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Series Title: 1967- Information circular State of Florida, Department of Natural Resources, Bureau of Geology
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STATE OF FLORIDA
STATE BOARD OF CONSERVATION




DIVISION OF GEOLOGY
Robert O. Vernon, Director





INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 54




OIL AND GAS ACTIVITIES IN FLORIDA, 1965





By
Clarence Babcock


TALLAHASSEE
1968
































































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





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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS


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
























































































































































































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CONTENTS

Page
Acknowledgments ........................................ iii
Production .............................................. 1
Sunoco-Felda field ................................... 1
Sunniland field ...................................... 5
Exploration ............................................. 5
Exploratory drilling .................................. 5
Proposed exploratory drilling .......................... 8
Geophysical activity ................................. 8
New Alabama field near northwestern Florida .............. 8
Rules and regulations .................................... 9
Bibliography ....................................... ......... 11
Appendix 1-Well data sheets, 1965 .......................... 13
Appendix 2-Well and locality designation system ............. 49



ILLUSTRATIONS

Figure
1 Florida petroleum exploration and production, 1965 ..... 2
2 Florida offshore geophysical permits issued in 1965 .... 9


TABLES

Table
1 Development drilling, 1965 .......................... 3
2 Exploratory drilling, 1965 ........................... 6



















































































































I








OIL AND GAS ACTIVITIES IN FLORIDA, 1965


By
Clarence Babcock

PRODUCTION

Sunoco-Felda Field

The second and newer of Florida's two oil fields is the
Sunoco-Felda field of Hendry County, south Florida, shown on
figure 1, which officially was opened to production by the Sun
Oil Company on October 9, 1964.

Table 1 shows that a total footage of 276,558 feet were drilled
in this field in 24 wells that were terminated in 1965; data sheets
on these wells are included in appendix 1. Of this footage, 218,434
feet were: drilled in 19 oil wells yielding a combined initial produc-
tion of 3,846 BOPD (barrels of oil per day); and 58,124 feet were
penetrated in 5 dry holes. These dry holes, which are the only
failures drilled to the present time, delineate the field to the
west, south and east.

Currently the operator is drilling at 3 new field locations.
These wells are not included in table 1 and appendix 1, but will
be included in the 1966 compilations.

The Sunoco-Felda field produces on pump from the Roberts
zone, which occurs about: 65 feet below the top of the Sunniland
Limestone- (defined by Paul L. Applin, 1960, p. 209) of Early
Cretaceous Age. The Roberts zone consists of microfossiliferous
(miliolitic) limestone reached at depths ranging from about 11,462
feet to 11,495 feet. It appears that a permeability trap is respon-
sible for oil accumulation in the field. The producing interval in
up-dip wells to the north is tight and yields a large percentage
of salt water.

Yields from the better wells in the field range from 320 BOPD
to 355 BOPD on pump. During the month of December, 1965, the
field produced 97,342 barrels of oil with an estimated 53,000






2 DIVISION OF GEOLOGY

barrels of salt water from 22 pumping wells. Cumulative production
from the field since its discovery, October 9, 1964, through Decem-
ber 31, 1965, was 706,218 barrels of oil.


The Sun Oil Company reports that to date in excess of five
million dollars have been spent in developing the Sunoco-Felda
field.


POLL.
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Discovered
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( 9,348,3
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Ied durn i 1965 (ail
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SUNOCO-FELDA FBD
Dicovred: October 9,1964
Cuudative production to Dec.31,1965
L 706218 barrels


ARD FED
outy, Alabama
: Jar 1952
luction to Dec. 31,1965
78 barrels


SU LAND FIELD
Dicovered September 26 1943
Cumdaive prod tion to December31,1965
9.125.916 barrels

FORTY-MBE BED FED
Dicovered February 26,1954
Abndoned September 1955
Cumlive production
32,888 barrels


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Figure 1. Florida petroleum exploration and production, '1965.






Table 1. Development drilling, 1965 total development footage: 302, 714


County

Sudnniland field


Cnrnnanv Well No. Landowner


Deoth in feet Initial production


A) Successful wells

'Collier Humble Oil 23-A Gulf Coast Realties
Collier Humble Oil 24 Gulf Coast Realties

Total footage, and initial production,
1965 Sunniland field wells


11,656
14,500


562 BOPD
464 BOPD


26,156


Sunoco-Felda field

A) Successful wells


4-2 The Collier Company


24-1
29-2
29-3
29-4
30-4
32-2A
32-4
20-4
21-3
28-1
28-2
28-3
28-4
29-1


Lee-Tidewater
Red Cattle Company
Red Cattle Company
Red Cattle Company
Red Cattle Company
Red Cattle Company
Red Cattle Company
Sunoco-Felda
Sunoco-Felda
Sunoco-Felda
Sunoco-Felda
Sunoco-Felda
Sunoco-Felda
Sunoco-Felda


11,488

11,551
11,478
11,489
11,472
11,484
11,493
11,471
11,525
11,550
11,470
11,477
11,612
11,469
11,474


336 BOPD

53 BOPD
164 BOPD
302 BOPD
333 BOPD
112 BOPD
115 BOPD
306 BOPD
5 BOPD
90 BOPD
53 BOPD
318 BOPD
267 BOPD
152 BOPD
2i0 BOPD


From Sunniland Limestone
From Sunniland Limestone


1,026 BOPD





From Sunniland Limestone

From Sunniland Limestone
From Sunniland Limestone
From Sunniland Limestone
From Sunniland Limestone
From Sunniland Limestone
From Sunniland Limestone
From Sunniland Limestone
From Sunniland Limestone
From Sunniland Limestone
From Sunniland Limestone
From Sunniland Limestone
From Sunniland Limestone
From Sunniland Limestone
From Sunniland Limestone


Comment


Collier

Hendry
Hendry
Hendry
Hendry
Hendry
Hendry
Hendry
Hendry
Hendry
Hendry
Hendry
Hendry
Hendry
Hendry


Sun Oil

Sun Oil
Sun Oil
Sun Oil
Sun Oil
Sun Oil
Sun Oil
Sun Oil
Sun Oil
Sun Oil
Sun Oil
Sun Oil
Sun Oil
Sun Oil
Sun Oil


__


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Table 1, Development drilling, 1965 total development footage: 302,714


County Company Well No, Landowner Depth in feet Initial production Comment


Sun Oil
Sun Oil
Sun Oil
Sun Oil


33-1 Sunoco-Felda
332- Sunoco-Felda
33-3 Sunoco-Felda
33-4 Sunoco-Felda


11,747
11,480
11,487
11,490


Total footage, and initial production,
1965 Sunoco-Felda field wells

B) Unsuccessful wells


Sun Oil
Sun Oil

Sun Oil



Sun Oil


3-2 The Collier Company
4-3 The Collier Company


30-3


Red Cattle Company


32-3 Red Cattle Company


11,675
11,630

11,625



11,619


Continuation, unsuccessful Sunoco-Felda field wells


Sun Oil


27-3


Sunoco-Felda


11,575


306 BOPD
336 BOPD
355 BOPD
33 BOPD


218,434


From Sunniland Limestone
From Sunniland Limestone
From Sunniland Limestone
From Sunniland Limestone


3,846 BOPD


P & A Cretaceous test
P & A Cretaneous test

P & A Cretaceous test
converted in 1966 to
injection well for pressure
maintenance system
P & A Cretaceous test



P & A Cretaceous test


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

Total footage, successful and
unsuccessful Sunoco-Felda field wells

Total development footage, and initial production, 1965 wells


Hendry
Hendry
Hendry
Hendry


Collier
Collier

Hendry



Hendry



Hendry


0
0


58,124


276,558

302,714


4,872 BOPD'






INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO 54


Sunniland Field

The Sunn'iland oil field (fig. 1), discovered in 1943 and oper-
ated by the Humble Oil and Refining Company, is located 18 miles
south of the Sunoco-Felda field.

