CDSG Signs Development Agreement for Oil Field in Frio
Las Vegas, NV., March 10, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — China Dongsheng International Inc., (OTC Markets: CDSG) (the “Company” or “CDSG”) is pleased to announce that the company has signed a Strategic Partnership with Stallion Energy Group, Inc. (“Stallion”) of Houston Texas, for a Working Interest to develop oil production in Frio County, southwest Texas.
The drill-ready leasehold is located within an area of two of the most productive oilfields in the San Antonio Oil and Gas district, with over 100 million barrels and 400 billion cubic feet of gas produced. The multimillion-barrel potential of the project was identified after critical evaluation, mapping and analysis of a large petrophysical database of well logs, mud logs and production analogues completed by Texas based team of petroleum engineers and a geologist with a combined 90+ years of experience.
The plan is to drill vertical wells using a 40-acre spacing within a 640 acre area of the lease portfolio acquired by Stallion. Our primary production target will be the shallow, oil rich Olmos Formation, which has been a consistent oil producing strata and continues to be an active exploration target in the area.
The target horizon offers low risk, shallow conventional oil production from several pay zones identified by local offset logs. Texas American Resources (now Trinity Oil & Gas) previously computed volumetric reserves for the Olmos in the direct lease area to have original oil in place (OOIP) of 15-27 million barrels per 640-acre section. At present, this volumetric calculation has not been re-verified by Stallion.
CDSG’s Chairman, Harp Sangha, stated, “With our objective of providing energy needs for today and tomorrow, this project provides an incredible opportunity for us to rapidly enhance the domestic energy output during a time of dire need. Solid projected revenues from production from this field were originally modeled on $55/barrel in 2021, thus at this time, we see an incredible opportunity for well-timed production and robust economics for now and the longer term.”
About the Company: China Dongsheng International Inc. (OTC Markets: CDSG) is an emerging company based in Las Vegas, Nevada. The company’s principal activity is seeking opportunities in both public and private companies in the technology, natural resource and various other sectors.
About Stallion: Stallion Energy Group, Inc. is an independent exploration and production company based in Houston, Texas primarily engaged in the activities of acquiring, developing, exploiting, and producing oil and gas properties. The Company is a wholly owned subsidiary of Canadian based Stallion Oil Corporation who are currently planning to go public on the Canadian Securities Exchange (“CSE”} in Canada.
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