InterOil Corporation

InterOil Corporation

June 10, 2008 10:09 ET

InterOil Announces Gas Flow Results at Elk-4 / Antelope Structure

TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - June 10, 2008) - InterOil Corporation (TSX:IOL) (AMEX:IOC) (POMSoX:IOC), a Canadian company with operations in Papua New Guinea, announced that it has concluded Drill Stem Test No.2 at the Elk-4 well in the Antelope structure and is pleased with the extremely positive results. "New data from the wellbore continues to surpass our initial pre-drill expectations and we will be looking to target additional gas column," stated Mr. Phil Mulacek.

Key highlights from DST #2:

- Gas column height from the highest known gas at Elk-1 is 1,948 feet, an increase of 184 feet since DST #1 at Elk-4

- Reservoir pressure at 7,507 feet (gauge depth) was 3,692 psia

- Formation flow capacity was 48,375 millidarcy feet

- Gas flowrate was 14.1 million cubic feet per day (with no water)

- Condensate production rate was 175 barrels per day

- Calculated stabilized gas flow rate exceeded 160 million cubic feet per day

The next steps to be undertaken are Drill Stem Test No.3 and the evaluation of logs and other test results.

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