As shown on table 1, a total of 26,156 feet were drilled in two
Sunniland field wells completed in 1965; data sheets on these
wells are included in appendix 1. Both of these tests were com-
pleted in the latter part of the year as flowing wells with initial
productions of 562 BOPD and 464 BOPD, respectively. One of
these holes, the Humble No. 24 Gulf Coast Realties Corporation
well, was drilled to 14,500 feet of depth, and is the deepest well
drilled to date in the field.

Production from the Sunniland field is primarily from a part
of the Sunniland Limestone which contains disoriented macro-
fossils (rudistids), and which is reached at depths ranging from
about 11,548 feet.to 11,567 feet. Productive zones occur in an
interval extending from the top of the Sunniland Limestone to a
point about .75 feet deeper in the section. The lowermost of the
four main productive zones in the Sunniland field is correlative
with the productive Roberts zone in the Sunoco-Felda field.

During the month of December, 1965, this field produced
83,978 barrels of oil from 13 pumping wells and 2 flowing wells.
The cumulative production from the field through December 31,
1965, is 9,125,916 barrels of oil. At the present time it .is thought
that 25 to 35 million barrels of oil probably is a reasonable figure
for the initially recoverable reserves of the field.

EXPLORATION

Exploratory Drilling

As recapitulated in table 2, a total of 34,586 feet were drilled
in six exploratory wells in 1965 (see figure 1 for locations); all
of these wells have been plugged and abandoned. Well data sheets
on these tests are included in appendix 1. Five of these wells
were located in northern peninsular Florida and tested the Upper








Table 4, Exploratory drilling, 1965 total exploratory footage: 34, 586


County Company Well No. Landowner Depth in feet Comment

A) Rank exploratory wells


Citrus
Citrus
Citrus


Mobil Oil
Mobil Oil
Mobil Oil


Columbia Michael 1
Columbia Thayer-Davis 1


Camp Phosphate
Oarby
Harbond


Ripley
Ripley


P & A Upper
P & A Upper
P & A Upper


4,493
5,556
4,794

3,078
5,050


Cretaceous test
Cretaceous test
Cretaceous test


P & A Upper Cretaceous test
P & A Upper Cretaceous test and
Paleozoic test


Total footage, rank exploratory wells


B) Outpost well to the abandoned Forty Mile Bend field


St. of Fla. 1939-1939S 11,615


P & A Cretaceous test


Total footage, Forty Mile Bend field outpost

Total exploratory drilling, 1965


(P & A, plugged and abandoned)


Dade


Serio


22,971


11,615

34,586





INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 54


Cretaceous section, with one of them, the Thayer-Davis, No. 1
Ripley test in Columbia County, continuing deeper to penetrate
2,172 feet of Paleozoic rock. This was the third well in the State
to drill a considerable thickness of the Paleozoic section.

The sixth exploratory test in 1965 was the Serio No. 1 State
Lease 1939-1939S well, which was located in Dade County, south
Florida about 3,300 feet north of the discovery well for the aban-
doned Forty Mile Bend field, and which reached a depth of 11,612
feet. Core recovery from the upper Sunniland zone contained a
slightly oil stained interval from 11,347-11,382 feet. A drill stem
test recovery in 4 hours consisted.of 615. feet of salt water with
slight oil staining. Coring at 11,452-11,502 feet in the lower Sunni-
land zone revealed bleeding oil in very small fractures; the lower
Sunniland zone was not drill stem tested.

Exploratory wells still drilling at the end of 1965 are not
included in table 2 and appendix 1, but will be embodied in 1966
compilations. The following information on these tests was avail-
able at the end of the year:

1. The Sun Oil Company, No. 15-3 Consolidated Financial
Corporation well is located as an outpost about .1/4 miles
northeast of the Sunoco-Felda field, and has a proposed
depth of 11,600 feet. At the end of the year this well was
drilling at approximately 11,000 feet.

2. The Southern Triangle Oil Company No. 1 Lawless,
et al well, is located in Hendry County about 5% miles
west southwest of the town of La Belle, and 12 miles
north northwest .of the Sunoco-Felda field. The proposed
depth of this. well is 13,500 feet, and drilling commenced
December 30, 1965.

3. The Jett-Phillips No. 1, The Buckeye Cellulose Corpora-
tion, 'et al well, located in Lafayette County in northern
peninsular Florida, with a proposed depth of 6,000 feet,
was waiting on orders at .a depth of 5,270 feet as of the
year's end.






DIVISION OF GEOLOGY


Proposed Exploratory Drilling

The Mobil Oil Corporation is committed to the drilling of two
exploratory tests in 1966. One well will be located on state off-
shore acreage farmed out from Coastal Caribbean Oil and Minerals,
Ltd.. lessee. A primary objective of this test will be the Lower
Cretaceous section; the Sunniland Limestone should be reached
at about 11,200 feet. The other well, which also will be a.Lower
Cretaceous test, will be drilled on private land owned by the
Babcock-Florida Corporation and located in Charlotte and Lee
counties. Mobil acquired the right to drill on this acreage under
the terms of an agreement with the Gulf Oil Corporation, lessee.

Geophysical Activity

During 1965 geophysical operations, though credited with
little success in the past, were increased in the hope that new
techniques will be successful. Mainland activity has included
37 weeks in South Florida (in Hendry, Collier, Lee, Highlands
and DeSoto counties), and 24 weeks in the northwestern part of
the State (in Escambia, Santa Rosa, Okaloosa, Gulf and Franklin
counties).

Nine permits for offshore geophysical work, consisting pri-
marily of seismographic activity, were granted in 1965. Figure 2
shows- the permit numbers; type of geophysics to be performed;
operator, contractor and permitted for each permit; in some cases
the crew weeks of work completed; and the general localities of
the proposed activity.

New Alabama Field Near Northwestern Florida

Fifteen miles west northwest of the northwestern tip of
Florida (fig. 1) and in Baldwin County, Alabama, the Lee No. 1
Smith well was completed November 16, 1965 as a producer from
the Paluxy Sand. On the initial production test through perforations
at 8,382-8,387 feet, this well flowed through a 7/64-inch choke,
20 BOPD with a fluid gravity of 16 degrees. Open tubing pressure
was 30 psi; shut-in tubing pressure, 418 psi; gas-oil ratio, 100 to
1. The location of this well is: 808 feet from the west line; 660
feet from the north line; Sec. 3, T IN, R 2E.






INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO 54


Sunniland Field

The Sunn'iland oil field (fig. 1), discovered in 1943 and oper-
ated by the Humble Oil and Refining Company, is located 18 miles
south of the Sunoco-Felda field.

As shown on table 1, a total of 26,156 feet were drilled in two
Sunniland field wells completed in 1965; data sheets on these
wells are included in appendix 1. Both of these tests were com-
pleted in the latter part of the year as flowing wells with initial
productions of 562 BOPD and 464 BOPD, respectively. One of
these holes, the Humble No. 24 Gulf Coast Realties Corporation
well, was drilled to 14,500 feet of depth, and is the deepest well
drilled to date in the field.

Production from the Sunniland field is primarily from a part
of the Sunniland Limestone which contains disoriented macro-
fossils (rudistids), and which is reached at depths ranging from
about 11,548 feet.to 11,567 feet. Productive zones occur in an
interval extending from the top of the Sunniland Limestone to a
point about .75 feet deeper in the section. The lowermost of the
four main productive zones in the Sunniland field is correlative
with the productive Roberts zone in the Sunoco-Felda field.

During the month of December, 1965, this field produced
83,978 barrels of oil from 13 pumping wells and 2 flowing wells.
The cumulative production from the field through December 31,
1965, is 9,125,916 barrels of oil. At the present time it .is thought
that 25 to 35 million barrels of oil probably is a reasonable figure
for the initially recoverable reserves of the field.

