 Monthly and cumulative pumping oil production in barrels, two recently
discovered southern Florida fields, 1969 and 1970 ..................... 62
6 Jay field flowing production, 1970 ................................ 63
7 Average prices at well head of southern Florida crude oil, 1970 ............ .64
8 Anticipated annual increase (decrease) in Florida oil production for the
next ten years as estimated for the existing fields of the State ............. 65
9 Determination for Florida of approximate gas production, 1970,
and anticipated gas production, 1980 .............................. 66
10 Rigs operating in Florida in the drilling of oil tests completed in 1970 ......... 67
11 Florida offshore geophysical permits, 1970 ...................... ..68-69
12 Florida mainland geophysical activity, 1970 ........................ 70-71
13 Recapitulation of Florida mainland geophysical activity, 1970,
by regional areas of the State ..................................... 72


II Florida offshore geophysical permits, 1970





OIL AND GAS ACTIVITIES IN FLORIDA, 1970
by Clarence Babcock

In 1970 a major Smackover discovery was made in the Florida panhandle.
Also, a new field was discovered in the southern part of the State. In
addition, the daily oil production from the West Sunoco-Felda field of
southern Florida increased from 980 barrels from five wells during December,
1969 to 7,470 barrels from 17 wells during the corresponding month a year
later. Developments in 1970 were more significant than all previous develop-
ments in the history of the oil and gas in Florida.
Specific descriptions of the new discovery wells, and the recent develop-
ment wells in the West Sunoco-Felda field, will be highlighted in this report.

EXPLORATORY DRILLING

As summarized in exploratory footage table 1, a total of 182,978 feet was
drilled in wells completed in 1970. This footage was drilled in two discovery
wells, one presumably successful outpost well, and 12 wildcat tests which
were plugged and abandoned. The locations of the tabulated wells are shown
on figure 1; and data sheets for each well listed are presented in appendix 1.
Exploratory footage table 1, discussed above, as well as development
footage table 2, which is discussed later in the report, list only those wells
which were completed in 1970; permit numbers corresponding to these
completed wells also are shown. The readership may desire to effect a
reconciliation, as of December 31, 1970, of permit numbers for completed
wells (tables 1 and 2) and uncompleted wells. To facilitate such a
reconciliation, a categorical list of the permit numbers corresponding to
uncompleted wells is shown in appendix 2.
The two 1970 discovery wells listed in table 1 will be discussed.

THE STATE'S MAJOR SMACKOVER DISCOVERY,
NORTHWESTERN FLORIDA

The Humble Oil and Refining Company and the Louisiana Land and
Exploration Company established excellent Jurassic-Smackover oil production
at their No. 1 St. Regis Paper Company, et al well, Section 43-5N 29W, Jay
area, Santa Rosa County, northwestern Florida.
On a six-hour Initial Production Test through perforations at 15,470-524
feet this discovery flowed natural at a rate of 1,712 barrels of 50.7 degree
gravity oil plus 2.15 million cubic feet of gas per day through -inch choke.
The gas contained 10.6 percent H2S. Tubing pressure was 3,450 pounds, and
gas-oil ratio was 1,253 to 1. Following testing operations the well was shut in
on June 11, 1970.







BUREAU OF GEOLOGY


ALABAMA FIELDS
AM COUNTY
CTRONELLE MOBILE
S.CARLTON BALDWIN
TENSAW LAKE BALDWIN
FLOMATON ESCAMBIA
POLLARD ESCAMBIA

s5A LABAMA.


MAJOR SMACKOVER DISCOVERY AT
JAY, FLORIDA
HUMBLE-LLandE,tal,No.l St.RegisPopr,etal well.Ona six-hourtest through
perfortion in uppeSmackoer Formationat 15.470-524 feet. Nturalflow was
at a rate of 1,712 BOPD plus 2.15mm cfgpdthrough l/4"choke; oil gravity was
50.7 degrees. Tubing pressure was 3,450 psi. GOR was 1,253to I.
Following testing operations,the well was shut in on JUNE 11,1970


ATLANTIC


G UL F


0 F


At E X I CO


SOUTHERN FLORIDA OIL FIELDS


COUNTY
COLLIER
HENDRY

HENRY

COLLIER


NAME
SUNNILAND
SUNOCO-
FELDA
W.SUNOCO-
FELDA
L.TRAFFORD


DISCOVERY
(YEAR)
1943

1964

1966
1969


5,023,202

1,644,058
47,270


E LEE LEHIGH-
ACRES
F DADE FORTY MILE-
BEND


1970


81,542


1954 32,888
(Abondoned
Sept.1955)
TOTAL 19,436,800


NOTE:
Exploratory and development drilling in 1970
is shown inTablesl and 2 Also, data sheets
for each well drilled are shown in Appendix I.


SExploratory wells drilled in 1970


Ip90 19 5 u lqoMies


2
3
4
5

*3.


LETTER
A
B

C

D






INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 80


This well is considered to be one of the best Smackover discoveries in the
southeast during the past ten years. It also is the first well to penetrate the
Smackover Formation of the upper Jurassic section of northwestern Florida.
It is 5% miles southeast of the Humble, No. 1 Loper producer, located on the
southern flank of the Flomaton gas field, Escambia County, Alabama, which
was discovered in 1968. The Loper well flowed through perforations at
15,414434 feet in the Norphlet Formation at a rate of 350 barrels of
condensate plus 4.6 million cubic feet of gas per day.
Ownership in the jointly-operated oil production unit containing some
3,000 acres located over much of the most productive part of the Jay
structure is:

Percent
Humble Oil and Refining Company 35.4
Louisiana Land and Exploration Company 38.5
Sun Oil Company 14.5
Others 11.5

The operators have installed a small separator plant to extract the sulphur
content from the production at Jay. This plant has a capacity of 2,000 BOPD.
The operators plan to complete a 12,000-BOPD separator plant in the last
quarter of 1971. It is anticipated that the capacity of this plant will be
increased and/or additional plants will be built to handle further increases in
production at Jay.
Leasing activity throughout Santa Rosa County, Escambia County and
Okaloosa County, and in the southern part of the remaining counties of
northwestern Florida, has been very heavy and competitive.

THE JAY STRUCTURE


Figure 2 depicts the Jay structure on which the discovery well at Jay is
located.
The Jay structure appears to be similar in structural type, influence on
overlying sediments, and position within the basin, to the Quitman field,
Clarke County, Mississippi, as that field is depicted by Hughes (1968, fig. 2).
Hughes designates the Quitman field as a low relief peripheral salt ridge; his
explanation (p. 322) of the origin of this type of structure is:
"The origin of the peripheral salt ridge and its associated peripheral
salt belt is explained by simple salt movement contemporaneous with
deposition. The salt was deposited as a wedge with gradual thickening to
the south from its updip limit. As the basin floor tilted southward, the
wedgeout edge of the salt became the highest portion of the sale mass.
Overburden was deposited contemporaneous with tilting to create







KEY TO DEEP WELLS


ALABAMA
Assigned
Letter Well Designation D,F(Feet) T.D.(Fet)
A HORC,No.l Loper 121 -15,481
B HORC, No.I Powell, Unit 19 156 -15,527
C HORC, No.I Jernigon 137 -15,779
D HORC, No. Miller Mill,Unit 32 89 -16,003
E HORC, No.32-4 -15,606

FLORIDA
Permit
No. Well Deslgnation D.F.(Feet) T.D.(Feet)


370 LLondE,No.I MillerMill 222
417 HORC.LLondE,Nol St.Regis 244
434 HORC-LLondE,No. Jones-McDavid 146
443 HORC-LLondE, No.7-IMcDavidLds' 187
444 HORC-LLond E, No.9-3 St. Regis 213
450 LLandE,No.l McDovidLandsUnit36-l 74
451 LLondE,No.l McDovid Lands Unit 37-4 70
452 HORC,No.10-4 Bray Unit 275
453 HORC,No.34-4 McDovid Lands 173
EXPLANATION
-15,100 Datum,top of Smackover Formation
Oil well
SGas well
# Shut in well
o Drilling well
Plugged and abandoned well
Contour interval 100 feet


-15,936
-15,984
-15,737
-15,702
-15,936
-15,600
-15,669
-15,840
-15,850


NOTE
Most of the control points forthis map arefrom wells which were
confidential prior to the presentation of exhibits and structural
interpretations by the Humble Oil and Refining Co. at a public
hearing before the Department of Natural Resources on
March 10,1971





INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 80 5

differential forces which caused the salt to flow toward the wedgeout.
This produced the salt ridge immediately south of the wedgeout."
Hughes did not imply wrenching action by his contours of the Quitman field
ibidd, fig. 6, p. 328).
An abstract of a paper by Keyes (1971, p. 347) relative to the area of the
Flomaton field, located some five to eight miles northwest of the discovery
well at Jay, states that:
"Movement of Louann salt and faulting occurred, probably as a result
of gravity slide and basinward salt creep, (which formed) structures
capable of trapping hydrocarbons."
This statement is believed to be appropriate as an explanation of the Jay
structure as well as of the structure which traps the hydrocarbons at
Flomaton.
A specific explanation for the reversal and assymetrical configuration of the
Jay structure must await well control and the preparation is isopach maps
therefrom. Mechanisms which may prove to be involved include: a) salt
flowage, presumably up regional dip, "toward the wedgeout," as discussed by
Hughes ibidd.), b) the "rollover", of the beds of the downthrown block into
the fault plane as a result of, a flattening of the dip of the fault plane with
depth, c) the "rollover" of the beds of the downthrown block into the fault
plane when underlying salt becomes detached from the upthrown block and
slips under the overburden, d) the draping of overlying beds over areas from
which salt was dissolved in connection with a separation at the salt level
resulting from the down-to-the-coast Foshee fault.
The Fochee fault is assumed to be a "pull-apart" fault which developed
after the coastward component of the overburden pressure became sufficient
to cause the plastic flow of the salt. Hughes (1968, p. 330) states that in
Clarke County, Mississippi:
"Salt flowage began soon after deposition of a small amount of
overburden. In the area studied salt flowage began after only a few
hundred feet of Norphlet was deposited on top of the Louann salt."

The Foshee fault trace at the approximate level of the Bucatunna Clay
Member of the Byram Formation is depicted by Marsh (1962, plate 1; and
also 1966, fig. 24, p. 97). The 1962 report shows that in the Jay area the
Bucatunna occurs from about 300 to 500 feet of depth sub-sea. The 1966
report shows the fault trace to be probably angular, and to be about 26 miles
long. It also shows that three antithetical faults are associated primarily or
exclusively with the northerly part of this fault plane. It seems reasonable that
at the Smackover level the engagement of the northerly part of the fault
plane, which probably had dip slip movement, with the southerly part of the
plane, with probable strike slip movement in part, may have resulted in at
least slight wrenching action.






BUREAU OF GEOLOGY


Coincidence of the Foshee fault with a zone of weakness in rocks
underlying the Louann salt would strengthen the possibility that a wrenching
movement was involved in the formation of the Jay structure.
It is quite possible that other oil accumulations in traps of the Jay type
occur in Florida parallel to the Foshee fault. Also, traps in northwestern
Florida, and especially south of Jay, may exist in other types of salt
structures. The type and size of salt structures in Clarke County, Mississippi
are controlled by the thickness of the mother salt (Hughes, 1968, p. 321). It
is anticipated that the salt thickness likewise will determine the characteristics
of salt structures in the northwestern part of Florida. And areas or bands of
similar salt thickness are likely to be oriented at least roughly parallel to the
strike of contours on top of a high resistivity marker in the Eutaw Formation
of the Upper Cretaceous section (Puri and Vernon, fig. 10, p. 30).

HUMBLE, NO. 1 LEHIGH ACRES DEVELOPMENT, INC.
DISCOVERY WELL

The Lehigh Acres discovery well, Section 14-45S-27E, Lee County,
southern Florida, was completed June 8, 1970. On Initial Pumping Production
test through perforations in the upper Sunniland Limestone at 11,472-482
feet this well yielded 508 BOPD (barrels of oil per day) plus 20 BWPD
(barrels of water per day); oil gravity was 27 degrees.
The Lehigh Acres area (figs. 1 and 3) is being developed with a 160-acre
spacing pattern. Development plans call for the drilling of several directional
holes from each of a limited number of surface pads, in deference to Lehigh
Acres Properties, which wishes to minimize damage to esthetic values.

DESCRIPTIONS
OF PRE-1970 FIELDS

SUNNILAND FIELD

The structural trap for this field (fig. 1), discovered in 1943 and operated
by the Humble Oil and Refining Company, is a northwest-southeast dome 2
miles wide and 4% miles long. There are 17 producing wells on this structure.
Production is from calcareous rock containing disoriented macro-fossils
(rudistids), which is reached at a depth of about 11,500 feet. This production
is obtained from five zones or porosity occurring within an interval beginning
at the top of the Sunniland Limestone and extending to a point about 60 feet
lower in the section. The intervals of hard calcilutite separating the five zones
vary from 3 to 10 feet in thickness (unpublished cross sections prepared by
Woodson R. Oglesby, Bureau of Geology). The lowermost of the five
productive zones, known as D zone, has a bottom-water drive, whereas the
four overlying zones have side-water drives.














/









DD locally drld
0 0






EXPLANATION
,240 la-I 1,240, being top of Lake Trafford Formation
eDD Directionally drilled hole
Oil permeability barrier
-280 Contour internal Ofeet


I






BUREAU OF GEOLOGY


The yield of the better wells in the field ranges from about 188 to 390
BOPD.
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. Some
reports state that the gravity of the oil in specified field wells is as low as 19
degrees; other reports quote figures as high as 26 degrees.
In 1969 submersible pumps were installed in some of the wells in the
Sunniland field to increase oil production. These pumps have not caused an
increase in the percentage of salt water production from this field (table 3).

