KFGRF - KFG Resources Ltd.

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  1. Hillcrest to connect West Hazel ops to Sask. power grid

    2020-02-05 08:15 MT - News Release

    Mr. Donald Currie reports


    Further to its recent news release dated Jan. 31, 2020, Hillcrest Petroleum Ltd. has provided an update on its operational improvement initiative to increase operational reliability and reduce operating costs by connecting its West Hazel production operations to the Saskatchewan power grid. The process will significantly reduce operating costs and eliminate greenhouse gas emissions from its current diesel/propane power system.

    The Company recently initiated actions with Sask Power to connect its West Hazel oil production operations to Saskatchewan's electricity grid. Connection to the grid involves connecting to nearby main electricity transmission lines and installing necessary electrical equipment to service operational requirements.

    This will transition West Hazel production operations from expensive, greenhouse gas emitting, diesel and propane fuels to clean grid electricity, is expected to deliver additional production from increased operational reliability (e.g. reduced downtime) and reduce direct operating expenses by approximately $8,000 per month, representing approximately a 10% operating cost saving.

    "Since re-starting production from the West Hazel field early last year, we have gained valuable insight into opportunities to add value by optimizing our operations and implementing environmental best practices," commented Don Currie, CEO of Hillcrest Petroleum. "Electrifying the field is the first of a number of value adding field development activities planned to deliver maximum value from our West Hazel assets."

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  2. KFG Operations Update

    NATCHEZ, Miss., Feb. 21, 2020

    NATCHEZ, Miss., Feb. 21, 2020 /CNW/ -- Robert A. Kadane, President of KFG Resources Ltd. reported today that KFG has learned from Hillcrest Petroleum, the Operator at West Hazel in Saskatchewan, Canada, that the property has been put on electricity which will save $10,000 to $12,000 CDN in operating costs/month. The property is producing 115 BOPD out of 3 wells. A fourth well will be recompleted in a shallower virgin oil reservoir in the near future.

    In Wilkinson Co., Miss, the Company's participation in a wildcat well is delayed because of high water in the Mississippi River. The project won't be drillable until after the high water mark in May 2020. KFG is considering it a project to be drilled in the late summer of 2020.

    In Adam, County, MS on the Company's Barnum Lease, the #4 well will be recompleted in a shallower zone as soon as weather permits. KFG owns a 22.5% W.I. (16.9% NRI) in that well.

    The Company is actively looking for new projects in North Texas.

    The Company's common shares are listed on the TSX Venture Exchange, Vancouver, B.C. trading symbol "KFG".

    The TSX Venture Exchange has not reviewed and does not accept responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.

    SOURCE KFG Resources Ltd.

    View original content: http://www.newswire.ca/en/releases/archive/February2020/21/c1263.html


    Robert A. Kadane, President (940) 500-0807, http://www.kfgresources.com

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  3. Cadillac, KFG agree to merge

    2020-11-04 06:15 MT - News Release

    See News Release (C-CDC) Cadillac Ventures Inc (2)

    Mr. Norman Brewster of Cadillac reports


    Cadillac Ventures Inc. and KFG Resources Ltd. have signed a letter of intent to pursue an amalgamation, with the support of both boards, subject to approval by shareholders of each company and TSX Venture Exchange approval. The amalgamation will proceed with an exchange of KFG common shares for Cadillac common shares on a one for one basis.

    The companies believe that the amalgamation will create significant value for both shareholder groups. As such, the boards of directors of both companies have agreed specific terms of the proposed transaction will be determined based on corporate, tax and securities laws, and other considerations. The principals of both Cadillac and KFG will provide support agreements for the transaction.

    Following completion of the amalgamation, Cadillac will proceed to effect a consolidation of its shares, expected to be on a 1:3 basis.

    The directors of KFG wish to thank their shareholders for their support during the downturn of the oil market over the past several years. They believe that the proposed transaction with Cadillac can create a new and more impressive company with diversified assets, cash flows and reduced costs to make the company's oil production more lucrative. Both Mr. Haney and Mr. Grassi approve of the transaction and urge all KFG shareholders to follow suit.

    The directors of Cadillac believe that the cash flow provided by the oil revenue related to this transaction will allow the company to be more effective in the review and acquisition of additional mineral properties. The directors urge Cadillac shareholders to support the transaction.

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