EXPLORATION

Exploratory Drilling

As recapitulated in table 2, a total of 34,586 feet were drilled
in six exploratory wells in 1965 (see figure 1 for locations); all
of these wells have been plugged and abandoned. Well data sheets
on these tests are included in appendix 1. Five of these wells
were located in northern peninsular Florida and tested the Upper









INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 54


A L A BA M


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PERMIT
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16 s. GEOPHYSICAL SERVICE INC.

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S PAN AMERICAN PETROLEUM CORP
S si.i (Western Geophysical Co)

,1 s.-...i TEXAS A&M
_----__ Humble
S. (GEOPHYSICAL SERVICE INC.)
,o H ulr. TEXACO
a2122 ,,. (Geophysical Service Inc)

FOOTNOTES
rv Permit 14. applied for by Tesco..ws not performed because of lease commitments.
il Map not provided. but area described aon the continental sheft south of Panama City."
t Thmse permits authorized single seismic line. It is the policy of the Diisio of Geoloy
to desribe the location in general terms.rather than plotting.
Permit CNERAL NATION AND APPROMATE LENGTH OF LIN
21 Suvrved Federal water bottoms.watedin westward ofm State offshore
acreage opposite Manatee County.a distance of abt 120 miles.


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Figure 2. Florida offshore geophysical permits issued in 1965.





RULES AND REGULATIONS



State Board of Conservation Order No. 1 provided, temporarily,

for a spacing of 160 acres for oil wells producing from the Roberts

zone of the Sunoco-Felda field. This order was to remain in effect

one year terminating December 15, 1965, with a provision for an

extension, upon request, ,of an additional six months to enable the

Sun Oil Company to acquire more complete geological and engi-

neering information relative to the drainage characteristics of the

field. Such a request was made by the company, and consequently

Temporary Order No. 1 was extended to May 6, 1966, at which

time there will be a final hearing to set permanent spacing rules.






10 DIVISION OF GEOLOGY

State Board of Conservation Order No. 2, dated July 20, 1965,
provided that brines produced by the Sunoco-Felda field shall be
injected into a disposal well below a packer set at 2,270-2,290
feet, through 2 7/8-inch tubing into highly permeable rock con-
taining very saline formation waters (16,000 ppm chloride ions).
Such injection would not be harmful to surface areas.

On December 9, 1965, the State Board of Conservation heard
testimony in connection with the application of the Humble Oil
and Refining Company to dispose of waste salt water produced
in the Sunniland field by injection to a depth below 2,900 feet.
Additional written briefs will be received in connection with this
hearing to assist the Board in rendering a decision on this appli-
cation.









INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 54


A L A BA M


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16 s. GEOPHYSICAL SERVICE INC.

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S PAN AMERICAN PETROLEUM CORP
S si.i (Western Geophysical Co)

,1 s.-...i TEXAS A&M
_----__ Humble
S. (GEOPHYSICAL SERVICE INC.)
,o H ulr. TEXACO
a2122 ,,. (Geophysical Service Inc)

FOOTNOTES
rv Permit 14. applied for by Tesco..ws not performed because of lease commitments.
il Map not provided. but area described aon the continental sheft south of Panama City."
t Thmse permits authorized single seismic line. It is the policy of the Diisio of Geoloy
to desribe the location in general terms.rather than plotting.
Permit CNERAL NATION AND APPROMATE LENGTH OF LIN
21 Suvrved Federal water bottoms.watedin westward ofm State offshore
acreage opposite Manatee County.a distance of abt 120 miles.


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Figure 2. Florida offshore geophysical permits issued in 1965.





RULES AND REGULATIONS



State Board of Conservation Order No. 1 provided, temporarily,

for a spacing of 160 acres for oil wells producing from the Roberts

zone of the Sunoco-Felda field. This order was to remain in effect

one year terminating December 15, 1965, with a provision for an

extension, upon request, ,of an additional six months to enable the

Sun Oil Company to acquire more complete geological and engi-

neering information relative to the drainage characteristics of the

field. Such a request was made by the company, and consequently

Temporary Order No. 1 was extended to May 6, 1966, at which

time there will be a final hearing to set permanent spacing rules.






INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 54 11


BIBLIOGRAPHY

Applin, Paul L.
1960 Significance of changes in thickness and lithofacies of
the Sunniland limestone, Collier County, Fla: U.S. Geol-
ogical Survey Professional Paper 400-B, 2 p., 1 fig.
























































































































4.






















APPENDIX I








CITRUS COUNTY


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

WCi-17S-18E-12 c* 09-017-10003 Mobil Oil Corp. 1 Camp Phosphate Co. Nov. 20, 1965 4,490 115 DF
(W-7534) (Dec. 7, 1965)

Location: / I
Sec. 12 T17S RISE (1,420' FWL-, and 955' FSL-', of the section)

Subsurface record:

(1) Plugged and abandoned
O
(2) Casing program:
Drove 13 3/8" at 76'
Set 8 5/8" at 738' with 400 sacks of cement

(3) Plugging details:
1264-1364', set 33 sacks of cement
635-835', set 68 sacks of cement
At surface, set cement from 0-20' in 8 5/8" casing, and welded a steel plate over casing

(4) Logs:
Induction-Electrical, 738-4, 303'; Borehole Compensated Sonic-Gamma Ray, 738-4, 491'
2/
(5) DST"at 4,375-4,422'. Chokes, 5/8". Open, 1 1/2 hour. Working pressure, 166 pounds.
Recovery, 75' of rat hole mud, and 1,812' of salt water. Bottom hole flowing pressure,
830 psi. Bottom hole closed-in pressure 1,963 psi.

1/ FWL, FEL, FSL, and FNL, mean from west, east, south and north lines, respectively.
2/ DST, Drill Stem Test..

*Note: This system of well designation is described in Appendix 2.


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CITRUS COUNTY


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


WCi-19S-17E-8 ba 09-017-10001 Mobil Oil Corp. 1
(W.-7543)


Garby


.Sept. 25, 1965
(Oct. 23, 1965)


5,556 13 DF


Location:
Sec. 8 T19S R17E (660' FNL, and 2,532'


FWL of the section)


Subsurface record:

(1) Plugged and abandoned

(2) Casing program:
Drove 13 3/8" to 83'
Set 8 5/8" at 756' with 200 sacks of Portland cement and 200 sacks'of common cement

(3) Plugging details:
660-860', set 65 sacks of common cement plus 2% calcium chloride
At surface, set 10 sacks of common cement from 0-3' in 8 5/8" casing
Filled hole with 10. 5 pound aguagel and baroid mud between cement plugs

(4) Logs:
Induction-Electrical, 759-5, 564,' Borehole Compensated Sonic-Gamma Ray, 759-5,564'

(5) DST: None






CITRUS COUNTY


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


WCi-17S-16E-25 a 09-017-10002 Mobil Oil Corp. 1
(W.7538)


Harbond


Oct. 27, 1965
(Nov. 12, 1965)


Location:
Sec. 25 T17S R16E (2,310' FWL, and 1,150' FNL of the section)

Subsurface record:

(1) Plugged and abandoned

(2) Casing program:
Drove 13 3/8" to 40'
Set 8 5/8" at 728' with 400 sacks at bottom and 10 sacks at top

(3) Plugging details:
552-828', set cement
At surface, set 10 sacks of cement inside 8 5/8" casing from 0-30'
The hole was filled with 9.7-pound aguagel mud between cement plugs

(4) Logs:
Induction-Electrical, 728-4, 790'; Borehole Compensated Sonic-Gamma Ray, 728-4, 750'

(5) DST: None


4,794 21 DF


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COLUMBIA COUNTY


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


WCo-4S-18E-15 bd 09-023-10009 Michaels Co.
(W-7108)

Location:
Sec. 15 T4S RISE (1,452' N and 660'


1 Ripley


May 9, 1965
(May 22, 1965)


3,078 155 DF


E of the SE corner of the section)


Subsurface record:

(1) Plugged and abandoned.