Table 3. Salt Water Production in Barrels, and as a Percent
of Total Fluid Yield, Sunniland Field, 1967-1970, Inclusive.
Total Salt Water Percent of
Production from Field Total
Year (barrels) Fluid Yield
1967 1,646,215 74%
1968 1,693,749 74%
1969 2,301,566 75%
1970 1,902,445 73%


SUNOCO-FELDA FIELD

In 1964 the Sun Oil Company discovered the Sunoco-Felda field (figs. 1
and 3), located 18 miles north of the Sunniland field.
The Sunoco-Felda field contains 22 producing wells drilled on 160-acre
spacing; the limits of the field to the north, south and east are defined by
nine dry offset field wells, and three outpost wells. The production from the
better wells in the field ranges from about 160 to 240 BOPD.
Structural nosing associated with a decrease of oil permeability in
up-gradient directions where the section is relatively chalky is the trapping
mechanism in the Sunoco-Felda field.
This field produces from the upper part of the miliolilic Roberts zone, the
name used by the operator. State Board of Conservation Order No. 1,
December 15, 1964, designating this zone as the Roberts pool, described it in
the Sun Oil Company, No. 1 Red Cattle Company well, Section 30-45S-29E,
Hendry County, as occupying the interval from 11,420 to 11,570 feet. This
150 foot interval comprises the upper part of the Sunniland Limestone, which
is 190 feet thick in the No. 1 Red Cattle Company well. The Sunniland
Limestone is part of the Glen Rose Subgroup of the Lower Cretaceous Trinity
Group. This formation is described by Paul L. Applin (1960, p. 209-211).
The No. 1 Red Cattle Company well was perforated at 11,482-11,484
feet; this is a part of the stratigraphic interval which produces throughout the
Sunoco-Felda field. The top of these perforations are 62% feet below the top
of the Roberts zone; this perforated interval appears to be the correlative of
the D zone in the Humble Oil and Refining Company, No. 26 Gulf Coast






INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 80


Realties Corporation well of the Sunniland field. The subject productive
interval has a bottom water drive in both fields.
WEST SUNOCO-FELDA FIELD

The Sun Oil Company drilled the discovery well for the West Sunoco-Felda
field (figs. 1 and 3) in 1966 at a location 3 miles west of the Sunoco-Felda
field. State Board of Conservation Order No. 8, August 29, 1969, formally
recognized that there is no connection between the oil accumulation in the
West-Sunoco-Felda field, and that in the original Sunoco-Felda field, except
that of the common water drive of the area.
In the West Sunoco-Felda field oil is trapped in a local anticlinal feature
which has at least 60 feet of vertical relief. Oil permeability in miliolitic rock
was developed in an interval acted upon by relatively high wave energy along
the shore-line. In the West Sunoco-Felda field oil permeability is less desirable
in parts of the field where the productive rock is relatively chalky.
In the West Sunoco-Felda field the productive interval in the first three
producers was the porous interval of the Roberts zone which produces in the
Sunoco-Felda field; this is the stratigraphic equivalent of the D zone of the
Sunniland field. The combined oil yield of the Initial Pumping Production
Tests on these three wells was 243 BOPD; the per well average was 81 BOPD.
The fourteen subsequent producers in the West Sunoco-Felda field are
perforated in the C interval, which is the approximate stratigraphic equivalent
of the C zone of the Sunniland field. The C interval overlies, with little or no
separation, the well-stained Roberts zone porosity of the Sunoco-Felda field
(Babcock, 1970, fig. 4). The combined oil yield on Initial Production Tests of
these fourteen wells was 9,135 BOPD; the per well average was 653 BOPD.
Figure 4 shows the oil-water contact in the West Sunoco-Felda field. This
figure also indicates the amount by which the water must rise to reach the
top of perforations in field wells.
So far two dry holes and an abandoned producer have defined only the
northeast and southeast limits of the field.

MOBIL'S NEW FIELD
AT LAKE TRAFFORD

The Barron Collier, Jr., discovery well is so far the only well in Mobil's
new field at Lake Trafford (fig. 1). This well is located in Section 9-47S-28E,
Collier County, southern Florida, and about 1% miles southwest of Lake
Trafford. It was completed on March 30, 1968 with an Initial Pumping
Production of 118 BOPD and 78 BWPD through perforation at 11,870-892
feet. Subsequently, the well was re-cemented and re-perforated, and it
currently produces approximately 100 BOPD with no water. The top of the
productive interval, which occurs in the lower part of the Sunniland
Limestone, is about 15 feet above the Punta Gorda Anhydrite. The other







BUREAU OF GEOLOGY


SUN OIL CO.


* Productive well
+ Plugged and abandoned
SDnlling well
INITIAL PRODUCTION
G LP- 56-200BOPOD4Wells
SI.P.- 200-500 BOPD 8Wells
A IlP- 500-8000BOP 5Wells
V I.P.- 800-1100 BOPD 2 Wells
SI P.-1100-1316 BOPO 2 Wells

LCA" Lee Cypress "A" leave
RC"B" Red CattleCo.a"lease


Contour interval l0feet


-42 -11,428feet,top of perforations
to Thickness in feet of perforated interval
-- -- Oil-Water contact

Well for which the oil-water contact was
determined from coeselectrical
logs and gamma ray logs.
S Well for which the oil-water contact
was determined from cores and
the electrical log only.
77f Perwnt of total fluid recory in
ccntrd (edg)wel which was
sat water on the initial production
tet.






INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 80


fields in southern Florida produce from the upper part of the Sunniland
Limestone.
The rock from which production is obtained in the Mobil well consists of
hard calcilutite. It is understood that permeability in this rock was developed
by boring organisms on a mud flat.

PRODUCTION, 1970

Almost all of the State's 1970 oil production is from the five fields of
southern Florida, all of which operate on pump. The 1970 monthly
production by field for this part of the State, and the cumulated production
of the fields as of December 31, 1970, is included in tables 4 and 5. A
summation of this information for the five fields of southern Florida is:
Barrels
Cumulative
Production
Fields 1970 as of
Table tabulated Production December 31, 1970
4 Sunniland, 2,884,185 19,275,100
Sunoco-Felda (from 56 wells)
and West
Sunoco-Felda
5 Mobil's new 107,348 128,812
field, and (from 3
Lehigh Acres wells)
Total 2,991,533 19,403,912

In addition, table 6 shows that a total of 6,819 barrels of oil flowed from
the discovery well of the Jay field of northwestern Florida in 1970.
Data sheets for each well listed in production tables 4, 5 and 6 are
presented in appendix 1.

AVERAGE PRICES AT WELL HEAD
OF SOUTHERN FLORIDA CRUDE OIL, 1970

The average prices at the well head received in 1970 for southern Florida
crude oil are presented in table 7. These prices varied from $2.15 to $3.15.

ANTICIPATED INCREASE
IN PRODUCTION

In view of the new discoveries in Florida in recent years, and especially in
1970, an estimate of percent of production increase or decrease within the
next ten years is pertinent. Tables 4, 5 and 6, which present the production






BUREAU OF GEOLOGY


figure for the past three years, are considered in arriving at this estimate.
In making this estimate two assumptions are made which appear feasible,
but which do not reflect any information received by the State from the
operators. These assumptions are: 1)that a 12,000-BOPD increment in
separator plant capacity will be completed each October, 1971-1975, inclusive,
and 2) that an average of 2 rigs, each requiring 2 months per well, will drill
through September, 1974 when 48 field wells should be completed.
Other factors considered in the estimate include: the size of the Jay
structure as indicated by available subsurface control (fig. 2), the probable
allowable of its wells (1,000 BOPD), and the fact that it appears quite certain
that the field will be developed with a 160-acre spacing pattern.
On the basis of the foregoing considerations, table 8 shows the anticipated
increase in oil production, from the fields discovered as of December 31,
1970, for each year of the next ten years. Also, this table shows that in 1980
the oil production in Florida from fields already discovered will be about 7%
times the current production. A review of table 8 indicates that the 1980 level
of production will have been reached, approximately, as early as 1974.
As a matter of interest, the present oil production is 8% times the
production in 1960 (353,703 barrels).
It appears probable that in the coming decade new discoveries will be made
in both the northwestern part of the State, and in southern Florida. Table 8
shows that it is anticipated that by 1974 about 73 percent of Florida's oil
production will be derived from the Jay field. Obviously, each additional
discovery as good or better than Jay will result in a notable increase in the
production of the State.
The Mineral Industry Survey, U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of
Mines, October 23, 1970, estimated that the actual crude oil demand for
November, 1969 would be:
Daily Relative National
For State Of Barrels Position
Mississippi 177,000 10th
Alabama 18,000 21st
According to these statistics Mississippi is about 10 times more important as
an oil producing state than is Alabama. Also, since Florida's production in
1970 was about 8,500 BOPD, it appears that doubling this State's oil
production could almost raise it to the level of Alabama as a producer.
Table 9 shows that the approximate gas production in 1970 from Florida's
six fields was 307.8 million cubic feet; also, the anticipated gas production in
1980 from the six fields already discovered is 22,372 million cubic feet. From
these figures it is estimated that the gas production in 1980 from already
discovered fields will be about 73 times the 1970 production (22,372 mm cf
307.8 mm cf). Since much of this production will contain H2 S gas, some of
which will be transported across State boundary lines, it appears that the
Federal Government will be involved in pipeline specifications and regulations.







INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 80


RIGS OPERATING IN FLORIDA

Ten rigs were used in the drilling of 29 wells completed in 1970 (table 10).

GEOPHYSICAL ACTIVITY

OFFSHORE GEOPHYSICS

The 1970 Florida offshore geophysical permits, consisting entirely of
permits for seismic activity, are summarized in table 11; locations of the
permits are shown on figure 5. These presentations show that in 1970 there
were 11 permits for offshore geophysical activity. Ten of these permits were
for work performed on State and Federal water bottoms west and south of
Florida; and one permit was for a survey of Federal acreage offshore from the
Florida east coast.
The number of Florida offshore permits for each of the previous seven
years has been 5 in 1963, 7 in 1964, 10 in 1965, 13 in 1966, 23 in 1967, 19
in 1968, and 9 in 1969.

MAINLAND GEOPHYSICS

Details of Florida's mainland geophysical activity, 1970, which totaled 293
crew weeks, are presented in table 12; it appears that most, and possibly all,
of this work consisted of seismic surveying. For comparison, the 1969 figure
for geophysical activity was 236 crew weeks.
Table 13 recapitulates the 1970 geophysical activity by regional areas
within the State. This table shows that 247% crew weeks of work (91 percent
of the total) occurred in northwestern Florida. This mostly reflects the
interest in the Smackover prospects of this area. A total of 35% crew weeks
of geophysics (12 percent) occurred in southern Florida.

LAND

OFFSHORE ACREAGE

Figure 6 shows the locations, and a tabulation of lease information, for
Florida's two current offshore leases. The mineral rights of both of these
leases, containing a combined total of 3,910,460 acres, are held by the Coastal
Petroleum Company, and the annual rental received by the State from the
leases is $49,614.40.
Also, Coastal holds State Mineral Lease No. 248 on 11 lake bottoms of
Florida containing a combined total of 660,736 acres, including Lake
Okeechobee, with 467,200 acres. The annual rental on this lease is
$19,985.92.
In 1964 the Coastal Petroleum Company entered into a farmout agreement
with the Mobil Oil Corporation relative to the company's three water bottom









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leases of State acreage. Under the terms of this agreement Mobil may earn a
one-half interest in the oil and gas rights under these leases by the assumption
of certain obligations. With respect to minerals other than oil and gas and
including limestone, Mobil can earn such an interest only as to areas one mile
from the shore on Lease Nos. 224A and 224B.
In a Federal Court case which commenced October 20, 1969 and lasted
three days, Coastal brought suit against the U.S. Corps of Engineers, the
Trustees of the Internal Improvement Fund, and the Central and Southern
Florida Flood Control District. Coastal maintained that the defendants had
illegally denied the company the right to mine limerock from Lake
Okeechobee under the terms of its lease. As of December 31, 1970 Federal
Court proceedings had not reached a point of final conclusion relative to some
of the significant facets of the case, despite the fact that an opinion had been
rendered.
Coastal's obligations with respect to its Florida leases were suspended by
Federal Court action in October, 1969 pending the outcome of the above
litigation. A suspension has been granted by Coastal to Mobil with respect to
the latter's obligations under the 1964 farmout agreement between the two
companies.

MAINLAND ACREAGE

Current figures on acreage under lease on the Florida mainland are not
available to this office. In 1966, however, those figures totalled 3,754,136
acres.


NEW FLORIDA STATUTES
AFFECTING MINERALS

There were no Hearings before the Florida Department of Natural
Resources during 1970, nor were any new rules and regulations promulgated
in this period.
There were, however, several Florida statutes enacted in 1970 which affect
minerals, which are:
1) Chapter 193.481 Assessment of oil, mineral and other subsurface
rights.
This chapter provides that the subsurface owner of separately-owned
mineral deeds shall pay ad valorem property taxes for this ownership as
assessed at a just valuation. Further, tax certificates which encumber
subsurface rights may be negotiated just as in real property; in
particular, the owner of the fee title can purchase these certificates.
However, this law does not effect any contractual obligations existing on
June 4, 1969.






