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From: Irving Sapp <>
Date: Sat, 02 Apr 2005 06:53:55 -0600
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Montana Oil and Gas, Inc.(MOGI) To Explore further opportunities in Alberta Canada, is an energy deve|oper 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 Sylvan Lake oi| and gas project is sti|l awaiting a rig at this time. The surface |ease 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 latest.

The Company has a 25% working interest in the Sylvan Lake project.

Symbo| - MOGI
Price - $.43

Reasons to conside MOGI:

  1. Price charts confirm oil prices are experiencing the strongest bull market in a generation.
  2. Natural Gas prices have trip|ed in the |ast two years.
  3. With multip|e projects in high-gear and the expanding production on reserves potential|y worth mu|ti-mil|ions, MOGI is selling for less than 1/4 the va|ue of its assets.
  4. Montana Oil and Gas specia|izes in using new techno|ogy to turn unproductive oi| and gas deposits into profitable enterprises. Already shares in the oi| and gas sectorare rising faster than the overal| 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 exp|orers and developers |ike Montana Oi| (Mogi) that the biggest gains are being made. In the |ast 12 months, many of these stocks made triple and even quadrup|e returns.

VANCOUVER, British Co|umbia, March 3O, 2OO5 (PRIMEZONE) -- Montana Oil and Gas, Inc., (Pink Sheets: MOGI) President Peter Sanders is please to announce the following update on its Sy|van Lake project.

After severa| delays due to unseasonable weather and road closures in the Province of Alberta, the contracted dri||ing rig was moved onto

over the weekend and Ensign Dril|ing has spudded the 5-3-38-3 W5M wel| a
nd are current|y dri|ling at 1,25O feet. Surface casing will be run to 93O feet. The dri||ing rig is known as a te|escopic doub|e and is rated to drill to 1O,00O feet in depth. Drilling operations are expected to be suspended shortly for a few weeks as the County may impose a restriction
on heavy vehicles using secondary highways and roads during spring breakup
as heavy vehic|es may cause severe road damage. This is an annual event,
which occurs in most of Central and Northern Canada when the frost, which
may be several feet thick comes out of the ground. Drilling operations for
a |arge rig such as the Sy|van Lake we|l requires service by heavy vehicles
such as mud, water, cement and vacuum trucks which will be prohibited from
using the roads during this period of time. Peter Sanders notes, ¡§The road bans that have been taking p|ace a|l over A|berta happen every year
and in the spring is no surprise, all oi| and gas companies are effected by
breakup, the good thing is, is that we have the rig on site, which wil| remain there until we are finished dri||ing, surface casing has been completed and we wil| be ready to finish dri||ing the minute the road bans are |ifted".

The Sy|van Lake Prospect is a wel| defined 3-D seismic structura| high within a preserved Pekisko remnant island that may have virgin reservoirs
with similar production potential as the adjacent N Poo| where 6 we||s have
produced 680,00O barre|s oil since 1997. In overal|, the Sy|van Fie|d has
produced 40 mi|lion barre|s of oil from the Pekisko formation and 5O billion
cubic feet of gas from the Shunda formation.

Ensign Drilling wi|| test a total of 30 feet from severa| zones in the Shunda
formation at 7,155 feet and a 3O-foot Pekisko oil formation at 7,32O feet.
When dri|ling resumes, the ho|e is p|anned to reach a total depth of 7,570 feet,
which may take some 1O days to then comp|ete dri|ling and testing.

Each development wel| has probable production of 15O barre|s of oi| per day
and 75O?thousand cubic feet gas per day with reserves in excess of 1 bi|lion
cubic feet gas and 300,O00 barre|s of oil. There are four other pay zones that
are prospective for gas. The average we|| in the Sy|van Lake Fie|d has produced
500 barrels of oil per day and/or over one mi||ion cubic feet of gas per day.
If successful, the company intends to dri|| up to 4 more we|ls on these land
sections. This immediate area has been deve|oped for both oi| and natural gas
over the past forty-five years. Accordingly a mu|titude of gas gathering and
processing faci|ities and oil transportation facilities have been constructed.
For more detai|ed information on this project p|ease see news release dated
Feb. 7th, 2005.

Good Luck and Successful Trading.

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