(2) Casing program:
Set 13 3/8" at 146' w/100 sacks
Set 8 5/8" at 1,376' w/355 sacks from bottom up to cavity. Then grouted 26 sacks at top.

(3) Plugging details:
Set 100' cement plug through open-ended drill pipe, and extending upward from about 2, 070'
Set 50' in-and-out plug across bottom of the 8 5/8" casing
Set 25' plug at surface of the 8 5/8" casing.

(4) Logs:
Induction-Electrical, 1,376-4, 078'; Borehole Compensated Sonic, 1, 565-3, 065'

(5) DST: None


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COLUMBIA COUNTY


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

WCo-4S-17E.23 bb 09-023-10008 Thayer-Davis 1 Ripley April 10, 1965 5,050 165 Ground
(W-7163) (April 27, 1965)

Location:
Sec. 23 T4S R17E (491' FSL and 575' FEL of the NE/4 of NE/4 of the section)

Subsurface record:

(1) Plugged and abandoned

(2) Casing program:
20"1 set at 86' w/100 cubic-feet of Posmix and 4% calcium chloride, plus 100 cubic feet of strata create
13,3/8" set at 155' w/100 sacks of cement
8 5/8" set at 1,274' w/200 sacks with 8% gel, plus 175 sacks of cement

(3) Plugging details: '
Set 200' cement plug (70 sacks) from 150' below the bottom of the 8 5/8" casing to 50' above the bottom of that casing
Set 25' cement plug in top of 8 5/8" casing
At surface, welded a steel plate on top of the casing
S Between cement plugs, the hole was filled with 10-pound mud ';

S (4) Logs:
Induction-Electrical, 1,274-2,917'; Borehole Compensated Sonic Log Gamma Ray.Log, 2,700-5,050'
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COLLIER COUNTY


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

WCr-48S-30E-18 cc 09-021-10042 Humble Oil and 23-A Gulf Coast Realties July 9, 1965 11,650 35 DF
(W-7475) Refining Co. Corp. (Sept. 24, 1965)

Location:,
Sec. 18 T48S R30E (100' N of the center of the SW/4 of the SW/4 of the section)

Subsurface record:

(1) Sunniland field producing well. The initial production was 584 BOPD, with 44 barrels of water through perforations of
4 shots per foot over the interval, 11,576-11,590'.

(2) Casing program:
20" at 180' w/,375 sacks
13 3/8" at 1,045' w/890 sacks
9 5/8" at 3,650'w/400 sacks
5 1/2" at 11,654' w/450 sacks of Slo-Set

(3) Logs: Z
Induction-Electrical, 3,648-11, 652'; Acoustilog, 3, 648-11, 651'; Gamma Ray-Neutron, 3,648-11, 653' 2

(4) Conventional cores:
a) No. 1, at 11,540-11,546'. Recovered 3 1/2'
b) No. 2, at 11,546-11,562'. Recovered 13'
c) No. 3, at 11,563-11,593'. Recovered 30'
d) No. 4, at 11,593-11,623'. Recovered 30'

(5) DST: None






CO.LLIEt COUNTY


American
Petroleum
Institute No. OPerator


Well
No.


Fee Name


Total
Commenced Depth Elevation
(Completed) (feet)_ (feet)


WCr.48S-29EZ.4 db
(W.7522)


09-021,10043 Humble Oil and
Refining Co,


Gulf Coast Realties
Corp.


Nov. 18, 1965
(Dec. 7, 1965)


14,500 36 DF


Location:
Sec. 24 T48S R29E (1, 980' S and 660' W of the NE corner of the section)

Subsurface record:

(1) Sunniland field producing well. The initial production was 464 BOPD with 40 barrels of salt water through penetrations of
4 shots per foot at 11,583-11,590' (Induction-Electrical Log), and after acidation with 300 gallons of MCA.

(2) Casing program:
Set 20" at 192' with 350 sacks of cement
Set 13 3/8" at 1,387' with 650 sacks of cement
Set 9 5/8" at 3,695' with 350 sacks of cement
Set 7" at 11,700' with 450 sacks of cement

(3) Logs:
Gamma Ray-Neutron, 3, 696-11,704'. Sonic, 11,705-13,490'; Borehole Compensated Density, 8, 000-11,704'.

(4) Conventional cores:
Core 1. 11,545-11,575'
Core 2. 11,575-11,605'
Core 3. 11,605-11,635'
Core 4. 12,569-12,599'


(5) Sidewall cores:
Attempted 17 sidewall cores from 8, 235-11,667'; recovered 17.


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Geology Well
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COLLIER COUNTY


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

WCr-46S-29E-3 a 09-021-10041 Sun Oil Co. 3-2 The Collier Co. April 25, 1965 11,675 53 DF
(W-7107) (May 23, 1965)

Location:
Sec. 3 T46S R29E (1,328' E and 1,370' S of the NW corner of the section)

Subsurface record:

(1) Plugged and abandoned. This was a southeast offset to the Sunoco-Felda field.

(2) Casing program:
Drove 30" to 30'
Set 13 3/8" at 1, 188' w/650 sacks
Set 9 5/8" at 3,540'w/200 sacks
Set 5 1/2"(?) at 11,36d(?) w/136 sacks of Slo-Set cement

(3) Plugging details:
11,360-11,675' set 136 sacks of Slo-Set cement
3,340-3,640' set 115 sacks of Portland cement, using 9 5/8" rubber plugs at 3,340' and 3,540'
At surface, used a shopmade 9 5/8" casing swedge, with a 2" valve

(4) Logs:
Induction-Electric, 3, 543-9, 904'; Sonic (with caliper), 8,403-9, 903'

(5) DST's:
a) 9,770-9,895'. Chokes, 5/8" and 3/16". Open, 2 hours. Working pressure, slight blow. Recovery, 120'
of salt water. Bottom hole flowing pressures, 969 psi and 973 psi. Bottom hole closed-in pressure, 3,796 psi.
b) 11,505(?)-11,513'. Chokes, 5/8" and 3/4". Open, 2 hours. Working pressure, 2 pounds. Recovery, 250' of
slightly oil cut water, and 6,351' of salt water (140, 000 ppm cl). Bottom-hole flowing pressures, 1,334 psi and
3,769 psi. Bottom-hole closed-in pressure, 4, 960 psi.









COLLIER COUNTY


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

WCr-46S-Z9E-4 a 09-021-10044 Sun Oil Co, 4-2 The Collier Co, August 28, 1965 11,488 54 DF
(W-7375) (Oct. 5, 1965)

Location:.
Sec. 4 T46S R29E (1,115' FNL, and 1,460' FWL of the section)

Stuiburface record:

(1) Sunoco-Felda field producing well. The initial production was 336 BOPD, with 15 barrels of salt water, from the
open hole at 11,474-11,488!, after acidation with 1,000 gallons of 15% HCL.

(2) Casing program: 0
Drove 20" to 64'
Set 13 3/8" at 1,160' with 650 sacks of cement
Set 9 5/8" at 3,397' with 200 sacks of cement
Set 5 1/2" at 11,474' with 200 sacks of cement
Ran 2 1/2" tubing to 5,079'

(3): Logs: 0
Electrical, 3,400-11,487'

(4) DST: None








COLLIER COUNTY


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


WCr-46S-29E-4 cc 09-021-10046 Sun Oil Co.
(W-77575)


4-3 The Collier Co.


