Enhanced Oil Resources Makes Additions to Staff

The Board of Directors of Enhanced Oil Resources has appointed Mr Jim Skurner as Manager Reservoir Engineering, and Ms Denise Vann as Corporate Accounting manager.

Mr. Skurner holds a Bachelor of Science in Geology from Purdue University and a Master of Science in Petroleum Engineering from Texas A&M University. Mr Skurner has 11 years of experience in the oil industry and most recently spent six years with Kinder Morgan CO2 as a reservoir engineer responsible for development of CO2 assets in Colorado as well as tertiary flood development in the Permian Basin.

Ms. Vann has over 15 Years experience with Major Exploration & Production companies including extensive experience in operational accounting, budgeting and strategic planning. She is a graduate of University of Houston in 1979.

EOR Inc.'s President and CEO Mr. Barry Lasker reports "The Company is very pleased to have Jim and Denise join the team at EOR. Jim's experience in the oil and gas industry and his knowledge of CO2 flood development will greatly help the Company as it executes its plan to become one of the largest enhanced oil recovery (EOR) resource companies in the Country."

Enhanced Oil Resources Inc. is a development stage, enhanced oil recovery (EOR), company that controls approximately 200,000 acres of land within the St Johns Helium/CO2 field in Arizona and New Mexico where the Company is developing what is thought to be the largest undeveloped resource of helium and carbon dioxide gases in North America. Independent engineering firms have estimated that the St Johns field contains approximately 15 trillion cubic feet of in place resources, with a potential recoverable resource of 5 trillion cubic feet. Development of the project could result in the Company becoming one of North America's largest CO2 suppliers and EOR producers. The Company's strategic focus for CO2 delivery and EOR production is the Permian Basin where significant potential exists for enhanced oil recovery from mature, depleted oil fields.