Loong Yip Juy (Vincent), President of AEPP, is pleased to announce the acquisition of the Technical Evaluation Agreements (TEA) from a private company in exchange for 65,600,000 restricted shares presently held in Escrow.
This TEA allows AEPP to evaluate 10,100 square kilometres of oil and gas leases - (Block 19) in southern Peru. The TEA is granted by PeruPetro S.A. PeruPetro S.A. is the State Company that on behalf of the government of Peru is responsible for promoting, negotiating, signing and monitoring contracts for the exploration and exploitation of hydrocarbons in Peru. The President of PeruPetro S.A. has verbally approved the TEA with formal recognition to follow in the next few days.
AEPP has committed to make $2,000,000 in qualifying expenditures over the next two years with an option for one additional year, if required, after which AEPP will be issued a 30-year oil lease and a 40-year gas lease.
Mr. Loong Yip Juy is very optimistic that the evaluation can be completed much earlier than two years as considerable geological work on Block19 has already been completed. To determine the reserve potential of both oil and gas and the economic value of recovery, AEPP will engage independent reservoir engineers to evaluate the reserve potential and will file the appropriate reserve report when it is completed.
Over 745 square kilometres of shale oil has initially been identified on Block 19 with an average pay zone of 182 metres. The Company is optimistic further shale oil will be located and that significant gas reserves will be found. Block 19 is strategically located close to major highways and will have transportation access to and from the property.
AEPP has also entered into a technology contract with Point Source Processing Inc. (PSP) for the extraction and upgrading of shale oil. PSP has completed five years of testing on the feedstock and is backed by a strong team of independent technology and R&D (research and development) consortium partners. This team has developed a revolutionary three stage process that permits AEPP to extract the feedstock without the need to construct tailings ponds or consume significant quantities of water. The process produces 8% additional water. AEPP will report further on this process in the near future.
Source: Advanced Environmental Petroleum Producers, Inc.
Date: Jul 6, 2016