Nov. 29, 1965
(Dec. 31, 1965)


11,630 48 DF


Location:
Sec. 4 T46S R29E (1, 000' FWL and 2,025' FSL of the section)

Subsurface record:

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

(2) Casing program:
Set 20" at 51 with 100 sacks of cement
Set 13 3/8" at 966' with 650 sacks of cement
Set 9 5/8" at 3,516'with 200 sacks of cement

(3) Plugging details:
11,300-11,630', set 125 sacks of Slo-Set cement
3,316-3,636', set 115 sacks of Portland cement
At surface, installed a 9 5/8" casing swage with a 2" valve
Note: No pipe was removed from this well when it was abandoned.

(4) Logs:
Induction-Electrical, 8,000-11,630'; Sonic, 3,509-11,631'

(5) DST at 11,495-11,500'. Chokes, 5/8" and 3/4". Oper 2 hours. Working pressure, 18 pounds. Recovery, 2,000'
of water cushion, and 6,600' of salt water.








DADE COUNTY


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

WDd-54S-35E-15 c 09-025-10011 Serio 1 St, of Florida June 30, 1965 11,615 21 DF
(W-7336) 1939 and 19395 (Aug. 6, 1965)

Location:
Sec. 15 T54S R35E (342' W of the center of the SW/4 of the section)

Subsurface record:

(1) Plugged and abandoned. This was a north outpost well to the discovery well for the abandoned Forty Mile Bend Field.

(2) Casing program:
Set 20" at 200' w/300 sacks
Set 13 3/8" at 1,117' w/785 sacks
Set 9 5/8" at 4,007'w/650 sacks

(3) Plugging details: .
11,270-11,370' set 45 sacks Slo-Set cement
3,925-4,075' set 70 sacks common cement; plug verified by "tagging"
Top of 9 5/8" casing plugged with 5 sacks common cement

(5) DST at 11,347-11,382'. Open, 4 hours. Recovery, 615' salt water (179,000 ppm CL), very slightly cut in the bottom
60' with gas and oil. Final flowing pressure, 983 psi. Final shut-in pressure, 4, 636 psi. Final mud pressure, 5, 220 psi;

(6) Conventional cores at 9,850-9,869'. Recovered 19' of limestone with slight oil show
11,332-11,383'. Recovered 50' dolomite and limestone. Top 5' and bottom 11' had slight oil show in tight
dolomite at the top, and tight limestone at the bottom, respectively. 11,452-11,502', recovered 37', consisting of
limestone with numerous very small fractures bleeding oil and water.

(4) Logs:
Induction-Electrical, 4,007-11,615'; Borehole Compensated Sonic Log, with Caliper Log, 4,007-11,615'.





HENDRY COUNTY


American
Petroleum
T.ati4,teA NTiv Onerwatfrw


WHy-45S-29E-15 c 09-051-10035 Sun Oil Co.
(W-7592)


15-3 Consolidated
Financial Corp.


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


11,649 48DF


Location:
Sec. 15 T45S R29E (1,329' FWL, and 1,308' FSL of the section)

Subsurface record:

(1) Plugged and abandoned. This was a dry outpost well at the northeast end of the Sunoco-Felda field.

(2) Casing program:
Set 20" at 63' with 75 sacks of cement
Set 13 3/8" at 1, 158' with 650 sacks of cement
Set 9 5/8" at 3,059' with 200 sacks of cement

(3) Pluggingdetails:
Recovered 2, 500' of 9 5/8" casing
850-1,188', set 125 sacks of Portland common cement with 16% gel and 2% calcium chloride
At surface, set 10 sacks of cement

(4) Logs:
Induction-Electrical, 3,054-11, 654'; Sonic, 8,000-11,653'


(5) DST: None


SDivision of
Geology Well
Numhl r


Well
N.


Fee Name


Commenced
(Comoleted)


Total
Depth
(feet)


Elevation
(feet)


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HENDRY COUNTY


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


WHy.45S-28E.24 b 09-051-10028
(W.7182)


Sun Oil Co. 24-1 Lee-Tidewater


May 25, 1965
(July 1. 1965)


11,551 52 DF


Location;
Sec. 24 T455 R28E (1,037' FEL, and 1,041' FNL of the section)

Subsurface record:

(1) Sunoco-Felda field producing well. The initial production was 53 BOPD, with 59 barrels of salt water through
perforations at 11,460-11,464', and after acidation through the perforations as follows:
500 gallons of 15% HCL in 1-barrel stages
250 gallons of 15% HCL with CRA-10
250 gallons of 15% HCL followed by 3,750 gallons of 15% HCL with 1% CRA-10

(2) Casing program:
SSet.20" at 122' with 250 sacks of cement
Set 13 3/8" at 1,135' with 650 sacks of cement
Set 9 5/8" at 3,542' with 250 sacks of cement
Set 5 1/2" at 11,551' with 325 sacks of cement
Ran 2 1/2" tubing to 5, 583'

(3) Logs:
S Casing Collar,.11,460-11,466'

;lote: Drilling operations on this well, originally designated the No. 1 Lee-Tidewater Cypress well, were initiated by
S ,the Humble Oil and Refining Company. On June 23, 1965, the Sun Oil Company became operator of the well, at
which time the name was changed to No. 24-1 Lee-Tidewater.


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HENDRY COUNTY




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

WHy.45ss-29E-29 a 09-051-10021' Sun Oil Co. 29-2 Red Cattle Co. June 1, 1965 11,478 54 DF
:-7179) (July 3, 1965)

L location :
Sec. 29 T45S R29E (1,400' FWL, and 1,200' FNL of the section) ':

Subsurface record:

(1) Sunoco-Felda field producing well. The initial production was 164 BOPD, with 38 barrels of salt water, from
the open hole at 11,469-11,478'. Prior to this test the acidation treatment was:
S.. .500 gallons of 15%,HCL was washed into the formation in 1-barrel stages
250 gallons of 15% HCL with CRA-10 was displaced into the formation
250 gallons of 15% HCL followed by 3,750 gallons of 15% HCL with 1% CRA-10

(2) Casing program:
.Drove 20" to 67' 1
Set 13 3/8" at 1,134' with 650 sacks
Set 9 5/8", at 3,550' with 200 sacks i
Set 5 1/2" at 11,469' with 200 sacks of Slo-Set cement
Ran 2,1/2" tubing to 4,510'

(3) Logs:
Induction-Electrical, 3,550-11,479'

(4) DST: None










HENDRY COUNTY


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

WHy-45S-29E-29 c 09-051-10020 Sun Oil Co. 29-3 Red Cattle Co, April 20, 1965 11,489 58 DF
(W-7106) (May 25, 1965)

Location:
Sec. 29 T45S R29E (1,300' FWL, and 1,400' FSL of the section)

Subsurface record:

(1) Sunoco-Felda field producing well. The initial production was 302 BOPD with 22 barrels of salt water from the
open hole at 11,480-11,489'. Prior to this test, the acidation treatment was:
500 gallons of 15% HCL washed into the formation in 1-barrel stages
500 gallons of 15% HCL with CRA-10 displaced into the formation 0

(2) Casing program:
Drove 20" to 70'
Set 13 3/8" at 1,172' with 650 sacks
Set 9 5/8" at 3,542' with 200 sacks
Set 5 1/2" at 11,480' with 200 sacks of Slo-Set cement
R an 2 1/2" tubing to 5,045'

(3) Logs:
Induction-Electrical, 3,542-11,491'

(4) DST: None






HENDRY COUNTY


Division of American Total
Geology 'Well Petroleum Well Commenced Depth Elevation
Number Institute No. Operator No. Fee Namo (Completed) (feet) (feet)
., 4 ~ 3


WHy-45S-29E-29 d 09-051-10012
(W-7056)
Location


Sun Oil Co.


29-4 Red Cattle Co.


