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Falcon Crest Energy, Inc. (FCEN) Prepares to Capitalize on Inherent Advantages of Rocky Ford Field Leasehold

April 13, 2015

Despite minor spikes in recent weeks, crude oil prices continue to hover near their lowest levels since 2009. According to the Houston Chronicle, the low prices have left thousands of wells throughout the United States incomplete, as drilling companies delay construction until crude oil prices return to more financially viable levels.

In large part, these delays are a result of a dependence on unconventional wells, which require modern techniques, including fracking, to achieve oil flow. For these wells, the costs of installing extraction equipment can account for as much as two-thirds of the total drilling expenses, adding significant capital investment to the back-end of drilling procedures that are difficult to justify with oil prices just north of $52 per barrel.

Falcon Crest Energy, Inc. (OTC PINK: FCEN), through its Rocky Ford Field leasehold in Crook County, Wyoming, is in a strong position to prosper despite lower oil costs.

“What makes this play [in Rocky Ford Field] particularly attractive is that the drilling depths on this play are shallow (less than 300M) making it very low cost to both explore and develop,” stated Patrick Johnson, Chief Executive Officer of Falcon Crest.

Conventional oil wells, such as those planned for the company’s leasehold, are increasingly attractive for those in the oil and gas industry because drilling expenses account for nearly all of the costs associated with well development. As the drilling of unconventional wells begins to slow down or halt as a result of the drop in oil prices, experts expect rising demand to drive a rebound for the oil market in the future.

“We believe we can do very well even at $50 oil, and believe the markets will soon be turning to these kinds of conventional non-shale, non-fracking opportunities,” continued Johnson.

A 100 percent working interest in its Rocky Ford Field leasehold gives Falcon Crest maximum flexibility in terms of the exploration and development of the property. As the company continues towards completion of its development strategy, it is expected Falcon Crest will carve out a sustainable niche in the evolving oil and gas industry. With industry experts forecasting a second oil boom for the state of Wyoming in the coming years, the future appears to be bright for shareholders of this development stage oil and gas exploration and production company. Johnson echoed this excitement in one of the company’s recent press releases.

“Falcon Crest is strongly positioned in the right place and at the right time. We’re excited to have an established presence in such a high-interest region offering such incredible opportunity.”

For more information on the company, visit www.FalconCrestEnergy.com.

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Falcon Crest Energy (FCEN) Maintains Focus on Wyoming’s Oil-Rich Potential

April 8, 2015

Falcon Crest Energy is a development stage oil and gas exploration and production company focused on developing properties in North America, including its Rocky Ford Field leasehold in Crook County of northeastern Wyoming.

Specific to this property, Falcon Crest in September 2014 leased federal lands from the U.S. Bureau of Land Management and initially retained a 75% working interest in 584.78 acres; the company acquired the remaining working interest in February 2015.

Falcon Crest also has its eye on the Powder River Basin in Wyoming where state and industry experts forecast a “second oil boom.” The area’s oil prospects, which were once deemed unreachable, are getting the attention of major energy companies that recognize the potential of the basin’s tight formations. Thanks to advances in drilling technology, these untapped reserves are now approachable.

Managed by a group of professionals with diverse yet relevant experience, Falcon Crest seeks to generate substantial revenues in the short-term and long-term future. Under this leadership, Falcon Crest continues to pursue low-risk, high-upside properties that boast substantial exploration potential. Through improvements in oil and gas production technologies, Falcon Crest Energy aims to utilize strategic acquisitions and joint-ventures to rapidly increase and maximize production levels and generate predictable, sustainable value.

For more information, visit www.FalconCrestEnergy.com.

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Falcon Crest Energy, Inc. (FCEN) Looks to Leverage Presence in Rocky Ford Field

April 1, 2015

As experts continue to predict a second oil boom in Wyoming, Falcon Crest Energy, Inc. (OTC: FCEN), which has a significant leasehold in the state, has affirmed an optimistic outlook towards its strategic position.

In February, the company announced that it had acquired a 100 percent working interest in the Rocky Ford Field region of Crook County, Wyoming. In addition to being located in one of the country’s most active oil production areas, Falcon Crest has also expressed confidence regarding the shallow drilling depths required to explore and develop the leasehold. As oil prices hover near six-year lows, Falcon Crest appears to be well positioned to benefit from the region’s low exploration and development costs.

With experts likening the oil production potential in Wyoming to that currently being experienced in North Dakota, the possibility for a rapid increase in production capacity for Falcon Crest is extremely promising. As the company continues towards completion of its exploration plan for the region, look for advances in drilling technology to unlock plays that were once deemed unreachable.

The Powder River Basin leasehold has strategically positioned Falcon Crest to minimize exploration risks while maximizing production capacity and subsequent profits. According to the Petroleum Association of Wyoming, crude oil production rose over 20 percent in 2013, and the production boom has shown signs of continuing. As of early 2013, Wyoming was ranked sixth in the nation in terms of proven crude oil reserves with over 700 million barrels.

“We believe that with increasing interest factors regarding the vast potential in the Powder River Basin, Falcon Crest is strongly position in the right place and at the right time,” stated Patrick Johnson, Chief Executive Officer of Falcon Crest.

Look for Falcon Crest to leverage its established presence in the high-interest region to drive significant growth opportunities for the foreseeable future. As the area’s untapped oil prospects continue to attract significant attention from industry analysts, the company appears primed for substantial increases in production and revenue over the coming years.

