Subject to finalization of the related contract and final determination of the date for shipping of a snubbing unit from a port in the US to Colombia, Petrolifera Petroleum’s board has authorized management to proceed with its recommendation to contract a snubbing unit, transport it to Colombia and then initiate a program to reenter the La Pinta 1X well bore, clean out the blockage in the tubing string situated in the well bore and then to attempt a completion of the well.

If, as anticipated, the La Pinta 1X remediation program is successful, it is further anticipated Petrolifera Petroleum will then proceed with a long-term production test, before the preparation and submission of a full blown commercial development program to ANH, the related state agency of Colombia.

It is anticipated the requisite equipment will be mobilized in January 2010. Assuming normal handling by customs officials and then transportation of the snubbing unit from the port of entry to the wellsite, field operations under the direction of specialists in these matters are anticipated to commence approximately four weeks after mobilization and to be completed after approximately two months or less from startup of the planned program.

Including testing, the project is anticipated to cost approximately $5 million to $6 million. If successful, this approach is anticipated to be a satisfactory and the preferred solution to determine the commercial viability of the La Pinta 1X light gravity crude oil and natural gas discovery.

In addition to the remediation program at La Pinta 1X, during January 2010 Petrolifera Petroleum will be conducting a 3D seismic program over the La Pinta structure, with a view to identifying locations for the development of the La Pinta light crude oil accumulation, if warranted by production testing of the Cienaga de Oro formation at La Pinta 1X. Also, it will assist Petrolifera Petroleum in confirming the final locations of the company’s proposed La Pinta 2X and La Pinta 3X wells, which have been designed to test the shallower Porquero and Tubara formations.

Based on logs and hydrocarbon shows encountered while drilling but before testing, both these formations were indicated to be hydrocarbon-bearing in the La Pinta 1X well bore. It should be noted crude oil and natural gas was recovered from the Porquero formation during testing of the Guamito 1X well, which was drilled by another operator in 1975 and offsets the La Pinta 1X well.

The company anticipates that after completing a drilling program for another operator, the drilling rig which is under a long-term contract to Petrolifera Petroleum, will shortly be returned to it for its use.

Accordingly, Petrolifera Petroleum anticipates commencement of the drilling of the second commitment well on the Sierra Nevada license at Brillante in late January 2010. This well, Brillante SE 1X, is designed to evaluate a large seismically-defined structure and is considered prospective for natural gas and natural gas liquids.

The proposed well and related prospect are on the Arjona structural trend and are located southeast of the El Dificil natural gas field, which has been depleted through production. The Brillante structure is also immediately northwest of the Arjona natural gas field, which is owned by another operator. The Brillante SE 1X well will be drilled under normal down hole pressure conditions, unlike the overpressured conditions which were encountered at the La Pinta 1X well.

Petrolifera Petroleum also anticipates commencement of the drilling of a test well on its San Angel prospect on its Magdalena license, which surrounds and offsets the Sierra Nevada License, during the fourth quarter of 2010.

Petrolifera Petroleum is finalizing the contract related to a farmout of its Turpial license in the Middle Magdalena basin. Once the contract is formally completed, details of the farmout will be provided.

The company continues to dialogue with a number of companies about joint venture activity on its Sierra Nevada and Magdalena licenses, which are 100% owned by Petrolifera Petroleum and together cover an area exceeding 800,000 acres.