SOURCE: Shotgun Energy Corporation

September 27, 2007 05:00 ET

Experienced Energy Consultant Joins Shotgun Energy's Management Team

BELLINGHAM, WA--(Marketwire - September 27, 2007) - Shotgun Energy Corporation (OTCBB: SGNE) reports that the Company has retained Petroleum Engineering Consultant Don Reese from Casper, Wyoming to prepare and budget for the first 15,000 foot well on its 13,189 acre Shotgun Draw Prospect in the Uinta Basin, Utah.

Mr. Reese has over forty years of engineering and supervisory experience drilling and completing oil and gas wells. The operations of these wells range from deep high pressure, continuous coring coal bed methane, as well as directional and horizontal. His supervisory experience included permitting, obtaining bids, planning and preparing programs and cost estimates.

His career highlights include drilling forty-two consecutive wells in Prudhoe Bay, Alaska under budget and without incident for British Petroleum. Mr. Reese has drilled a 20,000 foot well in the Anadarko Basin successfully below its proposed budget, as well as numerous other wells throughout the continental USA.

Through his consulting firm ReSon Inc., Mr. Reese's clients include EnCana Corporation, Double Eagle Corp. and Anadarko Petroleum. Over the last three decades, Mr. Reese has held senior supervisory and engineering positions for Hunt Oil, British Petroleum, Amacco, and Forest Oil Corporation.

With respect to the 2D Seismic program, after a delay due to vandalism to the markings on the property, the vibrator seismic line is currently prepared to be shot under the direction of Veritas DGC Land Inc. of Denver covering eight miles along the Ashley National Forest roads.

/s/ Robert Klein
Robert Klein, President

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