KFG Reworked Parker Lease - Now Producing 130 BOPD

LaGrange Field, Adams Co., MS

NATCHEZ, Miss., June 12, 2014 /CNW/ - KFG Resources Ltd. President, Robert A. Kadane, reported that KFG's wholly-owned subsidiary, KFG Petroleum Corporation, reworked its Parker #2 well and the lease is now producing 130 BOPD, up from 95 BOPD. The Parker #5 well was drilled to 6,450' and, due to tight sand conditions, it was decided not to set production casing.

Also, in the LaGrange Field, the Craig #1 and #2 wells have paid out and KFG's interest has increased from 10% to 21.5% working interest. Total production from the Craig wells is currently 120 BOPD. A location has been staked for the Craig #3 well and plans are to drill it in the near future.

Carthage Point, Adams Co., MS

At Carthage Point Field, the McNeil #2 and #3 wells have just paid out. KFG's interest will increase from 8% working interest to 21.5% working interest going forward. The two McNeil wells currently produce a total of 60 to 70 BOPD.

Mantua Field, Adams Co., MS

KFG is moving on location to drill the Barnum #2 well in the Mantua Field. A 7,700' well will be drilled to test all zones of the Wilcox formation. KFG has a 9% working interest in the well, reverting to a 20.5% working interest at payout.

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SOURCE KFG Resources Ltd.

For further information:

Robert A. Kadane, President (303) 825-7080