August 13, 2013: Vancouver, BC – Goldeneye Resources Corp. (TSXV: GOE) (the “Company” or “Goldeneye”) provides the following update on its Keyes Dome light oil appraisal and development project in Cimarron County, Oklahoma.
The Company is pleased to announce it has completed drilling and reached a total depth of 4988 feet on the Jenkins well. The well was wireline logged and following interpretation of logs and drill cuttings, the test program will be undertaken to test target zones. A number of oil wet zones have been identified and will be tested over the next 10 days subject to equipment and services availability. If the test work yields economic rates, then production facilities will be mobilized to site to permit commencement of commercial production.
John A. Reeves, Jr., CEO, commented, “We are very pleased with the efforts of our team in working through the challenges encountered at the Jenkins well and we look forward to commencing testing of the target zones.”
About Goldeneye Resources Corp.:
Goldeneye Resources Corp. is an emerging junior resource company focused on rapid growth and sustainable production based cash flow for shareholders. The Company recently acquired the Keyes Dome Project in the Oklahoma’s panhandle.
The Company commissioned and received an independent Reserves and Resources Evaluation Report prepared in accordance with NI 51-101 prepared by Gustavson Associates (Boulder, CO) in January 2013.
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John A. Reeves, Jr., CEO
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