BUREAU OF GEOLOGY


Coastal
Petroleum\

Company


Coastal
Petroleum


224-B


Co. and
Lease
Coastal
224-A


Acres
Pet.Co.
1,936,100


224-B 1,974,360
Total 3,910,460


Rental


$22,566.40
$ 27,048.00
$49,614.40


Lease outlines are approximate






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2) Chapter 197.063 Delinquent taxes on subsurface rights; notice of
sale; rights of fee owner.
This statute provides for notification of the fee owner if the
certificates for subsurface mineral deeds are to be sold for taxes, so that
he may purchase these certificates at the maximum rate of interest
provided by law before bids are accepted for sale of the certificates.
3) Chapter 704.05 Easements and Rights of Entry.
This chapter specifies that easements given or reserved in connection
with any conveyance or devise of realty for purposes of exploration or
development can be cancelled after expiration of 20 years from date of
record if non-exercise of right to explore or develop can be proven.
On December 10, 1970 Senator David H. McClain profiled Senate Bill
210 which, if enacted into law in the 1971 Legislative Session, will
repeal Chapter 704.05.
An important effect of the three chapters discussed above would be to
prevent wide dispersal of title such as has occurred in other states. Chapter
704.05 Easements and Rights of Entry, in particular, seems to be especially
similar in intent to the proscription law of Louisiana.






BUREAU OF GEOLOGY


BIBLIOGRAPHY

Applin, Paul L.
1960 Significance of changes in thickness and lithofacies of the Sunniland
limestone, Collier County, Florida: U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper
400-B p. 209-211, 1 fig.
Babcock, Clarence V.
1971 Oil and Gas activities in Florida, 1969: Florida Bur. of Geology Information
Circular 71, 7 figs. 7 tables.
Hughes, Dudley J.
1968 Salt tectonics as related to several Smackover fields along the northeast rim
of the Gulf of Mexico Basin: Trans., Gulf Coast Assoc. of Geological
Societies, 11 p., 8 figs.

Keyes, Paul L.
1971 Jurassic geology of Flomaton area of southern Alabama (abst.): Am. Assoc.
Petroleum Geologists Bull, v 55, no. 2, Feb., 1971, p. 347

Marsh, Owen T.
1962 Relation of Bucatunna Clay Member (Byram Formation, Oligocene) to
geology and ground water of westernmost Florida: Geological Society
America BulL, v. 73, p. 243-252, 3 figs., 1 plate, February, 1962.

1966 Geology of Escambia and Santa Rosa counties, western Florida panhandle:
Florida Geological Survey Bull. 46, p. 140, 28 figs., 5 plates, 16 tables.

Puri, Harbans S.
1964 (and Vernon, Robert 0.) Summary of the geology of Florida and a
guidebook to the classic exposures: Florida Geological Survey Spec. Pub. 5,
p. 255, 37 figs., 11 plates, 4 tables.







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APPENDIX I

WELL DATA SHEETS, 1970














CHARLOTTE COUNTY
FGS Total
Permit Locality Acquisition Commenced Depth Elevation
No. Designation No. API No. Well Designation Completed (fet) (feet)
459 W Ch-41S-27E-7a* 09-015-20001 Exchange Oil and Gas Co. 11-10-70 13,432 61 Ground
No. 1 Payson et al 12-20-70
Location: Sec. 7-T41S-R27E (from the NW corer of Sec. 7, go South 1,335 feet and East 1,071.89 feet to location)
Drilling Contractor: Chapman Drilling Company
Subsurface Record:
a) P and A.
b) Confidential to December 17, 1971
*See Appendix 4 for explanation of Bureau of Geology well and locality designation system.








Permit Locality
No. Designation


FGS
Acquisition
No.


454 WCr-46S-29E-24b W-10714


API No.


COLLIER COUNTY


Well Designation


09-021-20009 Sun Oil Company
No. 24-1 Collier
Company "A"


Location: Sec. 24-T46S-R29E (1,042.15 feet FNL, and 1,034.46 feet I
-- from the center of the NE quarter)
Drilling Contractor: Chapman Drilling Co.
Subsurface Record:
a) and A, as follows:
Set 200-foot cement plug at 12,500-12,700 feet.
Set 300-foot cement plug at 11,450-11,750 feet.
Set 200-foot cement plug at 3,485-3,685 feet.
Placed a 10-sack cement plug in top of 9 5/8-inch casing.
Welded a '-inch steel plate over top of casing.
b) Casing program:


Casing
Casing String Diameter


10 inches
13 3/8
9 5/8


Conductor
Surface
Intermediate


Hole
Size


26 inches
17%
12%


EL of the section. This places


Total
Commenced Depth
Completed (feet)


11-20-70
12-22-70


12,700 46DF


the well 400 feet


Depth at Volume
which set of Cement


315 feet
1,273
3,585


500 sacks
800
300


00
Drill stem tests: none O
Mechanical logs: Induction-Electrical, 3,483-12,680
Electrical log tops:


Formation
Cedar Keys Limestone
Upper Cretaceous
Lower Cretaceous
Fredericksburg
Trinity
Sunniland Limestone


Depth
4,100 feet
5,564 feet
8,420 feet
9,020 feet
10,103 feet
11,480 feet


Datum
-4,053 feet
-5,517 feet
8,373 feet
-8,973 feet
-10,056 feet
-11,433 feet


Elevation
(feet)


Depth at Volume
which set of Cement










ESCAMBIA COUNTY
FGS
Permit Locality Acquisition Commenced
No. Designation No. API No. Well Designation Completed
451 WEs-6N-30W-37d 09-033-2003 The Louisiana Land & Exploration Co. 11-3-70
No. 1 McDavid Lands 37-4 12-31-70
Location: Sec 37-T6N-R-30W (1,320 feet North of South line, and 1,400 feet West of East line of Sec. 37)
Drilling Contractor: Delta Drilling Company
Subsurface Record:
a) Northwest outpost to Jay discovery well
b) Casing Program:
Casing Size Depth at Volume.
Casing String Diameter Hole which set of cement
Surface 10% 15 inches 3,547 feet 1,700 sacks of Howco lite cemen


Production*


9 7/8


Tubing 2 7/8
*This well had not been perforated as of the end of 1970.
c) Drill stem tests: None


15,706

15,263


t


Total
Depth Elevation
(feet) (feet)
15,719 MD 71.1 DF
15,713.66 TVD


plus 300 sacks of neat cement.
1,000 sacks of Class H cement with
18% salt, 35% silica flour, 4% HR-12
and 0.75% CFR-2


I


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ESCAMBIA COUNTY


Permit
No.


Locality
Designation


FGS
Acquisition
No.


440 WEs-SN-33W-2c


Location: Sec. 2-TSN-R33W (400 feet So
Drilling Contractor: Go Drilling Company
Subsurface Record:
a) P and A
b) Confidential well


API No.


Well Designation


09-033-20001 Southeastern Exploration, Ltd.
(1970) and Signal Oil and Gas Co.
No. 1 Lee
uth of the center pf the SW quarter of the section)


Total
Commenced Depth Elevation
Completed (feet) (feet)
9-29-70 15,942 301 DF
12-13-70



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HENDRY COUNTY
FGS Total
Permit Locality Acquisition Commenced Depth Elevation
No. Designation No. AlP No. Well designation Completed (feet) (feet)
424 WHy-46S-33E-17C W-10,625 09-051.20017 Exchange Oil & Gas Company 5-23-70 12,491 33DF
No, 1 Florida Land & Timber Co. 7-10-70
Location: Sec 17-T46S-R33E (from the SW corner of the section, go North 1,358 feet and East 1,316.3 feet to the location)
Drilling Contractor: Empire Drilling Company
'Subsurface Record:
a) P and A exploratory well, plugged as follows:
Set a 300-foot cement plug, 11,550-11,250 feet, across the Sunniland with 60 sacks of Class H cement with 12% gel
and 7-10% HR7; clear water was used.
Set HOWCO easy-drill retainer at 3,725 feet; placed a 100-foot cement plug below the retainer, and 100 foot cement
plug above, using 90 sacks of cement.
Grouted a 25-foot plug in the top of the 9 5/8-inch casing, using 10 sacks of neat common cement.
Cut all casing 3 feet below the surface and welded a steel plate over the upper-most string.
b) Casing program:
Casing Size Depth at Volume
Casing String Diameter Which s of cem ent .
Conductor 20 inches 26 inches 186 feet 500 sacks
Surface 13 3/8 17% 1,460 750 0
Intermediate 95/8 124 3,825 200
c) Conventional cores at: No. 1 11,374-11,395 feet
No. 2 11,395-11,407 ,
d) Drill Stem Tests:
Chokes Time Bottom Hole Pressures
Interval ices Oen Flowing Shut-in Recovery
S1,37411,407 ours 14U7 57 f94eet of Salt Water (40,000 ppm cl)
e) Mechanical Logs: Induction-Electrical
Borehole Compensated Sonic (with Caliper)
Dip Meter
f) Electrical log logs:
Formation Deth Datum
Lower Cretaceous feet ,264 feet
Fredericksburg 8,962 -8,925
Trinity 10,040 -10,003
Sunniland Limestone 11,365 -11,328




HENDRY COUNTY
FGS Total
Permit Locality Acquisition Commenced Depth Elevation
No. Designation No. AIP No. Well Designation Completed (feet) (feet)
431 WHy-45S-28E-30b W-10,706 09-051-20022 Humble Oil & Refining Co. 10-4-70 11,715 45.92DF
No. 301 Lee Cypress "A" 12-20-70
Location: Sec. 30-T45S-R28E (390 feet SW of the center of the NE quarter of the section)
Drilling Contractor: Empire Drilling Company
Subsurface Record:
a) West Sunoco-Felda field producing well. Initial Production on pump through perforations
at 11,460-470 feet after acidation with 300 gallons of 15% HCI was:
372 BOPD with 16 BWPD
Gravity, 26.2 degrees API
Pump Specifications-
Number of strokes per minute, 11 /4
Length of stroke, 12 feet
Size of working barrel, 2 inches
b) Casing program:
Casing Size Depth at Volume Depth of
Casing String Diameter Hole Which set of cement perforations
Conductor 20 inches 26 inches 208 feet 500 sacks
Surface 13 3/8 171/2 1,375 850
Intermediate 95/8 12% 3,592 300
Production 7 8% 11,715 450 11,460-11,470 feet
Tubing 2 7/8 7,000
c) Conventional Cores:
Cut Recovered
No. 1 11,436-11,455 feet Mifeet 14 feet
No. 2 11,455-11,462 7 4
No. 3 11,462-11,479 17 3
Nd. 4 11,479-11,503 24 12'/
No. 5 11,503-11,523 20 13Y2
d) Drill stem tests: none






(Continued)



e) Operations tops:
Formation Depth Datum
Cedar Keys 4,053 4,007
Upper Cretaceous 5,483 -5,437
Lower Cretaceous 8,402 .8,356
Fredericksburg 8,936 -8,890
Trinity 9,895 -9,849
Sunniland 11417 -11,371
Punta Gorda 11,659 -11,613


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HENDRY COUNTY
FGS Total
Permit Locality Acquisition Commenced Depth Elevation
No. Designation No. AIP No. Well Designation Completed (feet) (feet)
423 WHy-45S-28E-30C W-10,599 09-051-20016 Humble Oil & Refining Company 7-25-70 11,730 45.9 DF
No. 303 Lee Cypress "A"
Location: Sec. 30-T45S-R28E (from the SW corner of Sec. 30, go northerly 1,304.83 feet, and easterly
at right angles 1,320.1 feet to the location)
Drilling Contractor: Empire Drilling Company
Subsurface Record:
a) West Sunoco-Felda field producing well. Initial Production on pump through perforations at
11,470-11,475 feet was:
608 BOPD with 0.3 of 1% BS and W Z
Gravity, 26.2 degrees API
Pump Specifications-
Number of strokes per minute, 9
Length of stroke, 12 feet
Size of working barrels, 2 inches
b) Casing Program:
Casing Size Depth at Volume Depth of
Casing String Diameter Hole which set of Cement Perforations
Conductor 20 inches 26 inches 202 feet 500 sacks
Surface 13 3/8 17% 1,224 800
Intermediate 9 5/8 12% 3,591 400
Production 7 8% 11,730 400 11,470-11,475
Tubing 2 7/8 6,000
c) Drill stem tests: none
d) Conventional Cores:
No. 1 11,434-11,451 feet
No. 2 11,451-11,467
No. 3 11,467-11,493








Permit Locality
No. Designation


FGS
Acquisition
No.


AIP No,


HENDRY COUNTY


Well Designation


Total
Commenced Depth
Completed (feet)


420 WHy-45S-28E-30d W-10,708 09-051-20014 Humble Oil & Refining Company
No. 304 Lee Cypress "A"
Location: Sec. 30-T45S-R28E (1,100 feet North and West of the SE corner of the section)
Drilling Contractor: Empire Drilling Company
Surface Record:
a) West Sunoco-Felda field producing well. Initial Production on pump through perforations
feet after two acid treatments of 300 gallons of 15% HC1 in each case was:
752 BOPD with 2% BS and W
Gravity, 26.2 degrees API
Pump specifications-
Number of strokes per minute, 12
Length of stroke, 12 feet
Size of working, barrels, 2-inch insert pump


b) Casing Program:
Casing String
Conductor
Surface
Intermediate
Production
Tubing


Casing
Diameter
20 inch
13 3/8
9 5/8
7
2 7/8


Size
Hole
26 inch
17'/
12%
8%


Depth at
which set
210 feet
1,225
3,592
11,713
11,460


Volume
of cement
500 sacks
800
400
500


7-4-70
11-12-70


11,470 47.70 DF


at 11,443-11,454


Depth of
perforations


11,443-11,454 feet


c) Drill stem tests: None
d) Conventional Cores:


11,422-11,440 feet
11,447-11,465
11,466-11,480
11,497-11,509
11,590-11,634
12,470-12,481
12,482-12,494


Elevation
(feet)





HENDRY COUNTY


Locality
Designation


FGS
Acquisition
No.


