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Approximate

Location of Oil Well Tests

in Florida During 1949


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CONTENTS


Exploration for Oil and Gas in Florida, 1949.
List of Wells in Sunniland District ..
Addition to Rules and Regulations . .
Summary of Exploration Activities, 1949 .
Wells begun in 1947 . . .
Wells begun late in 1948 . .. .
Wells begun and completed in 1949. . .
Wells drilling on December 31, 1949. .
Locations, December 31, 1949 . .
(Explanation of tables) . . .
Acknowledgement . . . .
Collier County . . . .
Sunniland Field . . . .
Northwest Sunniland Prospect . .
Southwest Lake Trafford Prospect . .
Columbia County . . . .
Dade County . . . .
Dixie County . . . . .
Lafayette County . .. ...
Levy County . . . . .
Marion County . . . . .
Monroe County . . ... .
Suwannee County . . . .
Taylor County . . . .
Additional Data on Wells Reported in Information
Collier County . . . .
Sunniland Field . . . .
West Sunniland Prospect . . .
Southwest Lake Trafford Prospect. ..
Jackson County . . . .
Jefferson County . . . .
Levy County . . . ..
Putnam County . . . .
Taylor County . . . .
Volusia County . . . .


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ILLUSTRATIONS


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Map of Florida, approximate location of oil-well tests, 1949. Frontispiece
1. Map, Sunniland Field and nearby Prospects. .... Following page 3


Tables
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Production of oil from wells in Sunniland Field. . . 3
Completion data on wells in Sunniland Field. .. . . 5


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SUPPLEMENT COVERING 1949 INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 1

EXPLORATION FOR OIL AND GAS IN FLORIDA

By Herman Gunter, Director

Florida Geological Survey


Exploratory drilling activities in Florida during 1949 were comparable to

those in 1948. One well begun in 1947 was completed late in 1949, five wells

begun late in 1948 were completed early in 1949, and all were abandoned as dry

holes. During 1949, twenty-four permits to drill were requested and approved.

Of these wells 15 were dry and abandoned, three were actively drilling on

December 31, 1949, two were locations, and four were developed as producers.

All of the producers are in the Sunniland Field, Collier County, Florida's

only oil field. The total activity, therefore, for the year is 25 wells com-

pleted, three drilling and two locations.


The four wells added to the list of Florida's producers increased the total

number of oil wells discovered in the State to thirteen. The discovery well,

namely, Humble Oil and Refining Company, Gulf Coast Realties Corporation No. 1,

which was brought in September 26, 1943, produced to May 10, 1946, or for a

period of two years and almost eight months. This well had an initial pro-

duction of 97 barrels of oil per day, and produced approximately 20,550 barrels

of asphaltic base, 20.80 API gravity oil before being converted into a salt

water disposal well. It is the only producing well that has so far been aban-

doned in the Sunniland Field. Some wells initially flowing have, however, been

placed on the pump. The Sunniland Field had a total of twelve producing wells

on December 31, 1949, as follows:

Farm:Gulf Coast Realties Corporation

No. 4 11,597 feet, IP 257 barrels. Pumping
No. 5 11,578 feet, IP 518 barrels. Pumping
No. 6 11,578 feet, IP 225 barrels. Flowing
No. 8 11,576 feet, IP 527 barrels. Pumping
No. 10 11,574 feet, IP 175 barrels. Pumping
No. 11 11,573 feet, IP 120 barrels. Pumping







Table 1

PRODUCTION OF OIL FROM HUMBLE OIL & REFINING COMPANY'S SUNNILAND FIELD,
COLLIER COUNTY, FROM SEPT. 26, 1943, THROUGH DECEMBER 31, 1949

Month 1943 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949

Jan. 2,108 --- 3,899 7,464 25,149 37,695

Feb. 1,404 402 3,454 5,203 22,853 32,617

Marci 1,100 581 2,982 18,795 25,688 38,880

-April 1,054 403 4,151 16,362 23,597 42,859

May 1,115 725 6,776 20,440 21,266 39,756


June 822 4,110 7,676 31,065 24,092 39,956

July 1,123 5,700 6,450 31,395 25,543 44,070

Aug. 957 4,455 4,i6o 31,021 24,011 44,764
Discovery
Sept. date Sept. 516 2,775 6,544 28,431 22,475 31,437
26, 1943

Oct. 648 609 2,976 ---- 22,445 27,003 28,634

Hov. 643 581 2,666 2,408 23,948 20,331 31,054

Dec. 2,741 449 2,717 8,384 22,776 29,213 29,998


TOTAL
BARRELS 4,032 ,838 27,510 56,884 259,345 291,221 441,720
TOTAL
CUMULATIVE
PRODUCTION
BARRELS 4,032 15,870 43380 100,264 359,619 650,830 1,092,550





SUNNILAND OIL FIELD
AND NEARBY PROSPECTS

COLLIER COUNTY,
FLORIDA


* OIL WELL + DRY HOLE + ABANDONED OIL WELL


Figure I


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LIST OF WELLS IN THE SUNNILAND DISTRICT, COLLIER COUNTY


No. SUNNILAND FIELD
Farm Name: Gulf Coast Realties Corporation
1 First oil producing well. Pumped. Producing horizon 11,600-11,626 ft.
Produced from Sept.26,1943, to May 14,1946. Well was re-worked in effort
to increase production of oil but without success. Well finally plugged
May 10,1947, and used as a brine disposal well.
2 Dry and abandoned at 13,512 ft.
3 Abandoned location.
4 Second oil producing well. Pumped. Producing horizon 11,560-11,597 ft.
5 Fifth oil producing well. Flowing. Producing horizon 11,560-11,578 ft.
Placed on pump June 1948.
6 Third oil producing well. FIRST FLOWING. Producing horizon 11,556-11,578 ft.
7 Dry and abandoned at 11,842 ft.
8 Fourth oil producing well. Flowing. Producing horizon 11,564-11,569 ft.
Placed on pump December, 1948.
9 Small amount of oil, especially from 11,567-11,579 ft. Every attempt to
make the well a producer failed. Abandoned and plugged April 29, 1948.
10 Seventh oil producing well. Flowing. Producing horizon 11,566-11,574 ft.
11 Sixth oil producing well. Flowing. Producing horizon 11,550-11,573 ft.
12 Dry and abandoned at 11,709 ft.
13 Ninth oil producing well. Flowing. Producing horizon 11,519-11,572-1/2 ft.
14 Ele.enth oil producing well. Flowing. Producing horizon 11,534 -11,579 ft.
15 Dry cnd abandoned at 11,797 ft.

