Encore energy, inc. provides a horizontal berea operations update for lawrence county, kentucky

Encore Energy, Inc., through its wholly-owned subsidiary, Encore Operating Kentucky LLC, has plans to drill multiple horizontal wells off-set to proven production and recent permit activity in the Upper Devonian Berea Oil Sandstone play of Lawrence County, Kentucky.

“The Company has made a continued and growing investment to de-risk its assets and preparation for multiple horizontal well drilling operations in Lawrence County”, said Steve Stengell, Encore’s President CEO. “We remain extremely confident that the economic viability of this project and the execution of Encore’s business model should attract institutional and industry investment capital to further de-risk and support a large scale, sustained horizontal oil well program in the future, providing much needed jobs and economic growth to the most rural areas of the Commonwealth”, added Stengell.

“We believe that oil prices have made a tremendous recovery and are in the infant stages of a long-term bull market”, said Joseph Hooper, Encore’s Executive Vice President and Director. “This price outlook is important because it dramatically improves today’s economic yield while enhancing tomorrow’s financial exit strategy”, added Hooper.

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