WHy-45S-28E-32a W-10,431


AIP No.


Well Designation


Permit
No.
416


Total
Commenced Depth
Completed (feet)


2-15-70
4-7-70


11,674 46.6 DF


Location: Sec. 32-T45S-R28E (1,420 feet South and 1,527 feet East of the NW corner of the section)
Drilling Contractor: Empire Drilling Company
Subsurface Record:
a) West Sunoco-Felda field producing well. Initial Production on pump through perforations at
11,439-11,445 feet (Induction-Electrical Log) after acidation with 300 gallons of HCI was:
438 BOPD with 1.5% BS and W
Gravity, 26.7 degrees API
Tubing pressure, 40 pounds
Casing pressure, 30 pounds
Size of Working barrel, 2 inches
b) Casing Program:


Casing String
Conductor
Surface
Intermediate
Production
Tubing


Casing
Diameter
20 inch
13 3/8
9 5/8
7
2 7/8


Size
Hole
26 inch
17%
12/4


c) Conventional cores from: 11,426-11,649 feet
d) Drill stem tests: None
e) Mechanical logs: Induction-Electrical
Borehole Compensated Sonic


Depth at
which set
201 feet
1,234
3,608
11,674
11,456


Volume
of cement
500 sacks
800
400


09-051-20011 Humble Oil & Refining Company
No. 322 Lee Cypress "A"


Elevation
(feet)






(Continued)

f) Electrical log tops:
Marker Depth Datum
Cedar-Keys Limestone 4,3 feet 3M991 feet
Upper Cretaceous 5,472 -5,425
Lower Cretaceous 8,365 -8,318
Fredericksburg 8,922 -8,875
Trinity 9,995 -9,948
Lake Trafford Formation 11,242 -11,195
Sunniland Limestone 11,393 -11,346




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HENDRY COUNTY


FGS
Permit Locality Acquisition
No. Designation No.
419 WHy-45S-28E-32c W-10,444


API No.
09-051-20013


Well Designation
Humble Oil & Refining Company
No. 323 Lee Cypress "A"


Total
Commenced Depth
Completed (feet)
5-24-70 11,650
5-19-70


Location: Sec. 32-T45S-R28E (1,540 feet North and East of the SW corner of the section)
Drilling Contractor: Empire Drilling Company
Subsurface Record:
a) West Sunoco-Felda field producing well. Initial Production on pump through perforations at
11,462-11,470 feet after acidation with 300 gallons of 15% HC1 was:
662 BOPD with 5% BS and W
Gravity, 26.0 degrees API
Size of working barrel, 2 inches
b) Casing Program:


Casing
Diameter
20 inch
13 3/8
9 5/8
7
2 7/8


Size
Hole
26 inch
17%
12/4
8%3


Depth at
which set
201 feet
1,227
3,607
11,690
11,490


Volume
of cement
500 sacks
800
400
400


Depth of
Perforations



11,462-11,470 feet


f) Conventional cores:
11,403-11,455 feet
11,466-11,484
11,491-11,492
11-564-11,601
11,607-11,627
g) Drill stem tests: None


Elevation
(feet)
49.68 DF


Casing String
Conductor
Surface
Intermediate
Production
Tubing










HENDRY COUNTY
FGS Total
Permit Locality Acquisition Commenced Depth Elevation
No. Designation No. API No. Well Designation Completed (feet) (feet)
'433 WHy-45S-28E-32ad W-10,624 09-051-20024 Humble Oil & Refining Company 8-26-70 11,735 46.0 DF
No. 324 Lee Cypress "A" 10-13-70
Latin Sec 32-T45S-R28E (660 feet South of north line and 660 feet East of west line of SE quarter of the section.)
Drilling Contractor: Empire Drilling Company
Subsurface Record:
a) West Sunoco-Felda producing well. Initial Production on pump through perforations at
11,440-11,454 feet after acidation with 300 gallons of HCI was:
912 BOPD with 9 BWPD (1.1%)
Gravity, 26.2 degrees API
Pump specifications-
Number of strokes per minute, 10% o
Size of working barrel, 2 inches
b) Casing Program:
Casing Size Depth at Volume Depth of
Casing String Diameter Hole which set of Cement perforations
Conductor 20 inches 26 inches 207 feet 500 sacks
Surface 13 3/8 17/2 1,318 800
Intermediate 95/8 12/4 3,599 400
Production 7 8% 11,730 500 11,440-11,454 feet
Tubing 2 7/8 6,000
c) Drill stem tests: None







Permit Locality
No. Designation


FGS
Acquisition
No.


437 WHy-45S-28E-35d W-10,710


API No.


HENDRY COUNTY


Well Designation


09-051-20026 Humble Oil & Refining Company
No. 354 Red Cattle Co.


Total
Commenced Depth
Completed (feet)


9-6-70
10-13-70


11,690 50.15 DF


Location: Section 35-T45S-R28E (from the SE corner of the SE quarter of Section 35, go westerly along the South line
1,010 feet; thence northerly 1,140 feet at right angles to the location.)
Drilling Contractor: Empire Drilling Company
Subsurface Record:
a) P and A as follows:
Set a plug from 11,680 feet to 11,080 feet using 200 sacks of Class H cement.
Set a retainer at 3,500 feet. Squeezed 100 sacks of cement below the retainer, and placed
100 sacks on top of it. This plug was tagged at 3,310 feet.
Set a plug from 300 feet up to 50 feet, using 80 sacks of cement.
Cut off casing below ground level and welded a plate on top.
No casing was pulled from the well.
b) Casing Program:


Casing String
Conductor
Intermediate
Surface


Casing
Diameter
20 inches
13 3/8
95/8


c) Conventional Cores:
No. 1'
No. 2
No. 3


Size
Hole
26 inches
17
12%


Depth at
which set
207 feet
1,214
3,625


Volume
of cement
400 sacks
800
400


11,485-11,501 feet
11,501-11,523
11,627-11,636


d) Drill stem tests: None
e) Mechanical logs: Induction-Electrical, 3,620-11,690 feet
f) Electrical log tops:


Elevation
(feet)




(Continued)

Formation Depth Datum
Cedar Keys Limestone 4,061 feet' .4,010 feet
Upper Cretaceous 5,517 -5,466
Lower Cretaceous 8,317 -8,320
Fredericksburg 8,940 -8,889
Trinity 10,032 -9,981
Lake Trafford Formation 11,290 -11,239
Sunniland Limestone 11,448 -11,397








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HENDRY COUNTY


FGS
Permit Locality Acquisition
No. Designation No,
418 Wily-485-33E-8a


API No. Well Designation
09-051-20012 Mobil Oil Corporation
No. 1 Seminole Tribe


Total
Commenced Depth
Completed (feet)
3-21-70 12,503
8-22-70


Location: Sec. 8-T48S-R33E (1.341 feet FWL and 1.320 feet FNL of section)
Subsurface Record:
a) P and A exploratory tests, plugged as follows:
I) Squeezed perforations at 9,629-9,645 feet and 9,669-9,693 feet with 100 sacks,
2) Set 500-foot plug consisting of 75 sacks of cement inside the 7-inch casing.
3) Set 50-sack cement plug in the annulus of the 7-inch and 9 5/8-inch casing strings
from a depth of 93 feet to the surface.
4) Set a 70-sack cement plug in the annulus of the 9 5/8-inch and 13 3/8-inch casing strings
5) Cut all casing strings below plow-line (4 feet).
6) Set a 15-foot plug in top of the casing.
7) Welded a steel plate on top of the uppermost string of casing.
8) Cleaned the location.


b) Casing program:
Casing String
Conductor
Surface
Intermediate
Production


Casing
Diameter
20 inch
13 3/8
9 5/8
7


Size
Hole
26 inch
20
141/
8%


Depth at
which set
234 feet
1,625
4,010
11,919


Volume
of cement
500 sacks
1,000
700
1,000


c) Drill stem tests (in open hole):


Depths of
Perforations


11,375-11,404 feet
11,398-11,412
10,11 1-10,127
9,629-9,693


Bottom Hole pressures (psi)


Chokes
Interval (inches)
9,522.9,556 feet

Interval
9,522-9.556 fect


11,407-11,437 feet


Time Hydro-
Open static
5/8 and 1/4 3 1/3 hours


Flowing Shut-in


Chokes Time Hydro-
(inches) Open Static
5/8 and 1/4 3 1/3 hours 4,314


5/8 and 3/16 15 minute (1st) 5,255 (1st)
5 hours (2nd)


Recovery


Flowing Shut-in
765-1574 4180
(shut-in
30 min)


1359-1842
(1st) 1,681-
4,556 (2nd)


Recovery
1,000-foot water cushion, and 7,200 fcct of
salt water (65.000 ppm CI: high in sulphides)


5072 (Ist) 6,250 feet of salt water
5110 (2nd) 850 feet of oil


Elevation
(feet)
36 DF






i) Tfling Ihiouigh perluratiuns:
Perforated and
Type Tested Interval
Swab 11,375-11,404 feet


Intermediate step:

11,398-11,412 feet



10,111-10,127 feet
Perforated and
Tested Interval
Intermediate steps:


Recovery
1) Swabbed to 4.500 feet, Recovered 5% oil and 95% fresh water.
2) Swabbed to 8,500 feet. Recovered 18% oil and 82% fresh water.
3) Acidized perforations with 500 gallons of 15% IICI; then swabbed
to 3,500 feet with fluid level at 2,700 feet. Recovered 10-20% oil,
load water, and salty acid water.
4) Swabbed for 24 hours. Recovered 51 barrels of oil (25%) and
150 barrels of salt water (75%),
Perforated 11,418-11,420 feet with 4 shots per foot; then acidized perforations
with 250 gallons of 7%% HCI. Next block squeezed perforations with 100 sacks of cement.
1) Swabbed for 16 hours. Recovered 8 barrels of oil 98 barrels of fresh
water, and 20 barrels of brackish water.
2) Acidized perforations with 500 gallons of 15% HCI. Then, tested for
16 hours. Recovered 3 barrels of oil, 66 barrels of fresh water, and
88 barrels of salt water.
1) In 24 hours pumped 77 barrels of salt water (no oil).


1) Perforated 9,700.9,704 feet and block squeezed with 100 sacks.
2) Perforated 9,5569,560 feet and block squeezed with 100 sacks.
3) Perforated 9,669-9,693 feet and pumped dry.
4) Acidized perforations at 9,669-9,693 feet, and 9,629.9,645 feet with
500 gallons of 1% HCI.


9.669-9,693 feet 1) Pumped 120 barrels of salt water per day (90,000 ppm), and a
9,629-9,645 feet trace of oil.


(e) ,Conventional cores:
No. 1 11,407-11,437 feet
No. 2 11,437-11,449
No. 3 11,449-11,468
No. 4 11,468-11,490


Recovery
16 feet
11
15
22


f) Mechanical Logs


g) Electrical log tol


Induction Electrolog
BHC Acoustilog


Formation
Upper Cretaceous
Lower Cretaceous
Fredricksburg
Trinity
Lake Trafford Formation
Sunniland Limestone


Depth
5,233
8,165
8,881
10,004
11,228
11,380


Datum
feet (?) -5,196 feet (?)
(?) .8,128 (?)
-8,884
-9,967
-11,191
-11,343


Swab



Pump
Type
Test





Pump








Locality
W -y45S.2E-29c


FGS
Acquisition
W-10,598


HENDRY COUNTY


A 1.- Well Deignation
09051-20015 Sun Oil Company
No. 29-3 Red Cattle Co. "B"


Commenced
nmle-2470
5-24-70


Location: Sec 29-T45S-R28E (1,355.73 feet FWL and 1,316.84 feet FSL of the section)
Drilling Contractor: Empire Drilling Company


Subsurface Record:
a) West Sunoco-Felda field producing well. Initial Production on pump
737 BOPD with 21 BWPD (2.8%)
Gravity, 27.6 degrees API
Pump specifications-
Number of strokes per minute, 17
Length of stroke, 8 feet 4 inches
b) Casing program:


Casing String
Conductor
Surface
Intermediate
Production
Tubing
e) Drill stem tests: None


f) Conventional cores:


Casing
Diameter
20 inches
13 3/8
9 5/8
5 'A
27/8


No. 1
No. 2
No. 3
No. 4
No. 5
No. 6


Size
Hole
26 inches
171/2
12%
8%


through perforations at 1,,432-11 442 was:


Depth at
which set
202 feet
1,331
3,567
11,555
11,444


Volume of
cement
500 sacks
800
200
450


Depth of
Perforations


11,432-11,442 feet


11,398-11,403% feet
11,404-11,421%
11,424-11,438
11,441-11,461
11,465-11,478%
11,484-11,493


Permit
421


Total
Depth
=1


Elevation
(feet)
49 DF









HENDRY COUNTY


Permit


Locality


FGS
Acquisition


Commenced


Total
Depth


No. Designation No. API No. Well Designation Completed (feet)
413 WHy.45S-28E-29d W-10,441 09-051-20008 Sun Oil Company 1-13-70 11,550
No. 29-4 Red Cattle Co. "B" 3-2-70
Location: Sec. 29-T45S-R28E (1,116.3 feet FEL and 1,075.49 feet FSL of section)
Drilling Contractor: Empire Drilling Company
Subsurface Record:
a) West Sunoco-Felda field producing well. Initial Production on pump through perforations at 11,451-11,464 feet after
acidation with 1,000 gallons of 15% HC1 was:
538 BOPD with 2.5% BS and W
Gravity, 26.2 degrees API
Daily gas volume, 248,000 cubic feet (GOR, 461 to 1)
Pump specifications: Strokes per minute, 100
Length of Stroke, 14 feet
Size of working barrel, 1% inches


Casing
Casing String Diameter


Conductor 20 inch
Surface 13 3/8
Intermediate 9 5/8
Oil String 5%
Tubing 2 7/8
c) Conventional cores from: 11,446-11,447 feet
d) Drill stem tests: None
e) Mechanical logs: Borehole Compensated So
Induction Electrical


Size
Hole

26 inch
17'/2
12
83/


Depth at Volume
which set of cement


213 feet
1,345
3,592
11,550
6,496


500 sacks
650
200
450


nic-Gamma Ray


Elevation
(feet)
50 DF


b) Casing program:





HENDRY COUNTY


Permit Locality
No. Designation


FGS
Acquisition
No.


