Texas oil well reworking completed by United American Petroleum

Source: United American Petroleum Corp.

United American Petroleum Corp. (OTCBB:UAPC.OB) is pleased to announce it has completed the scheduled workover on its McKenzie lease in Pecos County, Texas. During the workover the damaged tubing was replaced, the downhole pump was redressed, and a hot oil treatment was performed. The well is back online and producing. United anticipates the well to produce an estimated 10 - 12 bbls of oil per day, which was its most recent production rate prior to developing a hole in the tubing. United will provide an update to the investment community upon verification of established sustainable production results, which will take approximately two weeks to verify.

Historically, this well has produced 10-12 bbls a day, which equates to approximately 2 loads of oil production per month. United currently owns 100% working interest in this well which should increase its overall monthly production and revenue stream. With current oil prices, this well should prove to be a great asset for the Company and its shareholders by additionally fortifying its foundation in a proven low-risk manner.


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