CALGARY, Nov. 30 /CNW/ - Emerald Bay Energy Inc. ("Emerald Bay" or the
"Company") (TSX Venture: EBY) today reported on recent activities.
Nevis Drilling Program
At Nevis Alberta, the Company has completed drilling operations on 4 coal
bed methane (CBM) wells in section 21-39-22 W4M. The 4 wells have been
successfully drilled, cased, and cemented. Completion operations are scheduled
to begin the week of December 10th, and the Company is moving forward with the
pipeline license so the wells will be tied-in and producing before year end.
"We are very encouraged by the drilling results at Nevis, and have
encountered the coal seams as anticipated. We look forward to the completion
activities and reporting the initial production rates of the Nevis program in
coming weeks", says Shelby Beattie, President and CEO of The Company.
Emerald Bay anticipates drilling up to 3 more wells in Central Alberta
About Emerald Bay
Emerald Bay Energy Inc., based in Calgary, is a junior oil and gas
producer with production properties in Western Canada. The common shares of
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