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STATE OF FLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES
Randolph Hodges, Executive Director
DIVISION OF INTERIOR RESOURCES
J.V. Sollohub, Director
1UREAU OF GEOLOGY Robert 0. Vernon,Chief
Information Circular No. 65
OIL AND GAS ACTIVITIES IN FLORIDA, 1968
By
Clarence Babcock
Prepared by
BUREAU OF GEOLOGY
DIVISION OF INTERIOR RESOURCES
FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES
TALLAHASSEE
1970




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Completed manuscript received May 25, 1969 Printed by the Florida Department of Natural Resources
Division of Interior Resources Bureau of Geology Tallahassee
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CONTENTS
Page
Production .1................................... .
Sunoco Felda field................. 1
Sunniland field.................... 6
Exploration ........ .. ..................................... 9
Exploratory drilling.......... ...... 9
Forty Mile Bend area ....... ................................. 9
Florida development and exploratory wells, 1949-1968, inclusive .............. 15
Geophysical activity o.......................................... 15
Offshore ........................................ ....... 15
Mainland ........ ... .................................... 18
Land ....................................................... 18
Rules and regulations ....... .................................. 20
Norphlet (?) discovery, Flomaton area, Alabama .. .. .................... 20
Bibliography ............................................... 23
Appendix .............. ................................... 25
1. Exploratory well information, 1968 ........................... 25
2. Bureau of Geology carbonate classification system .................... 39
ILLUSTRATIONS
Figure Page
1. Florida petroleum exploration and production, 1968 .................. 2
2. Structure map on top of the Sunniland Limestone marker, Sunoco Felda area 5 3. Structure map on top of the Sunniland Limestone, Sunniland field ........ 8 4. Index map of wells in Fotry Mile Bend area, and locations of cross-sections . 11 5. Stratigraphic section A-B, with lithology described from cores, Forty Mile Bend area
......................................Facing page 12
6. Stratigraphic section B-C, with lithology described from cores, Forty Mile Bend area
......................................Facing page 12
7. Stratigraphic section C-D, with lithology described from cores, Forty Mile Bend area
.................................... Facing page 12
8. Stratigraphic section D-E, with lithology described from cores, Forty Mile Bend area
................................................... Facing page 12
9. Structure map on top of the Sunniland Limestone, Forty Mile Bend area . .. 13
10. Offshore Florida State leases, December 31, 1968 .. ................ 19
TABLES
Table Page 1. Monthly production from the Sunoco-Felda oil field, 1967 and 1968, and
year-end cumulative production since discovery, October 9, 1964 . 3
2. Field wells drilled in Florida, 1968 Total field footage: 46,304 feet 4 3. Monthly production from the Sunniland oil field, 1967 and 1968, and
year-end cumulative production since discovery, September 26, 1943 . 6
4. Exploratory footage drilled in Florida, 1968-Total exploratory footage:
79,474 feet monthly .................................... 10
5. The number of exploratory and development wells drilled in Florida, by
years, over the 20-year interval, 1949-1968, inclusive .............. 15
6. Permits for Florida offshore geophysical activity, 1968 .............. 16
7. Geophysical activity on the Florida mainland, 1968 o........... 18
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OIL AND GAS ACTIVITIES IN FLORIDA, 1968 By
Clarence Babcock
PRODUCTION
Sunoco-Felda Field
The Sunoco-Felda oil field, figure 1, the newer of Florida's two currently producing fields, was opened officially to production by the Sun Oil Company on October 9, 1964. It is located in southern Florida mainly in Hendry County, with the southern edge extending into Collier County. As of December 31, 1968 this field contained 28 pumping wells; and the limits of the field to the north, south and east had been defined by 9 dry peripheral field wells, and 3 outpost wells.
Yields from the better wells in the field range from about 200 to 320 BOPD; the gravity of the oil is about 24.5 degrees API. Production from the Sunoco-Felda field in 1968 decreased 9 percent below that of 1967. Table 1 shows production by months for 1967 and 1968, and cumulative production as of December 31, of each of the respective years.
SUNOCO-FELDA FIELD
The Sunoco-Felda field produces on pump from the Roberts zone, which occurs about 65 feet below the top of the Sunniland Limestone (defined by Paul L. Applin, 1960, p. 209) of Lower Cretaceous Trinity Age. The Roberts zone consists of microfossiliferous (miliolitic) limestone reached at depths ranging from about 11,462 feet to about 11,495 feet. It appears that a permeability trap is responsible for oil accumulation in the field. The producing interval in up-gradient wells to the north is tight and yields a large percentage of salt water.
In 1968 field drilling consisted of 34,599 feet penetrated in two producing wells and a dry hole, table 2, all located in the western part of the Sunoco-Felda area; data sheets on these wells are included in appendix 1. The two producers, which on initial production pumping tests yielded a combined total of 187 BOPD (barrels of oil per day) with 249 barrels of water,. are offsets to a commercially marginal step-out located 3 miles west of the main part of the field and completed in 1966. The offset dry hole drilled in 1968 in this western area defines the limit of the reservoir to the north. At the present time the Sun Oil Company has a permit to drill yet another offset, to the south, to production in this area.- This well will be the Sun, No. 28-3 Lee-Cypress "A-i"; it will be located on acreage under lease to the Humble Oil and Refining Company, and drilling of the test should commence in the first part of 1969.




17 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY
lHUMBLENo.l Wessner completed October
15,1968 through perforations at 15,32015,360 feet with a calculated absolute open flow of 30 mm cfgpd with 1,563
barrels of condensate.
POLLARD-FIELD Escambio County, Alobama Discovered:Jan.1952 Cumulative production to Dec3l,1965 9,348,378 barrels
TENSAW-LAKE FIELD
Baldwin County, Alabama discovered by Lee eta[, No.I Smith well completed November 16,1965 in the Paluxy
sand..
On the initial production tests through 0 perforations at 8,382-87 feet flowed
20 B.G.P.0;gr,161, choke 7/64"
+4Rank exploratory wells drilled during 1968 (all plugged and abandoned)
SUNOCO-FELDA FIELD 4 Discovered: October 9, 1964 Cumulative production to Dec3l,1968 COLLIER 3,578,961 barrels
SUNNILAND FIELD DADE
Discovered: September 26,1943 Cumulative productionto Dec.31,1968 11,094,713 barrels
FORTY-MILE BEND FIELD Discovered: February 26,1954 Abandoned: September,1955 Cumulative production 32,888 barrels
NOTE: Development and exploratory drilling in 1968
is shown in Tables2and 4 respectively.
Data sheets for each well drilled are shownin Appendix I
Figure 1. Florida petroleum exploration and production, 1968.




INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 65 3
TABLE 1. PRODUCTION FROM THE SUNOCO-FELDA OIL FIELD BY MONTHS, 1967
AND 1968, AND YEAR-END CUMULATIVE PRODUCTION SINCE DISCOVERY, OCTOBER 9, 1964.
Barrels
1967 1968
January 89,463 73,994 February 80,077 69,621 March 88,105 75,537 April 86,414 75,755 May 86,933 75,121 June 84,032 73,891 July 87,264 77,186 August 80,995 76,488 September 78,436 78,283 October 78,468 75,215 November 7.3,517 69,566 December 69,103 72,373
Production for year 982,807 893,030 Cumulative, previous year 1,703,124 2,685,931
Cumulative, Dec. 31 2,685,931 3,578,961
It may be proven that there is an oil-permeability barrier between the original Sunoco-Felda field and the producing wells in the western part of the Sunoco-Felda area. Figure 2, which is a structure map contoured on top of the Sunniland Limestone marker of the Sunoco-Felda area, shows two plugged and abandoned wells which are structurally high, and which are located between the Sunoco-Felda field proper and the producing wells to the west. These intervening wells produced large quantities of salt water on DST's (drill stem tests) of the Roberts "pay" zone; the results were: Well Drill Stem Test Results
Sun, No. 26-1 Interval: 11,481 11,491 feet (10 feet) Lee-Cypress Chokes: 5/8-inch and 1/4-inch Tool open: 4 hours
Recovery: 6,175 feet of salt water plus 300 feet of very slightly oil-cut fresh water
Pressures: Flowing pressure, 1,500 psi Shut-in pressure, 4,600 psi.
Commonwealth Interval: 11,410 11,483 feet (73 feet) and Gulf Coast Recovery: 5 feet of heavy oil plus 2,300 feet No. 1 Red Cattle of salt water.




TABLE 3, FIELD WELLS DRILLED IN FLORIDA, 1968, TOTAL FIELD FOOTAGE, 46, 304
Initial Produclion
Wel Pumping Test County Company No, Lease Total Depth (feet) (Sunniland Limestone)
A) Sunoco-Felda
fieldI Operated by Sun Producing wells:
Hendry Sun 28-1 Lee-Cypress 11,522 105 I3OPDa w/88 BWPDb Hendry Sun 21-4 Red Cattle "B" 11,488 23,010 82 BOPD w/161 BWPD Dry Hole 187 BOPD w/249 BWPD Hendry Sun 21-2 Red Cattle "B" 11,589 Total, Sunoco-Pelda field 34,599 B) Sunnfland field Operated by Humble Collier Humble 25 GCRCc 11,705 27 BOPD w/320 BWPD
Total Sunniland field 11,705 Total Field Footage, 1968 46,304
1, These wells, along with the Sun, No. 1 Red Cattle Co. "B" producer completed in 1966, are mutual offsets located 3 miles west of present production in the Sunoco-Felda field proper. Future control may prove that the three producers are part of a new field, rather than occurring as an extension of the original Sunoco-Felda field.
2. Abbreviations: a) BOPD is barrels of oil per day. b) BWPD is barrels of water per day. c) GCRC is Gulf Coast Realties Corporation.




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2 oTAremporarlly abandoned /II Permitted ,Nov.12,1968.Will drill first of a969 ,: alt water disposal and field pressure maintenance, Oil- .. ,,permeability bca rler J
- WTo be converted to fresh water i pput well to maintpIn field pressure. ( irginal producerto be abandoned and converted tofreeh~waterin put IR 29 E
-- wetl to mainta in fteldpressure. I,
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6, BUREAU OF GEOLOGY
In the Sun, No. 26-1 Lee-Cypress well the "pay" zone consists of soft limestone which appears to have the porosity characteristics of a classic chalk. The subject section, also, is fairly soft in the Commonwealth and Gulf Coast Drilling Company, No. 1 Red Cattle Company well. The porosity of chalk is extremely good, but the pore spaces are minute. Such rocks may contain water; and it is possible that the original Sunoco-Felda field, and the western part of the Sunoco-Felda area, have a common water drive. But in most cases chalk acts as a barrier to oil migration.
SUNNILAND FIELD
The Sunniland oil field (fig. 1) discovered in 1943 and operated by the Humble Oil and Refining Company, is located in Collier County about 18 miles south of the Sunoco-Felda field.
Production from the Sunniland field in 1968 decreased 0.67 percent below that of 1967. Table 3 shows production by months for 1967 and 1968, and cumulative production for each of the respective years.
TABLE 3. PRODUCTION FROM THE SUNNILAND OIL FIELD BY MONTHS, 1967
AND 1968, AND YEAR-END CUMULATIVE PRODUCTION SINCE DISCOVERY IN 1943.
Barrels
1967 1968
January 56,138 42,592 February 48,766 39,142 March 53,733 44,203 April 50,845 43,211 May 50,394 46,761 June 50,276 47,026 July 50,439 47,789 August 49,196 47,885 September 44,525 46,070 October 47,569 61,032 November 42,780 60,793 December 40,713 54,951
Production for year 585,374 581,455 Cumulative, previous year 9,927,884 10,513,258 Cumulative, Dec. 31 10,513,258 11,094,713
At this time it is thought that 35 million barrels of oil probably is a reasonable figure for the initially recoverable reserves of the field. The oil has a gravity of 19 to 26 degrees API (American Petroleum Institute).
Production in the Sunniland field is obtained from calcareous rock containing disoriented macrofossils (rudistids), which is reached at a depth of about 11,500 feet. Productive zones begin at the top of the Sunniland Limestone and extend to a point about 75 feet lower in the section. The lowermost of the five zons has a bottom-water drive, and is correlative with the productive Roberts zone of the Sunoco-Felda field (unpublished cross-sections by Woodson R. Oglesby of the Division of Geology).




INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 65 7
As shown in table 2, Humble, No. 25 Gulf Coast Realties Corporation well, which reached a total depth of 11,705 feet, was the only Sunniland field well drilled in 1968, well data on this test is included in appendix 1. The initial pumping production test on this marginally productive well, figure 3, completed in the upper "C" zone of the Sunniland Limestone, was 62 BOPD in 368 barrels of fluid. Perhaps the high percentage of salt water in this structurally high edge well located on the north flank of the field is the result of a tilted oil-water contact due to production from the field over many years.
On December 17, 1968, the Humble, No. 26 Gulf Coast Realties Corporation well was permitted. This Sunniland Limestone test, which will be drilled in the early part of 1969, will be located on the southern flank of the field, and about 1,400 feet south of the structurally-high No. 21 well (fig.3), which on IP (initial production) test of the "D" zone of the Sunniland Limestone pumped 376 BOPD, with 35 percent salt water, The newly-permitted No. 26 test may prove to be about on strike with the following field wells which are relatively low in structural elevation:
Humble well Distance and Direction (date of completion) from No. 26 well Comment
No. 8 1,700 feet southeast Flowing IP was 527 BOPD (1946) with 0.4% salt water.
Abandoned in 1966 because
of technical difficulties.
No. 24 3,200 feet northwest IP on pump was 464 BOPD (1965) with 8% salt water.
If the No. 26 test proves to be a good producer, it seems that the No. 9 well, abandoned as a dry hole in 1947, deserves further consideration. Figure 3, shows that the top of the Sunniland Limestone occurs at a sub-sea datum of 11,535 feet, which is 15 feet lower than the No. 24 well which is located about 1,500 feet to the north. Two zones were drill stem tested in the No. 9 well, with the following results:
First DST (zone "A"). Following acidation, several favorable DST's were recorded from this zone. The results of the most conservative DST were: Interval: 11,566 11,570 feet Chokes: -inch top and bottom Working Pressure: 1 2% pounds
Open: 5 hours and 48 minutes Recovery: 8,700 feet of oil, and 30 feet mud Pressures: Flowing, 1,500 psi Shut-in, 4,400 psi




R 29 E R 30 E0
LOCATION
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E UNNILAND
o R t Co,3 o Limesone I.P. of 61
G..R BORD Ln 368 barl .1-1 W-__1 // ,ar
0 EXPLANATION well Corp. 0
SThe Humble, No.25 Gulf
CIO Coast Realties Corp. 1
completed in upper" ;d"_j 1 _1zone of the Sunnilond 9./zr 0
Limestone ([.P. of 62 .RCop5'S1
BORD in 368 barrels + -u& R.
of fluid.) -'"I-162
. Producing well
S New producing wellISc O(Completed 1962 -1965, inc.)
I]Od producing well dee enes
(Re-completed,1963 20
X' P Abandoned producer $wDConverted todisposal well MC" p
0 -. -Plugged and abandoned (initially) 020 Well number 97 x Permitted location forthe Humble, -//,5 Datum below sea level No.26 Gulf Coast Realties Corp., Contour interval 10 feet
to be drilled in early 1969




INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 65 9
Comment: The inflow into the drill pipe is at a rate of about 380 BOPD. However, it will be noted that there is a considerable difference between the shut-in pressure (4,400 psi), and the flowing pressure (1,500 psi); it appears that relatively poor permeability causes the formation to be rather easily "bled-off." There is more disparity between the subject pressures in zone "A" in the No. 9 well than there is in producing wells in the field.
Second DST. The total depth of the electrical log is 11,590 feet, which is shallower than the second DST; therefore log correlation cannot be used to determine the Sunnfland "pay" tested. On the basis of interval, however, it appears the tested interval is the lower part of zone "C ", or the upper part of zone "C2". The tested interval was not acidized.
Chokes: -inch top and bottom Working Pressure: "blow"
Open: 24 hours
Recovery: 1,260 feet of oil cut mud and salt water 4,050 feet of salt water.
Pressures: Flowing, 300 psi Shut-in, 4,250 psi
EXPLORATION
EXPLORATORY DRILLING
As recapitulated in table 4, a footage of 79,474 feet was drilled in 1968 in 9 exploratory wells in Florida (fig. I and appendix 1). Of the total, there was penetration of 56,316 feet in 7 rank exploratory wells, and 23,158 feet in 2 field outpost wells. One of the outpost wells, the Sun, No. 26-1 Lee-Cypress test, is discussed under the "Production, Sunoco-Felda field" heading of this report. The electric-lithologic log, and well data, of the other outpost well, the R-K Petroleum Company, No. 2 1939-1939 S test, are depicted in the cross sections and maps of the Forty Mile Bend area, which are presented in the next part of the report.
FORTY MILE BEND AREA
Two wells of the abandoned Forty Mile Bend field produced 32,888 barrels of oil in 17 months in 1954 and 1955. The Lake Trafford-Punta Gorda intervals in these wells, and in 10 additional tests in the Forty Mile Bend area, all located as shown on the index map of figure 4, are depicted in stratigraphic cross sections A-B, B-C, C-D and D-E, figures 5, 6, 7 and 8. The primary purpose of these sections is to show the top of the Sunniland Limestone, and to integrate lithologic, electrical log, and drill stem test and production data for the included wells.
The carbonate lithology shown in the cross sections of this report are depicted as calcarenite (medium grained limestone) or calcilutite (fine grained limestone); a more complete definition of these rock categories is included in appendix 2, which shows the carbonate classification system used by the Bureau of Geology.




TABLE 4. EXPLORATORY FOOTAGE DRILLED IN FLORIDA, 196 TOTAL EXPLORATORY FOOTAGE, 79,474.
Well
County Company No, Leawe Total Depth (f(et) Comment
A) Dry Wildcat wellsI
Collier Sun I Alico Oil Unit 11,575 Sunnilaznd Limestone test Columbia Bradley I Brunswick P and Pa 3,088 Upper Cretaceous sWd test Columbia Bradley I Cater 3,105 Upper CMetaceous sand test Franklin offshore Mobil I-C FSLb 224-A 14,369 Juramdc test Hernando Davis-Thayer I Davis 6,764 Cretaceous test, reached weathered quarltitic sandstone at 6,720 ft. W
Palm Beach Amerada I Conn. Sugar Corp. 10,905 Frededksburg and Sunnland Limestone teM
Santa Rosa Kirby I Findley-Ard 6,510 Tusc neoos1 tet
Total footsg,=
(dry) wildcat wells 56,316 0
B) Dry Outpost wells C')
Dade R-K Petroleum 2 FSL 1939-1939S 11,603 Trght Sunniland Limestone
C) Sunoco-Felda Outpost well
Hendry Sun 26-1 Lee-Cypress 11,555 Sumzland Limestone test Total footage,
(dry) outpost wells 23,158 Total Exploratory
Footage, 1968 79,474
1. These classifications ae after Lahee, Frederich H. (American Association or Petroleum Geologists, 1944, vol. 28, Table 1, p. 709).
2. Abbreviations: a) Brunswick P and P is Brunswick Pulp and Paper Co. b) FSL Is Florida State Lease.




INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 65 11
A W-4661
A.Sec.2,T48S-R35 E
Palm Beach County
R3E R 35"E R36E
(n 31
36t W-935 36 31
'
1 6
W-5010
V I-836% -1
R Petrol eumC B -- -319 I -8l
No.2 Fla.St, Lse. mpletedD
1939-1939S
D#%n%6 Fb11954)_____ __ ___ VERG ADES
36 31 36 3
I 6 6 NATIONAL
_PARK
F
NOTE: W-2038
All well are 8 _Se.35,T55S-R37E
located in Dade Count
with the exception of W-4661,
_ which is in Palm Beach Co.
36 31 36 311
W-935 Well No., Division of Geology File
%W Abandoned Producer 4 Dry and Abandoned
Figure 4. Index map of wells in Forty Mile bend area, and locations of cross sections.




12 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY
Figure 9 is a structural contour map on the top of the Sunniland Limestone of the report area. This map suggests that the shell reef in the Sunniland Limestone of the four wells in the eastern part of the Forty Mile Bend area (wells W-3174, W-3373, W-3491 and W-8131) was protected from destruction by wave action by its location in the quiet water of a narrow embayment. Also, the map suggests that the relatively large thickness of shell rock in well W-5010 accumulated in a structural low as the result of destruction by wave action of inadequately protected up-gradient shell reefs.
The upper Sunniland Limestone was the commercially productive zone in both of the Forty Mile Bend field wells. Initial production figures, and lithology of the producing zone, are:
Initial Depicted in Well Production Lithology cross-section
Commonwealth 76 BOPD Dolomite A-B (fig. 5) No. I Wisehart with 56% B-C (fig. 6) (discovery well) BS and W
Gulf Oil Co. 112 BOPD Shell C-D (fig.7) No. I FSL 340 with 336 reef bbls. water
The lower Sunniland limestone in the Commonwealth, No. 1 Wisehart well, as shown on cross section A-B (fig. 5) was acidized through perforations at 11,464 11,486 feet and pumped 20 BOPD (230API gravity) plus considerable salt water (Banks, 1960, p. 1740). This zone was not produced commercially in the Wisehart well; nor has commercial production been obtained from it in any Florida well. However, this tight zone contains staining in most of the wells of the southern part of the State, and it is generally believed to be the source rock for most of the oil in the upper Sunniland Limestone. Core analyses after Banks ( 1960, p. 1747) of the lower Sunniland limestone in three wells in the Forty Mile Bend area are presented in cross sections A-B, B-C and C-D ( figs. 5, 6, and 7), and reveal the zone to have very low permeability. The range of residual saturations of oil and water from the subject section in the three Forty Mile Bend area wells was:
Coring Residual Saturations well fluid Oil Water Commonwealth water 25 to 35% 41 to 60% No. t Wisehart
(produced 20 BOPD
from the zone)
Gulf water 4.2 to 6.3% 37.4 to 49.8% No. 2 FSL 340
Commonwealth 9% oil-emulsion 12.1 to 261% 40.6 to 60.7% No. I FSL 1055




W-4661 =- 37 Miles W-935 3.5 Miles W-83187 I Mile W-3054
F:umnle CIL cd RefinCal McCord RK Petroleum Corp. Commonwealth Oil Co
HubeO|coiRfning Commonwardth
NtI State Lease I4 No.1 Damoco No.2 State Lease 1939-1939S No.] Wi ehart-Bd.of Ed.
Palm. Beacli County Dade County Dade County Dod e County
Sec_2-T48S-R 35E Sec.31-T53S-R35E Sec.17-T54 S-R35 E Sec.16-T54S-R35 E
lew 3'"DE T.D.12.800;Drlr. EIev. 17' D.F. T.D.11,885:Drlr. Elev.25:D.F. + T.D.11,595:Drlr. Elev.24'D.F..- T.D.11,551 Drlr.
-.- I2800SrL -4-11,680: Corrected 11,6 hi 1 Schl.
TOP LAKE TRAFFORD FORMATION IW S "S E: R AL
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ANALYSIS ,~ Gray
"-_-__ deada.j! ilstain .
B-a A Braw teTrbtlia
S WSPOROSITYN" IATOLG" "5DST I(II,346"11,390'.To01lopen 4hours. Recovery" 15'of brawn oil, DST I (11,314-il,347'). No cushion. G~od blow.Too open 12 hours. Recovery: | *,-.,,...,. 45 "-- 725"of very slightly oil-cut Salt water, and 2044 of water cushion. 2,1B5 of clean oil (22.7API), 270 of sal water, an~d 95'of rat-hole water
JI ,IESTQ0E uut.OIlfcE aNnuDRsIiE DST I (l1,727-l 1,755) Chokes,4" and8.Tool open 52 minutes. Recovery: Pressures, llydro,5223 psi., IF, l0GTpsii FF,1193 psi1 SIl(30min.), Flared gas 61I/2 hours, flame was 3'long port of thisfime. Pressures: .'- =rene Cuiczluture [Tz;= mo None,due to leak in drill pipe causing unintentional cushion. C 0 U N :T Y9 3799 psi ". .. :.. -IHM,51 15 psi, IF,BB psi, FF, 1028 psi, SI (2 hours),4273psi-,
' zPressures:lIHM,5370psiIlF, Opsi, FF, Opsi jFSI ,5370ps P = C DST 2(l l,470d-11,GO').Tool open:4hours.Recoveryl58'of salt water FfIM, 5115psi.
, 'Jerysox pAdulterated (shutinO minutes). wtn o hse m n3 'ldf : OST 2(ll,751-1 1,765) Chokes,Wandl.Tool open 30 minutes.Recovery: ___ ancuooitn2,O owaccsio.is sHdo,"'ilesfwfelltreode n omth per s, '11,3272-1h,39 ga(cornte
,ad Sh1l Dolomite 210'of very salty formation woter, wilh aslighltrainbow of oil. 5 s. FOOTN26 ESi1 FF, -. 123piSI(- or ,,5 depthsot a raleof 76 BOPOwith 56% BSW. GOR wos75 to I, z _Z~ tdllt Pressures: IH M,5370 psii I F,O psi, FF, 0 psi ,FSI ,O0psi is8i 1B FONOE gravity,-21 .3 API at 60 F
Culcrenite ft1 ShnI rimesulne (shutin minutes) V .._.,-3054 ... ) Ogl~sby Woodsan R.,1965 Other'DSTs 2(ll,346'-1,379)rec.slwter,3(llI,346"l,5OJec25'oil, Discovery Wellh fe "2) ApplinPoul L, iS60, p. B-209 4(11,503-11,551),rec.19'oil. ~j~obBlacki Porous Shal
z :mestwve CROSS SECTION LOCATION- 3) ApplinPaul-L and Applin, Acidized thru perfs all 1,464'-11,4B6'and pumped 20 BPOD{23=AP1) plus
Esther R, 1965 p.39 coniderablesalt waer ( Banks,1960,p.760).
.Figure-5 Stratigrapic section TA-B,with thologY:
idescrbed frorm oies, Forty Mile Bend area.-L::::




