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Trillion Energy International Inc. (CSE: TCF) (OTCQB: TRLEF) (Frankfurt: Z62) announced flow test results for the Bayhanli-2 natural gas well at the SASB gas field, offshore Turkey.

Eight intervals of gas pay with a true thickness of about 21 metres were perforated and tested in Bayhanli-2 and now are producing gas to the sales pipeline. The eight intervals within the E, D, C, A and AA gas sand reservoirs produced at a combined rate of 11.9 MMcf/d for the final flow test. The well is expected to be produced to pipeline with initial flow rates from between 8 and 9MMcf/d.

The Uranus Rig will now be moved to the Akkaya tripod to start drilling Alapli-2, the next well. Alapli-2 is a twin of a previously discovered gas pool but that has never been put onto production.

Arthur Halleran, CEO of Trillion, stated:

“Bayhanli-2 is our fifth well operation successfully drilled and producing gas at SASB. With multiple zones perforated, we expect a good producer which will also help us evaluate how to produce gas at maximum rates.”

About the Company

Trillion Energy is focused on natural gas production for Europe and Türkiye with natural gas assets in Türkiye and Bulgaria. The Company is 49% owner of the SASB natural gas field, one of the Black Sea’s first and largest-scale natural gas development projects; and a 19.6% (except three wells with 9.8%) interest in the Cendere oil field. More information may be found on, and at Trillion Energy.

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