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STATE OF FLORIDA
STATE BOARD OF CONSERVATION
DIVISION OF GEOLOGY
FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
Robert 0. Vernon, Director
INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 49
FLORIDA PETROLEUM EXPLORATION, PRODUCTION,
AND PROSPECTS, 1964
By
Clarence Babcock
TALLAHASSEE 1966




Completed manuscript received
December 20, 1965
Printed by the Florida Geological Survey (Job no. 128) Tallahassee




ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
Sincere appreciation is expressed to Robert 0. Vernon, Director of the Florida Geological Survey, for guidance in the preparation of this report. Also, ideas and suggestions of Woodson R. Oglesby, Petroleum Geologist with the Survey, were invaluable in the preparation of the cross sections.
In addition, discussions with Joseph E. Banks, Petroleum Geologist with the Coastal Petroleum Company, Milton Hruby, Petroleum Geologist with the Mobil Oil Company, and Ray Stevens, Division Scout for the Shell Oil Company, were of great help to the writer.
The Alabama Geological Survey provided Mesozoic and Paleozoic tops on the Ancora Corporation and Jett Drilling Company, No. 1 Citronelle Unit B-31-7 well, a 19,204-foot hole which is the deepest test in the Citronelle field (letter from Thomas J. Joiner, Chief, Paleontology-Stratigraphy, Geophysics Division, Geological Survey of Alabama, dated May 28, 1963).
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CONTENTS
Acknowledgements ........................................ iii
Exploration ................................................ 1
Santa Rosa County .. ................. 1
Land ... .................................................... 4
Mainland .... ............................................ 5
Dade County ........................................ 5
General view of the subsurface geology of northwestern
Dade County ........................................... 7
The proposed Serio well site ............................ 7
The Felda area and adjoining parts of South Florida ...... 8
Lease activity by Sun .............................. 9
Lease activity by Humble ........................... 9
Lease activity by the Alvin S. Moody-J.L. (Pat) McCord
Company ............ A ............................. 9
Offshore ............................. ................. .. 10
Geophysics .... .................... 10
Florida Mainland ... ..................................... 10
Florida Offshore ....................................... 10
Rules and regulations ..................................... 10
Sunniland field ........................................... 12
Production ............................................. 12
Price of the crude oil at the well head .................... 15
Distribution .... ......................................... 15
Sunoco-Felda field .......................................... 16
Discussion of geologic cross-sections and maps ............ 18
Felda area cross-sections ............................. 18
Structural nosing offshore from southern Sarasota County .. 20 Mesozoic cross-sections of northwestern Florida ......... 23 Investments by oil companies .............................. 27
Bibliography .............................................. 31
Appendix ................................................ 33
I Well sheets, 1964 ................................... 33
II Historic and economic aspects connected with Sun's oil
activities in Florida ................................. 61
III State land leased by the Sun Oil Company from the Trustees of the Internal Improvement Fund, and the State
Board of Education, 1964 ............................ 67
IV Florida offshore geophysical scout data, 1963 and 1964 73
V Rules and regulations governing exploration on submerged
lands ....................... ..................... 87
VI State Board of Conservation, Order No. 1 ............. 97
VII Florida Geological Survey carbonate classification ..... 103 VIII Well and locality designation system ................. 107
IX Data on wells contoured on top of the St. Marks Formation .............................................. 113
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ILLUSTRATIONS
Figure
I Florida petroleum exploration and production, 1964 ...... 2
2 Sunniland field well location map, showing chronological sequence by years of wells opened to deeper productive
zones beginning in 1962 ............................. 13
a Sunoco-Felda field well location and land map, September
1 1965 .................................. Facing page 16
4 Felda area strike section A-A' .............. Facing page 18
5 Felda area dip section B-B' ................. Facing page 20
6 Structure map on top of the St. Marks Formation of the Tampa Stage .............................. Facing page 20
2 Regional gravity map of Florida, from Lyons, 1950 ...... 22
8 Comparison chart of part of the stratigraphic section in the area of the Citronelle oil field, Mobile County,
Alabama (after McCoy, unpublished thesis, 1958, p.8 .... 24
9 Mesozoic structure cross sections A-A', B-B' and C-C', and index map ............................ Facing page 24
10 Mesozoic stratigraphic cross section A-A' ............. 25
11 Mesozoic stratigraphic cross sections B-B' and C-C' .... 26 12 Contour map on top of the Pre-Cretaceous basement (extracted from a paper by Antoine and Harding, 1965) ...... 28
Table
I Exploratory wells drilled in Florida, 1964.............. 3
2 Structural information on the Young Drilling Company, No.
I Carlton-May well, and three nearby dry holes drilled
prior to 1964 ............................ ........... 3
a Undeveloped mainland and offshore lease holdings in Florida, 1963 ...................................... 5
4 Undeveloped acreage holdings in selected counties of South Florida, 1963 ................................. 8
5 Florida State Lease 1011, dated September 14, 1955 with a lO-year term ....................................... 10
6 Geophysical scout information on the Florida mainland, 1964 ................................................ 11
7 Monthly oil production from the Sunniland field, 1964 .... 12 a Wells opened to deeper zones in the Sunniland field, with
increasing field production, 1961-1964 inclusive ........ 14
9 Average price at the well head of Humble's Sunniland
crude oil, 1959-1964, inclusive ....................... 15
10 Monthly oil production from the Sunoco-Felda field, withproducing wells, 1964 ............................... 17
11 Components of the drill stem test intervals from which oil was recovered in two wells which were plugged and abandoned in the Felda area .............................. 21
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FLORIDA PETROLEUM EXPLORATION, PRODUCTION, AND PROSPECTS, 1964
By
Clarence Babcock
EXPLORATION
In 1964, five exploratory wells were drilled in Florida, as shown in figure 1. Four of these tests have been plugged and abandoned, and the fifth was the discovery well for the SunocoFelda field. A brief tabulation of these wells is presented in table 1. For comparison the exploratory footage drilled in the three preceeding years was 37,712 feet in 1963, 16,378 feet in 1962 and 87,737 feet in 1961.
Well sheets on the tests listed in table 1 are provided in appendix 1. Though Cross Sections A-A' and B-B' (figs. 4 and 5) do not show any of the wells drilled in the, Felda area of Hendry County by the Sun Oil Company, these sections do include all of the deep wells in the Felda area completed prior to the drilling of the Sun wAlls. Also, appendix 2 is a summary of historic and economic aspects of Sun's activities in Florida disclosed by Mr. Tom F. Hill, Manager of the Southwest Production Division of the Sun Oil Company, during a press conference held on October 9, 1964, the date the discovery well for the new field was tested.
A discussion of the three exploratory wells drilled in Santa Rosa County, listed in chronological order, follows:
Santa Rosa County
The Young Drilling Company, No. I Carlton-May well, located about one mile southeast of the town of Jay, was plugged and abandoned at a final depth of 6,580 feet. This well penetrated the Tuscaloosa (Atkinson) section of Upper Cretaceous Woodbine and Eagle Ford ages, which produces in the Pollard field, located in Escambia County, Alabama, about 8 miles northwest of the Carlton-May well.
Petroleum accumulation- in the Pollard field is controlled by closure against a northwest-southgast trending fault, d'ownthrown to the northeast. A paper by C. Victor Winter (1954, p. 121) showed that production is from the Upper Tuscaloosa Miller Sand




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POLLARD FIELD
Escambia County, Alabama Discovered: January. 1952 Cumulative production to January 1,1963 X868,614 barrels
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CITRONELLE FIELD
M bile Counts Alabama_ ., -.
Discovered& October, 1955 Cmltddrn
,4 --pleted duig\1
Cumulative production to 1964 allI plugged N9'January 1,17963 and abandoned
33.403.021 barrelsI
(Completed July 2Z[ 1964 i production tests began October 9,1964) 1 S DISCOVERY WELL FOR r ---] "
SUNOCO-FELDA FIELD 27'C AULT S "--E
Discovered: September 26,1943 COLLIER 26Cumulative production to January 1,1965
8.348,697 barrels.
I FORTY-MILE BEND FIELD Discovered: February 26,1954 Abandoned: September, 1955 24
Cumulative production:
32888 barrels
a 22 4a so 12a 160 MILES
Figure 1.,Florida petroleum exploration and production, 1964.
(Eagle Ford Age) on the downtown side of the fault, and from the Lower Tuscaloosa Moye (Pilot) and massive sands (Woodbine\ A-we on the upthrown side. Depths to production range from 5,.624 to 5,9015 feet. The Pollard field was discovered in 1952 by the Humble Oil Company, and cumulative production to date is approimtly 10 million barrels of 260 to 290 gravity oil.




INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO.49 3
Table 1. Exploratory wells drilled in Florida, 1964.
Depth
Well County (feet) Comment
Young Drilling Co. Santa Rosa 6,580 P and A No. 1 Carlton-May
Kirby and Sun Oil Santa Rosa 6,524 P and A Co. No. 1 Jay Unit
Young Drilling Co. Santa Rosa 6,539 P and A No. 1 Golden
Sun Oii Co. No. 1 Hendry 12,680 P and A Red Cattle Co.
Sun Oil Co. No. 2 Hend-y 11,485 Discovery well for the Red Cattle Co. Sunoco-Felda field.
Discussed under
"Production"
Total footage, 1964 43,808
Structural. information on the Young Drilling Company, No. 1 Carlton-May well, and on three nearby dry holes drilled in previous y0 ars in Santa Rosa County, is presented in table 2.
Table 2. Structural information on the Young Drilling Company, No. 1
Carlton-May well, and three nearby dry holes drilled prior to 1964.
Well (and distance Datum, top Thickness, Eutaw from the No. 1 of Moye Sand Sand-Moye Sand Carlton-May test) (feet" (feet)
Young Drilling Co. -6,008 1,02& No. 1 Carlton-Azy
Gulf Refining Co. No. 1 -6,053 1,070 Bray (1.5 miles to NW)
Sunniland Contracting Co. -6,380 1,158 No. 1 Nicolas (2.3 miles to E)
Sunniland Contracting iCo. -6,108 1,073 No. 1 Nowling (1.4 miles to-SE)




4 FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
The Young Drilling Company, No. 1 Carlton-May well is structurally higher than nearby dry holes, on the Moye Sand, by amounts ranging from 45 to 372 feet. Also, the interval in this well between the top of the Eutaw Sand and the top of the Moye Sand is from 45 to 133 feet thinner than it is in nearby wells. The generally north dip between the Carlton-May well and the Bray well (see table 2) is anomalous, since the regional dip is to the south. The relatively high Carlton-May well found the Tuscaloosa sands to be well-developed, though carrying salt water.
The Kirby and Sun Oil Company, No. 1 Jay Unit well, the second Tuscaloosa test drilled in Santa Rosa County in 1964, was located about 1.6 miles west southwest of the Carlton-May test. It was drilled to a final depth of 6,524 feet by the George H. Jett Drilling Company. On the top of the Moye Sand, this test was 16 feet higher than was the Carlton-May well. Other than this slight difference in structural elevation, there appears to be little difference between the Tuscaloosa sections of the two wells. No shows were reported from 11 sidewall core recoveries taken from the Jay Unit well.
The Young Drilling Company, No. 1 Golden well, the third and last Tuscaloosa test drilled in Santa Rosa County in 1964, was located about one-half mile south of the Carlton-May well. The Golden well was 115 feet higher in structural elevation on top of the Moye Sand, than was the Carlton-May test, thus continuing the anomalous north dip indicated'by other wells in this area. The electrical log showed that the Tuscaloosa sands in the Golden well are well developed, but carry salt water. The contractor for this test, which was plugged and abandoned at a final depth of 6,539 feet, was the George H. Jett Drilling Company.
LAND
The latest summary of undeveloped lease holdings in Florida, available to the Division of Geology, pertains to 1963, and is from the International Oil and Gas Development Year Book (Review of 1963), Part 1, page 60. This source, recapitulated below in table 3, reveals that on December 31, 1963, eleven companies held undeveloped mainland and offshore leases on 5,543,980 acres in the State. The mainland acreage was held in 22 of Florida's 67 counties.




INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 49 5
Mainland
DADE COUNTY
On October 6, 1964, Mr. Wendell L. Roberts assigned his 10-year oil and gas lease on 24,830 acres of land in the Forty Mile Bend area of northwestern Dade County to Mr. Barnett Serio, of Natchez, Mississippi. The mineral rights on this acreage are owned by the Trustees of the Internal Improvement Fund, by the State Board of Education, and by Malcolm Wisehart. A description of the acreage leased from the two State agencies follows:
Table 3. Undeveloped Mainland and Offshore lease holdings in Florida, 1963.
Lease holdings (acres)
Company Mainland Offshore Total
Californis 18,730 489,000 Coastal 666,636 3,910,460 Gulf 153,900 Humble 7,023 Phillips 36,826 Shell 3,609 Sinclair 497 Socony Mobil 42,244 Sun 15,264 Texaco 188,615 Union Producing 11.176 1,144,520 4,399,460 5,543,980 Leased from the Florida State Trustees Oil Internal Improvement Fund (full interest) Acres
Township 53 South, Range 36 East Sections 19, 20, 21, 22, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33,and 34 7,680
Township 54 South, Range 35 East Sections 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 17, and that part of Sections 20, 21, 22, 23 and 24 lying north of Everglades National Park 9,110
Township 54.South, Range 36 East Sections 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 15, iT, 18, and that part of Sections 19, 20, 21, and 22 lying north of Everglades National Park 7,160




6 FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
Township 54 South, Range 36 East (reserved % interest) W % of Section 16 240
Leased from the Florida State Board of Education (reserved % interest)
Township 54 South, Range 36 East Section 16 320
Township 54 South, Range 35 East Section 16 320.
All of the 24,830 acres consist of unsurveyed lands and is subject to public easements (roads, levees, etc.).
The reserved interest on one-half of the mineral rights in Section 16, Township 54 South, Range 35 East were leased from Malcolm Wisehart. Drilling commenced on the Wisehart lease on or before March 24, 1965, would satisfy the 18-month committment on this lease as well as on the wholly-owned State acreage.
The assignment of the lease to Mr. Serio permits him to drill a well anywhere upon the lease, and if this well is started by March, 1965, to earn control over 160 acres. Full control of the lease can be earned by drilling a second well within a period of 15 months after completion of the first well.
Subsequent to the above assignment, notification was received from Dade County of regulations involving the drilling of oil and gas wells within its jurisdiction. In view of this, the Trustees of the Internal Improvement Fund and the State Board of Education, on December 22, 1964, granted an extension for the, drilling of the first well beyond the March, 1965, date specified. This extension is for a period of 120 days after the time all of the drilling permits have been received.
On January 15, 1965, at a county zoning hearing in Miami, the operator was granted a variance from the zoning regulations. However, permission or approval to drill this well still must be obtained from three additional agencies, which are: (1) The Central and South Florida Flood Control District, (2) The Corps of Engineers, and (3) the Florida Board of Conservation.




INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 49 7
GENERAL VIEW OF THE SUBSURFACE GEOLOGY OF
NORTHWESTERN DADE COUNTY
The Forty Mile Bend area is underlain by a biostrome which characterizes the Sunniland pay zone. One of the abandoned producers in the field, the Gulf Oil Corporation et al, No. 1 State Lease 340 well, contained 3 feet of well-developed biostrome from 11,344 to 11,347 feet. This well produced a cumulative total of 18,146 barrels of 200 gravity oil prior to its abandonment in in September, 1955, because of mechanical difficulties. A well located 2/ miles to the northwest, the Commonwealth Oil Company, -et al, No. 1 State Lease 1055 test, contained 46 feet of well-developed biostrome from 11,404 to 11,450 feet of depth. A drill stem test of this interval, however, yielded 150 barrels of salt water in 30 minutes.
The second of the two Forty Mile Bend field abandoned producing wells, the Commonwealth Oil Company, et al, No. 1 Wisehart-State test, produced 14,742 barrels of 210 gravity oil from a non-reefoid section consisting of 5 feet of dolomite. This well was abandoned in July, 1955.
Northwestern Dade County is known to be underlain by geophysical anomalies.
THE PROPOSED SERIO WELL SITE
The proposed Serio well site is between the Commonwealth Oil Company et al, No. 1 Wisehart-State well (located 3,600 feet to the southwest), and the Commonwealth Oil Company et al, No. 1 State Lease 1055 test (located 7,700 feet to the northeast). The Wisehart-State well was 67 feet higher in structural elevation than was the State Lease 1055 test. The Wisehart-State well contained promising oil shows in both the upper and lower Sunniland sections, neither of which was reefoid. This became the discovery well for the Forty Mile Bend field on the basis of production from 5 feet of dolomite in the upper Sunniland section. In the down-dip State Lease 1055 test the upper Sunniland section consisted of 46 feet of biostromal rock, flooded with salt water. The proposed Serio well will test the inferred updip pinchout of the upper Sunniland reefoid section which is present in the No. 1 State Lease 1055 dry hole, but absent in the updip WisehartState abandoned producer.




S FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
THE FELDA AREA AND ADJOINING PARTS OF SOUTH FLORIDA
As a result of the 1964 Sun Discovery, the major interest in Florida at the present time is in the Felda area of Hendry and Collier counties. Table 4, recapitulated from the International Oil and Gas Development Year Book (Review of 1963), Part 1, page 60, shows the summary of undeveloped lease holdings in selected counties of south Florida in 1963. Interest in this area was apparently concentrated in Hendry County even before the Sun discovery.
Table 4. Undeveloped acreage holdings in selected counties of South Florida, 1963.
County
Company Charlotte Collier Dade Hendry Lee
Gulf 3,600
Phillips 36,826 Shell 543 10,240 Sinclair 43,943 568 Sun 691 1,140 20,201 3,838
The predominance of interest in Hendry County appears to have been caused mainly by favorable though non-commercial drill stem tests of the Sunniland "pay" zone in two wells drilled in 1954 and 1959, which were, respectively: (1) Commonwealth Oil Company, No. 3 Red Cattle Company and (2) Commonwealth Oil Company and Gulf Coast Drilling and Exploration Company No. 1 Red Cattle Company. These wells are shown on Cross Sections A-A' and B-B' (figs. 4 and 5).
Leasing became active in the Felda area shortly after the Sun Oil Company obtained a promising oil recovery from a drill stem test of the Sunniland oil zone in their No. 1 Red Cattle Company well, which was plugged between June 17 and November 6, 1964. The Sun, No. 2 Red Cattle Company test, which commenced drilling on June 25, 1964, proved to be the discovery well for the Sunoco-Felda field.
Information on the leasing activities by companies which sent lease men into the Felda area, and other parts of south Florida, since the favorable drill stem test recovery in the Sun, No. 1 Red Cattle Company well can be summarized as follows:




INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 49 9
Lease Activity By Sun
By October 9, 1964, the date its No. 2 Red Cattle Company discovery well was opened to production, Sun had increased its leases in the Felda area to 108,516 acres from the approximately 20,000 acres held when they commenced drilling here.
Sun also leased, in the latter part of 1964, the mineral rights on two leases totaling 10,581.6 acres east of Estero, in Lee County, from Alico Land and Development Company of La Belle for $1.00 an acre per year. One of these leases covers 5,435.8 acres, and the other covers 5,145.8 acres. The leases give Sun the rights to oil, gas, sulphur and salt, and to any minerals found more than 150 feet below the surface. Alico reserves the right to mine any sedimentary minerals such as sand, clay, limestone, marl or phosphate found within 150 feet of the surface, providing the mining operations can be carried on without interferring with drilling by Sun.
In addition, Sun leased one-half interest in 3,240 acres of State land in the Felda area of Hendry and Collier counties. A total of 3,200 acres of this land is owned by the State Board of Education and consists of five sections, located in Townships 45 and 46 South and Ranges 28, 29 and 30 East. The remaining 40 acres is owned by the Internal Improvement Fund. All of this State acreage is distributed around a perimeter about 1 to 5 miles distant from production found to date in the field. Details on this leasing are presented in appendix 3.
Lease Activity By Humble
In the latter part of 1964, Humble acquired leases on about 100,000 acres of the Consolidated Naval Stores land in Lee County.
Lease Activity By The Alvin S. Moody-J. L. (Pat) McCord Group
This group holds an option on the oil and gas rights to 770 acres located within 2% miles south of the discovery well for the Sunoco-Felda field.




10 FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
Offshore
On September 11, 1964, the California Company relinquished Tract 1 of Florida State Lease 1011 by non-payment of rentals. The company also relinquished the Federal blocks which overlapped into the south part of Tract 1. In 1963, Tract 2 of Florida State Lease 1011 was relinquish6d, also by non-payment of rentals. Data on State Lease 1011 is presented in table 5.
Table 5. Florida State Lease 1011, dated September 14, 1965, with a 10-year term.
Calco's Bid
Rental,
Tract Acreage Bonus first year Date released
1 489,000 $24,450 September 11, 1964
2 245,760 12,288 September 10, 1963 734,760 $1,069,262 $36,738
GEOPHYSICS
Florida Mainland
A tabulation of available scout information on geophysics on the Florida mainland in 1964 is presented in table 6, which shows that approximately 34 1/3 crew weeks of seismic work was done in 1964, mostly in south Florida.
Florida Offshore
There was more geophysical activity offshore from the coasts of Florida in 1964 than in any previous year. Permitted geophysical activity for 1963 and 1964 is presented in appendix 4, which shows that geophysical work has been scheduled to cover almost the entire offshore west coast of Florida, ranging out. to water depths of 600 feet.
RULES AND REGULATIONS
1. A statement of policy outlining regulations to be observed in performing offshore geological and/or geophysical work has




Table 6. Geophysical Scout Information on the Florida Mainland, 1964
Type Period
Company County Survey of work Weeks Crew Area
The California Co. Escambia Reflection 1/3 Chevron TSN, R30, 31, 32 W T6N, R30, 31 W
Humble Oil & Refining
Co. Collier Reflection Moved in 7 Own T485, R28, 29 E Nov. 1, 1964
0
Lee Reflection 1 Own T46S, R26E Pan American 0 Petroleum Corp. Carlotte Reflection 2 Western Charlotte Harbor Geophysical (water)
Company ,
Lee Reflection 2 same same .
Phillips Petroleum Co. D'a'de Reflection Moved in Own Ran 1 line in the Nov. 5, 1964 Forty Mile Bend area-Moved out 3 also some activity in T44, 45, 46S, R31E Hendry Reflection Dec. 1', 1964
Shell Oil Co. Charlotte Reflection 1 Own Charlotte Harbor (water)
Lee Reflection 1 Own same
Socoriy-Mobile Monroe Reflection 9 Own Florida'Keys
Texaco Santa Rosa Reflection Were working 8 Otophysical T3N, R28W Nov. 1964 Service, Inc. T45N, R26, 27, 28, 29W




12 FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
been prepared by the State Board of Conservation. This has been included in the present report as appendix 5.
2. On December 15i 1964, the State Board of Conservation, following a public hearing pursuant to an application made by the Sun Oil Company, issued Order No. 1, appendix 6, providing, temporarily, for 160-acre spacing for oil wells. This spacing provision is not final but is subject to review within a period of 12 months.
The guide lines followed by the State in formulating Order No. 1 were: (1) to more effectively conserve its oil and gas resources,
(2) to protect correlative rights, and (3) to encourage further development.
SUNNILAND FIELD
Production
Monthly oil production from the Sunniland Field in 1964 is shown in table T. A well location map of the field is provided in figure 2. The field is operated by the Humble Oil and Refining Company.
Table 7. Monthly Oil Production From the Sunniland Field, 1964.
Month Barrels
January 38,270 February 34,807 March 36,285 April 33,785 May 41,116 June 46,911 July 56,766 August 56,872 September 53,552 October 64,174 November 68,849 December 69,299
Total 600,686
The cumulative production of the field since its discovery in 1943 to December 31, 1964, is 8,848,697 barrels of oil.




INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 49 13
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Lee Tidewoter Cypress Lumber Co.
0 PRODUCING WELL Z NEW PRODUCING WELL (completed 1964)
NEW PRODUCING WELL -+- DRY HOLE
(completed 1962)
OLD PRODUCING WELL, DEEPENED ', ABANDONED WELL
(recompleted 1963)
Figure 2. Sunniland field well location map, showing chronological sequence by years of wells opened to deeper productive zones .beginning ira 1962.
In the last. month of 1964 the Sunniland field produced about 2,250 BOPD (barrels of oil per day) from 15 pumping wells. This more than doubles the average ,daily yield from the field in 1961, and, reflects the. opening to production, beginning in 1962, of new and better zones less than 50 feet below those from. which, production previously was obtained.




14 FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
The steady increase in yearly production from the Sunniland field, 1961-1964 inclusive, with wells opened to deeper zones which caused this increase, is shown in table 8. The locations of the wells opened to the deeper zones, with the chronological sequence of the well completions, is shown in figure 2.
Table 8. Wells opened to deeper zone in the Sunniland Field, with
increasing field production, 1961-1964 inclusive.
Field
Date of the "First Production Report" Production Year on wells producing from the deeper zones (barrels)
1961 374,240
1962 Oct. 19, 1962: No. 18,G.C.R.C.1(new well) 414,673 Dec. 19, 1962: No. B-5 L.T.C.L.C.2
(new well-)
1963 Jan. 15,1963: No. 5 G.C.R.C. (deepened) 463,642 Feb. 5,1963: No. 10 G.C.R.C. (deepened)
1964 May 19,1964: No. 19 G.C.R.C. (new well) 600,686 Oct. 8,1964: No. 21 G.C.R.C. (new well) Nov. 4,1964: No. 22 G.C.R.C. (new well)
1. G.C.R.C. is the abbreviation for Gulf Coast Realties Corporation
2. L.T.C.L.C. is the abbreviation for Lee Tidewater Cypress Lumber Company
In addition to completing three new producing wells in 1964 (table 8 and fig. 2), the operator recompleted the No. 18 Gulf Coast Realties Corporation well, which was originally completed in 1962 through perforations in the "D" zone at 11,585-11,589 feet as a producer of 198.5 BOPD and about 20 barrels of water per day.
Upon recompletion in 1964 the "D" zone was cemented off and perforations were opened in an upper zone at 11,559-11,567 feet. In a test conducted June 30, 1964, this zone produced 495 BOPD and 21 barrels of water. However, during the month of October, 1964, the production from the upper zone averaged 282 BOPD and 145 barrels of water.
The well sheets of appendix 1 provide further information on 1964 operations in the Sunniland field, including the drilling of




INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 49 15 the No. 20 Gulf Coast Realties Corporation test, the only dry hole for the field during the year.
The Sunniland crude oil is black and medium in weight (19260 A.P.I. gravity). It is associated with little gas (gas-oil ratios are about 100 to 1). This crude oil is suitable principally for fuel products.
Price Of The Crude Oil At The Well Head
In 1964, Humble's Sunniland crude oil sold for an average price of $2.0087 per barrel at the well head. Corresponding figures for the last 6 years are shown in table 9.
Table 9. Average price at the well head of Humble's Sunniland crude oil, 1959-1964, inclusive.
Year Price
1959 $2.75 to $2.85
1960 t2.38
1961 2.3921 1962 2.0938 1963 1.9880 1964 2.0087
The State of Florida receives a 5 percent severance tax on the gross value of the oil at the well head (Florida Statutes Chapter 211.02, instituted in 1945 and revised in 1947).
Distribution
In 1964, as in previous years, Humble's Sunniland crude oil was trucked from the field to Port Everglades just south of Fort Lauderdale, from which tankers transported it to the refinery at Bay Way, New Jersey.
The Sunniland Pipe Line Company will complete a 4-inch pipe line from the Sunniland field to the Belcher Oil Company Terminal at Port Everglades inc the near future; and effective March 1,1964,




16 FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
this company is authorized to transport Humble's crude oil through its line. It is also understood that construction of a 6-inch line is being considered, to permit the company to handle oil from both the Sunniland and Sunoco-Felda Fields.
SUNOCO-FELDA FIELD
A well location and land map of the Sunoco-Felda field is provided in figure 3. This map has been brought up-to-date by revisions to December 1, 1965.
Production from this field began when the Sun Oil Company No. 2, Red Cattle Company discovery-well flowed 111 BOPD from the open hole at 11,472-11,485 feet on the official production test.
The interval from which this production was obtained has been designated the, Roberts pool (zone) in State Board of Conservation Order No. 1, which used the Sun Oil Company, No. 1 Red Cattle Company well, a small producer, to indicate the zone. Data on this well, including the cores and the electrical log, are indexed as No. W-6644 in the files of the Florida Geological Survey in Tallahassee.
In the Commonwealth Oil Company, No. 3 Red Cattle Company well, shown in figure 4, which was plugged and abandoned despite a favorable drill stem test recovery from the zone, and which is located 2 miles northeast of present production in the field, the Roberts zone is 17 feet thick. It was reached at a depth of 11,483 feet, which occurs 67 feet below the top of the Sunniland Limestone as defined by Paul L. Applin (1960, B 209); and it immediately underlies a vertical permeability barrier consisting of about 6 feet of hard to medium hard calcilutite (fine grained limestone). The lower limit of the zone is picked at 11,500 feet, which is the top of a relatively impermeable and resistive rock, and which in this well appears to occur at the approximate oil-water contact. The lithology of the Roberts zone in the Felda area is calcarenite (medium grained limestone) which is brown, soft, porous, miliolitic and partially dolomitized with incipient crystallization; cores of this section in the Sunoco-Felda field are saturated with heavy brown oil. It appears that the Roberts zone of the Sunoco-Felda field is correlative With the lowest productive interval in the Sunniland field, referred to -as the "D" zone by the Humble Oil and Refining Company.