W-3054 ,o- 0.5 Mies 3--W-7336 ..25Miles -50O0 2.33 Miles W-S131
B) Camoo hnfW i Co. Serio Oil Compan. Commonwealth Oil Co. N RKPetroleum Corp
No. I Wisear-IBddEd.iN. S 1993S
Nat CetB No.1 FSL 1939-_19 S No.1, StateLease1055 No.1 State Lease 1939-19395
e -5SRE Dade County Dade County Sec:181D54Sony Se T6I. 415Rr5*.Sec.15-T54S-R 35E Secq11-T54S-R35E DdeCTounty
21 ,558'SchI. Elev.2UD.F. T.D.1,612'Dr rElev.23;D. F.. T.D.11,75Drlr. Elev.24D.F. T.D.11 510'Drlr
+J .1 % ch ,-- I t T O P- + -g " i- ,, 11.676 S !.h +. +11 4 2 .c l
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STST Ton UN ILAN
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-- Recovery: 5' odil.;2Ot00l32 Lz 3:L l ST {l;5 4'11w7')Toloen 0mn. ecvei.20 on-ctm d372'Mdeollsaflt- .. watedltroe
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- W-t131 One-quarter mile _-W -3174 < One-half mile One-half mile > W-3373 @ K Peroeum Corp Gulf Oil Corp. Gulf Oil Corp.- Gulf Oil Corp.
fSL 19394939 S No.1 FSL 340 No.3 FSL340_ No.2 FSL340
,cde County, Dade County Dade County Dade County S' iS-T4,- R3& E Sec.18-T54S-R36E Sec.l19T54S R36E Sec.1-T54S- R 36E
T.DH.5~iG~rlr. Elev. T.D.11,352',DIr. T.D.11,615Drlr. Elev.18D.F. T.D. 11,597: Drir.
T_ 1,49 hI. _ .:hI. 18TOP:LAKETRAFFORDFM, Eev.18', D.4- 11,6 5ESch. T. D. 11,Drr.
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Inpesitct io Resistivity Rssmt
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_4 LAREF aggegoea shellI molds,
_ - Shellmolds fewchemid acdlcite N Jnoad calcite or rudistid careusr crystals.Very molds. I C I )-, 4, I good pe m eobi ity. C
"' odrbtCORE ANALYSIS eniporositya
ST i( OST(,32 1-1,334). Choes" and -Tool Dorea hours d permeability.
Recovery:9060'fluidmos |.y oil (20% A andWotbottom, DarkGray after BANKS(1960, p.1747) r?5,ItJ and 2%watershake.outotbotom).Pressure: IHM,5129psi; .- .. Residualliliolitic ,-waolir 1F, 1825 psi ; FF,3915 psi; FHM; 5129psi. on E! Z E_ ReSaturation IPTest: Pumped from the open hole, 11,46-1,352', an amount of -l Water Block 112 BOPD ith336 barrels of water.GOR,SO tol gravity, e _%
-.- 21.7APIat6OF. Thiswellwasnotacidized. 1Bl4ck 0.Depth Gr..0 4 Tan II,499' 0210.4 5.0 49.8 1
i Orbitolinas
Wat-e- 4.W s on,2OO Tool open 10 hour& .E
O rbitolinas Ga
SSHOWS POROSITY Brown 1,566 0.0 7.2 72.0 266 \ C
34_ER_ 3 E *Oil saturated ST Stain- v Vuggy p Pinpoint TOPy
,Very heawylstain C CutwithHCI PUNTA G E '___ __.eeyan yisti C uut L 71ntercrystalline F Fracture PUT ORDA oua .: "r a .... ad bleedingoil C. Cut with CC l4 z:7nersaieFFatr ANHYDRITE e -----
ST Heavy stain d Dead oil481- 5 LITHOLOGY DST I(ll 490'-l 154'). Chokes T and"No water cushin'Slight DST(Il,42"l346')'Chokes-d"No watercashion blow.Tool open 5--hours. Recovery:30 od,390'salt waler. DST2".a.d Pressures, top bomb: IF,45 psi; FF, l70psi; no SI; FHM, 1k 17 LIMESTONE DOLOMITE ANHIYDRITE Good-blow.Tool open9hours. Recovery 30' dar'kbrown 5210psi. Pressures, bottom bomb:lHM,5305psiIF,128pi1 Calcerenite Calcilutite 1 2mmn oil,2370'saltwater. Pressures-Flowing,1036psi. FF,215 psij Sl (15 min ),357 psi FHM,4880psi. :4-. .... ...--"o Very soft SI,5208psi Hydro,5450psi. DST 2 ( 1,554- I 591) Chokes,-n-. ery weak hlowfor 2 seC.
Modrael sof Adlertd Tool open 3'f hours,oat3 hourrs re-sein lse ol uyHrd D: Sholyolomite Recovery:3oil"2'saltwater. C T _ lciliuitic Shaly Limestone.
I:r= l:: c a~renite 1"
3a :s i | z | Anhydritic Limy Shale
, .R -SEOC LOC TION Limestone ...y.hal
. Figureaj -Sfgc section C de, with litholo'y
described ft0io cres, Forty .Mile, Bedarea.'




W-3373 6.75Miles ...W-889 C t6 25Miles W,2O38
Gulf 01f Corp. HumbleOiland Refining Co. Co~stoJ Petroleum Co.
No.2 FSL 340 No.1 Trustees of I.I.F. NO1 FSL 340-A
Dcae Court Dade County Dade C county Sel-5SE6 .30-T55S-.1R3.. E ::Sec.25-T55S-R37E.
Sec19-F DII9E Elec,.D.1J,789'Drlr. Elev.33D.F. T.D. 11 520"Drlr.
5 I F.! D F T D_ "(! IJt. Ele D..i
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SP RESISTIVITY \....TOP LAKE TRAFFORD FORMATION"*" ."
S;,P P TO'R ESI TI 36E R37E
ST M~crutassi -ISNtoc s ------SDST
Brown. D A D Es
CORE ANALYSIS -\..,. 31 36 31 hG I--" offer Banks
- RiEFid (196 -T77)Bon TGa 0C U N
. ...... \ ...-6-t- ---- 2,38..... i-SHOWS POROSITY Oil saturated ST Slain v Vuggy p Pinpoint Ton. Veryheavyoilsoin .C CutwithHCl 7lnercrysalline I4: :,i !\ -and bleeding oil C 6ut with CCI4
-____ 0 S .I / TOP PUT GOD ANHYDRIT'E' -. LITHOLOGY
" i- : -LIMESTONE DOLOMITE ANHYDRITE
-OST".I (IO,775'-10,783'). Chokes,bolhf.Sightlblow at top increased slightly during entire Calcarenite Calcilutite Common
_:1. ,t;;'io-- 1'i oI e~n-", ~rruha S 54,7--1225'at Chksa and .8'.Tol open 6 hour, test. Tool open 24 hours. Recovery, 20 of oil-and- gas-cut drilling mud,and 2180' at FF Very soft I. L.~Lt
:h7 l..i~4~ Tool ke Tandxi- l u Nreor. qu.aslilandOT Recvr,19LI252'0 Csiotand T7'0 mu asail oer (149,000 ppmnCl). Pressures, IHM,51oo'psiiF,O Opsi FF,15OOpsi;FHIM,5IOOps; y.,uModerotelysoft,. -Adulterated
3.t.sl sail waler. Prsssuxes, tapboinb, IF,45psi; FF,170 OST 2 (11,414'-l1,426'l Chohes~-and- 'Tool open I haur and DST2(lO,933-io,945').Chokes,boh-. Openedan osdto fie ihnolo. o --- Hr SoyDlmte
i, | F4M,5Zlags. Prss batom bomb: IHM, 50Ominutes. Recovery: 5500' of soal waler, and 390' at -open 30 minutes.Rcvr20'o mud wilh ndose toolw Pressue wIhn1opi blowig Tol lidHr S ayDlmt
: C~ :x mud wjlh sall waler. OpeioFHM,550 psi. no shwPesrsIMSS slwn, ___ Calcilutitic .
. .. ..p...M-- Calcorenite M dShaly Lmestone "-:.1 :._ t Chks,o=nI4- Very, weak blow tar OST 3 1152-t,4).Cokes~ond-. Tool open minutes. DST3 (10,65'1977 L... .....Faint blow slopped in 4 hours.Tool open 4t-burs.. Recovery: Anhydritic F T~ Limy hae
:? .Tool oteh ..- at 3 hours re-set and Recovery? 5500 ot sall waler,aend 30' of mud. 300' at slightly oil-and-gas-cut drillng mud1 the mud had a Baroid gas r eading of .Limestone L...
,*=,,,, ?'i| Recwt 3afI l. 2atsaltwaer. 4 units, and a salinity of 6,400 ppm. Pressures: IHM, 5200O psi; Flawing, O-I75psi; ... ..
FHM, 5200 psi. --Figure@ 8. Ttairpi eto -,wt ihlg described frm orsFotyMie en aea
:0 .
Cr 25 30
-B r ..p Ton. .
!rwn- 31 36 31 Co"011.




INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 65 13
Well-4661
Ce.-h8S-R35E .-
Palmi Beach County
.... I ,,00U0- ..
Contoriu~~top-~\ -I 1420 --11,44 0-.
C ntouring Stops
R34E R_ R35E., )' 31R 35
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No.2 Fla. St. Lse. Discovery
1939-1939S W If /l49
.- P and A (-1152)- 3~2
May5,1968 RGL
ii E V E R 6 L A 0 E S "/0 "
S 6 6
N A T I0 N A L
LEGEND
LW93 I iiG. E N i
W-935 Well No.Bureau of Geology File _"___. ."Abandoned producer i%-.. c--o-Dry and abandoned _""_lShell reefsper sections B-C and C-D 'T 3 3
- Weils containingshell reefs P- ', W-2038
_ PA R K Iw889 Sec.35-T55 S-R37E (12')Thickness of reef 11, (_358)4Y \ \bI,292)Datum, top of the Sunnila nd Limestone 11.25 Miles
36 31 36 31
Figure 9. Structure map on top of the Sunniland Limestone, Forty Mile Bend area.




14 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY:
It will be noted that a high residual water saturation in the Commonwealth, No. I Wisehart well was associated with the accumulation of heavy crude oil. Also, the electrical log does not indicate a clear oil-water contact. It is possible that in this tight limestone section the water is not separated from the heavy, viscous oil, but occurs as connate water which is closely bound with the oil.
Two wells in other areas of southern Florida which have had good drill stem test recoveries from the lower Sunniland Limestone are:
I. The Humble No. C-1 Gulf Coast Realties Corporation well, which was located about 4 miles south southwest of Lake Trafford, and in Collier County. The results of three drill stem tests of the subject section in this well were:
DST No. 1 (11,918 11,938 feet). Top and bottom chokes, 5/8 inch. The tool was open 28 hours. Recovery was 660 feet of oil (API gravity, 20.4 degrees),and I50 feet of oil-cut mud. DST No. 2 (11,906 11,950 feet). Top and bottom chokes, 518 inch. The tool was open 36 hours. Recovery was 2,325 feet of oil, and 528 feet of oil-cut mud. DST No. 3 (11,906 11,950). Prior to this test the open hole from 11,924 11,940 feet was perforated with 72 shots. Then the DST interval was acidized with 2,500 gallons. The tool was open 43 hours. Recovery was 4,320 feet of oil-cut mud, and 2,790 feet of salt water.
2. The Humble, No. 1 Kirchoff well, which was located just south of Fort Myers, and in Lee County. Results of a drill stem test of the lower Sunniland Limestone were:
Interval: 11,819 11,928 feet ( 109 feet) Chokes: 5/8 inch
Tool open: 37h hours
Recovery: 75 feet (I barrel) of oil with a gravity of 28 degrees, and 225 feet
of oil-and-gas-cut mud.
Pressures: Initial Hydrostatic, 5,710 psi
Initial Flowing, 68 psi Final Flowing, 180 psi
Shut-in, 180 psi
Final Hydrostatic, 5,710 psi




INFORMATION.CIRCULAR NO. 65 15
FLORIDA DEVELOPMENT AND EXPLORATORY WELLS, 1949-1968, INCLUSIVE
The number of wells drilled over the 20-year period ending December 31, 1968 is-shown in Table5.
TABLE 5. THE NUMBER OF DEVELOPMENT AND EXPLORATORY
WELLS DRILLED IN FLORIDA, BY YEARS, OVER THE 20-YEAR INTERVAL, 1948-1968, INCLUSIVE.
Year Development Exploratory
1949 4 21 1950 1 10 1951 3 1952 10 1953 1 30 1954 2 29 1955 27 1956 13 1957 9
1958 7
1959 11 1960 5 1961 8
1962 2 3
1963 5 1964 5 5 1965 26 6 1966 5 11 1967 10 1968 4 9
Total 50 232
GEOPHYSICAL ACTIVITY
OFFSHORE
Apparently in anticipation of a possible Federal Oil and Gas Lease Sale of Gulf of Mexico water bottoms adjacent to Mississippi, Alabama and Florida at some future date, Florida offshore geophysical activity which began in 1963 has continued through 1968. The number of permits .for each of the past six years have been: 5 in 1963, 7 in 1964, 10 in 1965, 13 in 1966, 23 in 1967, and 19 in 1968.
For the 19 permits issued in 1968, table 6 records the "estimated" period of work, the type survey, the perittee, and the approximate area of the activity. Most of the permits were for work to be concentrated over State and Federal waters between Apalachicola-and Pensacola; and in addition, a considerable amount of Work was to be done along the Florida escarpment extending north northwest from the Florida keys.




TALE 6, PERMIT$ FOR FLORIDA OFFSIIORE GEOPtIYSICAL ACTIVITY, 1968
Permit NoApproximate
and "Estimated" Type Permittee Offshore (Dite) Period Survey (Client or Contractor) Location
61 Jan. 15-Apr. 15, '68 Non-explosion Western Geophysical Co. Pensacola-Port St. Joe Jan. 9, '68) Ext'd, to July 16, '68 Reflection (Self) Comp'l. June 19, '68
62 Jan. 29-Mar, 29, '68 Non-explosion Western Geophysical Co. Pensacola Port St. Joe Jan. 30, '68) Ext'd. to April 13, '68 Reflection (Humble) Comp'l. Mar. 24, '68
63 Mar. 7-May 7, '68 Vibroseis Continental Oil Co. Daytona Beach. Savannah, Ga. (Feb. 20, '68) Ext'd. to Aug. 7, '68 (Delta Exploration Co., Inc.) 64 June 1, 68-Aug. 31, '68 Sparker Shell Oil Co. 2 miles offshore from Fernandina Beach
(May 21, '68) Ext'd. to Sept. 30, '68 (Self) Comp'L Sept. 6, '68
65 Compl. about July 15, Velocity survey at Mobil Oil Corp. Mobil, No. 1 FSL 224-A, Farm C well,. (June 4, '68) 1968 the Mobil, No. 1 (Century Geophysical Co.) offshore from Franklin Co.
FSL 224-A, Farm
C well
66 June 15-Sept. 15, '68 Non-explosion Teledyne ExpL Co. Pensacola Port St. Joe June 11, '68) Ext'd. to Nov. 1, '68 Reflection (Self) 67 Sept. 16-Nov. 5, '68 Sparker Shell Oil Co. Latitude of Cape St. George to, the Florida (Sept. 10, '68) Ext'd. to Jan. '69 (Self) Keys (to include Florfda EscarpmentP 68 Sept. 16-Oct. 15, '68 Hydrosein Shell Oil Co. South of Pensacola (Sept, 18, '68) (Self) 69 Oct. 1, '68-Mar. 31, '69 Non-explosion Teledyne Expl. Co. Port St. Joe St Petersburg (Sept. 24, '68) Reflection (Self)




Table 6., cont...
70 Sept. 24-Dec. 24,, '68 Non-explosion Western Geophysical Co. South of Pensacola (Sept. 24, '68) Reflection (Self) 71 Oct. 4, '68-Apr. 3, '69 Hydrosein Shell Oil Co. Pensacola Port St. Joe (Sept. 27, '68) (Self) 72 Oct. 3, '68-Feb 3, '69 Non-explosion Western Geophysical Co. Cape San BIas-St. Petersburg (Oct. 4, '68) Reflection (Self) 73 Oct. I0-Nov. 9, '68 Non-explosion Mobil Oil Corp. 500-mile N-S line, Savannah, Ga (Oct. 14,68) Comp'L Oct. 16, '68 seisnfc gravity (Self) Florida Keys and magnetics,
(Nov. 13, '68) (Self)
75 Nov. 18, '68-May 17,. '69 Sparker Shell Oil Cob Latitude' of Brooksville, to that of'Sarasota, (Nov. 13, '68) (Self). (to include Florida Escarpment), 76 Nov. 15-Dec.31, '68. Vibrosei Delta Exploration Co6 Daytona Beach-Savannah; Ga., (Nov. 13, '68) (Speculative) 77 Dec 3, '6&Mar. 3. '69 Non-explosion Western: Geophysical Co. Pensacola-Panama City (Dec. 3, '68) Reflection (Mobil Oil Corp.) 78 Dec. 10, '68-Mar. 10,, '69 Vibroseis Seismograph Service Corp. Cape San Blas-Ptnta Gorda (Dec.. 17, '68) (Self), 79 Dec. 23-3'1, '68' Non-explosion Mobil Oil Corp. 1 SW-line SW of Cape San Bias (Dec.. 17, '68) Seismic (Self)
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18 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY MAINLAND
Six operating companies which conducted geophysical surveys on the Florida mainland in 1968, with the counties in which the work was done, contractors used, and the crew weeks of activity, are shown in Table 7.
TABLE 7. GEOPHYSICAL ACTIVITY ON THE FLORIDA MAINLAND, 1968.
Operator Crew (and County) Contractor Weeks
Humble Self 4 (Escambia) Also Ray Geophysical Pan American Central 14 (Santa Rosa)
PhilLips 3 (Collier)
Shell 8 (Charlotte and
Hendry)
Texaco Self 17 (Orange)
Total Crew Weeks, 1968 46
LAND
Figure 10 shows the location, and a tabulation of lease information, for Florida's two current offshore State leases. The mineral rights of both of these leases, containing a combined total of 3,910,460 acres, are held by the Coastal Petroleum Company, and the annual rental received by the State from these leases is $49,614.40.
Also, Coastal holds State Mineral Lease No. 248 on II lake bottoms of Florida containing a combined total of 660,736 acres, including Lake Okeechobee, with 467,200 acres; the annual rental on this lease is $19,985.92.
During December, 1964, an agreement was concluded by Coastal Petroleum with Mobil Oil Corporation, approved by the Trustees of the Internal Improvement Fund of Florida, covering Coastal's two leases of State offshore acreage (No. 224-A and No. 224-B) and of mainland water bottoms (No. 248). Under this agreement Mobil may earn a 50 percent interest in oil, gas and sulphur in the three leases, and a 50 percent interest in certain other mineral rights in certain areas of the two offshore leases when and if it has spent $10 million in exploration and drilling on the properties, or has concluded a prescribed exploration and drilling program through 1974, whichever occurs first.




INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 65 19
ot. 4f 4
A J G P'
/1tY "Iv- 4"-.
At the request of the U.S. 1'' o''
Department of Defense, I ,Y...
the State leasing restriction ,,,' .. .,.
of 1963 renewed in ..i .
SUL~~-00 IULLA1
March,196 .N' "*-'-4
Departentof J
themSate leaingresricion" '
o 193ease Arene e ientl routn "
//
224-A 1,93b,10 $22,56,.40 nigti
0c
aL
224- B 1,974,360 $27,048.00 one-eighth (.j _.
Total 3,910,460 Sa9,e4.40
Lease outlines are approximate
Figure 10. Offshore Florida State leases, December 31, 1968.




20 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY
The State's jurisdiction extends 10.36 miles from the mainland on most of the west coast, and 3 miles from shore on the east coast. All of this acreage, with the exception of that shown on figure 10 to be leased to Coastal, and the relatively small amount of restricted acreage located offshore from northwestern Florida, is available for lease.
Current figures on acreage leased on the Florida mainland in addition to that held under State Lease No. 248 by Coastal are not available to this office. In 1965, however, these figures totaled 3,075,219 acres.
RULES AND REGULATIONS
State Board of Conservation Order No. 7 approved the Polling Agreement for the unitization of the Sunoco-Felda field, as submitted by the Sun Oil Company, owner of all of the working interest in the Unit Area.
As provided by Order No. 7 and associated documentation, the terms of which became effective October 1, 1968, Sun will inject fresh water into the aquifer of peripheral wells of the Roberts Pool of the Sunoco-Felda field to conserve reservoir energy. The Roberts Pool is defined as occurring between 11,420 feet and 11,570 feet subsurface in the Sun, No. 1 Red Cattle Company well To accomplish this two and perhaps three dry or marginally productive wels will be converted into injection facilities in the near future. These new facilities will supplement a single salt water injection well for pressure maintenance as authorized in 1966 by State Board of Conservation Order No. 4; this original facility was installed without a unitization agreement.
The unitization accomplished by Order No. 7 was ratified by more than 94 percent of the royalty owners in the Unit Area, which contains 22 producing wells in the field. Not included are 6 wells located to the west of Sunoco-Felda field proper.
In connection with this unitization for the Sunoco-Felda field, separate ownerships within the Unit Area will be combined, with each royalty owner in the unit to receive an equitable share of the unitized subtances produced.
Unitization as authorized by Order No. 7 will prevent waste of the oil and gas the correlative rights of interested parties.
NORPHLET (?) DISCOVERY
FLOMATON AREA, ALABAMA
The Humble Oil and Refining Company offically completed their No. 1 Wessner et al Flomaton area discovery well on October 15, 1968. The location of this test is; Section 14 Township 1 North-Range 8 East (Survey: northeast quarter of the northeast quarter of the section). This site is about 4 miles north of the Escambia County, Florida boundary line.




INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 65 21
Production was through perforations at 15,320 15,360 feet in a Norphlet (?) sand section. Calculated absolute open flow was 30 million cubic feet of gas per day with 1,563 barrels of condensate (48.3 degrees API gravity). Gas constituents of the gas recovery were: 44.8 percent hydrocarbon gases, 47.3 percent carbon dioxide, 6.9 percent hydrogen sulphide, and I percent nitrogen.
This well bottomed 1 feet of salt at a depth of 15,383 feet.
On December 31, 1968 the Humble, No. I Loper test, located about 1 1/3 miles south southeast of the discovery well, was drilling below 14,894 feet.




INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 65 23
BIBLIOGRAPHY
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, 2p., I fig.
Applin, Paul
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, 82 p., 53 fig., 11 plates and 2 tables. Banks, Joseph E.
1960 Petroleum in Comanche (Cretaceous) section, Bend area, Florida: Am. Assoc.
Petroleum Geologists Bull., v. 44, no. 11, p. 1737-1748, 5 figs., 4 tables.
Oglesby, Woodson R.
1965 Folio of South Florida Basin, a preliminary study: Florida Geol. Survey Map
Series No, 5.







INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 65 25
APPENDIX I
EXPLORATORY WELL INFORMATION, 1968




COLLIER COUNTY
Total
Division of Commenced Depth Elevation Geolony No. API No. Well Name (Completed) (feet) (feet)
W-8385 09-021-20004 Humble Oil and Refining Co. Nov. 6, '67 11,705 19.3 Ground No. 25 GuLf Coast Realties Corp. (Apr. 15, '68)
Location:
Sec. 19 T485 R30E (990' from North line, and 990' from East line of the section)
Remarks:
A. Subsurface record:
1) Initial production on pump from the Sunniland upper "C" through perforations 11,569-11,577 feet (IES)was 62 BOPD included in 368 barrels of flid per day. Gravity, fe. 8 degrees. ar
2) Casing Program:
20" at 233' in 26" hole with 400 sacks of cement 13 3/8" at 1, 394' in 18" hole with 650 sacks of cement 9 5/8"at 3, 714' in 121" hole with 400 sacks of cement 5j .at 11,700' in 8" hole with 450 sacks of cement
3) DST: None




COLLIER COUNTY
Total Pz I
Division of Commenced Depth Elevation 0 Geology No. API No. Well Name (Completed) (feet) (feet)
W-8490 09-02i-20005 Sun Oil Co. Aug. 14, '68 11, 567 46.60 DF No. I Alico-State Oil Unit (Sept. 16, '68)
Location:
Sec. 5 T46S R30E (1343.3' FWL and 1397. 1' FNL of the section)
This location is 4j miles directly east of the Sun, No 1-A
The Collier Co. producer, which is the most southeastern well of the field.
Remarks: z
A. Subsurface record: 0 1) Temporarily abandoned.
2) Casing program:
20" in 26" hole at 85' w/200 SX 13 3/8"in 17j' hole at 1139' w/650 SX 9 5/8" in 12*" hole at 3546' w/200 SX




1.J
0
COLUMBIA COUNTY
Total
Division of Commenced Depth Zlevation Geology No. API No. Well Name (Completed) e (fet) feet)
W-8586 09-023-20001 Bradley No. 1 Brunswick Pulp July 24, '68 3, 100' 96 DF A and Paper Co. (Aug. 14, '68) (shale)
C
0
Location:
Sec. 18 T6S R17E (center of the SW/4 of the NE/4)
0
Remarks: r
A. Subsurface record: 0 1) PandA
2) Casing program: 13 3/8"at 151' in 17k" hole with 200 sacks of cement
8 5/8" at 1,410" in 1211 hole with 750 sacks of cement
3) Plugging details Set 117' of cement in bottom of 8 5/8" casing, and 100 feet below. Top of plug was tagged.




COLUMBIA COUNTY
Total
Decision of Commenced Depth Elevation Geology No. API No. Wel Name (Completed) (feet) (feet)
W-8585 09-023-20003 Bradley Nov. 23, '68 3115 79. 5 DF No. 1 Carter (Dec. 6, '68) 0
JLocation:
Sec. 25 T6S R16E (center of the SW/4 of NFZ/4)
Remarks:
A. Subsurface record: 1) Pand A
2) This well was drilled primarily to test the clastics of the lower C.4 part of the Upper Cretaceous section.
3) Casing program: Z 13 3/8" in 17*" hole at 151l
8 5/8" in 12*" hole at 1400' LA
4) Plugging details
Set 70 sacks of cement at 1283'-1510'
Parts of the hole not cemented were filled with drilling fluid with a weight of 9. 2, and a viscosity of 36.
Set 10 sacks of cement in top of the 8 5/8" casing




PAPE1 COUNTY
Total
DWsion Qf Commenced Depth Elevation Gsoloj% -No. A PT No. Well Name (Completed),_.. (feet), (feet
W.8387 090ZS-Z000Z RK Petroleum Corp. Apr, 8, 1968 11,603 25 DF No. 2 Florida State Lease 1939-1939S (May 10, 1968)
Location'
Sec. 17 T54S R35E (460' from the South line, and 660'1 from the East line of the section)
Remarks:
A. Subsurface record 1) PandA
2) The Mobil Oil Corporation, which holds leases in the Pinecrest area to the west of 0 this State acreage, contributed substantially to the drilling of this test.
3) Casing program
20" at 120' in 24" hole with 280 sacks of cement 13 3/8 "at 1,054' in 17" hole with 650 sacks of cement 9 5/8"at 3, 759' in 12*" hole with 250 sacks of cement
4) Plugging cLetails
11,300 11,562' Set 116 sacks of cement 3,858 11,300' Drilling fluid 3, 658 3, 858 Set 80 sacks of cement 30 3, 658 Drilling fluid
0 30 Set 10 sacks of cement
Also, grouted 25 sacks of cement over a 75-foot interval of the anulus between the
9 5/8" and 13 3/8" casings.
5) DST No. 1 at 11, 346'-l 1, 390' Open 4jhours. Bottom-hole closed-in pressure, 3, 799 psi. Recovery 15' of brown oil, 725' of salt water and 2, 044' of water cushion DST No. 2 at 11, 4701-11, 603'. Open 4 hours. Bottom-hole closed-in pressure, 2, 656 psi. Recovery 158' of salt water and 2, 000' of water cushion.




FRANKLIN COUNTY
Total
Division of Comnenced Depth Elevation Geology No. API No. Well Name (Completed) (feet) (feet)
09-683-Z0003 Mobil, No. I Florida May 17, '68 14, 369 33 DF State Lease 224-A, Farm C (juLy 15, '68)
Location:
North 420 03' 47" East 21, 639. 31 feet from Tri-Station St. George Lighthouse which is at
latitude 290 35' 14. 67" and Longitude 850 02' 49. 505"
and z South 770 36' 49" West 26, 640. 09 feet from Tri-Station Cedar which is at Latitude 290 381 51. 982" and
Longitude 840 55' 11. 533" 1




HENDRY COUNTY
Total
Division of Commenced Depth Zlevation Oeoloy No. API NO. Well Name (Completed) (feet) Festt)
W-8434 09-051-0001 Sun Oil Company .May 21, 68' 11,549' 55 Dr No. 26-1 Lee-Cypress (June 25, '68)
Location:
Sec. 26 T45S R28E (1331.4' from North line, apd 1324 6' from E line of the section)
Remarks:
A. Subsurface record:
1) P and A
2) Casing program
20" at 108' in 26" hole with 230 sacks of cement 13 3/S" at 1147' in 17j hole with 950 sacks of cement
9 5/8" at 3555' in 12*" hole with 200 sacks of cement
3) Plugging details
Set cement plug at 11, 2491011, 549' Set 100' of cement inside, and 100' of cement outside of 9 5/8" casing, or from 3455'-3. 655' Cut and recored 80 joints of 9 5/8" casing Set 100' of cement inside, and 100' of cement outside of 13 3/8" casing, or from 1, 047'-1, 247' Set 10 sacks of cement in the top of the 13 3/8" casing
4) DST at ll,481'-11,49L' with 5/8" and *" chokes. Open 4 hours. Working pressure, 0. Bottom-hole pressures: flowing, 1500 psi; closed-in, 4600 psi. Recovery, 300' very slightly oil cut fresh water, 6175' of salt water (chlorine, 125, 000 ppm).




HENDRY COUNTY
Total ,O,
Division of Gozimenced Depth eaon Z Geology No. API No. Well Naxe (Co!Mlet.d) (feet) (feet) ,
W-8609 09-051-Z0002 Sun, No. 28-1 Lee-Cypress Xuly 5 '68 11,479 48.5 DF (Aug. 31, '68)
Location: z
Sec. Z8 T45S R28E (1330. 5 from North line, and 1, 129.3' from the East line of the section. This is 0
200' East of the center of the NE/4 of the section).
Remarks:
A. Subsurface record:
-1) Initial production on pump through perforations at 11,486'-11,489' an amount of 105 BOPD with 88 barrels of salt water. The GOR ratio was 70 to 1. The corrected gravity was 25. 2 degrees API at 60 degrees temperature. The ptump was working at a rate of 94 strokes a minute, with a 100-inch stroke. P
2) DST at 11,470'-11,4791 with 3/8" and i" chokes. Water cushion, 2000 feet. Bottom hole pressures were: Flowing: 3. Z34 psi
Closed-In: 4.931 psi
Recovery was 3, 000' of sweet gas, 254' of clean oil, 1, 800 of oil cut with gas and fresh water




HENDRY COUNTY
Total
DIVislon of Cotmenced Depth Elevation Geology No. Apr No. Well Name (Completed) (feet) (foet)
W-7804 09-051-20004 Sun Oil Co. Nov. 16, '68 11,582 50 DF No. 21-2 Red Cattle Co. "B" (Dec. 15, '68)
Location: Sec. 21 T45S R28E (1219.4 from West line, and 1, 218. 3 from North line of the section. This places the well 150' Northwest of the center of the NW/4 of the section.
Remarks:
A. Subsurface record:
1) Temporarily abandoned
2) Casing program
20" at 108' in 26"hole with 200 sacks of cement 13 3/8" at 1, 169' in 17 hole with 650 sacks of cement
9 5/8" at 3, 550' in 12*" hole with 200 sacks of cement
3) Plugging details
Set 100' of cement inside, and 100' of cement outside of the 9 5/8" casing




HENDRY COUNTY
Total
Division of Commenced Depth Elevation Geology No. API No. Well Name (Completed) (feet) (feet)
09-051-30003 Sun Oil Company Sept. 27, '68 11,488 49 DF No. 21-4 Red Cattle Co. "rB" (Dec. 17, '68)
0
Location: Z
Sec. 21 T45S R38E (1188. 12' from East line, and 1469. 7' from South line of the section) o
Remarks:
A. Subsurface record:
1) Initial production on pump from the Roberts zone through perforations at 11, 479'-11, 483' was 82 BOPD with 161 barrels of salt water
2) Casing program: P 20" at 68' in 26" hole with 135 sacks of cement 13 3/8"at 1126' in 17j" hole with 800 sacks of cement
9 5/8" at 3416' in 12-" hole with 200 sacks of cement Sil at 11,488' in 8L" hole with 300 sacks of cement Z3"at 11,486'
3) DST: None
wq




fIERNANDO COUNTY
Total
Dwision of Commenced Depth Elevation CeoloaY No. API No. Well Name (Completed) (feet) (feat)
W-8533 09-0.$-20002 Davis and Thayer Aug. 21, '68 6,764 151 DF No. I Davis (Oct. 3, '68)
Location:
Sec. 11 T23S R20E (515' north of the so uth line, and 5291 west of the east line of the NW/4 of the SE/4
of the section)
Remarks:
A. Subsurface record
1) Pand A 0
2) This was a Cretaceous test. It reached weathered quartzitic sandstone at 6, 720 feet.
3) Casing program 18" at 43' with 19 sacks of cement 16" at 122' with 50 sacks of cement 1011" at 867' with 115 sacks of cement at bottom, plus 45 sacks of cement at the top
7 7/8" at 3, 199 with 160 sacks of cement
4) Plugging details Set 120 sacks of cement from 2, 9261-3, 500' This emplaced 273 sacks inside of the 7 5/8"1 casing, and 301 feet of cement outside Recovered 1,615' of 7 5/8" casing.




PALM BEACH COUNTY
Total
Division of Commenced Depth Elevation Geology No. API No. Well Name (Completed) (feet) (feet)
W-8322 09-099-20004 Amerada Petroleum Corp. Feb. 11, '68 10, 905 30 DF No. I Connecticut Sugar Corp. (Mar. 26, '68) (in dolomite
1 and limestone)
Location:
Sec. 21 T43S R29E (2100' FEL and 660' FNL of the section)
Remarks:
A. Subsurface record:
1) P and A. This was Fredericksburg and Sunniland Limestone test.
2) DST (7660' 7734)Chokes, 5/8 "and 1/4". After 2j hours recovered 4483' of salt water.
Bottom-hole opened pressure 2206 psi. Bottom-hole closed-in pressure 3275 psi.
3) Casing program:
20 in 24"hole at 150' w/250 SX 13 3/8" in 17*" hole at 1, 209' w/700 SX
9 5/8" in 12*" hole at 4, 015' w/400 SX
4) Plugging details
7,456' 7, 625' Set 60 sacks of cement 3,915' 4, 115' Set 75 sacks of cement
Set 60 sacks of cement in the anulus between the 9 5/8"and 13 3/8" casings, from 1, 014' -1, 209' Set 20 sacks of cement in the top of the 9 5/8" casing Welded a steel plate over the top of the 13 3/8" casing. No casing was pulled from this well.
5) DST at 7669-7734 with 5/8" and 1/4" chokes. Open 2- hours. Bottom hole pressures: Hydrostatic, 3. 482 psi. Flowing, 2. 206 psi. Closed in, 3, 275 psi. Recovery 4483' of salt water




SANTA ROSA COUNTY
Total
Dsvision of Commenced Depth Elevwtion Geloy No. API No. Well Name (Completed) (feet) (feet)
W-8534 09-113-20002 Kirby, No. I Findley-Ard Comp'l Oct. 31, '68 6513' 260 DF
Location:
Sec. 12 TSN R29W (660' North and 660' East of the SW corner of the section)
Remarks :
A. Subsurface record:
1) PandA




INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO.651 '39
APPENDIX II
BUREAU OF GEOLOGY CARBONATE CLASSIFICATION




FLORIDA GE0IOG1rA1 5LJiVEY CAHiHONATI CLASSIFICATION'
_IME TONE DOhOMITE = Original texture nht OrigTiriiTexture Altered visilly altered ex. Modertely Stron I capt by cementation Lio than'10% Partially Less than l 7 -7'o More than 75% Original texture and compaction, Dolomite Dolomitized 1016 Dolo- Grano- Dolomite with obliterated, Less than 10% mite blAstic relic texture. More than 75% Dolonm;ite, Dolomite ..... Dolomite, Calcilutite I
Fine grained Carbonate facies Calcilutite Partially re- Partially Crystalline Dolomnitic Calcilutitic carbonate 10% impurities of crystallized. DoLomitized, particles. noncarbonate Calcilutite. Calcilutite, Calcilutite Calcilutite Dolomite Major per- minerals
centage of Impure facies 10- Impure Partially carbonate 501o impurities of Calcilutite (Marl) Dolomitized fraction i noncarbonate, clay Impure clay and silt and silt sized Calcilutite size. minerals Sandy facies 10- Sandy Crystalline Crystalline
5016 clastic non- Calcilutite Sandy Dolomite, 0 carbonate sand Calcilutite with impure ITI
sized impurities and sandy
Calcarenite applied where Major per- Carbonate Calcarenite Dolomitic appropriate. 0 centage of Calcarenite rock is com- Impure Impure Impure 0 posed of Calcarenite Calcarenitic carbonate Dolomite particles Sandy Sandy
1/16 to 2 Calcarenite Dolomitic millimeters Sandy in size. Calcarenite Cal ci rudite
Major per- Carbonate Calcirudite Crystalline centage of Calcirudite _. sediments Impure Impure Partially composed Cal ci rudite Dolorniti zed of carbonate Calcirudite particles Sandy Sandy Partially recoarser than Cal cirudite crystallized
2 millimeters Sandy in diameter. Calcirudite .....




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STATE OF FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES Randolph Hodges, Executive Director DIVISION OF INTERIOR RESOURCES J.V. Sollohub, Director BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Robert O. Vernon,Chief Information Circular No. 65 OIL AND GAS ACTIVITIES IN FLORIDA, 1968 By Clarence Babcock Prepared by BUREAU OF GEOLOGY DIVISION OF INTERIOR RESOURCES FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES TALLAHASSEE 1970

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I.-~ Completed manuscript received May 25, 1969 Printed by the Florida Department of Natural Resources Division of Interior Resources Bureau of Geology Tallahassee ii

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CONTENTS Page Production .................. ..... ....... 1 Sunoco -Felda field ................... ........... 1 Sunniland field ................. ...... ............ 6 Exploration ........................................ 9 Exploratory drilling ................................. 9 Forty Mile Bend area ................................. 9 Florida development and exploratory wells, 1949-1968, inclusive ............ ..15 Geophysical activity ,.................. ................15 Offshore ............................... ........15 Mainland ....................................... 18 Land .......................................18 Rules and regulations .................................. 20 Norphlet (?) discovery, Flomaton area, Alabama ............... ... ..20 Bibliography .......................... .............. 23 Appendix ..... ............... ..................... 25 1. Exploratory well information, 1968 ...................... 25 2. Bureau of Geology carbonate classification system ............... 39 ILLUSTRATIONS Figure Page 1. Florida petroleum exploration and production, 1968 ..............2 2. Structure map on top of the Sunniland Limestone marker, Sunoco Felda area .5 3. Structure map on top of the Sunniland Limestone, Sunniland field ...... .8 4. Index map of wells in Fotry Mile Bend area, and locations of cross-sections ...11 5. Stratigraphic section A-B, with lithology described from cores, Forty Mile Bend area ....................................Facing page 12 6. Stratigraphic section B-C, with lithology described from cores, Forty Mile Bend area ....................................Facing page 12 7. Stratigraphic section C-D, with lithology described from cores, Forty Mile Bend area ....................................Facing page 12 8. Stratigraphic section D-E, with lithology described from cores, Forty Mile Bend area ....... ........................... ..Facing page 12 9. Structure map on top of the Sunniland Limestone, Forty Mile Bend area .... 13 10. Offshore Florida State leases, December 31, 1968 ................ 19 TABLES Table Page 1. Monthly production from the Sunoco-Felda oil field, 1967 and 1968, and year-end cumulative production since discovery, October 9, 1964 ....3 2. Field wells drilled in Florida, 1968 -Total field footage: 46,304 feet .4 3. Monthly production from the Sunniland oil field, 1967 and 1968, and year-end cumulative production since discovery, September 26, 1943 ..6 4. Exploratory footage drilled in Florida, 1968-Total exploratory footage: 79,474 feet monthly ............................. 10 5. The number of exploratory and development wells drilled in Florida, by years, over the 20-year interval, 1949-1968, inclusive ........15 6. Permits for Florida offshore geophysical activity, 1968 ............ 16 7. Geophysical activity on the Florida mainland, 1968 ......... .18 m

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OIL AND GAS ACTIVITIES IN FLORIDA, 1968 By Clarence Babcock PRODUCTION Sunoco-Felda Field The Sunoco-Felda oil field, figure 1, the newer of Florida's two currently producing fields, was opened officially to production by the Sun Oil Company on October 9, 1964. It is located in southern Florida mainly in Hendry County, with the southern edge extending into Collier County. As of December 31, 1968 this field contained 28 pumping wells; and the limits of the field to the north, south and east had been defined by 9 dry peripheral field wells, and 3 outpost wells. Yields from the better wells in the field range from about 200 to 320 BOPD; the gravity of the oil is about 24.5 degrees API. Production from the Sunoco-Felda field in 1968 decreased 9 percent below that of 1967. Table 1 shows production by months for 1967 and 1968, and cumulative production as of December 31, of each of the respective years. SUNOCO-FELDA FIELD The Sunoco-Felda field produces on pump from the Roberts zone, which occurs about 65 feet below the top of the Sunniland Limestone (defined by Paul L. Applin, 1960, p. 209) of Lower Cretaceous Trinity Age. The Roberts zone consists of microfossiliferous (miliolitic) limestone reached at depths ranging from about 11,462 feet to about 11,495 feet. It appears that a permeability trap is responsible for oil accumulation in the field. The producing interval in up-gradient wells to the north is tight and yields a large percentage of salt water. In 1968 field drilling consisted of 34,599 feet penetrated in two producing wells and a dry hole, table 2, all located in the western part of the Sunoco-Felda area; data sheets on these wells are included in appendix 1. The two producers, which on initial production pumping tests yielded a combined total of 187 BOPD (barrels of oil per day) with 249 barrels of water,. are offsets to a commercially marginal step-out located 3% miles west of the main part of the field and completed in 1966. The offset dry hole drilled in 1968 in this western area defines the limit of the reservoir to the north. At the present time the Sun Oil Company has a permit to drill yet another offset, to the south, to production in this area.This well will be the Sun, No. 28-3 Lee-Cypress "A-l"; it will be located on acreage under lease to the Humble Oil and Refining Company, and drilling of the test should commence in the first part of 1969.

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2 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY HUMBLE,No.l Wessner completed October 15,1968 through perforations at 15,32015,360 feet with a calculated absolute open flow of 30 mm cfgpd with 1,563 barrels of condensate. POLLARD-FIELD Escambia County,Alabama Discovered:Jan.l952 Cumulative production to Dec31,1965 S'-9,348,378 barrels TENSAW-LAKE FIELD Baldwin County, Alabama discovered by Lee etal, No. Smith well completed November 16,1965 in the Paluxy sand. On the initial production tests through perforations at 8,382-87 feet flowed 20 B.0.P.D;gr,161; choke 7/64 -4Rank exploratory wells drilled during 1968 (all plugged and abandoned) SUNOCO-FELDA FIELD "' -Discovered: October 9, 1964 Cumulative production to Dec31,1968 COLLIER 3,578,961 barrels SUNNILAND FIELD DADE Discovered: September 26,1943 Cumulative productionto Dec.31,1968 11,094,713 barrels FORTY-MILE BEND FIELD Discovered: February 26,1954 Abandoned: September,1955 Cumulative production 32,888 barrels NOTE: Development and exploratory drilling in 1968 is shown in Tables2ond 4 respectively. Data sheets for each well drilled are shownin Appendix I Figure 1. Florida petroleum exploration and production, 1968.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 65 3 TABLE 1. PRODUCTION FROM THE SUNOCO-FELDA OIL FIELD BY MONTHS, 1967 AND 1968, AND YEAR-END CUMULATIVE PRODUCTION SINCE DISCOVERY, OCTOBER 9, 1964. Barrels 1967 1968 January 89,463 73,994 February 80,077 69,621 March 88,105 75,537 April 86,414 75,755 May 86,933 75,121 June 84,032 73,891 July 87,264 77,186 August 80,995 76,488 September 78,436 78,283 October 78,468 75,215 November 73,517 69,566 December 69,103 72,373 Production for year 982,807 893,030 Cumulative, previous year 1,703,124 2,685,931 Cumulative, Dec. 31 2,685,931 3,578,961 It may be proven that there is an oil-permeability barrier between the original Sunoco-Felda field and the producing wells in the western part of the Sunoco-Felda area. Figure 2, which is a structure map contoured on top of the Sunniland Limestone marker of the Sunoco-Felda area, shows two plugged and abandoned wells which are structurally high, and which are located between the Sunoco-Felda field proper and the producing wells to the west. These intervening wells produced large quantities of salt water on DSTs (drill stem tests) of the Roberts "pay" zone; the results were: Well Drill Stem Test Results Sun, No. 26-1 Interval: 11,481 -11,491 feet (10 feet) Lee-Cypress Chokes: 5/8-inch and 1/4-inch Tool open: 4 hours Recovery: 6,175 feet of salt water plus 300 feet of very slightly oil-cut fresh water Pressures: Flowing pressure, 1,500 psi Shut-in pressure, 4,600 psi. Commonwealth Interval: 11,410 -11,483 feet (73 feet) and Gulf Coast Recovery: 5 feet of heavy oil plus 2,300 feet No. 1 Red Cattle of salt water.

