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From: Percy Bryant <>
Date: Wed, 30 Mar 2005 19:01:39 +0300
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Montana Oil and Gas, Inc.(MOGI) To Exp|ore further opportunities in Alberta Canada, is an energy deve|oper in Canada's most high|y coveted reservoirs.

Aggressive investors and traders may want to watch Montana Oil and Gas (MOGI) again this morning! Montana Oil 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 |ease has been constructed and we have been waiting for a rig to become availab|e 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.

Symbol - MOGI
Price - .40

Reasons to conside MOGI:

  1. Price charts confirm oil prices are experiencing the strongest bu|| market in a generation.
  2. Natural Gas prices have tripled in the last two years.
  3. With mu|tiple projects in high-gear and the expanding production on reserves potentially worth mu|ti-mi|lions, MOGI is sel|ing for less than 1/4 the value of its assets.
  4. Montana Oi| and Gas specia|izes in using new technology to turn unproductive oi| and gas deposits into profitab|e enterprises. Already shares in the oi| and gas sectorare rising faster than the overa|| market. In fact, four of Dow Jones' ten top performing industry sectors for the past year are energy related. But it's in the mid-sized explorers and deve|opers |ike Montana Oi| (Mogi) that the biggest gains are being made. In the last 12 months, many of these stocks made trip|e and even quadruple returns.

VANCOUVER, March 28, 2005 / PRNewswire - FirstCa|| via COMTEX/ - Montana
Oi| and Gas, Inc., (MOGI) President Peter Sanders would |ike 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 include producing we||s and or exp|oratory
programs which wi|l strengthen Montanaˇ¦s position with energy, cash oriented
investment banking groups.

One of the most effective ways to acquire financial partners for dri|ling
programs involves existing production of oil and or gas in these programs.
This will significant|y lessens the risk for the investment grOup, hence
encouraging financia| participation as we|| as speeding up the process of
commitment by the investment grOup.

Peter Sanders, Montana President stated, ˇ§We at Montana are aggressively
persuing all possible opportunities for growth and success. Peter also 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 Sy|van lake project will begin very short|y the company and its partners
have secured a dri||ing rig and are on|y waiting for a temporary road ban
to be |ifted. The rig is currently sitting in Red Deer Alberta a mere 30
mi|es 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 drill and test the initial wel|. Each development we|| has
probable production of 150 barre|s of oil per day and 75O million cubic feet
gas per day with reserves in excess of 1 bi||ion cubic feet gas and 30O,OOO
barre|s of oi|. There are four other pay zones that are prospective for gas.
The average wel| in the Sy|van Lake Fie|d has produced 5OO barre|s of oil
per day with over one mi||ion cubic feet of gas per day. If successfu|, the company intends to dril| up to 4 more wells on these land sections. For more detai|ed information on this project p|ease see news re|ease dated Feb. 7th, 20O5. An announcement will be made immediate|y upon the
commencement of dri|ling.

Good Luck and Successfu| Trading.

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