SOURCE: US Energy Initiatives Corporation

January 18, 2007 09:30 ET

US Energy Initiatives Forecast the Sale of Over 2,500 Dual-Fuel Systems During 2007

TAMPA, FL -- (MARKET WIRE) -- January 18, 2007 -- US Energy Initiatives Corporation ("US Energy" or the "Company") (OTCBB: USEI), an ISO-9001 certified manufacturer of a patent dual-fuel system, today forecast the sale of over 2,500 dual-fuel systems during 2007. The Company's patent dual-fuel system permits the operator to replace up to 80% of his or her diesel with natural gas.

"This is our low end forecast for the year," said USEI CEO Mark Clancy. "During 2007 we envision a mix along the lines of 60% OEM 40% aftermarket for the deployment of our technology. While a major portion of our forecast relies on our activities in Asia, we are also anticipating domestic programs to contribute in a meaningful manner. Our sales in Asia are tied primarily to the high price differential between diesel and natural gas while our domestic sales are based primarily on improved vehicle emissions. Since the Company was formed in 1996, we have never sold more than 250 systems in any calendar year. This represents a major step forward for our business and we attribute our success to industry recognition and acceptance of our patent, affordable dual-fuel alternative to the high cost and harmful effects of diesel," concluded Mr. Clancy.

About US Energy Initiatives Corporation (OTCBB: USEI)

US Energy, formed in 1996, commercializes a patent dual-fuel diesel to natural gas conversion technology through the automotive aftermarket and through certain original equipment manufacturers. The Company's facilities include a state-of-the-art systems development and testing lab in PeachTree City, Georgia and an ISO-9001 certified manufacturing facility in Tampa, Florida.

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