For more information on the company, visit www.FalconCrestEnergy.com.

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Falcon Crest Energy (FCEN) Shallow Targets & Promise of Conventional Oil Production in Powder River Basin Extremely Attractive Amid Price Slump

March 25, 2015

Development-stage oil and gas E&P, Falcon Crest Energy, successfully bought up the last of the Rocky Ford Oil Field (Crook County) working interest in Wyoming’s Powder River Basin (PRB) last month and thereby achieved a 100% WI in the 584.78-acre oil patch on the eastern edge of the PRB. Crook County is right up there when it comes to oil production in the state, with 102k bbls in November 2014 according to DrillingEdge, alongside counties like Fremont County, where some of the state’s top producing wells are and where over 312k bbls of oil were pumped out in the same month last year. Several of the state’s top oil producers, like Anadarko (NYSE: APC) 709k bbls in November, EOG Resources (NYSE: EOG) 587k bbls and Marathon Oil (NYSE: MRO) 590k bbls, continue to be bullish about their ability to unlock the vast oil and gas reserves within the PRB, despite WTI hovering somewhere under the $48 mark as of late March 2015.

Despite declining rig counts due to the slump in oil prices, the PRB continues to be one of the most attractive domestic plays and saw 78k bbls/day production numbers last year (EIA), having produced 19% more oil for the year than in 2013, with some 75 million barrels in all. Roughly the same amount of gas (around 2 trillion cubic feet) was produced last year in the state as in 2013 and exit data for the month of November 2014 showed roughly 6.4 million bbls of oil and 161 million MCF of gas were produced from over 32.3k currently-producing wells during the month. The underexploited acreage FCEN is exploring to the east of Moorcroft, on the eastern edge of the PRB, is particularly attractive compared to some of the other targets in the state, due primarily to the shallow target depths of under 1k feet. CEO of FCEN, Patrick Johnson, went on record in February this year, even after January’s lows of around $47/bbl, saying that Falcon Crest could “do very well, even at $50 oil.”

The exceptional project economics at Rocky Ford, where the all-in costs for exploration and development are very low, are exactly the kind of projects the industry is hungry for amid falling spot prices. Johnson is confident that such conventional, non-shale, non-fracking opportunities as the ones available at Rocky Ford present the kind of premium metrics contemporary oil investors are looking for. Regional development has been immense as well, creating a nice logistical backdrop for the company and with daily production in the state having risen by as much as half over the past five years (EIA), all that high-velocity development muscle and capital has to increasingly go somewhere other than the more costly projects with deeper targets.

Falcon Crest is in a good position here to attract larger sector players who are looking to shore up their production budgets during the price downturn cycle and the company could even pull in attention from over-developed plays like the Bakken in North Dakota. There are a small handful of underdeveloped conventional target formations left in the PRB and much of the more recent activity has been focused squarely on the costly tight formations. Stack this reality up against factors like the move by major sector player (and the second largest natural gas producer in the country) late last year, Chesapeake Energy (NYSE: CHK), where they swapped for some key oil production acreage (net acquisition of 66k acres from private E&P company RKI) in the PRB and paid a $450 million bonus on top to seal the deal, and you have a clear testament to the underlying dynamics at play in the PRB. Moreover, CEO of CHK, Doug Lawler made it clear that Chesapeake was bullish about the PRB’s oil potential and sees the basin as a “major oil growth engine for the company.”

The Chesapeake deal didn’t look too hot to some analysts, especially considering the big chunk of cash CHK handed over, but savvy investors will understand what Chesapeake already knows, especially after the company put in a 9.6k foot horizontal well in the Niobrara prior to the RKI deal, expending only 32 days of development time, for a super cheap cost of only $5 million. Namely, drilling costs in the PRB can be extremely attractive and have fallen considerably. This kind of external activity within the state has Falcon Crest excited about their shallow targets and the potential to do conventional oil production from them at low cost.

Investors will want to take a closer look at the company by visiting: www.FalconCrestEnergy.com.

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Falcon Crest Energy, Inc. (FCEN) Nears Completion of Exploration Plan for Rocky Ford Field Play

March 19, 2015

As Falcon Crest Energy nears completion of the development of its exploration plan for its working interest in Rocky Ford Field, the company is preparing to make big waves in one of the most active oil and gas drilling regions on the planet.

Falcon Crest leased the property, which is located in Crook County, Wyoming, from the United States government in September 2014. In early February, the company announced that it had secured a 100 percent working interest in the pivotal land package. Big expectations for the property have both executives of the developmental stage oil and gas company and investors excited for Falcon Crest’s short-term growth potential, and industry statistics seem to validate their optimism.

Ranging from Southern Canada to Northern Wyoming, the Bakken formation has been the site of an unprecedented oil boom in recent years. Since 2009, the number of producing wells in the region has grown by over 1000 percent, according to official reports from the North Dakota State Government. Falcon Crest’s working interest, which lies on the outskirts of the Bakken formation, could be among the most profitable of all drilling locations in the area.

Unlike the majority of Bakken oil deposits, which require complicated and expensive drilling techniques, the outlook for Falcon Crest’s play remains promising, even in the face of lower oil prices. According to Patrick Johnson, Chief Executive Officer of Falcon Crest, the company’s play has shallow drilling depths, making it a safe option to explore even with decreasing market costs.