Farm Name: Lee Tidewater Cypress Lumber Company "B"
1 Eighth oil producing well. Flowing. Producing horizon 11,568-11,588 ft.
2 Tenth oil producing well. Flowirg. Producing horizon 11,564-11,585 ft.
3 Twefth oil producing well. Flowing. Producing horizon 11,541-11,579 ft.
4 Thirteenth oil producing well. Flowing. Producing horizon 11,535-11,576 ft.

WEST SUNNILAND PROSPECT
Farm Name: Gulf Coast Realties Corporation "B"
1 Dry and abandoned at 12,220 ft.

Farm Name: Lee Tidewater Cypress Lumber Company "C"
1 Dry and abandoned at 11,893 ft.

NORTHWEST SUNNILAND PROSPECT
Farm Name: Gulf Coast Realties Corporation "D"
1 Dry and abandoned at 11,900 ft.

WEST HARKER PROSPECT
Farm Name: Lee Tidewater Cypress Lumber Company
1 Well caved. Lost drill pipe. Abandoned at 5,287 ft. Skidded 35 ft. to
No. 2 location.
2 Lost hole. Abandoned at 1,175 ft. Derrick and rig moved to No. 3 location.
3 Dry and abandoned at 11,943 ft.

SOUTHWEST LAKE TRAFFORD PROSPECT
Farm Name: Gulf Coast Realties Corporation "C"
1 Dry and abandoned at 12,120 ft.

Farm Name: Gulf Coast Realties Corporation "E"
1 Dry and abandoned at 12,210 ft.





Table 2: COMPLETION DATA ON HUMBLE OIL & REFINING COMPANY'S WELLS, SUNNILAND FIELD, COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA
Farm& Elev- Total Completion Initial Tubing Casing Producing Gravity Gas Oil
No. ation Depth Date Production Choke Pressure Ptessure Zone 'API Ratio
GCRC 97 bbls. Open hole
*#1 34'DF 11,626 Nov. 26, oil, 425 Pump 11,600-11,626 20.8
S1943 bbls. SW'
GCRC "3'DP 13,512 Nov. 9, D & A
S___1944 _
GCE 34'DF 11,597 June 24, 257.34 Pump Open hole 19.2
#4 ___1945 B.O.P.D. _11,560-11,597
GCRC 31'DF 11,578 May 24, 518 1/4" 30 65 Open hole 25 136 to 1
#51947 B.O.P.D. 11,560-11,578 ...
GCBC 31'DF 11,578 May 1, 224.65 5/32" 350 sealed Open hole 25.6 67 to 1
6, _1947 B.O.P.D. 11,556-11,578
GCRC 34'DF 11,642 Oct. 21, D & A
*. _____________1945 ._____________________________________
C 29 D' 11,576 Sept. 15, 527 1/4" 350 410 Perfs. 5 13 to 1
+#8 41946 B.O.P.D. 11,564-11,569
GCRC 29'DF 11,595 Oil shows but attempt to bring in failed and well was
#92 .plugged April 29, 1948
GCRC 30'DF 11,574 Jan. 8, 175 1/ 72 Open hole 2. 100 to 1
410. __1948 B.O.P.D. _11,566-11,574
GCRC 30'DF 11,573 Oct. 14, 120 1/2 35 6Open-hole 25. 90 to 1
+11 + ___1947 B.O.P.D. _11,550-11,573
GCRC 37'DF 11,709 April 21, D & A
#12 __1948
GCRC 39'DF 11,572.5 Dec. 25, 395-37 1/4" 260 200 Open hole 256 125 to 1
#13 1948 B O.P.D. 11,519-11,572.5________
GCRC 33'DF 11,579 June 1; 189.85 -/4" 120 0 Open hole 25.5 85 to 1
#14 1949 B.O.P.D. 11,534-11,579
LTCLC 39'DF 11,588 Sept. 22, 13.5 5/16" 40 75 Open hole 24.4 105 to 1
"B" 1 1948 B.O.P.D. 11,568-11.588
LTCLC 40DF 11,585 Mar. 25, 519.3 1/4" 370 270 Open hole 26.4 100 to 1
"B" 2 1949 B.O.P.D. 2111,564-11,585 l,2 t.
LTCLC 34'DF 11,579 June 13, 447.24 /" 270 170 Open hole 25 8to 1
"B" 3 1949 B.O.P.D. __11,541-11,579
LTCLC 32'DF 11,576 Dec. 28, 437.42 5/32" 730 565 Open hole 25.3 105 to 1
"B" 41949 B.O.P.D. _____11,535-11,576________
Abandoned as a producer May 10, 1947, and converted to disposal well
+ Originally flowed but now on pump.










Oil activities during the latter part of 1949 have shown a decided slack-

ening. In fact, a number of the major companies have moved their offices from

Florida to areas in other states where prospecting and development is more

active. Other companies have reduced their personnel to a minimum. Without

doubt this reduction in Florida activities is caused by the lack of encouraging

signs of the presence of oil tuch as oil and gas shows, in most of the oil

prospects.


