North American Oil and Gas Well Update
VENTURA, Calif., Dec. 20, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — North American Oil and Gas Corporation (the “Company” or “NAMG“) is pleased to announce that the Pass Exploration 77-20 exploration well at the Company’s Tejon Extension prospect in the San Joaquin Basin of California, USA. has reached TD 7550 Feet. A full suite of electric logs have been run, and the company and its partner East West Petroleum, have elected to set 51/2 in casing. The Company will begin testing the well in early January.
North American Oil and Gas holds a 75% participation interest in the Tejon Extension prospect and will operate the well. Avere Energy Corp., a 100%-owned subsidiary of East West Petroleum Corp., controls the remaining 25% interest.
About North American Oil and Gas Corporation (OTCBB – NAMG)
North American Oil and Gas Corporation (“NAMG”) is a publicly listed (OTCBB – CLDD) oil and gas company. The Company is focused on the prolific San Joaquin Basin, onshore California, with existing foundation assets targeting exploration and exploitation of high impact oil and gas projects located near infrastructure and existing discoveries.
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