“We believe we can do very well even at $50 oil,” stated Johnson, “and believe the markets will soon be turning to these kinds of conventional non-shale, non-fracking opportunities.”

Falcon Crest is in a strong position to capitalize on falling oil prices, as experts in the industry predict a shift back towards more conventional drilling locations in order to cut down on production costs. As the company continues working in line with its strategy to maximize its production capacity, expect Falcon Crest to make major leaps in the oil and gas industry in the coming years.

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Falcon Crest Energy (FCEN) Business Model Strategically Working through Volatile Price Period for Oil and Gas

March 11, 2015

Falcon Crest Energy, a development stage oil and gas exploration and production company, has a clear cut strategy for maneuvering through a volatile period in the energy sector and leverages the Rocky Ford Field in Crook County, Wyoming, for home field advantage.

Through its agreement to lease federal lands from the United States Bureau of Land Management in the fall of last year, FCEN kept a 75% working interest in 585 acres in Rocky Ford Field in the northeast corner of the state, but turned the remaining working interest holders into a royalty position.

Chief Executive Officer, Patrick Johnson, commented, “Having a 100% working interest in the land package gives us maximum flexibility in terms of exploring and developing the project. We are just finishing up our exploration plan and hope to be making some announcements in this regard in the very near future. What makes this play particularly attractive is that the drilling depths on this play are shallow (less than 300M) making it very low cost to both explore and develop. We believe we can do very well even at $50 oil, and believe the markets will soon be turning to these kinds of conventional non-shale, non-fracking opportunities.”

With the decline in oil prices recently, supply is clearly outpacing demand around the world. As prices begin to tickle record lows, conventional non-shale, non-fracking plays are expected to make a comeback as companies work to meet requisite production cost goals. Falcon Crest’s working interest in Crook County, Wyoming, has keenly positioned itself to capitalize on what could turn out to be a paradigm shift in how oil is produced around the world for decades to come.

Falcon Crest Energy is focused on developing properties in the US and Canada. The company, by design, works at minimizing the risk of exploration through development of proved petroleum reserves. In addition, FCEN plans to maximize profit through strategic acquisitions of selected oil and gas properties. With technological advances in oil and gas production, FCEN endeavors to increase production levels and generate predictable, sustainable value for shareholders.

For more information on the company, visit www.FalconCrestEnergy.com.

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Falcon Crest Energy, Inc. (FCEN) on Track to Profit Despite Recent Decline in Oil Prices

March 4, 2015

Falcon Crest Energy, through its working interest in the Rocky Ford Field region of Wyoming, is exploring and developing a plan to maximize profits as the worldwide oil market experiences slumping costs. Expensive production methods, including horizontal drilling techniques and fracking, have put major oil companies in a difficult position as oil prices approach $50 per barrel, but Falcon Crest is optimistic about the future development of its leasehold in Crook County, Wyoming.

“What makes this play particularly attractive is that the drilling depths on this play are shallow,” stated Patrick Johnson, CEO of Falcon Crest. The company has predicted that, even at $50 oil prices, the area’s shallow reserves make profitability a distinct probability.

According to a report from Oil and Gas Monitor, the costs associated with producing oil from shale plays or fracking are much higher than those required to develop a conventional well for a variety of reasons. The simple explanation, however, is that deeper wells are significantly more expensive to drill. Falcon Crest’s leasehold has plays at depths of less than 300 meters, making development and oil production a much less costly endeavor.

The price of oil has been on a steady decline in recent months, as supplies have exceeded demand in many markets around the globe. As prices reach record lows, conventional non-shale, non-fracking plays are expected to make a major comeback as companies scramble to meet requisite production cost goals. Through its working interest in Crook County, Wyoming, Falcon Crest has positioned itself well to capitalize on the possible evolution of global oil production methods.

Unlike other areas, such as the Bakken formation, which has been home to a production boom for over a decade, the company’s leasehold provides the potential for profitability despite slumping costs. “[We] believe the markets will soon be turning to these kinds of conventional non-shale, non-fracking opportunities,” Johnson continued.

If industry analysts are correct and the global oil production market does take a turn back towards conventional drilling methods in order to cut costs, Falcon Crest will be in a great position to capitalize through the development of the company’s recently announced 100 percent working interest in its Wyoming leasehold.

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Falcon Crest Energy, Inc. (FCEN) Eyes Growing Oil & Gas Opportunities in Powder River Basin

February 26, 2015

Falcon Crest Energy strategizes to minimize risks associated with oil and gas exploration by developing proved petroleum reserves in North America. At the same time, the development-stage exploration and development company strives to maximize profit by strategically acquiring and liquidating selected oil and gas properties.

Complementary to these objectives, Falcon Crest’s approach is to utilize advanced oil and gas production technologies to rapidly increase production levels and generate predictable, sustainable value. On course with this plan, the company recently acquired the remaining 25% of, and now currently owns a 100% working interest in, nearly 585 acres in Crook County, Wyoming.

By acquiring the remaining interest in the leasehold, Falcon Crest has maximum flexibility in terms of exploring and developing the project. With exploration of the leasehold in its final stages, Falcon Crest is now focused on what makes the play particularly attractive, namely shallow drilling depths of less than 300 meters.