March 21, 1965
(April 29, 1965)


Location:
SSec. 29 T45S R29E (1,350' FSL, and 1,300 FEL of the section)

Subsurface record:


(1) Sunoco-Felda field producing well. The initial production was 333 BOPD, with 15 barrels of load water from
the open hole at 11,461-11,472'. Prior to this test the acid treatment was:
500 gallons of 15% NE HCL washed-in in 1-barrel stages
S500 gallons.of 15% NE HCL with CRA-10 displaced into formation at a rate of 1/7 barrel per minute

(2) Casing program:,
Drove 30" to 40',
SSet 13 3/8" at 1,,188' with 650 sacks
' Set 9 5/8" at 3,535' with 200 sacks
Set 5 1/2" at 11,461' with 200 sacks of Slo-Set cement
Ran 2 1/2 tubing to 5,533'

(3) Logs:
Induction-Electrical, 3,533-11,474'

(4) DST: None


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HENRY COUNTY


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


WHy-45S-29E-30 a 09-051.10033 Sun Oil Co,
(Wgl.1862)


30-3 Red Cattle Co.


Nov. 9, 1965
(Dec. 4, 1965)


11,620 52 DF


Location:
Sec. 30 T45S R29E (1,500' FWL, and 1,320' at right angles FSL of the section)

Subsurface record:

(1) State Board of'Conservation Order No, 4, dated May 15, 1966, granted the Sun Oil Company permission to inject
salt water through this well into the Roberts Pool of the Sunoco-Felda field to conserve reservoir energy. The
entire salt water production of the field, which in December, 1966, was about 54% of the total fluid produced and which
at that time amounted to approximately 2,950 BWPD, was returned to the reservoir through perforations from 11,499-11,509'
in this down-gradient dry hole.

(2) Casing program:
20" at 68'
Set 13 3/8" at 1,144' with 750 sacks
Set 9 5/8" at 3,525' with 200 sacks


(3),


Plugging details:
11, 300-11, 620' set 120 sacks of Slo-Set cement
3, 325-3, 625Leet 115 eacks of Portland cement, neing 9 5/8" rubber plaigs at 3, 325' and 3, 525'
At surface, need a 9 5/8" casing wedge with a 2" valve
Note: No casing was removed from this well when it was abandoned


(4) Logs:
Induction-Electric, 3,528-11,625'; Sonic, 3,528 -11,624'

(5) DST at 11,490-11,498'. Chokes, 5/8" and 3/4". Open, 3 1/2 hours. Working pressure, 60 pounds, maximum.
Recovery, 2, 000' of water cushion, and 8,560' of salt water. Bottom hole flowing pressures 3,210 psi and 4,908 psi.
Bottom hole closed-in pressure, 4, 929 psi.


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HENDRY COUNTY


Division of American Total
geology Well Petroleum Well Commenced Depth Elevation
Number : Institute No. Operator No. Fee Name (Completed) (feet) (feet)
',11,484. 53... .


WHy-45S-29E-30 d
(W-1865)


09-051-10030 Sun Oil Co.


30-4 Red Cattle Co.


Sept. 5, 1965
(Oct. 14, 1965)


Location:.
Sec. 30 T45S R29E (1,189' FEL, and 1,422' FSL of the section)


Subsurface record:

(1) Sunoco-Felda field producing well. The initial production was 112 BOPD with 254 barrels of salt water, from
the open hole at 11,477-11,484', after acidation with 1,000 gallons of HCL.

(2) Casing program:
Drove 20" to 64'
Set 13 3/8" at 1, 156' with 650 sacks of cement
Set 9 5/8" at 3,433' with 200 sacks of cement
Set 5 1/2" at 11,477' with 200 sacks of cement
Ran 2 1/2" tubing to 5,039'

S (3) Logs:
Induction-Electrical, 3,438-11,485'

(4) DST: None


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HENDRY COUNTY


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


WHy-455-29E.32 ba 09-051-10043 Sun Oil Co.
(W-6929)


32-2 Red Cattle Co.


Jan. 6, 1965
(Feb. 5, 1965)


3,162* 54 DF


Location:
Sec. .32 T4SS R29E (700' FNL, and 700' FEL of the NW/4.of the section)

Subsurface record:

(1) State Board of Conservation Order No. 2, dated July 20, 1965, authorized the injection of brines produced by the
Sunoco-Felda field into this well below a packer set at 2, 270-2, 290', through 2 7/8" tubing, into highly permeable
rock containing very saline formation waters (16,000 ppm chloride ions). Such injection would not be harmful to
surface areas.

(2) Casing program:
Set 20" at 189' with 225 sacks of cement
Set 13 3/8" at 1,368' with 600 sacks of cement

(3) Logo:
: Sonic, with caliper, 1,370-2,530'

(4) DST: None


*The operator was unable to recover drill pipe and collars lost in the hole at 3,162' and extending from that point
to 2,618'. Consequently, the rig was skidded 500' west to drill the Sun, No. 32-2A Red Cattle Co. well.


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HENDRY COUNTY


.Division of
Geology Well


American
Petroleum


Number Institute No. Operator

WHy-45S-29E-32 a 09-051-10011 Sun Oil Co.
S(W-7193)


Well
No


FAA NMwam


32-2A Red Cattle Co.


Total
Commenced Depth
(Completed) (feet)


Feb. 12, 1965
(March 27, 1965)


Elevation
(feet)


11,493 53 DF


Location:
Sec. 32,- T45S R29E (700' FNL, and 1,318' FWL of the section). This was a revised location; the rig originally
on the No. 32-2 R. C. Co. well, in which the hole was lost, was skidded over 500', and the same permit number
assigned to this location.

Subsurface record:

(1) Sunoco-Felda field producing well. The initial production was 115 BOPD, with 79 barrels of water from the open
hole at 11,486-11,493'. There was no acid treatment of this hole prior to this test.

(2) Casing program:
30" at 40'
Set 20" at 188' with 300 sacks
Set 13 3/8" at 1,320' with 650 sacks
Set 9 5/8" at 3,491' with 200 sacks
Set 5 1/2" at 11,486' with 300 sacks of Slo-Set cement

(3) .Logs:
Induction-Electrical, 3,489-11,488'


(4) DST: None









HENRY COUNTY


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

WHy-45S-29E-32 c 09-051-10031 Sun Oil Co. 32-3 Red Cattle Co, Nov. 5, 1965 11,619 36 Ground
(W-7546) (Dec. 4, 1965)

Location: I.
Sec. 32 T45S R29E (1,901' FWL, and 1,307' FSL of the section)

Subsurface record: C

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

(2) Casing program:
Set 20" at 63'
Set 13 3/8" at 1,126' with 650 sacks of cement
Set 9 5/8" at 3,548' with 200 sacks of cement

(3) Plugging details:
11,300-11,619', set 120 sacks of Slo-Set cement
3,342-3,642', set 115 sacks of Portland cement, using 9 5/8" rubber plugs at 3,342' and 3,542'
At surface, installed a 9 5/8" casing swage with a 2" valve
Note: No casing was removed from this well at the time it was abandoned.

(4) Logs:
Induction-Electrical, 3,550-11,625'; Sonic, 3,550-11,625'

(5) DST at 11,491-11,496'. Chokes, 5/8" and 3/4". Open 3 hours. Working pressure, 30 pounds maximum.
Recovery, 2,000' of water cushion, and 7,870' of salt water. Bottom hole flowing pressures, 2,326 psiand
4, 699 psi. Bottom hole closed-in pressure, 4, 762 psi.





