Media Advisory - Synenco to hold conference call on first quarter results and corporate update - May 1



    Conference call Tuesday, May 1 at 6:30 a.m. Mountain/8:30 a.m. Eastern

    CALGARY, April 27 /CNW/ - Synenco Energy Inc. (TSX: SYN) today advised it
will hold a conference call at 6:30 a.m. Mountain Time / 8:30 a.m. Eastern
Time on Tuesday, May 1, 2007 to discuss first quarter results and provide a
corporate update.

    
    Participants are invited to attend by connecting 10 minutes prior to the
call to one of the following:
        Audio Web cast:      www.synenco.com
        Toll free:           800-594-3790

    Following a brief presentation, the company will address questions during
the call - first from the investment community and then from the media.

    A re-broadcast of the conference call may be accessed by:
        Audio web cast: www.synenco.com
        Telephone:  416-640-1917   Pass code: 21227712 followed by the pound
                                   sign
        Toll free:  877-289-8525   Pass code: 21227712 followed by the pound
                                   sign
    

    About Synenco Energy and Northern Lights

    Synenco Energy 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 oil sands project. Synenco
Energy also holds a 100-percent interest in the McClelland oil sands lease
adjacent to Northern Lights project lands.
    The Northern Lights project consists of an oil sands mining and bitumen
extraction project to be established about 100 kilometres northeast of Fort
McMurray, Alberta, and a heavy oil upgrader proposed for Sturgeon County near
Edmonton. Separate regulatory applications for each segment of the project
were filed with the Alberta Energy and Utilities Board and Alberta Environment
during 2006. The independent best estimate of Northern Lights bitumen, based
on all drilling up to and including the 2005/2006 program, is 1.67 billion
barrels of Discovered Resources.

    SinoCanada Petroleum Corporation, an indirect wholly-owned subsidiary of
China-based Sinopec, owns the remaining 40 percent of the Northern Lights
Partnership and project.





For further information:

For further information: Media, Scott Ranson, General Manager, Public
Affairs, Telephone: (403) 451-5212, scott.ranson@synenco.com; Investment
community, Idar Eikrem, Executive Vice-President and Chief Financial Officer,
Telephone: (403) 451-4612, idar.eikrem@synenco.com Or visit www.synenco.com

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