Aroway Energy Inc. Completes Facility and Resumes Production at West Hazel

March 27, 2014 (Source: Accesswire) — AROWAY ENERGY INC. (TSX-V: ARW) (OTCQX: ARWJF) ( (the “Company”) is pleased to announce that the facility installation and drilling of the produced water disposal well at its 100% owned and operated West Hazel property is now complete.  Aroway’s existing wells have been tied-in via pipeline to the new disposal well, oil battery and water disposal facility which has also been completed.  Production from the property has begun and all wells are expected to be up and running with stable production over the next 2 weeks.

Chris Cooper, President & CEO commented, “I am extremely pleased with the Aroway team’s ability to complete the West Hazel project on time and on budget.  The new facility will immediately cut our operating costs per barrel in half, to approximately $14 per barrel or better in conjunction with extending the economic and reserve life of the wells.  Furthermore, we plan on optimizing the production of this property with infill drilling over the coming months”


Aroway Energy Inc. is a western Canadian junior oil production and exploration company participating in oil development & exploration prospects in Alberta and Saskatchewan. Aroway operates and owns a 100% working interest, operated  heavy oil producing property in West Hazel, Saskatchewan, and  a 100% working interest, operated  light oil producing property in Kirkpatrick Lake in Central Alberta, as well as it  has access to a large contiguous prospective  land base in the Kerrobert area of West Central Saskatchewan.  Through a joint venture partnership, Aroway also owns a 50% working interest property in the Peace River Arch of Northern, Alberta with 80 sections (51,200 acres) of land with 3D seismic coverage on the majority of the land base, with the area infrastructure controlled and owned by Aroway’s Joint Venture Partner.

“Chris Cooper”
President & CEO

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