Empire Petroleum Commences Drilling Operations in Nv.

Empire Petroleum has commenced drilling operations on its Empire Paradise Unit 2-12 test well in Nye County, Nevada. The Company said it plans to drill this well to about 6,500 feet. The primary formation of interest is the Triassic. The Company feels this formation is the likely source for the oil shows it observed over a large volcanic interval in the Empire Cobble Cuesta 1-12, located about three quarters of a mile southwest of the 2-12 well.

Empire also announced it will increase its interest in the 2-12 well and the 40,073 acres of leases contained in the Paradise Unit on which the 2-12 is being drilled. Empire will increase its working interest from 57% to 77.5% through a farmin whereby it will pay an additional 41% of the well costs.

Drilling and testing operations on the 2-12 well should take about 30 days.

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