HENDRY COUNTY


Division' of American Total
Geology Well Petroleum Well Commenced Depth Elevation
Number Institute N OperNo. Fee Name (Completed) (feet) (feet)

WHv-45S-29E-32 bd 09-051-10015 Sun Oil Co. 32-4 Red Cattle Co. July 28, 1965 11,471 52 DF


(Wgi-1863)
Locaion


(Sept. 5, 1965)


Location:
Sec. 32 T45S R29E (1,800' FSL and 700' FEL of the section)

Subsurface record:

(1) Sunoco-Felda field producing well. The initial production was 306 BOPD with 21 barrels of salt water from the open
hole at 11,459-11,471' after acidation with 1,000 gallons of 15% HCL with CRA-10.

(2) Casing program:
Drove 20" to 82'
Set 13 3/8" at 1,155' with 650 sacks
Set 9 5/8" at 3,405' with 200 sacks
Set 5 1/2" at 11,459' with 200 sacks of Slo-Set cement
Ran 2 1/2" tubing to 4,565'

(3) Logs:
S Gamma Ray Neutron, 3,400-11,473'

(4) DST's:
a) 1,286-1,336'. Chokes, none. Open 30 minutes. Working pressure, 0 pounds. Recovery, 100' of drilling mud,
and 466' of filtrate water. Bottom hole flowing pressures,. 144 psi and' 288 psi. Bottom hole closed-in pressures,
532 psi and 523 psi.

b) 1,434-1,463'. Chokes, none. Open 1 1/2 hours. Working pressure, 0 pounds. Recovery, 60' of drilling mud,
and 1,190' of water. Bottom hole flowing pressures, 282 psi and 543 psi. Bottom hole closed-in pressures, 599 psi
and 698 psi.

c) 1,760-1,799'. Chokes, none. Open, 1 hour. Working pressure, 0 pounds. Recovery, 1,700' of salt water.


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HENRY COUNTY


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


WHy-45S-29E-20 d 09-051-10027 Sun Oil Co.
(W-7201)


20-4 Sunoco-Felda


Location:
Sec. 20 r T45S R29E (1,320' FSL, and 1,320' FEL of the section)

Subsurface record:

(1) Sunoco-Felda field producing well. The initial production was 5 BOPD,
perforations at 11,471-11,478', after acidation as follows:
4,000 gallons of 15%HCL with CRA-10
500 gallons of 15% HCL


July 3, 1965
(Oct. 6, 1965)


11,525 53 DF


with 201 barrels of salt water through


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(2) Casing program:
Drove 20" to 69'
Set 13 3/8" at 1,043' with 650 sacks of cement
Set 9,5/8" at. 2,928' with 300 sacks of cement
Set 5 1/2" at 11,525' with 200 sacks of cement
Ran 2 1/2" tubing to 7,039'

(3) Logs:
Induction-Electrical, 82-1, 122', and 1,122-2,132'; Gamma Ray Neutron, 2,700-11,491'; Sonic, 82-1,121',
and 1,121-2, 130'; Casing Collar, 2,928-11,525', and 11,484-11,505'


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HENRY COUNTY


American
Petroleum
Institute No. Operator


WHy-45S-29E-21 cc 09-051-10025 Sun Oil Co.
(W-7177)


Wll1
No.


Fee Name


21-3 Sunoco-Felda


Commenced
(Completed)

May 28, 1965
(July 14, 1965)


Total
Depth
(feet)


Elevation
(feet)


11,550 53 DF


z

fl


Location:
Sec. 21 T45S R29E (860' FWL, and 700' FSL of the section)

Subsurface record:

(1) Sunoco-Felda field producing well. The initial production was 90 BOPD, with 124 barrels of salt water through Z
perforations at 11,462-11,470'. The acidation program was:
1,000 gallons of 15% HCL with CRA-10
4,000 gallons of 15%HCL with CRA-10

(2) Casing program:
Drove 20" to 671
Set 13 3/8" at 1,115' with 650 sacks of cement
Set 9 5/8" at 3,374' with 300 sacks of cement
Set 5 1/2" at 11,550' with 250 sacks of cement o
Ran 2 1/2" tubing to 6,486'

(3) Logs: ,
Neutron, 9, 905-11,505'; Sonic, with caliper, 9,500-11,551'

(4) DST at 11,460-11,487'. Chokes, 5/8" and 1/4". Open, 5 hours and 12 minutes. Working pressure, 3 1/2 pounds.
Recovery, 658' of oil, and 970' of oil and gas cut water cushion. Lost 1,030' of water cushion. Bottom hole
flowing pressures, 855 psi and 2,708 psi. Bottom hole closed-in pressure, 4, 950 psi and 4, 594 psi.


Division of
Geology Well
Number,


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HENDRY COUNTY


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


WHy-45S-29E-27 c 09-051-10013 Sun Oil Co.
(W-7178)


27-3 Sunoco-Felda


Feb. 10, 1965
(March 19. 1965)


Location:
Sec. 27 T45S R29E (1,127' FEL of the SW/4 of the section, and 1,077' FSL of the section)

Subsurface record:

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

(2) Casing program:
30" at 30'
Set 20" at 180' with 300 sacks
SSet 13 3/8" at 1,307' with 650 sacks
SSet 9 5/8" at 3,535' with 200 sacks

(3) Plugging details:
11,316-11,516' set 85 sacks of Slo-Set cement
3,435-3,635' set 90 sacks of Portland neat cement with two 9 5/8" rubber wiper plugs, one at 3,435'
At surface, capped 9 5/8" casing with a shopmade swedge with a 2" screw end valve


11,575 52 DF


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and one at 3,535'


S : (4) Logs:
Induction-Electrical, 3, 535-11,522'; Sonic (with Caliper), 3, 535-11,523'

(5) DST at 11,480-11,494'. Chokes, 5/8" and 1/4". Water cushion, 2,000'. Open, 3 hours and 17 minutes. Working pressure,
3/4 pound. Recovery, 1,571' of salt water (189,750 ppm) with a slight oil show. Initial bottom hole,closed-in pressure
(after a shut-in period of 30 minutes), 5,016 psi. Final bottom hole closed-in pressure (after a shut-in period of 2 hours),
4, 908'psi.





HENDRY COUNTY


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

WHy-45S-29E-28 ab 09-051-10029 Sun Oil Co. 28-1 Sunoco-Felda Sept. 30, 1965 11,470 46 DF
(W-7473) (Nov. 19, 1965)

Location:
Sec. 28 T45S R29E (1,658' FEL, and 1,110' FNL of the section)

Subsurface ,record:

(1) Sunoco-Felda field producing well. The initial production was 53 BOPD, with 50 barrels of salt water through z
perforations at 11,461-11,465', after acidation with 1,000 gallons of 15% HCL.

(2) Casing program:
20" at 68' 1
Set 13 3/8" at 1,099' with 650 sacks of cement
Set 9 5/8" at 3,500' with 200 sacks of cement r
Set 5 1/2" at 11,470' with 200 sacks of cement
Ran 2 1/2" tubing to 7,030'

(3) Logs: P
Gamma Ray Neutron, 8,000-11,468' m

(4) DST at 11,458-11,470'. Chokes, 7/8" and 3/4". Open, 2 hours and 10 minutes. Working pressure, 1/2 pound.
Recovery, 2,000' of water cushion, 150' of oil, and 890' of slightly oil and gas cut mud.


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HENDRY COUNTY




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

WHy-4SS-29E-28 a 09-051-10022 Sun Oil Co. 28-2 Sunoco-Felda March 29, 1965 11.477 53 DF
(W-7055) (May 15, 1965)

Location:
Sec. 28 T45S R29E (1,028' FWL of the section, and 959' FSL of the NW/4 of the section)

Subsurface record:

(1) Sunoco-Felda field producing well. The initial production was. 318 BOPD with 60 barrels of salt water through
perforations created by 40 shots in interval 11,467-11,477'. Prior to this test the perforations were acidized 0
with 1,.000 gallons of 15% HCL with CRA-10.

