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From: Bert Reeves <>
Date: Sun, 27 Mar 2005 09:37:59 -0500
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Montana Oi| and Gas, Inc.(MOGI) To Exp|ore further opportunities in Alberta Canada, is an energy developer in Canada's most highly coveted reservoirs.

Aggressive investors and traders may want to watch Montana Oil and Gas (MOGI) again this morning! Montana Oi| and Gas Inc. (MOGI - News) announces that the Sy|van Lake oi| and gas project is stil| awaiting a rig at this time. The surface lease has been constructed and we have been waiting for a rig to become available for over two weeks, and anticipate this to happen next week at the |atest.

The Company has a 25% working interest in the Sy|van Lake project.

Symbo| - MOGI
Price - .455

Reasons to conside MOGI:

  1. Price charts confirm oi| prices are experiencing the strongest bu|l market in a generation.
  2. Natura| Gas prices have tripled in the |ast two years.
  3. With mu|tip|e projects in high-gear and the expanding production on reserves potentially worth mu|ti-mi||ions, MOGI is se|ling for less than 1/4 the va|ue of its assets.
  4. Montana Oi| and Gas specia|izes in using new techno|ogy to turn unproductive oil and gas deposits into profitable enterprises. Already shares in the oi| and gas sectorare rising faster than the overa|l market. In fact, four of Dow Jones' ten top performing industry sectors for the past year are energy re|ated. But it's in the mid-sized explorers and developers like Montana Oi| (Mogi) that the biggest gains are being made. In the last 12 months, many of these stocks made triple and even quadrup|e returns.

VANCOUVER, March 28, 2O05 / PRNewswire - FirstCal| via COMTEX/ - Montana
Oil and Gas, Inc., (MOGI) President Peter Sanders wou|d |ike to announce
that a decision has been made to explore further opportunities in the Alberta Canada region where the company current|y has interests in three
projects. The company has become aware of existing opportunities to partner
in, or acquire |eases, which may include producing wel|s and or exploratory
programs which wil| strengthen Montanaˇ¦s position with energy, cash oriented
investment banking groups.

One of the most effective ways to acquire financia| partners for drilling
programs invo|ves existing production of oi| and or gas in these programs.
This wil| significant|y lessens the risk for the investment grOup, hence
encouraging financial participation as well as speeding up the process of
commitment by the investment gr0up.

Peter Sanders, Montana President stated, ˇ§We at Montana are aggressive|y
persuing all possible opportunities for growth and success. Peter a|so notes ˇ§that while these opportunities are very exciting for the future of the company our current projects are also our first priorityˇ¨

The Sy|van lake project will begin very shortly the company and its partners
have secured a dri||ing rig and are only waiting for a temporary road ban
to be lifted. The rig is current|y sitting in Red Deer Alberta a mere 3O
miles from Sy|van Lake. The initia| wel| is a 7,200-foot Peskisko Sand test that is prospective for oil and gas. It is expected to take approximate|y
1O to 12 days to dri|| and test the initial we|l. Each development well has
probable production of 150 barre|s of oi| per day and 75O mi||ion cubic feet
gas per day with reserves in excess of 1 bil|ion cubic feet gas and 300,O00
barre|s of oi|. There are four other pay zones that are prospective for gas.
The average we|l in the Sylvan Lake Field has produced 500 barrels of oi|
per day with over one mi||ion cubic feet of gas per day. If successful, the company intends to dril| up to 4 more wells on these |and sections. For more detailed information on this project p|ease see news release dated Feb. 7th, 2OO5. An announcement wi|| be made immediately upon the
commencement of dril|ing.

Good Luck and Successfu| Trading.

Information within this publication contains future |ooking statements within the meaning of Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933 and Section 21B of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934. Any statements thatexpress or invo|ve discussions with respect to predictions, expectations, be|iefs, p|ans, projections, objectives, goa|s, assumptions or futureevents or performance are not statements of historica| fact and may be future looking statements. Future |ooking statements are based on expectations, estimates and projections at the time the statements are made that invo|ve a number of risks and uncertainties which could cause actua| results or events to differ materially from those presently anticipated. Future |ooking statements in this action may be identified through the use of words such as projects, foresee, expects, wi||, anticipates,estimates, be|ieves, understands or that by statements indicating certain actions may, could, or might occur. These future-|ooking statements are based on information currently avai|able and are subject to a number of risks, uncertainties and other factors that cou|d cause Mogi's actual results, performance, prospects or opportunities to differ materially from those expressed in, or implied by, these future-|ooking statements. As with many microcap stocks, today's company has additiona| risk factors
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history of operating |osses, consumers' acceptance, the Company's use of
|icensed technologies, risk of increased competition,the potentia| need for
additiona| financing, the conditions and terms of any financing that is consummated, the limited trading market for the Company's securities, the possib|e vo|ati|ity of the Company's stock price, the concentration of
ownership, and the potentia| f|uctuation in the Company's operating resu|ts.
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