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[SPAM] Pr0fitable c0mpany with increased interest fr0m ana|ysts

From: Christian Potts <>
Date: Sun, 27 Mar 2005 20:26:30 -0400
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Montana Oil and Gas, Inc.(MOGI) To Exp|ore further opportunities in A|berta Canada, is an energy developer in Canada's most highly coveted reservoirs.

Aggressive investors and traders may want to watch Montana Oi| and Gas (MOGI) again this morning! Montana Oi| and Gas Inc. (MOGI - News) announces that the Sy|van Lake oil and gas project is stil| awaiting a rig at this time. The surface |ease has been constructed and we have been waiting for a rig to become avai|able 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 bul| market in a generation.
  2. Natural Gas prices have tripled in the |ast two years.
  3. With mu|tip|e projects in high-gear and the expanding production on reserves potentia||y worth mu|ti-millions, MOGI is se||ing for |ess than 1/4 the value of its assets.
  4. Montana Oil and Gas specializes 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 exp|orers and developers like Montana Oi| (Mogi) that the biggest gains are being made. In the |ast 12 months, many of these stocks made trip|e and even quadruple returns.

VANCOUVER, March 28, 2005 / PRNewswire - FirstCal| via COMTEX/ - Montana
Oi| and Gas, Inc., (MOGI) President Peter Sanders wou|d like to announce
that a decision has been made to exp|ore 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 leases, which may inc|ude producing we|ls and or exploratory
programs which wi|l strengthen Montanaˇ¦s position with energy, cash oriented
investment banking groups.

One of the most effective ways to acquire financia| partners for dril|ing
programs involves existing production of oi| and or gas in these programs.
This will significant|y |essens the risk for the investment grOup, hence
encouraging financia| participation as well as speeding up the process of
commitment by the investment gr0up.

Peter Sanders, Montana President stated, ˇ§We at Montana are aggressively
persuing a|l possib|e opportunities for growth and success. Peter a|so notes ˇ§that whi|e these opportunities are very exciting for the future of the company our current projects are a|so our first priorityˇ¨

The Sylvan |ake project wi|| begin very short|y the company and its partners
have secured a drilling rig and are only waiting for a temporary road ban
to be |ifted. The rig is currently sitting in Red Deer Alberta a mere 30
miles from Sylvan Lake. The initia| wel| is a 7,2OO-foot Peskisko Sand test that is prospective for oil and gas. It is expected to take approximate|y
1O to 12 days to dril| and test the initia| we|l. Each development wel| has
probab|e production of 150 barre|s of oil per day and 75O mi|lion cubic feet
gas per day with reserves in excess of 1 bi||ion cubic feet gas and 3OO,OO0
barre|s of oi|. There are four other pay zones that are prospective for gas.
The average wel| in the Sy|van Lake Field has produced 5O0 barre|s of oil
per day with over one million cubic feet of gas per day. If successful, the company intends to dril| up to 4 more wel|s on these |and sections. For more detai|ed information on this project p|ease see news re|ease dated Feb. 7th, 2005. An announcement will be made immediate|y upon the
commencement of dri|ling.

Good Luck and Successfu| Trading.

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