(25th January, 2010)
TULSA, OK, Jan 25, 2010 (MARKETWIRE via COMTEX) — CAVU Resources, Inc. (”CAVU”), which trades as (PINKSHEETS: CAVR) announced today the mobilization of equipment and the start of a initial 10 well development program on its 3,140 acre Hogshooter lease in Nowata County, Oklahoma.
This area of northeastern Oklahoma has an extensive drilling history extending back to the early 1900s. With access to so much historical data and well control, the Company has been able to formulate a development plan that includes the drilling of new wells off-setting good producers (wells that had initial production rates of 50-150 MCFD) as well as reworking wells to improve current production rates.
The unique and very valuable quality of this project is that it has several traditional reservoirs and coal methane zones are charged with hydrocarbons, thus providing multiple pay zones in one well. These zones may be produced individually or commingled to increase production rates for each well. Primary hydrocarbons are oil, natural gas and methane gas, with estimated pay thickness of 2 to 20 feet for reservoir rocks. Most coal seams range in thickness from 2′ to 8′ of pay with about 3-4′ being the average pay thickness in this project.
“We have targeted three wells to rework and seven new wells to be drilled over the next three months. We are developing this project utilizing our own drilling equipment and local contractors. It allows us to take our time when drilling these wells, so that we can optimize production from the many hydrocarbon bearing zones all in one well,” said William C. Robinson, President of CAVU Resources, Inc. “By using our own pipelines we are able to deliver our natural gas direct to market without having to sell to a third party, saving anywhere from 20-40% of the production revenues for transportation charges.”
Historically, production rates in this area from Natural gas from 5,000 to 200,000 cubic feet of gas per day (5 to 200 MCFD). Since most of this gas is produced from coal seams, initial production rates are actually lower and increase over the first few months because coal seams must “dewater,” where water in place in the coal seam is brought to the surface freeing up the gas to begin coming to surface through the well bore. As a result, a typical scenario would be for a well to produce from a coal seam and after dewatering for about a month to start giving up its natural gas. The flow rate starts slow and increases as the water comes off with most wells settling in around 50-100 MCFD.
About CAVU Resources, Inc.
During World War II, Navy fighter pilots would look up at the sky and if it was a ‘CAVU’ day then it meant ceiling and visibility unlimited. The founders of CAVU Resources chose the name CAVU because they believe that the Company will be the embodiment of its name. CAVU was formed with the goal of becoming a recognized regional player in the independent oil and natural gas industry by growing the company’s oil and natural gas reserves. CAVU is a natural resource company engaged in the acquisition, exploration and development of oil and natural gas properties. The Company operates in the upstream segment of the oil and gas industry with planned activities including the drilling, completion and operation of oil and gas wells in Oklahoma, Kansas, Colorado and Texas. The Company also owns three pipelines in its area of operations, which will be used for gathering its gas and oil and the gas and oil production of other producers. The Company has acquired leases and is currently exploring additional opportunities in oil, gas and helium leases. The company has acquired significant oil and gas equipment including rigs, trucks and completion equipment. CAVU’s 100% owned subsidiaries, CAVU Energy Services, LLC provides contract drilling, fracture stimulation and directional drilling services to oil, natural gas exploration and production companies. EnviroTek Fuel Systems, Inc., providing natural gas delivery and marketing thru its own pipelines and FILO Quip Resources, LLC, managing the company’s properties and targeted leases in Oklahoma, Texas, Colorado and Montana. CAVU plans to expand operations not only in the traditional Oil and Gas business, but also to invest in Geo-Thermal, Wind, taking advantage of the changing environment and in the world’s need for new, green and innovative resources. More information is available at the company’s website at http://www.cavu-resources.com.
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Contact: CAVU Resources, Inc. firstname.lastname@example.org CAVR.PK 2533 N. Carson St. Suite 4116 Carson City, NV 89706 Tel: 775-888-3174 Fax: 775-883-2384 Cell: 504-722-7402