Area Drilling

06/30/2003
Northern IrelandA group of independents was preparing for further geophysical analysis on the 86,485-acre South Larne license in northeasternmost Northern Ireland.On completion of the geophysical reappraisal, license interests will be Avery Resources Inc., Calgary, 50%, Antrim Energy Inc., Calgary, 37.5%, and Bard Ventures Ltd., Vancouver, BC, 12.5%. Antrim earlier acquired 100 km of seismic data and drilled a slim hole stratigraphic test through Triassic sandstone under extensive Tertiary basalt cover. South Larne is in the second year of a 5-year exploration term.The Triassic sandstone lies along a trend between Corrib gas field off Ireland's west coast and Morecambe Bay gas field i...
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