Sept. 13, 2011
/PRNewswire/ -- Treaty Energy Corporation (OTCQB: TECO), a growth-oriented energy company in the oil and gas industry, today reported updates on the Treaty Belize Energy Oil & Gas project in
Treaty Energy CEO,
Andrew V. Reid
, reported that the ship carrying Treaty equipment on board left the port of
, with expected arrival in the port of
between September 16th and 19th
The equipment destined to be a part of the
oil drilling project included the following:
- Ford F250 Super Duty Crew Cab 4WD Pickup
- Jeep Grand Cherokee
- 4,200 Feet of Drill Pipe
- Four Crates (4' x 4') of Drilling Materials
- Two Detroit Diesel 6-71 Engines
- One 8' x 24' Fuel Tank
Additionally, the following equipment is being trucked from
to Independence City,
- Drilling Collars
- Drill Bits – One each - 16 ", 11", and 7 7/8"
- Jolly Graph
- Blow Out Preventer
- Extra Hydraulic Fluid
- C-350 Mud Pump along with Pump liners, seats, swabs, etc.
- Vibrator Hose
- Mud Hopper
- Mud Hoses
- Pop off Mud Pump
- Mud Gauge
- Suction Hoses
- Hammer Unions
- Rod Oiler
- 120" Link Belt
- Stud & Nut Replacements
- Pit Liners
- Casing: 13 3/8 – 80'; 8 5/8 – 360'; 4 ½ - 2000'
- Sample Bags
- Vis Cup
- Weight Buckets
- Air Hose – 500'
- Drilling Mud, Soda Ash, Caustic
- Diesel Generator
In order to meet the planned drilling date in September the decision was made to truck various items so as to have them arrive at Independence City approximately the same time as the ship arrives in the port of
An additional shipment by sea will depart
about September 23–25, and will have the Completion (work-over) Rig and Chevy 250 Crew Cab truck on board. The Completion rig will not be needed immediately and not hold up the drilling process, but will be in
for the completion portion of the first two wells.
The Treaty drilling crew will arrive in
to start drilling wells #1 and #2 on or about
. The primary drilling rig is being moved onto well site #1 this week and being properly positioned prior to the arrival of the Treaty drilling personnel.
Additionally, Treaty Belize Energy is in the process of establishing at least eight additional drilling sites near well sites #1 and #2 that upon approval by the proper Belizean authorities will be drilled successively one after another.