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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 49 17
More complete information on the official production test of the Sun, No. 2 Red Cattle Company discovery well for the SunocoFelda field is:
Open-hole interval: 11,472-11,485 feet
Rate of flowing production: 111 BOPD Choke size: 20/64-inch
Tubing pressure: 30 p.s.i.
Casing pressure: 340 p.s.i.
B.S. and W: 3%
Gravity 24.50 A.P.I.
Viscosity: 93 at 100OF
Sulphur 3.42%
Salt: 3,048 pounds per 1000 barrels
On November 23, 1964, the discovery well pumped,, through a 28/64-inch choke, 427 BOPD, with 11 barrels of B.S. and W. Additional information on this well is presented in the well sheets (app. 1). As of the end of the year, drilling was completed on the confirmation test, the Sun Oil Company, No. 1-A, The Collier Company well (fig. 3. and the well sheets of app. 1). On a production test conducted February 2, 1965, this well pumped from the open hole at 11,488-11,495 feet, with no choke, 127 BOPD with 226 barrels of water.
The yield of the Sunoco-Felda field in 1964, by months, with the wells which contributed to this production, is shown on table 10.
Table 10. Monthly oil production from the Sunoco-Felda field, with producing wells, 1964.
Month -Barrels Sun wells yielding this production
October 2,202 No. 2 Red Cattle Co., (discovery well)
November 7,322 No. 2 Red Cattle Co.
December 9,698 No. 2 Red Cattle Co.
No. 1-A The Collier Co.
19,222
The price paid at the wellhead for Sun's Sunniland crude oil to date is $1.94 per barrel. This oil is trucked to Port Everglades.




Is FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
Discussion of Geologic Cross Sections and Maps
FELDA AREA CROSS SECTIONS
The lithology shown on cross sections A-A' and B-B', figures 4 and 5, was described from 1-foot cores. The lithologic symbols used in the sections were designed to facilitate correlation with the electrical log. Thus, the wider the lithology symbol, the harder the rock. This is an aid to correlating the resistivity curve for a given well with samples or cores in that well. Where wells are sufficiently close together, also, this procedure is useful in correlating the lithology of one well with that of another.
Calcarenite (medium grained limestone) and calcilutite (fine grained limestone) are defined at length in appendix 7. Both of these rock types are represented by standard limestone symbols (blocks), but for calcarenite the symbol is slightly larger, to indicate the larger size of the constituent particles. Generally, on the wells depicted in the sections, there is an increase in the Spontaneous Potential opposite calcarenite, suggesting that the relatively large grain size of this rock makes it more permeable than calcilutite.
Some facts that are revealed by the cross sections A-A' and B-B', with comments, are as follows:
1- The vertical permeability barrier overlying the Roberts zone which produces in the Sunoco-Felda field consists of hard to moderately-hard calcilutite and shaly calcilutite about 6 to 10 feet thick. The cap rock overlying the upper producing interval in the Sunniland field, on the other hand, is an anhydrite-ranging from 30 to 40 feet in thickness. Drill stem test recoveries reveal that in the Felda area the vertical permeability barrier is overlain by salt water and underlain by oil.
It is possible that some of the non-productive wells in the Sunoco-Felda area are located where this vertical permeability barrier has been inadequate to prevent the upward escape of oil accumulation. Possibly indicating such escape is the oil staining found in the permeability barrier of two wells shown on cross A-A'. These tests are the Commonwealth Oil Company, ,No. 3 Red Cattle Company well, and the Commonwealth and Gulf Coast Drilling and Exploration Company, No. I Red Cattle Company




INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 49 19
well. In the Sunniland field, however, even thinner hard limestone layers 3 -to 5 feet in thickness are sufficient to separate the oil in reservoirs A,B,C and D.
2. The reservoir rock of the Roberts zone (defined in this report under "Production, Sunoco-Felda field") ranges from 12 to 23 feet in thickness in the wells of the cross sections. Of the wells shown, the one which is nearest to production in the Sunoco-Felda field is the Commonwealth Oil Company, No. 3 Red Cattle Company test, located 2% miles northwest of the Sun Oil Company, No. 2 Red Cattle Company discovery well. The drill stem test recovery from the Roberts zone in this Commonwealth well (1,090 feet of oil in 7% hours) was the most favorable of any taken in the wells depicted in the cross sections. The core of the interval tested reveals that in this well the zone consists of calcarenite which is brown, soft, porous, miliolitic and partially dolomitized with incipient crystallization; the core is saturated with heavy brown oil.
Strike section A-A' shows that 1% miles northwest of the Commonwealth Oil Company well the calcarenite of the Roberts zone becomes slightly harder, though it is still porous. The zone was oil saturated, but oil recovery from the drill stem test was low (5 feet of oil in 1/ hours). About 20% miles to the southeast the calcarenite Of' 1hi.: zone is soft and porous as it is in the Commonwealth Oil (ompany. No. 3 Red Cattle Company well, hut it lacks oil staining and is flooded with salt water.
DiP section 3-B' shows that down-dip to the southwest the Roberts zone 'onsi-ts of hard but porous limestone without oil t-aining, and it is probably flooded with salt water. Up-dip to the northeast is the Humble Oil and Refining Company, No. 1 Consolidated Naval Stores, Hole No. 2 well, which is located about 4 miles north of the discovery well for the Sunoco-Felda field, and which is structurally the highest well in the Felda area. In this Humble well the zone is made up of calcarenite which is moderately soft and dense, and which has only slight porosity. The only oil show present consists of staining and a slight oil cut from 2 feet of a core at 11,408-11,410 feet. It -is reported that at the time the core at this approximate interval was originally described it contained "bleeding oil"; however, porosity is no better than that described above for the entire zone. A drill stem test from 11,414-11,426 feet recovered salt water with no oil.




20 FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
3. The oil-water contact, as revealed by staining -in cores and by electrical log resistivities, was determined primarily for the two wells shown on the cross sections which had oil recoveries from drill stem tests.
It is concluded from the above facts and comments, that where commercial oil accumulation in the Roberts zone of the wells shown on cross sections A-A' and B-B' is lacking, one or more) of the causes may be: (1) inadequate capping material, (2) flooding of the zone with salt water (in down-dip wells)" and (3) poor to relatively poor permeability (north of the Sunoco-Felda field).
The two plugged and abandoned wells in the Felda area which yielded oil and a preponderance of salt water on drill stem tests of the Sunniland Limestone, shown in figures 4 and 5 (cross sections A-A' and B-B'), are more promising than was initially apparent. This is concluded since both wells tested an interval that included a water zone, the Roberts oil-bearing zone and the permeability barrier that separated them, as shown in table 11. It is probable that if the Roberts zone only had been tested, oil and salt water percentages would have been much more encouraging, and possibly the rate of oil recovery would have been greater.
In the Sunniland Limestone, about 120 to 130 feet below the base of the Roberts zone and 30 feet above the top of the Punta Gorda Anhydrite, as described by the Applins (1965, p. 39), oil shows are present in hard calcareous rock in the Humble Oil and Refining Company, No. 1 Consolidated Naval Stores well, of Lee County, and in the same operator's No. 1 Consolidated Naval Stores test in Hendry County. During a drill stem test the Lee County well recovered 2,130 feet of gas and 90 feet of oil (fig. 5). It is interesting that in the wells, most of the less indurated rock of the Sunniland Limestone lacks shows. Quite often in south Florida shows are found in tight rock but not in porous rock. It is possible that in the Felda area, in Early Cretaceous sections, this circumstance may be explained by the flushing of oil zones by circulation of either salt or fresh water.
STRUCTURAL NOSING OFFSHORE FROM SOUTHERN SARASOTA COUNTY
A structure map depicting the top of the St. Marks Formation is shown in figure 6. Data on wells contoured on this map is shown




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2 FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY coincide rather well (fig. 6) with regional gravity highs by Lyons, as shown in figure 7, and this map may reflect structural highs in the Cretaceous. It will be noted that there is a trend of highs on the top of the St. Marks Formation which plunges into the Gulf of Mexico offshore from southern Sarasota County.
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MESOZOIC CROSS SECTIONS OF NORTHWESTERN FLORIDA
The Citronelle oil field of Mobile County, Alabama is located 33 miles west-northwest of the Florida-Alabama boundary. The 1961 production from the Rodessa-Pine Island-Sligo section of Lower Cretaceous (Trinity) Age in this field was 5,872,403 barrels of high gravity oil (averaging 40 to 45 degrees A.P.I.) from 290 pumping wells. Cumulative production from discovery of the field in October, 1955, to January 1, 1962, was 26,945,022 barrels of oil (Oil and Gas Year Book of 1962, Part 2, p. 11). The depth from which production was obtained ranged in the discovery well, the Zack Brooks, No. 1 Donovan test, from 10,870 to 11,414 feet (Frascogna, 1957, p. 38). This depth range is typical for Citronelle field wells.
In Mississippi 29 oil fields and two gas fields produce from the Rodessa-Sligo sequence, according to a summary (1962) by Henry N. Tolar, Consulting Geologist.
Rock units which make up the Rodessa-Pine Island-Sligo sequence in the area of the Citronelle field are shown in figure 8, which is a stratigraphic comparison chart extracted from an unpublished thesis by Henry J. McCoy (1958, p. 8).
Cross sections using 12 wells extending from Citronelle field to a test offshore from Franklin County, Florida are given in figures 9, 10, and 11. Tops shown on these sections were based on sample and electrical log study by several workers in this area, and by the writer, who assumes responsibility for all of the tops.
Well control is inadequate to reveal the strike of Mesozoic formations in southern Alabama and northwestern Florida. It is believed, however, that the east-west cross sectional line A-A' approximately parallels the northern boundary of the basin in which Mesozoic sediments were deposited. The electrical log cross sections (figs. 9, 10 and 11) reveal:
1. The depths, and possible depths, at which the RodessaPine Island-Sligo section may be reached in northwestern Florida.
2. The Rodessa-Pine Island-Sligo sediments in the three deep tests in Escambia and Santa Rosa counties, Florida are




24 FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
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JETT DRILING CO. NO.2 BAER II NO.1 STREGIS NO.1 SEALY DRILLING AND CALIFORNIA CO.
N&, CITRONELLE PAPER CI. EXPLORATIONCO. NO. STATELEASE
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i NOTE1 THIS IS NOT A TRUE STRIKE SECTION.
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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 49 27
quite similar to those in the Citronelle field. The Ferry Lake Anhydrite is common to both areas, and serves as a good marker in electrical log correlations. The presence of this unit, as well as other anhydrites, proves the existence of an evaporite basin.
3. Mesozoic formations are higher, beginning with the Pan American, No. 1 Sealy test in Walton County, Florida, on the east end of cross section A-A' than they are on the west end. For example, the structural elevation of the Mooringsport Formation is 2,967 feet higher in the Gulf Coast Drilling and Exploration Company, No. 1 U.S.A. well, in Liberty County, Florida than it is in the Citronelle field. Also the predominantly red shaly character of the Mesozoic sediments in the eastward wells of cross section A-A' indicates that they are the updip equivalents of the more calcareous sediments of Mesozoic age to the west. For these reasons correlations of the Mesozoic section in wells to the east with the Citronelle field section is difficult. Also, the section in the eastward wells appears much less promising than is that nearer to the Citronelle field because of the large increase in the percentage of red shafes to the east.
It may be inferred that the eastward continuation of the Mesozoic horizons which underlie the Citronelle field lies south of the eastward extension of cross sectional line A-A' in a trough approximately outlined on a structure map by Antoine and Harding (1965, p. 169) of the pre-Cretaceous basement based on seismic refractions, as shown in figure 12. It shows that the axis of the trough lies offshore and parallels the northwestern coast of Florida; this trough is about 35 miles wide at the 15,000-foot contour level; and it is filled with sediments (of probable Mesozoic and Cenozoic ages) with a thickness in excess of about 15,000 feet.
INVESTMENTS BY OIL COMPANIES IN THE
PHOSPHATE INDUSTRY OF FLORIDA
Recently a number of oil companies have invested in phosphate companies of Polk and Hillsborough counties. Cities Service Oil Company has taken over the Tennessee Corporation and its subsidiary, U.S. Phosphoric Products Division; Continental Oil Company has merged with the American Agricultural Chemical Company; and Socony-Mobil Oil Company has merged with the




ALAP AMA ( EORGIA
+ +" +
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, 0 i00
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-40CONTOUR INTERVAL 000 FEET 0MIL S
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86 8 41 8 182 so*
Figure 12. Contour map on top of the Pre-Cretaoeous basement (extraoted
from a paper by Antoine and Harding, 1965).




INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 49 29
Virginia-Carolina Chemical Company. A number of oil companies, also, have been actively exploring for new deposits of phosphate, primarily in the northeastern and northern parts of the State, especially in the area of Hamilton, Columbia, Baker, Union, Bradford, Alachua, Suwannee and Madison counties. These companies include Occidental Oil Company, Gulf Oil Corporation, Tenneco Oil Company, Shell Oil Company, Sinclair Oil and Gas Company, Esso and Kerr-McGee Oil Company. It is reported that in 1965, the Occidental Oil Company will construct a 10 million dollar phosphate plant in southeastern Hamilton County.
The primary reasons for the trend of investment by oil companies in the phosphate industry are:
1. Nitrogen and phosphate are two of the basic ingredients in fertilizer (with the third ingredient being potash). Large oil companies have almost unlimited supplies of nitrogen as a by-product of their production of natural gas. They are acquiring phosphate to bring these two important ingredients under one management.
2. One of the largest customers of the oil companies is the American farmer, an established buyer of fuel, gas and pesticides. It is anticipated that using this established market as a common channel for the integrated fertilizer products will be an advantage to the expanding fertilizer industry.
3. It is estimated that the annual increase in fertilizer demand will be 10 percent in the United States alone, and that world fertilizer demand will double by 1970. This anticipated growth of the fertilizer market is attractive to oil companies seeking investment opportunities.




INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 49 31
BIBLIOGRAPHY
Antoine, John W.
1965 (and Harding, James L.) Structure beneath continental
shelf, Northeastern Gulf of Mexico: American Association of Petroleum Geologists Bull., v. 49, No. 2 (Feb., 1965),
p. 157-171, 12 figs., 1 table.
Applin, Paul L.
1960 Significance of changes in thickness and lithofacies of
the Sunniland limestone, Collier County, Fla.: U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 400-B, 2 p., 1 fig.
1965 (and Applin, Esther R.) The Comanche Series and associated rocks in the subsurface in central and south Florida: U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 447, 84 p.,
2 tables, 11 plates, 53 fig.
Harding, James L.
1965 (see Antoine John W.)
Lyons, Paul L.
1950 A gravity map of the United States: Tulsa Geological
Society Digest. Describes and shows a regional Bouguer anomaly gravity map of the United States based on previously published sources and data supplied by the Carter
Oil Company.
McCoy, Henry J.
1958 An electric log and sample study of the Citronelle oil
field, Mobile County, Alabama: Unpublished Master Thesis, Florida State University, p. 1-33, Florida State University
Strozier Library file No. 553.28, R. 111 S.
Tolar, Henry N.
1962 Producing wells by fields in Mississippi, prepared for
the Petroleumf Department of the Deposit Guarantee Bank
and Trust Company, Jackson, Mississippi: A leaflet.
Winter, Victor C.
1954 Pollard field, Escambia County, Alabama: Gulf Coast
Assoc. Geol. Soc. Trans., v. 4, p. 121-141, 14 figs.







APPENDIX 1
WELL SHEETS, 1964




COLIJER COUNTY
FQS Wel and Commenced
FOS no, locality designation* Company or owner Location -Completed Elevation Depth
W.6150 WCr 48S.30E-0 ad Humble Oil and Sec. Z0T48S-R30E let completion 3Z D,F. 11,8211
Refining Company 3700' S and 1850' W of -August 3, 196Z (P86' below No, 18 Gulf Coast the NE corner of the -October 19, 196Z top of Realties Corp. section Recompleted Sunniland Permit 300 -May 24, 1964 Limestone) '
-June 30, 1964 0
REMARKS: A, Subsurface record:
(1) Status: producing well
(2) Casing program:
200" at 1161 w/250 ex 0 13 3/81 at 1,027' w/570 ox
9 5/8"1 at 4,361' w/325 sx
711 at 11,741' w/130 sx
2 1/2" tubing at 5,600'
(3) Induction electrical log, 1024'-11. 806'.
(4) The top of the Sunniland limestone was reached at 11,534 (-11, 502) feet. On this marker it remains structurally the highest well in the field.
(5) The productive zones in this well, with depths, are: 11,5341-11, 536', 11, 5461-11,554', 11,5551-11, 578',
1 58 '1 590',.j
(6) DST's: None in 1962 or 1964.
*This system is described in figure 13 and appendix 8.




COLLIER COUNTY
REMARKS: (cont.) (7) As originally completed in 1962 this well was perforated from 11, 585-11,589 feet.
Recovery on a pumping test from this interval of the No. 18 well, as reported on the First Production Report ot October 19, 1962, was:
Barrels 0
Oil Water Water
198.50 19.8 t10
GOR, 100 to 1 0 Gravity, 19, 6 A. P.. Z Tubing pressure, 120 p. s. i. C
Casing pressure, 0
(8) This well was recompleted as of June 30, 1964. The perforations at 11,585-11,589 feet (and also those at 11,575-11,580 feet) were squeezed off.
The well was then perforated from 11,559 (IES)- 11,567 feet with 12 shots. The interval was acidized with 300 gallons. Information from the pumping test reported in the First Production Report dated 3une 30, 1964, is:
Producing interval (through perforations): 11, 559 (IES)- 11, 5671 5 7-inch casing seat: 11,741 T.D. of hole: 11,821 2 1/2-inch tubing set at: 5,600 Pump data:
Working barrel 2" Length of stroke 74" Strokes per minute 14 Production prior to this test:
Duration of test: 24 hours Choke size: 2 1/4' pump Recovery:




COLLIER COUNTY
Barrels
Fluid Oil Water %Water 516 495 21 4 GOR, 100 to 1
Gravity, 25.40 A. P. I. at 60' About 4 months later, on a pumping test conducted in October, 1964, the recovery from 11,559' (IES)- 11,567' (the same interval as that of the immediately preceeding report) was:
Barrels
Fluid Oil Water % Water 427 282 145 34




COLLIER COUNTY
FOS well and -Commenced
FGS no. locality designation Company or owner Location -Completed Elevation Depth
W-6609 WCr 48S-30E-20 da Humble Oil and Sec. 20-T485-R30E -March 14, 1964 37.95 D.F. 11,655 Refining Company 4158.4' S and 2042. 1' -May 19, 1964 (115' below No. 19 Gulf Coast E of the NW corner of top of Realties Corp. the section Sunniland Permit 312 Limestone) ,
REMARKS: A. Subsurface record:
(1) Status: producing well
(2) Casing program:
20" at 204' w/350 sx
13 3/8" at 1445' w/600 sx
9 5/8" at 4422' w/450 ex
7" at 11,658' w/450 sx
2 7/8" tubing at 5, 005
(3) Induction- electrical log, 4419-11,654; gamma ray-neutron log, 4400-11,655.
(4) The top of the Sunniland Limestone was reached at 11,540 (-11, 502) feet.
(5) The productive zones in this wellare: 11,540'-11,547', 11,55Z'-11,5621, 11,567'-11,573,
11,578'-11,5921, 11,598'-11,602'. z
(6) DST's: None




COLLIER COUNTY
(7) This well was perforated 11, 583-11, 588 feet, and then acidized with 300 gallons,
(8) Production: Information on the pumping tent (of the perforated and acidiaed interval at 11,583-11,588 feet) reported
on the First Production Report dated May 19, 1964, is:
Producing interval (through perforations): 11,583-11, 588 (IES)
7-inc. casing seat: 11,647 T.D, of hole: 11,650 2 7/8-inch tubing set at: 5,005
Pump data:
Working barrel 2"1
Length of stroke 108"
Strokes per minute: 11 0 Production prior to this test: 228 barrels
Duration of test: 24 hours
Choke size:
Recovery:
Barrels r Oil Water %Water
738 31 4
GOR, 100 to I w Gravity, ZS. 6* A. P. I. at 60*
About 5 months later, on a pumping test conducted in October, 1964, the recovery from 11,583'11, 588 feet (the same interval as that of the immediately preceeding report) was:
Barrels
Fluid Oil Water %Water SOL'S5 365 136.5 27




COLLIER COUNTY
FOS well and -Commenced
FGS no. locality designation Company or owner Location -Completed Elevation Depth
W-6608 WCr 48S-30E-28 cc Humble Oil and Sec. 28-T48S-R30E -Feb. 1, 1964 34' D.F. 11,695' Refining Company 660' N and 660' E of -June 21, 1964 (105' below No. 20 Gulf the SW corner of the top of the J Coast Realties section Sunniland' 0 Corporation LimestonO Permit 311
0
REMARKS: A. Subsurface record:
(1) P and A. This was a dry offset at the SE end of the Sunniland field.
(2) Casing program:
20" at 209' w/345 sx
13 3/8" at 1,447' w/450 ex
9 5/8" at 4,420' w/450 sx
7" at 11,7081 w/400 ex
2 7/8" tubing
z
The plugging details are: 0
Depth
0-301 In 13 3/8-inch casing: set 30 sacks of common cement.
4,266-4, 400' In 9 5/8-inch casing: set 50 sacks of comtnon cement with 4% gel.
11,520-11,620 In 7-inch casing: set 30 sacks of' Texcor cement with 4% gel and 1.5%0 HR7.
Then the 7-inch casing was cut at 4409 feet, and 124 joints of it were recovered.
(3) Induction- electrical log, 1,447-11,694.
to




COLLIER COUNTY
(4) The top of the Sunniland Limestone was reached at 11, 590' (.1,556),
(5) DSTu; None
(6) Parforatve and acidation data on this well is;
Perforated Number and rize Quantity interval of perforations of acid
11,592-11,600 4 shots per foot 500 gal. and 11,606- 500 gal. 11,611 (PDC)
11,616-11,620 4 shots per foot (IES) (2 1/16" gun)
11,616-11,620 4 shots per foot (ZES) ( 5" gun)
11, 641-11,643 4 shots per foot
(OR) (5" gun)
11,641-11,643* 4 shots per foot 1000 gal. (IES) (4 ill gun)
(7) Swabbing operations extended over a period of several months. Recoveries consisted of thinly disseminated
black oil with large volumes of salt water.




COLLIER COUNTY
FOS well and -Commenced
FOS'no. locality designation Company or owner Location -Completed Elevation Depth
W-7008 WCr 48S-30E-19 da Humble Oil and Sec. 19-T48S-R30E -Aug. 5, 1964 35'D. F. 1,,667' Refining Company 1980' S and 1980' E -Oct. 8, 1964 (125' below No. 21 Gulf Coast of the NW corner of top of the Realties Corp. the section- Sunniland Permit 316 Limestone) '
REMARKS: A. Subsurface record:
(1) Status. producing well
(2) Casing program:
20" at,209' w,/350 ex.
13 3/8" at 1381" w/600 sx. 9.5/8" at 4470' w/400 sx. C
7" at 11,649' w/350' x.,
2 7/8" tubing at 11,625 o
(3) Induction-electrical log, 44571-11.662'.
(4) The top of the Sunniland Limestone was reached at 11,542' (-11, 507) feet.
(5) The productive zones inthis welfare: 10, 5421-11, 552 11,558'-ll,56Z', 11,575'-11,6001, 11',610'11,618.
(6) DST's: (see next page)
P




COLLIER COUNTY
Working Formation pressure pressure (psi) From To Chokes Time (psi) or blow -Flowing N'hot-in Recovery
11,389' 11,4Z4' 1/4" 3 948 5251 1900' oil ZOOO' water
40D mud
7000 gas
11,430' 11,444' 1/4" and 3 948 4225 1530' oil 5/8" 2000' water 30' mud
7870 gas
(7) Perforation and acidation data on this well is:
Depth Number of perforations Quantity of acid
11,589- 4/foot (20 shots) 300 gal.
11,599
11,612- 4/foot (20 shots) 250 gal.
11,617'
-Final production was obtained from the first interval of perforations (11,589-11,599). It is assumed that the
second interval of perforation was squeezed off.




COLLIER COUNTY
(8) Information from the pumping test reported in the First Production Report dated October S, 1964, is:
Producing interval (through perforations): 11, 589'-11, 599' 7-Inch casing seat: 11,657' T.D. of hole: 11,650'
2 7/8", tubing set at: 11, 625' Pump Data: '
Working barrel "., 2"
:Length, of stroke' 74"
production prior t this test: 352 barrels Duration of test: 24 hours Choke size: 0 Recovery:
Barrels
Fluid Oil Water 5% Water
578, 376 202 35
GOR, 100 to I
Gravity, 26.2' A. P.I. at 60' .Z,
On another purnping'test conducted in October, 1964, the recovery from 11-589'-l1, 599' (the same interval as that of the immediately preceeding report) was:
Barrels
Fluid Oil Water % Water
528 417 111 21
00




CO4,LI1R COUNTY
FO well and Commenced
FOS no, localit desination Company or owner Location -Completed Elevation Depth
W. WCr 48S-301.20 bc Humble Oil and Sac, 20-T48S-R30E -Sept, 14, 1964 34,47 D.,, 11,655' Refining Company 1980' E and 16Z0' N -Nov. 4, 1964 (11?' below No, 22 Cult Coast of the SW corner of top of the Realties Corp. the section Sunniland Permit 317 Limestone) o
REMARKS: A. Subsurface record
(1) Status: producing well
(2) Casing program:
20" at Z13' w/350 ox o
13 3/8" at 1425' w/600 ex 9 5/8" at 4412' w/400 ax
7" at 11,654' w/450 ex
(3) Induction- electrical log, 44040-1,6531
(4) Sidewall cores, attempted 41, recovered 36 from 8,307 to 11,636'.
(5) The top of the Sunniland Limestone was reached at 11, 538 (-11,504) feet.
(6) The productive zones are: 11.5,31-11,548', 11,553'-11,563', 11,566'-11,578', 11, 581'-11, 595',
11, 598'-11,6101.
(7) DST's: None




COLLIER COUNTY
(8) This well was per forated from 11,582-11, 590 feet with 4 shots per foot, and then the zone was acidized
with 300 gallons.
(9) Production: Intormation on the pumping test reported in the First Production Report dated November 4,
1964, is:
Producing interval (through perforations): 11,582-11,590' (IES)
7-inch casing seat: 11,654' T. D. of hole: 11,655' 2 7/8" tubing set at: 5,052'
Pump data:
Length of stroke 74"
Strokes per minute 12
Production prior to this test: 50 barrels, approximately
Duration of test: 6 hours
Choke size:
Recovery:
Barrels
Oil Water % Water
552 61 10
GOR, 100 to 1
Gravity, 35.8* A.P.I. at 60c
Tubing pressure, 80 p. s. i.
Casing pressure, 50 p. s.i.