The year 1949 has seen much progress in our knowledge of the formations

underlying Florida. Much of the drilling in the State has been deep, giving

satisfactory data as to the thickness and character of the sediments penetrated.

Former conceptions have been modified or changed; in some areas the sedimentary

column is now known to be of greater thickness, while in other regions it is of

lesser thickness than formerly believed. Detailed studies will be made of all

samples from the many wells throughout the State, and the results will be pub-

lished from time to time as rapidly as possible.


ADDITION TO THE RULES AND REGULATIONS

Florida has a very satisfactory law covering the prospecting for, and the

development and conservation of, oil and gas, but it has been found desirable to
the
provide in/Rules and Regulations provisions through which wells may be abandoned

temporarily and to define an abandoned well. Consequently, the Florida State

Board of Conservation adopted, November 22, 1949, rules covering such con-

ditions as follows:

Pursuant to the power and authority delegated to the State Board
of Conservation, State of Florida, by an act approved June 5, 1945,
(Chapter 22819, Laws of 1945), after notice and public hearing, duly
advertised, and held at the Capitol in the City of Tallahassee, Florida,
on the 22nd day of November, 1949, the State Board of Conservation
amended the general rules and regulations governing the conservation
of oil and gas in Florida.

The rules and regulations of this Board governing oil and gas in
Florida are amended by the addition of the following:

The State Board of Conservation of the State of Florida








may, in its discretion, grant permits authorizing the
temporary discontinuance of the drilling of any existing well
drilling in search of oil or gas; but only upon the following
conditions;

1. Such discontinuance shall be for a period within the
term of the lease under which the well has been
drilled; such a period not to exceed one year.

2. Such discontinuance of drilling shall be accom-
panied by the observance of each and every of the
precautions and formalities, such as capping,
restoration of terrain, etc., as is required under
existing or any future regulations at the final and
permanent abandonment of such well.

3. Upon the expiration of the period of temporary dis-
continuance of drilling a permit to renew drilling
may be obtained within the period of the lease, but
upon, and only upon the performance of each and every
of the matters and things required by these or any
future regulations for the obtaining of a permit to
deepen such well.

Any well, for which a temporary discontinuance permit has
not been granted, and on which drilling has ceased for a period
of six months, shall be deemed to be an abandoned well and the
same shall be plugged, the terrain restored, all forms filed
and each and every of the precautions and formalities shall be
taken to the extent required under existing or any future regu-
lations at the final and permanent abandonment of such well.



SUMMARY OF EXPLORATION ACTIVITIES DURING 1949

(For more detailed records of each well see tables pp. 12-28)

The following is a brief summary of the oil exploration activities in Florida
during 1949:

WELLS BEGUN IN 1947, COMPLETED LATE IN 1949

LEVY COUNTY

Carl M. Brukenfeld Syndicate
Levy-Lennon Syndicate, Inc. No. 1, 4 miles N Gulf Hammock, 2,173 ft. D & A

WELLS BEGUN LATE IN 1948, COMPLETED EARLY IN 1949

COLLIER COUNTY

Humble Oil & Refining Company
Lee Tidewater Cypress Lbr. Co. "C" No. 1, 6 mi. NW Sunniland, 11,893 ft. D & A









JACKSON COUNTY

Humble Oil & Refining Company
W. Claude Tindel et ux No. 1, 4 mi. N. Cottondale, 9,243 ft. D & A

JEFFERSON COUNTY

Coastal Petroleum Company
Everett P. Larsh No. 1, 1-1/2 mi. SE. Wacissa, 7,913 ft. D & A

PUTNAM COUNTY

Sun Oil Company
H. E. Westberry et al No. 1, 3 mi. NE. Rodman, 3,892 ft. D & A

VOLUSIA COUNTY

Grace Drilling Company, Independent Operator
Retail Lumber Co. No. 1, 8 mi. NE. DeLeon Springs, 5,425 ft. D & A


WELLS BEGUN AND COMPLETED IN 1949

COLLIER COUNTY

Humble Oil & Refining Company
Lee Tidewater Cyp. Lbr. Co. "B" No. 2, 4 mi. NW. Sunniland, 11,585 ft.,
10th producer
Gulf Coast Realties Corp. "D" No. 1, 7 mi. NW. Sunniland, 11,900 ft. D & A
Gulf Coast Realties Corp. No. 14, 2.3 mi. NW. Sunniland, 11,579 ft.,
llth producer
Gulf Coast Realties Corp. "E" No. 1, 16 mi. NW. Sunniland, 12,210 ft. D & A
Lee Tidewater Cyp. Lbr. Co. "B" No. 3, 4 mi. NW. Sunniland, 11,579 ft.,
12th producer
Gulf Coast Realties Corp. No. 15, 4 mi. NW. Sunniland, 11,797 ft. D & A
Lee Tidewater Cyp. Lbr. Co. "B" No. 4, 4 mi. NW Sunniland, 11,576 ft.,
13th producer (Testing of "B" No. 4 actually completed Jan. 3, 1950)

COLUMBIA COUNTY

Sun Oil Company
W. F. Johnson No. 1, 8 mi SW. Lake City, 3,051 ft. D & A
Clarence Loyd et al No. 1, 10 mi. SE. Lake City, 2,928 ft. D & A
Ruth M. Bishop No. 1, 4 mi. slightly SE. Lake City, 2,828 ft. D & A

DADE COUNTY

Coastal Petroleum Company
No. 1 Trustees of the Internal Imp. Fund, Lease No. 340-A, 28 mi. SW.
Miami, 11,520 ft. D & A

DIXIE COUNTY

Sun Oil Company
P. C. Crapps "A" No. 1, 3 mi. NW. Hines, 5,104 ft. D & A









LAFAYETTE COUNTY

Coastal Petroleum Company
Ronald Sapp No. 1, 2 mi. W. Branford, 3,507 ft. D & A

Gulf Oil Corporation
Brooks-Scanlon, Inc., Block 49, No. 1, 8 mi. SW. Mayo,


4,512 ft.


