.well another hole wasnt successful yet again ...but al least they were on that right track  ..........looks like the Government is allowing more holes to be drilled in D1 and D3 to firm up that area and as we get closer to a possible price increase to $8.00 per mcf things should improve gradually

 we might find that the geological complexity of the hydro carbon zone is figured out miraculously after all .............once they drill a few more holes ....wouldnt that be nice ..................... and they can boost rserves to 7 or 8 trillion cuft again .i still cant beleive BP paid 7 billion dollars for 30% of this asset and then 6 months later find out the reserves are half of what they should be ........

somemone is scayrewing some one here ... by the way NKO has to use canadian security guidelines for reserve estimates .......if you look at BP estimates the reserves are closer to 5 trillion cu ft  .........this company needs one good hole and we are off to the races to $25.00   gl