COLLIER COUNTY
FOS well and 'Commenced
FGS no, locality designation Company or owner Location -Completed Elevation Depth....
W-6924 WCr 46S-29E.4 cb Sun Oil Company Sec, 4-T46S-R29E -October 18, 1964 55 D. F. 4,550' No. 1 the Collier 1520' from the N .November 13, 1964 Company line, and 13ZO' from
Permit 319 the E line of the fJ section
REMARKS: A. Subsurface record:
(1) Status (as of November 12, 1964): water supply well. > (2) Casing program: 0 20" at 89' w/200 sx
13 3/8" at 1360' w/200 ex containing 4% gel., and
428 sx of neat cement
(3) The operator used drilling mud to get the hole started through the relatively loose lithology at the top of the 0-"
hole. Drilling with mud continued until circulation was lost at 902'. From that point on the operator
drilled with water.
(4) Cuttings samples, 0-89', 95-865; driller's log, 0-4, 550' and 1360-2, 660'; gamma ray-neutron log (in casing), r
0-1,241 If.
(5) The operator made successful recoveries on three fishing jobs beginning at about 2,700 feet where a caving
boulder zone was drilled. Drilling operations with an 1 1-inch bit were continued to a depth of 4, 550 feet, which was to be the casing seat for intermediate (9 5/8-inch) casing. On the second "wiping" pass made
into the hole to assure clearance for the casing, the bit would not go below the depth of about 2, 700 feet,
at which .the boulder zone had been encountered in drilling operations.
At this point the operator began reaming the hole with an 11-inch bit. By the time the operator had reamed
to 3, 550 feet, however, the drill bit had strayed 7 j degrees off its course. Since the acceptable limit to
deviation is 21 degrees, the operator decided to abandon the hole.
*This step-out well is 1* miles SE of the Red Cattle No. 2 discovery vell.




COLLIER COUNTY
(6) Because of the relative scarcity of shallow water to be used for drilling purposes in the area of this well, it
was decided to convert this hole to use as an (artesian) water well. Casing (13 3/8-inch) was perforated at
752-762 feet, 810-816 feet, 836-846 feet and 902-912 feet.
After the well has served its purpose as a water well for drilling operations, the operator will cement off the
pe:tforations and otherwise complete plugging the hole as required to protect fresh water resources.
(7) After abandoning the No. 1 Collier Company well as described above, the operation skidded the rig 110. 9 feet
to the southwest to spud the No. 1-A Collier Company test.




COLLIER COUNTY O0
FOS well and -Commenced
FOS no, ocajltX designation Company or owner Location -Completed Elevation Deeth
W.7007 WCr 46s.Z9E-4 cb Sun Oil Company Sec, 4.T46S-RZ9E -Nov. IZ, 1964 551 D,F. 11,4951 No, 1-A 2be 15831 from the N -Feb. 1, 1965 Collier Company line and 1415' from the Permit 319 E line of the section
0
REMARKS: A. Subsurface record:
(1) Status: producing well from the open hole at 11,488'-11,495'.
(2) Casing program: >
20" at 89' w/200 ox
13 3/8" at 1359' w/200 ax
9 5/8" at 3693' w/200 ex 5 1/2" at 11,488' w/400 ax
(3) Core recoveries as reported in Rinehart's Oil and Gas Report, February 15, 1965, were. Recovery
11,4461-4661 18' 4" hard dense limestone. No show of oil. 11,466'-476' 914t' dolomite and limestone. No show of oil. 11,4781-488' 9'6" non-poroua limestone. No show of oil. 11,488'-4951 61' limestone. No show of oil.
1' slightly porous limestone with a show of oil 5' limestone With a good show of oil.
(4) Test results on this well, as described by Rinehart's Oil and Gas Report, February 18, 1965, (p, s) were:
"Drilled plug, F/ZO BLOPD, F/12 BOPD, TP O#, CP 25-500, gray 23 deg, swbd 161 B0 and 21 BSW/10 hrs,
P/84.BO and 133 BSWPD, P/84 BC and 156 BSWPD, P/82 B0 and 165 BWPD, P/75 BOPD and 178 BWPD, P/107
BOand 206 BW/23 hrs, P/130 BO and 248 BWPD, P/113 BO and 248 BWPD."




HENDRY COUNT
FOS well and Commenced
FGS no. locality designation Company or owner Location -Completed Elevation Depth
W-6644 WHy 455-29E-30 ab Sun Oil Company Sec. 30-T45S-RZ9E April 30, 1964 *52 D. F. 12,686' No. I Red Cattle 660' S and 661' E of June 18, 1964 35. 75' Ground Company the NW corner of the Permit 314 NE quarter of the section.
REMARKS: A. Subsurface record:
1. Status: P. and A. 0
2. Casing program: 20" in 26" hole at 215' w/200 sx. 13 3/8" in 17 1/2" hole at 1430 w/450 sx. 9 5/8" in 12 1/4" hole at 4,471' w/450 sx.
3. Cutting samples, drillers log, induction-electrical log, 447 7-12, 686; formation density log, 5150-5900 and 9, 000-12, 684'.
4. DST's
Working Formation pressure (psi) Chokes pressure BHFPI BHFPF BHSIP Hydrostatic From To Top Bottom Time or blow (psi) (Shut-in 30 min.) Top Bottom Recovery
11,483 11,518 /4" 5/8" 1 hr. Immediately 1163 top 3394 top 4859 top 5366 5310 1,500' oil 0 fair, after 5 909 3309 4831 (260 oil + wc min. good bottom bottom bottom 1250' wc cut with 5% oil)
3,9501 lost
assumed to
be sw (Or of
oil 16 A.P.
I. at 886F)
Salt: 153,000
ppm.
CL 93, 000 'O ppm.
Ca: 19,000
ppm.




HENDRY COUNTY
REMARKS: (cont,)
(5) The results of a chemical analysis by the U, S. Geological Survey of a water sample taken from the drill stem
test at 11,475-1Z, 680 were:
P.p, p P. m.
Silica (SI02) 0 Dissolved solids
Iron (Fe) 1.0* calculated 215,000
Calcium (Ca) 21,100 Residue on
Magnesium (Mg) 2,880 evaporation at
Sodium (Na) 55,600 1800C 271,000
Potassium (K) 2,850 Hardness as
Bicarbonate (HCO86 CaCO3 64,500
Carbonate (CO3) 0 Noncarbonate
Sulfate (S04) 1,030 hardness as
Chloride (Cl) 131,000 CaCO3 64,400
Fluoride (F) 8.6 Specific conductance
Nitrate (NO3) 73 (micromhos at
25"C) 192,000
pH 5.8
*In solution when analyzed.
(6) This well was plugged and abandoned on November 6, 1964.




HENDRY COUNTY
FGS well and -Commenced
FOS no., locality designation Company or owner Location -Completed Elevation Depth
W-6682 WHy 45S-29E-32 bb Sun Oil Company Sec. 32-T45S-R29E Commenced: 53' D. F., 11,485 No. 2 Red Cattle 850' S and 835' W of June 25, 1964 est. (54' below Company the NE corner of the Completed: the top of Permit 315 section. July 22, 1964 the SunniTested: land formOctober 9, 1964 ation,
restricted)
REMARKS; A. Subsurface record: 'S
1. Sunoco-Felda field producer and discovery well: cuttings, samples, driller's log, 0-11,485; induction-'electrical log, 4,506-11,485'.
2. Casing program: C) 20" in 26" hole at 120' w/200 sx
13 3/8" in 17 1/2" hole at 1495' w/650 sx C)
9 5/8" in 12 1/4" hole at 4506' w/450 sx
5 1/2" in 8 3/4" hole at 11,471' w/600 sx
2 1/2" tubing at 5,0281
3. Core at'l1,467-11,485'
4 1/21 hard, dense limestone cap Z 13' porous, saturated limestone
4. The results of the favorable drill stem test which indicated the promise of this (discovery) well were:
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HDNPRY COUNTY
Working Wormation oressin (pi)...
Chokes press ure -Flowing Hydrostatic From To Top bottom Time (psi) -Shut-in (30 min.) (psi) Recovery
-Initial Final
11,467 11,485 5/81" 1/4" 5 hro, Blow: 14 3/4 1396 4578 5285 92621of oil (with 2,0Z4' of Shut-in: 114 not given 5041 (13Z bbls.) water cushion) with no salt water J Note: Gas came to the surface in 5 hours and 5 minutes. too
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-Analysis of the above oil recovery revealed its characteristics to be:
Gravity 24.50 %Paraffin 1. 96 %uSulfur 3.42 Viscosity 93 at 1000 Pour point, -45* F Salt 3,084 lbs. per 1000 bbls..o
(5) On the production test, October 9, 1964, (the date of the press conference granted by Mr. Hill,
Southwest Division Manager for Sun), the well flowed natural from the open hole at 11, 4721-11, 485' 0
through a 20/64-inch choke at a rate of 111 BOPD with 3 percent BS and W. Tubing pressure
was 30 p. s. i., and casing pressure was 340 p. s. i.




HENDRY COUNTY
(6) The producing interval, 11,472'-11,485', in the well was washed with acid as follows:
Chemical Maximum injection Maximum pressure
Date used Quantity pressure, surface (p. s. i.) Tubing pressure (p. a. i.) against formation (p. s.l.) ',
HCI 250 gallons 900 *600 300 (6 bbls.)
Oct. 28, Retarded 750 gallons 750 *520 230 1964 HCI (18 bbls. )
-A detailed description of the injection of the retarded acid on October 28, 1964, is:
The Hallibdrton Company, acidized the well with 750 gallons (18 barrels) of chemically retarded 15 percent HCN. 'They'purnped the acid to the formation point with 49 1/2 barrels of crude oil. The acid was on the formation at 1:45 p. m.
Maximum injection rate: 0. 2 bbls. per min.
Average injection rate: 0.2 bbls. per min.
Maximum treating pressure: 750 p. s.i.s Average treating pressure: 650 p. s. i.
Final treating pressure: 750 p. s. i.
5-minute shut-in pressure: 625 p. s. i.
All oi the acid was pumped in the formation at 3:20 p. m.
The excess retarded acid was reversed out of the hole with 93 barrels of crude oil. This part of the operation
required from 3:45 p.m. to 5:20 p.m.
The well was opened at 5:40 p. rr;. on a 16/64-inch choke. The tubing pressure was 520 p. a. i. and the casing
pressure was 520 p. a. i,




HNN RY COUNTY
(7) A listing of selected flowing production rates, with associated information, October 9-November 2,
(inclusive), 1964 is:
For tests of less than For tests of 24-hour 24-hours duration
Duration Under flowing Amount BS & W Estimated Actual Percentage 1964 of. conditions of during BOPD BOPD BS & W Date Choke test T. P. C. P. production test
Natural:
Oct. 9 20/64" 30 340 3% 111
(immediately before acidation) 105
After acidation with 6 bbl.. of regular HC1 and Just prior to acidation with 18 bbls. of retarded HCI
Oct. 28 16/64" 5% 215
Ater acidationith 18 barrels of retarded HC5 t 9o6/641 13 hours 170 170 165 bbl. 5% 304 ps, i. p.s.i.
Oct. 29 16/64" 1 hour 15 bbls. 360 Oct. 30 14/64" 13 hours 170 175 148 bbl.. 273 p..i. p.s..
Oct, 31 14/64" 22 hours 246 bbl. 268 'Nov. 2'16/64" 3 3/4 hours
20/64" 20 1/4 hours' 60 307 2 112% p. s. i, pe of i,




HENDRY COUNTY
(8) Results of the first pumping test, reported on the First Production Report, dated November 23, 1964,
and guaged at 7 a.n., were:
Producing interval (open hole): 11,472L 11, 485'
5 1/2-inch casing seat: 11,471 T.D. of hole: 11,485i 2 1/2-inch tubing set at: 5,028
Pump;Data:
Working barrel 2 1/2"
SLength of stroke 120"
Strokes per minute 6. 4
Production. prior to this test: 6, 912. 02 bbls. o
Duration of test: 24 hours
Choke size: 28/64"1
Recovery: 427 BOPD; with 11 barrels of B S & W GOR 125/i;
Gravity 25.4* API at 60'
B. Miscellaneous
1. The Humble Oil and Refining Company will be the buyer of this oil and will have it trucked to Fort
Lauderdale, Florida, by Red Wing, Inc., of Tampa, Florida.
2. The expenditure by the Sun Oil Company on their No. 1 and No. 2 Red Cattle Company wells to
October 9, 1964, were:
Bonus payments $ 3,758 Drilling costs 382,746 Two 1000-gallon National tanks 8, OQO Heater-treater 4,000
$388,504
If a pump is installed, this will
be an additional 17,000 $415,504




HNDRY COUNTY Also, it was estimated that other cost elements involved In developing the No. 2 Red Cattle Company well to its full potential might run the coot up an additional $100, 000,
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FOS well and -Cdmmenced
FOS no. locality designation Company or owner Iocation -Completed Elevation Depth
W-6926 WSr 5N-29W-22 ba Kirby, and Sun Oil Sec. 22, T5N-R29W -Aug. 3, 1964 274' D. F. 6,524' Company No. 1 Jay 279' S and 496' W of -Aug. 23, 1964 Unit Permit 318 the NE corner of the NW quarter of the 0 section
REMARKS: A. Subsurface record:,(1) P. and A. 0
(2) Casing program:
8 5/8" at 625'
(3) Cuttings, samples, driller's log, 0-6500'; induction-electrical log, 625-6,497',
(4) Electrical log tops.
(5) Sidewall cores: attempted 1Z, recovered 11. No shows reported.
(6) DST's: none
(7) This well was drilled by the George H. Jett Drilling Company, as contractor.
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SANTA .OSA COUNTY
P VON wiloW nd -Commenced
FOO no. localILty designation Company or owner Location 'Completed Elevation Depth
W- WSr 5N.Z9W-l8 bb Young Drilling Sec. 18-T5N-R9W .Feb, 27, 1964 Z47' D, F, 6,576' Company No, I N half of Lot I .March 11, 1964 Carlton-May
Permit 313
REMARKS: A. Subsurface record:
(1) P. and A.
(2) Caning program:
8 5/8" at 648' w/150 ax
(3) Cuttings, samples: driller's log, 0-6, 580'; induction-electrical log, 634-6, 576'."-




SANTA ROSA COUNTY
FOS well and. -Commenced
FGS no. locality designation Company or owner Location -Completed Elevation Depth
W' wdr SN-29W-23 bb Young Drilling Sec. 23-TSN-R29W -Dec. 14, 1964 243.7'Ord. 6,539' Company No. 1 660' S and 460' E of -Dec. 27, 1964 Golden Permit 320 the NW corner of the NE, NE
REMARKS: A, Subsurface record:
(1) P. and A.
(3) Casing program:
7 5/8" at 676' w/230 sx.
(3) Cuttings samples; driller's log, electrical log.




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APPENDIX II




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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 49 63
HISTORIC AND ECONOMIC ASPECTS CONNECTED WITH
SUN'S OIL ACTIVITIES IN FLORIDA
By
Mr. Tom F. Hill
The Sun Oil Company has explored in Florida since 1935, and since that time has acquired 4,716 oil and gas leases on almost 4,000,000 acres of land. The peak amount of acreage, 2,374,062 acres, was held in 1949.
Sun has drilled 34 dry holes in Florida, and has supported through some form of contribution 38 additional wells. Footage drilled in the 72 wells in which Sun has been interested has amounted to 462,471 feet. The activities of the company were concentrated in the Florida Panhandle, and around the Peninsular Arch. The first well undertaken by the company in south Florida was their No. 1 Red Cattle Company well drilled in the early part of 1964; this well tested promising, but non-commercial oil shows, and led the company to drill the No. 2 Red Cattle Company discovery well.
Money spent by the Sun Oil Company in Florida prior to the discovery of the Sunoco-Felda field was:
Payments to landowners $7,447,410 Lease bonuses 1,734,163 Lease rentals 5,713,247 Geophysics (mainly seismic) 1,026,691 Core drilling 218,205 Dry hole contributions 52,456 Test well drilling iii which Sun
was the operatot 1,647,975
TOTAL $10,392,737
The Sun No. 2 Red Cattle Company Well
The results of the favorable drill stem test which indicated the promise of this well, were:




64 FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
Interval: 11,467-11,485 Chokes: %" bottom, 5/8" top Water cushion: 2,024' Maximum working pressure (blow): 14 3/4 lbs. Shut-in pressure: 114 lbs. Tool open: 5 hours and 5 minutes Gas to surface: 5 hours and 5 minutes Recovery: 9,262' of oil (132 bbls), with no salt water
Pressures: psi
(a) Initial flowing bottom hole pressure 1396
(b) Final flowing bottom hole pressure 4578
(c) Initial shut-in bottom hole pressure not given*
(d) Final shut-in bottom hole pressure
(after tool was shut in 30 minutes) 5041
(e) Hydrostatic 5285
*However, it was stated by Mr. Franks during the press confe-' rence that the initial shut-in bottom hole pressure (c) was higher than the final shut-in bottom hole pressure (d).
On the production test, October 9, 1964, at 7:00 a.m. the rate of flow was 111 BOPD through a 20/64-inch choke. Other data is:
Tubing pressure: 30 lbs. Casing pressure: 340 lbs. B. S. and W: 3%
The characteristics of this crude, designated as "Class B" were recorded as:
Gravity: 24.5o A.P.I. Base: Parafinnic--napthenic Viscosity: 93 at 1000F temperature Sulphur: 3.42% Salt: 3,048 lbs,/1,000 bbls.
The expenditures on the No. 1 and No. 2 Red Cattle Company wells to October 9, 1964 were: #




INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 49 65
Bonus payments $ 3,758 Drilling costs 382,746 Two 1000-gallon National Tanks 8,000 Heater-Treater 4000 $388,504
If a pump is installed, this will be an additional 17,000 $415,504
Additional cost elements involved in developing the No. 2 Red Cattle Company well to its full potential may run these costs up an additional $100,000.
A tabulation showing the net value per barrel of this crude was reported to be:
Gross value at the well head $2.54 Less: State severance tax 0.13
Trucking, to Port Everglades 0.42 Terminal space at the port 0.05 Royalty to the landowner 0.24 Overhead 0.03 Direct operating cost 0.15 Net value if produced natural 1.52 Less: pumping cost? 0.10 Net value if produced by pump $1.42
The landowners return per barrel of $0.24 is determined by multiplying his 1/8 royalty times a base figure consisting of: Gross value at the well head, less state severance tax, less trucking cost to Port Everglades.
Transportation of the Sunoco Crude
Mr. Hill briefly mentioned that Sun might transport the crude oil to Port Everglades either by barge over the Okeechobee Waterway, or entirely by truck, or by truck to the Sunniland field and from there to Port Everglades by a pipeline now being constructed to handle the crude produced in the Sunniland field. Mr. Hill also mentioned that Sun may build a pipeline either to Port Everglades, or to the Sunniland field. Daily production figures necessary to justify pipeline construction, according to Mr. Hill, are:




66 FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
From the Surioco-Felda field to Port Everglades 5000
From the Sunoco-Felda field to the Sunniland field 2000
Land
Early this year Sun held 23,527 acres of land. After the termination of their No. 1 Red Cattle well an additional 2000 acres were acquired to increase Sun's total holdings to 25,527 acres. After the favorable DST from the No. 2 Red Cattle well, the company intensified leasing activity sharply, and now holds 108,516 acres in the Felda area under oil and gas lease.




APPENDIX III
State land leased by the Sun Oil Company from the Trustees of
the Internal Improvement Fund, and the
State Board of Education, 1964.







Lease Interest In Land no, Date From By leased (acres) Description
2064 Nov. 1.O-64 Trustees of the Internal Sun Oil Co. one-half 40 Sec. 5 T46S R30E (NW Improvement Fund quarter of the NW quarter of the section) Collier County REMARKS:
Term: 5 years
Cash consideration
Rental, lst year: $20 ($1. 00 per net mineral acre). Borius: $Z10.00 ($10.50 per net mineral acre).
Drilling committment
Depth: 7, 400 feet or to the top of the Lower Cretaceous, whichever is deeper. Frequency: one well each Z years.
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Leapo Interset In Land' no, Date From By leased (acres) Description
2049- S Oct. 7-64 State Board of Education Sun Oil Co. one-half 640 Sac, 16 T45S RZ8E Hendry County
640 Sec, 16 T46S RZ8E Collier County
640 Sec, 16 T46S RZ9E o Collier, County
640 Sec. 16 T46S R30E Collier County >
REMARKS: o
Term: 5 years V
Cash consideration
Rental, lst year: $1, 280 ($1. 00 per net mineral acre). Bonus: $14, 100 ($11.00 per net mineral acre).
Drilling committment
Depth: 7, 400 feet on top of Lower Cretaceous, whichever is deeper. Frequency: one well each 2j years.




Lease Interest In Land no. Data From By leased (acres) Description 2021-S July 20-64 State Board of Education Sun Oil' Co. one-half 640 Sec. 16 T45S R29E Hendry County
REMARKS:
Term: 10 years
Cash consideration
Rental, 1st year: $160 (500 per net mineral acre). Bonus: $320 ($1. 00 per net mineral acre). Drilling committment
Depth: 6, 000 feet or. top of Lower Cretaceous, whichever is deeper. Frequency: one well each years.
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APPENDIX IV







Appendix 4., Florida offshore geophysical scout data, 1963 and 1964
Geophysical permit Company to Contractor Type Permit -Begins Periods worked No; Date which issued (Client) Survey -Ends Begin End
1963 California Company Century Velocity April 9, 1963 April 9, 1963
March 26 Geophysical Co.
REMARKS: (1) General area: This survey was run within 650 feet of the California Company Coastal Petroleum Company No. 3 Florida State Lease 224-B well, located offshore from Dunedin, Pinellas County. 0
(2) Miscellaneous: The velocity survey of above described No. 3 State Lease 224-B well required about 10 hours
to complete. 4 The name of the explosive used in the charge set off in the water is Nitroman. This is a mixture of nitrogen and a petroleum product similar to diesel oil. It is set off by a primer made of a higher velocity explosive; the Nitroman itself is of relatively low velocity. It can be exploded with a primer only, and consequently it
is not classified as an explosive insofar as its transportation is concerned. The charges of Nitroman used
varied from 1 to 50 pounds, with the smaller charges being used near surface and the larger charges at greater
depth. The maximurn charge used.(50 pounds) produced a geyser of water about 7 to 10 feet in diameter.
Survey procedure: Every thousand feet going into the hole being checked, and every 500 feet coming out of
the hole, a shot is fired. The shots are suspended about 10 feet below the water surface from floating
balloons which are at an electronically-determined distance of about 650 feet from the test hole. Vertical
depths to interfaces are determined from the expired tirhe between the explosion and its pick-up by the 0
recording sonde in the test hole.
Purpose of survey: This survey is made to a) correct the sonic log, and b) provide velocity data to be
used in conjunction with sqismic times.
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Appendix 4, 'ont,
Geophysical permit Company to Contractor Typu Permit .Begins Periods worked No. Date which islUd (Client) Survey -Ends Begin End
1963 Mobil Gas gun Program completed
April 18 echo sounder October 13, 1963
REMARKS: (1) General area: Extends eastward from the Florida-Alabama state line to longitude 86" west, Parts of the
survey extend to a water depth of 600 feet.
(2) Miscellaneous: The energy source for the gas gun echo sounder is a gas reactor which is a chamber of
pipe that is lowered about 15 feet below the water surface. A mixture of propane and air is fired in the
chamber about every 6 seconds as the boat moves at a speed of approximately 4 miles per hour. The 0 final record is a composite of several shots.
The energy from the combustion produces a low level, low frequency impulse which does no harm to water bottoms or to~marine life. 0
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Appendix 4, cont.
Geophysical permit Company to Contractor Type Permit -Begins Periods worked
* No. Date which issued (Client) Survey -Ends Begin End
3 196.3 Mobil Gas gun Notification of suspension of operations ,
Nov. 6 echo sounder received April 27, 1964.
REMARKS: (1) General area: a) A survey which extends from latitude 25 45' north (a few miles south of Cape Romano) southward to the north line of the Florida Keys. This survey covers the area from shore to a water depth of 600 feet. b) An abbreviated survey which extends from the area south of Pensacola to Crystal Bay, in Citrus County, to tie in with offshore seismic work completed in 1956.




Appendix 4, cont,
Geophysical permit Company to Contra:tor Typis Permit -Begins Periods worked" No, Date which issued (Client) Survey -Ends Begin End
4 1963 Ray Geophysical Gravity Planned to begin about November Z, 1963, and
Nov. 6 Division of to work about 42- months in waters offshore from Mandrel Industries, Florida. Inc.
REMARKS: (1) General area: Extends from the Florida-Alabama state line eastward to longitude 86 47. 5' west (a few miles
west of Fort Walton Beach). The survey covered water depths from the 15-foot contour line to the 600 foot
contour line,
(Z) Miscellaneous: Two vessels, each a 136-foot converted mine sweeper, were used for this survey. The survey
procedure involved lowering an instrument to the bottom of the gulf to measure the "pull" of gravity, Readings ., were made at a density of about 2 observations per square mile; positioning is determined by electronic instruments.
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Appendix 4, cont.
Geophysical permit Company to Contractor Type Permit -Begins Periods worked No. Oate which issued (Client) Survey -Ends Begin End
5 1963, Tidelands Exploration (After data is Gravity and Began operating out of Panama City, Bay
Dec. 16 Co. --later amended developed it gas gun echo County, about October 12, 1964. It has to: Independent will be sold to sounder been stated by sources not affiliated with Exploration Co., clients) the company that the program to be Tidelands Division performed may require about six years Of work. ,
Weeks worked in 1964: 13 weeks
REMARKS: (1) General Area: Entire offshore Florida Gulf Coast out to 600 feet of water depth.
(2) Number of boats: On October 2, 1964, the company was using two 95 foot boats in their operations. About
January 1, 1965, they plan to enlarge these operations by moving in one or two additional boats.
(3) Miscellaneous: Recordings are to conform to a uniform, one-mile, five-spot grid pattern. The company
plans to occupy 129,400 stations covering 64,800 square miles. Results will be sold to purchasers at
prices ranging from $10 to $50 per station.