D& A


LEVY COUNTY

Humble Oil & Refining Company
C. E. Robinson et ux No. 1, 6 mi. S. Lebanon Station, 4,609 ft. D & A

MARION COUNTY


Sun Oil Company
H. T. Parker No. 1, 3 mi. N. Silver Springs,


3,845 ft.


D&A


MONROE COUNTY


COASTAL PETROLEUM COMPANY
No. 1 State of Florida, Lease No. 363, 2 mi. SW. Tavernier,


7,559 ft. D & A


SUWANNEE COUNTY


Sun Oil Company
A. B. Russell No. 1, 15 mi. SW. Lake City, 3,139 ft.


D&A


TAYLOR COUNTY


Gulf Oil Corporation
Brooks-Scanlon, Inc., Block 42, No. 1, 6 mi. W. Clara,


5,517 ft.


D&A


WELLS DRILLING ON DECEMBER 31, 1949

LEVY COUNTY

J. A. Abbott, Trustee, Independent Operator
Prudential Timber Company No. 1, Setting 4-inch casing at 1,740 ft.

MONROE COUNTY

Coastal Petroleum Company
H. R. Williams No. 1, 10 mi. N. Key Largo. Drilling 5,916 ft. 12/29/49

TAYLOR COUNTY

Gulf Oil Corporation
Brooks-Scanlon, Inc., Block 37, No. 1, 4 mi. NE. Fenholloway. Drilling
1,795 ft. 12/29/49









LOCATIONS DECEMBER 31, 1949

LEVY COUNTY

Levy M. Oil Company, Independent Operator
A. P. and H. E. Hardee No. 1, 1 mi. SE. Bronson

TAYLOR COUNTY

Gulf Oil Corporation
Brooks-Scanlon, Inc., Block 37, No. 1, 2 mi. NW. Carbur







25 Wells completed in 1949, four as oil producers.
3 Wells drilling on December 31, 1949.
2 Locations of wells.

Footage drilled in 1949 188,162 feet, equal to 35.63 miles.



The wells completed during the year 1949 are arranged alphabetically by

counties in the tables that follow. Data for each well includes:

Florida Geological Survey file number (FGS No.)
Company or owner
Farm or well name
Location
Elevation
Year completed
Depth
Remarks


On January 1, 1949, there were five wells drilling, and completion data

for these are incorporated in tables for the 1949 wells. In addition, there

are incorporated data for four wells, namely, Carl M. Brukenfeld Syndicate,

Levy-Lennon Syndicate Inc., No. 1, Levy County; Humble Oil & Refining Company,

Gulf Coast Realties Corp. No. 9; Gulf Coast Realties Corp. "B" 1, both in

Collier County; and the Gulf Oil Corporation, G. H. Hodges No. 1, in Taylor

County, which data were not available at the time Information Circular No. 1 -

Revised was published, January 1949.









Records in the Survey offices are open for reference to any who may wish

to study the open file of cuttings, cores or logs, and related data. When an

operator so requests, the data are held in the confidential file for a stated

period, otherwise our entire well library is available for reference.


ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

The Survey wishes to express its appreciation to all representatives

of the oil companies operating in Florida, drilling contractors, independent

operators, individuals and others who have so willingly cooperated in supplying

information and data. Without this splendid cooperation the records would

have been less complete and our efforts far more arduous and ineffective.







COLLIER COUNTY


Sunniland Field


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IGS COMPANY or OWNERS FARM or LOCATION ELEV- COM- DEPTH REMARKS
SO.WELL NAME ATION PLETPED


Humble Oil &
SRefining Company





















Humble Oil &
Refining Company


Gulf Coast
Realties Corp.
No. 14




















Gulf Coast
Realties Corp.
No. 15


Sec.18,T48S,R30E
Sunniland, 2.3 mi.





















Sec.12,T48S,R29E
Sunniland 4 mi.
NW


22.4Grd
33 DF


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1949


11,579






















11,797


Eleventh Oil Producer
Form 2 apvd. Mar.15,
1949. Form 9 rec'd.
June 7, 1949. Began:
Mar.27,1949. Camp:
June 1,1949. Initial
production:Flowed
189.85 bbls. oil in
24 hrs.,161 MCF gas.
Choke 1/4". Tubing
Pressure: 120. Casing
Pressure: 0. GOR 85
to 1. Gravity: 25.50
API. Production Hori-
zon: 11,579'. 470
cuttings from 95 to
11,500 ft. Cores from
No. 1 @ 11,499-11,504
to No.16 .8 11,578-
11,579 ft. Schlumber-
ger from 87 to 11,553
ft. Driller's log
from 95 to 11,579 ft.

Dry and abandoned.
Form 2 appvd. Aug.
16,1949. Form 5 appvd
Nov. 1,1949.Began:
Aug.28,1949. Comp:
Oct.25,1949. 576 cut-
tings from 95 to
11,748 ft.


W-6
2066








COLLIER COUNTY


Sunniland Field continued


YEAR
.FGS COMPANY or OWNERS FARM or LOCATION ELEV- COM- DEPTH REMARKS
No. __ I WELL NAME __ATION PLATED I


Continued






Humble Oil &
Refining Company


Lee Tidewater
Cypress Lumber
Co. "B" No. 2


Sec.13,T48S,R29E
Sunniland, 4 mi.
S?7


40 DF


1949


11,585


Cores from No. 1 .
11,630-11,640 to No.
40 @ 11,791-11,796 ft.
Schlumberger from 87
to 11,799 ft. Dri-l-
er's log from 95 -to
11,797 ft.