428 WHy45S-28E-31b W-10,658


API No.


Well Designation


09-051-20020 Sun Oil Company
No. 31-1 Red Cattle Co. "B"


Total
Commenced Depth
Completed (feet)


7-28-70
9-16-70


11,700 47 DF


Location: Sec. 31-T45S-R28E (1,301.32 feet FEL and 1,319.75 feet FNL of the section)
Drilling Contractor: Empire Drilling Company
Subsurface Record:
a) West Sunoco-Felda field producing well. Initial Production on pump through perforations at 11,416-11,434 feet after
acidation with 1,000 gallons of 15% HCI was:
1,275 BOPD with 8 BW (0.62 of 1%)
Gravity, 24.3 degrees API
GOR, 31 to 1 (daily gas production, 40 mcf)
Number of strokes per minute, 12
Length of stroke, 12 feet
Size of working barrel, 2% inches
b) Casing program:


Casing String
Conductor
Surface
Intermediate
Production
Tubing
c) Conventional cores: No. 1
No. 2
No. 3
No. 4
No. 5


Casing
Diameter
20 inches
13 3/8
95/8
5%1
2%


Size
Hole
26 inches
17%
12
8%


Depth at
which set
204 feet
1,268
3,505
11,700
4,547


Volume
of cement
500 sacks
950
200
550


Depth of
Perforations



11,416-11,434 feet


11,421-11,432 feet
11,434-11,452
11,455-11,466
11,468-11,477
11,484-11,495


Elevation
(feet)






HENDRY COUNTY


Permit Locality
No. Designation


FGS
Acquisition
No,


414 WlHy-45S-28E-33c W-10,486


API No.


Well Designation


09-051-20009 Sun Oil Company
No. 33-3 Red Cattle Co. "B"


Total
Commenced Depth
Completed (feet)


12-3-69
1-5-70


11,682 46 DF


Location: Sec. 33-T45S-R28E (1,555 feet FSL, and 1,325 feet FWL of section)
Drilling Contractor: Empire Drilling Company
Subsurface Record:
a) Temporarily abandoned south offset to the West Sunoco-Felda field, plugged as follows:
Cement plug at 11,382-11,682 feet, consisting of 116 sacks of Slo Set cement
Cement plug at 3,470-3,670 feet, consisting of 75 sacks of cement
b) Casing program:


Casing String
Conductor
Surface
Intermediate


Casing
Diameter
20 inches
13 3/8
9 5/8


Size
Hole
26 inches
17/2
12/4


Depth at
which set
210 feet
1,380
3,570


Volume
of Cement
500 sacks
800
200


c) Drill stem tests:


Interval
11,490-497 feet


Chokes
(Inches)
3/8 & 3/16


11,637-682 feet 5/8 & 3/16


Time
Open
6 hours
5 hours


Bottom Hole
Pressures


Flowing
4,935 psi
869 psi


Shut-in
4,962 psi
3,398 psi


Recovery
Water cushion plus 9,000 feet
of filtrate water


d) This well was cored from 11,455-11,672 feet
e) Mechanical logs: Induction-Electrical
Borehole Compensated Sonic-Gamma Ray


Elevation
(feet)






Permit Locality
No. Designation


FGS
Acquisition
No.


426 WHy-45S-28E-31a W-10,661


API No.


HENDRY COUNTY


Well Designation


09-051-20018 Sun Oil Company
No. 31-2 Red Cattle Co. "B"
I


Total
Commenced Depth
Completed (feet)


9-6-70


11,575 47 DF


Location: Sec. 31-T45S-R28E (1,384.80 feet FWL, and 1,142.24 feet FNL of the section)

Drilling Contractor: Empire Drilling Company

Subsurface Record:
a) West Sunoco-Felda field producing well. Initial Production on pump through
acidation with 1,000 gallons of 15% HC1 was:
1,316 BOPD with 4 BWPD (0.3 of 1%)
Gravity, 26 degrees API
GOR, 55 to 1 (daily gas volume 72 mcf)
Pump specifications
Number of strokes per minute, 12
Length of stroke, 12 feet
Size of working barrel, 2 inches
b) Casing program:


Casing String
Conductor
Surface
Intermediate
Production
Tubing
c) Conventional cores: No. 1
No. 2
No. 3
d) Drill stem tests: None


Casing
Diameter
20 inches
13 3/8
9 5/8
51h
2 7/8


Size
Hole
26 inches
17/4
12%
8%


perforation at 11,434-11,451 feet after


Depth at
which set
203 feet
1,266
3,555
11,575
5,507


Volume of
of cement
500 sacks
800
200
500


Depth of
Perforations


11,434-11,451 feet


11,441-11,456 feet
11,458-11,475
11,479-11,499


Elevation
(feet)










Permit Locality
No. Designation
429 WHy-45S-28E-31c


FGS
Acquisition
No.


API No.


HENDRY COUNTY


Well Designation


Total
Commenced Depth
Completed (feet)


09-051-20021 Sun Oil Company 10-16-70
No. 31-3 Red Cattle-McCabe Unit "A" 12-22-70


Elevation
(feet)


11,590 44 DF


Location: Sec 31-T45S-R28E (1,284.67 feet FWL and 1,830.2 feet FSL of the section)
Drilling Contractor: Empire Drilling Company
Subsurface Record:


a) West Sunoco-Felda field producing well. Initial Production on pump through perforations at 11,454-11,458 and 11,470-
11,478 after acidation with 15% HCI was:
315 BOPD with 110 BWPD (25.9%)
Gravity, 24.0 degrees API
GOR, 83 to 1 (daily gas production, 26 mcf)
Pump specifications-
Strokes per minute, 9
Length of stroke, 12 feet
Size of working barrel, 2 inches


b) Casing program:


Casing String
Conductor
Surface
Intermediate
Production
Tubing
c) Drill stem tests: None


Casing
Diameter
20 inches
13 3/8
9 5/8
5%
2 7/8


Size
Hole
26 inches
17%
12%
8%


Depth at
which set
207 feet
1,264
3,565
11,590


Volume
of cement
500 sacks
700
400
450


Depth of
Perforations


11,454-11,458 feet
11,470-11,478


I





f





LEE COUNTY


Permit Locality
No. Designation


FGS
Acquisition
No. API No.


Well Designation


Total
Commenced Depth
Completed (feet)


447 WLe-45s-27E-11c W-10,712 09-071-20008-01 Humble Oil & Refining Company
No. 113 Consolidated Financial Corp.


10-26-70
12-20-70


12,400MD 51 DF
11,748.24 TVD


Location: Sec. 11-T45S-R27E (Surface location: from the NW corner of Sec. 14-T45S-R27E, go easterly 1,235.8 feet;
thence southerly 1,568.6 feet at right angles there to the location)
(Bottom hole location: from the SW corner of Sec. 11-T45S-R27E, go easterly 1,314.4 feet;
thence northerly 1,330.1 feet at right angles thereto to the location)
Note: The No. 113 well was a directional hole drilled after a sidetrack was placed in the Humble, No. 1 Lehigh Consolidated
well. As of December 31, 1970 the No. 113 well was the only directional hole drilled as a sidetrack from a previous hole.
Drilling Contractor: Loffland Brothers
Subsurface Record:
a) Confirmation offset well for the Lehigh Acres area. Initial Production on Pump, from perforations at 12,123-12,126
feet, measured depth (11,500-11,503 feet, true vertical depth), after acidation with 600 gallons of 15% HCI was:
538 BOPD with 21.5% BS and W
Gravity, 26.2 degrees API
Pump specifications-
Number of strokes per minute, 11
Size of working barrel, 2 inches
b) Casing program:


Casing String
Conductor
Surface
Intermediate
Production
Tubing


Casing
Diameter
20 inch
13 3/8
9 5/8
7
2 7/8


Size
Hole
26 inches
171
12%
8%


Depth at
which set
212 ft.
1,221
3,607
12,398
7,000


Volume
of cement
500 sacks
950
650
500


Depth of
Perforations


12,122-12,126 feet


Elevation
(feet)


Pw







(Continued)


c) Conventional cores:
No. 1
No. 2
No. 3
d) Drill stem tests: None
e) Operator's tops:


Measured Depth
12,120-12,133
12,133-12,140
12,140-12,167


Formation
Cedar Keys
Upper Cretaceous
Lower Cretaceous
Fredericksburg
Trinity
Sunniland
Punta Gorda


Cut
13 feet
7
27


Recovered
12% feet
6%
24


Measured
Depth
4,051 feet
5,518
8,763
9,414
10,654
12,099
12,380


True Vertical
Depth Datum
4,051 feet -4,000 feet
5,485 -5,434
-8,374 -8,374
9,000 -8,949
10,100 -10,049
11,450 -11,399
11,720 -11,669





LEE COUNTY
FGS Total
Permit Locality Acquisition Commenced Depth Elevation
No. Designation No. API No. Well Designation Completed (feet) (feet)
422 WLe45S-27E-26b W-10,478 09-071-20003 Humble Oil & Refining Company 5-6-70 11,860 46.9 DF
No. 261 Lee Cypress "A" 6-24-70 Measured
depth*
Location: Sec. 26-T45S-R27E (Surface location: 583.5 feet FNL, 300 feet FEL of the section. Bottom
hole location: 1,320 feet FNL, 1,320 feet FEL of section).

This well is located 2 miles SSE of the discovery well for the Lehigh Acres
area; and it is about 1% miles NW of nearest production in the West Sunoco-
Felda field.
Drilling Contractor: Empire Drilling Company
Subsurface Record:
a) P and A step-out well located between the discovery well for the Lehigh Acres area the West Sunoco-
Felda field. The plugging procedure was:
Set a 60-foot cement plug from 11,200-11,800 feet, using 300 sacks of cement
Set a retainer at 3297 feet and squeezed 100 sacks below and 100 sacks above the retainer.
Installed a pumping tree. Casing left in the hole was 20-inch at 235 feet; 13 3/8-inch
at 1,173 feet; and 5/8-inch at 3,611 feet; no production string was set.
*This was a directionally-drilled hole, but the Directional Drilling Record covers the hole only to a o
Measured Depth of 11,785 feet; at this point the True Vertical Depth was 11,645 feet.
b) Drill stem tests: None
c) Chemical and shooting record: None
d) Conventional cores: 11,577-11,641 feet
11,649-11,663
11,785-11,796
11,799-11,859
e) Mechanical logs: Induction Electrolog, 3,604-11,826


















f) Electrical log tops:

Marker
Cedar Keys Limestone
Upper Cretaceous
Lower Cretaceous
Fredricksburg
Trinity
Lake Trafford
Sunniland Limestone


Measured
Depth
4,012
5,538
8,512
9,083
10,180
11,425
11,571


True Vertical
Depth Datum
4,012 -3,965
5,512 -5,465
8,402 -8,355
8,967 -8,920
10,052 -10,005
11,286 -11,239
11,432 -11,385


(Continued)




LEE COUNTY


FGS
Permit Locality
No. Designation
407 WLe-45S.27E-14b


FGS
Acquisition
No.
W-I0566


API No. Well Designation
09-071-2002 Humble Oil & Refining Company
No. I Lehigh Acres Development, Inc.


Total
Commenced
Completed
5-2669
5-24-70


Depth
(feet)
15,710


Location: Sec. 14-T45S-R27E (1,661.3 feet South of the North line, and 1,302.5 feet East of the West line of Section 14)
Drilling Contractor: Penrod Drilling Company
Subsurface Record:
a) Discovery well for the new field at Lehigh Acres. Initial Production on pump through perforations at 11,472-
11,484 feet after acidation with 500 gallons of HCI was:
508 BOPD with 3.5% BS and W
Gravity, 25.1 degrees API
Pump specifications-
Number of strokes per minute, 8
Length of stroke, 12 feet
Size of working barrel, 2 inches
c) Casing program


Casing String
Conductor
Surface
Intermediate
Production


Casing
Diameter
22 inches
16
10%
7 5/8


Size
Hole
26 inches
20
15
9 7/8


Depth at
which set
224 feet
1,206
3,991
12,754


Volume
of cement
600 sacks
1,000
400
800


Depth of
Perforations


11,472-11,484 feet


Note: This well was plugged back from the total depth of 15,710 feet to a depth of 12,650 feet. To accomplish
this a retainer was set at 12,650 feet; then 150 sacks of cement were squeezed below the retainer and
50 sacks were placed above the retainer, with the top at 12,550 feet.


d) Conventional cores: No.
No.
No.
No.
No.
No.
No.
No,
No.
No. 1
e) Drill stem tests:


Chokes
I.45441,501 5/8


11,442-11,502 feet Mteet
11,502-11,542 40
11,542-11,602 60
11,602-11,662 60
11,662-11,722 60
12,464-12,524 60
12,524-12,584 60
14,767-14,827 60
15,197-15,251 54
15,703-15,710 7


Recovered
60 feet
35
60
59
60
60
59
60
51
6


Bottom Hole
Pressures


Time
2 hurs


fwingsi Shutsi
1.'334 psl 4,921 ps


000 f eat of water cushion 6,160 feet of 22-degree
gravity oil. 180 feet of salt water cut mud.