Appendix 4, cent,
Geophysical permit Company to Contractor Type Permit -Beins Periods worked No, Date which issued (Client) Survey -End a Begin End
6 1964 Shell Self Ruflection May 20, 1964 May 22, 1964 May V7, 1964
May 5 May 30, 1964 (completed work in both areas)
Weeks worked in 1964: 1 week
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REMARKS: (1) General areas: a) Submerged platform off Crystal River (Citrus County).
b) Submerged platform off Charlotte Harbor (Lee County). >
(2) Number of boats: I M
(3) Distance between shots: 600 feet,
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Appendix 4, cont.
Geophysical permit Company to Contractor Type Permit -Begins Periods worked No.:, Date which issued (Client) Survey -Ends Begin End
7 1964 Geophysical (Humble) Reflection -"not defined" May 7, 1964 June 30, 1964
May 5 Service, Inc. -extended to Oct. 1, 1964 Oct. Z, 1964 May, 1965 Oct. 8, 1964 Oct. 11, i'964 Oct. 13, 1964 Oct. 14, 1964 Oct. 21, 1964 Oct. 27, 1964 Nov. 2, 1964' Nov, 11, 1964 '' Nov. 17, 1964 Nov. 21, 1964 Nov. 25, 1964 Nov. 26, 1964 : Dec. 4, 1964 Dec. 6, 1964 Dec. l1, 1964 Dec. 12, 1964 i4 Dec. 14, 1964 Dec. 14, 1964 po (work will extend possibly to May, 1965)
Weeks worked in 1964: 13f weeks
REMARKS: (1) General area: Extends from Pensacola to Florida Bay. More specifically, it is understood that the program r includes about 2 to 3 months of work done south of Naples; also, that the program will include a survey approximately from Pensacola to Panama City.
(2) Number of boats: 3
(3) Distance between shots: some 400 feet; most 600 feet. C,
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1 964 califii-la C'ornpany Wit i 0Ittin.utio Jm 1 vmc 3, 1964 Jnl y 4, 1964 Jifly 11, 1964 Jtlnu Ai C41oph ybit d'I CI), ancd Juni]t 1961 ,ily 106, 1964 J41Ly 25, 1964 I(uCrrction Au., 5, 1964 Au g, 8, 1964 Weuks worked in 1964: 3 wuks
REMARK: (1) auneral area: within 3 leaguis of, and appr.oximately Lvo-uxtunivu with, the coast line of Escambia County,
(Z) Number of boats: 3
(3) Distance between shots: sonie 1, 320 feet, some 1,760 feet,
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iAppendix 4, cont.
Geophysical permit Company to Contractor Type Permit -Begins Periods worked No. Date which issued (Client) Survey -Ends Begin End
, 964 Pan Am. Western Reflection July 27, 1964' Aug. 1, 1964
June 29 Geophysical Co. and Aug. 8, 1964 'Aug' 15, 1964 Refraction (as originally scheduled this work was, supposed
to last about 1 month)
Weeks worked in 19'64: 2 weeks
REMARKS: (1), General area: The 'lines were at widely spaced intervals along the entire Gulf Coast of Florida.
(2) 'Number of boats:' 3 Ono
(3) Distance, between shots: 'some 440 feet; some 880 feet'.
(4) Miscellaneous: Three, vessels were used in this operation. The 'lead instrument vessel towed an underwater I.
seismograph cable 10, 700 feet long. ,According to preliminary plans, about 2 days were to be spent on each
'", ~~line.t'o'be run.. ,,',,
Because of the great distances involved in refraction shooting (10 miles or more), very large charges were
required for the refraction part of the program.
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luopysica1 p'iernit Company to Contractor Type Permit -Begins Periods worked No, Date which tiuLaed (Client) Swrvy -Ends begin End
10 1964 California Co. Western Refraction Planned commencement
JulY Z1 Geophysical Co, Auigust 3, 1964
(supposectto last about I
week)
Probable weeks worked in 1964; ?
REMARKS: (1) General area: In the Atlantic Ocean off Nassau and (possibly) Duval counties in Florida (also, in Georgia,
work will be done offshore from Camden, Glynn, and (possibl) McIntosh counties).
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Appendix 4, cont.
Geophysical permit Company to Contractor Type Permit -Begins Periods worked No. Date which issued (Client) Survey -Ends Begin End
11 1964 Gulf Western Reflection Aug. 25, 1964 Sept. 2, 1964
Aug. 18 Geophysical and Sept. 14, 1964Sept. 15, 1964 Co. Refraction (scheduled for completion about September 15, 1964)
Weeks worked in 1964: 11 weeks
REMARKS: (1) General area: Extends from the Florida-Alabama state line eastward to longitude 85' 30' west (almost to Mexico Beach, in Bay County). In a southerly direction, this survey will extend to the seaward limit of the jurisdiction of the State of Florida.
(2) Number of boats: Z
(3) Distance between shots: 650 feet
(4) Miscellaneous: The instrument boat was equipped with a set of seismograph recorders, and towed a cable about 7, 500 feet in length to which 24 hydrophones were attached. Explosive chserges were set off about
5 to 10 feet below the surface of the water and typically ranged from 5 to a maximum of 50 pounds in size.
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Appotndix 4, ront,
Geophsi-cal' permit Company to Contractor Typu Permit -Begins Period. worked'' No, Date which issued (Client) Survuy -Endu Begin End
12 1964 Mobil Gas gun Planned commencement;
Oct, 20 echo sounder October 15, 1964
REMARKS: (1) General area: In the Atlantic Ocean northward from latitude 29' 15 north (slightly north of Daytona Beach, r Florida), to the Florida-Georgia state line, (The completed program will include offshore areas northward 0 beyond Florida's boundary to the Virginia-North Carolina state line). This survey is to extend from the 15-foot contour line to the 600-foot contour line,
(2) Miscellaneous: a) This operation is a resumption of echo sounding activities started by Mobil in the latter 0
part of 1963 in the Florida Keys under Permit 3.
b) A description of the basic principles of operation of the gas gun echo sounder is described under Permit 2
of this appendix. IC)
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APPENDIX V







INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 49 89
STATE OF FLORIDA
STATE BOARD OF CONSERVATION DIVISION OF GEOLOGY
RULES AND REGULATIONS GOVERNING GEOLOGICAL AND/OR GEOPHYSICAL EXPLORATIONS IN THE SUBMERGED LANDS, OTHER THAN INLAND WATERS OF FLORIDA AND APPLICABLE TO FEDERAL LANDS SEAWARD OF FLORIDA'S BOUNDARY. PURSUANT TO AUTHORIZATION OF THE DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR OF THE UNITED STATES DATED APRIL 3, 1965, AND PUBLISHED IN THE FEDERAL REGISTER (F.R. DOC. 56-2450, VOLUME 21, NO. 64).
The following rules have been coordinated with those of adjacent states that have adopted rules and regulations pertaining to the use of explosives in off-shore areas and shall apply to all exploration work involving the discharge of explosives in the above described waters and areas for the temporary period extending from July 1, 1965 to July 1, 1966.
1) A permit from the State Board of Conservation, signed by the Director of the Department in the name of the Board is required for all seismic or geologic exploration work in areas to which these rules apply. All work shall be delayed until such permit has been secured and the work will be conducted at such times and in such a manner as approved by the Director. All permits shall be subject to such restrictions as are established by the Regional Oil and Gas Supervisor of the United States Geological Survey, for Federal lands.
2) The Director of the Division of Geology of the State Board of Conservation shall have supervision of all geophysical work on Florida's submerged lands.
3) Application must be filed upon official forms of the Board of Conservation, in triplicate, at least ten (10) days before the permit is issued. A detailed U.S. Hydrographic Office map also in triplicate, shall accompany the application, showing the area of opera-




90 FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
tion and general location of lines to be shot. All permits will be conditioned upon the applicant obtaining approval, prior to the start of work, permits such as required from the U. S. Army Corps of Engineers, U. S. Geological Survey, U. S. Navy and permission from any lessee of the submerged land.
4) All permits are limited to a period of six months from date of issue, but may be renewed for not more than two additional ninety-day periods at the discretion of the Director of the Division of Geology of the State Board of Conservation. Application for renewals may be made by letter. Any continuation of work following the expiration of the permit and renewals shall be under a new permit made under requirements stated in items 1, 2 and 3.
5) Permit will be given for work in areas roughly coinciding with the regulatory districts established by the Florida Board of Conservation as shown on the map attached. A permit may include
2 districts, if these are adjacent. The operator will make every effort to complete the work in one district before work is begun in another.
6) A conservation agent will accompany any shooting component of any seismic exploration crew working under a permit issued by the Board, unless written permission is obtained from the Director of the Board of Conservation. If work is scheduled for a continuous day and night shooting program, extending beyond a 12 hour period, two agents will be assigned, and one agent will be constantly present during the shooting operations.
7) Before any shot is discharged, the exploration party shall install a fish finder, that shall be observed by the conservation agent who shall control the shooting pattern in such a way as to avoid excessive fish kills. The Company shall employ any method approved by the industry to frighten and drive away the fish and marine life which may be in the area where the shot is to be fired. If a school or schools of fish persist in the area, operations must




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STATE OF FLORIDA STATE BOARD OF CONSERVATION DIVISION OF GEOLOGY FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY Robert O. Vernon, Director INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 49 FLORIDA PETROLEUM EXPLORATION, PRODUCTION, AND PROSPECTS, 1964 By Clarence Babcock TALLAHASSEE 1966

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Completed manuscript received December 20, 1965 Printed by the Florida Geological Survey (Job no. 128) Tallahassee ii

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Sincere appreciation is expressed to Robert 0. Vernon, Director of the Florida Geological Survey, for guidance in the preparation of this report. Also, ideas and suggestions of Woodson R. Oglesby, Petroleum Geologist with the Survey, were invaluable in the preparation of the cross sections. In addition, discussions with Joseph E. Banks, Petroleum Geologist with the Coastal Petroleum Company, Milton Hruby, Petroleum Geologist with the Mobil Oil Company, and Ray Stevens, Division Scout for the Shell Oil Company, were of great help to the writer. The Alabama Geological Survey provided Mesozoic and Paleozoic tops on the Ancora Corporation and Jett Drilling Company, No. 1 Citronelle Unit B-31-7 well, a 19,204-foot hole which is the deepest test in the Citronelle field (letter from Thomas J. Joiner, Chief, Paleontology-Stratigraphy, Geophysics Division, Geological Survey of Alabama, dated May 28, 1963). iii

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CONTENTS Acknowledgements ........................................ iii Exploration.................................................. 1 Santa Rosa County .......... ........................ .... .1 Land .................................................... 4 Mainland .............................................. 5 Dade County ........................................ 5 General view of the subsurface geology of northwestern Dade County ........................................ 7 The proposed Serio well site .... ............ .......... 7 The Felda area and adjoining parts of South Florida ...... 8 Lease activity by Sun .............................. 9 Lease activity by Humble .......................... 9 Lease activity by the Alvin S. Moody-J.L. (Pat) McCord Company ........... .......... ................... 9 Offshore ................................................. 10 Geophysics .... ....................... ............. .10 Florida Mainland ..................................... .10 Florida Offshore ....................................... 10 Rules and regulations ................ .......... ......... .10 Sunniland field ........................................... 12 Production ............................................. 12 Price of the crude oil at the well head .................... .15 Distribution ......................................... .. 15 Sunoco-Felda field ........................................ 16 Discussion of geologic cross-sections and maps ............ 18 Felda area cross-sections ............................ 18 Structural nosing offshore from southern Sarasota County .20 Mesozoic cross-sections of northwestern Florida ......... 23 Investments by oil companies ............................... 27 Bibliography .............................................. 31 Appendix ....................................... ......... 33 I Well sheets, 1964 ............ .................... .33 II Historic and economic aspects connected with Sun's oil activities in Florida ................................. 61 III State land leased by the Sun Oil Company from the Trustees of the Internal Improvement Fund, and the State Board of Education, 1964 ............................ 67 IV Florida offshore geophysical scout data, 1963 and 1964 .73 V Rules and regulations governing exploration on submerged lands ........................................... .87 VI State Board of Conservation, Order No. 1 .............. 97 VII Florida Geological Survey carbonate classification ..... 103 VIII Well and locality designation system ...... ........ 107 IX Data on wells contoured on top of the St. Marks Formation ............................................... 113 v

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ILLUSTRATIONS Figure 1 Florida petroleum exploration and production, 1964 ...... 2 2 Sunniland field well location map, showing chronological sequence by years of wells opened to deeper productive zones beginning in 1962 ............................. 13 3 Sunoco-Felda field well location and land map, September 1, 1965 .................................. Facing page 16 4 Felda area strike section A-A' ............. Facing page 18 5 Felda area dip section B-B' ................ Facing page 20 6 Structure map on top of the St. Marks Formation of the Tampa Stage .............................. Facing page 20 1 Regional gravity map of Florida, from Lyons, 1950 ...... 22 8 Comparison chart of part of the stratigraphic section in the area of the Citronelle oil field, Mobile County, Alabama (after McCoy, unpublished thesis, 1958, p.8 .... 24 9 Mesozoic structure cross sections A-A', B-B' and C-C', and index map ............................ Facing page 24 10 Mesozoic stratigraphic cross section A-A' ............. 25 11 Mesozoic stratigraphic cross sections B-B' and C-C' .... 26 12 Contour map on top of the Pre-Cretaceous basement (extracted from a paper by Antoine and Harding, 1965)...... 28 Table 1 Exploratory wells drilled in Florida, 1964.... .......... 3 2 Structural information on the Young Drilling Company, No. I Carlton-May well, and three nearby dry holes drilled prior to 1964 .......... ........ ......... ... ........... 3 3 Undeveloped mainland and offshore lease holdings in Florida, 1963 ...................................... 5 4 Undeveloped acreage holdings in selected counties of South Florida, 1963 .................................. 8 5 Florida State Lease 1011, dated September 14, 1955 with a 10-year term ..................................... 10 6 Geophysical scout information on the Florida mainland, 1964 ................... ........... .................. 11 7 Monthly oil production from the Sunniland field, 1964 .... 12 8 Wells opened to deeper zones in the Sunniland field, with increasing field production, 1961-1964 inclusive ........ 14 9 Average price at the well head of Humble's Sunniland crude oil, 1959-1964, inclusive ....................... 15 10 Monthly oil production from the Sunoco-Felda field, with producing wells, 1964 ................................. 17 11 Components of the drill stem test intervals from which oil was recovered in two wells which were plugged and abandoned in the Felda area ............................. 21 vi

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FLORIDA PETROLEUM EXPLORATION, PRODUCTION, AND PROSPECTS, 1964 By Clarence Babcock EXPLORATION In 1964, five exploratory wells were drilled in Florida, as shown in figure 1. Four of these tests have been plugged and abandoned, and the fifth was the discovery well for the SunocoFelda field. A brief tabulation of these wells is presented in table 1. For comparison the exploratory footage drilled in the three preceeding years was 37,712 feet in 1963, 16,378 feet in 1962 and 87,737 feet in 1961. Well sheets on the tests listed in table 1 are provided in appendix 1. Though Cross Sections A-A' and B-B' (figs. 4 and 5) do not show any of the wells drilled in the' Felda area of Hendry County by the Sun Oil Company, these sections do include all of the deep wells in the Felda area completed prior to the drilling of the Sun wells. Also, appendix 2 is a summary of historic and economic aspects of Sun's activities in Florida disclosed by Mr. Tom F. Hill, Manager of the Southwest Production Division of the Sun Oil Company, during a press conference held on October 9, 1964, the date the discovery well for the new field was tested. A discussion of the three exploratory wells drilled in Santa Rosa County, listed in chronological order, follows: Santa Rosa County The Young Drilling Company, No. 1 Carlton-May well, located about one mile southeast of the town of Jay, was plugged and abandoned at a final depth of 6,580 feet. This well penetrated the Tuscaloosa (Atkinson) section of Upper Cretaceous Woodbine and Eagle Ford ages, which produces in the Pollard field, located in Escambia County, Alabama, about 8 miles northwest of the Carlton-May well. Petroleum accumulation in the Pollard field is controlled by closure against a northwest-southeast trending fault, d'ownthrown to the northeast. A paper by C. Victor Winter (1954, p. 121) showed that production is from the Upper Tuscaloosa Miller Sand

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2 FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY POLLARD FIELD Escambia County, Alabama Discovered: January, 1952 Cumulative production to January 1,1963 X868,614 barrels { Q --. -T -"V---p-.--310?, .l I.J" ^ .". : "'-_ CITRONELLE FIELD Mabile Counts Alabama _ .'-'-\ Discovered: October,1955 Completed during Cumulative production to 1964-all plugged 29"January 1,1963 and abandoned 33.403,021 bahrrels SUN NO.2 RED CATTLE CO. (Completed July 2Z 1964 S production tests began October 9,1964) 1 . DISCOVERY WELL FOR SUNOCO-FELDA FIELD 27 CHULO S " --LADE! SUNNILAND FIELD --BRDWAaRD Discovered: September 26,1943C CO"' L" 260Cumulative production to January 1,1965 DADE 8,348,697 barrels. 25FORTY-MILE BEND FIELD ^ ._ "'a'" Discovered: February 26,1954 Abandoned: September, 1955 24"Cumulative production: 32,888 barrels ,8° 7 86 85 8,4° 83 82' 81 a 20 4a 12a 160 MILES APPIOx0MATE SCALE Figure 1. Florida petroleum exploration and production, 1964. (Eagle Ford Age) on the downthrown side of the fault, and from the Lower Tuscaloosa Moye (Pilot) and massive sands (Woodbine Age) on the upthrown side. Depths to production range from 5,624 to 5,905 feet. The Pollard field was discovered in 1952 by the Humble Oil Company, and cumulative production to date is approximately 10 million barrels of 260 to 290 gravity oil.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO.49 3 Table 1. Exploratory wells drilled in Florida, 1964. Depth Well County (feet) Comment Young Drilling Co. Santa Rosa 6,580 P and A No. 1 Carlton-May Kirby and Sun Oil Santa Rosa 6,524 P and A Co. No. 1 Jay Unit Young Drilling Co. Santa Rosa 6,539 P and A No. 1 Golden Sun Oil Co. No. 1 Hendry 12,680 P and A Red Cattle Co. Sun Oil Co. No. 2 Hend-y 11,485 Discovery well for the Red Cattle Co. Sunoco-Felda field. Discussed under "Production" Total footage, 1964 43,808 Structural information on the Young Drilling Company, No. 1 Carlton-May well, and on three nearby dry holes drilled in previous y0ars in Santa Rosa County, is presented in table 2. Table 2. Structural information on the Young Drilling Company, No. 1 Carlton-May well, and three nearby dry holes drilled prior to 1964. Well (and distance Datum, top Thickness, Eutaw from the No. 1 of Moye Sand Sand-Moye Sand Carlton-May test) (feet\ (feet) Young Drilling Co. -6,008 1,02b No. 1 Carlton-A.iy Gulf Refining Co. No. 1 -6,053 1,070 Bray (1.5 miles to NW) Sunniland Contracting Co. -6,380 1,158 No. 1 Nicolas (2.3 miles to E) Sunniland Contracting Co. -6,108 1,073 No. 1 Nowling (1.4 miles to SE)

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4 FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY The Young Drilling Company, No. 1 Carlton-May well is structurally higher than nearby dry holes, on the Moye Sand, by amounts ranging from 45 to 372 feet. Also, the interval in this well between the top of the Eutaw Sand and the top of the Moye Sand is from 45 to 133 feet thinner than it is in nearby wells. The generally north dip between the Carlton-May well and the Bray well (see table 2) is anomalous, since the regional dip is to the south. The relatively high Carlton-May well found the Tuscaloosa sands to be well-developed, though carrying salt water. The Kirby and Sun Oil Company, No. 1 Jay Unit well, the second Tuscaloosa test drilled in Santa Rosa County in 1964, was located about 1.6 miles west southwest of the Carlton-May test. It was drilled to a final depth of 6,524 feet by the George H. Jett Drilling Company. On the top of the Moye Sand, this test was 16 feet higher than was the Carlton-May well. Other than this slight difference in structural elevation, there appears to be little difference between the Tuscaloosa sections of the two wells. No shows were reported from 11 sidewall core recoveries taken from the Jay Unit well. The Young Drilling Company, No. 1 Golden well, the third and last Tuscaloosa test drilled in Santa Rosa County in 1964, was located about one-half mile south of the Carlton-May well. The Golden well was 115 feet higher in structural elevation on top of the Moye Sand, than was the Carlton-May test, thus continuing the anomalous north dip indicated'by other wells in this area. The electrical log showed that the Tuscaloosa sands in the Golden well are well developed, but carry salt water. The contractor for this test, which was plugged and abandoned at a final depth of 6,539 feet, was the George H. Jett Drilling Company. LAND The latest summary of undeveloped lease holdings in Florida, available to the Division of Geology, pertains to 1963, and is from the International Oil and Gas Development Year Book (Review of 1963), Part 1, page 60. This source, recapitulated below in table 3, reveals that on December 31, 1963, eleven companies held undeveloped mainland and offshore leases on 5,543,980 acres in the State. The mainland acreage was held in 22 of Florida's 67 counties.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 49 5 Mainland DADE COUNTY On October 6, 1964, Mr. Wendell L. Roberts assigned his 10-year oil and gas lease on 24,830 acres of land in the Forty Mile Bend area of northwestern Dade County to Mr. Barnett Serio, of Natchez, Mississippi. The mineral rights on this acreage are owned by the Trustees of the Internal Improvement Fund, by the State Board of Education, and by Malcolm Wisehart. A description of the acreage leased from the two State agencies follows: Table 3. Undeveloped Mainland and Offshore lease holdings in Florida, 1963. Lease holdings (acres) Company Mainland Offshore Total Californis 18,730 489,000 Coastal 666,636 3,910,460 Gulf 153,900 Humble 7,023 Phillips 36,826 Shell 3,609 Sinclair 497 Socony Mobil 42,244 Sun 15,264 Texaco 188,615 Union Producing 11.176 1,144,520 4,399,460 5,543,980 Leased from the Florida State Trustees Oil Internal Improvement Fund (full interest) Acres Township 53 South, Range 36 East Sections 19, 20, 21, 22, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33 and 34 7,680 Township 54 South, Range 35 East Sections 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 17, and that part of Sections 20, 21, 22, 23 and 24 lying north of Everglades National Park 9,110 Township 54 South, Range 36 East Sections 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 15, 17, 18, and that part of Sections 19, 20, 21, and 22 lying north of Everglades National Park 7,160

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6 FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY Township 54 South, Range 36 East (reserved % interest) W % of Section 16 240 Leased from the Florida State Board of Education (reserved % interest) Township 54 South, Range 36 East Section 16 320 Township 54 South, Range 35 East Section 16 320. All of the 24,830 acres consist of unsurveyed lands and is subject to public easements (roads, levees, etc.). The reserved interest on one-half of the mineral rights in Section 16, Township 54 South, Range 35 East were leased from Malcolm Wisehart. Drilling commenced on the Wisehart lease on or before March 24, 1965, would satisfy the 18-month committment on this lease as well as on the wholly-owned State acreage. The assignment of the lease to Mr. Serio perniits him to drill a well anywhere upon the lease, and if this well is started by March, 1965, to earn control over 160 acres. Full control of the lease can be earned by drilling a second well within a period of 15 months after completion of the first well. Subsequent to the above assignment, notification was received from Dade County of regulations involving the drilling of oil and gas wells within its jurisdiction. In view of this, the Trustees of the Internal Improvement Fund and the State Board of Education, on December 22, 1964, granted an extension for the drilling of the first well beyond the March, 1965, date specified. This extension is for a period of 120 days after the time all of the drilling permits have been received. On January 15, 1965, at a county zoning hearing in Miami, the operator was granted a variance from the zoning regulations. However, permission or approval to drill this well still must be obtained from three additional agencies, which are: (1) The Central and South Florida Flood Control District, (2) The Corps of Engineers, and (3) the Florida Board of Conservation.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 49 7 GENERAL VIEW OF THE SUBSURFACE GEOLOGY OF NORTHWESTERN DADE COUNTY The Forty Mile Bend area is underlain by a biostrome which characterizes the Sunniland pay zone. One of the abandoned producers in the field, the Gulf Oil Corporation et al, No. 1 State Lease 340 well, contained 3 feet of well-developed biostrome from 11,344 to 11,347 feet. This well produced a cumulative total of 18,146 barrels of 200 gravity oil prior to its abandonment in in September, 1955, because of mechanical difficulties. A well located 2/2 miles to the northwest, the Commonwealth Oil Company, -et al, No. 1 State Lease 1055 test, contained 46 feet of well-developed biostrome from 11,404 to 11,450 feet of depth. A drill stem test of this interval, however, yielded 150 barrels of salt water in 30 minutes. The second of the two Forty Mile Bend field abandoned producing wells, the Commonwealth Oil Company, et al, No. 1 Wisehart-State test, produced 14,742 barrels of 210 gravity oil from a non-reefoid section consisting of 5 feet of dolomite. This well was abandoned in July, 1955. Northwestern Dade County is known to be underlain by geophysical anomalies. THE PROPOSED SERIO WELL SITE The proposed Serio well site is between the Commonwealth Oil Company et al, No. 1 Wisehart-State well (located 3,600 feet to the southwest), and the Commonwealth Oil Company et al, No. 1 State Lease 1055 test (located 7,700 feet to the northeast). The Wisehart-State well was 67 feet higher in structural elevation than was the State Lease 1055 test. The Wisehart-State well contained promising oil shows in both the upper and lower Sunniland sections, neither of which was reefoid. This became the discovery well for the Forty Mile Bend field on the basis of production from 5 feet of dolomite in the upper Sunniland section. In the down-dip State Lease 1055 test the upper Sunniland section consisted of 46 feet of biostromal rock, flooded with salt water. The proposed Serio well will test the inferred updip pinchout of the upper Sunniland reefoid section which is present in the No. 1 State Lease 1055 dry hole, but absent in the updip WisehartState abandoned producer.

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8 FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY THE FELDA AREA AND ADJOINING PARTS OF SOUTH FLORIDA As a result of the 1964 Sun Discovery, the major interest in Florida at the present time is in the Felda area of Hendry and Collier counties. Table 4, recapitulated from the International Oil and Gas Development Year Book (Review of 1963), Part 1, page 60, shows the summary of undeveloped lease holdings in selected counties of south Florida in 1963. Interest in this area was apparently concentrated in Hendry County even before the Sun discovery. Table 4. Undeveloped acreage holdings in selected counties of South Florida, 1963. County Company Charlotte Collier Dade Hendry Lee Gulf 3,600 Phillips 36,826 Shell 543 10,240 Sinclair 43,943 568 Sun 691 1,140 20,201 3,838 The predominance of interest in Hendry County appears to have been caused mainly by favorable though non-commercial drill stem tests of the Sunniland "pay" zone in two wells drilled in 1954 and 1959, which were, respectively: (1) Commonwealth Oil Company, No. 3 Red Cattle Company and (2) Commonwealth Oil Company and Gulf Coast Drilling and Exploration Company No. 1 Red Cattle Company. These wells are shown on Cross Sections A-A' and B-B' (figs. 4 and 5). Leasing became active in the Felda area shortly after the Sun Oil Company obtained a promising oil recovery from a drill stem test of the Sunniland oil zone in their No. 1 Red Cattle Company well, which was plugged between June 17 and November 6, 1964. The Sun, No. 2 Red Cattle Company test, which commenced drilling on June 25, 1964, proved to be the discovery well for the Sunoco-Felda field. Information on the leasing activities by companies which sent lease men into the Felda area, and other parts of south Florida, since the favorable drill stem test recovery in the Sun, No. 1 Red Cattle Company well can be summarized as follows:

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 49 9 Lease Activity By Sun By October 9, 1964, the date its No. 2 Red Cattle Company discovery well was opened to production, Sun had increased its leases in the Felda area to 108,516 acres from the approximately 20,000 acres held when they commenced drilling here. Sun also leased, in the latter part of 1964, the mineral rights on two leases totaling 10,581.6 acres east of Estero, in Lee County, from Alico Land and Development Company of La Belle for $1.00 an acre per year. One of these leases covers 5,435.8 acres, and the other covers 5,145.8 acres. The leases give Sun the rights to oil, gas, sulphur and salt, and to any minerals found more than 150 feet below the surface. Alico reserves the right to mine any sedimentary minerals such as sand, clay, limestone, marl or phosphate found within 150 feet of the surface, providing the mining operations can be carried on without interferring with drilling by Sun. In addition, Sun leased one-half interest in 3,240 acres of State land in the Felda area of Hendry and Collier counties. A total of 3,200 acres of this land is owned by the State Board of Education and consists of five sections, located in Townships 45 and 46 South and Ranges 28, 29 and 30 East. The remaining 40 acres is owned by the Internal Improvement Fund. All of this State acreage is distributed around a perimeter about 1 to 5 miles distant from production found to date in the field. Details on this leasing are presented in appendix 3. Lease Activity By Humble In the latter part of 1964, Humble acquired leases on about 100,000 acres of the Consolidated Naval Stores land in Lee County. Lease Activity By The Alvin S. Moody-J. L. (Pat) McCord Group This group holds an option on the oil and gas rights to 770 acres located within 2% miles south of the discovery well for the Sunoco-Felda field.