Tenth Oil Producer.
Form 2 appvd. Jan. 5,
1949. Form 9 rec'd.
Mar.31,1949. Began:
Jan.7,1949. Comp:
Mar.23,1949. Initial
Production: Flowed
519.3 bbls. in 24 hrs.
Choke: 1/4"; Tubing
Pressure: 370; Casing
Pressure: 270; GOR
est. 100 to 1.
Gravity: 26.4 API.
Producing Horizon:
11,581-11,585 ft.
499 cuttings from 103
to 11,560 ft. Cores
from No.l @ 11,520-
11,530 to No.11 @
11,583-11,585 ft.
Schlumberger from 10
11,584 ft..Priller's
log from 48 to 11,585'








COLLIER COUNTY
Sunniland Field continued

YEAR
FGS COMPANY or OWNERS FARM or LOCATION ELEV- COM- DEPTH REMARKS
~ WELL NAME ACTION P TED
~- _________________,___,__,


w-
1977


Humble Oil &
Refining Company




















Humble Oil &
Refining Company


Lee Tidewater
Cypress Lumber
Co., "B" No. 3



















Lee Tidewater
Cypress Lumber
Co., "B" No. 4


Sec.13,T48S,R29E
Sunniland, 4 mi.
NW



















Sec.13,T48S,R29E
Sunniland, 4 mi.
NW


1949





















1949


11,579





















11,576


23.3Grd
33.8 DF





















32 DF


Twelfth Oil Producer
Form 2 appvd. June 7,
1949. Form 9 rec'd Aug.
20,1949.Began: June 13,
1949. Comp: Aug. 10,
1949. Initial Pro-
duction: Flowed 447.24
bbls. oil in 24 hrs.
GOR: 85 to 1. Choke:
1/4". Tubing Pressure:
270. Casing Pressure:
170. Gravity:25 API.
Producing Horizon:
11,560-11,579 ft. 449
cuttings from 106 to
11,560 ft. Cores from
No. 1 @ 11,500-11,510
to No. 14 @ 11,577-
11,579 ft. Schlumber-
ger from 96 to 11,576
ft. Driller's log from
40 to 11,579 ft.
Thirteenth Oil Producer
Form 2 appvd. Nov. 1,
1949. Began: Nov. 6,
1949. Comp: Dec. 28,
1949. Initial pro-
duction test completed
Jan. 3, 1950. Flowed:
437.42 bbls, oil in 24
hrs. GOR 105 to 1.








COLLIER COUNTY


Sunniland Field continued


YEAR
FGS COMPANY or OWNERS FARM or LOCATION ELEV- COM.- DEPTH REMARKS
o. __ WELL NAME ACTION PLEED


Choke: 5/32". Tubing
Pressure: 730. Casing
Pressure: 565. Grav-
ity: 25.3 API. Pro-
ducing Horizon: 11,535-
11,576 ft. 449 cut-
tings from 85 to 11,576
ft. Cores from No. 1 i
11,500-11,510 to No. 18
@ 11,575-11,576 ft.
Schlumberger from 78 to
11,576 ft. Driller's
log from 85 to 11,576
ft.


W-2104l


continued


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COLLIER COUNTY


Northwest Sunniland Prospect


YEAR
SF'GS COMPANY or OWNERS FARM or LOCATION ELEV- COM- DEPTH REMARKS
N.;O ___ WELL NAME ATION PLE.T D _


Humble Oil &
Refining Company


Gulf Coast
Realties Corp.
"D" No. 1


Sec. 3,T48S,R28E
Sunniland, 7 mi.
rTIw


36.9DF


1949


11,900


Dry and abandoned.
Form 2 appvd. Jan. 5,'
1949. Form 5 appvd.
Mar.29,1949. Began:
Jan.17,1949. Comp:
Mar.n 1949. 511 cut-
tings from 100 to
11,700 ft. Cores from
No. 1 @ 11,740-11,750
to No.30 @ 11,890-
11,900 ft. Schlumberger
from 91 to 11,900 ft.
Driller's log from 390
to 11,900 ft.


_- -- ________ ___ __-_- -___I______-______---__-____-- __


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COLLIER COUNTY


Southwest Lake Trafford Prospect


FGS COMPANY or OWNERS FARM or LOCATION ELEV- COM- DEPTH REMARKS
NO. WELL NAME ATION PLETED


Humble Oil &
Refining Company


Gulf Coast
Realties Corp.,
"E" No. 1


Sec.19,T47S,R28E
Sunniland, 16 mi.
NMW


31 DF


1949


12,210


Dry and abandoned. Form
2 appvd. Apr.6,1949.
Form 5 appvd. Aug. 2,
1949. Began: Apr. 10,
1949. Comp: July 27,
1949. 429 cuttings
Prom 160 to 11,840 ft.
,ores from No. 1 C
11,650-11,660 to tYo. 41
0 11,958-11,968 ft.
Schlumberger from 96 to
12,202 ft. Driller's
Log from 48 to 12,210
rt.


w-
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- --


I


;1








COLUMBIA COUNTY


T---i ----- -- YEAR _
FGS COMPANY or OWNERS FARM or LOCATION ELEV- COM- DEPTH REMARKS
,^ I -I.?TT. ?AMAN ATI .I0T PLETED


; ;rJ*u R 1* I


Sun Oil Company














Sun Oil Company


W. F. Johnson
No. 1














Clarence Loyd
et al No. 1


Sec.27,T4S,R16E
Lake City, 5 mi.
SE












Sec .11,T5S,R17E
Lake City, 10 mi.
SE


76 Grd
86.5DF


124.5DF


1949


1949


3,051














2,928


Dry and abandoned. Form,
2 appvd. Apr. 26, 1949.
Form 5 appvd. June 7,
1949. Began: May 3,
1949. Comp: May 31,
1949. 166 cuttings
from 1,452 to 3,051 fti.
Cores from No. 3 @
2862-2864 to No. 29 @
3034-3034-1/2 ft.
Schlumberger from 70
to 3,050 ft. Driller's
log from 0 to 3,051 ft.
Also 12 samples from a
water well.