The company’s broader focus on the Powder River Basin is validated by industry forecasts that the state of Wyoming is on the verge of a second oil boom. Falcon Crest, as well as major energy companies and industry analysts, recognize the tremendous untapped potential of the Powder River Basin’s conventional and tight formations and are gearing up for action.

By steadily increasing its interests in the Powder River Basin, Falcon Crest plans to be an active part of the opportunistic, highly anticipated drilling frenzy in Wyoming.

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Falcon Crest Energy, Inc. (FCEN) Secures Full Working Interest in Rocky Ford Field Leasehold

February 18, 2015

Falcon Crest Energy, Inc. recently announced that it had attained 100% working interest in nearly 600 acres of land in Rocky Ford Field, Crook County, Wyoming. While the company initially retained a 75% working interest after leasing the land from the United States Bureau of Land Management in September 2014, the acquisition of the remaining interest opens the door for increased flexibility as exploration and development projects prepare to get underway.

Located in the resource-rich Powder River Basin, the company’s leasehold strategically positions it to capitalize on what experts are forecasting as a potential oil boom. The company is particularly optimistic about the depth at which reserves are likely located.

“What makes this play particularly attractive is that the drilling depths on this play are shallow (less than 300M) making it very low cost to both explore and develop,” stated Patrick Johnson, Chief Executive Officer of Falcon Crest.

Recent advances in horizontal drilling technology have opened the door for previously unreachable oil deposits throughout the Powder River Basin region. With the recent slump in oil prices in mind, the market could be ready for a turn away from unconventionally drilled oil deposits, including sites that require fracking or shale oil production, in order to cut down on rising production costs.

“We believe we can do very well even at $50 oil,” Johnson continued, “and believe the markets will soon be turning to these kinds of conventional non-shale, non-fracking opportunities.”

Northeastern Wyoming’s oil drilling has been in the midst of tremendous growth over the past decade. According to reports from the U.S. Energy Information Administration, daily production saw a boost of nearly 50 percent in the past five years, and the rapid growth is expected to continue for the foreseeable future. Falcon Crest’s working interest in the area puts the company in a strong strategic position to capitalize on the region’s continuing growth.

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Falcon Crest Energy, Inc. (FCEN) Acquires Remaining Interest in Rocky Ford Field

February 9, 2015

Falcon Crest Energy, a development stage oil and gas exploration and production company, has announced its acquisition of the remaining working interest in recently acquired leasehold Rocky Ford Field in Crook County, Wyoming.

Previously, Falcon Crest Energy leased federal lands from the United States Bureau of Land Management in September 2014. The Company originally retained a 75% working interest in approximately 585 acres in Rocky Ford Field, but turned the remaining working interest holders into a royalty position.

Mr. Patrick Johnson, Chief Executive Officer of the company, commented, “Having a 100% working interest in the land package gives us maximum flexibility in terms of exploring and developing the project. We are just finishing up our exploration plan and hope to be making some announcements in this regard in the very near future. What makes this play particularly attractive is that the drilling depths on this play are shallow (less than 300M) making it very low cost to both explore and develop. We believe we can do very well even at $50 oil, and believe the markets will soon be turning to these kinds of conventional non-shale, non-fracking opportunities.”

Falcon Crest is a development stage oil and gas exploration and production company whose efforts and resources are centered on developing properties in North America. Falcon Crest Energy’s underlying plan is to minimize the risk of exploration through development of proved petroleum reserves. This in turn enables the company to maximize profit through strategic acquisition and liquidation of selected oil and gas properties. Falcon Crest Energy aims to focus on acquiring low risk properties with high upside that are connected to high exploration potential. By way of improvements in oil and gas production technologies, FCEN looks to rapidly increase production levels and generate predictable, sustainable value. Keeping to clearly defined strategy, the company is focused entirely on acquisitions and joint ventures to maximize production capacity.

For more information, visit www.FalconCrestEnergy.com.

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Falcon Crest Energy, Inc. (FCEN) Working to Unleash the Oil Production Potential of the Powder River Basin

February 4, 2015

Located in Northeast Wyoming, the Powder River Basin is being forecasted as part of a potential oil boom, thanks to the area’s largely untapped oil prospects. As major energy companies become increasingly interested in the region, industry analysts are nearly unanimous in recognizing the tremendous potential of the basin’s conventional and tight formations. Once deemed unreachable, the reserves of the area’s tight formations have recently been unlocked as a result of major improvements in drilling technologies.

Falcon Crest Energy, Inc. (OTC: FCEN), a development stage oil and gas exploration and production company, has strategically positioned itself to capitalize on the Powder River Basin’s potential through its 75% working interest in nearly 600 acres of oil-rich property in the region. Using newly developed techniques, the company has played a part in the region’s recent boom in oil production, which rose from 38,000 barrels per day in 2009 to 78,000 barrels per day in 2014, according to a report from the U.S. Energy Information Administration.

While the presence of oil in the Powder River Basin region has long been acknowledged, operators have been forced to bypass its primary rock formations for decades as a result of inferior drilling techniques. Now, thanks to the availability of better drill bits, advances in horizontal drilling technology, improved seismic mapping and hydraulic fracking practices required to achieve adequate flow rates, the region’s massive potential has experts on the edges of their seats.

