Utah

By OGJ editors
HOUSTON, Nov. 4
– Clayton Williams Energy Inc., Midland, Tex., plans to drill a third exploratory well in the last quarter of 2009 in the Central Utah thrust belt.

Target at the Maple Canyon prospect, in Sanpete County north of Providence oil field, is the Jurassic Navajo sandstone formation.

Williams, which holds 22,755 net acres and has a one-third interest in the play in Sanpete County, has previously drilled two dry holes in the northwestern part of the county.

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