SOURCE: Dynamic Resources Corp.

November 13, 2008 11:35 ET

Dynamic Resources Corp. Announces Sentell Field Update -- Latest Well Finds Cotton Valley Gas, Continues Drilling to Test Haynesville Shale Formation

LAS VEGAS, NV--(Marketwire - November 13, 2008) - Dynamic Resources Corp. (PINKSHEETS: DYRFF) ("Dynamic" or the "Company") -- Dynamic has been informed by the operator of its Sentell Field project that it has successfully drilled and logged the targeted Cotton Valley interval in its A.S. Burt 20-1 Well with positive results. The well reached planned intermediate pipe depth of 9,530 feet on November 10, 2008. Subsequent to logging the Cotton Valley and shallower horizons, 7-inch casing was set at 9,530 feet and the well is drilling ahead to test the Haynesville Shale at a planned total depth of 11,300 feet. This well is strategically located in the southwest section of the Company's Sentell Field in Bossier Parish, Louisiana and is designed to further delineate both Cotton Valley and Haynesville Shale potential. The A.S. Burt 20-1 Well is the third well in the Company's 2008 development program and the second Haynesville Shale vertical test well in the Sentell Field planned this year.

Wireline logging and mud log shows indicate the A.S. Burt 20-1 Well encountered 54 feet of net effective gas pay in the Cotton Valley Formation. Notably, there are a number of pay sands correlative to the pay intervals in the Company's existing wells, which indicates the 20-1 well may produce similar results to the other Cotton Valley wells drilled in the Sentell Field. The A.S. Burt 20-1 is the Company's eighth consecutive successful Cotton Valley well in the Sentell Field. Each of the Company's eight Cotton Valley wells has similar log characteristics. Five of these wells are currently flowing into sales lines and generating cash flow. The Company's sixth successful Cotton Valley well, the Cash Pointe 30-1, is currently awaiting pipeline construction. After encountering excellent pay intervals in the Cotton Valley, the seventh well, the Atkins-Lincoln 17-2, was deepened into the Haynesville Shale, where it encountered reservoir rock with encouraging properties. This well is currently undergoing extensive laboratory and petrophysical analysis preparatory to a completion in the Haynesville.

Robert Fedun, the Company's president said: "Our enthusiasm about the Sentell Field and our Cotton Valley play continues to grow. The well logs and formation evaluation for A.S. Burt 20-1 are similar to our previous successful wells in the play. The preliminary results from the A.S. Burt 20-1 Well suggest that commercially economic portions of the Cotton Valley Sands extend into a greater portion of our leasehold in the Sentell Field. This well is also our second test of the Haynesville Shale, following our successful initial Haynesville test in the Atkins-Lincoln 17-2 in October. We believe this test will further define the presence and extent of pay in the Lower Bossier/Haynesville within this play, which would represent significant additional value."

The Company owns a 20% working interest in approximately 5,300 acres in the Sentell Field, located in the heart of the known Cotton Valley trend north of Shreveport, Louisiana. To date, the Company has drilled eight successful tests of the Cotton Valley sands, five of which are connected to the market and producing revenues, with a sixth expected to produce revenue in the fourth quarter of 2008. Completion options are currently being evaluated for the seventh well, which successfully tested the Haynesville Shale formation.

For further information, please contact:

Robert Fedun, President and CEO

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