Patrick Johnson, chief executive officer of Falcon Crest, eluded to the company’s strong strategic position in a recent press release. “We’re excited to have an established presence in such a high-interest region offering such incredible opportunity,” he stated. “We believe that with increasing interest factors regarding the vast potential in the Powder River Basin, Falcon Crest is strongly positioned in the right place and at the right time.”

Falcon Crest is currently seeking to rapidly increase production levels through improvements in oil and gas production technologies. Through the use of acquisitions and joint-ventures, the company adheres to a clearly defined strategy designed to maximize production capacity while generating predictable, sustainable value for its investors.

For more information on the company, visit www.FalconCrestEnergy.com.

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Falcon Crest Energy, Inc. (FCEN) Ready for Wyoming Oil Boom

January 29, 2015

There is little question that the Bakken oil shale play in North Dakota is making a large impact on world oil prices. Horizontal drilling and fracking efforts started several years ago have finally begun to bear fruit in adding significant amounts of oil to the global commodity market, which in the short-term is pinching the economies of several OPEC-member nations.

Energy independence is within reach, and the U.S. will move further toward achieving that goal as several plays in Wyoming begin producing oil supply through horizontal drilling and fracking techniques similar to those employed in North Dakota.

Falcon Crest Energy is a top development-stage oil and gas company perched in the Powder River Basin of Wyoming, which analysts believe is a powderkeg of energy supply due to explode with the first extractions in 2015.

Falcon Crest has a 75-percent interest in about 600 acres in the Powder River Basin, which is expected to be drilled early in 2015 with the first supplies of oil heading to refineries by early 2016. As is a development-stage company, Falcon Crest is expected to lead the initial development of the Powder River Basin area, and the current timetable suggests that Falcon Crest is positioned to reap rewards from its 600-acre stake in the near future.

The Powder River Basin is not a new play – oil drilling and exploration in the area date back to the 1890s. The region has an oil-rich history, but the technology of the past rendered much of the oil unattainable. Technological advances over the last 30 to 40 years has changed that and have sparked renewed interest in the basin. Thanks to these new technologies, accessible oil reserves are expected to be much greater than first believed, which means Falcon Crest is positioned for tremendous financial growth.

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Falcon Crest Energy, Inc. (FCEN) Looks to Ride Wave of Increased Production in Powder River Basin Region

January 23, 2015

Since 1889, the Powder River Basin region of Wyoming has been a valuable resource for oil pioneers, with production levels experiencing waves of increased productivity for more than a century. In 1978, a reported 58 million barrels of oil were pumped from the region before a lack of drilling technology led to a prolonged drop, but that’s recently come to an end. Since 2010, production totals have been on the rise, and that’s good news for development stage oil and gas exploration and production company Falcon Crest Energy, Inc. (OTC: FCEN).

Falcon Crest Energy owns a 75% working interest in nearly 600 acres of oil-rich property in Crook County, Wyoming. Through a specialized plan to minimize risk, the company develops proven petroleum reserves, and, using improved oil and gas production technologies, works toward maximized profit, increased production levels and sustainable value. With expert forecasts for the Powder River Basin area now predicting a new oil boom, Falcon Crest has positioned itself to capitalize on increasing interest in the region.

In a recent press release, Patrick Johnson, chief executive officer of Falcon Crest, noted the company’s increasingly strong positioning, with an established presence in the right place, at the right time. With its massive amounts of untapped oil prospects, industry experts are beginning to liken the drilling potential in Wyoming to that of previous oil booms, such as the one that occurred in the Bakken Shale formation of North Dakota near the turn of the century.

According to U.S. Energy Information Administration reports, the Niobrara oil production region, of which the Powder River Basin is a part, is projected to be the fourth most productive region in the country throughout the first quarter of 2015 with over 385,000 barrels of oil produced per day, but production is primed to ramp up in the near future with new horizontal drilling and hydraulic fracturing techniques in play. With major energy companies and industry analysts continuing to recognize the tremendous potential of the basin and advances in drilling technology unlocking previously unreachable oil deposits, Falcon Crest Energy appears to be in a great position to capitalize on the country’s next big oil boom.

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Falcon Crest Energy Inc. (FCEN) Committed to Growth by Way of Wyoming’s Powder River Basin

January 16, 2015

Falcon Crest Energy is uniquely aware The Powder River Basin is a critical region for oil production in Wyoming. This statistic is supported by industry insiders who say region is poised to produce a second oil boom. While it may not be as large as “boom No.1” which produced approximately 160 million barrels in 1970, oil production increases have been consistently steady since 2009. What’s notable is that current production is up 12 percent from 2009, with over 57.5 million barrels of oil produced in 2012.

Oil production in the Powder River Basin is derived primarily from the Cretaceous age Frontier Formation, the Shannon and Sussex sandstone members of the Cody Shale, and the Mesaverde Formation. Oil shows were previously noted when drilling through these formations to the deeper conventional Tensleep Sandstone oil reservoirs. While this was occurring the shows could not be quantified to attract the investment needed for economic development. Recent technological advancements, such as lengthy horizontal wells, multi-lateral completions and multi-stage hydraulic fracturing, are enabling economic production of oil from these formations.

In the middle of this promising regional activity is Falcon Crest Energy. FCEN is a development stage company committed to building shareholder value in oil and gas exploration and production. Most notably, FCEN owns significant leasehold rights in the northeast corner of the state where the Powder River Basin is situated. In its agreement with the US Bureau of Land Management, the company holds a 75% working interest in 585 acres of federal land within the Powder River Basin and is active in executing a business strategy which shows promise for growth within the oil and gas market in North American.

