Jason Gigliotti, President of Habanero Resources stated, "This is a very significant acquisition for Habanero. This new acquisition increases Habanero's net oil sand acreage by almost 300%, going from 10.75 (6,800 acres) net sections to 31.65 (20,021 acres) net sections. Additionally important is that these two new blocks are the two single largest blocks Habanero has an interest in and they are shaped as one thick block, not singular lines of sections. Habanero has increased its Oil Sands sections under lease from 4.5 gross sections at the end of 2006 to now having 42.5 gross and 31.65 net sections. Management expects to add additional oil sections in the future and will attempt to develop a work program in the future on one or more of the oil sands prospects that Habanero has an interest in with the final goal of going into production."
Habanero is an emerging junior oil and gas company focused on developing and acquiring Alberta Oil Sands Prospects. Habanero has an interest in 42.5 (26,885 acres) gross and 31.65 (20,021 acres) net Alberta Oil Sands sections, as well as having exposure to approximately 55,000 acres of oil sands interests in the Peace River region of Alberta though its equity ownership in Andora Energy Corporation ("Andora"). Habanero owns 700,000 common shares of Andora which are currently deemed at $2.86 based on a proposed combination previously announced.
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