Alberta

Curlew Lake Resources Inc., Langley, BC, plans to drill this summer for oil and gas in Lower Cretaceous Glauconite channels and the Jurassic Sawtooth formation 130 miles southeast of Calgary.

By OGJ editors
HOUSTON, June 30
– Curlew Lake Resources Inc., Langley, BC, plans to drill this summer for oil and gas in Lower Cretaceous Glauconite channels and the Jurassic Sawtooth formation 130 miles southeast of Calgary.

Curlew plans to drill at least one of two acquired Alberta Crown sections 6 miles east of Chin Coulee oil field south of Taber, Alta. A drill target based on a seismic shot point has been chosen to test the one or more channel sands identified on seismic. The leases qualify for a lower royalty rate and drilling incentives.

Exploration is planned on 640-acre Sec. 33 and, if successful, a follow-up hole in 29-7-13 w4m. Many similar prospects in Southern Alberta are eventually drilled on 40 acre spacing. Many of these wells in the Glauconite channels have been producing for 30 years and are amenable to waterflooding and enhanced oil recovery.

Management also proposed licensing a new pool wildcat at Curlew Lake Chin Lsd 11-33-7-13 w4m.

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