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TABLE 2. FIELD WELLS DRILLED IN FLORIDA, 1968 TOTAL FIELD FOOTAGE, 46, 304 4 Initial Production Well Pumping Test County Company No, Lease Total Depth (feet) (Sunniland Limestone) A) SunocoFelda field1 Operated by Sun Producing wells: Hendry Sun 28-1 Lee-Cypress 11,522 105 IOPDa w/88 BWPDb Hendry Sun 21-4 Red Cattle "B" 11,488 23,010 82 BOPD w/161 BWPD Dry Hole 187 BOPD w/249 BWPD Hendry Sun 21-2 Red Cattle "B" 11,589 Total, Sunoco-Felda field 34,599 B) Sunniland field Operated by Humble Collier Humble 25 GCRCc 11,705 27 BOPD w/320 BWPD Total Sunniland field 11,705 Total Field Footage, 1968 46,304 1, These wells, along with the Sun, No. 1 Red Cattle Co. "B" producer completed in 1966, are mutual offsets located 3 miles west of present production in the Sunoco-Felda field proper. Future control may prove that the three producers are part of a new field, rather than occurring as an extension of the original Sunoco-Felda field. 2. Abbreviations: a) BOPD is barrels of oil per day. b) BWPD is barrels of water per day. c) GCRC is Gulf Coast Realties Corporation.

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I-,. -A r 16\ 1 1, 1,3_5 I =74 -,11 n _ 7 7 .P.of , 100o / (n" at -t *• Produaing well '' l, / .Plugged and abandoned7 .. 2 o^ TAemporarily abandoned / ' iw. / Permitted ,Nov.12,1968. Will drill first of 1969 S---Jalt water disposaland field pressure maintenance. Ol--,1 permeability b' rier-WTo beconvertedtofreshwater i pputwell tomaintyinfieldpressure. b "aorginal producerto be abandoned and convertedtofreshwaterinput I R 29 E weto mintain f preur. ;22,36 4 192 212

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6 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY In the Sun, No. 26-1 Lee-Cypress well the "pay" zone consists of soft limestone which appears to have the porosity characteristics of a classic chalk. The subject section, also, is fairly soft in the Commonwealth and Gulf Coast Driling Company, No. 1 Red Cattle Company well. The porosity of chalk is extremely good, but the pore spaces are minute. Such rocks may contain water; and it is possible that the original Sunoco-Felda field, and the western part of the Sunoco-Felda area, have a common water drive. But in most cases chalk acts as a barrier to oil migration. SUNNILAND FIELD The Sunniland oil field (fig. 1) discovered in 1943 and operated by the Humble Oil and Refining Company, is located in Collier County about 18 miles south of the Sunoco-Felda field. Production from the Sunniland field in 1968 decreased 0.67 percent below that of 1967. Table 3 shows production by months for 1967 and 1968, and cumulative production for each of the respective years. TABLE 3. PRODUCTION FROM THE SUNNILAND OIL FIELD BY MONTHS, 1967 AND 1968, AND YEAR-END CUMULATIVE PRODUCTION SINCE DISCOVERY IN 1943. Barrels 1967 1968 January 56,138 42,592 February 48,766 39,142 March 53,733 44,203 April 50,845 43,211 May 50,394 46,761 June 50,276 47,026 July 50,439 47,789 August 49,196 47,885 September 44,525 46,070 October 47,569 61,032 November 42,780 60,793 December 40,713 54,951 Production for year 585,374 581,455 Cumulative, previous year 9,927,884 10,513,258 Cumulative, Dec. 31 10,513,258 11,094,713 At this time it is thought that 35 million barrels of oil probably is a reasonable figure for the initially recoverable reserves of the field. The oil has a gravity of 19 to 26 degrees API (American Petroleum Institute). Production in the Sunniland field is obtained from calcareous rock containing disoriented macrofossils (rudistids), which is reached at a depth of about 11,500 feet. Productive zones begin at the top of the Sunniland Limestone and extend to a point about 75 feet lower in the section. The lowermost of the five zons has a bottom-water drive, and is correlative with the productive Roberts zone of the Sunoco-Felda field (unpublished cross-sections by Woodson R. Oglesby of the Division of Geology).

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 65 7 As shown in table 2, Humble, No. 25 Gulf Coast Realties Corporation well, which reached a total depth of 11,705 feet, was the only Sunniland field well drilled in 1968, well data on this test is included in appendix 1. The initial pumping production test on this marginally productive well, figure 3, completed in the upper "C" zone of the Sunniland Limestone, was 62 BOPD in 368 barrels of fluid. Perhaps the high percentage of salt water in this structurally high edge well located on the north flank of the field is the result of a tilted oil-water contact due to production from the field over many years. On December 17, 1968, the Humble, No. 26 Gulf Coast Realties Corporation well was permitted. This Sunniland Limestone test, which will be drilled in the early part of 1969, will be located on the southern flank of the field, and about 1,400 feet south of the structurally-high No. 21 well (fig.3), which on IP (initial production) test of the "D" zone of the Sunniland Limestone pumped 376 BOPD, with 35 percent salt water, The newly-permitted No. 26 test may prove to be about on strike with the following field wells which are relatively low in structural elevation: Humble well Distance and Direction (date of completion) from No. 26 well Comment No. 8 1,700 feet southeast Flowing IP was 527 BOPD (1946) with 0.4% salt water. Abandoned in 1966 because of technical difficulties. No. 24 3,200 feet northwest IP on pump was 464 BOPD (1965) with 8% salt water. If the No. 26 test proves to be a good producer, it seems that the No. 9 well, abandoned as a dry hole in 1947, deserves further consideration. Figure 3, shows that the top of the Sunniland Limestone occurs at a sub-sea datum of 11,535 feet, which is 15 feet lower than the No. 24 well which is located about 1,500 feet to the north. Two zones were drill stem tested in the No. 9 well, with the following results: First DST (zone "A"). Following acidation, several favorable DST's were recorded from this zone. The results of the most conservative DST were: Interval: 11,566 -11,570 feet Chokes: ¼.-inch top and bottom Working Pressure: 1 -2% pounds Open: 5 hours and 48 minutes Recovery: 8,700 feet of oil, and 30 feet mud Pressures: Flowing, 1,500 psi Shut-in, 4,400 psi

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R 29 E R 30 E 00 T) SMe 18 S1,T6 LOCATION F IE 514 _ I I "a su88-of,2-A 1 ·o 4, EXPLANATION -G.c. orp. o S ^ The Humble, No.25 Gulf C Coast Realties Corp.,, completed in upper'd" \ 1 zone of the Sunnilond ._ 1S Limestone (.P. of 62 .R.Cor. 5 ° BORD in 368 barrels + V //,CR. / lof fluid.) "V X-162 * Producing well s/,'ss S ® New producing well , S (Completed 1962-1965, incl.) se. Se I Old producing well deepened (Re-completed, 1631 0 S 'Abandoned producer $wDConverted to disposal well MC5 C.Cop ,5 p 0 -.+Plugged and abandoned (initially) *20 Well number S x Permitted location forthe Humble, -i//5s Datum below sea level a' No.26 Gulf Coast Realties Corp., Contourinterval 0 feet .to be drilled in early 1969 Contour interval 0 feet

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 65 9 Comment: The inflow into the drill pipe is at a rate of about 380 BOPD. However, it will be noted that there is a considerable difference between the shut-in pressure (4,400 psi), and the flowing pressure (1,500 psi); it appears that relatively poor permeability causes the formation to be rather easily "bled-off." There is more disparity between the subject pressures in zone "A" in the No. 9 well than there is in producing wells in the field. Second DST. The total depth of the electrical log is 11,590 feet, which is shallower than the second DST; therefore log correlation cannot be used to determine the Sunniland "pay" tested. On the basis of interval, however, it appears the tested interval is the lower part of zone "C1 ", or the upper part of zone "C2". The tested interval was not acidized. Chokes: ¼-inch top and bottom Working Pressure: "blow" Open: 24 hours Recovery: 1,260 feet of oil cut mud and salt water 4,050 feet of salt water. Pressures: Flowing, 300 psi Shut-in, 4,250 psi EXPLORATION EXPLORATORY DRILLING As recapitulated in table 4, a footage of 79,474 feet was drilled in 1968 in 9 exploratory wells in Florida (fig. I and appendix 1). Of the total, there was penetration of 56,316 feet in 7 rank exploratory wells, and 23,158 feet in 2 field outpost wells. One of the outpost wells, the Sun, No. 26-1 Lee-Cypress test, is discussed under the "Production, Sunoco-Felda field" heading of this report. The electric-lithologic log, and well data, of the other outpost well, the R-K Petroleum Company, No. 2 1939-1939 S test, are depicted in the cross sections and maps of the Forty Mile Bend area, which are presented in the next part of the report. FORTY MILE BEND AREA Two wells of the abandoned Forty Mile Bend field produced 32,888 barrels of oil in 17 months in 1954 and 1955. The Lake Trafford-Punta Gorda intervals in these wells, and in 10 additional tests in the Forty Mile Bend area, all located as shown on the index map of figure 4, are depicted in stratigraphic cross sections A-B, B-C, C-D and D-E, figures 5, 6, 7 and 8. The primary purpose of these sections is to show the top of the Sunniland Limestone, and to integrate lithologic, electrical log, and drill stem test and production data for the included wells. The carbonate lithology shown in the cross sections of this report are depicted as calcarenite (medium grained limestone) or calcilutite (fine grained limestone); a more complete definition of these rock categories is included in appendix 2, which shows the carbonate classification system used by the Bureau of Geology.

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TABLE 4. EXPLORATORY FOOTAGE DRILiED IN FLORIDA, 19*6&TOTAL EXPLORATORY FOOTAGE, 79,474. Well County Company No, Lease Total Depth (fft) Comment A) Dry Wildcat wellsI Coller Sun I Alico Oil Unit 11,575 Sunniland Limestone test Columbia Bradley I Brunswick P and Pa 3,088 Upper Cretaceous sad test Columbia Bradley Cater 3,105 Upper Cretaceous sand test Franklin offshore Mobil 1-C FSLb 224-A 14,369 Juridc test Hernando Davis-Thayer I Davis 6,764 Cretaceous test, reached weathered quartzitic sandstone at 6,720 ft. W Palm Beach Amerada I Conn. Sugar Corp. 10,905 Frederisburg and Sunniland Limestone test Santa Rosa Kirby Findley-Ard 6,510 Tuscaloos test Total footage, (dry) wildcat wells 56,316 B) Dry Outpost wells 0 Dade R-K Petroleum 2 FSL 1939-1939S 11,603 Tight Sunniland Limestone C) Sunoco-Felda Outpost well Hendry Sun 26-1 Lee-Cypress 11,555 Sunniland Limestone test Total footage, (dry) outpost wells 23,158 Total Exploratory Footage, 1968 79,474 1. These classifications are after Lahee, Frederich H. (American Association of Petroleum Geologists, 1944, voL 28, Table 1, p. 709). 2. Abbreviation: a) Brunswick P and P is Brunswick Pulp and Paper Co. b) FSL Is Florida State Lease.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 65 11 A W-4661 SSec.2,T48S-R35E Palm Beach County 1R31E R 35E R36E (n 31 S 36 W-935 36 31 'I1 6 W-5010 V _'836 W-8131 I" No.2 Fla. St,Lse. Copleted 1939-1939S W __E VERG ADE S 36 31 36 31 1 6 1 6 NATIONAL .. S__ PARK I="--------FNOTE: W-2038 SAll well are 8 Se.35,T55S-R37E located in Dade Countty " with the exception of W-4661, L Mi ._ which is in Palm BeachCo. 36 31 36 31 W-935 Well No., Division of Geology File j, Abandoned Producer -Dry and Abandoned Figure 4. Index map of wells in Forty Mile bend area, and locations of cross sections.

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12 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Figure 9 is a structural contour map on the top of the Sunniland Limestone of the report area. This map suggests that the shell reef in the Sunniland Limestone of the four wells in the eastern part of the Forty Mile Bend area (wells W-3174, W-3373, W-3491 and W-8131) was protected from destruction by wave action by its location in the quiet water of a narrow embayment. Also, the map suggests that the relatively large thickness of shell rock in well W-5010 accumulated in a structural low as the result of destruction by wave action of inadequately protected up-gradient shell reefs. The upper Sunniland Limestone was the commercially productive zone in both of the Forty Mile Bend field wells. Initial production figures, and lithology of the producing zone, are: Initial Depicted in Well Production Lithology cross-section Commonwealth 76 BOPD Dolomite A-B (fig. 5) No. I Wisehart with 56% B-C (fig. 6) (discovery well) BS and W Gulf Oil Co. 112 BOPD Shell C-D (fig.7) No. I FSL 340 with 336 reef bbls. water The lower Sunniland limestone in the Commonwealth, No. 1 Wisehart well, as shown on cross section A-B (fig. 5) was acidized through perforations at 11,464 11,486 feet and pumped 20 BOPD (23 API gravity) plus considerable salt water (Banks, 1960, p. 1740). This zone was not produced commercially in the Wisehart well; nor has commercial production been obtained from it in any Florida well. However, this tight zone contains staining in most of the wells of the southern part of the State, and it is generally believed to be the source rock for most of the oil in the upper Sunniland Limestone. Core analyses after Banks ( 1960, p. 1747) of the lower Sunniland Limestone in three wells in the Forty Mile Bend area are presented in cross sections A-B, B-C and C-D ( figs. 5, 6, and 7), and reveal the zone to have very low permeability. The range of residual saturations of oil and water from the subject section in the three Forty Mile Bend area wells was: Coring Residual Saturations Well fluid Oil Water Commonwealth water 25 to 35% 41 to 60% No. I Wisehart (produced 20 BOPD from the zone) Gulf water 4.2 to 6.3% 37.4 to 49.8% No. 2 FSL 340 Commonwealth 9% oil-emulsion 12.1 to 26:1% 40.6 to 60.7% No. I FSL 1055

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W-4661 --37 Miles-W-935 -3.5 Miles --W-8387 I Mile -W-3054 ® fumble Oi and Refining C McCord RK Petroleum Corp. Commonwealth Oil Co N"lI State Lease 04 No.1 Damoco No.2 State Leasel1939-1939S No.] Wisehart-Bd.of Ed. Palm. Beack County Dade County Dade County Dade County Sec2-T48S-R 35E Sec.31-T53S-R35E Sec.17-T54 S-R35 E Sec.16-T54S-R35E ,er 3rD.F. T.D. 12800 Drlr. Elev. 7' D.F. T.D.11,885 Drlr. Elev.25:D.F. + T.D.11,595:Drlr. Elev.24D .F.. T.D.11,55 .o-10r Sch-4t 11,680: Corrected 111,63Shl. 1558ch TOP LAKE TRAFFORD FORMATION I1 " U SP .EL nT EUCTRI CAL -Bown RIS Br own .: REFS Sg. *erydarkgnr C GR oMiliolitic d Dark gray SRio ESISTIVTY "Br -o tr r iy DarkGray gr SCrhins G Mili olitic? Gray olitic .-d Stylolites with' Dark gby BrawnTES rbitolinast c,--. --tB-^ SHOWS POROSITY dGray ' -Dk gray * In s~ataft STSrnim w Vuogg p Pinooint C 2Dar Gray A Sec.2T48S-R35E '^S ^; cX „ ' al BeachCo -L * ,eryde yorl ltin Cuti frHC ntercrystaFal line F Fracture X , , s. P anrd ticeing oi CtCuitwffr C d Gray 5D tr ific t>ewDark3 iLTHOLOGY \ DSTI (I,346'-11,390').Toolopen4hours. Recovery 15'of browno DSTI(11,,314'-l,347'). No cushion. God blow.Tool open 12hours.Recovry: '' .,o ,T T"„ .5 "--4 725 of very slightly oil-cut salt water, and 2044'of watercushion. 2,185 of cleon oil (22.7°API), 270 of salt water, and 95'of rot-hole water L E.STOMtE DOUIOMITE ANHYDRITE DST I (11,727-11,755) Chokes,4 aond8.Tool open 52 minutes. Recovery: Pressures: Hydro,5223psi, IF 106psii FF1193psiSI(30min.), Flared gas 61/2 hours flame was 3ong port ofthisime.Pressures: :-arte Calcifutte C u
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W-3054 -0.5 Mles --W-7336 1.25Miles , W-500< -2.33 Miles P-W-8131 B Cmm onwei"fQlth Co Serio Oil Company Commonwealth Oil Co. RK Petroleum Corp. ) Nal W rtE No.1 FSL 1939-19 S No.1, StateLeasel055 No.1 State Lease 1939-19395 SDade CouS Dade ntCounty Dade County SecT6-T545-R35E Sec.15-T54S-R 35E Sec.11-T54S-R35E Sec:18-T54S-R36E -2 I155 'ScDrI. Elev.21 D.F. T.D.11,612'Drr Elev.23D .F. TD.11,675Drlr. Elev.24 D.F. T.D. 1,510'Drir. _____g, 5 I .TOP55-sch{ .,' .-11'492'.1. ;R SP CA J, s G P SP I-I a c Re NcON...... -CORE ANALYSIS Sar fter BANKS (1960p. 747) 0.i Residal --i -:--A ' ' /-1 | -jitsl| ! -v-l0 i3 .i 2n.157.6 1I8,i"2300.080 13.2 9.3:82.4 --' I itertedded vugsupto2longtr 11,430 90.0 4:8 0.0 75.0 ._ --ero -Prascalc dio,,foed , I 1445 .0 8.7 0.0 38.0 d Sucrosic *-_i"l it .por..osity Ond -L11 RE .' 07 14C >3 5443 iS E FQUIP 11,400 440 6sl , ^ -. -^^^ S y 'i^NILAND LSI \ ^ -^ S^ S, f^11.6258 0.3 128. 93 82A3.1 ^= te ^8 i •3| < ----1 S M ! \ I / / //I Id /< I I5 ..E K/ I " _ / molds !gooc o"ILerg 1nesbil.1 ^ Do k3'n -.Blo ck 1 S--Gray CRO S SECION LCAT!I N DST(I ,480'-11,510').WGiercushion 2000' Tool open 10hoors. -h a s Or itolinas Recovery:5' oil;2000'owatercushion; 372' salt water "^ yd Mollusks
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W W-813 31 One-quarter mile---W-3174 -One-half mile OW-349 ne-half mile >-W-3373 F rPetroeum Corp Gulf Oil Corp. Gulf Oil Corp. Gulf Oil Corp. ci FSL 193 19391S No.1 FSL 340 No.3 FSL340 1 No.2 FSL340 Dcde County Dade County Dde County Dade Count y Se,. 1-T45R36 E Sec.18-T54S-R36E Sec.19-T54S-R36 E Sec.19-T54SR 3 E TD:T .5ig Drlr. Elev. 18, D.F T.D. 11,352,Drr. Elev.18 D.F.D.,61Drr. Eev.18:D.F. T.D. 11,597: Drr. S4____ 4SchL, 113 i7:hI. TOP LAKETRAFFORD FM. , 116 5:Schl. _____ _ 11,5 4Schl. PResiiResisfivity Resis livity * ... -dic sP , .Resvi 11,32 " .' 11,345'P d IHE REEF. * _ L.na~E~ Fu agregoueaf sh ell molds, Si TOP SUNI LAND LS. SHELL REEE -36 h'clud a'd a uhse o _ iEL _ E DS1 shell molds ,echomid J. and calcite or rudistid and o ck. armdcrystals.Very molds. Gde .r--,,,W , II good permeobility. Goodto l-tgood permebility CORE ANALYSIS entporositya aIBB T1DST (1,327ý-11,334 ). Chokes and .Tool open DrkGry after7BANKS(19hours 60p.1747) permeability. t j ! Recovery:9060'fluid,mostl.y oi (20% BSand Wat bottom, Da Oerk Gray c after BANKS (1960, p. 1747) T /-i -and 2% water shake-out ot bottom). Pressure IHM,5129psi; Brown -... Residual Miliolitic ^e, (lir _ IF, 1825psi; FF,3915psi; FHM;5129psi. Td E Saturation -Brown S -I IPTest: Pumped from the open hole, 11,340'-11,352',an amount of E Oil Water Block .-112 BOPD with336borrels of water.GOR,50tol jgravity, Dth Blck S1-I 21.7"API at60F. This well was not acidized. nBl ck499 0.2 10.4 5.0 49.8 % G -Orbitolinos Y ate-ft er -.saon, 000' Tool open 10 hours. -4-03 t, CtO'Branonant572 satt'o SHOtWSr. POrbitolinas -... -,co c'. SHOWS POROSITY Brown 11,566 0.0 7.2 72.0 26.6 -in S_ 36 E * Oil saturated ST Stain v Vuggy p Pinpoint TOP Gr *Veryheavyoilstain C CutnthHCI Interrstalline FFracture PUNTA GORDA odu and bleedingoil C.Cutwith CCI 4 ANHYDRITE ST Heavy stain d Dead oil .-. 0 E -DST (ill ,490'-l 1,541'). Chokes, aond .No watercushion.Slight SLITHOLOGY iST IIn342 46').Chokes " o water cson" blow.Tool open 5-hours. Recovery:30 oil,390'salt water. *LMESTONE DOLOMITE ANHYDRITE ,4 8 Pressures, top bomb: IF,45 psii FF, 170psii no Sl, FHM, t l C LIMESTONE DOLOMITE AN HYDRITE Good blor.Tool open 9 hours. Recovery 30 dark brown 5210 si. Pressures,bottom bomb: 1HM,5305 psiF,128psi Calcerenite Calcilutite 2a Common oil,2370 saltwater. Pressres-Flowing,1036psi; -FF,215psi; SI(15min.),357B psi FHM,48BOpsi. Moe 1a sof Autre -a Tool open 3f hours, at3 hours re-set and flushed tool. o T~ Hard -Sholy Dolomite Recovery:3'oii,2'salt woter. C _t_ ----r_ lcilufitic -[ Sholy Limestone s i 3. 3a | ;" | -' 'IPAnhydritic ý-LimvShale .-SE OCATION Limestone imy Shale Figure 7 St rai secti D, vdith lithology described from c6ires Forty Mile Bend area.

