Matrixx Resource Holdings, Inc.
OTC Bulletin Board : MXXR

Matrixx Resource Holdings, Inc.

January 11, 2007 13:19 ET

Matrixx Resource Holdings, Inc.: Update on Sandy Point

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA--(CCNMatthews - Jan. 11, 2007) - Matrixx Resource Holdings, Inc. (OTCBB:MXXR), announced today that the Company has been notified by the operator regarding site status and arrival of a drilling rig to begin drilling the Fite No. 3 well at Sandy Point in Brazoria County, Texas. Additionally, the Buck Snag Schiurring No. 2 well is flowing online and continues to test into the sales line.

The Company was notified yesterday by the operator, Sunray Operating Company, LLC, that it has secured the drilling rig and appropriate site preparation materials to prepare the site in order to move in the rig and begin drilling for the Fite No. 3 well. Additionally, Sunray has already begun to prepare the location to accommodate the drilling rig and drilling operations.

The location has been staked and the crops on site have recently been removed. Subsequent to the November 1, 2006 release, significant rains have caused delays and the property to remain wet and muddy for sometime. With such conditions, the location requires a board road with underlying plastic for approximately 1,000' east of an older gravel road which is to be used to access the property and provide a mat for access and the drilling rig.

The operator had been in line and contracted for board rentals to accommodate the road and rig area. Board material is expected to be delivered this weekend or early next week. Upon completion of the preparation of the site, the rig is expected to move on the location immediately and commence drilling. Expectations are for site preparations to be completed by Wednesday and drilling to commence Friday of next week.

Sandy Point Field was discovered in 1937, and 60 acres yielded 665,000 BO from the 2nd Frio sand. Also, in the nearby W. Sandy Point Field, the Shepperd No.1 Fite has produced 250,000 BO, and 150 MMCFG, from the 1st and 2nd and 3rd Frio sands.

The Express No.1 Fite re-established production in Sandy Point Field in 2002. The 1st Frio sand has gas-on-oil and the 2nd Frio sand (the main pay in Sandy Point Field) has good oil shows in cuttings and sidewall cores.

3-D Seismic, along with well control, confirm that the Express well discovered a new, productive structure. However, the No. 1 Fite well is located low or flankish on the structure. The objective of the Fite No. 3 well is to drill to the 6,700 to 7,000 depth and find structural advantage on the order of magnitude of 10' to 20' over the No. 1 well. The results should be a 1st Frio gas sand of 10' net pay thickness, and 2nd Frio oil sand of 10' net pay thickness. The recoverables attributable to such a development well are estimated to be 0.4 BCFG and 500,000 BO.

Dry Hole Costs (DHC) of the Fite No.3 are expected to be $445,000 and completion costs attributable to the well are $218,500. Matrixx holds a 10% working interest in the prospect. Matrixx's drilling and completions costs of the well are expected to be approximately $44,500 and $21,850 respectively. Fite No. 3's close proximity to the currently producing Fite No.1 well will provide for the minimal completion costs.

Matrixx has remained steadfast in its efforts in acquiring growth and investment opportunities in the oil and gas sector with the intent of providing the Company and its shareholders a much-improved increase in shareholder value. Additionally, the Company is now positioned to aggressively exploit its properties to accelerate cash flow and to provide rapid returns on its investments in the oil and gas sector.

Safe Harbor Statement: This press release contains forward-looking statements as defined in The Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995 (the "Act"). In particular, when used in the preceding discussion, the words "plan", "confident that", "believe", "scheduled", "expect", or "intend to", and similar conditional expressions are intended to identify forward-looking statements within the meaning of the Act and are subject to the safe harbor created by the Act. Such statements are subject to certain risks and uncertainties, and actual results may differ materially from those expressed in any forward-looking statement. Such risks and uncertainties include, but are not limited to, the ability of Matrixx to complete the proposed acquisition(s), the results of Matrixx's due diligence review of the candidate(s), the success of the business of the acquisition candidate(s), including the ability of Matrixx to continue to sell the applicable products and the acceptance of those newly designed products by the market, market conditions, the general acceptance of the Company's products and technologies, competitive factors, timing, and other risks described in the Company's SEC reports and filings.

Contact Information

  • Matrixx Resource Holdings, Inc.
    Konstantine Tsakumis
    (310) 235-1479
    (310) 456-1778 (FAX)