Worthington Energy resumes oil and gas flow from I-1 well
Tuesday, Jan 08, 2013
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 7, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Worthington Energy, Inc. (OTCQB: WGAS) ("Worthington" or the "Company"), an energy company engaged in the acquisition, exploration, development and drilling of oil and natural gas properties, announces that Exxon Mobil has completed repairs to the Driscoll trunk line and the Company has resumed production of oil and gas from its I-1 Well located in the Mustang Island 818-L Field.
"We received notification this morning from the operator, Dominion Production Company LLC ("Dominion"), that the main interconnect pipeline operated by Exxon Mobil has been fully repaired and is once again operational," stated Worthington President and CEO, Mr. Tony Mason. "As a result, I am pleased to report that the I-1 well is back on line and Worthington is once again producing oil and gas."
"I look forward to providing additional details regarding actual levels of oil & gas production as they become available," concluded Mr. Mason.
Worthington engages in the acquisition, exploration, development and drilling of oil and natural gas properties. Worthington is an energy turnaround company whose strategy is to acquire cash flow producing properties with proved and probable reserves, develop the fields by reworking existing wells and drilling new wells. Worthington was founded in 2004 and is based in San Francisco, CA. More information about Worthington Energy, Inc. can be found by visiting the Company's website at www.wenergyinc.com.
SOURCE Worthington Energy, Inc.
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