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Blog: Just released images of our drill core --- saturated with crude
December 19, 2012

Posted by Ron Daems, President

They say a picture is worth a thousand words. And when it comes to investing, that goes double.

That's why I want to share some information with you which we've never released --- images of our drill core.

Many of our investors will be excited when they see the "reality" behind our 517 million barrels of recoverable crude.

You see, when we carried out our drill program, we saved samples from the drill core --- which clearly show the extraordinary richness of our massive crude bitumen deposit.

Take a look at these amazing images. When you do, I think you'll agree --- Strata Oil is sitting on a world-class deposit of crude. http://www.strataoil.com/corephotos.php

Now, if you're wondering how to interpret these images, it's very simple. The black/dark-brown material is crude bitumen. When you apply heat or solvent to it, it flows.

Alberta's carbonate triangle contains hundreds of billions of barrels of recoverable petroleum. Many experts see it as the main source of crude for the US economy in the coming decades. And Strata Oil discovered its deposit before the rest of the industry could figure out what was going on.

As a result, we have one of the most attractive, homogeneous, and valuable deposits of crude bitumen in the entire carbonate triangle.

Our 56,000 barrel-per-day project plan is right next door to Royal Dutch Shell --- one of the other leading players in the carbonate oilfields.

As Wall Street pours money into the carbonate triangle (including Warburg Pincus, Blackstone Capital, and Goldman Sachs) --- together with large Asian investors, we're confident in saying that Strata Oil shareholders are well positioned to benefit. At about 6 barrels of recoverable crude per share, we believe our current stock price offers extraordinary upside for investors.

 
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