SOURCE: USA Superior Energy, Inc.

December 05, 2007 09:30 ET

Hotshotstocks.com Announces Profile Launch of USA Superior Energy, Inc.

CHICAGO, IL--(Marketwire - December 5, 2007) - Sharon Harkavy, publisher of Hotshotstocks.com, today announced profile coverage of USA Superior Energy, Inc. (OTCBB: USSU). The profile is a comprehensive look at the company. You can view this profile at http://www.hotshotstocks.com/profiles-details_USSU.htm.

About USA Superior Energy, Inc.

USA Superior Energy, Inc. is a small company with excellent potential focusing on applying new technologies to oil field and other industries. Composed of a team of experts in their field, highly qualified with over 200 man-years of oil field experience; from finding to drilling, well completion to operations and production, to problem solving, seasoned with success. Environmentally concerned and responsible, responsive to project needs and specializing in special projects, USA Superior's focus has been on developing and utilizing complimentary technologies; Nitrogen (N2), cased hole horizontal drilling and the XIOM process. Using these technologies independently or in combination to exploit business opportunities.

About Hotshotstocks.com

Hotshotstocks.com publishes profiles on up and coming publicly traded companies. Hotshotstocks.com is positioned to be one of the nation's top Internet destinations for micro and small cap stock information. To feature your company, or to have a Media Kit sent to you, please contact Sharon Harkavy, at 847.971.0545 or email hotshotstocks@aol.com.

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