SOURCE: Energy Exploration International Inc.

June 13, 2007 12:02 ET

Energy Exploration International Inc. Announces Commencement of EEI Campbell #1 Drill Project in Colorado County, Texas

DALLAS, TX--(Marketwire - June 13, 2007) - Energy Exploration International Inc. (EEI) today announced the commencement of drilling of the EEI Campbell #1 in Colorado County, Texas. Arrow Drilling Company, Inc. moved in and rigged up on Saturday, June 9, 2007, and drilling commenced on Sunday. Surface casing was set at 750 feet on Monday and the approximate time to reach total depth of 7350 feet is estimated at 14 days.

Curtis Best, President of EEI, explains that "Extensive 3-D seismic, Brightspot technology, Neural Network and Artificial Intelligence (AI) assessments conducted by Nettlecombe Oil Co. have indicated the presence of natural gas-charged sands in the Yegua formation."

Robert Hucklebridge, President of EEI Operating Inc., is responsible for supervising the drilling program and ongoing operations of the EEI Campbell #1 Well. Official project documentation, including drill permits and production figures (90 day delay) will be viewable on the official website of the Texas Railroad Commission (RRC), the government regulator of all oil and gas activity in the State of Texas.

Further information on the Campbell #1 project can found on the Company's website


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Contact Information

  • PR Contact:
    Curtis Best
    +1 (214) 570-0280