Falcon Crest’s management is committed more than ever to building a leading exploration and production company through allocating resources to meet the trending demand for reliable energy. With several pending acquisitions on the drawing board, Falcon Crest continues to look for opportunities to add private leasehold rights to the federal lands being leased.

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Falcon Crest Energy, Inc. (FCEN) Staking Its Claim in the Powder River Powderkeg

January 8, 2015

If domestic energy analysts or enthusiasts want to find the next North Dakota, it could very well be in the Powder River Basin of northeastern Wyoming. Like the Bakken shale play in North Dakota has brought about a modern oil boom not seen in the Plains, surveys and analyses seem to point to the Powder River Basin as the next spot for a new oil boom that can transform a state’s economic fortunes.

Falcon Crest Energy, Inc. (OTC: FCEN), a development-stage oil and gas exploration and production firm, is staking much of its operations on the oil powderkeg that is the Powder River Basin and is looking to be at the forefront when the powderkeg goes off and the entire economic landscape of Wyoming is transformed.

The Powder River Basin has had great potential for years, but much of it was ahead of its time. But with advances in technology in recent decades, including fracking and horizontal drilling, many industry experts believe that the time is ripe for Powder River to begin to achieve much of its unrealized potential. Falcon Crest Energy has been working hard to establish exploratory stakes all throughout the Powder River Basin with the expectation of being among the first to engage in full-scale exploration and production of the area for oil and natural gas.

There is an estimate that Powder River may have the potential economic impact on Wyoming that the Bakken play has had on North Dakota, which has seen economic growth more than five times the national average, with an annualized growth of 13 percent (the U.S. economy is currently growing at about 2.5 percent). If the estimates are anywhere close to that, Falcon Crest Energy has the stakes in place and would be poised to see some of that growth in its bottom line moving forward through 2015 and beyond.

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Falcon Crest Energy, Inc. (FCEN) Delivers Additional Assurances for Potential in Wyoming’s Powder River Basin

December 23, 2014

Falcon Crest Energy, a development stage oil and gas exploration and production company, continues to provide optimistic assurances today with respect to its current position and outlook for potential at and within the Powder River Basin.

The Powder River Basin is located in the northeast corner of the state of Wyoming – a state many industry insiders feel is on the verge of a second oil boom. The area’s untapped oil resources have been attracting the interest of major energy companies with further interest being supplied by industry analysts that recognize the potential of the basin’s conventional and tight formations. Advances in drilling technology have made many oil plays that were once determined to be out of reach, accessible. By many accounts, it now seems the broad landscape of the basin has become an area possessing unprecedented potential.

Industry experts report that they see Wyoming’s potential to be analogous to that of North Dakota’s. The engine driving the North Dakota’s oil boom is a surge in oil production from the Bakken Shale, an underground rock formation in the northwestern part of the state. With North Dakota’s current economic growth rate at 13.4%, it easily outpaces the average U.S. rate of 2.5%.

The company’s business model is geared to capitalize on its position in the Powder River Basin through the development of proven petroleum reserves while maximizing profit through strategic acquisition and liquidation of some of its oil and gas properties.

Patrick Johnson, CEO of Falcon Crest, commented, “We believe that with increasing interest factors regarding the vast potential in the Powder River Basin, Falcon Crest is strongly positioned in the right place and at the right time. We’re excited to have an established presence in such a high-interest region offering such incredible opportunity.”

Falcon Crest Energy is a development stage oil and gas exploration and production company whose efforts are aimed at developing properties in North America. FCEN focusses on acquiring low risk, high upside properties coupled with substantial exploration potential. Through improvements in oil and gas production technologies, Falcon Crest is looks to increase production levels and generate predictable and sustainable value for its shareholders.

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Falcon Crest Energy (FCEN) Setting Up the Field for Success in Wyoming’s Thriving Powder River Basin

December 19, 2014

The advent of newer petroleum recovery technologies has substantially revitalized the Powder River Basin (PRB), which is a 43k square mile region primarily located in northeastern Wyoming and which has historically been a major source of coal for the U.S., as well as a minor source of oil and gas production. Just in the last handful of years, substantial production output has been made possible from a number of the underlying formations in the PRB that had hitherto gone largely untapped, with 2009 basically marking the kick off of a run of unprecedented production increases, with overall output up about 23% over the interval through early 2014 (EIA).

Major advances in output from the Niobrara-Codell, Parkman and Turner formations have led the charge with over 590 wells being drilled in the last five years, and according to the latest Baker-Hughes compiled data from RigCount, there are currently 58 rigs operating across Wyoming, with the vast majority in the PRB. The RigCount data on well starts for Wyoming is similarly bullish, with numbers climbing through early 2014 to hit an average stride of around 100 per month by mid-year, totaling out just over 1k for the full year, without even counting December. Overall the PRB did record numbers last year at around 30M barrels, a 76% jump over 2009 figures, with 2014 shaping up to be another banner year.

