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The project which was situated in Kogi and Bayelsa ought to have commenced but was deterred by the leadership tussle rocking the association but now that it has been resolved, I am pleased to inform the public that we will soon commence work.
The #6 exploratory well is scheduled to commence drilling later this month.
We do not intend to commence our revised offer until the SEC declares our amended registration statement effective.
A drill program to test the extent of molybdenum mineralization beneath the surface showings will commence in early summer 2006.
The contract is expected to commence in approximately December 2006, in direct continuation of the rig's current contract, also with BP.
The tender offer for the outstanding shares of MTR common stock proposed by TBR has not commenced and might never commence.
Anticipated first production is scheduled to commence this month at a rate of approximately 15 MMcfe per day.
The tender offer for the outstanding shares of MTR common stock proposed by a management-led group (TBR Acquisition Group, LLC) has not commenced and might never commence.
The proposed tender offer for the outstanding shares of MTR common stock described in this press release has not commenced and might never commence.