You'll note I indicate which wells do and don't have producing hours. If a well does not have producing hours for a given month there is no way to tell if production has been impacted by any field operations downtime be it for an hour or for an entire month. In the case of the wells that have zero production for July it can be reasonably assumed that is due to field operations, not due to the well instantly drying up - any reasonably intelligent person should understand this.
You'd also need to understand the numbers I quoted are gross production rates for each well and not net to MEI. On the same tack you'll need to understand the difference with swab rates, test rates vs. actual tied in production rates. MEI's guidance seems fairly accurate from what I can see and if you see this as a conspiracy theory of some kind than so be it.