GEECF, gonna be big big big! Opened up trading for first time on OB yesterday at .15. Got in around .19 and currently setting at .50. It's a foreign energy play with great potential. I see this breaking a dollar easily IMHO.
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AUCAF...look at the barrels or oil per day...insane...float 2.8 mill...undervalued
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CISCO, Texas--(BUSINESS WIRE)--May 24, 2006-- Australian-Canadian Oil Royalties Ltd. (herein called ACOR) (OTCBB:AUCAF) reports that the operator has announced that the Sellicks-2 well has struck oil in a new oil pool. The DST 1A conducted early this morning over the Poolowanna Formation interval 1984-2007 meters resulted in a flow of oil to surface in 13 minutes. A preliminary rate of 2250-2700 barrels of oil/day was achieved. The Sellicks-2 well adjoins ACOR's PEL 112 to the north. The Sellicks-2 is an appraisal well in Sellicks Oilfield in the Eromanga Basin, South Australia, spudded on May 11. This is a new pool oil discovery within the Sellicks Field, which has, to date, produced oil only from the deeper Patchawarra Formation. Sellicks-2 is the first of two appraisal wells based upon 3-D seismic that was designed to optimize field development. Sellicks-2 will now drill ahead to evaluate the Patchawarra Formation primary target, which is expected to be reached tomorrow. Since its discovery in July 2003 the Sellicks-1 has produced more than 250,000 barrels of oil or $17,500,000, using $70.00 per barrel oil and continues to produce strongly. However, new 3-D seismic mapping suggests that the discovery well may not be optimally located on the field, and the two appraisal wells are designed to test the potential for undrained oil updip and offset from Sellicks-1. Both wells will be deviated from a single well site located adjacent to the established field facility. The bottom-hole target for Sellicks-2 is located approximately 120 meters to the south of Sellicks-1. It has a planned total depth of 2,147 meters. All the wells mentioned in this press release adjoin ACOR's 41.5% working interest PEL 112 to the north and to the east.
Silver Sands-1 well came in with an initial potential of 1062 BOPD
Christies-1 well came in with an initial potential of 500 BOPD
Christies-2 well came in with an initial potential of 1960 BOPD
Christies-3 well came in with an initial potential of 2400 BOPD
Christies-4 well came in with an initial potential of 653 BOPD
Christies-5 well came in with an initial potential of 403 BOPD
Sellicks-1 well came in with an initial potential of 1780 BOPD
Worrior-1 well came in with an initial potential of 2800 BOPD
Worrior-2 well came in with an initial potential of 2000 BOPD
Worrior-3 well came in with an initial potential of 276 BOPD
Worrior-4 well came in with an initial potential of 1660 BOPD
The current production on the adjoining area to the north of ACOR's PEL 112 is averaging a reported $33,000,000 a year. The current production on the adjoining area to the east of ACOR's PEL 112 is averaging a reported $75,000,000 a year.
Why are we talking about the Wells that adjoin ACOR's PEL 112?
Take the smallest of the recent discoveries (276 BOPD) and multiply (x) it by $70.00 per barrel, current market price of crude oil times (x) 30 days, times (x) 12 months and apply it to times (x) ACOR's PEL 112 41.5% Working Interest and see the results for yourself. Now do the same with the largest discovery that adjoins ACOR's PEL 112.
Smallest Discovery so far, Worrior-3 IP 276 BOPD
Largest Discovery so far, Warrior-1 IP 2,800 BOPD
Now you can see why ACOR management is so excited about all the drilling activity that is going on adjoining ACOR's PEL 112 to the north and east. In our opinion, any one of the recent discoveries from the smallest to the largest could be a possible "Company-Maker" discovery for our company, if discovered on PEL 112. This is some of the most profitable production in onshore Australia, and ACOR is in the middle of it.
About PEL 112
ACOR has invested approximately five years of time and several million dollars on PEL's 112, 108, & 109. PEL 112 covers 818,904 acres and has never been drilled on (no dry holes) and is located in the Cooper/Eromanga Basin of South Australia. ACOR has just completed a new seismic survey on PEL 112 at a cost of approximately $1,100,000. The new seismic survey has discovered two large seismograph highs as well as 28 smaller ones. The two large seismograph highs are called C-23 & C-26, which cover a combined area of approx. 5,534 acres with excellent closure. ACOR is currently getting drilling bids for the two best drilling locations identified by seismic. The drilling locations for C-23 & C-26 have now been staked and the photos of the locations are available on our website.
ACOR owns 41.5% WI under PEL's 108, 109, & 112.
ACOR Management Visit to Australia
ACOR management is back from Australia, after attending the 2006 APPEA Convention May 7-10. ACOR management met with several investors who requested that we travel to see them. ACOR has received farmout requests for a portion of ACOR's 41.5% working interest under PEL 108, 109, & 112 and a portion of ACOR's 100% working interest under ATP-582, covering approximately 8,414,348 gross acres. Both areas are located in the Cooper/Eromanga Basin in South Australia and Queensland. ACOR management is seriously reviewing the farmout requests. Results of the meetings will be shared with you in forthcoming press releases.
About Australian-Canadian Oil Royalties Ltd.
ACOR management draws no cash salary. ACOR has NO LONG-TERM DEBT. ACOR's principal assets consist of 15,440,116 gross surface acres of overriding royalty interest and 8,561,007 gross acres of working interests, located Onshore Australia in the Cooper-Eromanga Basin and Offshore Australia in the Gippsland Basin in the Bass Strait. ACOR is a publicly traded oil company trading on the NASDAQ OTC Bulletin Board Exchange under the trading symbol "AUCAF."
Australia is a "hot spot" for oil & gas exploration and ACOR is positioned for possible "Company-Maker" discoveries. ACOR's working interest and overriding royalty interest are located offshore & onshore in the best producing basins.
Except for historical information contained herein, the statements released are forward-looking statements that are made pursuant to the provision of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1955. Forward-looking statements involve known and unknown risks and uncertainties that may cause the Company's actual results in future periods to differ materially from forecasted results. Such risks and uncertainties include, but are not limited to, market conditions, competitive factors, the ability to successfully complete additional financings and other risks.
KEYWORD: NORTH AMERICA AUSTRALIA/OCEANIA TEXAS AUSTRALIA UNITED STATES INDUSTRY KEYWORD: ENERGY OIL/GAS NATURAL RESOURCES MINING/MINERALS PRODUCT/SERVICE SOURCE: Australian-Canadian Oil Royalties Ltd.
CONTACT INFORMATION: Australian-Canadian Oil Royalties Ltd. Roger Autrey, 512-784-7828 RLA*austin.rr.com
First tropical storm named Tropical Storm Aletta moves away from Mexico
Monday, May 29, 2006; Posted: 5:02 p.m. EDT (21:02 GMT)
MEXICO CITY (AP) -- Weather forecasters lifted coastal warnings for Aletta, the first tropical storm of the eastern Pacific season, after the storm moved farther out to sea.
Forecasters had issued a tropical storm warning from Punta Maldonado northwest to Zihuatanejo, warning that Aletta could bring heavy rainfall, flash floods and mudslides to the mountainous coast.
Aletta was located about 195 kilometers (120 miles) south of the Pacific beach resort of Zihuatanejo.
With sustained winds near 40 mph (65 km/h), it was moving slowly farther out to sea, the U.S. National Hurricane Center in Miami reported. The center said the storm could strengthen again during the next two days.
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msep... did anyone watch the indy 500... andretti green finished nicely with tons of publicity... expect news all summer and all week as promised out of last pr... it's gonna run! adlai
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