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W-3373 -6.75Miles -WVV-889---1.25Mes W-2oo 38 Gulf 01i Corp. HumbleOiland Refining Co. Costal Petroleum Co. E No.2 FSL 340 No.1 Trustees of I.I.F. No.1 FSL 340-A Dde Counfy Dade County I Dade Conty Se.9-T54S-R 36E ec.30-T55SR36E .: Sec.25-T55S-R37E. E e !DF TD L' r, Elev.1D T.D. 789Drlr. Elev.33,D.F. T.D.11,520'Drlr. .. : r chrl. .I .,7 94S_.chl.__"______ -1 i11 9'Schl. SS I TP >RESISTIVITY \,.., TOP LAKE TRAFFORD FORMATION' 2 SP 'RESI TI 3 3E R37E DST Brown D A D E s r: CORE ANALYSIS -i 31ii 36 31 ..Gm --" -oafter Banks. "LLREF (1960 p 1747) Brown ST Gr Io -a -= -1 _ _ __ I Gra6 -i Miilds2 E .C O U N T Y -?crofossifr --OV : SMiliolids? . .r o , --I Miliolids? -I-'I ..j--2 3-9 d own 31 36 31 36 .".499 02 1049 " Tan 2-SHOWS POROSITY ' " 0 i /OST own -T Oil saturated ST Stain v Vuggy p Pinpoint S. 3 3 .* Veryheavyoilstain C CutwithHCI alntercrystalline :4 .,i and bleeding oil C.Cut with CCI4 '-;-Lk ; ir 270 Bro5n -SI Heavy stain d Dead oil -_.___ _ .. .-IO-r /w-nTOP N RD ANHYDRITE -LITHOLOGY S-LIMESTONE DOLOMITE ANHYDRITE DST I (10,775'-10,783'). Chokes,bothf.Slightblow at top increased slightly during entire Colcorenite Calcilutite Common 0 :.;.-r-;: .C aotesa4 a aoater q ushoan OST I (11,197'-11,285e). Chokes 'nd-.Tool open 6 b hours test. Tool open 24 hours. Recovery. 20 of oil-andgoas-cut drilling mud,and 2180' of Very soft l lomit irlo. Tool oaarenS oures co~ry. 3O af oil.and Recovery, 5422'of seil water and 275'of mu soil waoer (149,000 ppmCl .Pressures, IHM,51o00psiiIF,0psi FF,1500psi;FHM,5100psi; Moderatelysoft Adulteroted 1 salt water Prtssues, top bomb, IF,45ps; FF,170 ST 2 (1,414'-11,426') Chokes and-.Tool open hour and DST 2 (10,933'-10,945').Chokes,both.Opened and losed tool imes with no blow.Tool -Hard , V S FHto b 50 minutes. Recovery: 5500 of salt waterand 390' of open 30 minutes. Recovery:210 of mud with no shw. Pressures: IHM,5150psi Flowing, Clcilutiic 41M8iM s t, 4mud with so l water. Opsi-iFHM,5150 psi. Calcorenite Shaly Lmestone .->tu.:.-.,t IChokes,*oandVery weak blow for DST 3 (11;532--11,542) Chokesfand-. Tool open 56minutes. DST3 (10,965'-10,9771.Faint blow stopped in 4 hors. Toolopen 4 hours. Recovery: Anhydritic F~ imy Shale iecnds. Tfool open .hours, at3 hours re-set and Recovery: 5500 of salt water,and 30'of mud. 300'of slightly oil-and-gas-cu drilling mudi the mud had a Baroid gas reading of Limestone *.i, inl. Recwvery 3'Sfoiloandl2'oatlt water. 4 units, and a salinity of 6,400 ppm. Pressures: IHM, 5200 psi; Flowing, 0-175psi; FHM, 5200 psi. Figure 8. Stratigraphic section DE, with lithology describei from cores FotyMie Bend area.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 65 13 Well-4661 SeC.48S-R35E Palm Beach County .... . _---I ,4000----ContouriungStops --1,420 ---I1,440 0 "/ 0, 6 Contouring Stops 531 36 '4503 \00 R34E --oR35E .) 'R . 66/ R K Petroleum Co -3-33:054: -:-'E V E R G L A 0 E s 1 00 1 1 t.' °/ /r ° u N A T 0N A L LEGEND W-935 Well No.,Bureau of Geology File -/, " -Abandoned producer ----Dry and abandoned _" Shel reefs,per sections B-C an C-D 33) F Wei ls containing shell reefs iW-20 SPA R K Iw_8891 Sec.35-T55 S-R37E 36 31 36 31 Figure 9. Structure map on top of the Sunniland Limestone, Forty Mile Bend area.

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14 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY It will be noted that a high residual water saturation in the Commonwealth, No. 1 Wisehart well was associated with the accumulation of heavy crude oil. Also, the electrical log does not indicate a clear oil-water contact. It is possible that in this tight limestone section the water is not separated from the heavy, viscous oil, but occurs as connate water which is closely bound with the oil. Two wells in other areas of southern Florida which have had good drill stem test recoveries from the lower Sunniland Limestone are: 1. The Humble No. C-1 Gulf Coast Realties Corporation well, which was located about 4 miles south southwest of Lake Trafford, and in Collier County. The results of three drill stem tests of the subject section in this well were: DST No. 1 (11,918 -11,938 feet). Top and bottom chokes, 5/8 inch. The tool was open 28 hours. Recovery was 660 feet of oil (API gravity, 20.4 degrees),and I50 feet of oil-cut mud. DST No. 2 (11,906 -11,950 feet). Top and bottom chokes, 5/8 inch. The tool was open 36 hours. Recovery was 2,325 feet of oil, and 528 feet of oil-cut mud. DST No. 3 (11,906 -11,950). Prior to this test the open hole from 11,924 -11,940 feet was perforated with 72 shots. Then the DST interval was acidized with 2,500 gallons. The tool was open 43 hours. Recovery was 4,320 feet of oil-cut mud, and 2,790 feet of salt water. 2. The Humble, No. 1 Kirchoff well, which was located just south of Fort Myers, and in Lee County. Results of a drill stem test of the lower Sunniland Limestone were: Interval: 11,819 -11,928 feet ( 109 feet) Chokes: 5/8 inch Tool open: 37% hours Recovery: 75 feet (1 barrel) of oil with a gravity of 28 degrees, and 225 feet of oil-and-gas-cut mud. Pressures: Initial Hydrostatic, 5,710 psi Initial Flowing, 68 psi Final Flowing, 180 psi Shut-in, 180 psi Final Hydrostatic, 5,710 psi

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 65 15 FLORIDA DEVELOPMENT AND EXPLORATORY WELLS, 1949-1968, INCLUSIVE The number of wells drilled over the 20-year period ending December 31, 1968 is shown in Table 5. TABLE 5. THE NUMBER OF DEVELOPMENT AND EXPLORATORY WELLS DRILLED IN FLORIDA, BY YEARS, OVER THE 20-YEAR INTERVAL, 1948-1968, INCLUSIVE. Year Development Exploratory 1949 4 21 1950 1 10 1951 3 1952 10 1953 1 30 1954 2 29 1955 27 1956 13 1957 9 1958 7 1959 11 1960 5 1961 8 1962 2 3 1963 5 1964 5 5 1965 26 6 1966 5 11 1967 10 1968 4 9 Total 50 232 GEOPHYSICAL ACTIVITY OFFSHORE Apparently in anticipation of a possible Federal Oil and Gas Lease Sale of Gulf of Mexico water bottoms adjacent to Mississippi, Alabama and Florida at some future date, Florida offshore geophysical activity which began in 1963 has continued through 1968. The number of permits .for each of the past six years have been: 5 in 1963, 7 in 1964, 10 in 1965, 13 in 1966, 23 in 1967, and 19 in 1968. For the 19 permits issued in 1968, table 6 records the "estimated" period of work, the type survey, the permittee, and the approximate area of the activity. Most of the permits were for work to be concentrated over State and Federal waters between Apalachicola and Pensacola; and in addition, a considerable amount of work was to be done along the Florida escarpment extending north northwest from the Florida keys.

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TABLE 6, PERMITS FOR FLORIDA OFFSHORE GEOPHYSICAL ACTIVITY, 1968 Permit NoApproximate and "Estimated" Type Permittee Offshore (Date) Period Survey (Client or Contractor) Location 61 Jan. 15-Apr. 15, '68 Non-explosion Western Geophysical Co, Pensacola-Port St, Joe Jan. 9, '68) Ext'd, to July 16, '68 Reflection (Self) Comp'l. June 19, '68 62 Jan. 29-Mar, 29, '68 Non-explosion Western Geophysical Co, Pensacola -Port St. Joe Jan. 30, '68) Ext'd. to April 13, '68 Reflection (Humble) Compl. Mar. 24, '68 63 Mar. 7-May 7, '68 Vibroseis Continental Oil C., Daytona Beach * Savannah, Ga. (Feb. 20,'68) Ext'd. to Aug. 7, '68 (Delta Exploration Co., Inc.) 64 June 1, 68-Aug. 31, '68 Sparker Shell Oil Co. 2 miles offshore from Fernandina Beach (May 21, '68) Ext'd. to Sept. 30, '68 (Self) 0 Compl. Sept. 6, '68 65 Compl. about July 15, Velocity survey at Mobil Oil Corp. Mobil, No. 1 FSL 224-A, Farm C well, . (June 4, '68) 1968 the Mobil, No. 1 (Century Geophysical Co.) offshore from Franklin Co. FSL 224-A, Farm C well 66 June 15-Sept. 15, '68 Non-explosion Teledyne ExpL Co. Pensacola -Port St. Joe June 11, '68) Ext'd. to Nov. I, '68 Reflection (Self) 67 Sept. 16-Nov. 5, '68 Sparker Shell Oil Co. Latitude of Cape St. George to the Florida (Sept. 10, '68) Ext'd. to Jan.'69 (Self) Keys (to include Florida Escarpment) 68 Sept. 16-Oct. 15, '68 Hydrosein Shell Oil Co. South of Pensacola (Sept, 18, '68) (Self) 69 Oct. 1, '68-Mar. 31, '69 Non-explosion Teledyne Expl. Co. Port St. Joe -St Petersburg (Sept. 24, '68) Reflection (Self)

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Table 6., cont.. 70 Sept. 24-Dec. 24, '68 Non-explosion Western Geophysical Co. South of Pensacola (Sept. 24, '68) Reflection (Self) 71 Oct. 4, '68-Apr. 3, '69 Hydrosein Shell Oil Co. Pensacola -Port St. Joe (Sept. 27,'68) (Self) 72 Oct 3, '68-Feb 3, '69 Non-explosion Western Geophysical Co. Cape San Blas-St. Petersburg (Oct 4, '68) Reflection (Self) 73 Oct. 10-Nov. 9, '68 Non-explosion Mobil Oil Corp. 500-mile N-S line, Savannah, Ga (Oct. 14,68) CompL Oct. 16, '68 seismic, gravity (Selfy Florida Keys and magnetics 74 Nov. 20,'68-Apr. 29, '69 Vibroseis Seismograph Service Corp. Pensacola-Port St. Joe (Nov. 13, '68) (Self) 75 Nov. 18, '68-May 17, '69 Sparker Shell Oil Co~ Latitude' of Brooksville to that of Sarasota, (Nov. 13, '68) (Self). (to include Florida Escarpment) 76 Nov. 15-Dec.31,'68 Vibroseis Delta Exploration Co. Daytona Beach-Savannah, Ga. (Nov. 13, '68) (Speculative) 77 Dec 3, '68Mar. 3. '69 Non-explosion Western Geophysical Co. Pensacola-Panama CityC (Dec. 3, '68) Reflection (Mobil Oil Corp.) 78 Dec. 10,'68-Mar. 10,,'69 Vibroseis Seismograph Service Corp. Cape San Blas-Ptnta Gorda (Dec. 17, '68) (Self) 79 Dec. 23-31, '68 Non-explosion Mobil Oil Corp. 1 SW-Line SW of Cape San Bias (Dec., 17, '68) Seismic (Self) r-'

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18 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY MAINLAND Six operating companies which conducted geophysical surveys on the Florida mainland in 1968, with the counties in which the work was done, contractors used, and the crew weeks of activity, are shown in Table 7. TABLE 7. GEOPHYSICAL ACTIVITY ON THE FLORIDA MAINLAND, 1968. Operator Crew (and County) Contractor Weeks Humble Self 4 (Escambia) Also Ray Geophysical Pan American Central 14 (Santa Rosa) Phillips 3 (Collier) Shell 8 (Charlotte and Hendry) Texaco Self 17 (Orange) Total Crew Weeks, 1968 46 LAND Figure 10 shows the location, and a tabulation of lease information, for Florida's two current offshore State leases. The mineral rights of both of these leases, containing a combined total of 3,910,460 acres, are held by the Coastal Petroleum Company, and the annual rental received by the State from these leases is $49,614.40. Also, Coastal holds State Mineral Lease No. 248 on 11 lake bottoms of Florida containing a combined total of 660,736 acres, including Lake Okeechobee, with 467,200 acres; the annual rental on this lease is $19,985.92. During December, 1964, an agreement was concluded by Coastal Petroleum with Mobil Oil Corporation, approved by the Trustees of the Internal Improvement Fund of Florida, covering Coastal's two leases of State offshore acreage (No. 224-A and No. 224-B) and of mainland water bottoms (No. 248). Under this agreement Mobil may earn a 50 percent interest in oil, gas and sulphur in the three leases, and a 50 percent interest in certain other mineral rights in certain areas of the two offshore leases when and if it has spent $10 million in exploration and drilling on the properties, or has concluded a prescribed exploration and drilling program through 1974, whichever occurs first.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 65 19 \ ..-.. -." At the request of the U.S. " * > "7-" .... /i t te re et of te U.. Departm ent of efene the State lesing resetriction d ;/ Coastal Pet.Co -". of224-A 1,93,100 $22,566.40 one-eighth 224-B 1,974,360 $27,048.00 one-eighth 0. 6-· Total 3,910,460 $49,64.40 Company State Ol --and Share 0 any cL -I-, Lease Acres Rental Production Coastal Pet.Co-224-A 1,936,100 $22,566.40 one-eighth / 224-B 1,974,360 $27,048.00 one-eighth I Total 3,910,460 $49,614.40 Lease outlines are approximate Figure 10. Offshore Florida State leases, December 31, 1968.

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20 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY The State's jurisdiction extends 10.36 miles from the mainland on most of the west coast, and 3 miles from shore on the east coast. All of this acreage, with the exception of that shown on figure 10 to be leased to Coastal, and the relatively small amount of restricted acreage located offshore from northwestern Florida, is available for lease. Current figures on acreage leased on the Florida mainland in addition to that held under State Lease No. 248 by Coastal are not available to this office. In 1965, however, these figures totaled 3,075,219 acres. RULES AND REGULATIONS State Board of Conservation Order No. 7 approved the Polling Agreement for the unitization of the Sunoco-Felda field, as submitted by the Sun Oil Company, owner of all of the working interest in the Unit Area. As provided by Order No. 7 and associated documentation, the terms of which became effective October 1, 1968, Sun will inject fresh water into the aquifer of peripheral wells of the Roberts Pool of the Sunoco-Felda field to conserve reservoir energy. The Roberts Pool is defined as occurring between 11,420 feet and 11,570 feet subsurface in the Sun, No. 1 Red Cattle Company welt To accomplish this two and perhaps three dry or marginally productive wells will be converted into injection facilities in the near future. These new facilities will supplement a single salt water injection well for pressure maintenance as authorized in 1966 by State Board of Conservation Order No. 4; this original facility was installed without a unitization agreement. The unitization accomplished by Order No. 7 was ratified by more than 94 percent of the royalty owners in the Unit Area, which contains 22 producing wells in the field. Not included are 6 wells located to the west of Sunoco-Felda field proper. In connection with this unitization for the Sunoco-Felda field, separate ownerships within the Unit Area will be combined, with each royalty owner in the unit to receive an equitable share of the unitized subtances produced. Unitization as authorized by Order No. 7 will prevent waste of the oil and gas the correlative rights of interested parties. NORPHLET (?) DISCOVERY FLOMATON AREA, ALABAMA The Humble Oil and Refining Company offically completed their No. 1 Wessner et al Flomaton area discovery well on October 15, 1968. The location of this test is; Section 14 -Township 1 North-Range 8 East (Survey: northeast quarter of the northeast quarter of the section). This site is about 4 miles north of the Escambia County, Florida boundary line.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 65 21 Production was through perforations at 15,320 -15,360 feet in a Norphlet (?) sand section. Calculated absolute open flow was 30 million cubic feet of gas per day with 1,563 barrels of condensate (48.3 degrees API gravity). Gas constituents of the gas recovery were: 44.8 percent hydrocarbon gases, 47.3 percent carbon dioxide, 6.9 percent hydrogen sulphide, and 1 percent nitrogen. This well bottomed 1½ feet of salt at a depth of 15,383 feet. On December 31, 1968 the Humble, No. 1 Loper test, located about 1 1/3 miles south southeast of the discovery well, was drilling below 14,894 feet.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 65 23 BIBLIOGRAPHY 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, 2p., 1 fig. Applin, Paul 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, 82 p., 53 fig., 11 plates and 2 tables. Banks, Joseph E. 1960 Petroleum in Comanche (Cretaceous) section, Bend area, Florida: Am. Assoc. Petroleum Geologists Bull., v. 44, no. 11, p. 1737-1748, 5 figs., 4 tables. Oglesby, Woodson R. 1965 Folio of South Florida Basin, a preliminary study: Florida Geol. Survey Map Series No, 5.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 65 25 APPENDIX I EXPLORATORY WELL INFORMATION, 1968

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COLLIER COUNTY Total Division of Commenced Depth Elevation Geology No. API No. Well Name (Completed) (feet) (eet) W-8385 09-021-20004 Humble Oil and Refining Co. Nov. 6, '67 11,705 19.3 Ground No. 25 GuLf Coast Realties Corp. (Apr. 15, '68) Location: Sec. 19 -T485 -R30E (990' from North line, and 990' from East line of the section) Remarks: A. Subsurface recora: 1) Initial production on pump from the Sunniland upper "C" through perforations 11, 569-11, 577 feet (IES) was 62 BOPD included in 368 barrels of fluid per day. Gravity, 25. 8 degrees. w 2) Casing Program: 20"at 233' in 26" hole with 400 sacks of cement 13 3/8" at 1, 394' in 18)" hole with 650 sacks of cement 9 5/8"at 3, 714' in 121" hole with 400 sacks of cement 51" at 11,700' in 8" hole with 450 sacks of cement 3) DST: None

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COLLIER COUNTY Total Division of Commenced Depth Elevation : Geology No. API No. Well Name (Completed) (feet) (feet) W-8490 09-021-20005 Sun Oil Co. Aug. 14, '68 11,567 46.60 DF No. 1 Alico-State Oil Unit (Sept. 16, '68) Location: Sec. 5 -T46S -R30E (1343. 3' FWL and 1397. 1' FNL of the section) This location is 4j miles directly east of the Sun, No 1-A The Collier Co. producer, which is the most southeastern well of the field. Remarks: Z A. Subsurface record: O 1) Temporarily abandoned. o\ 2) Casing program: 20" in 26" hole at 85' w/200 SX 13 3/8"in 171"hole at 1139' w/650 SX 9 5/8" in 12*" hole at 3546' w/200 SX

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1.J 09 COLUMBIA COUNTY Total Division of Commenced Depth Elevation Geology No. API No. Well Name (Completed) (feet) (feet) W-8586 09-023-20001 , Bradley No. 1 Brunswick Pulp July 24, '68 3, 100' 96 DF and Paper Co. (Aug. 14, '68) (shale) C 0 Location: *r Sec. 18 -T6S -R17E (center of the SW/4 of the NE/4) 0r Remarks: A. Subsurface record: 0 1) PandA 2) Casing program: 13 3/8"at 151' in 17)" hole with 200 sacks of cement 8 5/8" at 1,410" in 121Z" hole with 750 sacks of cement 3) Plugging details , Set 117' of cement in bottom of 8 5/8" casing, and 100 feet below. Top of plug was tagged.

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COLUMBIA COUNTY Total Dirision of Commenced Depth Elevation Geology No. API No. Well Name (Completed) (feet) (feet) W-8585 09-023-20003 Bradley Nov. 23, '68 3115 79. 5 DF No. 1 Carter (Dec. 6, '68) Location: Sec. 25 -T6S -R16E (center of the SW/4 of NE/4) Remarks: A. Subsurface record: 1) Pand A 2) This well was drilled primarily to test the clastics of the lower C part of the Upper Cretaceous section. 3) Casing program: 13 3/8" in 17 " hole at 151' 8 5/8" in 12*" hole at 1400' 4) Plugging details Set 70 sacks of cement at 1283'-1510' Parts of the hole not cemented were filled with drilling fluid with a weight of 9. 2, and a viscosity of 36. Set 10 sacks of cement in top of the 8 5/8" casing

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PAPE COUNTY -' '--------------------------------------------------------------------Total DWvsion of Commenced Depth Elevation GOology No. API No. Well Name (Completed) (feet) (feet) W,8387 09-025-2002 RK Petroleum Corp, Apr, 8, 1968 11,603 25 DF No. 2 Florida State Lease 1939-1939S (May 10, 1968) Location! Sec. 17 -T54S -R35E (460' from the South line, and 660'1 from the East line of the section) Remarks: A. Subsurface record 1) PandA 2) The Mobil Oil Corporation, which holds leases in the Pinecrest area to the west of 0 this State acreage, contributed substantially to the drilling of this test. 3) Casing program 20" at 120' in 24" hole with 280 sacks of cement 13 3/8 "at 1,054' in 17" hole with 650 sacks of cement 9 5/8"at 3, 759' in 12*" hole with 250 sacks of cement 4) Plugging cetails 11,300 -11, 562' Set 116 sacks of cement 3, 858 -11, 300' Drilling fluid 3, 658 -3, 858 Set 80 sacks of cement 30 -3, 658 Drilling fluid 0 -30 Set 10 sacks of cement Also, grouted 25 sacks of cement over a 75-foot interval of the anulus between the 9 5/8" and 13 3/8" casings. 5) DST No. 1 at 11, 346'-l 1, 390' Open 4.hours. Bottom-hole closed-in pressure, 3, 799 psi. Recovery 15' of brown oil, 725' of salt water and 2, 044' of water cushion DST No. 2 at 11, 470'-11, 603'. Open 4 hours. Bottom-hole closed-in pressure, 2, 656 psi. Recovery 158' of salt water and 2, 000' of water cushion.

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FRANKLIN COUNTY Total Division of Commenced Depth Elevation Geology No. API No. Well Name (Completed) (feet) (feet) 09-683-20003 Mobil, No. 1 Florida May 17, '68 14, 369 33 DF State Lease 224-A, Farm C (JuLy 15, '68) Location: North 420 03' 47" East 21, 639. 31 feet from Tri-Station St. George Lighthouse which is at latitude 290 35' 14. 67" and Longitude 850 02' 49. 505" and South 770 36' 49 " West 26, 640. 09 feet from Tri-Station Cedar which is at Latitude 290 38' 51. 982" and Longitude 840 55' 11.533"

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HENDRY COUNTY Total Division of Commenced Depth Zlevation Oeology No. API No. Well Name (Completed) (feet) (fset) W-8434 09-051-20001 Sun Oil Company May 21, 68' 11,549' 55 DF No. 26-1 Lee-Cypress (June 25, '68) Location: Sec. 26 -T45S -R28E (1331.4' from North line, apd 1324$ 6' from E line of the section) Remarks: A. Subsurface record: 1) P and A 2) Casing program 20" at 108' in 26" hole with 230 sacks of cement 13 3/6" at 1147' in 17)" hole with 950 sacks of cement 9 5/8" at 3555' in 12)" hole with 200 sacks of cement 3) Plugging details Set cement plug at 11, 249'011, 549' Set 100' of cement inside, and 100' of cement outside of 9 5/8" casing, or from 3455'-3, 655' Cut and recored 80 joints of 9 5/8" casing Set 100' of cement inside, and 100' of cement outside of 13 3/8" casing, or from 1, 047'-1, 247' Set 10 sacks of cement in the top of the 13 3/8" casing 4) DST at 11,481'-11,491' with 5/8"and *" chokes. Open 4 hours. Working pressure, 0. Bottom-hole pressures: flowing, 1500 psi; closed-in, 4600 psi. Recovery, 300' very slightly oil cut fresh water, 6175' of salt water (chlorine, 125, 000 ppm).

