TAMPA, Fla., June 28 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Proper Power & Energy, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: PPWE) announced today the Company released the first data analysis report of its Central Utah prospect as compiled by Thrust Resources geophysicist Robert Dunbar. The Company retained Thrust Resources' compiled Radiometrics Plus survey when it purchased its lease in the Rush Valley in late 2007. This past summer, the Company purchased independent, reprocessed seismic data on the same fields to compare those readings with the Radiometrics Plus. Radiometrics measures radioactive hydrocarbons as they migrate upward through the Earth's underground. Seismic data is based on traditional geological measurement of sound waves through the Earth's crust.
Based on his initial review of the seismic, Mr. Dunbar believes that the previous reserve projections may have been severely understated. "In comparing the Rush Valley Prospect to Covenent Field, a thicker Mississippian shale source bed should be present, since the Mississippian shale thickens westward from approximately 1000 feet at Covenent to 7000 feet in Central Nevada. Vertical migration of hydrocarbon from the Mississippian is believed to be the reason for the Navaho accumulation at Covenent. Also the Navaho section at Rush Valley should be thicker and is expected to be approximately 1500 feet. Therefore, the 10 to 15 million barrels of oil reserve per well on 80 acre spacing at Covenent may be quite conservative when applied to Rush Valley," stated Robert Dunbar. "Depths may be roughly calculated by applying a factor or 7 times the seismic time in milliseconds. Example – one second or a time of 1000 milliseconds times 7 equals 7000 feet."
The "Covenant Field" prospect that Mr. Dunbar points to in his comparison refers to the Central Utah prospect developed by Wolverine Oil commencing in 2006. That prospect is producing an estimated 12,000 barrels of crude daily in Sevier County, Utah. The Company plans to release follow-ups to Mr. Dunbar's analysis of the seismic data, and has already released independent seismic reports and recent testimonials from independent sources concerning Thrust Resources' success rate in accurately predicting reserves, or just as importantly, the lack of reserves on prospects throughout the contiguous geographic area.
"We are happy to report that after weighing in with this new seismic data, our Utah holdings may have been understated and our reserves could be substantially greater than anticipated," stated Proper Power & Energy President, Joseph E. Abdo, commenting on the seismic report.
About Proper Power & Energy:
Proper Power & Energy was formed in 2006 as an exploration and production company for oil and gas. The organization is committed to utilizing a very dynamic system of research and testing, and as a result of this extensive research and testing, have selected several sites with very good to excellent potential for productivity.
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