Dry and abandoned. Form
2 appvd. June 7,1949.
Form 5 appvd. July 12,
1949. Began:June 8,1949
Comp: July 4, 1949. 161
cuttings from 13 to
2,928 ft. Cores from
No. 1 @ 2839-2845 to
No. 23 @ 2923-1/4 -
2928 ft. Schlumberger
from 0 to 2,929 ft.
Driller's log from 0
to 2923 ft. Also
samples from a water
well.


4;


It


lI








COLUMBIA COUNTY continued


V V 9 q -


COMPANY or OWNERS


Sun Oil Company


FARM or
WEtL NAME


LOCATION


ELEV-
ATION


YEAR
COM-
PLETED


DEPTH


REMARKS


.9_ .9 4. t


Ruth M. Bishop
No. 1


Sec.10,T4S,R17E
Lake City,' 5 mi. SE


164 Grd
174.3DF


1949


2,828


Dry and abandoned. Forn
2 appvd. Aug. 2, 1949.
Form 5 appvd. Aug. 24,
1949. Began: Aug. 6,
1949. Comp: Aug. 24,
1949. 125 cuttings
from 5 to 2,828 ft.One
core No. 1 @ 2,823-282E
ft. Schlumberger from
140 to 2,827 ft.
Driller's log from 0
to 2,828 ft. Also
97 samples from a
water vell.


- .- __________________ L ________I.J







DADE COUNTY


YEAR
FGS COMPANY or OWNERS FARM or LOCATION ELEV- COM- DEPTH REMARKS
1NMO. __ _WELL NAME I ATION PLJED


Trustees of the
Internal Improve-
ment Fund No. 1
State Lease 340-A


Sec.25,T55S,R37E
Miami, 28 mi. SW


9.0Grd
25.3DF


1949


11,520


Form 2 appvd. Sept. 27,
1949. Form 5 rec'd Dec.
21,1949. Began: Oct. 2,
1949. Comp: Dec. 18,
1949. 402 cuttings
from 0 to 10,900 ft.
Cores from No. 1 @
10,760-10,766 to No.
27 @ 11,515-11,520 ft.
Schlumberger from 1070
to 11,519 ft. Driller's
log from 0 to 11,520 ft
Sample log by J. E.
Banks from 6,400 to
11,520 ft.


W-
2038


Coastal
Company


Petroleum







DIXIE COUNTY


YEAR
FGS COMPANY or OWNERS FARM or LOCATION ELEV- COM- DEPTH REMARKS
NO. WELL NAIE ATION PLETEZD


Sun Oil Company


P. C. Crapps "A"
No. 1


Sec.36,T8S,R1OE
Hines, 3 mi. NW


32 Grd
41.2 DF


1949


- p L J______________


5,104


Dry and abandoned.
Form 2 appvd. Jan. 5,
1949. Form 5 appvd.
Mar. 15, 1949. Began:
Jan. 25, 1949. Comp:
Mar. 6, 1949. 231
cuttings from 15 to
5,104 ft. Cores from
No. 1 3,173-3,178 to
No. 20 @ 3,659-3,665
ft. Schlumberger from
40 to 5,103 ft.-
Driller's log from 0
to 5,104 ft. Also
samples from a water
well.







LAFAYETTE COUNTY


YEAR
:FGS COMPANY or OWNERS FARM or LOCATION ELEV- COM- DEPTH REMARKS
O.____. WELL NAME ATIONI PLETED


Coastal Petroleum
Company











Gulf Oil Corporation


Ronald Sapp
No. 1











Brooks-Scanlon,
Inc., Block 49,
No. 1


Sec.18,T6S,R14E
Branford, 2 mi. W











Sec.36,T5S,R10E,
Mayo, 8mi. SW


27.44Grd
39.44 DF











76.1 Grd
87.1 DF


1949












1949


3,507












4,512


-,~I 3 L..._______


Dry and abandoned.
Form 2 appvd. Feb. 1,
1949. Form 5 appvd.
Mar. 29, 1949. Began:
Feb. 17; 1949. Camp:
Mar. 19, 1949. 172 cut-
tings from 12 to 3,506
ft. Cores from No. 1 @
3,038-3,043 to No. 23 @
3,505-3,506 ft. Schlum-
berger from 112 to
3,507 ft. Driller's log
from 0 to 3,507 ft.

Dry and abandoned.
Form 2 appvd. Aug. 23,
1949. Form 5 appvd.
Oct.12,1949. Began: Aug
30,1949. Comp: Oct. 5,
1949. 297 cuttings from
0 to 4,560 ft. Cores
from No. 1I 1,645-
1,650 to No.45 @ 4,511-
4,512 ft. Schlumberger
from 1,752 to 4,512 ft.
Driller's log from 0
to 4,512 ft.


2000
2000








LEVY COUNTY


Lebanon Prospect


YAR -
EGS COMPANY or OWNERS FARM or LOCATION ELEV- COM- DEPTH REMARKS
NO. ______WELL NAM ACTION PIETED ___


Humble Oil &
Refining Company


C. E. Robinson et
ux No. 1


iSec .19,T16S,R17E
Lebanon Station,
6 mi. S


Grd
DF


1949


4,609


Dry and abandoned. Form
2 appvd. May 10, 1949.
Form 5 appvd. Aug. 23,
1949. Began: May 16,
1949. Comp: Aug. 10,
1949. 425 cuttings
from 125 to 4,370 ft.
Cores from No. 1 @
4,005-4,010 to No. 79
a 4,575-4,609 ft.
Schlumberger from 82
to 4,609 ft. Drill-
er's log from 388 to
4,609 ft.