The PRB is so hot for oil and gas right now in fact, thanks to the proliferation of shale extraction technology, that natural gas liquids (NGL) offtake infrastructure is seeing major expansion, with Meritage Midstream announcing recently that they are now in a position to begin operations on the first leg of their Thunder Creek NGL Pipeline in early January of 2015. The new pipeline leg will pair up 22 miles of new infrastructure with Phillips 66’s (NYSE: PSX) existing 86 miles of pipe via a long-term lease and is intended to bring improved market throughput to PRB operators, basically trying to put a handle on all the production coming out of the region. The new system will support around 15k bbls/day initially, doubling to around 30k bbls/day as shipper demand increases and producers find the enhanced readiness of market access, as well as improved netback (revenue per oil unit minus the cost of bringing that unit to market), beneficial to their bottom lines and subsequently flock in ever greater numbers.

This new pipeline announcement by Meritage comes fast on the heels of having brought their new natural gas processing plant, located in Campbell County and known as the 50 Buttes facility, online just two months prior. This plant is in the heart of the PRB near Gillette and will have a projected processing capacity of around 140 MMcf/d by late next year, but also has the total upper-limit capacity to handle over twice that figure, having been designed in anticipation of growing production from the region through 2015 and beyond. This plant is already well-supported by long-term acreage commitments from some of the biggest producers in the PRB, and the 50 Buttes facility, as well as the new pipeline infrastructure, paints a very clear picture of the future of the region.

A little further east from Gillette, up Interstate 90 past Sundance, is the roughly 585-acre patch leasehold recently acquired (75%WI) from the BLM by Falcon Crest Energy (OTC: FCEN). Intended as the first of several more acquisitions by this development-stage oil and gas producer, including private leasehold rights that will be added to these federal lands, FCEN’s Rocky Ford prospect in Crook County is on the eastern edge of some sizeable late Cenozoic era alluvial and terrace deposits, according to the company’s analysis of USGS data.

This eastern portion of the PRB is largely underdeveloped despite historical wildcatting and the company is currently playing their cards close to their chest for competitive reasons, remaining tight-lipped about other acquisition targets under their reticule since having announced the Rocky Ford acreage leasehold acquisition in late August. Nevertheless, the company subsequently tapped 35-year industry veteran geologist, Michael Cvetanovic, for their advisory council the following month, looking to employ his extensive experience in play analysis, petroleum system evaluation and prospect generation across multiple continents/terrains, to help develop their growing footprint in Wyoming’s PRB.

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Falcon Crest Energy (FCEN) Focused on Proven Petroleum Reserves in North American

December 12, 2014

It has been commonly said that there is no energy without resources and the task to discover and develop such resources is a daunting yet vital task for the world’s economy. Fortunately there are companies who thrive in the space – deploying high levels of expertise and technical know-how that in turn are responsible for delivering the quality of life so many of us enjoy.

Falcon Crest Energy is one such company working to make these notable and necessary contributions within the oil and gas industry. With its efforts centered within the oil and gas exploration and production arena, FCEN currently is focused on developing properties and opportunities in North America.

The company is not shy about being laser focused on the effectiveness and efficiencies of its operations. The company is executing a strategy to maximize its production capacity by focusing on acquisitions and joint ventures. These plans subsequently maximize its profits through the strategic acquisition and liquidation of select oil and gas properties. As a result, Falcon Crest looks to increase production levels and thereby create shareholder value by leveraging the latest improvements in oil and gas production technologies. Falcon Crest works to reduce the inherent risk that comes with all oil and gas exploration activity by developing proven petroleum reserves.

Formed in 2006 by Panther Energy, the company’s name transitioned to Falcon Crest Energy in the summer of 2014. The company now has a number of notable partners—C. K. Adams, L & J Operating and Pacer Energy—consulting for the business.

C. K. Adams is a professional engineer. Since the mid 1970’s Adams has specialized in petroleum engineering from Casper, Wyoming and adds experience and expertise to Falcon Crest Energy. Pacer Energy has made its name as a prominent lease acquisition and title opinion company in Gillette, Wyoming.

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Falcon Crest Energy, Inc. (FCEN) Gains Interest in Wyoming’s Powder River Basin

December 3, 2014

Falcon Crest Energy may be under the radar for now, but it is ready for a large development play in one of the more fertile fossil-fuel locations in North America, known as the Powder River Basin in Wyoming.

The company recently acquired leasehold on about 585 acres of land in the Powder River Basin from the U.S. Bureau of Land Management. Falcon Crest now has a 75-percent interest in the land and will soon be working on developing the area with updated technology in order to extract more oil and gas from a play that already has a long-running reputation in oil, gas and coal deposits in the region.

While Falcon Crest Energy is developing the Powder River Basin play, it is also seeking new land lease acquisitions in the area to expand its reach in hopes of developing more low-risk, high-profit-reward developments in the area.

From the work that Falcon Crest Energy has undertaken with the Powder River Basin, the company seems to be sticking to its very specific mission of being generally conservative in developing well-established energy plays to provide maximum value and return for the company and its shareholders. Coupled with a recent announcement of the development of a Bakken-to-Cushing pipeline that would pick up Power River Basin oil en route to Oklahoma refineries, there is some momentum building behind Falcon Crest Energy and its continued fracking development work to extract even more oil and gas reserves from an already established fertile ground.

Reports from the state showed that crude production in Wyoming overall has been up as much as 15 percent year-over-year from 2013, which shows that while there are well-developed and established plays in the state, companies like Falcon Crest Energy are still producing opportunities due to horizontal drilling and fracking technologies that have opened up new reserves.

