Aztec Finds 5 Pay Zones at Texas Well

Aztec Oil & Gas announced Monday the successful drilling & completion of the Welder A38 well located in San Patricio County, TX. Aztec has now drilled its third successful well in San Patricio County, Texas.

The Welder A38 well was originally logged and completed in September 2011 with five productive pay zones calculated by log, cores and formation tests. Aztec normally delays announcing production results on some larger wells to give time for scientific confirmation of results.

"The ability to drill medium to shallow depth vertical wells in such prolific areas and have multiple productive pay zones continues to build on the Aztec model for our partnerships," stated Waylan Johnson, President of Aztec Oil & Gas, Inc.

He further stated, "We have plans to drill at least two additional wells in the area in the next few months as San Patricio County and the upper Gulf Coast continues to be one of Aztec's focus areas."


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