Archer County TX Oil Leases

Granite Energy, Inc. (OTC: GNGI) (the Company), today announced it had acquired six proven, producing oil leases in Texas. The leases include 640 acres of the W.H. Patton Survey, located in Archer County, Texas, and 726 acres of the J.J. Young Survey, also located in Archer County.

“These leases offer existing production with tremendous potential for Granite Energy shareholders to participate in a significant proven reserve play, with economical drilling opportunities,” stated S. Matthew Schultz, Granite Energy’s President and Chief Executive.

The W.H. Patton Survey includes 5 leases covering both shallow and deep (below 2000’) zones, within a 640 acre tract, as well as all existing oil production. This survey is located in one of the most prolific shallow zones in the region. The J.J. Young lease includes 726 acres of shallow (above 2000’) drilling rights, and is located within one mile of the W.H. Patton.

Oil was discovered in Archer County in 1911, and by January 1, 2001, more than 489,066,000 barrels of oil had been taken out of Archer County lands.

The W.H. Patton lease has had the initial rework process, and has seven wells currently in production. Four new 210 barrel storage tanks have been moved on site, and new separators have been installed. All of the producing wells have new transformers and wiring, new pumps and motors, as well as new flow lines, well head assemblies, rods and tubing. Granite Energy anticipates four additional existing wells to be brought online immediately, and the commencement of new drilling within the quarter.

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