SOURCE: Mammoth Energy Group, Inc.

December 13, 2007 06:30 ET

Mammoth Energy Group, Inc. Proudly Announces Removal of Stop Sign

WINSTON-SALEM, NC--(Marketwire - December 13, 2007) - Mammoth Energy Group, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: MMTE) proudly announces that the stop sign that was previously on has currently been removed, and replaced by a yield sign.

"As the company evolves we would like for Mammoth Energy to become a premier oil & gas company," added President Joe Overcash. "This is one of many moves that will position us to achieve our success."

Mammoth Energy has filed the required information with allowing the company to upgrade its status to a yield sign. In doing so this allows its potential investors to feel more secure with the trading of Mammoth Energy Group Inc. stock.

"Mammoth Energy has been striving to become a first rate oil and gas company, we want our shareholders as well as partners and clients to be informed on the progress we make as an emerging company and this is just one step we will be taking for the future of the company," stated President Joe Overcash.

About Mammoth Energy Group, Inc.

Mammoth, through its wholly owned subsidiary, United Gas OK, Inc. is focused on developing shallow gas projects in northeastern Oklahoma due to the low risk, blanket characteristics in the area that make it possible to drill and produce a well nearly every time. It is currently focused on developing its Noble and Kay County properties in Oklahoma that covers approximately 1,400 acres.

More information is available at the company's website at

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