The table below is searchable and sortable similar to what can be done with excel. Click on the header labels to sort by column. To search enter information into the top row and hit enter (clear the cell and hit enter again to show the whole table). There is a list of advanced filter operators below confidential table.

Enter !1/1/1900 in the last field to hide all of the wells that do not have a release date.

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In order to perform advanced searches, you can use the following filter
operators in the text-box filters:

Operator Description Type Example
< Values lower than search term are matched number <1412
<= Values lower than or equal to search term are matched number <=1412
> Values greater than search term are matched number >1412
>= Values greater than or equal to search term are matched number >=1412
= Exact match search: only the whole search term(s) is matched string / number =Sydney
* Data containing search term(s) is matched (default operator) string / number *Syd
! Data that doesn’t contain search term(s) is matched string / number !Sydney
{ Data starting with search term is matched string / number {S
} Data ending with search term is matched string / number }y
|| Data containing at least one of the search terms is matched string / number Sydney || Adelaide
&& Data containing search terms is matched string / number >4.3 && <25.3
[empty] Empty data is matched No Data1 [empty]
[nonempty] Data which is not empty is matched No Data1 [nonempty]
rgx: A regular expression is used to match data No Data1 rgx:de$