CALGARY, ALBERTA--(Marketwire - Aug. 1, 2012) - Drako Capital Corp. ("Drako" or the Corporation") (TSX VENTURE:DKC) has been advised by the operator that the 15-19-42-15 W5M horizontal Cardium well located in the Stolberg area of Alberta, in which Drako holds an 8% working interest, which has a 700 meter horizontal leg and was not fracture stimulated, is expected to be on production in the first week of August 2012. Drako has also been advised by the operator that approximately 300 cubic meters of drilling fluids were lost to the reservoir during drilling and completion operations, that it anticipates an initial production rate of between 80 and 150 bbls/d (6 bbls/d and 12 bbls/d, respectively, net to Drako) of light sweet oil, and that it believes that once the drilling fluids have been recovered to a greater degree, production rates should improve.
Drako is a Calgary, Alberta based corporation engaged in the exploration, development and production of petroleum and natural gas.
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