AED to Recommence Testing at Lempuyang Well

AED Oil provided the following update on the Lempuyang-1 well testing program. AED has made considerable progress on the procurement of downhole testing equipment and redesign. It is now anticipated that testing of the blue zone in the Lempuyang-1 well will recommence towards the end of the month.

Testing of the Lempuyang-1 well (blue zone) resulted in the production of gas to surface. The test was terminated early because of a downhole mechanical failure resulting in the loss of pressure integrity of the test string. The test identified gas but the mechanical failure meant that no hydrocarbon flow rates or volumes could be determined.

The interval between 2849 to 2867 mMDRT at the Lempuyang-1 well was perforated and was cleaning up with both gas and completion brine produced at the well head. The Lempuyang-1 well tests have so far identified gas in the two target intervals, being the blue and pink zones.

AED believes these results are very encouraging.

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