Media advisory - Synenco Energy to hold March 12 conference call on 2006 results



    CALGARY, March 6 /CNW/ - Synenco Energy Inc. (TSX: SYN) today announced
it will hold a conference call at 9:00 a.m. Mountain Time/11:00 a.m. Eastern
Time on Monday, March 12, 2007 to discuss fourth quarter and full year results
and provide a corporate update. Todd Newton, President and Chief Operating
Officer will host the call and will be joined by Executive Vice President and
Chief Financial Officer, Idar Eikrem.
    Participants are invited to attend by connecting 10 minutes prior to the
call to one of the following (note toll free number has changed):

    
        Audio web cast: see www.synenco.com
        Toll free: (800) 731-6941

    Media are invited to participate in listen-only mode. The company will be
available to address media questions following the call.

    A re-broadcast of the conference call may be accessed by:
        Audio web cast: see www.synenco.com
        Telephone: (416) 640-1917 Pass code: 21222242 (followed by the
        number sign)
        Toll free: (877) 289-8525 Pass code: 21222242 (followed by the
        number sign)
    

    About Synenco

    Synenco is a Calgary-based oil sands company, which, with a 60-percent
interest, is the managing partner of the Northern Lights Partnership and
operator of the Northern Lights project. (SinoCanada Petroleum Corporation, an
indirect wholly owned subsidiary of China-based Sinopec, owns the remaining
40% of the partnership and project.) Synenco also holds a 100-percent interest
in the McClelland oil sands lease adjacent to the Northern Lights project
lands. Visit Synenco's Web site at www.synenco.com.

    About Northern Lights

    The Northern Lights project consists of an oil sands mining and bitumen
extraction project about 100 kilometres northeast of Fort McMurray, Alberta,
and a heavy oil upgrader project in Sturgeon County near Edmonton. The project
is designed to produce 100,000 barrels per day of synthetic crude oil for an
estimated 30 years. Separate regulatory applications for each segment of the
project were filed with the Alberta Energy and Utilities Board and Alberta
Environment during 2006. The Northern Lights Partnership also holds extensive
coal lease applications in the Athabasca region in northeastern Alberta.




For further information:

For further information: Media, Scott Ranson, General Manager, Public
Affairs, Telephone: (403) 451-5212, Cellular: (403) 619-5038,
Scott.Ranson@synenco.com; Investment community, Idar Eikrem, Executive
Vice-President and Chief Financial Officer, Telephone: (403) 451-4612,
Cellular (403) 473-3284, Idar.Eikrem@synenco.com

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