Elevation
(feet)
57.1







LEE COUNTY
I"GS Total
Permit Locality Acquisition Commenced Depth elevation
No. Designation No. API No. Well resignationn Completed (feet) (feet)
425 WLe-45S.271Eia W.10600 09.071.20004 Humble Oil and Refining Co, 7-8.70 11.743 51.5 DF
No. 82 Lehigh-Consolidated Unit 8-15.70
Location: Sec. 8.T45S.R27E (from the NW corner of the section, go 1,572.91 feet along the North line; thence Southerly 1006.79
at right angles to the location)
This well is 3 1/8 miles WNW of the Lehigh Acres discovery well
Drilling Contractor: Loffland Bros.
Subsurface Record:
a) P and A exploratory test in Lehigh Acres area, plugged as follows:
Set a 570-foot cement plug, 11,720-11,150 feet, using 200 sacks of cement.
Set a cement retainer at 3,488 feet, and squeezed 100 sacks below the retainer, then placed 100 sacks on
top of it; tagged the top of the cement at 3,241 feet.
Grouted 80 sacks of cement in the top of the 9 5/8-inch casing, from 200 feet up to 10 feet below ground surface.
Squeezed 150 sacks of cement into the annulus between the 9 5/8-inch and 13 3/8-inch casing strings.
b) Drill Stem Tests:
Bottom Hole
Pressures
Choke Time
Interval (Inches) Open Flowing Shut-in Recovery
11,450-11,487 feet 5/8 3 hrs. 45 min 1,347 psi 4,705 psi 434 feet of salt water
11,497-11,552 5/8 2 hrs. 30 min. 3,734 5,138 9,100 feet of rat hole mud and salt water
11,655-11,743 5/8 3 hrs. 15 min. 913 1,125 135 feet of rat hole water
c) Mechanical logs: Induction-Electrical, 3,616-11,743 feet
d) Electrical log tops:
Depth Datum
Marker (feet) (feet)
Cedar Keys Limestone 4,070 -4,018
Upper Cretaceous 5,527 -5,475
Lower Cretaceous 8,450 -8,398
Fredericksburg 8,993 -8,941
Trinity 10,080 -10,028
Lake Trafford 11,317 -11,265
Sunniland 11,470 -11,418
Punta Gorda 11,735 -11,683






LEE COUNTY
FGS Total
Permit Locality Acquisition Commenced Depth Elevation
No. Designation No. API No. Well Designation Completed (feet) (feet)
439 WLe-45S-27E-15d W-10629 09-071-20008 Humble Oil and Refining Co. 8-26-70 12,520 MD 51 DF
No. 154 Lehigh Consolidated 10-26-70 11,710 TVD
Location: Sec. 15-T45S-R27E (Surface location: From the NW corner of Sec. 14, go easterly along the North line
1,266.2 feet; then southerly 1,705.3 feet at right angles. The bottom-hole location is the center of the
SE quarter of Sec. 15).
This location is about'% mile SW of the discovery well for Lehigh Acres area.
Note: Subsequent to the drilling of the No. 154 Lehigh Consolidated well as the original (and Directionally-drilled hole, the hole was
sidetracked to drill the No. 113 Consolidated Financial Corp. well
Drilling Contractor: Loffland Bros.
Subsurface Record:
a) P and A SW diagonal offset to the discovery well for the Lehigh Acres area, plugged as followed:
Placed a cement plug from 12,490 to 11,850 feet, using 200 sacks of cement
Set a HOWCO bridging basket at 4,627 feet and placed 50 sacks of cement on top. Tagged top of plug at
4,451 feet. Placed 100-sack cement plug with top at 4,356 feet. Set a 150-sack cement plug with
15 pounds of sand per sack, with the top of plug at 4,117 feet. Dressed plug from 4,117-4,204 feet. Side-
tracked hole at 4,204 feet to drill the No. 113 Consolidated Financial Corporation well.
b) Casing Program:
Casing Hole Depth at Volume
Casing String Diameter Size which Set of Cement
Conductor 20 inch 26 inch 212 feet 500 sacks
Surface 13 3/8 171/2 1,221 950
Intermediate 9 5/8 12/4 3,607 650
c) Drill stem tests: None
d) Conventional cores: 12,296-12,326 feet
e) Mechanical logs: Induction Electrical
Borehole Compensated Sonic-Gamma Ray
Directional Drilling Record










(Continued)










f) Operator's tops:
True
Measured Vertical
Marker Depth Deth Datum
Cedar Keys 4,051 feet 4,051 feet -4,000 feet
Upper Cretaceous 5,506 5,480 -5,429
Lower Cretaceous 8,824 8,425 -8,374
Fredericksburg 9,479 8,980 -8,929
Trinity 10,734 10,050 -9,999
Sunniland Limestone 12,245 11,435 -11,384

















NASSAU COUNTY


Permit Locality
No. Designation


FGS
Acquisition
No.
W-10,715


API No.


Well Designation


09-089-20002 Pan American Petroleum Corp.
No. 2 IT' Rayonier, Inc.


Total
Commenced Depth
Completed (feet)


10-26-70
12-4-70


5,444


I
Elevation
(feet)
34 DF


Sec. 50-T3N-R27E (From the West corner of Section 55, ,1,115 feet northeasterly along NW line of Section 55 and
then 784 feet northwesterly at right angles to northwest line of Section 55, location being in
Section 50-T3N-R27E)


Drilling Contractor: Justiss Mears Oil Co., Inc.
Subsurface Record:
a) P and A exploratory test
b) This is a confidential well data on which will be released July 18, 1971


449

Location:


WNa-3N-27E-50

















ORANGE COUNTY
FGS Total
Permit Locality Acquisition Commenced Depth Elevation
No. Designation No. API No. Well Designation Completed (feet) (feet)
441 WOr-23S-33E-20ba 09-095-20001 Texaco, Inc. 10-7-70 7,119 79 DF
No. 1 Deseret Farms of Florida, Inc. 11-27-70 (Granite)
Location: Sec. 20-T23S-R33E (center of the NE quarter of the NW quarter of Sec. 20)
Drilling Contractor: Fortenberry Drilling Co.
Subsurface Record:
a) P and A
b) Confidential to February 27, 1972





SANTA ROSA COUNTY
FGS Total
Permit Locality Acquisition Commenced Depth Elevation
No. Designation No. API No. Well Designation Completed (feet) (feet)
417 WSr-SN-29W-43 W-10,565 09-113-20003 Humble Oil and Refining Co., 3-17-70 15,984 204.3 DF
and Louisiana Land and 6-15-70 (salt)
Exploration Co., et al -plugged back:
No. 1 St. Regis Paper Co., et al 15,600
Location: Sec. 43-TSN-R29W (1,150 feet SNL and 350 feet WEL, Sec. 43; or 1,320 feet SNL and 1,720 feet WEL, Sec. 9-T5N-R29W)
Drilling Contractor: Noble Drilling Co.
Subsurface Record:
a) Discovery well for a major field near Jay, Florida. Results of 6 hour flowing Initial Production Test through un-acidized
perforations of 7-inch casing at 15,470-15,527 feet (Gamma Ray-Density Log) opposite dolomite of the upper Smackover
Limestone, using '/-inch choke, were:
24-hour rate
Oil: 1,712 BOPD with 1.3% BS and W
Gravity, 50.7 degrees API
Gas: 2,145 mcf per day
Gas analysis: 84.7% hydrocarbons
10.6% H2S
4.7% CO2
GOR: 1,253 cubic feet per barrel
Flowing tubing pressure: 3,450 psi Z
Shut-in surface pressure: 3,775 psi 0
b) Casing program: o
Casing Hole Depth at Volume of
Casing String Diameter Size which set Cement
Conductor 20 inch 26 inch 88 feet Driven
Surface 10% 15 3,653 1,775 sacks
Production 7 5/8 9 7/8 15,646 1,000
Tubing 3/2 15,309
c) Conventional cores from: 15,446-15,632 feet
15,673-15,689 feet








(Continued)


d) Drill stem tests:
e) Mechanical logs:


None
Dual Induction Laterolog
Borehole Compensated Sonic
Compensated Formation Density
Sidewall Neutron Porosity
Casing Collar
Perforating Depth Control


f) Dual Induction-Laterlog tops:


Lower Tuscaloosa
Lower Cretaccous
Ferry Lake Amphydrite
Pine Island Shale
Sligo-Hosston
Cotton Valley
Haynesville
Lower Haynesville
Smackover
Norphlet
Salt (per drilling time)


SOfeet
6,234
6,677
9,538
10,302
10,358
12,152
14,230
14,672
15,437
15,767
15,980


Datum-
-4,946 feet
-6,030
-6,473
-9,334
-10,098
-10,154
-11,948
-14,026
-14,468
-15,233
-15,563
-15,776




SANTA ROSA COUNTY
FGS Total
Permit. Locality Acquisition Commenced Depth Elevation
No. Designation No. API No. Well Designation Completed (feet) (feet)
370* WSr-5N-28W-32ac W-10,623 09-113-10039 The Louisiana Land & Exploration Co. 7-21-70 15,936 222 DF
& Southeastern Exploration Co. 9-9-70 (in salt)
No. 1 Mill Mill Co.
Location: Sec. 32-T5N-R28W (1,980 feet North and 990 feet East of the SW corner of section)
Drilling Contractor: Dual Drilling Company
Subsurface Record:
a) P and A exploratory test, plugged as follows:
Set a 270-sack cement plug extending from 15,274-15,835 feet. The top of the plug was tagged after a setting-up
period of 16 hours with 13,000 pounds of weight, maintained against the plug for 4 minutes.
Set a 200-sack cement plug in-and-out of the casing seat of the 10% inch surface casing set at a depth of 2,513 feet. j
b) Casing program, being the same as that for the original hole, which was the Texaco, No. 1 Miller Mill well: 0
Casing Depth at Volume
Casing String Diameter which set of cement
Conductor 16 inch 78 feet
Surface 10% 2,513 1,570 sacks
* Permit No. 370 also applies to W-7867, the original hole, plugged and abandoned in 1966 and known as the Texaco, No. 1
Miller Mill well, which reached a depth of 14,484 feet. When re-entered as the LL and E Southeastern, No. 1 Miller Mill,
the original hole was drilled deeper 1,452 feet.
c) Drill stem tests: None
d) There was no conventional coring of this well.
e) About 40 feet of net porosity of about 9 to 18 percent occurred in dolomite at the top of the
Smackover section. This porosity appeared to be predominantly water-filled.
f) Operator's tops:
Depth Datum
Haynesville 14,677 feet -14,455 feet
Smackover 15,395 -15,173
brown dense
limestone 15,500 -15,278
Norphlet 15,774 -15,552
Anhydrite 15,898 -15,676
Salt 15,918 -15,696















ST. JOHNS COUNTY
FGS Total
Permit Locality Acquisition Commenced Depth Elevation
No. Designation No. API No. Well Designation Completed (feet) (feet)
435 WSj-6S-29E-70 W-10,653 09-109-20001 Carolina Resources 8-21-70 4,850 42 DF, est. C
No. 1-A Cummer Co. et al 10-6-70 O
Location: Sec. 70-T6S-R29E (970 feet from the NW boundary and 1,425 feet from the SW boundary of Section 70. l
This is 87 feet West of the center of normal Section 29)
Drilling Contractor: Fortenberry Drilling Co.
Subsurface Record: (Confidential)
B





Table 1. Florida Exploratory Footage Drilled in 1970 Completions
Total Exploratory Footage, 182,978 feet.


Permit County
Discovery wells
407 Lee


417 Santa Rosa


Jay outpost well
451 Escambia


Operator

Humble Oil & Refining


Humble Oil & Refining
and Louisiana Land
& Exploration Co.,
et al


The Louisiana Land &
Exploration Co.


Well
No.


Lease


1 Lehigh Acres

Development, Inc.


1 St. Regis Paper Co.,
et al '


1 McDavid Lands 37-4


Unsuccessful tests; all Plugged and Abandoned


459
454
440


Charlotte
Collier
Escambia


424 Hendry

437 Hendry

418 Hendry

425 Lee


Exchange Oil & Gas Co.
Sun Oil Company
Southeastern Exploration,
Ltd. & Signal Oil & Gas
Exchange Oil & Gas Co.

Humble Oil & Refining

Mobil Oil Corporation

Humble Oil & Refining


1 Payson et al


14-1
1


Collier Co. "A"
Lee


1 Florida Land & Timber

354 Red Cattle Company

1 Seminole Tribe

82 Lehigh Consol. Unit


Total Depth (ft.)

15,710


15,984 31,694


15,714



13,432
12,700
15,942

12,491

11,690

12,503

11,743


Comments


508 BOPD2a + 20 BW2b

Perfs.2c 11,472-484 ft.
(up2 Summiland Limestone).

1,712 BOPD + 17 BW +
2.145 mm cfgpd.2e
Perfs. 15,470-524 ft.
(Smackover Formation).


Unperforated but
presumed productive.


Confidential to 12/17/71.
No DST2f
Confidential.

Stain in tight upper Sunni-
land Limestone.
Lower than oil-water in
Sunoco-Felda field.
Almost a commercial well
in up. Sunniland.
19 ft. low to 113 well, and
had water in upper
Sunniland.

















Humble Oil & Refining

Pan American Petroleum
Texaco, inc.
The Louisiana Land &
Exploration Co. and
Southeastern Explor-
ation Co.


