Stratex Oil & Gas Recently Elected to Participate in Six New Horizontal Wells
in Colorado with Kerr-McGee, a Division of Anadarko
Stratex Will Participate in These Wells With a Working Interest as
Well as on an Overriding Royalty Basis
WATERTOWN, CT -- (Marketwired) -- 09/25/13 -- Stratex Oil & Gas
Holdings, Inc. (OTCQB: STTX) ("Stratex") today announced that it has
elected to participate in six new horizontal wells in Colorado with
Kerr-McGee, a division of Anadarko (NYSE). Stratex will participate
in these wells with a working interest as well as on an overriding
royalty basis. They are all horizontal wells targeting the Niobrara
and Codell formations in Weld County, Colorado. Here are the specific
-- KerrMcGee Howard 9C-22HZ in the Codell Formation
-- KerrMcGee Howard 10N-22HZ in the Niobrara Formation
-- KerrMcGee Howard 24C-22HZ in the Codell Formation
-- KerrMcGee Howard 24N-22HZ in the Niobrara Formation
-- KerrMcGee Howard 25C-22HZ in the Codell Formation
-- KerrMcGee Howard 25N-22HZ in the Niobrara Formation
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About Stratex Oil & Gas Holdings, Inc.
Stratex is an independent energy company focused on the exploration,
acquisition, and production of crude oil in the Bakken and Three
Forks formations in North Dakota and Montana. Its oil and natural gas
operations are primarily concentrated in two Rocky Mountain basins,
the Williston Basin of North Dakota and Montana. Stratex's corporate
strategy is to internally identify prospects, acquire lands
encompassing those prospects, and evaluate those prospects using
subsurface geology and geophysical data. Using this strategy, Stratex
has developed an oil portfolio of proven reserves, as well as
development opportunities on high potential oil prospects.
Stratex's core operating areas are the Williston Basin in North
Dakota and Montana, and the Denver-Julesburg Basin in Colorado. In
the Williston Basin, Stratex focuses on oil production from multiple
zones including the Bakken Shale and Three Forks Sanish Formations.
In the Denver-Julesberg Basin Stratex focuses on the Niobrara and
Stratex engages geologists, petroleum engineers, and geophysicists
with years of relevant industry experience in the basins where the
Company operates. Stratex strives to retain operations on its lands
wherever possible in order to control the timing of the development
of its leasehold. For more information visit:
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forward- looking statements may not occur. Factors that could cause
or contribute to such differences include the ability of Stratex Oil
& Gas to attract customers for its services, and to continue
developing its oil & gas assets. Further information on Stratex's
risk factors is contained in its filings with the Securities and
Exchange Commission, including the Form 8-K filed in connection with
the Merger. Stratex Oil & Gas does not undertake any duty nor does it
intend to update the results of these forward-looking statements.
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