Wilon Resources to initiate natural gas sales fro Appalachian Basin

Source: Wilon Resources

Wilon Resources, Inc. is in the final stages of preparation for delivery of natural gas. The Company has scheduled all projects to be completed and final inspections for the week of March 15, 2010 in anticipation of delivery. 

Over the next few days, the Company's West Virginia natural gas project will go through several inspections to insure that the recently constructed meter station, H2S detection facility, compressor station, and glycol unit are functioning properly and to the standards required by Columbia Gas Transmission. During this time, the Company will continue to swab wells and tie in additional wells into the gathering system. The Company projects that it will have between 15-25 wells equipped for the initial day of delivery and will open for production an additional 5-8 wells weekly. 

"We are extremely excited to finally be at the point where we can initiate gas sales," stated Wayne Anderson, President of Wilon Resources, Inc. "We look forward to meeting with shareholders this week at the Company's shareholder meeting and to discuss the future of the Company." 

Wilon Resources, Inc. engages in the exploration, production, and delivery of natural gas. Its operations are in the Appalachian Basin centered around West Virginia on leaseholds that aggregate approximately 12,000 acres.



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