261 Lee Cypress "A"

2 ITT Rayonier
1 Deseret Farms
1 Miller Mill


11,720 TVD2g

5,444
7,119
15,936


Water-saturated in upper
Sunniland.
Confidential to 7/18/71.
Confidential to 2/27/72.
40 ft. of water-saturated
porosity in top of
Smackover


435 St. Johns Carolina Resources I-A Cummer Co., et al 4,850 151,284 Confidential to 1/6/72
TOTAL EXPLORATORY FOOTAGE 182,978
1. Well classifications in this table are after Lahee, Frederick H. (American Association of Petroleum Geologists, 1944, vol. 28,
table 1, p. 709).
2. Abbreviations: a.) BOPD is barrels of oil per day, b.) BW is barrels of water, c.) perfs is perforations, d.) Up. is upper
e.) mm cfgpd is million cubic feet of gas per day, f.) DST is drill stem test, g.) TVD is true vertical depth.


422 Lee


Nassau
Orange
Santa Rosa






Table 2. Florida Development Footage Drilled in 1970 Completions.
Total Development Footage, 163,085 feet.


Well
Operator No. Lease
New field at Lehigh Acres, Lee County
Humble 113 Consolidated Financial Corp.

Humble 154 Lehigh Consolidated


Total Depth (feet)


11,748

11,711


(TVD)'

(TVD) 23,459


Initial Production
(all from upper Sunniland Limestone)

538 BOPD2 + 21.5% BS & W.3 Perfs.4
11,500-503 ft. Acidized.
P & As Low 15 ft. on Sunniland marker
to the 113 well.


West Sunoco-Felda Field, Hendry County
Humble 301 Lee Cypress "A" 11,715 372 BOPD + 4.13% water. Perfs. 11,460-470
ft. Acidized
Humble 303 Lee Cypress "A" 11,730 608 BOPD + 0.3% BS & W Perfs. 11,470-475 ft.
Humble 304 Lee Cypress "A" 11,470 752 BOPD + 2% BS & W. Perfs. 11,443-454
ft. Acidized.
Humble 322 Lee Cypress "A" 11,674 438 BOPD + 15% BS & W. Perfs. 11,439-
ft. Acidized.
Humble 323 Lee Cypress "A" 11,650 662 BOPD + 5% BS & W. Perfs. 11,462-470
ft. Acidized.
Humble 324 Lee Cypress "A" 11,735 912 BOPD + 1.1% W. Perfs. 11 440-454
ft. Acidized.
Sun Oil Company 29-3 Red Cattle Co. "B" 11,555 737 BOPD + 2.8% W. Perfs. 11,432-442 ft.
Sun Oil Company 29-4 Red Cattle Co. "B" 11,550 538 BOPD + 2.5% BS & W Perfs. 11,451-
464 ft. Acidized.
Sun Oil Company 31-1 Red Cattle Co. "B" 11,700 1,275 BOPD + 0.62% W. Perfs. 11,416-
434 ft. Acidized.
Sun Oil Company 31-2 Red Cattle Co. "B" 11,575 1,316 BOPD + 0.3% W. Perfs. 11,434-
451 ft. Acidized.
Sun Oil Company 31-3 Red Cattle-McCabe Unit "A" 11,590 315 BOPD + 25.9% W. Perfs. 11,454-
458 ft. Acidized.
Sun Oil Company 33-3 Red Cattle "B" 11,682 139,626 P & A. Low 14 feet on Sunniland porosity
to the 33-2 well.
Total Field Drilling 163,085
Abbreviations: 1.) TVD is true vertical depth; this also signifies that the subject wells were directionally drilled, 2.) BOPD is
barrels of oil per day, 3.) BS and W is bottom sediment and water, 4.) Perfs. is perforations, 5.) P & A is plugged and abandoned.


Permit

447

439


431

423
420

416

419

433

421
413

428

426

429

414














Table 3. Salt Water Production in Barrels, Specified Years,
from the Five Oil Fields of Southern Florida


Field
Sunniland


Sunoco-Felda


West Sunoco-Felda


Mobil's New Field
at Lake Trafford


Humble's New Field


Year
1968
1969
1970

1968
1969
1970

1968
1969
1970

1968
1969
1970

1968
1969
1970


No. of
Wells
17
17
17

23
22
22

3
5
17


1
-

1



2


Salt
Water
Production
1,693,749
2,301,566
1,902,445

1,133,804
1,108,394
1,169,342

96,986
172,463
217,038


9,947
-0-



18,740


Percent
of Total
Fluid Yield
74%
75%
73%

56%
58%
63%


81%
56%
13%


32%
-0-



19%





Table 4. Monthly and Cumulative Pumping Oil Production
in Barrels, Three Well Established Southern Florida Fields,
1968, 1969 and 1970


Humble's
Sunniland Field
Collier County
(discovered in 1943)


Sun's
Sunoco-Felda Field
Hendry and
Collier Counties
(discovered in 1964)


Sun and Humble's
West
Sunoco-Felda Field
Hendry County
(discovered in 1966)


Sun
1968 1969 1970 1968 1969 1970 1968
,Month (17 wells)' (17wells). (17wells) (23 wells) (22 wells) (22 wells) (3 wells)


42,592
39,142
44,203
43,211
46,761
47,026
47,789
47,885
46,070
61,032
60,793
54,951
581,455


58,259
51,638
67,935
71,236
75,445
73,589
73,254
64,000
66,194
59,602
61,300
68,141
790,593


67,878
56,974
56,682
61,756
61,447
58,738
58,233
62,684
61,727
62,418
56,947
57,050
722,534


73,259
68,847
74,863
75,144
74,504
73,304
76,611
75,341
74,681
71,643
66,280
66,871
871,348


67,443
60,850
65,395
64,247
63,897
65,112
68,253
66,878
61,311
70,339
67,060
71,417
792,195


66,544
58,524
61,173
54,962
57,826
59,107
56,354
56,804
54,064
54,750
51,183
57,344
688,635


735
774
674
611
617
587
575
1,147
3,602
3,572
3,286
5,502
21,682


Sun and Hun
1969
(5 wells)


4,997
4,402
4,364
4,816
4,846
4,786
9,765
13,176
13,018
14,060
25,795
30,428
134,453


Cumulative
Dec. 31,
1969 11,885,306 4,334,567
Cumulative
Dec. 31,
1970 12,607,840 5.023.202
1) The bracketed number of wells were determined as of December 31 of each year for all fields.


Total
Three
Southern
Florida Fields

ible
1970 1970
(17 wells) (56 wells)
48,044 182,466
55,689 171,187 Z
62,537 180,392 0
61,225 177,943 g
73,796 193,069
93,963 211,808 C
129,650 244,237
137,258 256,746
152,015 267,806
207,146 324,314 Z
221,041 329,171 0
230,652 345,046


1,473,016


2,884,185


171,042 16,390,915

1,644,058 19,275,100


January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October o
November
December










Table 5. Monthly and Cumulative Pumping Oil Production in Barrels,
Two Recently Discovered Southern Florida Fields,
1969 and 1970


Mobil's
New Field
at Lake Trafford
Collier County
(discovered 3-30-69)


1969
(1 well)


1,497
2,874
2,665
2,313 12,731
0
3,344
3,843
3,383
3,305
21,464


Cumulative
December 31,
1969
Cumulative
December 31,
1970
1. The bracketed number of wells were determined


Humble's
New Field
in Lehigh Acres
Lee County
(officially discovered 6-8-70)
1970
(2 wells)



7,302
11,589
11,886
9,538
8,742
9,049
10,705
81,542


1970
(1 well)
3,175
1,511
2,669
1,874
2,483
1,765
15,044
2,122
2,135
2,196
2,047
1,516
25,806


21,464


-0-


47270 .542
as of December 31 of each year for both fields.


Total
Two Southern
Florida Fields
1970
(3 wells)
3,175
1,511
2,669
1,874
9,785
13,354
14,008
11,673
10,938
11,096
12,221
107,348


21,464


128,812


Month
January
February
March
April
May
June
July 553
August
September
October
November
December







Table 6. Jay Field Flowing Production, 1970
Official Completion Date of Discovery Well: June 11, 1970

Only Producing Barrels MCF
Well to Date Month Oil Water Gas
Humble-LL & E
No. 1 St. Regis et all)
(discovery well)

T.D. 15,949 feet
Producing Interval:
15,470-524 feet
(upper Smackover 0
Formation)
Well Status: Flow June 1,0242) 13 1,487
Gravity 51.2 degrees July Shut in
August
Location: Section 43- September Shut in
5N-29W October Shut in
Santa Rosa County, November Shut in
northwestern Florida December 5,795 3 8341

6,819 36 9,828
1) On a six hour production test through perforations in the upper Smackover Formation at
15,470-524 feet this discovery flowed natural at a rate of 1712 barrels of 50.7-degree
gravity oil plus 2.15 million cubic feet of gas per day through %-inch choke. Tubing
pressure was 3450 psi; and gas-oil ratio was 1253 to 1. Following testing operations,
the well shut in on June 11, 1970
2) Initial Production














Table 7. Average Prices at Well Head of
Southern Florida Crude Oil, 1970


Humble Oil and Refining Company


Sunniland












$2.8900


1970
Average Price
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
Average of
above 11
months
December
Average for
year


West Sunoco-Felda


$2.5669

2.3895


Lehigh
Acres


No Sales

No Sales


Sun Oil Co.
Sunoco-Felda and
West Sunoco-Felda











$2.90
$3.15


Mobil Oil Corp.
New Field
at Lake Trafford
$2.1741
2.1768
2.1765
2.1768
2.1569
2.1583
2.1487
2.1560
2.1570
2.1570
2.1570


2.1614

2.1638


1) Quoted prices pertain to oil of 260 API gravity.


2.6289






Table 8. Anticipated Annual Increase (Decrease) in Florida Oil Production for the
Next Ten Years as Estimated for the Existing Fields of the State
Production in Thousands of Barels and
Increase or (Decrease)')


Field
Existing Fields
South Florida
Sunniland


Sunoco-Felda


West Sunoco-
Felda

Lake Trafford


Lehigh Acres


Total,
S. Florida


NW Florida
Jay


Total, All
Florida
Existing
Fields


1970
base


17 wells
722

22 wells
689

18 wells
1,473

1 well
26

2 wells
82


60 wells
2,992


I well
7

61 wells
2,999


1971


17 wells
722

22 wells
620
(10%)
23 wells
3,072
108%
1 well
26

3 wells
192
134%

66 wells
4,632
55%

15 wells
1.440

81 wells
6,072
103%


1972


17 wells
720

22 wells
558
(10%)
25 wells
3,492
14%
1 well
26

7 wells
372
94%

72 wells
5,168
12%

27 wells
5,770
300%


1973


17 wells
720

21 wells
492
(12%)
26 wells
3,672
5%
1 well
25
(4%)
9 wells
522
40%

74 wells
5,431
5%


1974


17 wells
720

21 wells
458
(7%)
26 wells
3,672

2 wells
37
48%
10 wells
560
7%

76 wells
5,447
-


48 wells 48 wells 48 wells 48 wells 48 wells
17.280 17,280 17,280 17,280 17.280
20% -


1975


17 wells
715

21 wells
426
(7%)
25 wells
3,662

2 wells
51
38%
10 wells
560


75 wells
4,414


Total '
1970-80-
1970




(7%)


(57%)


149%


180%


534%


- Not meaningful


99 wells 113 wells 124 wells 123 wells 120 wells 119 wells 119 wells 116 wells 114 wells
10,938 15,531 19,847 22,694 22,638 22,602 22,580 22,530 22,482
80% 42% 28% 14% 650%


1) If the increase or decrease is insignificantly small, or if there is no change, a dash (-) is used.


1976 1977 1978


16 wells 16 wells 16 wells
700 700 695

20 wells 20 wells 20wells
396 376 357
(7%) (5%) (5%)
25 wells 24 wells 24 wells
3,662 3,652 3,652

2 wells 2 wells 3 wells
50 49 61
- 25%
9 wells 9 wells 8 wells
550 545 535


72 wells 71 wells 71 wells
5.358 5,322 5,300


1979


15 wells
680

18 wells
320
(10%)
24 wells
3,645

3 wells
75
23%
8 wells
530


68 wells
5,250


39 wells 48 wells
10,100 14,400
75% 43%


1980


15 wells
675

17 wells
294
(8%)
24 wells
3,640

3 wells
73

7 wells
520


66 wells
5,202


48 wells
17,280
















Table 9. Determination for Florida of Approximate Gas
Production 1970, and Anticipated Gas
Production, 1980


Area
South Florida:
a) Oil Production
b) GOR
c) Gas Production
(a x b)
Jay Field:
a) Oil Production
b) GOR
c) Gas Production
(ax b)


Approximate Gas
Production
1970

2.99 mm bbls
100 to 1
299 mm cf


.007 mm bbls
1253 to 1
8.8 mm cf
307.8 mm cf


Anticipated Gas
Production
1980

5.2 mm bbls
100 to 1
520 nun cf


17.28 mm bbls
1253 to 1
21,852 mm cf
22.372 mm cf











Table 10. Ris Operating in Florida in
the Drilling of Oil Tests Conpleted in 1970.
Number of Wells
Completed in 1970

Southern Florida
Cactus Drilling Co. 1
Chapman Driling Co. 2
Empire Drilling Co. 16
Loffland Bros. 3 22
Northwestern Florida
Delta Drilling Co, 1
Dual Drilling Co. 1
Go Drillin Co. 1
Noble Dring Co. 1 4

Northern Peninsular Florida
Fortenberry Drilling Co. 2
Justiss Mears Oil Co., Inc. 1 3
29








Table 11. Florida Offahire Geophysical Permits, 1970
(permits plotted on figure 5)


"Estimated"
Permit No. Period
(and Date) (Completion Date)
87 3/3/70-
(3/10/70) 9/3/70
(Completed
8/6/70)
88 3/1/70-
(3/10/70) 9/1/70
(Completed
6/2/70)
89 5/10/70
(4/28/70) 5/16/70
90 5/11/70-
(5/5/70) 9/3/70
(Completed
7/18/70)
91 8/10/70-
(8/4/70) 2/10/71

92 9/1/70-
(8/25/70) 3/1/71


93 10/16/70-
(10/6/70) 11/15/70


Type Survey
Air gun reflection
seismic in con-
junction with a Bay
Type crew
Non-explosion
reflection seismic


Air gun reflection
seismic
Air gun reflection
seismic


Air gun reflection
seismic

Reflection seismic;
in addition, experi-
mental air gun seis-
mic from Tampa to
Ft. Myers
Air gun
seismic


Permittee
(Client or Contractor)
Geophysical Service, Inc.
(Speculative data for
sale to industry)

Texaco, Inc.
(Self)


Texaco, Inc.
(Self)
Geophysical Service, Inc.
(Getty Oil Co.)


