SOURCE: Energy Quest, Inc.

September 11, 2007 09:30 ET

Energy Quest Appoints Gilles H. Imbeault as Director and as VP Finance

HENDERSON, NV--(Marketwire - September 11, 2007) - Energy Quest, Inc. (OTCBB: EQST), an emerging leader in the development and production of hydrogen-enriched alternative fuels in an environmentally responsible manner, is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Gilles H. Imbeault to serve on the board of directors and to fill the role of Vice President of Finance of the Company's International division. In this position, he will be responsible for securing project financing and marketing.

"We are very pleased that Mr. Gilles H. Imbeault has joined our team," said Wilf Ouellette, Energy Quest, Inc. President and CEO. "His considerable financial management experience in emerging firms will be a huge advantage to Energy Quest as we look to execute our monetary vision."

Imbeault added, "I am delighted to join this very exciting company. Energy Quest has achieved remarkable early success in the rapidly growing Green Alternative Energy market, and is positioned for an extraordinary future. I very much look forward to my role in assisting Energy Quest stakeholders realize their potential."

About Mr. Imbeault

Mr. Gilles H. Imbeault studied Civil Engineering at Laval University in Quebec City and holds a Master's Degree in Business Administration with an International Finance and Marketing focus, from Saint Louis University in St. Louis, Missouri. Mr. Imbeault worked for one year in structural design in St. Louis. In 1974, he joined IBM Canada for a period of eight years in Toronto, Ontario, with on going assignments in Montreal, Quebec and in Chicago, Illinois. Starting in 1982, he was Eastern Canadian Marketing Manager of Network Systems Corporation, a Company based in Minneapolis, Minnesota, responsible for marketing computer networking technology to large governmental and corporate users. Mr. Imbeault started his own company in 1984, developing technical analysis software which he sold to major brokerage houses in North America. Mr. Imbeault left the technical field in 1988 to concentrate on the financing of start-up companies. In 1992, he entered the field of commodities trading, including the trading of precious metals and financial instruments, activities which Mr. Imbeault has carried on as his principal occupation for the past five years through his own company. Mr. Imbeault does not currently hold a directorship of another reporting company.

About Energy Quest

Energy Quest is a diversified energy company with interests in both conventional and renewable energy sources. Its mission is to bring new technologies to bear to enhance existing energy production as well as developing new energy sources. The immediate objective of the company is to secure energy projects using the PyStR and M2 gasifier and the acquisition of existing, profitable Alternate Energy companies. This would provide significant positive cash flow to the company while being an ideal location for development, demonstration, and operation of many of the company's new technologies. This is the first of many new technologies Energy Quest plans to announce and deploy over the coming months that will demonstrate that it is possible for an energy company to be both environmentally friendly and highly profitable.

Energy Quest through its subsidiaries, Syngas International Corp. and Syngas Energy Corp., is an emerging leader in the development and marketing of low-cost alternate fuels worldwide. We believe our superior technology will catapult our company into a GreenPowerhouse™. With energy prices at high levels and the global focus moving rapidly towards addressing pollution, the need for sustainable, zero emission energy is vital. Our technology is based on clean renewable energy. We foresee our company poised to benefit from global trends. http://www.nrgqst.com/

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