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MANCAS

Abbreviation for:
Manchester Care Assessment Schedule
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However, a tiny nonprofit in Mancos owns a working Cranston printing press--the press on which most frontier newspapers from the 1880s onward were printed--that could be used to fill that deficit.
Ranching remains a key element of life around Mancos, however, and one of the best ways to experience it and explore the San Juan Mountain high country is to stay at Lake Mancos Ranch.
The Mancos bones do not represent an isolated instance of prehistoric cannibalism in the southwest, White adds.
The Niobrara and Mancos shales are generally located at depths of 10,000 to 13,000 feet.
The new estimate places the Mancos shale in Colorado's Piceance basin second only to the giant Marcellus shale in the US northeast in terms of potential resources.
States Hal Blacker, Dejour COO, "We are encouraged by both the thickness of this Mancos "C" sand and the productivity after stimulation from this vertical well bore.
As Dejour moves through this first phase of development of the Williams Fork formation, a plan for testing and developing the underlying Mancos Shale gas is now being evaluated.
The test well was drilled to a depth of 3863' and encountered approximately 90 feet of hydrocarbon bearing siltstone in the Lower Mancos "C" sands.
The assets contain an estimated 2 Tcfe of proved developed generating reserves and an inventory of low-risk drilling locations, in addition to deep rights across 150,000 net acres prospective for the horizontal Mancos Shale and Niobrara formation.
This well will be drilled in May 2011 and is designed to test both the upper and lower Niobrara sections of the Mancos Shale.
This acreage appears to be in one of the best locations in the basin for both Williams Fork and Mancos gas and condensate production.
The 1-34 State well will be Rose's first Mancos well and initiates Rose's development of its Mancos leasehold which consists of approximately 133,000 gross acres.