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SE GOBE-13 Well Begins Drilling

Cue Energy Resources Limited
A.B.N. 45 066 383 97

SE GOBE-13 Well Begins Drilling

Cue is pleased to announce that the SE Gobe -13 well began drilling on the 30th
March 2006. At 6am on the 4th of April, the well was drilling ahead in 17.5 inch
hole at 180 metres measured depth.

SE Gobe -13 is located within the SE Gobe unit in the south east extension of the SE Gobe oil field [Papua New Guinea] and is a follow up to the successful SEG -11 and SEG -12

The deviated well is expected to take 35 days to reach a total depth of 2200 metres measured depth (2160 metres vertical depth).

Participants in the SE Gobe unit are:
AGL Gas Developments (PNG) Pty Limited 27.35%
Oil Search (PNG) Limited 25.55% (Operator)
Southern Highlands Petroleum Co Ltd 23.69%
Barracuda Limited (Santos) 9.39%
Ampolex (Highlands) Limited 5.95%
Cue PNG Oil Company Pty Ltd 3.29%
Merlin Petroleum Company Limited 2.78%
Petroleum Resources Gobe Limited 2.00%


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