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Coalinga Mohawk Oil ('0.-('ontinued.
Well No. 8, plug bottom, P 5-3.

Approved proposal to plug off bottom water.
Well No. 9, shut off. T 5-47.

Test of water shut-off satisfactory. Well No. 10, redrill. PJ-142.

Approved proposal to plug back and test upper oil sands above which Si" casing was cemented to shut off top water. Well No. 10, shut off. T 5-132.

6}" casing cemented at 121.7. Test of water shut-off satisfactory. Well No. 11, shut off. T 5-110.

Test of water shut-off satisfactory.

SECTION 14.
Kyle and Lewis.
Vancouver California Well No. 1, abandon. P 5-80.

Approved proposal to abandon. This well probably did not encounter productive oil or gas sand.

SECTION 18.
American Petroleum Company.
Well No. 4, production test. T5-3.

A test of lead-line sample showed that water conditions at this well are unsatisfactory. Well No. 6, production test. T 5-1.

Test of lead-line sample indicated that packer on oil string shuts out top water. Well No. 9, production test. T 5-2.

Test of lead-line sample indicates satisfactory water condition. Well No. 28, deepen. P 5-185.

Approved proposal to mud upper oil sand and cement below intermediate water. Well No. 28, shut off. T 5-205.

Test of water shut-off satisfactory.
Lakeport Petroleum Company.
Well No. 24, shut off. T 5-99.

Test showed water coming through hole in water string, by running casing tester. Well No. 24, alter casing. P 5-149.

Approved proposal to set packer on oil string after completion of drilling.
Nevada Petroleum Company,
Well No. 5A, shut off. T 5-36.

Test indicated that water present was coming from oil sand. Recommended that drilling continue, after which a production test would be made. Well No. 54, recement. P 5-247.

Approred proposal to recement with 6l" casing. Well No. 5A, shut off. T 5-180.

Test of water shut-off satisfactory.
Well No. 50, redrill. P 5-129.
Approved proposal to redrill oil string. This cancels previous notice to abandon.

SECTION 19.
American Petroleum Company.
Well No. 3, production test. T 5-33.

Test of lead-line samples showed condition of well to be satisfactory.
Well No. 4, redrill. P 5-73.

Recommended that water string be tested and top water be shut off by recementing or setting packer. Well No. 11, shut off. T 5-30.

Well passed for further drilling and production test.

Southern Pacific Company, Fuel Oil Department.
Well No. 3, production test. A-360

Test of lead-line sample warranted approval of water condition.
Well No. 38, redrill. P 5-235.

Approved proposal to redrill oil string. Well No. 55, commence drilling. P 5-336.

Proposed depth of water shut-off approved.

SECTION 20.
Nevada Petroleum Company.
Well No. 1, test for source of water. T 5-89.

Test was made to determine source of water by introducing muddy water into well. Test inconclusive. Well No. 1, shut off. T 5-141.

Test of 61" casing cemented at 3326' satisfactory. Well No. 1, shut off. T 5-154.

After cementing 61" below oil sands at 3327', well was drilled ahead into bottom water sand and circulation obtained through sand and side-tracked casing, and cement pumped through this opening up to water string. Present hole into bottom water sand plugged with cement. Test of this plug satisfactory. Well No. 2A, commence drilling. PJ-342. Recommended cementing at 3205' instead of 3190' as proposed.

SECTION 30.
R. L. Patterson.
Creme Petroleum Well No. 1, abandon. P 5-77.

Proposed depths of shooting and plugging approved.
Creme Petroleum Well No. 1, test of plug. T 5-73.

Location and hardness of cement satisfactory.
Creme Petroleum Well No. 2, abandon. P 5-130.

Depths of plugging approved.
Creme Petroleum Well No. 2, test of plugs. T 5-145.

Location and hardness of cement plugs satisfactory.
American Petroleum Company.
Well No. 14, commence drilling. P 5-310.

Recommended cementing at 2230€ instead of 2210 as proposed. The company's attention was called to the fact that a depth of 2210 is beyond the safe limit for 10" 40-1b. water string. We No. 15, commence drilling. P 5-309.

Proposed depth of water shut-off approved. Company's attention was called to the fact that a depth of 2225' is beyond the safe limit for 10" 40-1b. water string. Well No. 16, commence drilling. P 5-308.

Proposed depth of water shut-off approved. Company's attention was called to the fact that 2200' is beyond the safe limit for 10" 40-1hwater string. Nevada Petroleum Company. Well No. 7, redrill. P 5-272.

