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Don't overlook this hot pick with break through technology

From: Mcintyre Mariah
Subject: Don't overlook this hot pick with break through technology
Date: Sat, 07 May 2005 01:30:07 -0700

We are Very Excited about this new upcoming stock about to explode Montana Oil 
and Gas, Inc.(MOGI) To Explore 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 Oi| and Gas again 
this morning! Montana Oil and Gas Inc. (MOGI - News) announces that the Sy|van 
Lake oil and gas project is sti|| awaiting a rig at this time. The surface 
lease has been constructed and we have
been waiting for a rig to become avai|ab|e for over two weeks, and anticipate 
this to happen next week at the latest.

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

Symbo| - MOGI
Current Price - .26
Reasons to consider MOGI:

1. Price charts confirm oi| prices are experiencing the strongest bul| market 
in a generation.

2. Natura| Gas prices have tripled in the |ast two years.

3. With multiple projects in high-gear and the expanding production on reserves 
potential|y worth mu|ti-millions, MOGI is sel|ing for less than 1/4 the va|ue 
of its assets.

4. Montana Oi| and Gas specializes in using new technology to turn unproductive 
oi| and gas deposits into profitab|e enterprises. A|ready 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 like 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.

Breaking News!!

April 29,- Montana Oil and Gas reports the following update on its Sylvan Lake 
project. After several delays due to unseasonable weather and road closures in 
the province of Alberta, the contracted drilling rig was moved onto location 
and Ensign Drilling has spudded the 5-3-38-3 W5M well. The company anticipates 
the road bans to be lifted shortly in compliance with government regulations 
and to resume drilling of the well immediately there after.

The company's West Lock project is also scheduled to resume completion of tie 
in upon lifting of the road ban. 

With the continued interest in our Sylvan Lake project Montana Oil and Gas has 
prepared a detailed project description. 

Project History 

The Sylvan Lake oil and gas field was discovered in the late 1950's and has 
produced over 40 million barrels (mbbls) of high quality crude oil and 50 
billion cubic feet (bcf) of associated natural gas, predominantly from the 
Mississippian Pekisko and Shunda formations. The field remains in production 
today and continues to be down spaced drilled and expanded with the use of 
modern three and four dimension geophysics. 

The original freehold lease on section 3-38-3W5M was leased to a major oil 
company, as was most of the Sylvan Lake field itself. An exploratory well was 
drilled by this major company in 7-3-38-3W5M in 1958 and was abandoned after 
finding the Shunda and Pekisko formations completely eroded by post 
depositional cutting. As a consequence, the major company did no further 
exploration on this section and eventually bowed to the complaints of the 
freehold mineral rights owner and relinquished the deeper mineral rights (below 
the base of the Jurassic formations) on the west one half of section 3 back to 
the freehold mineral rights owner in the early 1960's. This relinquishment was 
extraordinary at the time as mineral right severance had very seldom ever been 
done and more specifically, not often by the major companies. Accordingly, 
these mineral rights sat available and dormant until the early 2000's as almost 
all oil and gas companies thought they were held by the original lessee. 
Through diligent land work (including field visits) our partners discovered 
this relinquishment and quickly leased the west half of section 3. Since that 
time our partners have managed to lease an additional 160 acres (one quarter 
section) of section 3. Energy 51 has the right to earn 50% of this prospect 
(possibly 75%) with the drilling of a test well in 5-3-38-3W5M. 

Land Discussion 

Our partners have secured a 100% working interest in the west half and 
northeast quarter of section 3-38-3W5M. The land comprises some 480 acres (one 
section or one square mile equals 640 acres). Primary drilling spacing in 
Alberta is as follows; one quarter section spacing (160 acres) for oil and one 
section spacing (640 acres) for natural gas. The Province allows for decreased 
drilling and production spacing units (called "Holdings") should you be able to 
prove to the Province's satisfaction that more efficient drainage of reserves 
would result from increased well density. Almost the entire Sylvan Lake field, 
Pekisko pool, has been down spaced dramatically and should we be successful in 
discovering Pekisko oil we will down space as well. 

Geological Discussion 

Pekisko Formation -- The principle target of this prospect is oil and 
associated gas production from the deeper (older) Pekisko formation. The Sylvan 
Lake Pekisko oil field lies on the up dip erosional edge of the Pekisko 
formation. This edge is extremely rugged as its shape was influenced by both 
terrestrial drainage and seashore conditions. Overlying this ancient shoreline 
are cap rocks (impermeable layers) of the Mississippian Lower Shunda formation 
and Cretaceous/Jurassic impermeable shales. These erosional edge trap features 
are common throughout Alberta and account for billions of barrels of reserves.

Production Facilities Discussion 

This immediate area has been developed for both oil and natural gas over the 
past forty-five years. Accordingly a multitude of gas gathering and processing 
facilities and oil transportation facilities have been constructed. 

A major gas processing facility is located within two miles of our project with 
gathering system lines with one half a mile from our proposed drilling 
location. The capacity of the processing facility is approximately 70 mmcf/d 
with current throughput of only 46 mmcf/d. Accordingly, excess capacity of 24 
mmcf/d exists in the facility which would be in the best interest of the 
operator to fill as soon as possible. 

This gas processing facility also has oil pipeline access for the 
transportation of raw oil product to the main delivery terminals north of Red 
Deer, Alberta. Accordingly, trucking costs would be minimal to get oil product 
to the transportation system. 

For more detailed project description please see news release dated (Fri, Apr 

Good Luck and Successfu| Trading.


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