I. __________________ ___________ ________ ________________________________








LEVY COUNTY continued


.... YEAR
.FIGS COMPANY or OWNERS FARM or LOCATION ELEV- CM- DEPTH REMARKS
0. _____WELL NAME __ATION PL, ____ED_


J. A. Abbott,
Trustee













Levy M Oil
Company


Prudential Tim-
ber Company No. 1













A. P. Hardee &
H. E. Hardee
No. 1


Sec.34,T13S,R16E,
Gulf Hammock, 4 mi.
N












Sec.20,T12S,R17E
Bronson, 1 mi.
SE


18'+


Start-
ed June
14,1949


S-- 4- I- P.


Report-
ed
1,740

Reaming
Dec.29,
1949 @
1,718'


Form 2 appvd. July
27, 1949


Form 2 appvd. Aug.
16, 1949.
Location only.







MARION COUNTY


YTAR
GS COMPANY or WES FAM or LOCATION ELSV- COM- DEPTH EMAKS
i. _____WELL NAME ACTION PLD_____


Sun Oil Company


H. T. Parker
No. 1


Sec.24,T148,R22E,
Silver Springs,
3 mi. N


69 Grd
79 DF


1949


3,845


1'


Dry and abandoned. Form
2 appvd. Mar. 1, 1949.
Form 5 appvd. ai4y 10,
1949. Began: Mar. 6,
1949. Comp: Apr. 23,
1949. 208 cuttings
from 48 to 3,845.ft.
Cores from No. 1 @
1565-1570 to No. 17 @
3836-3845 ft. schllum-
berger from 52 to 3,81.C
ft. Driller's log from?
0 to 3,845 ft. Also
samples from water
wells.







MONROE COUNTY


I I YEAR
S COMPANY or OWNERS FARM or LOCATIONT ELE~- COM- DEPTH REMARKS
W*`6 1.WVELL NAME I I ACTION PLETED ___


Coastal Petroleum
Company


Coastal
Company


Sec. 32,T62S,R38E
on Plantation Key
2 mi. S6T of Tavern-
ier












Sec. 25,T59S,R40E
Key Largo, 10 mi.
YT


3 Grd
16 KB


1949


7,559


.1.-- a


State of Florida
No. 1, Lease No.
363












H. R. Williams
No. 1


Petroleum


Dry and abandoned. Form
2 appvd. June 28, 1949.
Form 5 appvd. Oct. 4,
1949. Began: July 12,
1949. .Comp: Sept. 30,
1949. 299 cuttings from
350 to 3,610 ft. No ad-
ditional cuttings or
cores. Difficult drill
ing, no returns.
Schlumberger from 1,028
to 7,559 ft. Driller's
log from O to 7,559 ft.
Amplified well log from
o to 7,559 ft.

Form 2 appvd. Oct. 25,
'1949. Began: Nov. 11,
1949. Drilling at
Depth of 5,916 ft., Dec
29, 1949.







SUWAhNEE COUNTY


IGS COMPANY or OWNERS FARM or LOCATION ELEV- COM- DEPTH REMARKS
qNO. WELL NAME ___ATON PLED


Sun Oil Company


A. B. Russell
No. 1


Sec .8,T5S,R15E
Lake City, 15 mi.
SW


86.0 Grd
96.3 DF


1949


3,139


Dry and abandoned.
Form 2 appvd. July 12,
1949. Form 5 appvd.
Aug. 16, 1949. Began:
July 10, 1949. Comp:
Aug. 1, 1949. 180 cut-
tings from 46 to 3,139
ft. Cores from No. 1 @
2924-2929 to No. 32 @
3135'3"-3136'5'
Schlumberger from 102
to 3,138 ft. Driller's
log from 0 to 3,139 ft.
Also 41 samples from a
water well.


-- --


~-~---







TAYLOR COUNTY


AR
FGS COMPANY or OWNERS FARM or LOCATION ELEV- COM- DEPTH REMARKS
0N. 1 1 WELL NAME ___ATION PLEvED


Gulf Oil Corporation











Gulf Oil Corporation








Gulf Oil Corporation


Brooks-Scanlon,
Inc.,Block 42,
No. 1










Brooks-Scanlon,
Inc.,Block 33,
No. 1






Brooks-Scanlon,
Inc.,Block 37,
No. 1


Sec.9,T8S,R9E,
Clara, 6 mi. W











Sec .18,T4S,R9E,
Fenholloway, 4
mi. NE






Sec.17,T6S,R9E,
Carbur, 2 mi. NW


30.1Grd
41 DF


Grd
DF


56.7Grd
67.7DF


1949












1949


5,517












2,693
Dec.31,
1949


Form 2 appvd. Sept. 27,
1949. Form 5 appvd.
Dec. 13, 1949. Began:
Oct.12,1949. Comp: Dec.
1,1949. 356 cuttings
from 1,905 to 5,518 ft.
Cores from No. 1 @
1849-1860 to No. 43 a
5512-5517 ft. Schlum-
berger from 54 to 5,517
ft. Driller's log from
10 to 5,517 ft.

Form 2 appvd.Nov.22,
1949. Began: Dec. 9,
1949.






Form 2 appvd. Dec. 27,
1949. Location only


-~~~~~~~ .-.___________ n















Wells for which completion or additional data have been obtained since

issuing Information Circular No. 1 Revised, January 1, 1949, will

be found in the tables following.







COLLIER COUNTY


Sunniland Field


Humble Oil &
Refining Company


Gulf Coast
Realties Corp.
No. 9


Sec .24,T48S,R29E
Sunniland, 2-1/2
mi. I?


