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Junex Wraps Up Seismic Gig at Anticosti Island
Monday, September 17, 2012Junex has completed acquisition of new 2D seismic data on its solely-held, 233,275 acre-sized block of exploration permits on Anticosti Island.

Junex Welcomes New COO
Tuesday, October 18, 2011Junex announced that Mr. Peter Dorrins has been appointed President and Chief Operating Officer of the Company.

Junex Cites 48.34 Tcf in Place at St. Lawrence Lowlands
Monday, April 19, 2010Junex announced undiscovered original gas in place resources volumes for the Utica Shale for most of Junex's permits in the St. Lawrence Lowlands at 48.34 Trillion Cubic Feet.

Junex Plans Additional Exploration in Utica Shale Play
Tuesday, March 02, 2010Junex is drilling two wells to evaluate the gas potential of the Utica Shale on its Lyster property (108,360 acres) located about 15 km from the St-Edouard No. 1A well.

Nicolet Permit's Utica Shale Contains OGIP of 8.67 TCF
Tuesday, February 09, 2010The Prospective Original Gas in Place Resources volumes for the Utica Shale on the Nicolet Permit in the St. Lawrence Lowlands is estimated at 8.67 TCF.

Junex's Partner Commits to Utica Shale Drilling Program
Tuesday, December 08, 2009Junex's partner, Canadian Forest Oil, has committed to the drilling and completion of a horizontal well in the Utica Formation in order to earn an interest in the Lorraine and Utica Shale sections of the Richelieu North Permit.

Petrolia Wraps Up Drilling of Haldimand No. 2 Well
Friday, October 23, 2009The Haldimand Project Operator, Petrolia, has since provided Junex with a modified drillstem test report for DST No.1 and the corrected information about gas flow rates.

Petrolia Spuds Haldimand No. 2 Well in Quebec
Friday, September 18, 2009Petrolia spudded the Haldimand No. 2 well in Quebec and expects that drilling operations and subsequent testing will last about 45 days.

Petrolia Regains Control of Haldimand Petroleum Project in Quebec
Thursday, July 30, 2009Junex has resigned as operator of the Haldimand petroleum project in Quebec. As a result, Petrolia has assumed operatorship of the project and will drill a second well on the prospect.

Junex Inks Final Farm-Out Agreement for Nicolet Permit
Monday, June 15, 2009Junex has signed a final farm-out agreement with Fairlady Energy on the Nicolet Permit in which Junex will earn a 50% working interest by drilling two exploration wells in the Utica Shale.

Junex Starts Drilling First Exploratory Well on Nicolet Property
Friday, March 27, 2009Yesterday, Junex commenced drilling operations of its first exploratory well on the Nicolet property in the St. Lawrence Lowlands Basin.

Junex Plans to Drill 2 Wells Targeting Utica Shale
Tuesday, February 24, 2009During 2009 and elsewhere in the Utica Shale Gas play in the St. Lawrence Lowlands, Junex plans to drill two wells on the neighboring Nicolet land block.

Petrolia, Partners Choose Well Site for Haldimand Project
Thursday, February 19, 2009Petrolia, Junex and Gastem have completed the interpretation of the 3D seismic data acquired last October and have selected the next well location on the Haldimand petroleum project.

Petrolia, Junex, Gastem Complete Canadian 3D Seismic
Tuesday, October 07, 2008Petrolia, Junex and Gastem have completed a 3D seismic survey as well as a soil geochemistry survey on a 13 km2 area adjacent to the Petrolia Haldimand-1 discovery well near the city of Gaspe on the Gaspe Peninsula.

Canadian Forest Exercises Option for Interest in Quebec Shale Gas Play
Thursday, September 18, 2008Junex announced that its partner, Canadian Forest Oil Ltd., has decided to exercise its option to earn an interest in the shale sections of land in the Contrecoeur area located in Canada.

Junex Wraps Up Drilling at St-Antoine-Sur-Richelieu-1 Well
Wednesday, September 03, 2008Junex has provided information regarding the progress of its $10 million 2008-2009 exploration program, whose principal goal is to evaluate the natural gas potential of the Lorraine and Utica formations Shales and in the Saint Lawrence Lowlands.

Junex/Shale Gas Project: First Frac in Quebec's History
Tuesday, January 22, 2008This is the first time in Quebec's history that this type of work is performed with the purpose of evaluating the Shale gas potential.

Junex Completes Champlain #2 Well and Seismic Survey in Becancour
Wednesday, November 21, 2007Junex's Champlain #2 well did not show potential for commercial production of natural gas and the seismic survey of the Gentilly #1

Junex to Issue a Max $5 Million Private Placement
Friday, October 19, 2007Junex Inc. intends to issue a maximum of 3,846,154 units in the context of a private placement, subject to regulatory approvals.

Junex Starts Production Tests on Paspebiac #1 Well
Tuesday, October 16, 2007Junex's Paspebiac #1 well reached a total depth of 1,800 meters, and production tests have begun.

Junex Pleased with the $3 Million Private Placement Concluded by Petrolia
Thursday, October 11, 2007Junex was pleased to hear about the $3,000,000 placement concluded yesterday by Petrolia since Junex remains one of its main shareholders with 3,128,718 common shares.

Junex Spuds Champlain #2
Tuesday, September 18, 2007Junex has started last week the drilling of the Champlain No 2 well located in the St. Lawrence River geological basin.

Junex Spudded the Paspebiac #1 Located at 1,500 Meters Depth
Tuesday, August 28, 2007Junex has recently spudded the well Paspebiac #1, located at 12 kilometers from Paspebiac in Gaspesie, Eastern Canada.

Junex Reports Gas Discovery at Champlain
Friday, November 17, 2006Junex Inc. said that its Champlain No. 1 well has attained a total depth of 750 meters. The well encountered a high-pressure zone associated with significant natural gas shows at depths of 655 and 662 meters.

Junex Signs Quebec Shale Gas Deal
Wednesday, July 12, 2006Junex Inc. reported that it has entered into an agreement with a major U.S.-based independent gas producer regarding gas production capacity evaluation of certain Utica shale strata on four permit blocks located between Quebec City and Montreal.