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10 FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY Offshore On September 11, 1964, the California Company relinquished Tract 1 of Florida State Lease 1011 by non-payment of rentals. The company also relinquished the Federal blocks which overlapped into the south part of Tract 1. In 1963, Tract 2 of Florida State Lease 1011 was relinquished, also by non-payment of rentals. Data on State Lease 1011 is presented in table 5. Table 5. Florida State Lease 1011, dated September 14, 1965, with a 10-year term. Calco's Bid Rental, Tract Acreage Bonus first year Date released 1 489,000 $24,450 September 11, 1964 2 245,760 12,288 September 10, 1963 734,760 $1,069,262 $36,738 GEOPHYSICS Florida Mainland A tabulation of available scout information on geophysics on the Florida mainland in 1964 is, presented in table 6, which shows that approximately 34 1/3 crew weeks of seismic work was done in 1964, mostly in south Florida. Florida Offshore There was more geophysical activity offshore from the coasts of Florida in 1964 than in any previous year. Permitted geophysical activity for 1963 and 1964 is presented in appendix 4, which shows that geophysical work has been scheduled to cover almost the entire offshore west coast of Florida, ranging out. to water depths of 600 feet. RULES AND REGULATIONS 1. A statement of policy outlining regulations to be observed in performing offshore geological and/or geophysical work has

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Table 6. Geophysical Scout Information on the Florida Mainland, 1964 Type Period Company County Survey of work Weeks Crew Area The California Co. Escambia Reflection 1/3 Chevron T5N, R30, 31, 32 W T6N, R30, 31 W MHumble Oil & Refining Co. Collier Reflection Moved in 7 Own T485, R28, 29 E Nov. 1, 1964 Lee Reflection 1 Own T46S, R26E Pan American SPetroleum Corp. Charlotte Reflection 2 Western Charlotte Harbor Geophysical (water) Company Lee Reflection 2 same same Phillips Petroleum Co. IDa'de Reflection Moved in Own Ran 1 line in the Nov. 5, 1964 Forty Mile Bend area-Moved out 3 also some activity in T44, 45, 46S, R31E Hendry Reflection Dec. 1', 1964 Shell Oil Co. Charlotte Reflection 1 Own Charlotte Harbor (water) Lee Reflection 1 Own same Socordy-Mobile Monroe Reflection 9 Own Florida'Keys Texaco Santa Rosa Reflection Were working 8 OGophysical T3N, R28W Nov. , 1964 Service, Inc. T45N, R26, 27, 28, 29W

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12 FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY been prepared by the State Board of Conservation. This has been included in the present report as appendix 5. 2. On December 15, 1964, the State Board of Conservation, following a public hearing pursuant to an application made by the Sun Oil Company, issued Order No. 1, appendix 6, providing, temporarily, for 160-acre spacing for oil wells. This spacing provision is not final but is subject to review within a period of 12 months. The guide lines followed by the State in formulating Order No. 1 were: (1) to more effectively conserve its oil and gas resources, (2) to protect correlative rights, and (3) to encourage further development. SUNNILAND FIELD Production Monthly oil production from the Sunniland Field in 1964 is shown in table 7. A well location map of the field is provided in figure 2. The field is operated by the Humble Oil and Refining Company. Table 7. Monthly Oil Production From the Sunniland Field, 1964. Month Barrels January 38,270 February 34,807 March 36,285 April 33,785 May 41,116 June 46,911 July 56,766 August 56,872 September 53,552 October 64,174 November 68,849 December 69,299 Total 600,686 The cumulative production of the field since its discovery in 1943 to December 31, 1964, is 8,848,697 barrels of oil.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 49 13 R 29 E R 30 E 11 -12 7 8 9 .11,665_\\,6S -1'6 5 -15'-1 14 L.T.C.L.Co.-G.C.R.Co . CB IjZ7 'J N 7---'* 161 ,7 ILo..,.. .,I' -.B -7" S -1' 556 B-5 0-1166,. -' .1 GC-ICoo p I-i j7-,3 5 /p 5e,523 2 '6 C11 50 R .2 "1 5 .. -.-.. 5' -1 " ' 41 S53, --1 _52 \-i i / ^ " ^ -"' ^ ~~~~l ^. ^ '-11 l,-s_. -1-^"1 510 .. S -11,5055 i ... .z.i 8 574 -II 548 G. .R.Corp. 2 -CRCorp 211,558 35 36 * 31 -11574 -2 548 32 33 Gulf Coast Reollies Corp. Lee Tidewater Cypress Lumber Co SPRODUCING WELL NEW PRODUCING WELL (completed 1964) NEW PRODUCING WELL -DRY HOLE (completed 1962) OLD PRODUCING WELL, DEEPENED ABANDONED WELL (recompleted 1963) Figure 2. Sunniland field well location map, showing chronological sequence by years of wells opened to deeper productive zones beginning in 1962. In the last month of 1964 the Sunniland field produced about 2,250 BOPD (barrels of oil per day) from 15 pumping wells. This more than doubles the average daily yield from the field in 1961, and. reflects the. opening to production, beginning in 1962, of new and better zones less than 50 feet below those from which production previously was obtained.

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14 FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY The steady increase in yearly production from the Sunniland field, 1961-1964 inclusive, with wells opened to deeper zones which caused this increase, is shown in table 8. The locations of the wells opened to the deeper zones, with the chronological sequence of the well completions, is shown in figure 2. Table 8. Wells opened to deeper zone in the Sunniland Field, with increasing field production, 1961-1964 inclusive. Field Date of the "First Production Report" Production Year on wells producing from the deeper zones (barrels) 1961 374,240 1962 Oct. 19, 1962: No. 18,G.C.R.C.1(new well) 414,673 Dec. 19, 1962: No. B-5 L.T.C.L.C.2 (new well) 1963 Jan. 15,1963: Nco. 5 G.C.R.C. (deepened) 463,642 Feb. 5,1963: No. 10 G.C.R.C. (deepened) 1964 May 19,1964: No. 19 G.C.R.C. (new well) 600,686 Oct. 8,1964: No. 21 G.C.R.C. (new well) Nov. 4,1964: No. 22 G.C.R.C. (new well) 1. G.C.R.C. is the abbreviation for Gulf Coast Realties Corporation 2. L.T.C.L.C. is the abbreviation for Lee Tidewater Cypress Lumber Company In addition to completing three new producing wells in 1964 (table 8 and fig. 2), the operator recompleted the No. 18 Gulf Coast Realties Corporation well, which was originally completed in 1962 through perforations in the "D" zone at 11,585-11,589 feet as a producer of 198.5 BOPD and about 20 barrels of water per day. Upon recompletion in 1964 the "D" zone was cemented off and perforations were opened in an upper zone at 11,559-11,567 feet. In a test conducted June 30, 1964, this zone produced 495 BOPD and 21 barrels of water. However, during the month of October, 1964, the production from the upper zone averaged 282 BOPD and 145 barrels of water. The well sheets of appendix 1 provide further information on 1964 operations in the Sunniland field, including the drilling of

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 49 15 the No. 20 Gulf Coast Realties Corporation test, the only dry hole for the field during the year. The Sunniland crude oil is black and medium in weight (19260 A.P.I. gravity). It is associated with little gas (gas-oil ratios are about 100 to 1). This crude oil is suitable principally for fuel products. Price Of The Crude Oil At The Well Head In 1964, Humble's Sunniland crude oil sold for an average price of $2.0087 per barrel at the well head. Corresponding figures for the last 6 years are shown in table 9. Table 9. Average price at the well head of Humble's Sunniland crude oil, 1959-1964, inclusive. Year Price 1959 $2.75 to $2.85 1960 -2.38 1961 2.3921 1962 2.0938 1963 1.9880 1964 2.0087 The State of Florida receives a 5 percent severance tax on the gross value of the oil at the well head (Florida Statutes Chapter 211.02, instituted in 1945 and revised in 1947). Distribution In 1964, as in previous years, Humble's Sunniland crude oil was trucked from the field to Port Everglades just south of Fort Lauderdale, from which tankers transported it to the refinery at Bay Way, New Jersey. The Sunniland Pipe Line Company will complete a 4-inch pipe line from the Sunniland field to the Belcher Oil Company Terminal at Port Everglades in the near future; and effective March 1,1964,

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16 FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY this company is authorized to transport Humble's crude oil through its line. It is also understood that construction of a 6-inch line is being considered, to permit the company to handle oil from both the Sunniland and Sunoco-Felda Fields. SUNOCO-FELDA FIELD A well location and land map of the Sunoco-Felda field is provided in figure 3. This map has been brought up-to-date by revisions to December 1, 1965. Production from this field began when the Sun Oil Company No. 2, Red Cattle Company discovery well flowed 111 BOPD from the open hole at 11,472-11,485 feet on the official production test. The interval from which this production was obtained has been designated the Roberts pool (zone) in State Board of Conservation Order No. 1, which used the Sun Oil Company, No. 1 Red Cattle Company well, a small producer, to indicate the zone. Data on this well, including the cores and the electrical log, are indexed as No. W-6644 in the files of the Florida Geological Survey in Tallahassee. In the Commonwealth Oil Company, No. 3 Red Cattle Company well, shown in figure 4, which was plugged and abandoned despite a favorable drill stem test recovery from the zone, and which is located 2 miles northeast of present production in the field, the Roberts zone is 17 feet thick. It was reached at a depth of 11,483 feet, which occurs 67 feet below the top of the Sunniland Limestone as defined by Paul L. Applin (1960, B 209); and it immediately underlies a vertical permeability barrier consisting of about 6 feet of hard to medium hard calcilutite (fine grained limestone). The lower limit of the zone is picked at 11,500 feet, which is the top of a relatively impermeable and resistive rock, and which in this well appears to occur at the approximate oil-water contact. The lithology of the Roberts zone in the Felda area is calcarenite (medium grained limestone) which is brown, soft, porous, miliolitic and partially dolomitized with incipient crystallization; cores of this section in the Sunoco-Felda field are saturated with heavy brown oil. It appears that the Roberts zone of the Sunoco-Felda field is correlative With the lowest productive interval in the Sunniland field, referred to as the "D" zone by the Humble Oil and Refining Company.

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31 32 ( ) 33 34 3S H6 UMBiE 4 S1 Consolidatesd 9 10 II 12 7 Conlolldo led Financlol 17 16 is 15 CO 14 z 45 COMMONWEALTH LtooTidewater S and GULF COAST Cypresl eI ndE, 50/11,646 51/11,554 23 Rd Coltl 19 20 R 21 22N 23 24 SUN SUN SUN C a RedCattle SUN Sunoco-F ald Sunoco-Feld FELDASmall Tracl .O Fhuta SSUN .eg a r SUN-Cori SCOMMONWEALTH "n RedCalIe W, ol SUN J UN Su1no-F l 26 25 SUN 30 Cattle d Cattle 29 28 S UN26 RedCatl a30-4t SCl1UN SUN SCal 3 0-4 *29"3 29iunco-Feldo Sunoca-Felda Suna o-F lda S303 54/11,491 i 11, 02 4 52/11,575 Red. u -F f w call nceRedltdle(n n co-PDI S o 3 2 -2 ° cIw 3'-, -4 I | 53/1,494 5/31 1 n aa c ? .33-1 53/11,483 32 SUN SUN 35 31 UN Rd l cFe 34 lr -, UNK ABAnoo-DOE SUN 35U3CLttLe NUB33-3 S.....do S"54/11,487 3-4 52/492 H E N D R Y --SUN SUN --"' --herCc ThfiColllerCo, SUN .. _ Tý lll2rCcI C 0 L L I E R .1 e42 -" r.l alCo ./11,681 S /4550 54/11,495 All'o Lan D... ' .3 SU . LEGEND 2lc 7 Alodo y o LOCATION 12.c. -... 0T T LOCATION P PRODUCER T l JUNKED and ABANDONED S_____i__.: ----0""11--?-fDRY and ABANDONED 46 COMPANY NAME W WELL NUMBER-Fee Name S SUN D'ERRICK FLOOR ELEV,/ TOTAL DEPTH F.W.NarklJr 4 18 -SUN " J/ M,PMIIIor e SuNo o l SUNl w lBorron Con llien r Va , pe b r-ol, REVISIONS C..P l.n -Ian aI DATE | REVISIONS BY --UN IS N ---1 SUNOCO-FELDA FIELD AditonlWelll D.J SallPakn slshool HENDRYand COLLIER COUNTIES AUG.6 5 Additlonal Well 19 2) FLORIDA NOV. 1'61--,; 75 Dj , WELL LOCATION AND LAND MAP S. BarronClllr tol, Bare llii---r -i STATE BOARD OF CONSERVATION ' -DIVISION OF GEOLOGY ....PREPARED MAY 1965 1 0 2 4 6 THOUSANDS ' APPROX. SCALE-FEET Figure 3, Sunooo-Felda field well looation and land map, September 1, 1966.

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CEONMUWEALTi and GULF COAST BMIllU and EXPLORATION CO. COMMONWEALTH HUMBLE OIL and REFINING CO. 1 Red Cattle Company 3 Red Cattle Company B-1 Collier Corporation EeratieI 50 Feet T..11,646 Feet Elevation 50 Feet,T.0.11,668 Feet Elevation 40 Felt T..1194 eel S -1.5 Miles D-.-._*20.5 Miles ^ --tlD111111 1-AMDatum-11,100 F---D-L ST 11.446-483; Ax cks.lmmed. weak, -o in 25 minutes strong blow. Tubing pressure DST 1,435-492,T xs cks.siLblow T--'--I dOpen I hour and 30 minutes. S.I. 20 min. in I min. Tubing pressure 1In I hour -\ Rec.2300'of salt water cut mud(69,000 ppmCL) F I_ sli. blow 2 hours and 30 minutes from 90'of mud cut with oil and salt water. 5ft. of start. Open 7hours and 30 minutes. heavy oil.l HMP6,785 IBHFP FBHFP S.I.2hours. Rec.1,090ft.of 20eoil, 1.93 P 6,8 FHMP 6.85 350 f.of brackish wter,9,060ft.of DST1,47-52 Open 50 hours. Z_-LF::n:: sal water. I SI5 ,12e, B P I 35 Rec.6,751ft.of saltwater. No oil i^ DST 11,549-585 Open7hours and ^-' 1 " 40 minutes,sli. blow. Rec. 10,205ft. ; : s SUNNL D LIMESTONNI WArEr IE VER 00 YBi PERMEABIUTY BARRIER -.--" ROBERTS ZONE tLiin. s nr CORE EXPLANATION I _ "ca-^ ....... »Co L FtticD,,n II. FIELD LAMESTONE Ai.NHYDRITE ' 5-l4 | -i 3 54»5 C erL U r;.U olrtCalcarenirte Cslcilutit F r .ed arse rkItr s iModerately soft -t SCatt llr. U cassLl InStire 32212 I Sll T COllier .C -___ I 44n "dus54 '-. I o DOLOMITE COMPOSITE LITHOLOGY IISoft Limy »hale LEE CO. Hard Shaly dolomite COLLIER C 11 I r7 1013i Ei .,2'OTHER SYMBOLS C1 5 0 i5 10Miles 1 1 o p B lia,P aI5 L.,1960, B209 | _ -r..i _ i 0C141or I .Porou .Oil show Drill t lmt.t AppliIPagl L.aidApplii,Estler rR.,1965,p.39 Figure 4. Felda area strike section A-A'. sun P: --X.-`-~ýn M Very soft-~~rI=ni---._--_-i_

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HUMBLE OIL and REFINING CO. COMMONWEALTH and GULF COAST HUMBLE OIL and REFNIN CO. 1 Consolidated Naval Stores DRILLING and EXPLORATION CO. 1 Consolidated Naval Stores-Hole 2 Lee Conty 1 Red Cattle Company Hendry County SElevation 44Feet,D.F. T.D.11,898 Elevation 50 Feet T.D.11,646Feet Elevation 46 FeetDF. T.D.11,595 F 4 + ---10.5 Miles 3.75 Miles "__________-__ -DSTII,446-483,j'x cks.lmmediaoeweakblow, --~ ; i -'_ _______ *-_ --_ .'_"= -in25 minutesstrongblow. tubingpressre e 0 o D STi i,44-426*x ck. S.,, haur Rec i / !, ' _ SI i -' t~ -DSTII,568-610;I'x cks.Open6hours. | cuwithoilae saltw a0,5'ofheavyoil BHFP 525'o SIP 5,165,7OO.ofst--__--I --'^~ -Z^ -^S ^^ == = -ZZ-3 L: Rec.lO,400'ofsaltwater(l60,000ppm)J IHMP6,78S IBHFPOFBHFP1,93O, +-' I' ' l! T SDST 11,704-719; I "xcks .Weakblow' --' -_ _-5 68---I c t s O e o s i i a l r 5 fhIh o u r .R e c .7 2 0 ' o f m u d , s l i .o i l a n d g o s c u t , !-= -30'of salt wMter(18.000ppm).IBHFP -ST FBHFP 4181SIP2 09 -i s,, 970u-SW DOTR E29 E R 30 E LLR 31 E , ! , ,^ -_o. 1,.,t. -C-OR -E EXPL ANATION _,garl ~ i U :D~~"1^06^ -^836 *'* cans. one s-niscenEw i TONE ANHwYDRITE in-, ue ,see s tr blow, iSUHNOCO-FELDA FIELD I .S .o lcilutit ry soft -W sal wae c smuud -900-Fatda Moderately s ? 1 ltwoft lDS u4T 116 60 1 Oe n. Hard5 2130 of gas. IBHFP 50Z FBHFP95, | 55Tl.lnal St.0 32 126 5 1 « e SHtalllKCl. BC » --eltn-^ L eIRcitussis B I DOLOMITE COMPOSITE LITHOLOGY CI ELER CO Hard Shaly dolomite SCOLER -co9 -,, OTHER SYMBOLS 4511137 HoR aB.2 , -1 A plia,?saiL aSO.B209 -15 1 s cr , 4rp. u|Oil how1 Drill emtt B jlii.,a s! L and Appli.Esther L.,1965,p.39 I '---Po usOlh-Drl-s-tt Figure 5. Felda area dip section B-B'. ~CB~iiarl 398.121 c O 10 r·0~~`rPII r7 0~II y~. l~i~r. poos Olso rl h u E1Cin.nlDS Rr.fh 1~95.3 0 Se5 Flaaeadpscto -'

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SIS E R IT E + R I8 E + R 19 E -R 20 E + R 21 E R 22 E -23 E R 24 E -R 25 E -R 26 E + R 27E 28 E A O TREND. OF SHALL OW A| OA A C STRUCTURAL HIGHS Y e N N oI 6 R-EE U :-FiEe 7 8 9 ,10 12I 19 20 21 22 23 24 ",1 0 NO 30 29 28 27 26 25 31 3 33 34 35 36 T 7 o SECTIONIZED TOWNSHIP 1\ .,/ I-Z EXPLANATION RTH T O ',eii location with samples only A W'e! !oc ation with mechanical log only C X t ·, Wli Ication with samples and mechanical log E O N_ TY T Figur 7 of this report -HA m o o t S oT.TE i #o Tap S t Contour interval 25 feet A W -Elevations below mean sea levely k ST_. E EOARD of CONSERVATION 1Shgprepared nby s950)see ,ORT --DEVIS[ON of GEOLOGY Taliahasse .Florida R ,I IPPDIX.SCALE . .500 --' .L E E 500^^ ,t S E BOA R 17 E f R IS E R 19 E + R 20 E R 21 E R 22 E -R 23 E -R 24 E R 25 E R 26 E R 27 E R E Figure 6. Structure map on top of the St. Marks Formation of the Tampa Stage. Figure 6. Structure map on top of the St. Marks Formation of the Tampa Stage.-

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1wil lAll 10' h I f OrhM0 -O9 .i g I I .... iV. U i-O E.t ..... l ir i.-.:...* :I" --%Willy 111-Z11100 IIIISu "MM'"N " ,0 full.,° rs 5 ., 0, I f' Lau ms, , ' M''N TlH' 1 (-SUI 0 ...W I... I 1i l , M ale __APO -3 i.,1 I -0 0 Ul O -NOT~I II, nI, o Irul lk. lolon aod Ih oppornl ilruoluiol rllll --14,000 IndlcalId In Ihll cro.Crlollon Il due prlmrly Io Ihlilalcl, S. dlscuulon on pipg 21-25 of Ihul nport, " HonNIll•1LI.1 -10,0a00t ?, ?IiUCKNl t? -1g11 IDUOmIX 1,1 f LOU N IE1s?1 NORTH o O SOUTH N. ASTO S.WEST 4,0 _______ I I__,SSA LEVEl00 FEE 34,000 ,010 SEA LEVEL LISS 2000 FEET II 0 i _ 000 01 O ,116 ;Nl" ,Io A<-B ., , --e o "? -BUTT +IC TO1 9-204 0.T , ~HO8 4,006 0' is W A 22' , 02 1963 ijo , o 8, o ,00. 1# 0pU0. C0 IND eN ", o.r5 0.4 U .E\ "AT ON> 0 4A O C •'0 000 DIABASE S MLS E D .2,,1, 0, OR DIKES IN 40 , 01 "CLASTIC ROCKA S .PD0\ 08AN d s 224S' OP TRIASPIC 1330 A »,.70 |PAU3LL.APLIN,I15), .06107 1(,00012000 *?IteOo0^A Imp2t001 0 .'.l, T..-"ll ... 1. .. .. ........... CO ,P.ond ....7 ,II .... ......oP'EL'SOL SCIH I DK I SANOL\IND SCom ld96 .D11, ' 'Flirone.B. ,3Od'p ..e ot'd.reorollloM ' l ..Sr ...e. A-"..A. .---n'--'-n 'n " ... 'b~lw..nlOl597-86 9 PM 3\ SOnlnl~ldlolprdullonlo I I VComplod 1960 W T / pumped 130 LO.9D, J " D.12,523' 0 A UML IS SANTA ROSA PAN AMERICAN NuMUM L ., r. N.1,Su',ISy , -leS.?.TSSRSlE N BSIRegiPapmiCo " " «.. Co... mpiited 19i8 A E _RCompld193 ECAMII S T2N,329W , ..... T.D1,948'. ..... "A.. SDEW. o6 TD,13,008' Cop0d 1962 ' 1 .,' 464 R S --IGULF COST-DRILLo '' ) 4,;,' wc1.0 i 17.. ._ Ivo Comp-leled 1959 Fiure 9 Mesooio tutue oos eotions' A, B nd , nd index mp, APPROX. SCALE V CD.M,708N 4AE .0' „. * Cemp.lld 1961 r Figure 9. MesozoIo struoture arose seotioni A-A', B-B' and 00, and index map.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 49 17 More complete information on the official production test of the Sun, No. 2 Red Cattle Company discovery well for the SunocoFelda field is: Open-hole interval: 11,472-11,485 feet Rate of flowing production: 111 BOPD Choke size: 20/64-inch Tubing pressure: 30 p.s.i. Casing pressure: 340 p.s.i. B.S. and W: 3% Gravity 24.50 A.P.I. Viscosity: 93 at 100oF Sulphur 3.42% Salt: 3,048 pounds per 1000 barrels On November 23, 1964, the discovery well pumped, through a 28/64-inch choke, 427 BOPD, with 11 barrels of B.S. and W. Additional information on this well is presented in the well sheets (app. 1). As of the end of the year, drilling was completed on the confirmation test, the Sun Oil Company, No. 1-A, The Collier Company well (fig. 3, and the well sheets of app. 1). On a production test conducted February 2, 1965, this well pumped from the open hole at 11,488-11,495 feet, with no choke, 127 BOPD with 226 barrels of water. The yield of the Sunoco-Felda field in 1964, by months, with the wells which contributed to this production, is shown on table 10. Table 10. Monthly oil production from the Sunoco-Felda field, with producing wells, 1964. Month -Barrels Sun wells yielding this production October 2,202 No. 2 Red Cattle Co., (discovery well) November 7,322 No. 2 Red Cattle Co. December 9,698 No. 2 Red Cattle Co. No. 1-A The Collier Co. 19,222 The price paid at the wellhead for Sun's Sunniland crude oil to date is $1.94 per barrel. This oil is trucked to Port Everglades.

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18 FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY Discussion of Geologic Cross Sections and Maps FELDA AREA CROSS SECTIONS The lithology shown on cross sections A-A' and B-B', figures 4 and 5, was described from 1-foot cores. The lithologic symbols used in the sections were designed to facilitate correlation with the electrical log. Thus, the wider the lithology symbol, the harder the rock. This is an aid to correlating the resistivity curve for a given well with samples or cores in that well. Where wells are sufficiently close together, also, this procedure is useful in correlating the lithology of one well with that of another. Calcarenite (medium grained limestone) and calcilutite (fine grained limestone) are defined at length in appendix 7. Both of these rock types are represented by standard limestone symbols (blocks), but for calcarenite the symbol is slightly larger, to indicate the larger size of the constituent particles. Generally, on the wells depicted in the sections, there is an increase in the Spontaneous Potential opposite calcarenite, suggesting that the relatively large grain size of this rock makes it more permeable than calcilutite. Some facts that are revealed by the cross sections A-A' and B-B', with comments, are as follows: 1The vertical permeability barrier overlying the Roberts zone which produces in the Sunoco-Felda field consists of hard to moderately-hard calcilutite and shaly calcilutite about 6 to 10 feet thick. The cap rock overlying the upper producing interval in the Sunniland field, on the other hand, is an anhydrite ranging from 30 to 40 feet in thickness. Drill stem test recoveries reveal that in the Felda area the vertical permeability barrier is overlain by salt water and underlain by oil. It is possible that some of the non-productive wells in the Sunoco-Felda area are located where this vertical permeability barrier has been inadequate to prevent the upward escape of oil accumulation. Possibly indicating such escape is the oil staining found in the permeability barrier of two wells shown on cross A-A'. These tests are the Commonwealth Oil Company, No. 3 Red Cattle Company well, and the Commonwealth and Gulf Coast Drilling and Exploration Company, No. 1 Red Cattle Company

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 49 19 well. In the Sunniland field, however, even thinner hard limestone layers 3 -to 5 feet in thickness are sufficient to separate the oil in reservoirs A,B,C and D. 2. The reservoir rock of the Roberts zone (defined in this report under "Production, Sunoco-Felda field") ranges from 12 to 23 feet in thickness in the wells of the cross sections. Of the wells shown, the one which is nearest to production in the Sunoco-Felda field is the Commonwealth Oil Company, No. 3 Red Cattle Company test, located 2% miles northwest of the Sun Oil Company, No. 2 Red Cattle Company discovery well. The drill stem test recovery from the Roberts zone in this Commonwealth well (1,090 feet of oil in 7% hours) was the most favorable of any taken in the wells depicted in the cross sections. The core of the interval tested reveals that in this well the zone consists of calcarenite which is brown, soft, porous, miliolitic and partially dolomitized with incipient crystallization; the core is saturated with heavy brown oil. Strike section A-A' shows that 1% miles northwest of the Commonwealth Oil Company well the calcarenite of the Roberts zone becomes slightly harder, though it is still porous. The zone was oil saturated, but oil recovery from the drill stem test was low (5 feet of oil in 1% hours). About 20% miles to the southeast the calcarenite of this zone is soft and porous as it is in the Commonwealth Oil Company. No. 3 Red Cattle Company well, but it lacks oil st.aining and is flooded with salt water. DiP section B1 B shows that down-dip to the southwest the Roberts zone consists of hard but porous limestone without oil staining, and it is probably flooded with salt water. Up-dip to the northeast is the Humble Oil and Refining Company, No. 1 Consolidated Naval Stores, Hole No. 2 well, which is located about 4 miles north of the discovery well for the Sunoco-Felda field, and which is structurally the highest well in the Felda area. In this Humble well the zone is made up of calcarenite which is moderately soft and dense, and which has only slight porosity. The only oil show present consists of staining and a slight oil cut from 2 feet of a core at 11,408-11,410 feet. It is reported that at the time the core at this approximate interval was originally described it contained "bleeding oil"; however, porosity is no better than that described above for the entire zone. A drill stem test from 11,414-11,426 feet recovered salt water with no oil.

