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G2 Energy’s Masten Unit hits record Oil & Gas Production

Vancouver, British Columbia – November 9, 2023. G2 Energy Corp. (CSE:GTOO, FWB:UD9) (the "Company" or "G2") announced today, that Oil and Gas production has exceeded the original volumes at its wholly owned Masten Unit acquired on June 1, 2023, located in the Permian Basin in Levelland Texas.


The Production Enhancement Plan (“PEP’) as executed by G2’s on the ground team, Oilwell Operators, has brought back over 60/BBLS a day into production since they put “boots on the ground”. This was done with a minimal budget and a focus on simple maintenance procedures neglected by the previous operator. The PEP includes: Calibrating pump outputs, repairing broken lines, gas flowline cleanouts, repairs to electrical systems, and regularly scheduled maintenance.


The record production (OIL & GAS) for the Masten Unit in the month of October was as follows:


OIL - 2181.07 BBLS, GAS - 5323.7 MCF or 3051.69 BOE[1].


The Masten Unit has now stabilized at a new Production baseline of 70.35 BOPD. This represents a 61% increase over the average of the previous operator.


This new baseline will allow G2 to establish a predictable reserve number required to generate a PDP value. (“proved developed producing oil and gas reserves”) This will allow G2 to re-finance with the local Texas bank thereby lowering borrowing costs and increasing the Company’s monthly cash flow. Which will allow G2 to continue bringing wells into optimum production.


The Masten Unit has room for 4 to 6 horizontal wells. The property contingent to the Masten Unit is operating horizontals that historically produced between 300 – 350 Barrels of Oil Equivalent Per Day (“BOEPD”) [1].


Slawek Smulewicz commented: “We are extremely pleased with these results, and we expect this momentum to continue as we complete scheduled workovers and continue implementing proper maintenance procedures. We are just getting started.”


[1] NI51-101/5.14(d): "BOEs may be misleading, particularly if used in isolation. A BOE conversion ratio of 6 Mcf: 1bbl is based on an energy equivalency conversion method primarily applicable at the burner tip and does not represent a value equivalency at the wellhead."


On Behalf of the Board,


“Slawek Smulewicz”

Slawek Smulewicz

CEO


For further information, please contact:

John Costigan

VP Corporate Development


O: +1 604 620 8589

E: jcostigan@g2.energy

W: WWW.G2.ENERGY


About G2 Energy Corp.


G2 is a junior oil and gas producer listed on the CSE exchange. It's primary focus is to acquire and develop additional overlooked, low risk, high return opportunities in the oil and gas sector. G2's strategy is to obtain a portfolio of risk-managed production and development opportunities onshore, U.S.A. In May 2022, G2 acquired the Masten Unit in the Permian Basin, Texas. The Masten Unit is the Company's first producing asset. G2 is targeting top tier projects with operating netbacks and infrastructure facilities which will fast track overall oil and gas production growth. The Canadian Securities Exchange has neither approved nor disapproved the information contained herein.


The Canadian Securities Exchange has neither approved nor disapproved the information contained herein.


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