Approved proposal to repair damaged water string and pump for production test. Well No. 1A, redrill. P 5-264.

Approved proposal to test 8}" water string for leak. If no leak is found, to mud upper oil sand and cement 6}" casing below it. Well No. 5A, production test. T 5-15.

Test of lead-line sample showed an excessive amount of water. Recoinmended that well be pumped for further test. Well No. 8A, shut off. T 5-19.

Test of water shut-off satisfactory. Well No. 8A, redrill. P 5-273.

Approved proposal to bridge and test water string.

SECTION 31. Southern Pacific Company, Fuel Oil Department, Well No. 65. Redrill. P 5-111.

Approved proposal to redrill oil string.

T. 21 S., R. 14 E., M.D.B. & M.

SECTION 13.
S. N. Root.
Well No. 1. Test of plugs. T 5-25.

Location and hardness of cement satisfactory.

T. 21 S., R. 15 E., M.D.B. & M.

SECTION 6.

Los Angeles Coalinga Oil Syndicate.
Well No. 1. Abandon. P 5-321.

Approved proposal to abandon, specifying depths of shooting and plugging.
Muriel Oil Company.
Well No. 1. Redrill. P.-123.

Approved proposal to test water string and oil sands for production.
Well No. 1. Supplementary redrill. P J-167.

Approved proposal to cement 68" casing to shut off top water, Well No. 1. Shut-off. TJ-124.

Test of water shut-off inconclusive. Recommended further plugging and testing. Well No. 1. Abandon. PJ-225.

Approved proposal to abandon by pulling casing and mudding well under pressure. ('oalinga Red Top Oil Company. Well No. 1. Abandon. P.174.

Approved proposal to plug and pul a portion of casing.
Well No. 1. Test of plug. T 5-113.

Location and hardness of cement plug satisfactory.
Jefferson Oil Company.
Well No. 2. Deepen. P 5-180.

Approved proposal to deepen and test lower oil sands.
Well No. 2. Supplementary deepen. P5-202.

Approved proposal to cement in Sl" liner. Well No. 2. Shut-off. T 5-159.

Test inconclusive. Approved proposal to drill ahead and make further bailing test. Well No. 2. Plug bottom. P 5-299.

Approved proposal to plug bottom.
Lucile Oil Company.
Well No. 1. Redrill. P-54.

Approved proposal to redrill oil string.
Well Wo. 1. Redrill. P-108.

Approved proposal to remove 1.}" casing and recommended further testing for water shut-off. Well No. 2. Redrill. P 5-30.

Approved proposal to redrill oil string and test water string.
Well No. 2. Shut-off. T 5-77.

Test of water shut-off satisfactory.
Marian Oil Company.
Well No. 1. Shut-off. TJ-10.

Bailing test inconclusive, Recommended pumping test.

Pacific States Petroleum Company.
Well No. 2. Redrill. PJ-159.

Approved proposal to redrill and shut-off water.

SECTION 26.
Bunting Iron Works.
Azores Oil Company Well No. 1. Redrill. P 5-64.

Approved proposal to plug, test shut-off, and attempt to produce. Azores Well No. 1. Redrill. PJ-148.

Approved proposal to cement 41" casing to shut off top water.

T. 21 S., R. 16 E., M.D.B. & M.

SECTION 30.
R. L. Patterson.
Kaweah Oil Development Co. Well No. 1. Abandon.

Approved proposal to abandon without plugging.

P 5-228.

T. 22 S., R. 16 E., M.D.B. & M.

SECTION 32.
Pine Ridge Petroleum Company.
Well No. 1. Commence drilling. P 5-300.
Prospect well.

T. 23 S., R. 16 E., M.D.B. & M.

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(Revised to December 1, 1918.) The date following each name is that of incorporation. The amount of money shown is the authorized capitalization. This information is from the records of the State Board of Equalization.

Star before name indicates that the concern produced oil or gas during the calerdar year 1917. The number of wells, followed by the name of a county, means the wells actually producing in said county on December 31, 1917. The information relative to wells, production, and location is from sworn staternents filed with the State Mineralogist in 1918, prior to March 14.

This directory contains names of all oil producers, and, in addition, many concerns which are connected with the oil industry, either by mere incorporation or as landowners. It is difficult to correctly list or classify those outside of actual producers. *A. & J. OIL COMPANY,

* AMALGAMATED OIL COMPANY, 400 HI, W. Hellman Bldg., Los Angeles, 55 New Montgomery St., San Francisco, Cal.