Plugged and abandoned April 29, 1948


I ,







COLLIER COUNTY
West Sunniland Prospect


PGW COMPANY or OWNERS FARM or LOCATION ADDITIONAL DATA
NO. __ _WELL NAME


Humble Oil &
Refining Company




Humble Oil &
Refining Company


Gulf Coast
Realties Corp."B"
No. 1



Lee Tidewater
Cypress Lumber"
Company "C"
No. 1


Sec.23,T48S,R28E
Sunniland, 9 mi. W




Sec .7,T48S,R29E
Sunniland, 6 mi.
NW


Cores from No. 1 @ 5,451-5,456 to No. 165 @
12,213-12,220 ft.




Dry and abandoned. Completed January 5, 1949. Total
depth 11,893 ft. 482 cuttings from 80 to 11,860 ft.
Cores from No. 1 @ 11,800-11,810 to No. 6 @
11,840-11,845 ft. Schlumberger from 46 to 11,895
ft. Driller's log from 80 to 11,893 ft.


W-
1878


-i


--- '---







COLLIER COUNTY


Southwest Lake Trafford Prospect


FGS COMPANY or OWNERS FARM or LOCATION ADDITIONAL DATA
O110. WELL NAME


Humble Oil &
Refining Company


Gulf Coast
Realties Corp.
"C" No. 1


Sec .21,T47S,R28E
Sunniland, 14 mi.
MW


- --J.


444 cuttings from 80 to 12,120 ft. Cores from No. 1
@ 5,410-5,415 ft. to No. 143 @ 12,110-12,120 ft.


W-
1883







J.CKSON COUNTY


FGS COMPANY or OWNERS FARM or LOCATION ADDITIONAL DATA
NO. W__ ELL NAf4E


Humble Oil &
Refining Company


W. Claud Tindel
et ux No. 1


Sec .8,T5N,Rl1W
Cottondale, 4 mi. N


Dry and abandoned. Completed January
depth 9,243 ft. 452 cuttings from 45
Cores from No. 1 @ 1,880-1,890 ft. to
9,242-9,243 ft. Schlumberger from 57
Driller's log from 14 to 9,243 ft.


5, 1949. Total
to 9,243 ft.
No. 143 @
to 9,245 ft.


I ` '-








JEFFERSON COUNTY


SOS COMPANY or OWNERS FARM or LOCATION ADDITIONAL DATA
NO. __ WELL NAME


Petroleum


Everett P.
Larsh No. 1


Sec.1,T2S,R3E
Wacissa, 1-1/2 mi SE


Dry and abandoned. Completed January 11, 1949. Total
depth 7,913 ft. 712 cuttings from 12 to 7,913 ft.
Cores from No. 1 @ 3,420-3,425 ft. to No. 17 @
7,911-7,913 ft. Schlumberger from 45 to 7,905 ft.
Driller's log from 0 to 7,913 ft.


Coastal
Company


----------








LEVY COUNTY


{YEAR---------
FGS COMPANY or OWNERS FARM or LOCATION ELEV- COM- DEPTH REMARKS
NO. _WELL NAME ETIOTN I ITD


Carl M. Brukenfeld
Syndicate


Levy-Lennon
Syndicate Inc.
No. 1


5, T14S, R16E
Hanmock, 4 mi.


17.6
aneroid


1949


2,173


Sec.
Gulf
N


Dry and abandoned. Form
2 appvd. Nov. 4, 1947.
Form 5 appvd. Nov. 29,
1949. Well begun by
R. W. Landrum Drilling
Co., Nov. 10, 1947 who
continued to depth of
1035 ft. Strong sulphur
water flow. Landrum
suspended drilling Dec.
1, 1947. The Duval
Drilling Co .,Jackson-
ville began drilling
again Mar. 31, 1948,
under supervision of
0. J. French. Activi-
ties continued inter-
mittently until Aug. 20
1949. Well was plugg-
ed and abandoned Dec. i
1949. 176 samples from
10 to 2,110 ft. No
Schlumberger. Driller's
log from 1020 to 1,567
ft.


I I







PUTIAM COUNTY


FGS COMPANY or OWNERS FABM or LOCATION ADDITIONAL DATA
NO. _WELL NAME


Sun Oil Company


H. E. Westbury
et al No. 1


- ---


Irregular Section
Sec. 37, T11S, R26E
Rodman, 3 mi. NE


Dry and abandoned. Completed January 16, 1949. Total
depth 3,892 ft. 114 cuttings from 70 to 1,850 ft.
Cores from No. 1 @ 2,050-2,054 ft. to No. 200 @
3,890-3,892 ft. Schlumberger from 132 to 3,889 ft.
Driller's log from 0 to 3,892 ft.








TAYLOR COUNTY
Perry Area

1GS COMPANY or OWNERS FARM or LOCATION ADDITIONAL DATA
NO. __WELL NIAME


Gulf Oil Corporation


G. H. Hodges, No. 1


Sec. 12, T5S, R6E
Hampton Springs,
1-1/2 mi. SW


Received 191 cuttings from 1,610 to 6,240 ft. Cores
from No. 7 ( 1,985-1,995 ft. to No. 16 @ 6,229-6,254
ft. Igneous rock.


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VOLUSIA COUNTY


FGS COMPANY or OWNERS FARM or LOCATION ADDITIONAL DATA
NO. WELL NAME


Grace Drilling Co.
(Successor to
Paul S. Oles)


Retail Lumber Co.,
(Bond Lumber Co.)
No. 1
50' V of Bond
Lumber Co. No. 1


Sec.2,T15S,R30E
De Leon Springs,
8 mi. !TE


Dry and abandoned. Completed January 30, 1949.
Total depth: 5,424-1/2 ft. 180 cuttings from 83
5,424-1/2 ft. Cores from a core @ 2,401-2,402 to
core @ 4,258-4,272 ft. Schlumberger from 83 to
5,418 ft. Driller's log from 0 to 5,424-1/2 ft.
Bottomed in granite.


L _____________ ___________________________________


W17
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