(Investrend Research Syndicate) -- Ernest C. Schlotter, a senior analyst with Zurich, Switzerland-based SISM Research and a four star analyst according to StarMine, has issued an 18-page update report on TAMM Oil and Gas Inc. (OTCBB: TAMO) dated January 10, 2012, which includes an updated analyst's valuation/recommendation, as well as a detailed review regarding the retrieval of oil from carbonates in Alberta.
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According to analyst Schlotter’s report: “The company laid the groundwork for unlocking its of petroleum initially in place (PIIP) by entering into a farm-in deal with a private U.K. oil company. The farm-in partner will start to drill its first well, testing the cold flow opportunities of the Manning area in 2012. SISM Research believes that the extraction technology will be further improved with the goal of generating new, cheaper, and faster ways of developing oil sands/carbonate assets.”Analyst Schlotter also noted that a feasibility study conducted by an independent petroleum engineering firm indicates that the potential of Tamm’s Manning project is of sufficient merit to justify the work program targeting the carbonates in the project.