SOURCE: Knight Energy Corp.

February 21, 2007 12:29 ET

Knight Energy Completes the First Well on Its Lea Property in Stephens County, Texas

ATLANTA, GA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- February 21, 2007 -- Knight Energy Corp. (PINKSHEETS: KNEC) has commenced production on its first well on its recently leased 400-acre property in Stephens County, Texas. The Lea #1 well on this property has been producing quality oil for the past week and has been averaging approximately 100 barrels of oil per day during that same time frame. In addition to the oil production, there is an indication that natural gas is present, and the Company intends to test the well for natural gas. Knight Energy also plans to drill additional wells on the property in the near future.

The Lea property is part of an agreement that includes an option and "right of first refusal" to lease an additional 3,100 acres adjacent to the 400 acres. Knight Energy anticipates that it will exercise the option for the additional 3,100 acres in the near future. If this occurs, the total acres leased will be approximately 3,500. This property is in addition to Knight's original 160-acre lease in Stephens County, TX as well as the recently leased 640-acre parcel in Stephens County, TX and the 1000-acre parcel in Pottawatomie County, Oklahoma. (The 400-acre Lea property was previously discussed in a press release dated November 17, 2006.)

William J. Bosso, Chief Executive Officer of Knight Energy, commented, "We are pleased that Knight Energy has made the transition from being an oil and gas exploration company to also being an oil and gas producer, and is now receiving production revenue. At the same time, we are continuing our previously announced plan of acquiring strategic oil and gas properties for drilling and production."

About Knight Energy Corp.

Knight Energy was formed on March 2, 2006 for the purpose of operating and developing energy related businesses and assets. Also, in March 2006, Knight acquired control of independent oil and gas services company, Charles Hill Drilling, Inc. Charles Hill Drilling also owns a drilling rig and other oil and gas equipment. Through a subsequent transaction, Knight Energy increased its ownership to 100% of Charles Hill Drilling, Inc. Knight Energy is currently managing the drilling rig and using it to drill wells for the Company's account.

Knight Energy is currently reviewing further acquisitions and investments in the oil and gas industry as well as other energy related businesses and assets. Additional information can be found by visiting its website at www.knightenergycorp.com.

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