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20 FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 3. The oil-water contact, as revealed by staining in cores and by electrical log resistivities, was determined primarily for the two wells shown on the cross sections which had oil recoveries from drill stem tests. It is concluded from the above facts and comments, that where commercial oil accumulation in the Roberts zone of the wells shown on cross sections A-A' and B-B' is lacking, one or more) of the causes may be: (1) inadequate capping material, (2) flooding of the zone with salt water (in down-dip wells)" and (3) poor to relatively poor permeability (north of the Sunoco-Felda field). The two plugged and abandoned wells in the Felda area which yielded oil and a preponderance of salt water on drill stem tests of the Sunniland Limestone, shown in figures 4 and 5 (cross sections A-A' and B-B'), are more promising than was initially apparent. This is concluded since both wells tested an interval that included a water zone, the Roberts oil-bearing zone and the permeability barrier that separated them, as shown in table 11. It is probable that if the Roberts zone only had been tested, oil and salt water percentages would have been much more encouraging, and possibly the rate of oil recovery would have been greater. In the Sunniland Limestone, about 120 to 130 feet below the base of the Roberts zone and 30 feet above the top of the Punta Gorda Anhydrite, as described by the Applins (1965, p. 39), oil shows are present in hard calcareous rock in the Humble Oil and Refining Company, No. 1 Consolidated Naval Stores well, of Lee County, and in the same operator's No. 1 Consolidated Naval Stores test in Hendry County. During a drill stem test the Lee County well recovered 2,130 feet of gas and 90 feet of oil (fig. 5). It is interesting that in the wells, most of the less indurated rock of the Sunniland Limestone lacks shows. Quite often in south Florida shows are found in tight rock but not in porous rock. It is possible that in the Felda area, in Early Cretaceous sections, this circumstance may be explained by the flushing of oil zones by circulation of either salt or fresh water. STRUCTURAL NOSING OFFSHORE FROM SOUTHERN SARASOTA COUNTY A structure map depicting the top of the St. Marks Formation is shown in figure 6. Data on wells contoured on this map is shown

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0 tis o C/2 -, SPt t Table 11. Components of the drill stem test intervals from which oil was recovered in two wells oD which were plugged and abandoned in the Felda area. o Fluid Oil Interval tested Make-up of the interval 0 C recovery and (thickness) tested and (thickness) M r I Well on DST Salt water feet feet 0 0 5r. Commonwealth Oil Co. 1,090' oil 12% 11,435-492(57) 11,435-476 (41): c+ No. 3 Red Cattle Co. 9,060' salt Overlying water zone Swater in 71/2 11,476-484 (8): Vert. W .0 hours (this is permeability barrier o C .3 a rate of about 11,484-492 (8): Roberts o ' " 1/q BOPD) zone > W D t$ Commonwealth and 5' oil 0.2% 11,446-483 (37) 11,446-466 (20): o ) -* Gulf Coast Drilling 2,300' salt Overlying water zone S0 -3and Exploration Co. water in 11/ hours 11,466-472 (6): Vert. S0 C+ t No. 1 Red Cattle Co. permeability barrier 3 (Dm 11,472-483 (11): Roberts 0 .zone CD 0P 2 o CD 00 ow I I 2

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22 FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY coincide rather well (fig. 6) with regional gravity highs by Lyons, as shown in figure 7, and this map may reflect structural highs in the Cretaceous. It will be noted that there is a trend of highs on the top of the St. Marks Formation which plunges into the Gulf of Mexico offshore from southern Sarasota County. ___ o +30 S+2+20 * These higi s are shon n CONTOU VAL10ls I \ 1MIAMI _ " 0"20 0 i0 Oj /+/+20 00 +10 REGIONAL GRAVITY MAP OF FLORIDA There hig are shoma of Florida from Lyons 1950. +3 3 :27report. 0 WOV^ '^ESfiALM BOUGUEBRANOMAUES I V r MIAMI 0 25 50 100 150 200 MILES VT<^ ( -REGIONAL GRAVITY MAP -----' OF FLORIDA Figure 7. Regional gravity map of Florida, from Lyons, 1950.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 49 23 MESOZOIC CROSS SECTIONS OF NORTHWESTERN FLORIDA The Citronelle oil field of Mobile County, Alabama is located 33 miles west-northwest of the Florida-Alabama boundary. The 1961 production from the Rodessa-Pine Island-Sligo section of Lower Cretaceous (Trinity) Age in this field was 5,872,403 barrels of high gravity oil (averaging 40 to 45 degrees A.P.I.) from 290 pumping wells. Cumulative production from discovery of the field in October, 1955, to January 1, 1962, was 26,945,022 barrels of oil (Oil and Gas Year Book of 1962, Part 2, p. 11). The depth from which production was obtained ranged in the discovery well, the Zack Brooks, No. 1 Donovan test, from 10,870 to 11,414 feet (Frascogna, 1957, p. 38). This depth range is typical for Citronelle field wells. In Mississippi 29 oil fields and two gas fields produce from the Rodessa-Sligo sequence, according to a summary (1962) by Henry N. Tolar, Consulting Geologist. Rock units which make up the Rodessa-Pine Island-Sligo sequence in the area of the Citronelle field are shown in figure 8, which is a stratigraphic comparison chart extracted from an unpublished thesis by Henry J. McCoy (1958, p. 8). Cross sections using 12 wells extending from Citronelle field to a test offshore from Franklin County, Florida are given in figures 9, 10, and 11. Tops shown on these sections were based on sample and electrical log study by several workers in this area, and by the writer, who assumes responsibility for all of the tops. Well control is inadequate to reveal the strike of Mesozoic formations in southern Alabama and northwestern Florida. It is believed, however, that the east-west cross sectional line A-A' approximately parallels the northern boundary of the basin in which Mesozoic sediments were deposited. The electrical log cross sections (figs. 9, 10 and 11) reveal: 1. The depths, and possible depths, at which the RodessaPine Island-Sligo section may be reached in northwestern Florida. 2. The Rodessa-Pine Island-Sligo sediments in the three deep tests in Escambia and Santa Rosa counties, Florida are

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24 FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY STEPHENSONetaL FRASCOGNA FORGOTSON McCOY 1942 1957 1957 1958 PRARE BLUFF -PRAIRIE BLUFF Fm. I NAVARRO Fm. RIPLEYFn TAYLOR Lw RIPLEY Fm. ., DEMOPOUS u DEMOPOLIS -Memb. UTA Memb. SARCOLA L EUTAW ARCOLA Ls. S R L. -, Ui < I ____ ,n UPPER u. TOMBiGBEEI. 0 -O TOMBIGBEE e9 3 OMARINE TUSCALOOSA LOWER TUSCALOOSA Fm. Fm. WASHITA GROUP DANTZLER FI WASHITA GROUP Unhdift F UNDIFF. *SIT GOOD, LA-GOODO .FREDERICKSBURG L LAND LIMESTONE o GROUP Undiff. | U S WALN UT UNoT vS,_ cU __ Fmo LU UNIT -LU PALUXY -PALUXY S PALUXY P PALUXY P r PA LUL X -P Y L L uR n =RUSK n .MOORINGS u.-----MOOORINGS Fm m.Equi v .PORT Fm. IU MOORINGSPORT Fm. o =) C PORT Fm U C0 us 0 C)0 U 0 Oz o = u FERRY LAKE U FERRY U FERRY LAKE UO 'FERRYLAKE Z 0 IANHYDRITE LAKE Z0 ANHYDRITE z ANHYDRITE 0ANHYDRITE 0 SRODESSA :Fm. % Z Z Z O ROZDDESSA z RODESSA Z .RODESSA -RODESSA ' r F S PINEISLAND O z z Fm. Fm 0C 101 Fm. U jFm. Ia. u o u u a SLIGO SLIGO Fm PRSAL SLIGO Fm.? Fm. F Fm. Equiv. U u u SLIGO n Fm? 1 HOSSTON 2 HOSSTON L N HOSSTON t Fm. Fm. Fm. r5 -HOSSTON 5 o 0 Fm. REDRAWN AFTER McCOY, 1958 Figure 8. Comparison chart of part of the stratigraphic section in the area of the Citronelle oil field, Mobile County, Alabama (after McCoy, unpublished thesis, 1958, p. 8).

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 49 25 A 1 2 3 4 5 6 A" ANCORA CORPAND HUMBLE HUMBLE PAN AMERICAN GULF COAST THE JETT ILLING CO. HN.2 BAER H NO.1 STREGIS NO.1 SEALY DRILLING AND CALIFORNIA CO. N.1 CIT"rONEuLL PAPER CO. EXPLORATIONCO. O.2 STATELEASE UNIT B-317 N0.1 U.S.A. 224-A SD.F. ELEA 214' DF. ELEV. 22 D..ELEY. 119' D.. ELE. llr D.F. ELEV. 49 D.F. ELEV. 33 5" LOWER Sjso L'l ?2 4A30 TUSCALOOSA J" | DANTZLER -1 --= FORMATION S WASHTA6s -O00 U 6.43 .5 I-I20 -6o I U < PALUXY 1 zO O U F AO -100M i 0 05 2 .1 zn| I Y RODESSA ViLE a FORMATION 1I.O U 00 NHOSSTON SCOT13 T, HAYES AN"aT i t9001 FORMATION AS E C SCORE SfAT 10324 8 SE T E-R PPEIN CONTAINED -14,01 WITHOUT VALLEY I QUARTE INUS O FORMATION WMiH FELDSP A. c A.C AGE. HAYNESVILLE S.I FORMATION Sr1M i NOTE: THIS IS NOT A TRUE STRIKE SECTION. BUCKNER J,100 °! »2to» ASSIONMENT OF A JURASSIC AGE TO THE LOUANN SALT AFTER NORPHLET SCOTT, HAYES AND FEITZ (961. FORMATION ? H.AZZARD. SPOONER AND BLANO 947) CONSIDE THS FORMATION Lai) TO B OF PERMIAN AGE. UA SAT 1f9e TT P1O" Figure 10. Mesozoic stratigraphic cross section A-A'. Th= iw I;:, i .5.02 Piue1.Mszicsrtgahccrs eto -'

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S7 8 3 9 W C 10 11 5 12 C' 110011 OIL HU 1100 ITANOLINO WOIA0 lWclloT P1l NO.llU IVAN N01Olll N1o .0N, I liNl NMUNI Ii AN NO.1OPINS rAPIK Co. PPIN Co. 001l10 Nol, IN 1V 0O fN Pp LIV. ' Do .I VV. 1, PA 1L V. 119' P. 0, P , V II' P.P. I~ V. 0' PFI V, 4' .P. i II 11' LOW0R~ u .oIVJil61te0i JJ iSTUSCALOOSA -,, .LOWER DANTZLER .-0 I-" CRITACEOUS -400 -, FORMATION -0, P.00 ,1 .-41 .f io 1,130 S WASHITA-,000 . FREDERICKSu. ' o PALUXY . .o 0 S12 BURG --.00 0 s,60 -FORMATION O Z ooU PRE-PALUXY 0*-,0 PALUXY 11o -. , " 1 0 oto .if,, cl RODESSA (R~O. \ FORMATION 1So? a9m0,1 '1 \ oiAl 0 EMoN10.00 14 N S SLIGO FM. ^ 11,000 .o. ROD A 11.0 00 DIABASE SILLS O S 4 L 00 ,U DIKES IN CLASTIC \ ,000 -0 -1114 000 1,710 O U ROCKS OP TRIASSIC AGE ST6 l ' .212 PFROM 1350 747 .i l. 2,' (PAUL L. APPLIN 1951), D TOD, IDIKES IN C " 0 1. IJ al10,000 ---R OD, 1OF TIS ? AG ure 11. Mesozoi stratirahi ross setions BB and C'. Figure 11. Mesozoi stratigraphic cross sections BtB' and C-C'.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 49 27 quite similar to those in the Citronelle field. The Ferry Lake Anhydrite is common to both areas, and serves as a good marker in electrical log correlations. The presence of this unit, as well as other anhydrites, proves the existence of an evaporite basin. 3. Mesozoic formations are higher, beginning with the Pan American, No. 1 Sealy test in Walton County, Florida, on the east end of cross section A-A' than they are on the west end. For example, the structural elevation of the Mooringsport Formation is 2,967 feet higher in the Gulf Coast Drilling and Exploration Company, No. 1 U.S.A. well, in Liberty County, Florida than it is in the Citronelle field. Also the predominantly red shaly character of the Mesozoic sediments in the eastward wells of cross section A-A' indicates that they are the updip equivalents of the more calcareous sediments of Mesozoic age to the west. For these reasons correlations of the Mesozoic section in wells to the east with the Citronelle field section is difficult. Also, the section in the eastward wells appears much less promising than is that nearer to the Citronelle field because of the large increase in the percentage of red shales to the east. It may be inferred that the eastward continuation of the Mesozoic horizons which underlie the Citronelle field lies south of the eastward extension of cross sectional line A-A' in a trough approximately outlined on a structure map by Antoine and Harding (1965, p. 169) of the pre-Cretaceous basement based on seismic refractions, as shown in figure 12. It shows that the axis of the trough lies offshore and parallels the northwestern coast of Florida; this trough is about 35 miles wide at the 15,000-foot contour level; and it is filled with sediments (of probable Mesozoic and Cenozoic ages) with a thickness in excess of about 15,000 feet. INVESTMENTS BY OIL COMPANIES IN THE PHOSPHATE INDUSTRY OF FLORIDA Recently a number of oil companies have invested in phosphate companies of Polk and Hillsborough counties. Cities Service Oil Company has taken over the Tennessee Corporation and its subsidiary, U.S. Phosphoric Products Division; Continental Oil Company has merged with the American Agricultural Chemical Company; and Socony-Mobil Oil Company has merged with the

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ALAP AMA G EORGIA 0 1 + + y + .4q4 , 4-00 0000 0 + SSTRUCTURE ON TOP OF '100 SF M C PRE-CRETACEOUS BASEMENT -6,000 0 25 50 . jr IY\ EJ /C, MODIFIED AFTER ANTOINE AND HARDING (1963) 1R .OU -2 0 % CONTOUR INTERVAL 1000 FEET -9,000 MILES S--SEISMIC EFRACTION PROFILE I .86 85 84' 813 82 *' 80s* Figure 12. Contour map on top of the Pre-Cretaoeous basement (extraoted from a paper by Antoine and Harding, 1965).

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 49 29 Virginia-Carolina Chemical Company. A number of oil companies, also, have been actively exploring for new deposits of phosphate, primarily in the northeastern and northern parts of the State, especially in the area of Hamilton, Columbia, Baker, Union, Bradford, Alachua, Suwannee and Madison counties. These companies include Occidental Oil Company, Gulf Oil Corporation, Tenneco Oil Company, Shell Oil Company, Sinclair Oil and Gas Company, Esso and Kerr-McGee Oil Company. It is reported that in 1965, the Occidental Oil Company will construct a 10 million dollar phosphate plant in southeastern Hamilton County. The primary reasons for the trend of investment by oil companies in the phosphate industry are: 1. Nitrogen and phosphate are two of the basic ingredients in fertilizer (with the third ingredient being potash). Large oil companies have almost unlimited supplies of nitrogen as a by-product of their production of natural gas. They are acquiring phosphate to bring these two important ingredients under one management. 2. One of the largest customers of the oil companies is the American farmer, an established buyer of fuel, gas and pesticides. It is anticipated that using this established market as a common channel for the integrated fertilizer products will be an advantage to the expanding fertilizer industry. 3. It is estimated that the annual increase in fertilizer demand will be 10 percent in the United States alone, and that world fertilizer demand will double by 1970. This anticipated growth of the fertilizer market is attractive to oil companies seeking investment opportunities.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 49 31 BIBLIOGRAPHY Antoine, John W. 1965 (and Harding, James L.) Structure beneath continental shelf, Northeastern Gulf of Mexico: American Association of Petroleum Geologists Bull., v. 49, No. 2 (Feb., 1965), p. 157-171, 12 figs., 1 table. Applin, Paul L. 1960 Significance of changes in thickness and lithofacies of the Sunniland limestone, Collier County, Fla.: U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 400-B, 2 p., 1 fig. 1965 (and Applin, Esther R.) The Comanche Series and associated rocks in the subsurface in central and south Florida: U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 447, 84 p., 2 tables, 11 plates, 53 fig. Harding, James L. 1965 (see Antoine John W.) Lyons, Paul L. 1950 A gravity map of the United States: Tulsa Geological Society Digest. Describes and shows a regional Bouguer anomaly gravity map of the United States based on previously published sources and data supplied by the Carter Oil Company. McCoy, Henry J. 1958 An electric log and sample study of the Citronelle oil field, Mobile County, Alabama: Unpublished Master Thesis, Florida State University, p. 1-33, Florida State University Strozier Library file No. 553.28, R. 111 S. Tolar, Henry N. 1962 Producing wells by fields in Mississippi, prepared for the Petroleum Department of the Deposit Guarantee Bank and Trust Company, Jackson, Mississippi: A leaflet. Winter, Victor C. 1954 Pollard field, Escambia County, Alabama: Gulf Coast Assoc. Geol. Soc. Trans., v. 4, p. 121-141, 14 figs.

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APPENDIX 1 WELL SHEETS, 1964

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COLLIER COUNTY FGS well and -Commenced FQS no, locality designation* Company or owner Location -Completed Elevation Depth W.6150 WCr 48S.30E-20 ad Humble Oil and Sec, 20.T48S-R30E let completion 32' DF. 11,821' Refining Company 3700' S and 1850' W of -August 3, 1962 (2861 below No, 18 Gulf Coast the NE corner of the -October 19, 1962 top of Realties Corp, section Recompleted Sunniland Permit 300 -May 24, 1964 Limestone) -June 30, 1964 REMARKS: A. Subsurface record: (1) Status: producing well (2) Casing program: 20" at 116' w/250 ex 0 13 3/8" at 1,027' w/570 sx 9 5/8" at 4,361' w/325 sx 7" at 11,741' w/130 sx 2 1/2" tubing at 5,600' (3) Induction electrical log, 1024'-11. 806'. (4) The top of the Sunniland limestone was reached at 11,534 (-11, 502) feet. On this marker it remains structurally the highest well in the field. (5) The productive zones in this well, with depths, are: 11,534'-11, 536', 11, 546'-11,554', 11,555'-11, 578', 11,580'-11, 590'. (6) DST's: None in 1962 or 1964. *This system is described in figure 13 and appendix 8.

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COLLIER COUNTY REMARKS: (cont.) (7) As originally completed in 1962 this well was perforated from 11,585-11,589 feet. Recovery on a pumping test from this interval of the No. 18 well, as reported on the First Production Report ot October 19, 1962, was: Barrels 0 Oil Water %Water 198.50 19.8 O10 GOR, 100 to 1 0 Gravity, 19.6* A. P.I. Tubing pressure, 120 p. s. i. Casing pressure, 0 (8) This well was recompleted as of June 30, 1964. The perforations at 11,585-11,589 feet (and also those at 11,575-11,580 feet) were squeezed off. The well was then perforated from 11,559 (IES)11,567 feet with 12 shots. The interval was acidized with 300 gallons. Information from the pumping test reported in the First Production Report dated June 30, 1964, is: Producing interval (through perforations): 11, 559 (IES)-11, 5671 7-inch casing seat: 11,741 T.D. of hole: 11,821 2 1/2-inch tubing set at: 5,600 Pump data: Working barrel 2" Length of stroke 74" Strokes per minute 14 Production prior to this test: Duration of test: 24 hours Choke size: 2 1/4" pump Recovery:

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COLLIER COUNTY Barrels Fluid Oil Water %Water 516 495 21 4 GOR, 100 to 1 Gravity, 25.40 A. P. I, at 60' About 4 months later, on a pumping test conducted in October, 1964, the recovery from 11,559' (IES)11,567' (the same interval as that of the immediately preceeding report) was: Barrels Fluid Oil Water % Water 427 282 145 34

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COLLIER COUNTY FGS well and -Commenced FGS no. locality designation Company or owner Location -Completed Elevation Depth W-6609 WCr 48S-30E-20 da Humble Oil and Sec. 20-T48S-R30E -March 14, 1964 37.95 D.F. 11,655 Refining Company 4158.4' S and 2042. 1' -May 19, 1964 (115' below No. 19 Gulf Coast E of the NW corner of top of Realties Corp. the section Sunniland Permit 312 Limestone) REMARKS: A. Subsurface record: (1) Status: producing well (2) Casing program: 20" at 204' w/350 sx 13 3/8" at 1445' w/600 sx 9 5/8" at 4422' w/450 ex 7" at 11,658' w/450 sx 2 7/8" tubing at 5, 005' (3) Induction-electrical log, 4419-11,654; gamma ray-neutron log, 4400-11,655. (4) The top of the Sunniland Limestone was reached at 11,540 (-11,502) feet. (5) The productive zones in this well are: 11,540'-11,547', 11,552'-11,5621, 11,567'-11,573', 11,578'-11,592', 11,598'-11,602'. (6) DST's: None tf»

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COLLIER COUNTY (7) This well was perforated 11,583-11,588 feet, and then acidized with 300 gallons, (8) Production: Information on the pumping test (of the perforated and acidised interval at 11,583-11,588 feet) reported on the First Production Report dated May 19, 1964, is: Producing interval (through perforations): 11,583-11, 588 (IES) 7-inch casing seat: 11,647 T.D, of hole: 11,650 2 7/8-inch tubing set at: 5,005 Pump data: Working barrel 2" Length of stroke 108" Strokes per minute: 11 0 Production prior to this test: 228 barrels Duration of test: 24 hours Choke size: Recovery: Barrels Oil Water %Water 738 31 4 GOR, 100 to 1 I Gravity, 25. 6* A. P. I. at 600 About 5 months later, on a pumping test conducted in October, 1964, the recovery from 11,583'11, 588 feet (the same interval as that of the immediately preceeding report) was: Barrels Fluid Oil Water %Watbr 01. 5 365 136.5 27

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COLLIER COUNTY FOS well and -Commenced FGS no. locality designation Company or owner Location -Completed Elevation Depth W-6608 WCr 48S-30E-28 cc Humble Oil and Sec. 28-T48S-R30E -Feb. 1, 1964 34' D. F. 11,695' Refining Company 660' N and 660' E of -June 21, 1964 (105' below No. 20 Gulf the SW corner of the top of the * i Coast Realties section Sunniland 0 Corporation Limeston Permit 311 REMARKS: A. Subsurface record: (1) P and A. This was a dry offset at the SE end of the Sunniland field. (2) Casing program: 20" at 209' w/345 sx 13 3/8" at 1,447' w/450 ex 9 5/8" at 4,420' w/450 sx 7" at 11,708' w/400 ex 2 7/8" tubing z The plugging details are: 0 .Depth 0 0-30' In 13 3/&-inch casing: set 30 sacks of common cement. 4,266-4, 400' In 9 5/8-inch casing: set 50 sacks of common cement with 4% gel. 11,520-11,620' In 7-inch casing: set 30 sacks of' Texcor cement with 4% gel and 1. 5% HR7. Then the 7-inch casing was cut at 4409 feet, and 124 joints of it were recovered. (3) Induction-electrical log, 1,447-11,694. to

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COLLIER COUNTY (4) The top of the Sunniland Limestone was reached at 11, 590' (.*1,556), (5) DST'Ie None (6) Perforative and acidation data on this well ie; Perforated Number and rize Quantity interval of perforations of acid 11,592-11,600 4 shots per foot 500 gal. and 11,606500 gal. 11,611 (PDC) 11,616-11,620 4 shots per foot (IES) (2 1/16" gun) 11,616-11,620 4 shots per foot (IES) ( 5" gun) 11,641-11,643 4 shots per foot (GR) (5" gun) 11,641-11,643* 4 shots per foot 1000 gal. (IES) (4 l" gun) (7) Swabbing operations extended over a period of several months. Recoveries consisted of thinly disseminated black oil with large volumes of salt water.

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COLLIER COUNTY FGS well and -Commenced FGS no. locality designation Company or owner Location -Completed Elevation Depth W-7008 WCr 48S-30E-19 da Humble Oil and Sec. 19-T48S-R30E -Aug. 5, 1964 35'D. F. 11667' Refining Company 1980' S and 1980' E -Oct. 8, 1964 (125' below No. 21 Gulf Coast of the NW corner of top of the Realties Corp. the section. Sunnilanad Permit 316 Limestone) REMARKS: A. Subsurface record: (1) Statusi producing well (2) Casing program: 20" at.209' w/350 ex. 13 3/8" at 1381' w/600 sx. 9 5/8" at 447.0' w/400 sx. 7" at 11,649' w/350 ex. 2 7/8" tubing at 11,625' o (3) Induction-electrical log, 4457'-11.662'. (4) The top of the Sunniland Limestone was reached at 11,542' (-11, 507) feet. (5) The productive zones in this well are: 10, 542'-11, 552', 11,558'-11, 562', 11,575'-11,600', 11',610'11,618'. (6) DST's: (see next page) * '^ ' ' * ' ' rC 1

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COLLIER COUNTY Working Formation pressure pressure (psi) From To Chokes Time (psi) or blow -Flowing .Shutiln Recovery 11,389' 11,4Z4' 1/4" 3 948 5251 1900' oil Z000' water 400 mud 7000 gas 11,430' 11,444' 1/4" and 3 948 4225 1530' oil 5/8" 2000' water 30' mud 7870 gas (7) Perforation and acidation data on this well is: Depth Number of perforations Quantity of acid 11,5894/foot (20 shots) 300 gal. 11,599 11,6124/foot (20 shots) 250 gal. 11,617' -Final production was obtained from the first interval of perforations (11,589-11, 599). It is assumed that the second interval of perforation was squeezed off.

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COLLIER COUNTY (8) Information from the pumping test reported in the First Production Report dated October 8, 1964, is: Producing interval (through perforations): 11,589'-11, 599' 7-inch casing seat: 11,657' T.D. of hole : 11,650' 2 7/8." tubing set at: 11,625' Pump Datai Working barrel 21 2" Length of stroke 74" Production prior to this test: 352 barrels , Duration of test: 24 hours Choke size: Recovery: Barrels C Fluid Oil Water % Water 578 376 202 35 GOR, 100 to 1 Gravity, 26.20 A.P.I. at 60'0 : On another pumping'test conducted in October, 1964, the recovery from 11-589'-11, 599' (the same interval as that of the immediately preceeding report) was: Barrels Fluid Oil Water % Water 528 417 111 21

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COLLIER COUNTY FOS well and .Commenced FOS no, locality designation Company or owner Location -Completed Elevation Depth W. WCr 48S-30E-20 bc Humble Oil and Sec, 20-T48S-R30E -Sept, 14, 1964 34,47 D.F, 11,655' Refining Company 1980' E and 1620' N -Nov. 4, 1964 (11?' below No, 22 Gult Coast of the SW corner of top of the Realties Corp. the section Sunniland Permit 317 Limestone) REMARKS: A, Subsurface record (1) Status: producing well (2) Casing program: 20" at 213' w/350 ox 13 3/8" at 1425' w/600 ex 9 5/8" at 4412' w/400 sx 7" at 11,654' w/450 ex (3) Induction-electrical log, 4404'-11,653' (4) Sidewall cores, attempted 41, recovered 36 from 8,307 to 11,636'. (5) The top of the Sunniland Limestone was reached at 11, 538 (-11,504) feet. (6) The productive zones are: 11., 38'-11, 548', 11,553'-11,563', 11,566'-11,578', 11, 581'-11, 595', 11, 598'-11,610'. (7) DST's: None

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COLLIER COUNTY (8) This well was per forated from 11,58-11, 590 feet with 4 shots per foot, and then the zone was acidized with 300 gallons. (9) Production: Intormation on the pumping test reported in the First Production Report dated November 4, 1964, is: Producing interval (through perforations): 11,582-11,590' (IES) 7-inch casing seat: 11,654' T.D. of hole: 11,655' 2 7/8" tubing set at: 5,052' Pump data: Length of stroke 74" Strokes per minute 12 Production prior to this test: 50 barrels, approximately Duration of test: 6 hours Choke size: Recovery: Barrels Oil Water % Water 552 61 10 GOR, 100 to 1 Gravity, 25.8° A.P.I. at 60 Tubing pressure, 80 pa. i. Casing pressure, 50 p. s.i. rf'

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COLLIER COUNTY FOS well and ,Commenced FGS no, locality designation Company or owner Location .Completed Elevation Depth W-6924 WCr 46S.29E.4 cb Sun Oil Company Sec. 4-T46S-R29E -October 18, 1964 55 D, F, 4,550' No. 1 the Collier 1520' from the N .November 13, 1964 Company line, and 1320' from Permit 319 the E line of the section * REMARKS: A. Subsurface record: (1) Status (as of November 12, 1964): water supply well. (2) Casing program: 20" at 89' w/200 sx 13 3/8" at 1360' w/200 ex containing 4% gel., and 428 sx of neat cement (3) The operator used drilling mud to get the hole started through the relatively loose lithology at the top of the w hole. Drilling with mud continued until circulation was lost at 902'. From that point on the operator drilled with water. (4) Cuttings samples, 0-89', 95-865; driller's log, 0-4, 550' and 1360-2, 660'; gamma ray-neutron log (in casing), 0-1,241 I'. (5) The operator made successful recoveries on three fishing jobs beginning at about 2,700 feet where a caving boulder zone was drilled. Drilling operations with an 11-inch bit were continued to a depth of 4, 550 feet, which was to be the casing seat for intermediate (9 5/8-inch) casing. On the second "wiping" pass made into the hole to assure clearance for the casing, the bit would not go below the depth of about 2, 700 feet, at which.the boulder zone had been encountered in drilling operations. At this point the operator began reaming the hole with an 11-inch bit. By the time the operator had reamed to 3, 550 feet, however, the drill bit had strayed 7 j degrees off its course. Since the acceptable limit to deviation is 21 degrees, the operator decided to abandon the hole. *This step-out well is 11 miles SE of the Red Cattle No. 2 discovery Well.

