Western Standard Energy Corp. Reports Promising Results at Starbuck East, Valley County, Montana
Western Standard Energy Corp., an independent oil and gas exploration company is pleased to report promising initial results from operations conducted by Coastal Petroleum Co. at the Federal 1-19 well on the Starbuck East Shallow Gas Prospect, in Valley County, Montana.
According to the most recent report on operations at the Federal 1-19 well, the Judith River formation was damaged during drilling operations in October 2007, and additional operations will be required to open up the formation and test the well for productivity. The report confirms that gas has flowed at the Federal 1-19 well.
Within the report, Mr. Robert Angerer, Vice-President of Coastal Petroleum states: “The chances for success are good. The geologist’s log shows good gas shows and we have seen gas. The damage and mud must be removed to allow gas to flow and be tested.”
Commenting on the report produced by Coastal Petroleum Co., Dan Bauer, President and CEO of Western Standard Energy Corp. stated “many of our shareholders have been in contact over the past several weeks offering their words of support, and asking about the status of the Federal 1-19 well, and we hope that this update sheds some light on the ongoing completion operations. We remain committed to seeing this project through the testing phase and to begin planning for additional drilling operations on the prospect as soon as practically possible.”
Western Standard Energy Corp. is an independent oil and gas exploration company, traded on the OTC BB under the ticker symbol WSEG. Western Standard has secured and is developing a portfolio of oil and gas properties throughout Montana and North Dakota.