File Request System

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File Request System
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Welcome to the File Request System. This system can be used to request and download publicly releasable well log images and well data files. Well Log images are delivered as TIFF images. Well data files are delivered in several format types.

After building your set of files, you can request them for download at no charge. Our system will compile your requested files and, when available, email you the link to download. This process can take up to 24 hours depending on our current volume of requests. Your download link will be available for 5 days after it is activated. The current request size limit is 25 GB.

Throughout the process your request will progress through various statuses:
     Requested:  The initital status of your request once it is submitted.
     Processing:  The status of the request when our internal application starts building your custom set of files.
     Published:  Your custom set is built and published to the web for download. Your download link will be emailed to you, this link will be active for 5 days. You will receive an email from SharePoint App (no-reply@sharepointonline.com). You may need to check your spam or junk folders and add a rule to allow those emails to show in your inbox.
     Removed:  Your 5 day download window has passed and your custom set has been removed from the server. Your download link will no longer work.

Using the menu icons above you can navigate through the system and check the status of any requests you've placed.

In order to make requests from the File Request System, your web browser must support 128-bit SSL encryption. If your web browser does not support 128-bit encryption please download a more recent version.

If you have any questions using the File Request System, please view the FRS Video Tutorial.