(2) Casing program:
Drove 20" to 72'
Set 13 3/8" at 1,073' with 650 sacks
Set 9 5/8" at 3,505' with 200 sacks
Set 5 1/2" at 11,484' with 200 sacks of Slo-Set cement
Ran 2 1/2" to 6, 524'

(3), Logs:
Induction-Electrical, 3,519-11,488'

(4) DST: None





HENDRY COUNTY


. division of American
S Geolo gy Well Petroleum
' INumber Institute No. Operator

WHy-45S-28E-28 c 09-051-10014 Sun Oil Co.
(W--7046)

S Location:
S Sec. 28 T45S R28E (1,460' FWL,

S Subsurface record:

l 1) Sunoco-Felda field producing well. TI


Total
Well Commenced Depth Elevation
No. Fee Name (Completed) (feet) (feet)


28-3 Sunoco-Felda


Feb. 26, 1965
(April 6, 1965)


11,612 52 DF


and 1,059' FSL of the section)


he initial production was 267 BOPD with' 165 barrels of water through


perforations of 4 shots (27 grams each) per foot of the interval, 11,472-11,478'. The acid treatment prior
to this test was:
500 gallons of 15% HCL washed-in in stages (of 1 barrel?)
500 gallons of 15% HCL with CRA-10 displaced


(2) Casing program:
30" at 39'
Set 20" at 185' with 300 sacks
Set 13 3/8" at 1,116' with 650 sacks
Set 9 5/8" at 3,535' with 200 sacks
Set 5 1/2" at 11,612' with 215 sacks

(3) Logs:
SInduction-Electrical, 3,535-11,519'; Casing Collar, 11,477-11,482'

(4) DST: None


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HENDRY COUNTY


Division of American Total
Geology Well Petroleum Well Commenced Depth Elevation
Number Institute No. Operator No. Fee Name (Completed) (feet) (feet)
wuA .Q-.290r-2 d 09-051-10024 Sun Oil Co. 28-4 Sunoco-Felda Nov. 3, 1965 11,469 46 DF


(W-7531)


(Dec. 8, 1965)


Location:
Sec. 28 T45S R29E (1,764' FEL and 1,088' FSL of the section)

Subsurface record:

(1) Sunpco-Felda field producing well. Initial production was 152 BOPD with 40 barrels of salt water from the
open hole at 11,462-11,469', after acidation with 750 gallons of'15%HCL.

(2) Casing program:
Drove 20" to 64'
Set 13 3/8" at 1, 150' with 650 sacks
Set 9 5/8" at 3,525'with 200 sacks
Set 5 1/2" at 11,462' with 200 sacks of Slo-Set cement

(3) Logs:
Gamma Ray Neutron, 8,000-11,475'

(4) DST: None


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HENDRY COUNTY


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


WHy-45S-29E-29 b 09-051-10019 Sun Oil Co.
(W-7109)


29-1 Sunoco-Felda


April 28, 1965
(June 5, 1965)


11,474 56 DF


Location:
Sec. 29 lT4S R29E (1,301' FEL of the section, and 986' FSL of the NE/4 of the section)

Subsurface record:

(1) Sunoco-Felda field producing well. The initial production was 210 BOPD and 59 barrels of salt water from the open
hole at 11,464-11,474'. The acidation treatment was:
500 gallons of 15% NE HCL washed into the formation in 1-barrel stages
500 gallons of .15% NE HCL displaced into the formation in stages

(2) Casing program:
Drove 20" to 70'
Set 13 3/8" at 1,124' with 650 sacks
Set 9 5/8" at 3,519' with 200 sacks
Set 5 1/2" at 11,464' with 200 sacks of Slo-Set cement
Ran 2 1/2" tubing to 5,056'

(3) Logs:
Induction-Electrical, 3,520-11,477'

(4) DST: None


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HENRY COUNTY


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

WHy-45S-29E-33 db 09-051-10023 Sun Oil Co, 33-1 Sunoco-Felda Aug. 14, 1965 11,474 47 DF
(W.7315) (Sept, 30, 1965)

Location: .
Sec. 33 T45S R29E (660' FNL and 660' FWL of the NE/4 of the section)

Subsurface record:

(1) Sunoco-Felda field producing well. The initial production was 306 BOPD with'38 barrels of salt water from
the open hole at 11,462-11,474', after acid treatment with 1,000 gallons of 15% HCL.

(2) Casing program:
Drove 20" to 65'
Set 13 3/8" at 1,152' with 650 sacks
Set 9 5/8" at 3,410' with 200 sacks
Set 5 1/2" at 11,462' with 200 sacks of Slo-Set cement
Ran 2 1/2" tubing to 5,052'

(3) Logs:
Gamma Ray Neutron, 3,500-11,472'

(4) DST: None





HENDRY COUNTY


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


WHy-45S-29E-33 a 09-051-10010 Sun Oil Co.
'(W-6928)'


33-2 Sunoco-Felda


Dec. 31, 1964
(Feb. 22, 1965)


11,480 53 DF


Location:
Sec. 33 T45S R29E (1,113' FNL of the section, and 1,225' FEL of the NW/4 of the section)

Subsurface record:

(1) Sunoco-Felda field producing well. The initial production was 336 BOPD, with 1.4 barrels of water from the
open hole at 11,466-11,480', after acidation with 1,000 gallons of 15%HCL and CRA -

(2) Casing program:
20" at 182' with 225 sacks
Set 13 3/8" at 1,395' with 600 sacks
Set 9 5/8" at 3,700'with 450 sacks
Set 5 1/2" at 11,466' with 600 sacks of Slo-Set cement
Ran 2 7/8" tubing to 5,500'

(3) Logs:
Induction-Electric, 3, 700-11,483'; Sonic (with caliper), 9,400-11,480'









HENDRY COUNTY


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

WHy-45S-29E-33 bc 09-051-10016 Sun Oil Co. 33-3 Sunoco-Felda June 28, 1965 11,487 54 DF
(Wgi-1864) (Aug. 7, 1965)

Location:
Sec. 33 T45S R29E (1,782' FSL and 1,823' FWL of the section)

Subsurface record:

(1) Sunoco-Felda field producing well. The initial production was 355 BOPD with 21 barrels of salt water from
the open hole at 11,477-11,487', after acidation with 500 gallons of 15%HCL and CRA-10. 0

(2) Casing program:
Drove 20" to 67'
Set 13 3/8" at 1,125' with 650 sacks
Set 9 5/8" at 3,270' with 275 sacks
Set 5 1/2" at 11,477 with 200 sacks of Slo-Set cement 0
Ran 2 1/2" tubing to 4, 622'

(3) Logs:
Induction-Electrical, 3,271-11,477'

(4) DST: None





HENDRY COUNTY


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

WHy-45S-29E-33 d 09-051-10018 Sun Oil Co. 33-4 Sunoco-Felda March 25, 1965 11,490 53 DF
(W-7105) (April 30, 1965)
0
Location:
Sec. 33 T45S R29E (1,400' FEL and 1,250' FSL of the section)

Subsurface record:

(1) Sunoco-Felda field producing well. The initial production was 33 BOPD with 235 barrels of salt water from
the open hole at 11,484-11,490'. There was no acid treatment of this well prior to this treatment.
Note:, During the month of March, 1967, production from this well was discontinued, probably permanently.

(2) Casing program:
Drove 20" to 142'
Set 13 3/8" at 1,230' with 650 sacks
Set 9 5/8" at 3,531' with 200 sacks
Set 5 1/2" at 11,484'
Ran 2 1/2" tubing to 6,504'

(3) Logs:
Gamma Ray Neutron, 9, 996-11,496'; Casing Collar Log, 3,532-11, 491' 4

'(4) DST: None



















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APPENDIX II









FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY WELL AND LOCALITY
DESIGNATION SYSTEM

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

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

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

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

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








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


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


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


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









R 2 E
6 5 4 3 2 1

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 --
c d


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










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