Micron Enviro Systems Successfully Drills Green Ranch Well

Micron Enviro Systems reports that the C-1 Well on the Green Ranch Prospect has been successfully drilled and cemented. The well encountered a 6 to 8 foot section of the targeted coal bed zone. Plans are being developed to test the coal bed zone and put it into production. The C-1 is the third of a proposed 15 well program.

Bernie McDougall, president of MSEV stated, "We are very pleased that this well encountered the target coal bed zone. This represents another potential source of revenue for MSEV."

The Green Ranch Prospect is a proposed 15 well program consisting of 4,131 acres of leasehold on the Green Ranch in Stephens County, Texas. This leasehold is located approximately 50 miles northeast of Abilene, Texas, and approximately 10 miles northwest of Breckenridge, Texas, along the North Stephens-Shackelford County line. The Green Ranch Prospect lies within an oil and gas producing province identified as Texas Railroad Commission District 7B, which encompasses 24 counties in North Central Texas. TRRC reports indicate District 7B has produced a total of 2.225 billion barrels of oil from 1935 through to June 2001. These reports also indicate the district has made 2.277 TCF of unassociated gas (gas wells) from 1970 through to June 2001. It is estimated that this district accumulated approximately 2.78 TCF of casinghead gas. During the year 2000, District 7B made 14.1 million barrels of oil, 18.6 BCF of casinghead gas and 45.3 BCF of unassociated gas. There has been over $2.1 million spent on the Green Ranch Prospect to date.