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PEL 115 - Two Well Drilling Program - Fury-1 Well Strikes Oil & Completed as Oil Producer & Airacobra-1 Well Has Oil & Gas Shows - Still Drilling
Three (3) new oil field discoveries in 2009 have been made North of ACOR's PEL 112 (Perlubie-1, Perlubie South-1 & Butler-1) & one (1) new oil field discovery adjoining ACOR's PEL 444 to the South (Snatcher-1).
The Perlubie-1 well has now been choked back to 800BOPD due to strong production performance in the Parsons and Callawonga oil fields that adjoin PEL 112 to the North.
OSHA's approach, with PELs set to the lower limits of reliable measurement, would increase both the frequency of noncompliance and the cost of compliance.
PEL is also the first private company to engage itself in the overseas oil & gas exploration in North Africa and Myanmar.
Since OSHA's adoption of the majority of its PELs more than 40 years ago, new scientific data, industrial experience and developments in technology clearly indicate that in many instances these mandatory limits are not sufficiently protective of workers' health.
The neoplastic cells of PEL are usually large, with round to irregular nuclei, prominent nucleoli, and varying amounts of deeply basophilic cytoplasm with occasional cells vacuolated (Figure 1).
The next well to be drilled in PEL 92 will be Hooper-1, which is expected to commence in late July.
PEL insurance was created to minimize the impact to the at-risk provider in the event of a catastrophic claim incurred on an individual.
ESG is the Coal Seam Gas Operator of Comet Ridge Limited's (ASX:COI) Gunnedah Basin permits PEL 427 and PEL 428 where Comet Ridge holds 25% and 40% interests respectively.
He expressed his pleasure on inaugurating the new transformer plant of PEL and said that it would serve power sector of the country by producing efficient and reliable transformers.