SOURCE: Signature Exploration & Production Corp.

April 07, 2010 08:45 ET

Signature Exploration and Production Corp. Completes Road Work at Koliba Prospect

HOUSTON, TX--(Marketwire - April 7, 2010) -  Signature Exploration and Production Corporation (OTCBB: SXLP), an independent energy company engaged in the exploration, development, exploitation and acquisition of onshore oil and natural gas properties in the U.S., announced today an update on the drilling program at its Koliba Prospect Well located in Victoria County, Texas.

Steven Weldon, Chairman and CEO of Signature Exploration and Production Corp., stated, "We have completed the road work to the Koliba Prospect drilling site and materials are being hauled in to finish the location pad this week. This is great news for our Company, as we expect to begin drilling by the end of April." Signature Exploration owns a 15% working interest in the Koliba Prospect, which amounts to $5.8 million in estimated oil and gas reserves.

The Koliba Prospect is a 173-acre lease located in the highly productive North McFadden Field near Bloomington, Texas. The Company has identified three (3) target zones at 5,880', 5,350', and 4,930', in the Frio Sands. The Koliba Prospect will be drilled 250 feet from an originally large producing well and is considered a low risk / high reward prospect due to its proximity to previous wells in the prolific Frio interval.

About Signature Exploration and Production Corp.
Signature Exploration and Production Corp. is an independent energy company engaged in the exploration, development, exploitation and acquisition of on-shore oil and natural gas properties in conventional producing areas along the gulf coast of Texas. Management's strategy is to continue making acquisitions of select properties that have been identified as economically attractive, technically and geologically sound and have significant upside potential. Visit www.signatureexploration.com for more information.

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Contact Information

  • Contact:
    Steven Weldon, CEO
    Signature Exploration and Production Corp.
    888.895.3594
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