MALKA OIL NORGE

MALKA OIL: NOVEMBER 2009 PRODUCTION: 2,096 BARRELS PER DAY

Pressemelding   •   des 10, 2009 15:16 CET

Malka Oil's total production of oil for the month of November 2009 amounted to 62,865 barrels compared to October when the production was 62,062 barrels. On average production was 2,096 barrels per day compared to 2,002 barrels per day during October.

The higher production during the month of November was a result of taking into operation the recently installed beam pumps in three wells in the Zapadno Luginetsky field.

Oil sales for the month of November amounted to 60,210 barrels and the average price before tax was 36,6 USD per barrel.

During November, Malka Oil produced oil from 13 wells.

Planned production for the month of December is 62,775 barrels.


For further information, please contact:
Maks Grinfeld, MD, tel: +46 768 077 614
Sven-Erik Zachrisson, Chairman of the Board of Directors, tel: +46 8 41 05 45 96


For further information on Malka Oil AB, see the website www.malkaoil.com


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