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COLLIER COUNTY (6) Because of the relative scarcity of shallow water to be used for drilling purposes in the area of this well, it was decided to convert this hole to use as an (artesian) water well. Casing (13 3/8-inch) was perforated at 752-762 feet, 810-816 feet, 836-846 feet and 902-912 feet. After the well has served its purpose as a water well for drilling operations, the operator will cement off the pe:forations and otherwise complete plugging the hole as required to protect fresh water resources. (7) After abandoning the No. 1 Collier Company well as described above, the operation skidded the rig 110. 9 feet to the southwest to spud the No. 1-A Collier Company test. C .. ra . C3 : Q.

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COLLIER COUNTY 4, 00 FOS well and -Commenced FOS no, locality designation Company or owner Location -Completed Elevation Depth W.7007 WCr 46S429E-4 cb Sun Oil Company Sec, 4.T46S-RZ9E -Nov, 12, 1964 55' D,F. 11,495' No, 1-A l.e 1583' from the N -Feb. 1, 1965 Collier Company line and 1415' from the Permit 319 E line of the section 0 REMARKS: A, Subsurface record: (1) Status: producing well from the open hole at 11,488'-11,495', (2) Casing program: 20" at 89' w/200 sx 13 3/8" at 1359' w/200 sx 9 5/8" at 3693' w/200 sx 5 1/2" at 11,488' w/400 sx (3) Core recoveries as reported in Rinehart's Oil and Gas Report, February 15, 1965, were: 0 Recovery 11,446'-466' 18' 4" hard dense limestone. No show of oil. 11,466'-476' 9'4" dolomite and limestone. No show of oil. 11,478'-488' 9'6" non-porous limestone. No show of oil. 11,488'-495' t61 limestone. No show of oil. 1' slightly porous limestone with a show of oil 5' limestone with a good show of oil. (4) Test results on this well, as described by Rinehart's Oil and Gas Report, February 18, 1965, (p. s) were: "Drilled plug, F/ZO BLOPD, F/12 BOPD, TP O#, CP 25-50#, gray 23 deg, swbd 161 BO and 21 BSW/10 hrs, P/84.BO and 133 BSWPD, P/84 BO and 156 BSWPD, P/82 BO and 165 BWPD, P/75 BOPD and 178 BWPD, P/107 BO and 206 BW/23 hrs, P/130 BO and 248 BWPD, P/113 BO and 248 BWPD."

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HENDRY COUNTY FGS well and -Commenced FGS no. locality designation Company or owner Location -Completed Elevation Depth W-6644 WHy 45S-29E-30 ab Sun Oil Company Sec. 30-T45S-R29E April 30, 1964 ±52 D.F. 12,686' No. 1 Red Cattle 660' S and 661' E of June 18, 1964 35. 75' Ground Company the NW corner of the Permit 314 NE quarter of the section, REMARKS: A. Subsurface record: 1. Status: P. and A. 2. Casing program: 20" in 26" hole at 215' w/200 sx. 13 3/8" in 17 1/2" hole at 1430' w/450 sx. 9 5/8" in 12 1/4" hole at 4471' w/450 sx. 3. Cutting samples, drillers log, induction-electrical log, 4477-12,686; formation density log, 5150-5900 and 9, 000'-12, 684'. 4. DST's Working Formation pressure (psi) Chokes pressure BHFPI BHFPF BHSIP Hydrostatic From To Top Bottom Time or blow (psi) (Shut-in 30 min.) Top Bottom Recovery 11,483 11,518 1/4" 5/8" 1 hr. Immediately 1163 top 3394 top 4859 top 5366 5310 1,500' oil 0 fair, after 5 909 3309 4831 (260 oil + we min. good bottom bottom bottom 1250' we cut with 5% oil) 3, 950' lost assumed to be sw (Gr of oil 16" A. P. I. at 88"F) Salt: 153,000 ppm. CL 93,000 ppm. Ca: 19,000 ppm.

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HENDRY COUNTY REMARKS: (cont,) (5) The results of a chemical analysis by the U, S. Geological Survey of a water sample taken from the drill stem test at 11,47512, 680 were: p. m p P. p. m. Silica (Si02) 0 Dissolved solids , Iron (Fe) 1.0* calculated 215,000 Calcium (Ca) 21,100 Residue on Magnesium (Mg) 2,880 evaporation at Sodium (Na) 55,600 1800C 271,000 Potassium (K) 2,850 Hardness as Bicarbonate (HC3)86 CaCO3 64, 500 Carbonate (CO3) 0 Noncarbonate Sulfate (804) 1,030 hardness as Chloride (Cl) 131,0.00 CaCO3 64,400 Fluoride (F) 8.6 Specific conductance Nitrate (NO3) 73 (micromhos at 25*C) 192,000 pH 5.8 *In solution when analyzed. (6) This well was plugged and abandoned on November 6, 1964.

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HENDRY COUNTY FGS well and -Commenced FGS no. locality designation Company or owner Location -Completed Elevation Depth W-6682 WHy 45S-29E-32 bb Sun Oil Company Sec. 32-T45S-R29E Commenced: 53' D.F., 11,485 No. 2 Red Cattle 850' S and 835' W of June 25, 1964 est. (54' below Company the NE corner of the Completed: the top of Permit 315 section. July 22, 1964 the SunniTested: land formOctober 9, 1964 ation, 0 restricted) REMARKS; A. Subsurface record: 1. Sunoco-Felda field producer and discovery well: cuttings, samples, driller's log, 0-11,485; induction-electrical log, 4, 506-11,485'. 2. Casing program: C 20" in 26" hole at 120' w/200 sx 13 3/8" in 17 1/2" hole at 1495' w/650 sx 9 5/8" in 12 1/4" hole at 4506' w/450 sx 5 1/2" in 8 3/4" hole at 11,471' w/600 sx 2 1/2" tubing at 5,028' 3. Core at 11,467-11,485' 4 1/2' hard, dense limestone cap Z 13' porous, saturated limestone 4. The results of the favorable drill stem test which indicated the promise of this (discovery) well were: Ot

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HENPRY COUNTY W orking ormation aressure (psi) --.. Chokes pressure -Flowing Hydrostatic From To Top Bottom Time (psi) -Shut-in (30 min.) (psi) Recovery Initial Final 11,467 11,485 5/8" 1/4" 5 hra. Blow: 14 3/4 1396 4578 5285 9262'of oil (with 2,024' of Shut-in: 114 not given 5041 (132 bbls.) water cushion) with no salt water Note: Gas came to the surface in 5 hours and 5 minutes, t O -Analysis of the above oil recovery revealed its characteristics to be: Gravity 24. 5* Paraffin 1. 96 VSulfur 3.42 Viscosity 93 at 100 Pour point, -45* F Salt 3,084 Ibs. per 1000 bbls. (5) On the production test, October 9, 1964, (the date of the press conference granted by Mr. Hill, Southwest Division Manager for Sun), the well flowed natural from the open hole at 11, 4721-11, 485' 0 through a 20/64-inch choke at a rate of 111 BOPD with 3 percent BS and W. Tubing pressure was 30 p. s. i., and casing pressure was 340 p. s. i. WC

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HENDRY COUNTY (6) The producing interval, 11,472'-11,485', in the well was washed with acid as follows: Chemical Maximum injection Maximum pressure Date used Quantity pressure, surface (p. s. i.) Tubing pressure (p. s. i.) against formation (p. s. i.) , HC1 250 gallons 900 *600 300 (6 bbls.) Oct. 28, Retarded 750 gallons 750 *520 230 1964 HCI (18 bbls. ) -A detailed description of the injection of the retarded acid on October 28, 1964, is: The Hallibuirton Company, acidized the well with 750 gallons (18 barrels) of chemically retarded 15 percent HC1. They pumped the acid to the formation point with 49 1/2 barrels of crude oil. The acid was on the formation at 1:45 p.m. Maximum injection rate: 0. 2 bbls. per min. Average injection rate: 0. 2 bbls. per min. Maximum treating pressure: 750 p. s.i. Average treating pressure: 650 p. s. i. Final treating pressure: 750 p. s. i. 5-minute shut-in pressure: 625 p. s. i. All oi the acid was pumped in the formation at 3:20 p. m. The excess retarded acid was reversed out of the hole with 93 barrels of crude oil. This part of the operation required from 3:45 p.m. to 5:20 p.m. The well was opened at 5:40 p. rr. on a 16/64-inch choke. The tubing pressure was 520 p. .i., and the casing . pressure was 520 p., i. i

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HNNDRY COUNTY (7) A listing of selected flowing production rates, with associated information, October 9-November 2, (inclusive), 1964 isi For tests of less than For tests of 24-hour 24-hours duration Duration Under flowing Amount BS & W Estimated Actual Percentage 1964 of conditions of during BOPD BOPD BS & W Date Choke test T. P. C. P. production test Natural: Oct. 9 20/64" 30 340 3% 111 (immediately before acidation) 105 After acidation with 6 bbls. of regular HC1 and just prior to acidation with 18 bbls. of retarded HCI Oct. 28 16/64" 5% 215 After acidation kith 18 barrels of retarded HC1 Oct. 29 16/64" 13 hours 170 170 165 bbls. 5% 304 p. .i. p.s.i. Oct. 29 16/64" 1 hour 15 bbls. 360 Oct. 30 14/64" 13 hours 170 175 148 bbls. 273 p. s.i. p. .i. Oct. 31 14/64" 22 hours 246 bbls. 268 Nov.. 2 16/64" 3 3/4 hours 307 1 20/64" 20 1/4 hours' 90. 60 307 2 1/2% p, s, i, p, of i, ' * ' !' / 'l;l

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HENDRY COUNTY S(8) Results of the first pumping test, reported on the First Production Report, dated November 23, 1964, and guaged at 7 a.m., were: Producing interval (open hole): 11,4721L11, 485' 5 1/2-inch casing seat: 11,471' 1 T.D. of hole: .11,489' 2 1/2-inch tubing set at: 5,028' Pump;Data: Working barrel 2 1/2" S Length of stroke 120" .Strokes per minute 6. 5 Productioni prior to this test: 6, 912. 02 bbls. Duration of test: 24 hours Choke size: 28/64" Recovery: 427 BOPD; with 11 barrels of B S & W GOR 125/1; Gravity 25.4" API at 60* B. Miscellaneous 1. The Humble Oil and Refining Company will be the buyer of this oil and will have it trucked to Fort Lauderdale, Florida, by Red Wing, Inc., of Tampa, Florida. 2, The expenditure by the Sun Oil Company on their No. 1 and No. 2 Red Cattle Company wells to October 9, 1964, were: Bonus payments $ 3,758 Drilling costs 382,746 Two 1000-gallon National tanks 8, 000 Heater-treater 4,000 $388,504 If a pump is installed, this will be an additional 17,000 e $415,504

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HENDRY COUNTY I Also, it was eatimated that other cost elements involved in developing the No, 2 Red Cattle Company well to its full potential might run the coat up an additional $100, 000, O

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SANTA ROSA COUNTY FGS well and -Commenced FGS no. locality designation Company or owner Ijocation -Completed Elevation Depth W-6926 WSr 5N-29W-22 ba Kirby, and Sun Oil Sec. 22, T5N-R29W -Aug. 3, 1964 274' D. F. 6,524' Company No. 1 Jay 279' S and 496' W of -Aug. 23, 1964 Unit Permit 318 the NE corner of the NW quarter of the 0 section REMARKS: A. Subsurface record: (1) P. and A. 0 (2) Casing program: 8 5/8" at 625' (3) Cuttings, samples, driller's log, 0-6500'; induction-electrical log, 625-6,497'. (4) Electrical log tops. (5) Sidewall cores: attempted 12, recovered 11. No shows reported. (6) DST's: none (7) This well was drilled by the George H. Jett Drilling Company, as contractor. MP W4

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SANTA ROSA COUNTY POS welWand -Commenced FOS no, locality designation Company or owner Location .Completed Elevation Depth WWSr 5N-29W-18 bb Young Drilling Sec. 18-T5N-R29W .Feb, 27, 1964 247' D, F, 6,576' Company No. I N half of Lot I .March 11, 1964 Carlton-May Permit 313 REMARKS: A. Subsurface record: (1) P. and A. (2) Casing program: 8 5/8" at 648' w/150 ex (3) Cuttings, samples: driller's log, 0-6, 580'; induction-electrical log, 634-6, 576'. E* Sn > , fc ·.*j · ,? ·'I

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SANTA ROSA COUNTY FGS well and -Commenced FOS no. locality designation Company or owner Location -Completed Elevation Depth WWdr 5N-29W-23 bb Young Drilling Sec. 23-T5N-R29W -Dec. 14, 1964 243.7'Grd, 6,539' Company No. 1 660' S and 460' E of -Dec. 27, 1964 Golden Permit 320 the NW corner of the NE, NE REMARKS: A, Subsurface record: (1) P. and A. (2) Casing program: 7 5/8" at 676' w/230 sx. (3) Cuttings samples; driller's log, electrical log. So1 ;-. -Vl ' , ' .'* f

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 49 63 HISTORIC AND ECONOMIC ASPECTS CONNECTED WITH SUN'S OIL ACTIVITIES IN FLORIDA By Mr. Tom F. Hill The Sun Oil Company has explored in Florida since 1935, and since that time has acquired 4,716 oil and gas leases on almost 4,000,000 acres of land. The peak amount of acreage, 2,374,062 acres, was held in 1949. Sun has drilled 34 dry holes in Florida, and has supported through some form of contribution 38 additional wells. Footage drilled in the 72 wells in which Sun has been interested has amounted to 462,471 feet. The activities of the company were concentrated in the Florida Panhandle, and around the Peninsular Arch. The first well undertaken by the company in south Florida was their No. 1 Red Cattle Company well drilled in the early part of 1964; this well tested promising, but non-commercial oil shows, and led the company to drill the No. 2 Red Cattle Company discovery well. Money spent by the Sun Oil Company in Florida prior to the discovery of the Sunoco-Felda field was: Payments to landowners $7,447,410 Lease bonuses 1,734,163 Lease rentals 5,713,247 Geophysics (mainly seismic) 1,026,691 Core drilling 218,205 Dry hole contributions 52,456 Test well drilling in which Sun was the operator 1,647,975 TOTAL $10,392,737 The Sun No. 2 Red Cattle Company Well The results of the favorable drill stem test which indicated the promise of this well, were:

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64 FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY Interval: 11,467-11,485 Chokes: %" bottom, 5/8" top Water cushion: 2,024' Maximum working pressure (blow): 14 3/4 lbs. Shut-in pressure: 114 lbs. Tool open: 5 hours and 5 minutes Gas to surface: 5 hours and 5 minutes Recovery: 9,262' of oil (132 bbls), with no salt water Pressures: psi (a) Initial flowing bottom hole pressure 1396 (b) Final flowing bottom hole pressure 4578 (c) Initial shut-in bottom hole pressure not given* (d) Final shut-in bottom hole pressure (after tool was shut in 30 minutes) 5041 (e) Hydrostatic 5285 *However, it was stated by Mr. Franks during the press conference that the initial shut-in bottom hole pressure (c) was higher than the final shut-in bottom hole pressure (d). On the production test, October 9, 1964, at 7:00 a.m. the rate of flow was 111 BOPD through a 20/64-inch choke. Other data is: Tubing pressure: 30 lbs. Casing pressure: 340 lbs. B. S. and W: 3% The characteristics of this crude, designated as "Class B" were recorded as: Gravity: 24.50 A.P.I. Base: Parafinnic--napthenic Viscosity: 93 at 1000F temperature Sulphur: 3.42% Salt: 3,048 lbs,/1,000 bbls. The expenditures on the No. 1 and No. 2 Red Cattle Company wells to October 9, 1964 were:

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 49 65 Bonus payments $ 3,758 Drilling costs 382,746 Two 1000-gallon National Tanks 8,000 Heater-Treater 4,000 $388,504 If a pump is installed, this will be an additional 17,000 $415,504 Additional cost elements involved in developing the No. 2 Red Cattle Company well to its full potential may run these costs up an additional $100,000. A tabulation showing the net value per barrel of this crude was reported to be: Gross value at the well head $2.54 Less: State severance tax 0.13 Trucking, to Port Everglades 0.42 Terminal space at the port 0.05 Royalty to the landowner 0.24 Overhead 0.03 Direct operating cost 0.15 Net value if produced natural 1.52 Less: pumping cost? 0.10 Net value if produced by pump $1.42 The landowners return per barrel of $0.24 is determined by multiplying his 1/8 royalty times a base figure consisting of: Gross value at the well head, less state severance tax, less trucking cost to Port Everglades. Transportation of the Sunoco Crude Mr. Hill briefly mentioned that Sun might transport the crude oil to Port Everglades either by barge over the Okeechobee Waterway, or entirely by truck, or by truck to the Sunniland field and from there to Port Everglades by a pipeline now being constructed to handle the crude produced in the Sunniland field. Mr. Hill also mentioned that Sun may build a pipeline either to Port Everglades, or to the Sunniland field. Daily production figures necessary to justify pipeline construction, according to Mr. Hill, are:

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66 FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY From the Sunoco-Felda field to Port Everglades 5000 From the Sunoco-Felda field to the Sunniland field 2000 Land Early this year Sun held 23,527 acres of land. After the termination of their No. 1 Red Cattle well an additional 2000 acres were acquired to increase Sun's total holdings to 25,527 acres. After the favorable DST from the No. 2 Red Cattle well, the company intensified leasing activity sharply, and now holds 108,516 acres in the Felda area under oil and gas lease. :. i·<

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APPENDIX III State land leased by the Sun Oil Company from the Trustees of the Internal Improvement Fund, and the State Board of Education, 1964.

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Lease Interest In Land no. Date From By leased (acres) Description 2064 Nov. 10-64 Trustees of the Internal Sun Oil Co. one-half 40 Sec. 5 -T46S -R30E (NW Improvement Fund quarter of the NW quarter of the section) Collier County REMARKS: Term: 5 years Cash consideration Rental, est year: $20 ($1. 00 per net mineral acre). Boinus: $210. 00 ($10.50 per net mineral acre). Drilling committment Depth: 7, 400 feet or to the top of the Lower Cretaceous, whichever is deeper. Frequency: one well each 2 years. 0 0 C to

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Leaoe Interest In Land no, Date From By leased (acres) Description 2049S Oct. 7-64 State Board of Education Sun Oil Co, one-half 640 Sac, 16 , T45S -R28E Hendry County 640 Sec, 16 -T46S -R28E Collier County 640 Sec, 16 -T46S -RZ9E Collier, County 640 Sec. 16 -T46S -R30E Collier County REMARKS: O Term: 5 years Cash consideration Rental, let year: $1, 280 ($1. 00 per net mineral acre). C Bonus: $14, 100 ($11. 00 per net mineral acre). Drilling committment Depth: 7, 400 feet on top of Lower Cretaceous, whichever is deeper. Frequency: one well each 2 years.

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Lease Interest In Land no. Data From By leased (acres) Description 2021-S July 20-64 State Board of Education Sun Oil' Co. one-half 640 Sec. 16 -T45S -R29E Hendry County REMARKS: Term: 10 years Cash consideration Rental, 1st year: $160 (500 per net mineral acre). Bonus: $320 ($1. 00 per net mineral acre), Drilling committment Depth: 6, 000 feet or. top of Lower Cretaceous, whichever is deeper. Frequency: one well each , years. P' ' ::' :

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Appendix 4.. Florida offshore geophysical scout data, 1963 and 1964 Geophysical permit Company to Contractor Type Permit -Begins Periods worked No. Date which issued (Client) Survey -Ends Begin End 1 1963 California Company Century Velocity April 9, 1963 April 9, 1963 March 26 Geophysical Co. REMARKS: (1) General area: This survey was run within 650 feet of the California Company -Coastal Petroleum Company No. 3 Florida State Lease 224-B well, located offshore from Dunedin, Pinellas County. (2) Miscellaneous: The velocity survey of above described No. 3 State Lease 224-B well required about 10 hours to complete., The name of the explosive used in the charge set off in the water is Nitroman. This is a mixture of nitrogen and a petroleum product similar to diesel oil. It is set off by a primer made of a higher velocity explosive; the Nitroman itself is of relatively low velocity. It can be exploded with a primer only, and consequently it is not classified as an explosive insofar as its transportation is concerned. The charges of Nitroman used varied from 1 to 50 pounds, with the smaller charges being used near surface and the larger charges at greater depth. The maximum charge used.(50 pounds) produced a geyser of water about 7 to 10 feet in diameter. Survey procedure: Every thousand feet going into the hole being checked, and every 500 feet coming out of the hole, a shot is fired. The shots are suspended about 10 feet below the water surface from floating balloons which are at an electronically-determined distance of about 650 feet from the test hole. Vertical depths to interfaces are determined from the expired tirhe between the explosion and its pick-up by the 0 recording sonde in the test hole. Purpose of survey: This survey is made to a) correct the sonic log, and b) provide velocity data to be used in conjunction with seismic times. C-q

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Appendix 4, cont, Geophysical permit Company to Contractor Type Permit .Begins Periods worked No. Date which issued (Client) Survey -Ends Begin End 2 1963 Mobil Gas gun Program completed April 18 echo sounder October 13, 1963 REMARKS: (1) General area: Extends eastward from the Florida-Alabama state line to longitude 86" west, Parts of the survey extend to a water depth of 600 feet. (2) Miscellaneous: The energy source for the gas gun echo sounder is a gas reactor which is a chamber of pipe that is lowered about 15 feet below the water surface. A mixture of propane and air is fired in the chamber about every 6 seconds as the boat moves at a speed of approximately 4 miles per hour. The 0 final record is a composite of several shots. The energy from the combustion produces a low level, low frequency impulse which does no harm to water bottoms or to marine life. C< ,q ''.

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Appendix 4, cont. Geophysical permit Company to Contractor Type Permit -Begins Periods worked SNo. Date which issued (Client) Survey -Ends Begin End 3 1963 Mobil Gas gun Notification of suspension of operations , Nov. 6 echo sounder received April 27, 1964. SREMARKS: (1) General area: a) A survey which extends from latitude 25* 45' north (a few miles south of Cape Romano) southward to the north line of the Florida Keys. This survey covers the area from shore to a water depth of 600 feet. b) An abbreviated survey which extends from the area south of Pensacola to Crystal Bay, in Citrus County, to tie in with offshore seismic work completed in 1956. 0 : ' , ,-qrp z*

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Appendix 4, cont, 4 Geophysical permit Company to Contractor Typt Permit -Begins Periods worked No, Date which issued (Client) Survey -Ends Begin End 4 1963 Ray Geophysical Gravity Planned to begin about November 27, 1963, and Nov, 6 Division of to work about 4) months in waters offshore from Mandrel Industries, Florida, Inc. £REMARKS: (1) General area: Extends from the Florida-Alabama state line eastward to longitude 86* 47, 5' west (a few miles west of Fort Walton Beach). The survey covered water depths from the 15-foot contour line to the 600 foot contour line. (2) Miscellaneous: Two vessels, each a 136-foot converted mine sweeper, were used for this survey. The survey procedure involved lowering an instrument to the bottom of the gulf to measure the "pull" of gravity, Readings were made at a density of about 2 observations per square mile; positioning is determined by electronic instruments. Po .C * ». .'

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Appendix 4, cont. Geophysical permit Company to Contractor Type Permit -Begins Periods worked No. tate, which issued (Client) Survey -Ends Begin End 5 1963, Tidelands Exploration (After data is Gravity and Began operating out of Panama City, Bay Dec. 16 Co.--later amended developed it gas gun echo County, about October 12, 1964. It has to: Independent will be sold to sounder been stated by sources not affiliated with Exploration Co., clients) the company that the program to be Tidelands Division performed may require about six years of work. . Weeks worked in 1964: 13 weeks REMARKS: (1) General Area: Entire offshore Florida Gulf Coast out to 600 feet of water depth. (2) Number of boats: On October 2, 1964, the company was using two 95 foot boats in their operations. About January 1, 1965, they plan to enlarge these operations by moving in one or two additional boats. (3) Miscellaneous: Recordings are to conform to a uniform, one-mile, five-spot grid pattern. The company plans to occupy 129,400 stations covering 64,800 square miles. Results will be sold to purchasers at prices ranging from $10 to $50 per station. sto.

