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Sundance Energy provides Ochapowace 16-32-17-3W2M drilling update


Published Dec 9, 2013
Sundance Energy Corporation

Sundance Energy Corporation provides an update on the Corporation's recent drilling activities in the Ochapowace Area located in south east Saskatchewan:

The 16-32 Test Well commenced drilling before the end of November 2013 and was drilled to a depth of approximately 1,250 meters subsurface. The 16-32 Test Well evaluated the Jurassic Sands, the Bakken, Lodgepole and Birdbear formations. Cores were cut and taken in the Bakken and Lodgepole formations. Seven inch (7") casing has been run/set from surface down to 30 or 40 meters into the Birdbear formation. The 16-32 Test Well is currently standing cased and awaiting further evaluation of the logs and cores.

The 16-32 Test Well was drilled, logged, cored and cased at no cost to Sundance. These costs were incurred 100% by a third party exploration company. Any further completion or abandonment costs will also be incurred 100% by the third party exploration company.

Tags: Sundance Energy




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