Kansas Geological Society & Library
Oil and Gas Well Data
The Kansas Geological Society Library has the most complete collection
of oil and gas well data for the State of Kansas and surrounding areas. Geologic reports, electric logs, LAS files, drill stem tests, well logs and other documents have been donated by industry since 1923.
Robert F. Walters Digital Geological Library has
2,884,020 digital well logs and documents. See
the count by county.
Kansas Geological Society
The Kansas Geological Society (KGS) is composed of geological professionals from across the country. The Society hosts many educational lectures and social functions and maintains a library of geological data.
2022 ANNUAL BANQUET MIXER
Friday, May 20th
Wichita Petroleum Club
5:30pm happy hour
7:00pm hors d'oeuvers
Call or email your reservation to the Library
No advance ticket sales
Pay at the door
All are welcome (members, family, guests, etc)!
KGS Tech Talk
Wednesday, May 11,2020 @ 12:30pm
Wichita Petroleum Club
Speaker: William Fairhurst, President Riverford Exploration LLC
Topic: Analytics, Machine Learning and AI for Independent Petroleum Geologists and Independent Oil and Gas Companies
Buffet Lunch at 12noon for $20
The Library - now at 1704 S Baehr - is open for limited business (some reproduction supplies need to be replenished, and not everything has been unboxed), so stop by and see our warehouse of data!
UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE, DO NOT PURCHASE LAS FILES FROM WDL
There is an issue with the file extension which renders the file unopenable.
Robert F. Walters Digital Geological Library
The Walters Digital Library is now being housed on a new server. This has caused some issues with accessing WDL with Internet Explorer, which we are aware of and are working on. For the time being, please use Firefox, Chrome, Safari (on Mac) or Microsoft Edge as your web browser when using WDL. As soon as the issues with Internet Explorer are addressed, we will let you know. Thank you for your patience, and thank you for being members of the Digital Library.
*** ATTENTION ***
There have been inquiries about information that has been released by the KCC that is not available on WDL. Please understand that we do not receive the files directly from the KCC; rather, they are processed by the Survey first to put them in a format that our database can display. Those files are then placed in a "pool" of logs for us to link to their appropriate APIs. We cannot upload what we haven't received, but as soon as we do receive them they are linked and made available to you.
We are constantly endeavoring to expedite and streamline this process, but know that as soon as we get the data, you get the data. Thank you for your patience.
Please be our guest!
You can log into the Robert F. Walters Digital Geological Library by using "guest" as a username and "guest" as a password. This will allow you to see the digital and paper database of the Kansas Geological Society. If you want to order from us, just give us a call.
LAS Files Now Available on Walters Digital Library. Over 14,000 LAS files have been added to the database.
12/03/2018: Large-format Printing
The Library has regained large-format printing capabilities with the acquisition of a Canon PRO-4000S plotter. So if you have a map or cross section that needs reproducing, stop on by!
08/16/2018: Strip logs
The Clark Roach donation of strip logs is now in the files at the library thanks to the hard work & donated time of Larry Friend. We have tons of good information only available here in the library. Maybe that piece of your puzzle is here.
06/01/2018: East RangeScanning of Plotted Geologist Reports & Electric Logs is finished!
It has been a long process, but we are finished thanks to all the hard work of Angela, Helen, Dottie (previously) and others. We still have many other east items not scanned that can be viewed in the library. Intergration of East donated items both digitally and in the paper library will continue.click here for map
If it has been a year since you signed the User Agreement, you will be required to sign it again. This will come up once per year.