SOURCE: Maverick Energy Group LTD

March 19, 2007 08:30 ET

Maverick Energy Group, LTD Announces the Initial Production From the Drilling of the Third Well in the Big Foot Field

SAN ANTONIO, TX -- (MARKET WIRE) -- March 19, 2007 -- Maverick Energy Group, LTD (PINKSHEETS: MKGP) (Maverick) a member of Z2, LLC (Z2) is pleased to announce the initial production results on the third well drilled which is part of the operations planned by Maverick, as a member of Z2, with funding from the $40,000,000 Advancing Credit Facility which Z2 closed with Gasrock Capital, LLC in August of 2006.

The third well's initial production is averaging 25 Barrels of Equivalent Oil (combined oil and gas production). This is 25% greater than the anticipated production of 20 BOE per day.

In addition, the fourth and fifth wells have been successfully drilled and fractured and have been placed on pump. It is anticipated that initial flow results will be available in the second half of March.

"Maverick is very pleased with the initial production on the three wells and looks forward to continued success on the next wells which have been placed on pump," stated Jim McCabe the CEO of Maverick. "Maverick looks forward to the completion of the second phase of the plan to develop the Big Foot Field with the $40,000,000 Advancing Credit Facility with Gasrock Capital, LLC."

Maverick Energy Group LTD is the Operator of the "Big Foot Field" in Texas originally developed by Royal Dutch Shell (RDS-A). It has approximately 300 production wells in the field of which approximately 240 are presently revenue producing. Maverick is also the part owner of several producing natural gas wells and owns additional natural gas leases in West Virginia. The President of Maverick also serves as Chief Financial Officer of Z2, LLC.

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