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HENDRY COUNTY Total Dsvision of Commenced Depth Elevtion Geology No. API No. Well Name (Completed) (feet) I(teet) W-8609 09-051-20002 Sun, No. 28-1 Lee-Cypress July 5 , '68 11,479 48.5 DF (Aug. 31, '68) Location: Sec. 28 -T45S -R28E (1330. 5 from North line, and 1, 129.3' from the East line of the section. Tnis is 200' East of the center of the NE/4 of the section). Remarks: A. Subsurface record: -1) Initial production on pump through perforations at 11,486'-11,489' an amount of 105 BOPD with 88 barrels of salt water. The GOR ratio was 70 to 1. The corrected gravity was 25.2 degrees API at 60 degrees temperature. The pump was working at a rate of 94 strokes a minute, with a 100-inch stroke. P 0t 2) DST at 11,470'-11,479' with 3/8" and i" chokes. Water cushion, 2000 feet. Bottom hole pressures were: Flowing: 3.234 psi Closed-In: 4.931 psi Recovery was 3, 000' of sweet gas, 254' of clean oil, 1, 800 of oil cut with gas and fresh water OJ

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HENDRY COUNTY Total Division of Commenced Depth Elevation Geology No. API No. Well Name (Completed) (feet) (feet) W-7804 09-051-20004 Sun Oil Co. Nov. 16, '68 11,582 50 DF No. 21-2 Red Cattle Co. "B" (Dec. 15, '68) Location: Sec. 21 -T45S -R28E (1219.4 from West line, and 1,218. 3 from North line of the section. This places the well 150' Northwest of the center of the NW/4 of the section. Remarks: A. Subsurface record: 1) Temporarily abandoned 2) Casing program 20" at 108' in 26"hole with 200 sacks of cement 13 3/8"at 1, 169' in 17"Ihole with 650 sacks of cement 9 5/8" at 3, 550' in 12*" hole with 200 sacks of cement 3) Plugging details Set 100' of cement inside, and 100' of cement outside of the 9 5/8" casing

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HENDRY COUNTY Total Division of Commenced Depth Elevation Geology No. API No. Well Name (Comleted) (feet) (feet) 09-051-20003 Sun Oil Company Sept. 27, '68 11,488 49 DF No. 21-4 Red Cattle Co. "B" (Dec. 17, '68) 0 Location: Sec. 21 -T45S -R28E (1188.12' from East line, and 1469. 7' from South line of the section) Remarks: A. Subsurface record: 1) Initial production on pump from the Roberts zone through perforations at 11, 479'-11, 483' was 82 BOPD with 161 barrels of salt water 2) Casing program: O 20" at 68' in 26" hole with 125 sacks of cement 13 3/8"at 1126' in 17j" hole with 800 sacks of cement 9 5/8" at 3416' in 12-" hole with 200 sacks of cement 5)" at 11,488' in 8L" hole with 300 sacks of cement 2" at 11,486' 3) DST: None u,

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HERNANDO COUNTY Total Dwvision of Commenced Depth Elevation CGolopy No, API No. Well Name (Completed) (feet) (feet) W.8533 09-0.4-20002 Davis and Thayer Aug. 21, '68 6,764 151 DF No. 1 Davis (Oct. 3, '68) Location: Sec. 11 -T23S -R20E (515' north of the sE uth line, and 529' west of the east line of the NW/4 of the SE/4 of the section) Remarks: A. Subsurface record 1) P and A 0 2) This was a Cretaceous test. It reached weathered quartzitic sandstone at 6, 720 feet. 3) Casing program 18" at 43' with 19 sacks of cement 16 "at 122' with 50 sacks of cement 101" at 867' with 115 sacks of cement at bottom, plus 45 sacks of cement at the top 7 7/8" at 3, 199 with 160 sacks of cement 4) Plugging details Set 120 sacks of cement from 2, 926'-3, 500' .This emplaced 273 sacks inside of the 7 5/8" casing, and 301 feet of cement outside Recovered 1, 615' of 7 5/8" casing.

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PALM BEACH COUNTY Total Division of Commenced Depth Elevation Geology No. API No. Well Name (Completed) (feet) (feet) W-8322 09-099-20004 Amerada Petroleum Corp. Feb. 11, '68 10, 905 30 DF No. 1 Connecticut Sugar Corp. (Mar. 26, '68) (in dolomite 1 and limestone) Location: Sec. 21 -T43S -R29E (2100' FEL and 660' FNL of the section) Remarks: A. Subsurface record: 1) P and A. This was Fredericksburg and Sunniland Limestone test. 2) DST (7660' -7734)Chokes, 5/8"and 1/4". After 2 hours recovered 4483' of salt water. Bottom-hole opened pressure 2206 psi. Bottom-hole closed-in pressure 3275 psi. 3) Casing program: 20 in 24"hole at 150' w/250 SX 13 3/8" in 17-" hole at 1, 209' w/700 SX 9 5/8" in 12*" hole at 4, 015' w/400 SX 4) Plugging details 7,456' -7, 625' Set 60 sacks of cement 3, 915' -4, 115' Set 75 sacks of cement Set 60 sacks of cement in the anulus between the 9 5/8"and 13 3/8" casings, from 1, 014' -1, 209' Set 20 sacks of cement in the top of the 9 5/8" casing Welded a steel plate over the top of the 13 3/8" casing. No casing was pulled from this well. 5) DST at 7668-7734 with 5/8" and 1/4" chokes. Open 2hours. Bottom hole pressures: Hydrostatic, 3. 482 psi. Flowing, 2. 206 psi. Closed in, 3, 275 psi. Recovery 4483' of salt water

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SANTA ROSA COUNTY Total Dsvision of Commenced Depth Elevation Geoloy No. API No. Well Name (Completed) (feet) (feet) W-8534 09-113-20002 Kirby, No. 1 Findley-Ard Comp'l Oct. 31,'68 6513' 260 DF Location: Sec. 12 -T5N -R29W (660' North and 660' East of the SW corner of the section) Remarks: A. Subsurface record: 1) PandA

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO.65 39 APPENDIX II BUREAU OF GEOLOGY CARBONATE CLASSIFICATION

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'iLOHIDIA GEOIOG1C;A Li SUHVEY CAHHONATIE CLASSIFICATION' SLIMESTONE DOLOMITE -Original texture nht -Origintal Txture Altered visilly altered ex. Moderately Stronj y capt by cementation Leas than 10% Partially Less than l0-75% ' More than 75% Original texture and compaction, Dolomite Dolomitized 10% DoloGranoDolomite with obliterated, Less than 10% mite blastic relic texture. More than 75% Dolom.ite, Dolomite ___Dolomite, Calcilutite Fine grained Carbonate facies Calcilutite Partially rePartially Crystalline Dolomitic Calcilutitic carbonate 10% impurities of crystallized. Dolomitized, particles, noncarbonate Calcilutite. Calcilutite, Calcilutite Calcilutite Dolomite Major perminerals_ centage of Impure facies 10Impure Partially carbonate 50% impurities of Calcilutite (Marl) Dolomitized fraction i noncarbonate, clay Impure clay and silt and silt sized Calcilutite size. minerals Sandy facies 10Sandy Crystalline Crystalline 50% clastic nonCalcilutite Sandy Dolomite, 0 carbonate sand Calcilutite with impure T sized impurities _and sandy Calcarenite applied where Major perCarbonate Calcarenite Dolomitic appropriate, 0 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 in size. _Calcarenite Calcirudite Major perCarbonate Calcirudite Crystalline centage of Calcirudite sediments Impure Impure Partially composed Calcirudite Dolomiti ed of carbonate Calcirudite particles Sandy Sandy Partially recoarser than Calcirudite crystallized 2 millimetesz Sandy in diameter. __ Calcirudite ___

