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CALGARY, Aug. 11, 2014 /CNW/ - DualEx Energy International Inc. ("DualEx" or the "Company") (DXE, TSX-V) announces that it has been advised by the Tunisian Ministry of Industry, Energy and Mines that the Company's application for a second one-year extension of the Bouhajla Permit has now been formally approved and the initial term has been extended to April 29, 2015. DualEx will now initiate the re-completion of the BHN-1 well, which had been on hold pending the extension approval.
The BHN-1 re-completion will entail pulling the existing production tubing from the wellbore and re-perforating the Abiod formation using a casing gun and deep penetrating charges, followed by selective acidization of the individual perforation intervals. It is expected that the rig contracted to undertake the re-completion will commence mobilization as soon as possible. The Company will issue a further update once the rig is on location and the operation has commenced.
About DualEx Energy International Inc.
DualEx Energy International Inc. is an oil and gas exploration and production company with operations in Tunisia and Hungary. DualEx's common shares trade on the TSX Venture Exchange under the symbol "DXE".
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SOURCE: DualEx Energy International Inc.
For further information: This press release is reproduced on DualEx's website at www.dualexen.com. For this and other information about DualEx, please visit the website or contact Garry Hides (President & CEO) at 403-265-8011 ext. 223.