SOURCE: Stonebridge Resources Exploration, Ltd.

November 28, 2007 11:29 ET

Stonebridge Resources Exploration, Ltd. (SBRX) Plans to Exercise Option to Double Size of Kansas Oil and Gas Lease Properties - Company Expects Oil & Gas Reserves to Double

HOUSTON, TX--(Marketwire - November 28, 2007) - Stonebridge Resources Exploration, Ltd. (PINKSHEETS: SBRX) (S3C: GR), a diversified energy company specializing in the development and acquisition of oil and gas assets, reports that management plans to exercise its option to double the size of the company's existing Kansas located oil and gas lease properties. The option would include properties located in close proximity of the existing oil and gas leases that Stonebridge operates. The existing oil and gas properties possess approximately 19-20 bcf of gas reserves in addition to averaging 80-85 bopd reserves. Stonebridge is confident that based on the similar characteristics of the newly acquired lease properties that reserves for both oil and gas should double to 38-40 bcf and 160-170 bopd respectively. At present the Kansas located properties have 2 million barrels of oil reserves and expect those rates to double to 4 million (approx.) with the newly acquired lease properties. Oil prices reached close to $99 a barrel on Monday due to rising demand and limited supply, the colder weather in the U.S. and Europe, and the weakening U.S. dollar. Natural gas prices hover around the $7-7.50 range with financial analysts expecting rates to be as high as $8.15 by January 2008.

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Stonebridge Resources Exploration, Ltd., is primarily engaged in the acquisition and development of oil and gas assets in continental North America. The company is aggressively implementing a acquisition based model and intends to continue to improve all holdings and enhance production wherever available with new technologies.

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