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describe
'281' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABLA' 'sip-files00005.pro'
56088fb8baea37026b1b0ff7978c79da
05140cfe4190a6d80edd3fe6a5f1e0f1f644f639
'2017-03-03T12:44:36-05:00'
describe
'3232' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABLB' 'sip-files00005.QC.jpg'
57ad5a4d4b9a69e2206c82d806e10be9
0cb705969f2159f8091ea9ebd603c4b7f9f07403
'2017-03-03T12:46:37-05:00'
describe
'939280' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABLC' 'sip-files00005.tif'
d1ab3fb555d3d2a0d9676351af090d55
35893667bdb00ebb6177e457483bca70bfe3da86
'2017-03-03T12:48:09-05:00'
describe
'372' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABLD' 'sip-files00005.txt'
4d1d171e8e0bf8dd56edbc005cfd6804
2be64dcbeb1d6636bf998fc3e0cf651970b0308d
describe
'1306' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABLE' 'sip-files00005thm.jpg'
47eefec81f8918d016e179aa74dd19b6
5b049c1b587dba21e819eb4ebaaf011983a80c29
describe
'167674' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABLF' 'sip-files00006.jp2'
df4856650666872ff4c61324f83bb40c
a1a6a75b740eb6f0247b3149ebd77b617d9b5bc4
'2017-03-03T12:46:35-05:00'
describe
'143389' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABLG' 'sip-files00006.jpg'
041a3aa1d0a4250b9841ce12847608ea
5d22b7147279797be9c094f36bc5b01824fb1d04
'2017-03-03T12:43:22-05:00'
describe
'62633' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABLH' 'sip-files00006.pro'
5f57fd980ad27028803b2955b6a78982
aeb6afa042973baaf612bcb2d85f3605b08653fc
'2017-03-03T12:47:50-05:00'
describe
'42675' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABLI' 'sip-files00006.QC.jpg'
39f85569e0057af939b8c9c3a3593e02
48a6b9c8b1cb158811492b1c8a1fda5d4572c332
'2017-03-03T12:48:30-05:00'
describe
'973224' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABLJ' 'sip-files00006.tif'
e612965b15df0c81e56aee1c07f16c18
4c3facdd70cc1d8f6aff013023bd200e8d897c8a
'2017-03-03T12:48:04-05:00'
describe
'2630' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABLK' 'sip-files00006.txt'
b772911cb18632a2531528e6f89818ff
fe0e7418ea2ce86738ae613f281d68b061f84f9c
describe
'10444' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABLL' 'sip-files00006thm.jpg'
ffeabadaca4f0be158e5a89ec0c8e0e1
d5fa60d073db1a4b77c864deec14c0f635769294
'2017-03-03T12:47:32-05:00'
describe
'105187' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABLM' 'sip-files00007.jp2'
c2ae4a0152d335c8e904fff6cb9a63b8
7ef16512fcda1c53f4ef94d0fb9b4fbfdce29031
'2017-03-03T12:46:05-05:00'
describe
'90609' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABLN' 'sip-files00007.jpg'
04d48559325bf84fdf6e9e1cee249c6e
b4baffc84f06fb4de550e49afd293655a81bf7b1
'2017-03-03T12:45:01-05:00'
describe
'28532' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABLO' 'sip-files00007.pro'
a51ccacc507d5a5d00896922052de61f
6746914456dcfe0864941017363510d39e9668d2
describe
'28565' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABLP' 'sip-files00007.QC.jpg'
e3b9b1efd06b0d8063c820301ed2e39c
638d0f6a4111838317f6e2fff765b8771a675dea
'2017-03-03T12:46:34-05:00'
describe
'998668' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABLQ' 'sip-files00007.tif'
c61800fd6f5ac5c589b3b4c874056cc5
a8cc3a8432451b6bf0b355924560198404ae3dab
'2017-03-03T12:48:13-05:00'
describe
'1292' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABLR' 'sip-files00007.txt'
c4c84f31b76356b0369d515ca8d9c4ec
2835ee8baaccfffdccd84903b54c0a58f7e02f53
'2017-03-03T12:46:04-05:00'
describe
'8345' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABLS' 'sip-files00007thm.jpg'
4ba3f2f80f41007325ff70598a55855c
040878cac2053356ba8805e417b15cca411bd7b9
describe
'119211' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABLT' 'sip-files00008.jp2'
5ac40da142cf587a5cb89853baaf6799
06ec6043796e96a4f9270c84b1161cb0dc40b810
'2017-03-03T12:43:58-05:00'
describe
'99194' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABLU' 'sip-files00008.jpg'
dc09eb0026e04b6a209ecb8d35833d43
7e0c14c46e10d53815737a6160cc0b1ee53298db
'2017-03-03T12:47:34-05:00'
describe
'42671' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABLV' 'sip-files00008.pro'
81ff349460308afaabba6cf3000c8474
fcc6522964b2ed4dbacd4488a249f4601b282d13
describe
'30527' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABLW' 'sip-files00008.QC.jpg'
a4a754e039e3a1ac94a7b4cdb7636715
20b963c9dfcafebf9f4727149edc207725639c9a
'2017-03-03T12:43:26-05:00'
describe
'984604' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABLX' 'sip-files00008.tif'
e912eef8b874532eb293a40764806e22
d5be6d14db9d33ce7bc72a954364c7f0e0e92388
'2017-03-03T12:48:05-05:00'
describe
'1919' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABLY' 'sip-files00008.txt'
dcd6d165abfbb2a600dd58e89f9bdcf9
771b90c888cf9fb7281a5fbcb7a8eccd295fa33f
'2017-03-03T12:44:32-05:00'
describe
'8545' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABLZ' 'sip-files00008thm.jpg'
eb1b53655ec5b8431d6b1e1003cf1dd0
f5c593003c2868cd02dafea094fed88d29b15914
describe
'65954' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABMA' 'sip-files00009.jp2'
1ac77f3fdc7639827288a02747a9444c
8094eec095f5fc1e6ccce77a52d9593168d1cba6
'2017-03-03T12:48:40-05:00'
describe
'29306' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABMB' 'sip-files00009.jpg'
b18cf19e4e94e879b9c8027909bef853
e0cb5d24dd5c3f68d6af4b05403793646358bd8f
'2017-03-03T12:47:25-05:00'
describe
'29299' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABMC' 'sip-files00009.pro'
7dbfb0808d1fa0dcbcd0291f5aa24299
e3cecdcdce927f1ba49e3f3429d6fced4d39fabb
'2017-03-03T12:47:02-05:00'
describe
'9404' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABMD' 'sip-files00009.QC.jpg'
fed2603a35000d7abd788562022b2b32
4a81c2d67ba7c1712443b97ad956ad9629b9b8e8
'2017-03-03T12:47:51-05:00'
describe
'957936' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABME' 'sip-files00009.tif'
f861f0656a96ca7a9657cb2d04855eaa
01d0d356c4264541fbc72a11dcdffb365e679b77
describe
'1291' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABMF' 'sip-files00009.txt'
39754e64af8ee52a842a863c7199e8c8
5a93221c102a4c5600ae33e243cca954e8400e52
describe
'3265' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABMG' 'sip-files00009thm.jpg'
462222b71c453658412eef771a99ba82
4d4be7c619f0406cf601fbd2cdf665e30eeb3284
'2017-03-03T12:43:23-05:00'
describe
'133547' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABMH' 'sip-files00010.jp2'
e21411ce5db3fae55ccb2eab045b0859
ba3eb77c1d5d94fbce508e98b2e0593800f889d3
describe
'62206' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABMI' 'sip-files00010.jpg'
196024f2884a0c00cfc1b0307d3f90d6
a7b3ea2969222b8812c10e526033aa7cdbf9a74f
'2017-03-03T12:47:59-05:00'
describe
'27461' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABMJ' 'sip-files00010.pro'
00b5a5b79e8bec376aeef73a06934630
ca2bb48ac43ca885fe5044c5983f3f5ac59266c5
'2017-03-03T12:47:06-05:00'
describe
'20198' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABMK' 'sip-files00010.QC.jpg'
8838ec33e5cb1c60bbc4d0b537367537
1832b923e0f8408a7a2d907d1a60025696edda46
'2017-03-03T12:47:39-05:00'
describe
'942364' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABML' 'sip-files00010.tif'
62c9746b397b3e8c4e7acfa79a25aaae
7ceded1d8284da8e75836385957eedb6cfd392a8
describe
'1229' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABMM' 'sip-files00010.txt'
47b455f901c619db6bcd6251872078ee
2663d739f541d7573d64671e64fef0c31e9691b6
'2017-03-03T12:48:46-05:00'
describe
Invalid character
WARNING CODE 'Daitss::Anomaly' Invalid character
'5837' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABMN' 'sip-files00010thm.jpg'
11adfba7b0eaeb993a96a188ece9ef56
f0f389924ca0cc20f52b02c92206441724c9ec33
describe
'154584' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABMO' 'sip-files00011.jp2'
9b7572278a963cd80308a2bc83952d7c
5afde99f9aee7479f5fa734d5f904b5b47dda279
describe
'135569' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABMP' 'sip-files00011.jpg'
306f4afa4bad7f1d53c15b5de19ae1ce
20f3135ac41c72c7e8b63480d9d4db87f77afbaf
'2017-03-03T12:45:02-05:00'
describe
'68384' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABMQ' 'sip-files00011.pro'
a07447443b0bbf4ea3bbc333df09bff9
7297134031dfcbdf9aac3caac856bcafaf1bb8db
describe
'42134' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABMR' 'sip-files00011.QC.jpg'
077b8d2b0b7320cde188455fe5de8f12
dbf5f59f5480c10c3a8818c831a516ecbb97bc6b
'2017-03-03T12:47:04-05:00'
describe
'969292' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABMS' 'sip-files00011.tif'
82e8d86e387ebb06a064f07c59d003dd
9b636b50f3f89b36705326fd7d374b0c4456833c
'2017-03-03T12:47:56-05:00'
describe
'3317' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABMT' 'sip-files00011.txt'
15f9ae2725ec8cde2009cabf5ed941ab
879254a248b0371e7e93ae59c247e3faf6dbb1c8
'2017-03-03T12:48:33-05:00'
describe
'10884' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABMU' 'sip-files00011thm.jpg'
a873527fe8f56bd64237931110999cd8
534d538600ec34d3bf3403573c45dd357a389e34
describe
'156819' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABMV' 'sip-files00012.jp2'
bde7c4badf5a935036ca56670c42dd2d
c35e1ece612bd18d8c69ff58bbee92d45cd0dd04
'2017-03-03T12:47:37-05:00'
describe
'134029' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABMW' 'sip-files00012.jpg'
b214c335c915596f68f108135fb0db92
2805d7211da38e363629c1b0d9e2bd8724f191f1
'2017-03-03T12:48:15-05:00'
describe
'62114' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABMX' 'sip-files00012.pro'
eb2264faea24e51f8e43822af440b46c
171b1cecef2182c75546f3705dd6d5e79edc80cf
describe
'40432' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABMY' 'sip-files00012.QC.jpg'
56acd5f5b8d1fbff176f579f82b5adf0
d3305efee2b3c65d3d3bd7958a281691fd0cbac5
'2017-03-03T12:48:36-05:00'
describe
'989288' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABMZ' 'sip-files00012.tif'
8a62390e91a85d173d97e15ac6f4232b
87f09c17b785017c3544ae783118cb1052629f42
'2017-03-03T12:47:44-05:00'
describe
'2703' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABNA' 'sip-files00012.txt'
6eb2e6d93a477668f2d703ebb35b397c
fc0ca989cb9b2a147bbf6844e3ef315f373a884e
'2017-03-03T12:48:29-05:00'
describe
Invalid character
Invalid character
'10409' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABNB' 'sip-files00012thm.jpg'
6294d4300a6036f0d68749baa56b8312
ea22cfb805b61ade41154e442eaf4e8460a3151f
describe
'146476' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABNC' 'sip-files00013.jp2'
5f0cdf1891dc899546487de320ab6bf1
8c42147249c812596fa1654b647611d8fa0c5cea
'2017-03-03T12:46:33-05:00'
describe
'62141' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABND' 'sip-files00013.jpg'
4226b4697c100137635ac413e1c6013c
f7ca0b2bf042e042c9afc9c40129256a72927bd0
describe
'34645' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABNE' 'sip-files00013.pro'
cd75174a53a3fc5a397ea356be0fa214
a686ed2b65b74bd078d4f9588556c21e2933e122
describe
'19081' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABNF' 'sip-files00013.QC.jpg'
9abd05e0af7059026e1f223dc59d6847
42172eadf29eeaeb37f258a5b42403e68327f2f6
describe
'970440' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABNG' 'sip-files00013.tif'
b20cae04e06cc9c05c154b4f73642605
a30a1e9f15148b30a3c7d694780cbd8fcae2d00a
'2017-03-03T12:47:58-05:00'
describe
'1928' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABNH' 'sip-files00013.txt'
6eb01f048d76f8b46351c1c032971c6f
a6cb0288ce14de179d1d037dc2d19707cf0aee03
'2017-03-03T12:44:33-05:00'
describe
Invalid character
Invalid character
'5291' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABNI' 'sip-files00013thm.jpg'
1fe3c03a06d1603cb070f2558300f740
1041c426cad9c68dbe25d51d101ad35641770fe1
'2017-03-03T12:44:37-05:00'
describe
'173737' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABNJ' 'sip-files00014.jp2'
f097f156268941572883d09b18220ade
c84229118a314c8f97c6694debe59d5504ddd2f2
'2017-03-03T12:47:31-05:00'
describe
'148471' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABNK' 'sip-files00014.jpg'
54868c6c382ad1a1ec467cbfb2a0a12c
128b0d501f64b207327b7cf4d855bf8c11ca4061
'2017-03-03T12:43:20-05:00'
describe
'69002' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABNL' 'sip-files00014.pro'
1ecdf4f87064d9d2bd8e46058c5ef8f8
2fdc176f24b4c1fc86bf275b61e7784bcc0b17a6
'2017-03-03T12:48:31-05:00'
describe
'45844' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABNM' 'sip-files00014.QC.jpg'
9be5f840e42dc4b458b6ec7beee0d280
1bcd4fe2ef5e1e9d22b37aa0472a2fafc2065588
describe
'991756' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABNN' 'sip-files00014.tif'
8506056f3d22cbd15d721057caa3fd18
4761d2d00540a185293b7d6ea4327335efc7d247
describe
'2926' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABNO' 'sip-files00014.txt'
f2074df046596c646679b915987eb7ff
4227b0133dc43d48a327cdb412bd9f0f7c9090ce
'2017-03-03T12:45:34-05:00'
describe
Invalid character
Invalid character
'11420' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABNP' 'sip-files00014thm.jpg'
8e95d5f1eb6ce11be00d5c5f65c764f3
7fbd8a56a44f622c21ecd83d8782faa579b8df20
'2017-03-03T12:48:06-05:00'
describe
'68043' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABNQ' 'sip-files00015.jp2'
89735f0314b7bede9a5935249f8a0fdc
b8ec1151d803a8283a7ca3359c36648b336786ab
'2017-03-03T12:47:26-05:00'
describe
'28234' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABNR' 'sip-files00015.jpg'
e90c29e96e39ac4421706e8c9fdc03f5
8108ff5563d4bf9e980963270037bcbe854513ca
describe
'33236' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABNS' 'sip-files00015.pro'
22f5fd944388ed9a9cbd8a2fc9c6d91a
88c8cfdfa3f96d1e2ef7701c18c899e69ae35b81
describe
'9723' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABNT' 'sip-files00015.QC.jpg'
c3f544ce8e29e9e39eed45fbd88d8732
a53cddb0456d9574f8d27a67b6c7ac754fa5c14d
'2017-03-03T12:47:55-05:00'
describe
'973292' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABNU' 'sip-files00015.tif'
9534dddadf0794306550c2ee7fab2749
59405d9c185d52a008247ab64c3609e873b2e04d
'2017-03-03T12:47:33-05:00'
describe
'1384' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABNV' 'sip-files00015.txt'
e5052f5a4202d486db0ba99ecbbc24da
1e520b1216cf534381767e0ab8703d35c5736416
'2017-03-03T12:47:47-05:00'
describe
'3427' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABNW' 'sip-files00015thm.jpg'
cbed51eddae690150157e3cadb467759
6a9ba9fe5e895b39f44001e9059f44334520eaf2
'2017-03-03T12:48:47-05:00'
describe
'95804' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABNX' 'sip-files00016.jp2'
6db0ae9bcf6fb0e4269b0431a50bde5f
393e1c91a1e09931b1a3bc7c0a88a09addb70313
'2017-03-03T12:48:43-05:00'
describe
'84047' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABNY' 'sip-files00016.jpg'
ebd0f47244223958cc8574edf36c5d8b
061ba3b3977ec3d0a50b499d26187765f690f39a
describe
'22828' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABNZ' 'sip-files00016.pro'
7eadaeb70f5a1079a888083483b34114
608780f4de032b4530fd8a4a92046048ef6d4d81
'2017-03-03T12:47:35-05:00'
describe
'27720' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABOA' 'sip-files00016.QC.jpg'
b137d814b774ee8e39ae4c7aa0f9db6d
6f31aaec979c0f582a680113cd7b741fc9954315
describe
'976576' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABOB' 'sip-files00016.tif'
a2a7400d291dd7984b30f886b5694f7b
4168c719cf0c3949cc2bfff60e46427b60e527ff
'2017-03-03T12:47:40-05:00'
describe
'1156' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABOC' 'sip-files00016.txt'
65c74f81caf163880c88509bd22cb0fe
7ba95f1fd4b5c9f6d11b1a69cf7396364d66e2c0
describe
'8385' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABOD' 'sip-files00016thm.jpg'
1bb43a8f34fac89ac6a1a6b84f4769b7
e19740b3d2fa566842a802af99302707b9f5403f
describe
'158854' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABOE' 'sip-files00017.jp2'
d2d7fa778e173062c099fd40dcf30f36
8eac1f3a1e314de5c52646838caafac84c2eee4b
'2017-03-03T12:46:36-05:00'
describe
'138562' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABOF' 'sip-files00017.jpg'
67f4466a192351967b69b69adf1e8a9b
1025799dbe585129e8cd815a75d183576b5deedc
describe
'63639' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABOG' 'sip-files00017.pro'
b85e40ce659902c16bf032f48de135ac
89700650dc50f65e534a1ce6ea1ecfcebaaa44d9
'2017-03-03T12:47:42-05:00'
describe
'44622' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABOH' 'sip-files00017.QC.jpg'
1c6e2bac1b1b6310d5c67fb6039534ab
a8d2d3bc506c01bab05cb33a50d73fb3be135592
'2017-03-03T12:47:24-05:00'
describe
'977716' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABOI' 'sip-files00017.tif'
354e0e0ccf2ce427cb57eea44bddc361
d9a6c06415add836c05b473f49b1ceeed3af0f88
'2017-03-03T12:48:50-05:00'
describe
'2785' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABOJ' 'sip-files00017.txt'
62871ee8782f138a673b395fee1ad0ef
8fdf9e5923059740fb7c03b1160ce8b3b52217db
'2017-03-03T12:43:11-05:00'
describe
'11683' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABOK' 'sip-files00017thm.jpg'
c5933229ff1088cad1a04b92eecbdd74
543694c9237984045c9d654e9cd6dfcecdbd8dbc
'2017-03-03T12:43:14-05:00'
describe
'326883' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABOL' 'sip-files00020.jp2'
6d7d04c51302a655505a5d1067dda87a
4d3fe9dc271ca4e0c0b354deec6f32a809b173bd
describe
'58371' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABOM' 'sip-files00020.jpg'
0930677e3b18aa26190e0cd279da1c32
54b2294e6d7b9634179b2c9732a2a9191503bab6
'2017-03-03T12:48:48-05:00'
describe
'108046' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABON' 'sip-files00020.pro'
a48fdf6f6be46d0ca7cfe08f632d4f7e
59da40415ed630810f586e0fab8b39bb3def9188
describe
'16455' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABOO' 'sip-files00020.QC.jpg'
f834c411fa6f5ba240cd006415ee8b6a
f4ad6429743aa2448a925d58383319fa941029d5
'2017-03-03T12:45:32-05:00'
describe
'1748716' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABOP' 'sip-files00020.tif'
60a1bee2643b37a8e062ad625895fdc3
7f406d693f90d3ddd718c14df2c5747aa1ef0e3d
'2017-03-03T12:45:03-05:00'
describe
'5838' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABOQ' 'sip-files00020.txt'
2f9871db351b91b84fabdd56d37ed3a4
44f2b55399458facf2c3c9c36907c1760bd3777e
'2017-03-03T12:43:17-05:00'
describe
Invalid character
Invalid character
'4677' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABOR' 'sip-files00020thm.jpg'
e506778b9a7c1475ed3def1c060172cc
a5b30445ac3031a1b89e6993ff246d2dc216b888
'2017-03-03T12:48:39-05:00'
describe
'339784' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABOS' 'sip-files00021.jp2'
7384c56f1714113b45895688fa296a70
ef01b5af7a641391f9aa3ccfa4a07c458648d47e
'2017-03-03T12:48:45-05:00'
describe
'61867' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABOT' 'sip-files00021.jpg'
5011327c814785d463c858d89f52eb1e
997312683a3c049b41693eff94bba02b3a6aa01d
'2017-03-03T12:47:03-05:00'
describe
'160799' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABOU' 'sip-files00021.pro'
efa2be114a8799c033dc01c241230d5f
36dffcce701ab919d37a274fae812fb8953e8479
'2017-03-03T12:47:53-05:00'
describe
'17599' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABOV' 'sip-files00021.QC.jpg'
2a1baadf7810a9ec01e3beb1c90176dd
10a17836ab8c014105bc1aea38365b0ba3b88268
'2017-03-03T12:45:35-05:00'
describe
'1676580' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABOW' 'sip-files00021.tif'
2960991822715ad7e7aba2d8e9951fa7
ba6ce069a6fbc56bac8fd25547d6ff64c10b0f88
describe
'5445' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABOX' 'sip-files00021.txt'
7821b85a71fb3aee5769c4b12957c348
1ff33b3cac796db1a871981f9944907371d835c1
'2017-03-03T12:44:35-05:00'
describe
Invalid character
Invalid character
'4775' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABOY' 'sip-files00021thm.jpg'
308ac51b91bb8e1a9561a8b46656548f
333a64db9432c99caa4d0ec39826269ab97a8d3e
describe
'279093' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABOZ' 'sip-files00022.jp2'
f12d181e98dbc77da9d1e805e8be047b
cb5a152975ba6673dc87bd2e2744b9c07494c7e8
describe
'53386' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABPA' 'sip-files00022.jpg'
aa9b9d1ef8eb14bae7f1c7d27b172712
20abb919e337902e7a02d13e90aa179fd0ca0778
'2017-03-03T12:48:11-05:00'
describe
'96509' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABPB' 'sip-files00022.pro'
09d2dd51b0e1698f2b33cefe88ffd447
7b03f21a2ef1cb6f3d818b8c528d6f8cefabbc90
'2017-03-03T12:47:38-05:00'
describe
'15248' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABPC' 'sip-files00022.QC.jpg'
1263d9806615d84af66bb72a93344419
96c508b9026ea3a4edc340e09df203d806efb9b3
describe
'1648896' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABPD' 'sip-files00022.tif'
03c2907328642fcb8431bb1beed77f4b
b0c2b464a2c726c783ffd033b43e8d1a518f016f
describe
'5482' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABPE' 'sip-files00022.txt'
0c6db8a9efe5d5c995e9837ef5d72a27
8a4f88e8b4a64ba0665381cae38c2fadce2651bd
'2017-03-03T12:45:05-05:00'
describe
Invalid character
Invalid character
'4250' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABPF' 'sip-files00022thm.jpg'
dc743591087b461a8a834a94d4288bd2
e1d759fd5cf2bf0a0028e37f10b175f519774bf1
describe
'282389' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABPG' 'sip-files00023.jp2'
b9a42220cbbb96eaf35a174998cb678a
91fa4f79a9ce24fadaee46c2ed26eb6a171230af
describe
'55270' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABPH' 'sip-files00023.jpg'
a3d34e27bdb474adde776682453d4d48
5bd97ec33aaf2f148c97a2538f3d770903779efb
'2017-03-03T12:47:52-05:00'
describe
'74650' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABPI' 'sip-files00023.pro'
ad9b401fff84d306f4b9b7a014f19b91
87f614131cf5dc1140ee93850186a15bb99f2fa7
'2017-03-03T12:45:06-05:00'
describe
'15361' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABPJ' 'sip-files00023.QC.jpg'
afb5ec722594ff3fa05b48836875fdcf
296c7d2d77f177f5093c9d4467372fb2c34658f6
'2017-03-03T12:45:31-05:00'
describe
'1676056' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABPK' 'sip-files00023.tif'
d85b4ad36483aa11a38d72b35097713b
90f1e685d0c1a245233564c9f5c3bb3a13382d17
describe
'3917' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABPL' 'sip-files00023.txt'
6bdec47b4df678967ff27d6c3416118b
756e85d66895c72223f30f8760c6bbd072f634f0
describe
Invalid character
Invalid character
'4262' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABPM' 'sip-files00023thm.jpg'
22fbdd12a616bab530281a82f52be8e0
e0cfff507bb56c61189ab864d45b44b26a439818
describe
'121827' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABPN' 'sip-files00026.jp2'
16dc571732a2ff560d35be99746e8c4a
619ae0fe0eb34a86db3d00244ec48c232bdcb4f1
describe
'112839' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABPO' 'sip-files00026.jpg'
bdb4395d5fbfd7ebce2904b4ca2c3d31
6601b678006008d0599c1022132985032d9fe020
describe
'8544' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABPP' 'sip-files00026.pro'
4ffe6e0b4af1de3aa20fed3d80053b8a
6716e4612587bbcdf948b1528b64c3bf9c0af14e
'2017-03-03T12:43:09-05:00'
describe
'38295' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABPQ' 'sip-files00026.QC.jpg'
5129fd9acb5eb225c190448aeb33e06a
d49547ffd6fc1124b8b715fb084be50385ed7860
describe
'934900' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABPR' 'sip-files00026.tif'
6e139ffb0e5f2f13070c3f48479a628f
378c49d684ac8c12f2e7af903ae4427b3d3282a7
describe
'371' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABPS' 'sip-files00026.txt'
de465a178d23d03ac9ea2435f6d91ff9
cc1ad178864e2473a6db0f6a6139ae31a7970086
describe
'10953' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABPT' 'sip-files00026thm.jpg'
a732231cb686d6eccfb9c00f9727bced
b6294de5db4dfd7589e0a0b2245f8ea8076f1e0f
'2017-03-03T12:48:10-05:00'
describe
'131966' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABPU' 'sip-files00027.jp2'
361a174f6ceb5328771506d7f5762deb
dbd892968db779fce5f8431b6425ae6dee62c2e1
'2017-03-03T12:47:27-05:00'
describe
'119698' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABPV' 'sip-files00027.jpg'
c9e5bfd2cb0762ee6944d7d7590271ec
8afa1ac883a8089004c6db31841d17d7112e611e
describe
'49292' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABPW' 'sip-files00027.pro'
9d1ff4f193863b4efab17b85402f9cb0
4af151af3c5f7a3386dc6187a370edeaf260511f
describe
'37621' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABPX' 'sip-files00027.QC.jpg'
1b0755613f7fe950211d6ee0e7bbedf9
afa004551f9e560291f2450d1dfd0185c297df1d
describe
'933036' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABPY' 'sip-files00027.tif'
f96c47ace6ba1291b627ea78708674a0
d9ad09f7789443f2d04fe0fd57b2f0f0945e4f2d
describe
'2036' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABPZ' 'sip-files00027.txt'
6f1a28f19016470cb6a91344a2cf6b6b
334b91326988c7dcd93e732012e0eea0269cba4a
'2017-03-03T12:44:34-05:00'
describe
'9348' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABQA' 'sip-files00027thm.jpg'
19cd85aee58e7051b56046ac2074a95a
05acd26196b9806a8f6fddd5b85bb36f2820eaea
'2017-03-03T12:48:14-05:00'
describe
'106278' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABQB' 'sip-files00028.jp2'
33a5dd5c4341e8f68b140ae5d965cf30
d49f9cbca29fbb2aca2c9181caf6a6cfd110526f
describe
'101640' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABQC' 'sip-files00028.jpg'
7c800f97f9658f23fbb954e42494f05b
62f7020e418b5fc397b6d3e5c79e95881e7e1122
describe
'34628' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABQD' 'sip-files00028.pro'
2f0c62e6fa3dec276d3878c6fff0356b
cc0f2299310ce3aae5bc3f64e3189b8acd19b6bb
describe
'32890' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABQE' 'sip-files00028.QC.jpg'
667e8bfe52efd42914e7d8a9ba7b6c95
5dabe895beebb2941cd2e143f7555a9a2f5daf70
describe
'884364' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABQF' 'sip-files00028.tif'
bd6b6c3de540b307df453ec59ec67136
c60c31b1ddd3f587b8a09eda97d78e1fffb562d6
'2017-03-03T12:47:30-05:00'
describe
'1533' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABQG' 'sip-files00028.txt'
e269169d7411d15353b4c336e91e50e2
b8ddfd7784ef1c56aeb2ce6e3b62dbe8c2411380
'2017-03-03T12:47:43-05:00'
describe
'8775' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABQH' 'sip-files00028thm.jpg'
fd5eb611d160acfa1dd862c9f4930af5
cfe920a2d51eb6eb79bcaaeccd278d55febc358f
describe
'98917' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABQI' 'sip-files00029.jp2'
67bb000a01501bf0137feb75be55a1a1
67cdcb783e6de67aa0d8d44da126d89920aa8d1c
describe
'45753' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABQJ' 'sip-files00029.jpg'
aec30bc55090098e5527ae029236986a
50a3b67ddca9bf7256985c6600a67a7fa66660c3
'2017-03-03T12:47:41-05:00'
describe
'43013' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABQK' 'sip-files00029.pro'
4c9e1b5ccc966eb629c41a6cd9aaf946
440df6ade80c3808f093029c6efcb62562c9ebaf
'2017-03-03T12:48:07-05:00'
describe
'14677' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABQL' 'sip-files00029.QC.jpg'
50d4a920d6466cc780a4d9c04a9510e8
aab0b6bddb81d97ed318aa10133d2705dec1aea1
describe
'882520' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABQM' 'sip-files00029.tif'
83c3417bc51a53eb0f5f12cd9e2f4533
aa97ed3f20e00fa0d76ced1a60d9037229cff473
describe
'2039' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABQN' 'sip-files00029.txt'
84268781975fd70b2c4bc3fbabc1a525
6070fa7b554b0aae109c34c4fa7292ec66d5c6d8
describe
'4577' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABQO' 'sip-files00029thm.jpg'
1f310cd023ffae7e4216c1bce61b3212
4534743b7a06f32fc217ee237490f4707fd911ce
describe
'83071' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABQP' 'sip-files00030.jp2'
c5fbacb3a8b0c82e3633a936fb603f19
135e907663845b369092d19d6ef4d87115e4595e
describe
'36557' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABQQ' 'sip-files00030.jpg'
b8a850e77e8de5590f6065b9dfd44373
21517c07fbbeb5b0689d09768ca466d72b73b301
'2017-03-03T12:46:07-05:00'
describe
'32488' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABQR' 'sip-files00030.pro'
c975f136d8771ea4bfd9bddb0d4ead00
4a33bdf24a6ce9deafb0b0f2f658181d52dadd26
describe
'11966' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABQS' 'sip-files00030.QC.jpg'
11aaa32f9aa47d5038b50cdb898a6b3c
2a5ee8e40544df7305ed9a2f2b16f6f9bf499a75
describe
'871148' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABQT' 'sip-files00030.tif'
982fd59bf152b764af260cda7a24453c
fd8ebd8807de07fdea791c8c12d7aa69c03e4bb9
'2017-03-03T12:48:34-05:00'
describe
'1410' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABQU' 'sip-files00030.txt'
9c952c7c087d22647ee5b1f3d239f9ca
6f0c627f5f7db54521d46831c65f9eeb91d04bc9
'2017-03-03T12:45:33-05:00'
describe
'3732' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABQV' 'sip-files00030thm.jpg'
80d9f6f4ec2231bb17e8507fb543ee56
a799312d3f432e5508d041ea91e50d805a7bda7b
describe
'124742' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABQW' 'sip-files00031.jp2'
345891192badf1a9bd0296396572eed7
78ad880caed761dcd52a1352b8b004df378e8c9b
describe
'108794' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABQX' 'sip-files00031.jpg'
e6b3ebd99e36033350861d85b94f3d29
5fdf3d4c74f7196207c21ad24be14bb1809528ce
describe
'50344' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABQY' 'sip-files00031.pro'
f172f4ea0bcbf491e92ac1b0378a3cfb
8b851ea1f9424b7bafda3c97bcaf60f2980d8118
describe
'34621' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABQZ' 'sip-files00031.QC.jpg'
4d1662b7c368531ad95d2435410c1314
7b782633213ac226c02c41a98b681dc3086c0916