H. J.
A. J. Jergins, President.

P. G

Cal. Wm. Sproule, President. Haase, Secretary. April 25, 1914. Williams, Secretary. October 27, 1904. $80,000. Three wells, Kern County.

$5,000,000. Thirty wells, Orange OIL

Los
ACME
AND GAS

six

County;
PRODUCING

wells,

Angeles COMPANY,

County. 1021 American Bank Bldg., San Diego, AMAZON OIL COMPANY,

410 Citizens Savings Bank Bldg., PasaCal. April 1, 1918. $25,000.

dena, Cal. A. K. Nash, President. ÆTNA OIL, MINING AND DEVELOP.

R. H. Pinney, Secretary. SeptemING COMPANY,

$400,000 ber 26, 1900.

Kern County. 748 Gladys Ave., Los Angeles, Cal.

AMBER OIL COMPANY, Wm. H. Smith, President. Dwight B.

803 Baker St., East Bakersfield, Cal. Harris, Secretary. May 14, 1913.

John Kincaid, President. S. K. Dick $25,000.

inson. Secretary. July 19, 191. ÆTNA PETROLEUM COMPANY,

$500.000. Kern County. 350 California St., San Francisco, Cal.

* AMERICAN CRUDE OIL COMPANY, John Lawson, President. George S.

Room 1115, 456 S. Spring St., Los AnTyler, Secretary April 20, 1899.

geles, Cal. Wm. Fitzherbert West, $50,000 Orig. $500,000 Inc.

President. January 3, 1912. $500,0). ALADDIN OIL COMPANY,

Nine wells, Kern County. 409 Consolidated Realty Bldg., Los An

+ AMERICAN OILFIELDS COMPANY, geles, Cal. Wm. Mead, President. L.

1034 Security Bldg., Los Angeles, Cal. Schenck, Secretary September 17,

I. M. Fuqua, Vice President. Norman 1900. $250,000. Kern County,

Bridge. Secretary. January 10, 1910. #ALASKA PIONEER OIL COMPANY,

$25,000,000. Forty-five wells, Kern 264 Southern Pacific Bldg., San Fran

County. cisco, Cal. Wm. Chappell, President.

AMERICAN PACIFIC OIL AND REW. J. Clark, Secretary.

March 18,

FINING COMPANY, 1910. $500,000. Six wells, Kern County.

333 Van Nuys Bldg., Los Angeles, Cal. ALLIANCE OIL COMPANY,

July 12, 1918. $100,000. 354 Pine St., San Francisco, Cal. L. A. *AMERICAN PETROLEUM COMPANY, Phillips, President. H. P. Coles. Sec

1034 Security Bldg., Los Angeles, Cal. retary. July 22, 1909. $3,000,000.

W. D. Stewart. Vice President. Nor#ALMA OIL COMPANY,

man Bridge, Secretary. February 1 517 Pacific Bldg., Oakland, Cal. C. E.

1908. $10,000,000, Orig.; $15,000.0 Thomas, President. M. A. Thomas, Inc. Ninety-two wells, Fresno Counts Secretary. June 22, 1900. $400,000. AMERICAN VENTURA OIL COMPANY Eighteen wells, Kern County.

(Arizona Corporation), ALMO OIL COMPANY,

452 I. W. Hellman Bldg., Los Angeles Lemoore, (al. L. H. Byron, President. Cal. J. M. Herndon, President. J. C L. L. Follett, Secretary.

June 23, Miller, Secretary. Ventura County. 1904. $50,000.

*AMITY OIL COMPANY, ALTOONA MIDWAY OIL COMPANY, 607 First National Bank Bldg., Room 72, Altoona Trust Bldg., Altoona. Francisco, Cal. R. H. Smith, Presi

Pa. R. W. A. Jamison President. dent. A. Whearty. Secretary.
J. H. Fiske, Secretary. February 20,

gust 31,

1911. $500,000. Six wells 1909. $500,000. Kern County.

Fresno County. ALVARADO OIL COMPANY,

*AMY OIL COMPANY, 1114 Union Oil Bldg., Los Angeles, Cal. Box 28, Coalinga, Cal.

P. Mar. L. H. Mitchell, President; V. C. Me- President. C. E. Haliburton, Srete Collogh, Secretary. February 23, 1904. tary. November 14. 1908. $59 m $300,000

One well, Fresno County.

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