Granite Energy, Inc. Acquires 2,300 Acre New Mexico Project

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Â?The Escavada ProspectÂ?, located in San Juan County, New Mexico, is the result of a twenty-plus million dollar regional seismic study.

Granite Energy, Inc. (NASDAQ OTC Pink sheets: GNGI) (the company), today announced its acquisition of The Escavada, an exploration prospect located in San Juan County, New Mexico. The Project currently has under contract 2,300 acres with an additional several hundred acres under negotiations. The Escavada Prospect contains a total area of interest of approximately 5,000 acres, under the geological concept. This high quality exploration Prospect, "Escavada Prospect" originates from a regional seismic play undertaken by a major domestic oil company. Should the test well be successful, the Escavada Prospect could generate as many as fifty (50) additional developmental drilling locations. In addition, Granite will have the first right of refusal on several other prospect leads in the region which have in excess of 2,000 acres for lease and potential development.

“Acquiring this prospect that ConocoPhillips, Inc. originally identified in the 1990’s and subsequently expended significant resources on seismic studies is a tremendous step for Granite Energy. As an independent oil and gas company, we are fortunate, through our industry relationships, we were even given the opportunity to review this program. Once our consulting geologist and reservoir engineers had an opportunity to study the regional analysis, it became our priority to make this transaction happen as quickly as possible.” Stated S. Matthew Schultz, Granite Energy, Inc.’s Chief Executive Officer. “We plan to begin the permitting process for our initial well as soon as it is prudent.” Schultz continued.

The company also announced the relocation of its headquarters to Salt Lake City, Utah.

Granite Energy ("Granite") (NASDAQ OTC symbol: GNGI) is a leading independent energy company headquartered in Salt Lake City, UT and focused on oil and gas development, exploration and production. With oil professionals in offices throughout North America, Granite executes on a proprietary business model that enhances the lifecycle for oil producing properties. Granite Energy has growing oil and gas holdings in Texas, New Mexico and Oklahoma. The combination of Granite's methodologies, geological and technical expertise enables Granite to deliver the tangible economic benefits in the acquisition and development of oil and gas fields with both current production as well as exploration and development of new prospects.

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