The Upstream element of the project is an Oil and Gas Play in the Williston Basin in southwestern North Dakota, left diagram below, that exploits a group of anticlines like the one shown in the right diagram below. An adjacent anticline, the Cedar Creek Anticline, is the model for our anticlines production. The Cedar Creek Anticline has 35 prospective zones across 2800 feet of rock interval section and has already produced a half billion barrels of oil. These anticlines are overlain by Lodgepole reefs which are quite productive in their own right. Each vertical well will include 36 prospective zones. We expect a total of 700 vertical wells in our 35 anticlines to be capable of total production of 700,000 barrels of oil and 420,000,000 cubic feet of gas per day for many years.