SOURCE: Lighthouse Petroleum, Inc.

January 27, 2011 09:00 ET

Recent Changes at Lighthouse Petroleum

DALLAS, TX--(Marketwire - January 27, 2011) - (PINKSHEETS: LHPT) Lighthouse Petroleum, Inc. CEO Glen Kennedy comments on the recent changes to the company: "Over the past six months, we have been focused on establishing strong corporate basics, to establish a solid base, Lighthouse has brought in new accountants, attorneys and improved our reporting and disclosure. On the business side, we secured a land lease and a Joint Venture Partner in Paxton Energy for our Brown County property. I believe this first transaction will help reactivate our business plan and we will continue working to improve the company."

Lighthouse's plan for 2011 includes some changes to the capital structure in an effort to minimize our tax liabilities. "Part of my plan to build a strong company is to have the correct capital structure in place," stated CEO Glen Kennedy.

About Lighthouse Petroleum

Lighthouse Petroleum, Inc. is a developing oil and gas company. Lighthouse's business plan centers on acquiring abandoned wells and land leases believed to still have sustainable development opportunities initially focusing on the Permian Basin and Arch-Fort Worth Basin. Management believes the use of modern technology will enable the company to reduce its risk in the initial phase of development and open up new opportunities. Management plans to create a base cash flow from reentering these wells and establishing a network to acquire additional land assets in the targeted areas. Lighthouse's first project is in Brown County, Texas. Lighthouse Petroleum, Inc. is based in Dallas, Texas and trades on the OTC markets under the symbol "LHPT."

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