describe
'936544' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABRA' 'sip-files00031.tif'
9da3d17469e8dfaa514ad408e4db418d
798beef4d0792e5829f05e987181711d4101b104
'2017-03-03T12:48:01-05:00'
describe
'2438' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABRB' 'sip-files00031.txt'
d32fd0540c276d1186e46e495bbe8126
24a8afbcc35c22d12bdb601514df284a8d360102
describe
'9132' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABRC' 'sip-files00031thm.jpg'
ea41ac1e1233b3a7e6f80e33bf5ff02f
737f5daea3dcec7e59156db4676cd8daa96aa4f0
'2017-03-03T12:45:30-05:00'
describe
'103166' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABRD' 'sip-files00032.jp2'
09c0bd3efb1af030fc0c6f327025afc7
b2494df3b4443c9cb65665cd42e4d12b4641cee5
describe
'96959' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABRE' 'sip-files00032.jpg'
a0db166256bab4e65ef87fb3a85da853
5deb41e0aa655e3e2bf7fb62252b85f9a22d059c
describe
'13172' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABRF' 'sip-files00032.pro'
0c34ff7af31f41907b24b52139165730
54b6f31f9898816fee68cca5fef9d349f2557024
describe
'32252' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABRG' 'sip-files00032.QC.jpg'
dac23c2663cba113a216f65862c8f88c
bf8f39870b5aed21d183c9e82eb797ae4e9cc9f5
describe
'871136' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABRH' 'sip-files00032.tif'
b1089c5b22f5eb6d84b74678f1928b95
4a99a55060887e74ce00d1346e49fd76d5c65598
'2017-03-03T12:47:29-05:00'
describe
'625' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABRI' 'sip-files00032.txt'
d68c0239ab82cbfb3e9b885579dde9de
37a0b67e5c769aea536f20e2ef2447b6b6227379
'2017-03-03T12:47:49-05:00'
describe
'9086' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABRJ' 'sip-files00032thm.jpg'
6cf8a2064443a3e15dc10455076d3864
9183cf366e4f139d3753af6227d4c6442ce44817
describe
'174371' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABRK' 'sip-files00033.jp2'
ef47ca786d39277514c3491ec8635a79
88b337c91f39befa41dae0f5b751fc3fcedef247
describe
'161170' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABRL' 'sip-files00033.jpg'
7aa1297c3eaee94952aa4f4685274481
4f39d057e28bfbdcad74fed579832f809e773c46
describe
'67036' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABRM' 'sip-files00033.pro'
3f5761f05e1a9a7a04ba62e206dcee61
18790375e17d6c0151344a3276c73b33cec3710d
describe
'50408' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABRN' 'sip-files00033.QC.jpg'
165374e6f45255d2202f1940ff552031
c44f76ce2c71ddb5f47a1fb42c99ca3e6201e12f
describe
'900520' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABRO' 'sip-files00033.tif'
193297450e8f7092b6955b9fbaf773b0
03f7388212f5512759ff0d99ecb7fc2cdb706929
describe
'2729' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABRP' 'sip-files00033.txt'
99cd1953e07c7fe3bdb450a3601d604d
1adf65869969894074d126329621e9fe8a568bbc
describe
'12704' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABRQ' 'sip-files00033thm.jpg'
79ddc72bb0d544324a2f54cfc4250322
9ee830b02daf87bfffedb28c747efb77a168f52e
describe
'48275' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABRR' 'sip-files00034.jp2'
784649db2625de8f6a375b2bb2f201c4
16ea066fb19fb62d872039cd3b91ee0634f75bc8
describe
'51022' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABRS' 'sip-files00034.jpg'
2c7a9c8782c9485539d7c79c480c9600
c19d99c4391d72654280b2793d21f84f036a65c5
describe
'16553' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABRT' 'sip-files00034.pro'
03ec8a786d9f71c70852de52931ec990
b3f799908cf4e8b73b66705a83e74dd5379380ec
describe
'16104' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABRU' 'sip-files00034.QC.jpg'
da75a3ee803baad58e06bcba14b36f7e
21573bce3253e0701959aa106698be343484a4bd
describe
'859712' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABRV' 'sip-files00034.tif'
c8e7a4e075a4226905bb7e2edcd43ff7
18dc221e936a0456a63f8aa092641d4ac184a3d3
'2017-03-03T12:48:12-05:00'
describe
'692' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABRW' 'sip-files00034.txt'
03de42700a091e3d6f61d83591e8119c
478995f79c2e1da54e4d4ee0815219e510a1c81b
describe
Invalid character
Invalid character
'4561' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABRX' 'sip-files00034thm.jpg'
b69c3e42a92ad138dd29415758313e3c
a35f42be0c526e1200d2a5cd326d650f91578651
describe
'52267' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABRY' 'sip-files00036.jp2'
42b4e5a46e9edc23012bde46a40df6e5
4438fc9aeeafc43748ddccea3cfd718596d67642
describe
'52083' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABRZ' 'sip-files00036.jpg'
098da69e7742d5149ab7ce625023e748
1c02f1937ca7c6e61723ae990e73188efb9d60f5
describe
'18993' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABSA' 'sip-files00036.pro'
37d1ea5ad208e9d514f98340eccccb65
70eb6cf8a8a11db4c29324d11f779cd0495c9176
'2017-03-03T12:48:08-05:00'
describe
'16215' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABSB' 'sip-files00036.QC.jpg'
ed4fbf32fcdf18037d8a74078fed9106
b431a431f68dab349a1f4f1d3440f1fdc54e2e57
describe
'819008' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABSC' 'sip-files00036.tif'
0c861f37c2806cb9970f217c427506a1
e2c5d334eaeac57e026fe06694d376fe346624f8
describe
'945' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABSD' 'sip-files00036.txt'
59a4cd3b9f11632e31296d95311e9f6e
8e19d2fb298f7466fe80a88c610d8b09405bf514
describe
'5204' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABSE' 'sip-files00036thm.jpg'
11d599eec478d2ab06161da198876a7f
eff50ea6d9f12506a264d7754bec1ebcdf19d79f
describe
'4215' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABSF' 'sip-files00037.jp2'
dd08869e73327f66a8af1dadac40217f
630575910cd66e8775f7745ea078410b5f306a0d
describe
'10341' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABSG' 'sip-files00037.jpg'
e7a6166a90117ff5d581a63b6218acba
d4f309d4dc959fd15b03df8635d05a13d6c766fd
describe
'212' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABSH' 'sip-files00037.pro'
8fa05f8dcaa0971b21e222f4813384f6
2172573b31c4bc45a3141172b451da673a860e8f
describe
'3215' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABSI' 'sip-files00037.QC.jpg'
a663a36860f4e8def0a20653608a3353
16ec30c7068bf6af67e2df92221e7c5e3ffffb5b
describe
'806944' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABSJ' 'sip-files00037.tif'
e6be9842afc54c4a76fa97534aa68570
4da77ea0c9dda789b85a1ab9ad3d18ee8576191c
describe
'3' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABSK' 'sip-files00037.txt'
bc949ea893a9384070c31f083ccefd26
cbb8391cb65c20e2c05a2f29211e55c49939c3db
describe
'1304' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABSL' 'sip-files00037thm.jpg'
22b354c43f7203a8aa8df529a17482b5
2e4c5aa08ba5bd9c55461db5b7ffa693c3563a8d
'2017-03-03T12:47:46-05:00'
describe
'15531' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABSM' 'sip-files00038.jp2'
8bb2f82207e9b5cc7e6ce6ee3d911462
664a48579ff7e46c002de3960ab744578500c407
describe
'19009' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABSN' 'sip-files00038.jpg'
7de0d19628255e3a6403eca24ce63f40
755de00c83d02e47db665413c03367f628cc618e
describe
'2198' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABSO' 'sip-files00038.pro'
afec12170dfc5f5d9630b2bc84e7952f
1d4bf943ba5d95394a112c8385d3b55a6d707c24
describe
'6112' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABSP' 'sip-files00038.QC.jpg'
ae8c08f0da5328daa7cb1e1352d32bf3
e77a8739788582484452f70f070645e2f3616f06
describe
'795564' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABSQ' 'sip-files00038.tif'
381dbe0d2df6979253df734956d739c1
263f5dbba8adb5000fc6a72edc2674161166ae05
describe
'102' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABSR' 'sip-files00038.txt'
a90afc3d5e400dd8ab9e506e815da170
94df76b129089fb2a0fe8d582081c0959ba9f6a5
describe
'2118' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABSS' 'sip-files00038thm.jpg'
cd2690c9301272fc64db2179a2f2c7d7
85791f10399950dd42b1902d4206008a4465f681
describe
'57341' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABST' 'sip-files00039.jp2'
2d1458adf3a266a9f603f68fc57a8c01
4ba645d24efe30d20050cd0a1871e02d884bb902
describe
'29402' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABSU' 'sip-files00039.jpg'
1a711796000820208ede1c5d24b4e6d9
559d0842ebe9a2d5e24d6904922448f41ddd5975
describe
'22869' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABSV' 'sip-files00039.pro'
dd9e771d11fe5225b5a344990b511f81
cc6e6b6e2abb4a7941faf9d5ffe80cf661245b93
describe
'9904' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABSW' 'sip-files00039.QC.jpg'
4efb3bbbe5ffa0e921c95e388e84e49a
7dcc327962d1a70682a4ffc8edf2ea24e2ec2734
'2017-03-03T12:48:00-05:00'
describe
'851728' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABSX' 'sip-files00039.tif'
91201de55969ab1e37f380900fbaea87
b95ce1448c81719013c0399c074dfb8fe9d9dd93
describe
'1223' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABSY' 'sip-files00039.txt'
71516738122a105111799907ffb5251d
0fe765a19a2d7767f0325699e9047877613ad201
describe
'3400' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABSZ' 'sip-files00039thm.jpg'
de6d5581eb3d22eca60813ab7ce5fd1d
92d03661ae2cf9d4965a17d3f8822a9ed5ed0573
'2017-03-03T12:44:01-05:00'
describe
'50552' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABTA' 'sip-files00040.jp2'
bf66bf1094498cff30243cf0b7b67716
4c3694c35d978bc3ffe7b8fd01c0638d2437f146
describe
'26352' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABTB' 'sip-files00040.jpg'
58444a21b8cfcbc0407a2ab4d0f695b7
2511c6f10cf3e68301473f26448343597c1cb36b
describe
'18822' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABTC' 'sip-files00040.pro'
c7fe986f61b6c08a2d9abe8e9b092c0e
02f3962cab08720ed5bca141f4f44acb019fe07e
describe
'8509' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABTD' 'sip-files00040.QC.jpg'
e401986a1b0921a8b838c58ade7a18d5
e7fc5b18f3d90b5f044a44186991485804131a15
describe
'844536' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABTE' 'sip-files00040.tif'
992e81111725128f3cad432d3d35d5f7
e5a07ed47147e59f0922bd14c130b417ad663191
describe
'1081' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABTF' 'sip-files00040.txt'
f53781c78d22efd25aac56f13bdc14a4
56fdc854b1296193c3d7e56f459ca7997098c070
'2017-03-03T12:48:02-05:00'
describe
'3152' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABTG' 'sip-files00040thm.jpg'
60ee48a93df8ebf7fac70b332120742b
b3047a529ca2d8e7c868c9f20dbc8c58bc79f37c
describe
'45688' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABTH' 'sip-files00041.jp2'
f6400fc39079cffa878fc5219a21171f
eaf93e4d3a2173264516d8ef3596a6f1ed7d13e4
'2017-03-03T12:48:03-05:00'
describe
'23857' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABTI' 'sip-files00041.jpg'
307a39b8f2d4e0e96105268bdec98a73
a454e6207c39b99b77a1056cc6e4f97394aa0c8e
describe
'17275' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABTJ' 'sip-files00041.pro'
0033fed019cd8d5c792c30e1f62bf9f5
73dfcf14019a0a420899a1c2fdc56bb7c0e87621
'2017-03-03T12:46:32-05:00'
describe
'8282' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABTK' 'sip-files00041.QC.jpg'
494a9c6ed8463d18a4ef98babb4b1b82
bbfa580ab03d8b37a027b3be5109b58eaa7816e7
'2017-03-03T12:47:36-05:00'
describe
'859240' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABTL' 'sip-files00041.tif'
e72d1fe1ab8f7b43703ac7e8b963d5d8
0c7577aa06d440e54ad5ae3debe891866db9d35c
describe
'968' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABTM' 'sip-files00041.txt'
c645962603b62ac3f3519eb17867aa8b
e46ce599f4f32d932672d8e0b96887d17318012a
describe
'3092' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABTN' 'sip-files00041thm.jpg'
6d78670697d9590786b61781ab7a9379
24be61381db807c0ba4b0e95afc530908697d843
describe
'54519' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABTO' 'sip-files00042.jp2'
1ae70c98f53b4b395a7895a6d74d745c
1e7acfd05c630d83fded99fd75f9a926b8f98280
describe
'27078' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABTP' 'sip-files00042.jpg'
12303e67a13f98c03d1309e1ffab84b8
30e0300b5f666655356e2d20f10659173072a53d
'2017-03-03T12:48:44-05:00'
describe
'20798' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABTQ' 'sip-files00042.pro'
41f4524f97bf5214138a251b5c332b88
c772ba26ccb737bdc7665d12a2140d97ca1b7868
'2017-03-03T12:48:41-05:00'
describe
'8930' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABTR' 'sip-files00042.QC.jpg'
ccddfeb885a73924687e933513b4147d
3655c56af76e479fff7740c3490f798f82dbe27f
describe
'870880' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABTS' 'sip-files00042.tif'
3b846f93cf3627bbe35823bfe9c2b43d
a0081dbbff19baa0af7c3a18ee3fbf4ce46ff31b
describe
'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABTT' 'sip-files00042.txt'
b406f862a413e1c827af8fa8608b2207
fd3e78bc3792d5e7c6c4f4739d47fe2478040138
'2017-03-03T12:43:16-05:00'
describe
'3256' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABTU' 'sip-files00042thm.jpg'
34863189c0707b70aa4ca1937e7f5121
7fae2e6694c7fa0d6ab7a5fe8569a092f5844061
'2017-03-03T12:47:45-05:00'
describe
'86852' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABTV' 'sip-files00043.jp2'
78aa81809e1a6c332bd67dd6a37e74b7
f67d6eb8cd364ae50c7a5c4cab7081902b8072f7
describe
'41684' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABTW' 'sip-files00043.jpg'
9124673aac444fc9d0850e2544ec2369
466e3405a22256b7e9a5fc40fe17be051f1a9e96
describe
'36176' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABTX' 'sip-files00043.pro'
a23e96d56cf9b736edfc22f1113ce0f0
ca271c4384687693ddc7e1f426a3ea903590521c
describe
'13205' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABTY' 'sip-files00043.QC.jpg'
94d42161c1fcb19ecb0b232739df1be3
ed417cf84e8e081ba5fc7c9e73e209ede82fcd66
describe
'870104' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABTZ' 'sip-files00043.tif'
31840dddcb6fb8eeb5d624ff635ed254
64475faf5b757a89f07179604fa0495d00ea80af
describe
'1779' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABUA' 'sip-files00043.txt'
6bb7a92d170ebd02182c5df5fcf39374
343de29aebfe8335a3d606353cb2e8eccfd7edc0
'2017-03-03T12:48:35-05:00'
describe
'4315' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABUB' 'sip-files00043thm.jpg'
62607035faae870c8fcfd49ea8a53ab5
57a812c9efb2ad118442ad3520fb0ce67d1f5e93
describe
'42943' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABUC' 'sip-files00044.jp2'
2a6b18aed364b7676f7165c6d629bbcd
1a79c1e0878f4978fa3919a5b978fb06535b52b7
'2017-03-03T12:48:32-05:00'
describe
'22917' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABUD' 'sip-files00044.jpg'
ab5841d74c559b8baf145bd09ca9501f
3340f7d1b64a5ab4b96fe33f7d8df1ccde828ac5
describe
'15414' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABUE' 'sip-files00044.pro'
f9d680cee2bb251049633efbbd978c1a
06a67f169f3067dc0e163d11aa4ec5e9586caa14
'2017-03-03T12:48:42-05:00'
describe
'8240' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABUF' 'sip-files00044.QC.jpg'
8cbbadffe57272f9a59a48747b4faa72
f6b217c742d56161327a3ad1a396d779d830655e
describe
'888564' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABUG' 'sip-files00044.tif'
5203d6e0d5742e8bdcaf8201b5d6c7cc
066393fa320f902707c31ccbe703fc5e39d2ecc7
'2017-03-03T12:48:49-05:00'
describe
'877' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABUH' 'sip-files00044.txt'
9da9f2cfc259e6a44425890e2cb1e399
012bdc96df43900dccc54e940a550693b27a897c
describe
'2722' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABUI' 'sip-files00044thm.jpg'
bf9c55a852e65dbe1f3ad452cd43db76
8c18b8814169204a11192d036ce6b814b01cbe93
describe
'75272' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABUJ' 'sip-files00045.jp2'
51e5195de3de4582b6ebca5c9cef4712
bcb447ba4a047e3682d3a4fbd9f422cbd3469996
'2017-03-03T12:47:01-05:00'
describe
'35776' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABUK' 'sip-files00045.jpg'
f9b2bdd421ddf3b7fe597128a3bb84de
a8c2c6ac18144de696d5aa215a02103b4799742d
describe
'31187' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABUL' 'sip-files00045.pro'
44a214f89fb2274a1e692ea10421a72c
3324d742c7dd571faf10d4d63f6d3bab770b0734
describe
'12131' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABUM' 'sip-files00045.QC.jpg'
fed24be41ccc0b85d65cc2675199c7c2
e48724712d0e0df0a20656a7f7001f317b1b8b7c
describe
'881020' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABUN' 'sip-files00045.tif'
b4c756b5a8f355008cab445908685d59
707fabae4953cd4e7c6157bcbc01ace484c0f1da
describe
'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABUO' 'sip-files00045.txt'
6c71c26dc7dcaf636a42ad7e07215881
de239d90aa75d9d8ad7f8f08852e4c29693360ae
describe
'3795' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABUP' 'sip-files00045thm.jpg'
c07959614c3fee0b5ed89a43b7367103
152fde579d4ca4ad4dd313a41815f4ea1a277299
describe
'68300' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABUQ' 'sip-files00046.jp2'
7485439985d6fb27a683fcfb74617c3d
2236f9b1a0f4065cf78bfbafbce5689a9ff1459f
describe
'32319' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABUR' 'sip-files00046.jpg'
031b49326dd8ac42c9a2c7bfbbeb495d
3e7ba8efe3c67605c2a923a9da97b84a6a8ec24a
describe
'27482' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABUS' 'sip-files00046.pro'
cca4d87b1203c54b8be1fdb68c8b8501
77da5aa0f7f17c4884d89e395dde733ae6326513
describe
'10492' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABUT' 'sip-files00046.QC.jpg'
4643554c3cb5c8386896f87730f80a9c
102d83293e4acc906deec1f84d9fd507cfae9652
describe
'901276' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABUU' 'sip-files00046.tif'
f8efb83bf1407bc96a9de68ae6bc7e12
7557d7ed8b6d227253c0562e41e31d7848b667ec
describe
'1403' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABUV' 'sip-files00046.txt'
22b7f31bf9b6fa96f042d5d7db36e38e
6ca9c84deaab9e0285954a13adb7f4a71bca6c71
'2017-03-03T12:43:13-05:00'
describe
'3440' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABUW' 'sip-files00046thm.jpg'
a9e0620c9574440fcadaa89c23f92e54
c280d7f87ad7533751c076e498b1d7c72359df4b
describe
'52846' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABUX' 'sip-files00047.jp2'
76d8b2daa884e89204eb67e3a8473528
651bbfdf912ba62da4992e4464d61f3bd75df602
describe
'26676' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABUY' 'sip-files00047.jpg'
c8eadc5c4b6b94b27023b6d1ba07a361
48b3350e0cc2d726670ac80d896c4ba73a23ed36
'2017-03-03T12:48:38-05:00'
describe
'21186' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABUZ' 'sip-files00047.pro'
321b82f7d75564780d7e358e544b2e97
4570d59b63719bf0f3787f27143a5d250d7e13c2
describe
'9277' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABVA' 'sip-files00047.QC.jpg'
e9b4d52480b6a2511d76e740d56f4be8
33914baf57419c504913417d77df8e6af5cdec7f
describe
'885440' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABVB' 'sip-files00047.tif'
20fef6040403d2d6fc9db0bdf623e693
d0ff0e3461638a0dde1adf0adfd532ffff83e259
'2017-03-03T12:46:06-05:00'
describe
'1193' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABVC' 'sip-files00047.txt'
1a02d4034fa45be2d08c8f1a8fb9223d
46fcf18f38634cb3d03a0aaffdd6f7da12afbacc
describe
'3277' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABVD' 'sip-files00047thm.jpg'
05a4c11feaa38e82f4577e6c74903f3b
39499e58e479d6594ee23c296956eaa5e9df6d52
describe
'54949' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABVE' 'sip-files00048.jp2'
82019c0aeb832a3716f32dff0531f6c8
f00829927d679dabed962b605f271dd34b0fd538
describe
'27276' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABVF' 'sip-files00048.jpg'
ac0a94369ab9ec3bb44c8de430eb14ce
895b13517a753aa795ccbdb820dd076fc6fd47e4
describe
'22131' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABVG' 'sip-files00048.pro'
2fb51d217d739141c77e256fd0f1bac9
361f58706a641f18196af9387d129f5514354377
describe
'9082' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABVH' 'sip-files00048.QC.jpg'
fd5dc634a65f6b921b1d4cd9e38f5117
d22866e81d41a4d266872034b02dadb00bc9652d
describe
'879836' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABVI' 'sip-files00048.tif'
3813cba2e9d03fa45299521f5b1c18c6
7fc8071bd16b9adb400d387984faed0d0a8be260
describe
'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABVJ' 'sip-files00048.txt'
d4e76fb6c18a6cd8003ea12f9bd81ce4
42fa373adc21f9415d25bf88e876ead3f76f787f
describe
Invalid character
Invalid character
'3142' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABVK' 'sip-files00048thm.jpg'
50b9d03916d543ad13671a5d96e63602
d72242d6ce3f3a0b9f75ae96cb320c9ac59eac17
describe
'63004' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABVL' 'sip-files00049.jp2'
b4b3cd88425b73963cd5ee66d5877d2a
9e88d0a999135604d03c5d1aaf7d2dd0aa040e78
describe
'31242' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABVM' 'sip-files00049.jpg'
8354148bf2632009cdd9a57e85dec390
8109974faac06b008f53637a0ed3eeb8649056f2
'2017-03-03T12:44:02-05:00'
describe
'24924' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABVN' 'sip-files00049.pro'
91405440145e82526dfacf7b55e7844d
fc33bd23f217d1086fd26c4586dcf64914a9e1a4
describe
'10388' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABVO' 'sip-files00049.QC.jpg'
766df610ccfeae2b5d9f2f60d2ec9edc
58a02da46076309a64c17772b70762e0d45eaf5b
describe
'913008' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABVP' 'sip-files00049.tif'
5d8781a5bb001068fbe59247935915a4
b48f845135b03652b5d567443db5dc31c10f3a8f
describe
'1329' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABVQ' 'sip-files00049.txt'
8f989d583a731987a507bdc845aec707
9214f1a999314630785fba0a091fe2967649e4d4
describe
'3537' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABVR' 'sip-files00049thm.jpg'
b4ed6dd1bdb131c4cbc2f6f9615afdd6
7fa41e5f9ff587bd155bb81960b2976b2e43a21e
'2017-03-03T12:47:28-05:00'
describe
'83370' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABVS' 'sip-files00050.jp2'
cbd895c1a16b94974bb12386ed62b771
4f37262863efc27f0e84b79f35e0a9600f54eac3
describe
'41201' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABVT' 'sip-files00050.jpg'
07504acde02211b1ef74fc5bdffb923c
d0252c7c8f80cba655489cd5d21981e02da5bf67
describe
'35461' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABVU' 'sip-files00050.pro'
bd33d0168eaf478521eb5d5a74d14aec
801778cc0503d28c4a47e46a01f8e433386205b4
describe
'13410' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABVV' 'sip-files00050.QC.jpg'
638f7ad7d614cc50da1375f850813f81
5024e321f0442cbf360accad1fa25dda7a0707bf
describe
'907804' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABVW' 'sip-files00050.tif'
7a0e007f9b27ab9b2557fc46f1740293
3b4ad5688fa78ffd29c3bb89f87abae9e9f756e3
describe
'2191' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABVX' 'sip-files00050.txt'
c9c6669b8156e2fb86add306959384e2
4687bbdfe7519e6a75e716dbfc440dbfdce23ed7
describe
'4100' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABVY' 'sip-files00050thm.jpg'
f4ef64556b0676663832add8ded884dd
148201a2636974eb688cc5e830303e850bcb7d58
describe
'32815' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABVZ' 'sip-files00051.jp2'
b696503f8d427506225057ba20f7a5a2
51af99bf4b1fd9227894e56f8d7b2cb45b8d4400
describe
'18142' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABWA' 'sip-files00051.jpg'
0a442161019f3712172126d559c63462
13de4835514f7c6ca0ccf20efbc1baeb0312961a
describe
'10771' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABWB' 'sip-files00051.pro'
633db7a5ffd66f2dca132cae49f65ff6
e1cf59cf4324c1c4f77ee634d03709e15762d399
describe
'6352' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABWC' 'sip-files00051.QC.jpg'
911561731651dc5abc635f6ce010628e
fa48fe930a71afa4896a230cee112fa464a32a16
describe
'913968' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABWD' 'sip-files00051.tif'
399c973d873cd3dd4c7b560661d27740
b5f20b822f65ee33db777c3e0cad83ea4a88026a
describe
'645' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABWE' 'sip-files00051.txt'
6f1430a5238980c4b97c60944d09a124
79daeffacd7418b5579a240c7a7e678c15173682
describe
'2506' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABWF' 'sip-files00051thm.jpg'
2946bb1ddb469c8a238e28728f54b922
0502ce4a8eeed7a2cc5264debbef12150acadc5d
describe
'16647' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABWG' 'sip-files00052.jp2'
ac964e054b14544d323cb17cc08c0965
84b002af674bc5ffc32093162471a913becda86f
describe
'19222' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABWH' 'sip-files00052.jpg'
6a9f7d18a6a9fde875ddbdf5c7a9cee7
7f4a5257dacc48cb2a86708529343193ab5024d1
describe
'2431' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABWI' 'sip-files00052.pro'
e12ed6007090b28f3e5ca09ea00ae995
91ed4fba82414df29eabffbf2e959934bf7c20bd
describe
'6299' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABWJ' 'sip-files00052.QC.jpg'
d9b4fa2d60afbfc253baab73ca54db20
c49f34d2cdccb24e9aa11a6be5ba4400a9107582
describe
'884940' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABWK' 'sip-files00052.tif'
de0ce935e89429b591fba6ded5ce54e2
9744eedb6c363322e2253b29bd6dffad1a573417
describe
'113' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABWL' 'sip-files00052.txt'
555e1e74043ce4631b16608514702f49
009fd29764a6a9c5ed770d9b95d251251c033640
describe
'2029' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABWM' 'sip-files00052thm.jpg'
4340add5c158d8e00f315c8012a40be1
b819d59a990e0fcf8158b5a6f55e88a8133c8142
describe
'111925' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABWN' 'sip-files00053.jp2'
3a57128e284def8975f63734270ae02e
6520f736a42d6875cef2fdd414a29085f6b4ca41
describe
'46695' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABWO' 'sip-files00053.jpg'
c9a6b66c945e20c3a1401ba8eaaa4998
ec2302a42427b0fb55b38d5eeb5f1e1e26363025
describe
'56956' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABWP' 'sip-files00053.pro'
a7f2c4172410885ddcccfbdb40bdc0e7
b7d7ab79c3b518ada857615171bf138b5bb70879
describe
'14451' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABWQ' 'sip-files00053.QC.jpg'
0776b97a43e3742f7cb3465e1073f0a0
4782e472455fe6c19b5f846b2b6b127f43f8f2b3
describe
'909780' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABWR' 'sip-files00053.tif'
fd17a350929db10693b21fcda805081a
749f4937d8075dd5045f1e65948df7deb1968b4c
describe
'2990' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABWS' 'sip-files00053.txt'
88f9822d5a2a15be296fd1bc360a2f87
4e0e26fbcc17421cc07f9f912dc8c2d4d4e80588
describe
'4382' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABWT' 'sip-files00053thm.jpg'
4b64738d4ba5efca9d15915f12f2e3ff
2955427d89780efc01961ca54997430e20dfba4f
describe
'153168' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABWU' 'sip-filescopyright.jp2'
cd965abaafb5da42dc6c8def20d374f4
b811824c94aa0ae5a5f04cfb64b27e9e0927243a
describe
'103670' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABWV' 'sip-filescopyright.jpg'
d028360928b6690b49cfe8211e6bb6a5
db68f5028a78f337081c164d3478ffd3e30a8a09
describe
'35667' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABWW' 'sip-filescopyright.pro'
8a943cde2663b367d30741a832dac047
5082244d2cc46f7f2325f0be6df61ff6e2cb9da3
describe
'35083' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABWX' 'sip-filescopyright.QC.jpg'
28180ee8185b27af4702a664eb2b5d1b
f0e1d4e0f0dcb1a265ec575f3d87a525ada2ad6d
describe
'1060532' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABWY' 'sip-filescopyright.tif'
0049b311572b779dd5cf7ede326557c7
43acb59b5a2aea535e5f716ab2efc733468909e0
describe
'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABWZ' 'sip-filescopyright.txt'
15f2bbd34b776d39b92ffb1c4f760b27
b0251f2ed30996bc7ed3d8efa687abc9a6800fa9
'2017-03-03T12:46:02-05:00'
describe
Invalid character
Invalid character
'10085' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABXA' 'sip-filescopyrightthm.jpg'
b0566b6a6e9b9bfb3fa924203ff11cf8
63d705588c1580afc86f43138330df2fe31f906d
describe
'2169445' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABXB' 'sip-filesUF00001125.pdf'
640287931ec2a6d078e41eab75ef5fd3
98cae72fac6903cb2a34f3c45f1138a3805ff68d
'2017-03-03T12:48:16-05:00'
describe
'2854934' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABXB-norm-0' 'ARCHIVE' 'aip-filesF20080611_AAABXB-norm-0.pdf'
94b7fbbb7fcd5f9cb34ecd9e2535a750
fb239a55bc248128fe310f773e5abe8e63e29987
'2017-03-03T12:48:51-05:00'
describe
'2017-03-03T12:48:27-05:00'
normalize
'88660' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABXC' 'sip-filesUF00001125_00001.mets'
31c08a36f309b5865c1b3cc613a3b796
98209af667cf88beb6fee130d5b36fb1033e5df7
describe
TargetNamespace.1: Expecting namespace 'http://www.uflib.ufl.edu/digital/metadata/ufdc2/', but the target namespace of the schema document is 'http://digital.uflib.ufl.edu/metadata/ufdc2/'.
'2017-03-03T12:49:24-05:00' 'mixed'
xml resolution
http://www.loc.gov/standards/xlink.xsd
BROKEN_LINK schema http://www.loc.gov/standards/xlink.xsd
TargetNamespace.1: Expecting namespace 'http://www.uflib.ufl.edu/digital/metadata/ufdc2/', but the target namespace of the schema document is 'http://digital.uflib.ufl.edu/metadata/ufdc2/'.
'110181' 'info:fdaE20080610_AAAAGBfileF20080611_AAABXF' 'sip-filesUF00001125_00001.xml'
c50934b2b9250ae5f83496807cac37f8
825184665ca9fe7c8579e4d007aef5d00ca5a720
describe
'2017-03-03T12:49:25-05:00'
xml resolution
http://www.loc.gov/standards/xlink.xsd
http://www.loc.gov/standards/xlink.xsd


xml version 1.0 encoding UTF-8
REPORT xmlns http:www.fcla.edudlsmddaitss xmlns:xsi http:www.w3.org2001XMLSchema-instance xsi:schemaLocation http:www.fcla.edudlsmddaitssdaitssReport.xsd
INGEST IEID ETNWIJMKN_D28VFS INGEST_TIME 2017-04-19T19:09:27Z PACKAGE UF00001125_00001
AGREEMENT_INFO ACCOUNT UF PROJECT UFDC
FILES