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Whelan Southeast--Oil and Gas Production


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Discoveries currently listed:
Operator: F & M Oil
Lease: Stephen, Well 1
Location: 32S-11W: C NW SW 3
Discovery Date: 04/15/1982
Producing zone: Doug Gas
Operator: TXO
Lease: Stone 'C', Well 1
Location: 32S-11W: NW NW SE 3
Discovery Date: 06/10/1982
Producing zone: Lansing - Kansas City Supergroup

Counties: Barber
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Producing Formations
Name Depth (ft.) Thickness (ft.) Oil Grav Produces Temperature
DOUGLAS 3602 8 - Gas -
LANSING-KANSAS CITY 3768 2 - Oil -

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Year Oil Gas
Production
(bbls)
Wells Cumulative
(bbls)
Production
(mcf)
Wells Cumulative
(mcf)
1982 - 1 350 - - 0
1983 136 1 486 - - 0
1984 - - 486 - - 0
1985 - - 486 - - 0
1986 - - 486 - - 0
1987 - - 486 - - 0
1988 - - 486 - - 0
1989 - - 486 - - 0
1990 - - 486 - - 0
1991 - - 486 - - 0
1992 - - 486 - - 0
1993 - - 486 - - 0
1994 - - 486 - - 0
1995 - - 486 - - 0
1996 - - 486 - - 0
1997 - - 486 - - 0
1998 - - 486 26,125 1 26,125
1999 - - 486 26,515 1 52,640
2000 - - 486 11,138 2 63,778
2001 - - 486 9,245 2 73,023
2002 - - 486 6,517 2 79,540
2003 - - 486 6,150 2 85,690
2004 - - 486 4,938 2 90,628
2005 - - 486 4,754 2 95,382
2006 - - 486 3,651 2 99,033
2007 - - 486 3,004 2 102,037
2008 - - 486 2,659 1 104,696
2009 - - 486 2,995 1 107,691
2010 - - 486 3,027 1 110,718
2011 - - 486 2,823 1 113,541
2012 - - 486 646 1 114,187
Updated through 3-2012.
Note: bbls is barrels; mcf is 1000 cubic feet.


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Programs Updated Aug. 28, 2014.
Data from Kansas Dept. of Revenue files monthly.