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Appendix 4, c:ot, Geophysical permit Company to Contractor Type Permit -Begins Periods worked No, Date which issued (Client) Survey -End Begin End 6 1964 Shell Self Reflection May 20, 1964 May 22, 1964 May 27, 1964 May 5 May 30, 1964 (completed work in both areas) Weeks worked in 1964: 1 week 0 REMARKS: (1) General areas: a) Submerged platform off Crystal River (Citrus County), b) Submerged platform off Charlotte Harbor (Lee County). > (2) Number of boats: 1 g 0 (3) Distance between shots: 600 feet, (

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Appendix 4, cont. SGeophysical permit Company to Contractor Type Permit -Begins Periods worked No., Date which issued (Client) Survey -Ends Begin End 7 1964 Geophysical (Humble) Reflection -"not defined" May 7, 1964 June 30, 1964 May 5 Service, Inc. -extended to Oct. 1, 1964 Oct. 2, 1964 May, 1965 Oct. 8, 1964 Oct. 11, 1964 Oct. 13, 1964 Oct. 14, 1964 Oct. 21, 1964 Oct. 27, 1964 Nov. 2, 1964 Nov, 11, 1964 Nov. 17, 1964 Nov. 21, 1964 Nov. 25, 1964 Nov. 26, 1964 Dec. 4, 1964 Dec. 6, 1964 Dec. 11, 1964 Dec. 12, 1964 Dec. 14, 1964 Dec. 14, 1964 p (work will extend possibly to May, 1965) Weeks worked in 1964: 13w weeks REMARKS: (1) General area: Extends from Pensacola to Florida Bay. More specifically, it is understood that the program r includes about 2 to 3 months of work done south of Naples; also, that the program will include a survey approximately from Pensacola to Panama City. (2) Number of boats: 3 (3) Distance between shots: some 400 feet; most 600 feet. CO 00 I-

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Appwirnlvi -1, cow, Q0 Chiiphyiic l po rit Co2niny Ic CotriIu) Tyw " I ii -ni lri wirkud d No, 0 1tul which iulloud (CliIII) HSIrvuy -.1__ndN liu n .End S 1964 Califrinia Corn|pany Wiatrluri 1tin'tion JuI m , 1964 July 4, 1964 Jfly 1l, 1964 Jun 3 Cilophy bi al CI , anc Jun] 1, 19965 July 16, 1964 July 25, 1964 Itufraction Aug. 5, 1964 A4g, H, 1964 Wouke worked in 1964: 3 wauks REMARKS: (1) General area: within 3 leagwuu of, and approximately co-uxtuniinvu with, the coast line of Escambia County, (2) Number of boats: 3 (3) Distance between shots: sone 1, 320 feet, somo 1,760 feot. 8 4ýI

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iAppendix 4, cont. ;,Geophysical permit Company to Contractor Type Permit -Begins Periods worked Nli '. , : Date which issued (Client) Survey -Ends Begin End ' .96 Pan Am. Western Reflection July 27, 1964 Aug. 1, 1964 ; June 29 , Geophysical Co. and Aug. 8, 1964 'Aug. 15, 1964 : Refraction (as originally scheduled ,,' " this work was supposed to last about 1 month) Weeks worked in 19'64: 2 weeks i.;REMARKS: (1). General area: The lines were at widely spaced intervals along the entire Gulf Coast of Florida. (2) Number of boats:' 3 n" (3) Distance between shots: some 440 feet; some 880 feet. (4) Miscellaneous: Three vessels were used in this operation. The lead instrument vessel towed an underwater seismograph cable 10,700 feet long. According to preliminary plans, about 2 days were to be spent on each line.to be run.. , B,, ecause of the great distances involved in refraction shooting (10 miles or more), very large charges were required for the refraction part of the program. 00 , !, -!.' !** ^

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Allpundtx 4, conLI 2 Guophysical permit Company to Contractor Type Permit -Begins Periods worked No, Date which tissed (Client) Survey .Ends begin End 10 1964 California Co, Western Refraction Planned commencement July 21 Geophysical Co, Auguis 3, 1964 (supposed'to lase about 1 week) Probable weeks worked in 1964: ? REMARKS: (1) General area: In the Atlantic Ocean off Nassau and (possibly) Duval counties in Florida (also, in Georgia, work will be done offshore from Camden, Glynn, and (possibly McIntosh counties). oC

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Appendix 4, cont. Geophysical permit Company to Contractor Type Permit -Begins Periods worked No. Date which issued (Client) Survey -Ends Begin End 11 1964 Gulf Western Reflection Aug. 25, 1964 Sept. 2, 1964 Aug. 18 Geophysical and Sept. 14, 1964Sept. 15, 1964 Co. Refraction (scheduled for completion about September 15, 1964) Weeks worked in 1964: 11 weeks REMARKS: (1) General area: Extends from the Florida-Alabama state line eastward to longitude 85' 30' west (almost to Mexico Beach, in Bay County). In a southerly direction, this survey will extend to the seaward limit of the jurisdiction of the State of Florida. (2) Number of boats: 2 (3) Distance between shots: 650 feet (4) Miscellaneous: The instrument boat was equipped with a set of seismograph recorders, and towed a cable about 7, 500 feet in length to which 24 hydrophones were attached. Explosive cha.rges were set off about 5 to 10 feet below the surface of the water and typically ranged from 5 to a maximum of 50 pounds in size. 00 : , ' 00o

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Appenidix 4, cont, Geophysical permit Company to Contractor Type Purmit -Begins Periods worked No, Date which issued (Client) Survuy -Endu Begin End 12 1964 Mobil Gas gun Planned commencement; Oct, 20 echo sounder October 15, 1964 REMARKS: (1) General area: In the Atlantic Ocean northward from latitude 29' 151 north (slightly north of Daytona Beach, Florida), to the Florida-Georgia state line, (The completed program will include offshore areas northward beyond Florida's boundary to the Virginia-North Carolina state line). This survey is to extend from the 15-foot contour line to the 600-foot contour line, (2) Miscellaneous: a) This operation is a resumption of echo sounding activities started by Mobil in the latter part of 1963 in the Florida Keys under Permit 3, b) A description of the basic principles of operation of the gas gun echo sounder is described under Permit 2 of this appendix, r 5%'-

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 49 89 STATE OF FLORIDA STATE BOARD OF CONSERVATION DIVISION OF GEOLOGY RULES AND REGULATIONS GOVERNING GEOLOGICAL AND/OR GEOPHYSICAL EXPLORATIONS IN THE SUBMERGED LANDS, OTHER THAN INLAND WATERS OF FLORIDA AND APPLICABLE TO FEDERAL LANDS SEAWARD OF FLORIDA'S BOUNDARY. PURSUANT TO AUTHORIZATION OF THE DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR OF THE UNITED STATES DATED APRIL 3, 1965, AND PUBLISHED IN THE FEDERAL REGISTER (F.R. DOC. 56-2450, VOLUME 21, NO. 64). The following rules have been coordinated with those of adjacent states that have adopted rules and regulations pertaining to the use of explosives in off-shore areas and shall apply to all exploration work involving the discharge of explosives in the above described waters and areas for the temporary period extending from July 1, 1965 to July 1, 1966. S1) A permit from the State Board of Conservation, signed by the Director of the Department in the name of the Board is required for all seismic or geologic exploration work in areas to which these rules apply. All work shall be delayed until such permit has been secured and the work will be conducted at such times and in such a manner as approved by the Director. All permits shall be subject to such restrictions as are established by the Regional Oil and Gas Supervisor of the United States Geological Survey, for Federal lands. 2) The Director of the Division of Geology of the State Board of Conservation shall have supervision of all geophysical work on Florida's submerged lands. 3) Application must be filed upon official forms of the Board of Conservation, in triplicate, at least ten (10) days before the permit is issued. A detailed U.S. Hydrographic Office map also in triplicate, shall accompany the application, showing the area of opera-

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90 FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY tion and general location of lines to be shot. All permits will be conditioned upon the applicant obtaining approval, prior to the start of work, permits such as required from the U. S. Army Corps of Engineers, U. S. Geological Survey, U. S. Navy and permission from any lessee of the submerged land. 4) All permits are limited to a period of six months from date of issue, but may be renewed for not more than two additional ninety-day periods at the discretion of the Director of the Division of Geology of the State Board of Conservation. Application for renewals may be made by letter. Any continuation of work following the expiration of the permit and renewals shall be under a new permit made under requirements stated in items 1, 2 and 3. 5) Permit will be given for work in areas roughly coinciding with the regulatory districts established by the Florida Board of Conservation as shown on the map attached. A permit may include 2 districts, if these are adjacent. The operator will make every effort to complete the work in one district before work is begun in another. 6) A conservation agent will accompany any shooting component of any seismic exploration crew working under a permit issued by the Board, unless written permission is obtained from the Director of the Board of Conservation. If work is scheduled for a continuous day and night shooting program, extending beyond a 12 hour period, two agents will be assigned, and one agent will be constantly present during the shooting operations. 7) Before any shot is discharged, the exploration party shall install a fish finder, that shall be observed by the conservation agent who shall control the shooting pattern in such a way as to avoid excessive fish kills. The Company shall employ any method approved by the industry to frighten and drive away the fish and marine life which may be in the area where the shot is to be fired. If a school or schools of fish persist in the area, operations must

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 49 91 be suspended in that area until the schools of fish have been driven away. 8) The Company shall police nearby beaches and furnish a crew to bury or dispose of excessive fish kills, where these threaten to become a health hazard or limit the use of the beach. The Conservation Agent may require that edible fish be retrieved at the shot point, iced, and the fish given to a non-profit organization. A signed receipt for such fish shall be delivered to the officer-in-charge of the Conservation District. Seismic operations shall be permitted offshore from a major resort beach during the span of the high-tourist residence only with the express permission of the Board, and the operations in these areas shall be subject to periodic review by the Board. In the Panhandle and North Atlantic beaches, this is generally inclusive of April, May, June, July, August, September and October. In Southern Florida, the season generally runs from January through April. 9) No shot shall be detonated within one mile of any commercial fishing boat. Grouper and snapper banks shall be avoided wherever possible and if shots must be taken, every care shall be taken to frighten the fish away from the area for the time of detonation. 10) All explosives, caps and primers will be handled and stored in accordance with the regulations of the U. S. Coast Guard Service. 11) Daily reports on such exploration work shall be filed with the Division of Geology, State Board of Conservation by the Conservation Agent at the end of each working period on forms provided by the Division. A separate report must be made for each day whether or not shooting is in progress. These reports must furnish complete information as indicated on the report form and must be signed by the Party Chief and by the Conservation Agent. The Party Chief will furnish only such information to the Conservation Agent as is required to fill out the daily reports. Should the Director of the Division of Geology, State Board of Conservation wish to secure any

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92 FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY other information, he will furnish the Party Chief with a written request. 12) Party Chief shall notify the Director of the Division of Geology, State Board of Conservation, of the date of beginning, of the period of interruption, and of the date of cessation of work in any area, and shall keep the Division of Geology, State Board of Conservation informed of his name and address, and location and movements of the crew or quarter boat. 13) Charges in excess of fifty (50) pounds shall not be used except pursuant to written authorization from the Director of the Division of Geology, State Board of Conservation. Requests for the use of such charges must be made in writing, giving the reasons why such charges are needed, the size of charges to be used, and the depth at which they are to be suspended or buried. Such requests should be addressed to the Division of Geology, State Board of Conservation, P.O. Box 631, Tallahassee, Florida. Should multiple charges be used, the total amount of explosive should not exceed fifty (50) pounds without special permission from the Directorof the Division of Geology. 14) The placing of explosive charges on the bottoms of the water of any area covered by a permit issued pursuant to these regulations is prohibited. All charges not detonated in holes below the bottom must be suspended and detonated at a point not below the level midway between the surface of the water and the substratum underlying such water; or detonated above the surface of the water. No such charges should be detonated nearer the bottom of the water bed than five (5) feet. The requirements of the preceding paragraph shall not apply to trial charges and charges for determining position and water speed; provided that such charges are not over five (5) pounds, and not fired oftener than absolutely necessary.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 49 93 15) All pipe used in geophysical operations must be removed by the party using such pipe to at least six feet below the bottom or water bed before finally leaving the shot-point. 16) All parties using pipe must have clearly stamped at each end of each joint the name or abbreviation of the name of the company using the pipe. 17) All pipes, buoys and other markers used in connection with seismic work shall be properly flagged in the daytime and lighted at night according to the navigation rules of the U. S. Engineers and the U. S. Coast Guard. 18) No explosives shall be discharged within one-half mile of a private or a charter fishing boat operating in the Gulf of Mexico, without notice being given to such boat so that it may move from the area. 19) No shooting will be allowed except in daylight hours so that the Conservation Agent may observe the results of each shot, except that in the discretion of Director of the Division of Geology, State Board of Conservation and on receipt of a written request stating the reasons therefore, special permission may be granted for night shooting. 20) No shooting will be allowed in heavy fog due to danger to boats in close proximity. 21) Persistent gas and water spouts caused by drilling or shooting operations of seismic crews will be stopped by permittee as soon as possible after they occur. 22) Although special exception can be had by application to the Board, the minimum required depths of charges detonated in holes below the bottom or bed of the Gulf of Mexico shall be generally as follows: a) 5 pounds or less ............20 feet below the bottom Up to 20 pounds ............ 40 feet below the bottom Up to 30 pounds ............ 50 feet below the bottom

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94 FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY Up to 40 pounds ........... 60 feet below the bottom Up to 50 pounds .............70 feet below the bottom b) No part of the charge shall be above the minimum required depth. c) These minimum required depths shall not apply to trial charges and charges for determining condition of the weathering layer; provided that such charges are not over five (5) pounds and not fired oftener than absolutely necessary. 23) A fee of $480.00 per month will be charged geophysical operators to be used to pay salary, retirement participation fees, and expenses of each Conservation Agent assigned to crews working in Florida. One-half of this amount, or $240.00, will be charged for any portion of a month less than fifteen (15) days, and for any portion of a month exceeding fifteen (15) days, the geophysical operators will be billed at the full monthly rate of $480.00 per agent. All payments will be made by the geophysical exploration companies directly to the Director of the State Board of Conservation on or before the 20th of each month. No payments for any reason whatsoever will be made by the operators to the Conservation Agents. 24) The Conservation Agent has the right to stop any particular shooting, if, in his opinion, it will violate the above rules and regulations, but does not have the authority to shut down the entire exploration work. If, in the opinion of the Conservation Agent, such violations continue, he will immediately contact the Director of the Division of Geology, State Board of Conservation, and the members of the exploration party will assist him to do this with all the facilities at their disposal. 25) The Party Chief will furnish the Director of the Division of Geology with transportation facilities to enable him to visit the working area, if requested.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 49 95 26) The Party Chief is required to notify the Director of the Division of Geology, State Board of Conservation immediately if the Conservation Agent, is not on the job, and will notify the Director of the Division of Geology if it should become necessary to relieve a Conservation Agent at any time. The Director of the Division of Geology will arrange relief for the agent. 27) No Conservation Agent shall have the right to release any operator from the obligations imposed by these rules and regulations. Exceptions may be granted by the Director of the Division of Geology only after written application setting forth reasons for exception. The release, signed by the Director, will designate the particular area and rule affected and the procedure to be followed in lieu of the established rule. 28) All operators conducting seismic operations shall use reasonable precaution in accordance with approved and accepted methods to prevent destruction of, or injury to, fish, oyster, shrimp and other aquatic life, wildlife, or other natural resources. 29) Operators shall furnish to the Director of the State Board of Conservation, a surety bond with a surety company authorized to do business in the State of Florida in the full sum of Twenty-five Thousand Dollars ($25,000.00) when using more than one field party, or Five Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00) when operating with only one field party. Bond should be filed by the applicant. Bond forms may be obtained from the Director of the Division of Geology, State Board of Conservation. This requirement of a bond shall not be deemed to require a second bond from any operator who has in effect a similar bond for seismic operations within the State of Florida. 30) Any'violation of these or any other valid rules promulgated by the Board of Conservation for the regulation of seismic operations, or the refusal of any operator or its employees to comply fully with all orders and requirements which may be made by the

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96 FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY Board at the time the exploration is conducted, or any attempt to unduly influence any Conservation Agent to abstain from the enforcement of these regulations, shall constitute preemptory cause for the suspension of any permit which may theretofore have been issued, and the permit made the subject of a revocation hearing before the Board. 31) These rules and regulations are subject to change by the Board, after hearing, upon recommendation by the Director of the State Board of Conservation. 32) All correspondence and reports should be addressed to the Director of the Division of Geology, State Board of Conservation, P.O. Box 631, Tallahassee, Florida. Telephone -224-7141, Ext. 685. These rules and regulations are subject to the adjudication procedures and Judicial review as set forth in the Administrative Procedures Act -Chapter 120, Florida Statutes, 1963.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 49 99 STATE OF FLORIDA STATE BOARD OF CONSERVATION ORDER NO. 1 Order concerning the Application of the Sun Oil Company for adoption of rules and regulations and creation of temporary drilling units for the Roberts Pool of the Sunoco-Felda field, Hendry County, Florida. Pursuant to the powers delegated under the laws of the State of Florida, and particularly Chapter 377, Florida Statutes, this case came on for hearing before the State Board of Conservation of Florida at a meeting on November 9, 1964, following legal publication of notice and notice by mail to all interested parties in accordance with the rules prescribed by the Board of Conservation. The following order is issued as being reasonably necessary to conserve the oil and gas resources of the State, to prevent waste as defined by statute, to avoid drilling of unnecessary wells and otherwise to comply with the provisions of the laws of this State. DEFINITION The Sunoco-Felda Field as .used herein is that area of Sections 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, and 33, Township 45 South, Range 29 East, Hendry County, and Sections 4, 5, and 6, Township 46 South, Range 29 East, Collier County, Florida, underlain by the Roberts Pool and such additional lands as are underlain by extensions of the said Pool. The Roberts Pool of the Sunoco-Felda Field, as used herein, shall be defined and construed as being that carbonate section of the Sunniland Formation encountered between 11,420 feet and 11,570 feet sub-surface in the Sun Oil Company No. 1 Red Cattle Company well, located in Section 30, Township 45 South, Range

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100 FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY FINDINGS The State Board of Conservation finds as follows: 1) That the available geological and engineering information with respect to the Roberts Pool is too limited in nature at this time for a determination of the areal extent of the reservoir or to permit the establishment of permanent rules; however, the adoption of temporary rules and regulations for the Roberts Pool appears necessary and desirable to insure orderly development, prevent waste, and avoid the drilling of unnecessary wells. 2) That the limited geological and engineering data available, indicates, for the present, that a drilling unit be temporarily defined as 160 acres. 3) That the separately owned tracts, mineral leases and other property interests within each unit created herein should be pooled and integrated, with each separate tract sharing in unit production from the unit in which it is situated on a surface acreage basis of participation. ORDER NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS ORDERED THAT: 1) Drilling units shall be temporarily set at about one hundred sixty (160) surface contiguous acres. Such units shall consist of either: a) A governmental quarter-section or b) One hundred sixty (160) surface contiguous acres with a tolerance of 10% greater or lesser, and with the distance between the two parts farthest apart not to exceed forty-two hundred (4200) feet.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 49 101 2) Wells shall be located approximately in the center of the drilling unit but in no case shall a well be located closer than six hundred sixty (660) feet to the drilling unit boundary or closer than eighteen hundred (1800) feet to any other well producing from or drilling to the Roberts Pool, as defined herein. 3) That any existing wells located or now drilling in the Sunoco-Felda Field will he considered the well for that unit and a location plat of ownership and acreage, certified by a land surveyor, covering each is required to be filed on or before January 30, 1965. The Sun Oil Company No. 2 Red Cattle Company is specifically approved for the drilling unit upon which it is located, and is hereby made coextensive with'the Northeast quarter of Section 32, Township 45 South, Range 29 East. The Board may grant such other exceptions as herein provided. 4) That the separately owned tracts embraced within the drilling units established by this order be and they are hereby integrated as provided in Sections 377.28 and 377.29 of the Florida Statutes, with each such tract sharing in production from the unit in which it included in the proportion that the number of surface acres covered by such tract and embraced in such unit bears to the total number of surface acres included in the drilling unit. All operations on and production from a unit shall be considered as operations and production from each of the separately owned tracts within each such unit. 5) These rules shall remain in effect for twelve (12) months from the effective date and, after public hearing pursuant to legal notice thereof, permanent rules shall be adopted; at such public hearing, evidence may be produced, if desired by any party or parties, to show cause why a drilling unit should be more than 40 acres. Provided, however, that this temporary rule may be extended for an additional six months upon application therefor to the Board

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102 FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY of Conservation and an administrative finding by them that the same is necessary to acquire additional geological and engineering information. This order shall be effective on and after December 15, 1964. STATE BOARD OF CONSERVATION OF FLORIDA Haydon Burns, Chairman

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FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY CARBONATE CLASSIFICATION LIMESTONE DOLOMITE Original texture nbt Original Texture Altered visibly altered exModerately Stron ly cept by cementation Less than 10% Partially Less than 10-75% More than 75% Original texture and compaction. Dolomite Dolomitized 10% Dolo-GranoDolomite with obliterated. Leas than 10% mite blastic relic texture. More than 75% Dolomite. Dolomite Dolomit Dolomite. Calcilutite Fine grained Carbonate facies Calcilutite Partially rePartiall Crystalline Dolomitic Calcilutitic carbonate 10% impurities of crystallized. Dolomitized. particles. noncarbonate Calcilutite. Calcilutite. Calcilutite Calcilutite Dolomite Major perminerals centage of Impure faces 10Impure Partially carbonate 50% impurities of Calcilutite (Marl) Dolomitized fraction is noncarbonate, clay Impure clay and silt and silt sized Calcilutite size. minerals Sandy facies 10Sandy Crystalline Crystalline 50% clastic nonCalcilutite Sandy Dolomite, carbonate sand Calcilutite with impure sized impurities and sandy Calcarenite applied where Major perCarbonate Calcarenite Dolomitic appropriate. centage of Calcarenite _ rock is comImpure Impure Impure posed of Calcarenite Calcarenitic carbonate Dolomite particles Sandy Sandy 1/16 to 2 Calcarenite Dolomitic' millimeters Sandy w in size. ___Calcarenite__ Calcirudite Major perCarbonate Calcirudite Crystalline centage of _ Calcirudite sediments Impure Impure P artially composed Calcirudite Dolomitized of carbonate _ __ Calcirudite particles Sandy Sandy artially recoarser than Calcirudite crystallized 2 millimeters Sandy 0 in diameter. Calcirudite________

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 49 109 FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY WELL AND LOCALITY DESIGNATION SYSTEM The locality and well numbering system is based on the location of the locality or well, and uses the rectangular system of section, township, and range for identification. The number consists of five parts. These are: 1) a prefix of three letters designating L for locality or W for well and county abbreviation, 2) the quarter/quarter location within the section, 3) the section, 4) the township, and 5) the range. The basic rectangle is the township which is 6 miles square. It is consecutively measured by tiers both north and south of the Florida base line -an east-west line that passes through Tallahassee. This basic rectangle is also consecutively measured both east and west of the principal meridian -a north-south line that passes through Tallahassee. In recording the township and range numbers, the T is left off the township numbers, and the R is left off the range numbers. Each township is divided equally into 36 square miles called sections, and are numbered 1 through 36 as shown on the attached diagram. The sections are divided into quarters with the quarters labeled "a" through "d" as shown on diagram. In turn, each of these quarters is divided into quarters with these quarter/quarter squares labeled "a" through "d" in the same manner. The "a" through "d" designation of quarters may be carried to any extent deemed useful. The location of the well WLn2N-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 40acre 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:

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110 FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY Alachua Aa Lake Lk Baker Bk Lee Le Bay By Leon Ln Bradford Bf Levy Lv Brevard By Liberty Lb Broward Bw Madison Md Calhoun Cn Manatee Mn Charlotte Ch Marion Mr Citrus Ci Martin Mt Clay Cy Monroe Mo Collier Cr Nassau Na Columbia Co Okaloosa Oa Dade Dd Okeechobee Oe DeSoto Ds Orange Or Dixie Dx Osceola Os Duval Du Palm Beach Pb Escambia Es Pasco Ps Flagler Fg Pinellas Pi Franklin Fk Polk Po Gadsden Ga Putnam Pu Gilchrist Gr St. Johns Sj Glades Gl St. Lucie Sl Gulf Gf. Santa Rosa Sr Hamilton Hm Sarasota Sa Hardee Hd Seminole Se Hendry Hy Sumter Sm Hernando Hr Suwannee Sw Highlands Hi Taylor Ty Hillsborough H1 Union Un Holmes Ho Volusia Vo Indian River Ir Wakulla Wk Jackson Jk Walton W1 Jefferson Jf Washington Ws Lafayette Lf

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 49 11 R 2 E 6 5 4 3 2 1 a b c id T 7 8 9 10 II 12 18 17 16 15 14 13 c d 2 19 20 21 22 23 24 Division of a section into quarters of approx. 160 N 30 29 28 27 26 25 acres and division of a quarter section into quarters of approx. 40 31 32 33 34 35 36 acres. SECTIONIZED TOWNSHIP 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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Appendix 9. Data on wells in Sarasota, Charlotte, and DeSoto counties contoured on top of the St. Marks Formation of the Tampa Stage (see figure 6). Depths to tops of geologic formations (feet) (G. R. Gamma Ray Log) Florida (R. Resistivity Log ) Geological Total Surface (S. Samples Survey depth elevation Hawthorn Tampa Suwannee Ocala Avon Park Well number * acquisition No. (feet) (feet) Formation Formation Limestone Group Limestone Source of Tampa Tops. Charlotte County WCh-40S-21E-1 bb WGi-1241 15 (topo) 250 R WCh-40S-21E-2 bc WGi-1243 11 (topo) 261 R WCh-40S-24E-23 cc W -5884 653 15.73 354 R, S WCh-41S-21E-35 ab W -3214 12,722 5.8 463 S WCh-41S-23E-18 da W -103 505 5.05 46 S WCh-41S-23E-15 ad W -810 705 20.09 547 S WCh-42S-23E-17 cb W -979 13,300 *5 695 S DeSoto County WDs-36S-24E-35 ab WGi-1526 65 (topo) 220 R WDs-37S-24E-22 ca WGi-1523 52 (topo) 335 R WDs-38S-24E-23 db W -383 541 46.84 4457 S WDs-38S-25E-2 dd WGi-1524 60 (topo) 340 GR WDs-38S-25E-4 db WGi-1518 63 (topo) 301 GR WDs-39S-23E-30 bd WGi-1517 25 (topo) 260 GR WDs-39S-24E-6 W -2403 350 35 335 R WDs-39S-25E-26 da W -6073 39 (topo) 459 GR, S Sarasota County WSa-36S-17E-1 dd WGi-1494 *5 321 GR WSa-36S-17E-13 db W -5315 820 5.19 20? 340 500? GR, S * This system is described in appendix 8. W'

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Appendix 9 (continuiLd) Depths to lops of geologic formiationI (fefo) (0, R, Gamma Ray Log) Florida (R, Resistiviy Log ) Geological Total Surface (S, Samples ) Survey depth elevation Hawthorn Tampa Suwannee Ocala Avon Park Well number acquisition No, (feet) (feet) Formation Formation Limestone Group Limestone Source of Tampa Tops WSa.36S-l7E-.9 ac W -4486 440 2, 4 20 320? OR, S WSa-36S-I8E-6 db W -4653 430 18.84 surface 375 S WSa-365-18E-6 cd W .5809 347 17.27 28 342 S WSa-36S.l8E-7 bd W -4489 1,240 25.05 400 S WSa-36S-18E-18da, W .2318 615 18.85 surface 34 490 GR, S WSa-365-I8E-18 cc W -5299 600 8.60 315 505 OR WSa-36S-18E-19bd W -4740 420 24. 22 23 383 S WSa-36S-18E-23 aa W -5974 1,203 21.7 25?' To 569 800 1115 GR, S WSa-36S-18E-24bd W -5112 640 26.40 25? 420 580 S WSa-36S-18E-30 dd W -2994 598 19.20 350 565 S WSa.36S-18E-32 aa W -4707 692 20, 24 390 600 S WSa-36S-.1E-32ad W -5813 343 18.40 3-7 S WSa-36S-19E-22 ba WGi-1484 *35 388 GR WSa-36S-19E-22 bb WGi-1483 *35 35 OGR WSa-36S-19E-34 cb W -107 726 27 ?55 570 S WSa-36S-20E-2 da W -6355 1,197 GR WSa-36S-20E-3 cen b W -938 707 78 375 525 GR, S WSa-36S-20E-5 bb W -6279 1,175 100 396 563? 808 S WSa-36S-20E-5 ca W -6381 440 65 365 GR, S WSa-36S-20E-8 cc W -6238 1,500 37G0 R, S WSa-36S-20E-22 cen W -6237 1,074 333? 435? 667 988 S

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Appendix 9 (continued) Depths to tops of geologic formations (feet) (G. R. Gamma Ray Log) Florida (R. Resistivity Log ) Geological Total Surface (S. Samples Survey depth elevation Hawthorn Tampa Suwannee Ocala Avon Park Well number acquisition No. (feet) (feet) Formation Formation Limestone Group Limestone Source of Tampa Tops WSa-37S-17E-12 cd W -4200 355 8.36 23? 235 S SWSa-37S-18E-17 bc W -4947 1,011 19.99 23 267? 560 815 GR, S WSa-37S-18E-18 ba WGi-1480 25_ GR WSa-37S-18E-19 ab W -4739 275 5.90 30 213? S WSa-378-19E-18bb W -3632 550 35.38 65 S WSa-37S-19E-22 cc W -2832 590 12,45 352? S WSa-385-18E-36 W -1897 325 10 235 S WSa-38S-22E-22 da WGi-1486 285? GR W5a-38S-22E-30 cb W -5954 S WSa-39S-18E-12 W -1917 '315 12 35 235 S WSa-39S-21E-25 ab WGi-1442 20 (topo) 248R WSa-39S-22E-32 ac WGi-1443 20 (topo) 25z R U· 1.* , *( -A h^

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