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All the fluid level data collected from surrounding 9 wells that were used to monitor the progression of CO2 injection into the Mississippian formation of the Wellington KGS 2-32.

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Fluid level measurements were taken on a regular basis from 9 wells to monitor the progression of the CO2 injection in the Mississippian formation surrounding the Wellington KGS 2-32 injection well, i.e. Oil Cut, Barrels of Oil per Day, Fluid Levels, Bottom Hole Pressure, etc. The data was saved to the Kansas Geological Survey (KGS) ORACLE database.

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Last Updated November 6, 2017, 10:59 (EST)
Created September 25, 2017, 18:26 (EST)
Citation John R. Victorine, All the fluid level data collected from surrounding 9 wells that were used to monitor the progression of CO2 injection into the Mississippian formation of the Wellington KGS 2-32., 2017-09-26, https://edx.netl.doe.gov/dataset/all-the-fluid-level-data-collected-from-surrounding-9-wells-that-were-used-to-monitor-the-progression-of-co2-injection-into-the-mississippian-formation-of-the-wellington-kgs-2-32
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Poc Email david.cercone@netl.doe.gov
Point Of Contact David Cercone
Program Or Project Small Scale Demonstration Project at Wellington Field - FE-0006821