Geophysical Service, Inc.
(Self)

Texaco, Inc.
(Self)


Shell Oil Co.
(Self)


Offshore Areas
Perdido Bay,
Pensacola Bay,
Escambia Bay,
and East Bay
Extensive Federal
acreage seaward of
Big Bend of Florida
West Coast
Perdido Bay

Perdido Bay, Pen-
sacola Bay, Escambia
Bay and East Bay

The bays around
Panama City and
into St. Joseph Bay
Extensive Federal
acreage seaward of
Big Bend of Florida
West Coast

Large strip of
Federal water bottoms
paralleling the south-
eastern coast of the
Florida peninsula and
extending toward
the Bahamas














94 10/16/70-
(10/6/70) 11/15/70



95 10/16/70-
(10/20/70) 11/15/70

96 10/23/70-
(10/27/70) 11/21/70

97 11/10/70-
(11/17/70) 5/9/71


Air gun
seismic



Air gun
seismic


Experimental
Testing

Air gun and/or
hydrosein


Shell Oil Co.
(Self)



Shell Oil Co.
(Self)


Naval Ship Research
and Development
Laboratory
Shell Oil Co.
(Self)


Extensive Federal
water bottoms sea-
ward of the southwest
coast of mainland
Florida, and in part
south of the Keys
Narrowly circum-
scribed area of the
Gulf of Mexico
In bay offshore
from the Panama
City area
State and Federal
water bottoms from
Pensacola to Apalachi-
cola and extending
seaward to conti-
nental shelf


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0




z



Og







Table 12. Florida Mainland Geophysical
-293 Crew Weeks-


County

Bay


Bradford
Charlotte
Clay
Collier


Escambia


Franklin
Gulf
Hendry


Total
Crew
Weeks

8


4
2
1
23%


41


3
11
10


Indian Rivers 3
Jefferson 3%


Lake
Leon
Liberty

Madison


Crew
Weeks
per
Company

3
2
3
4
2
1
5
3
15%
16
5
13
7
3
11
8
2
3
3


1
2
1
2


Company-
Contractor

Humble-Teledyne
Pan Am-SSC
Placid-GSI
Pan Am-Teledyne
Chevron-Self
Pan Am-Teledyne
Chevron-Self
Mobil-Ray
Phillips-Self
Humble-Ray
Phillips-Self
Shell-Self
Texaco-Self
Humble-Teledyne
Humble-Teledyne
Mobil-Ray
Phillips-Self
Shell-Self
Pan Am-SSC
Pan Am-United
Pan Am-SSC
Pan Am-SSC
Humble-Teledyne
Pan Am-SSC
Pan Am-SSC


Activity, 1970


Type


Vibro Sels
Vibro Seis
Vfbro Seis

Vibro Seis












Vibro Seis

Vibro Seis
Vibro Seis

Vibro Seis
Vibro Seis










Okaloosa 19

Okeechobee 1
Santa Rosa 132


Taylor

Volusia
Wakulla
Walton


7


2%
13


Washington 1
293
us=g


1
3
4
31
29-
3
10
35%
5
3
7
1

5
2%

2%
13

1


Phillips-Self
Shell-Self
Sun-Self
Shell-Self
Chevron-Self
Cities Service-Delta
Continental-Self
Humble-Teledyne
LL and E
Pan Am-SSC
Phillips-Self
Shell-Self
Sun-Self
Texaco-Self
Union of Calif.
-by WGC
Pan Am-SSC
Pan Am-United
Pan Am-SSC
Pan Am-SSC
Continental et al
Group-Western
Pan Am-SSC


(Continued)


I
P4
z
5


Vibro Seis
Vibro Seis
Vibro Seis



Vibro Seis

Vibro Seis

Vibro Seis
Vibro Seis
Vibro Seis

Vibro Seis




Table 13. Recapitulation of Florida Mainland Geophysical
Activity, 1970, by Regional Areas of the State.


Area
Northwestern Florida
Florida Panhandle
Bay
Escambia
Gulf
Okaloosa
Santa Rosa
Walton
Washington
Total, Florida Panhandle
Big Bend Area
Franklin
Jefferson
Leon
Liberty
Madison
Taylor
Wakulla
Total, Big Bend
Total, Northwestern Florida
Northern Peninsular Florida
Bradford
Clay
Columbia
Lake
Volusia
Total, Northern Peninsula
Central Florida
Indian River
Okeechobee
Total, Central Florida
Southern Florida
Charlotte
Collier
Hendry
Total, Southern Florida
GRAND TOTAL, Florida Mainland


Crew Weeks


8
41
11
19
132
13
1
225

3
3%
1
.3
2
7%
2%
--- 22
-- 247%

2
1
2
%
1h
6

3
1
S4

2
23
10
--" 35/
293






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APPENDIX II

Categorical List of Outstanding Permit Numbers
Corresponding to Wells not completed in 1970







74 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY

APPENDIX II
Categorical List of Outstanding Permit Numbers
Corresponding to Wells Not Completed in 1970
Exploratory footage table 1 and field footage table 2, both of this report, list only
1970 completions. To facilitate reconciliation of outstanding well permit numbers
issued as of December 31, 1970, a categorical list of the status of well permit
numbers corresponding either to undrilled locations at the end of the year or to
abandoned locations, or to wells which were commenced but not completed in 1970
is:


Permit
No. Well Designation
A) Undrilled locations
415 Mobil, No. 1 University of Miami
430 Humble, No. 252 Consolidated
Financial Corporation
432 Humble, No. 302 Lee
Cypress "A"
436 Humble, No. 83 Lehigh and
and Consolidated
438 Humble, No. 151 Lehigh
Consolidated
445 Humble, No. 221 Lehigh
Consolidated
446 Humble, No. 223 Lehigh
Consolidated
456 Humble, No. 143 Lehigh
Acres Development, Inc.
457 Sun, No. 29-1 Red Cattle
Company "B"
B) Abandoned locations
1. Temporarily abandoned
427 Sun, No. 31-4 Red Cattle
McCabe Unit "A"

2. Permanently abandoned
448 Pan American, No. 1
ITT Rayonier
C) Wells commenced but not completed in 1970
1. Shut-in, presumed productive wells at Jay


434
443
444


Humble, No. 1 Jones-McDavid
Humble, No. 7-1 McDavid
Humble, No. 9-3 St. Regis


2. Testing wells
427-A Sun, No. 314A Red Cattle-
McCabe Unit "A"
455 Humble, No. 361 Lehigh
Acres Development, Inc.
3. Drilling wells
442 Sun, No. 28-2 Lee Cypress "A"
450 Louisiana Land & Exploration
Company, No. 1 McDavid
Lands 36-1
452 Humble, No. 104 Bray
453 Humble, No. 34-4 McDavid
Land Company
458 Sun, No. 29-2 Red Cattle
Company "B"


Comment or Location

Forty Mile Bend area pad prepared
Exploratory test, Lee County
West-Sunoco-Felda north offset

Exploratory test, Lee County
Lehigh Acres west offset
Exploratory test, Lee County
Exploratory test, Lee County
Lehigh Acres south offset
West Sunoco-Felda north offset



West Sunoco-Felda test. Twisted off
in Boulder zone; may be converted to
disposal well.

Exploratory test, Nassau County


Perforated at 15,501-547 feet



West Sunoco-Felda south offset
West Sunoco-Felda west offset


West Sunoco-Felda in-field test
Jay area outpost

Jay area test
Jay area test
West Sunoco-Felda north offset





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APPENDIX III

Discussion of Non-confidential
Well Control in the Jay Field





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APPENDIX III
Discussion of Non-confidential
Well Control in the Jay Field

The Humble, No. 34-4 McDavid Lands well was not available for study
until March 10, 1971, the date of a Hearing before the Department of
Natural Resources to establish field rules for the Jay field. Also
information about other wells discussed at the Hearing was confidential
until the date of the Hearing. Subsequently, On April 22, 1971 a
correlation log designated as Run No. 1 was run which revealed structural
data on the Southeastern Drilling Company, et al, No. 1 St. Regis Paper
Company well, a southeast outpost to the field. Since all of this additional
structural data was obtained 2% to 4% months after the cut-off date of the
1970 oil and gas report, this discussion of well control in the Jay field is
included in an appendix to the 1970 report.
Figure 2 shows that on the structural top of the Smackover Formation
the Humble, No. 344 McDavid Lands well is the owest productive well
drilled on the Jay structure as of March 10, 1971. Furthermore, on top of
perforations this well is structurally the lowest of the four wells which have
been production tested. A tabulation showing this is:

Florida Datum
Permit on top of
Number Well Designation Perforations
417 Humble-LL & E -15,266
No. 1 St. Regis
Alabama Humble -15,291
well No. 1 Miller Mill,
Unit 32
434 Humble-LL & E -15,355
No. 1 Jones McDavid
453 Humble -15,357
No. 34-4 McDavid

On a 4-hour Initial Production test of the No. 34-4 well through
Smackover perforations at 15,530-598 feet, following acidation with 6,000
gallons, the well flowed 1,061 BOPD with 0.1 of 1 percent BS and W
(bottom sediment and water) through an 18/64-inch choke. The gravity of
the oil was 51.5 degrees; gas-oil ratio was 776 to 1; and tubing pressure
was 1,750 pounds.
The correlation log on the Southeastern Drilling Company, et al, No. 1
St. Regis Paper Company outpost well revealed the top of the lower
Haynesville marker to be about 650 feet low to the Humble, No. 10-4 Bray






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well; the Southeastern test is 3% miles southeast of the Bray well, which is
the nearest productive well and structurally the highest well in the field.
Following operations to obtain the correlation log, which was run to a
depth of 15,147 feet on April 22, 1971, drilling was resumed to test the
Smackover-Norphlet sections in the Southeastern well; the Smackover top
was anticipated to occur some 765 feet below the top of the lower
Hayneville. However, after reaching a depth of 15,494 feet, the drill stem
became stuck at 12,524 feet, and as of May 23, 1971, operations to
recover the lost tools still were in progress.
Above apparent closure at the level of the structural top of the
Smackover Formation in the No. 34-4 well there is enough area on the
Florida side of the Jay structure, as mapped on figure 2, for at least 48
160-acre locations; this is the approximate equivalent of 7,680 acres.
Commercial oil in the Smackover Formation, though in progressively
decreasing amounts, probably will be found in wells the structural elevation
of which may be found to be considerably lower than that in the No. 34-4
well. In is anticipated, however, that there will be a decrease in porosity,
and/or water at the base of the Smackover oil column, in flank wells.
No well which has tested the Smackover Formation to date has found
the oil column to be underlain by water.
About 20 feet of oil-saturated sand on top of water was encountered at
the top of Norphlet Formation in Humble, No. 10-4 Bray well, which is
the highest well in the field in structural elevation. Most of the productive
wells in the Smackover Formation which are structurally lower than the
Bray well do not contain Norphlet oil.









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APPENDIX IV

*Bureau of Geology
Well and Locality Designation System





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BUREAU OF GEOLOGY WELL AND LOCALITY DESIGNATION SYSTEM

The locality and well numbering system is based on the location of the
locality or well, and uses the rectangular system of section, township, and
range for identification. The number consists of five parts. These are: 1)a
prefix of three letters designating 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 Tallahassee. 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 labeled "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-21db 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:


Alachua Aa Dixie Dx
Baker Bk Duval Du
Bay By Escambia Es
Bradford Bf Flagler Fg
Brevard By Franklin Fk
Broward Bw Gadsden Ga
Calhoun Cn Gilchrist Gr
Charlotte Ch Glades GI
Citrus Ci Gulf Gf
Clay Cy Hamilton Hm
Collier Cr Hardee Hd
Columbia Co Hendry Hy
Dade Dd Hernando Hr
DeSoto Ds Highlands Hi






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Hillsborough
Holmes
Indian River
Jackson
Jefferson
Lafayette
Lake
Lee
Leon
Levy
Liberty
Madison
Manatee
Marion
Martin
Monroe
Nassau
Okaloosa
Okeechobee
Orange


HI
Ho
Ir
Jk
Jf
Lf
Lk
Le
Ln
Lv
Lb
Md
Mn
Mr
Mt
Mo
Na
Oa
Oe
Or


Osceola
Palm Beach
Pasco
Pinellas
Polk
Putnam
St. Johns
St. Lucie
Santa Rosa
Sarasota
Seminole
Sumter
Suwannee
Taylor
Union
Volusia
Wakulla
Walton
Washington


Os
Pb
Ps
Pi
Po
Pu
Sj
Sl
Sr
Sa
Se
Sm
Sw
Ty
Un
Vo
Wk
W1
Ws





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6 5 4 3 2

7 8 9 10 II 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
a ---# -b
cjd
I
----21t---

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