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  • Brookside Energy (BRK) is advancing drilling preparation for the Flames Well on SWISH area of interest (AOI) in the Anadarko Basin
  • Brookside states that construction of the all-weather multi-well pad for the Flames Well has begun with the mobilisation of bulldozers, scrapers, and excavators to site
  • The team is actively monitoring development to ensure that the pad and access road are built safely, effectively, and within budget
  • The completed multi-well pad is expected to be 145 metres x 145 metres in size and will facilitate all-weather working conditions
  • Brookside Energy (BRK) last traded at 2 cents per share before market open on the January 25

Brookside Energy (BRK) is advancing drilling preparation for the Flames Well on SWISH area of interest (AOI) in the Anadarko Basin.

Brookside states that construction of the all-weather multi-well pad for the Flames Well has begun with the mobilisation of bulldozers, scrapers, and excavators to site.

Construction work is progressing on schedule with a subsidiary, Black Mesa Energy, team members regularly on-site.

Black Mesa Energy is a Tulsa-based oil and gas exploration and production company focused on the development of petroleum properties located in the United States.

The team is actively monitoring development to ensure that the pad and access road are built safely, effectively, and within budget.

The completed multi-well pad is expected to be 145 metres x 145 metres in size and will facilitate all-weather working conditions.

Access to the pad will be from a local county road directly onto the well pad.

The Flames Well pad is designed as a multi-well pad to accommodate both drilling and the large assembly of completion and stimulation equipment that will be required post drilling.

Furthermore, the pad’s design will allow for the drilling of multiple wells, which will aid in the future full field development of the Flames Unit.

Brookside Energy (BRK) last traded at 2 cents per share before market open on the January 25.

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