Bird River Resources Inc.
CNSX : BDR

Bird River Resources Inc.

February 16, 2012 19:10 ET

Bird River Resources: Update on Last Five Wells Completed & Production

WINNIPEG, MANITOBA--(Marketwire - Feb. 16, 2012) - Bird River Resources Inc. (CNSX:BDR) reports an update of the last five oil wells drilled and their current production.

  1. Well 12-15-8-28HZ drilled into the Bakken Formation with a 1300 meter leg. Production has levelled out at 80 barrels of oil per day.

  2. Well 6-26-1-28HZ drilled into the Spearfish Formation with a 600 meter leg is producing 40 barrels of oil per day.

  3. Well 15-30-1-27HZ drilled into the Spearfish Formation with a 600 meter leg was recently put on pump and is producing 100 barrels per day of fluid of which 50 barrels is oil.

  4. Well 7-34-1-28HZ drilled into the Spearfish Formation with a 600 meter leg is producing 130 barrels of oil per day.

  5. Well 13-23-1-28HZ drilled into the Spearfish Formation with a 1300 meter leg has just been put on pump and is producing 240 barrels of fluid of which 15 barrels is oil. The oil cut should increase dramatically as the fracing fluid is pumped out.

These five wells complete BDR's oil well drilling participation for 2011 and plans are now being prepared for our 2012 drilling program.

About Bird River Resources Inc.

BDR is a Winnipeg, Manitoba based resource exploration company. The Company focuses on oil and gas exploration opportunities in south western Manitoba. BDR presently holds an average of 5% gross and a 4% net participation in ten producing oil wells. BDR also holds several oil leases in the area with interest ranging from 25% to 100%. The common shares of Bird River Resources Inc. trade on the Canadian National Stock Exchange under the symbol BDR.

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