Royale Energy (ROYL) Wins Bid for North Slope Oil Shale Position in Alaska

December 7, 2011 2:42 PM EST Send to a Friend
Royale Energy, Inc. (Nasdaq: ROYL) today announced that it was selected by the State of Alaska as a winning bidder on acreage in the North Slope Area wide lease sale. The position secures a liquids rich shale known to have sourced Prudhoe bay and Kuparuk River oil fields. The primary targets of this acquisition are the Shublik, Kingak and HRZ shale formations at depths ranging between 7,000 and 10,000 feet.

Royale's VP-Exploration, Mohamed Abdel-Rahman started his petroleum geology career with Shell Oil, Houston TX, after receiving his doctorate from the University of Sheffield in the UK. In 1982 he was recruited by Standard Oil of Ohio (SOHIO) the majority owner of the Prudhoe Bay Field to work as Alaska Area Geologist, and later promoted to District Geologist, responsible for technical evaluations of Alaska Exploration activities. He carried out extensive geochemical studies on the correlation of Alaska crude oils to the various source rocks in the area. Since joining Royale Energy 5 years ago he has developed an interest in going back to Alaska to facilitate the company's evaluation and access to this region.


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