SOURCE: Magellan Energy Ltd.

April 30, 2007 08:30 ET

Magellan Energy Ltd. Announces Permit From the State of Tennessee

TORONTO -- (MARKET WIRE) -- April 30, 2007 -- MAGELLAN ENERGY LTD. (PINKSHEETS: MGLG) is pleased to announce that the state of Tennessee has issued our permit to deepen the Pemberton # 14 which is located in Morgan County, Tennessee. The issuance of this permit allows Magellan Energy to drill this well to depths greater than 2000 feet.

Magellan has resurveyed the plat and decided the final placement of the well location on the 40 acre property. This location allows for drilling operations of a well that will exceed depths of two thousand feet. "We are excited about the progress to date and our aim is to have a drilling rig on location for this week," said Mr. Akrivos, CEO, of Magellan Energy Ltd.


Magellan Energy Ltd. is a growing and experienced energy company focused on acquiring and partnering with existing producing junior properties in North America. Magellan Energy Ltd. is working to establish itself as a world-class oil and natural gas company, capitalizing on smart acquisitions and having great relations through partnerships.

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