Been doing some research on the internet with respect to the latest DRC news release from the company.  I found an article on "Voice of America" website entitled "Survey Shows Lake Tanganyika's Oil Potential in Tanzania - dated Aug 28/2012.  Unfortunately, I cannot cut and paste for some reason onto Stockhouse - so you will have to find the article yourself.  The article talks about an Australian Company - Beach Energy who are doing oil exploration on Lake Tanganyika on the Tanzanian side.  I found this bit interesting taken from the article and I quote "There is an oil slick, a natural oil seep, that sits on the lake on the DRC side.  You can actually see it on Google earth.  I think it's the largest natural oil seep in the world.  What that indicates is there's a working petroleum system underneath the Lake, said Jamieson."  - end quote

Look to the AOS's news release on the DRC acquisition - "The DRC blocks comprise over one million acres gross covering the Kalemie sub basin on Lake Tanganyika.   We have a 43.75 % working interest in the Kalembe Block (Block 5) and Fatuma Block (Block 6). 

IS THERE ANY REASON TO BE SOMEWHAT EXCITED HERE BY THE COMPANY'S LATEST ACQUISITION?