New oil well for Strongbow Resources

Source: Strongbow Resources Inc.

Strongbow Resources Inc. (OTCBB: STBR.OB) ("Strongbow" or "the Company"), announces its plan to drill a well at 5-29-33-2W4 as part of a farm-in earning eight sections of land (the "Lands"). The well will target the Viking Formation and test the Bakken Formation. The decision to complete the well horizontally in either zone will be based upon review of core and log data. The Company intends to operate the well in the name of Big Lake Energy Ltd. Upon well completion, the Company will earn a 100% working interest in the well and the Lands. Future production will be subject to a sliding scale royalty to the farmor and Alberta Crown Royalty. The well (Big Lake Compeer 5-29) will likely spud in the month of April depending upon road bans and rig availability.


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