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Falcon Crest Energy, Inc. (FCEN) Clearly Defined Acquisition Strategy Focused on Proved Reserves in Wyoming’s Powder River Basin

November 25, 2014

Oil seeps along the western edge of the Black Hills region are documented stretching back to the turn of the century, when there were oil booms around Moorcroft, Wyoming, up in the northeastern part of the state, Crook County, which is today known to be the eastern lip of the Powder River Basin (PRB). Moorcroft is right on the edge of the eastern half of the most prolific coalfield in the entire U.S., the Gillette coalfield, the home of some of the biggest low-sulfur sub-bituminous coal deposits on earth. This same territory that has long been known for rich, high grade coal deposits, as well as much older, proven oil and gas, has become revivified in recent years as new, unconventional petroleum recovery technology has opened up the hidden potential of underlying formations like the Turner, Parkman, and especially the Niobrara-Codell.

In the past, higher-permeability sections of these and other local formations were responsible for the minimal oil and gas coming out of the region, but over the past half decade or so, the advent of cutting-edge hydraulic fracturing and horizontal drilling technologies has really allowed operators to tap into hitherto unrealized energy reserves. The Niobrara-Codell for instance was historically largely untouched, until production was enabled around 2009 and on by so-called unconventional recovery technologies, leading to over 590 wells drilled and completed since then, which have also tapped the Frontier, Sussex, and Shannon formations.

Falcon Crest Energy’s (OTC: FCEN) acquisition in August of a 75% working interest in just over 584 acres near Moorcroft, with plans to add private leasehold rights (in addition to the Federal lands), is a good grab for this development-stage E&P, and the company has several other such acquisitions already in the pipeline. Management’s plan is to turn Falcon Crest into one of the leading operators in the region, focusing on low-risk development of proved reserves and eventual strategic liquidation of choice sites from their portfolio. The company even recently brought 35-year energy industry veteran and Canadian-born geologist, Michael Cvetanovic, onto the company’s advisory board, where his technical expertise in regional play analysis and petroleum system evaluation will be key to FCEN’s regional portfolio development strategy.

Cvetanovic is co-founder of Canadian energy firm, Bow River Energy, where he also acted as exploration manager. The man’s established prospect generation experience, which spans four continents throughout his career, will be put to good use by FCEN as they move to rapidly increase production levels across a growing leasehold, generating easily calculable and sustainable value for shareholders on properties with substantial exploration potential. Potential to be unlocked by the application of cutting-edge geological studies under the watchful gaze of Cvetanovic and the rest of FCEN’s management, as well as being unlocked by unwavering application of the requisite drilling and fracking end points needed to deliver on such research for the company’s investors.

Tight partnerships with regionally knowledgeable firms like geological experts Evergreen Petroleum, which possesses an incredible century and a half of industry experience, as well as local drilling and operational pros like L&J Operating, will go a long ways towards helping FCEN realize their ambition of becoming a serious player in Wyoming’s PRB.

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Falcon Crest Energy (FCEN) Poised to Prosper in the Powder River Basin

November 21, 2014

Located in northeast Wyoming and southeast Montana, The Powder River Basin has long been known for its abundant coal supply. This geologic structural formation supplies about 40% of the coal in the country. This prolific region of energy production is now experiencing another explosion of energy production. Oil has more than doubled from a low of 38,000 barrels per day (bbl/d) in 2009 to 78,000 bbl/d during the first-quarter of 2014. U.S. oil production has been growing throughout the upper United States, occurring primarily in the Bakken, Eagle Ford, and Permian Basins. Through the application of horizontal drilling and hydraulic fracturing, Powder River Basin oil production is booming.

This recent resurgence is occurring predominantly in the Wyoming portion of the basin, which is also the main source of the Basin’s historical oil production. Since January 2009, more than 590 oil wells have been drilled and completed in six select formations within the Powder River Basin.

Falcon Crest Energy is poised to capitalize on this oil boom. The company has a strategic plan to minimize the risk of exploration and maximize returns by developing proved petroleum reserves and through the strategic acquisition and liquidation of selected oil and gas properties. Falcon Crest expects to rapidly increase production levels and generate predictable, sustainable value utilizing state of the art technologies. The company has a clearly defined strategy that’s focused on acquisitions and joint-ventures to maximize production capacity.

The company already owns a majority of the working interest on 584.78 acres in the Powder River Basin in Wyoming. Falcon Crest Energy leased the lands from the United States Bureau of Land Management, and revealed the new leasehold acquisition during the third quarter of the year. This is the first of many projected acquisitions for the company, which is actively looking to add private leasehold rights to its portfolio and has several other acquisitions in its pipeline.

There is incredible potential for oil and gas companies with the savvy to maximize returns on the reserves in the Powder River Basin, and Falcon Crest Energy is poised to be one of the success stories.

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Falcon Crest Energy, Inc. (FCEN) – Actively Pursuing Oil and Gas Opportunities for Its Pipeline

November 14, 2014

The Falcon Crest Energy team is building a solid foundation for the company to become a top-notch oil and gas explorer/producer capable of answering some of the ever-increasing demand for reliable energy nowadays. The eventual goal is to make Falcon Crest Energy a leader in the North American oil and gas market so management is committing the necessary capital and people resources to meet this objective.

Months ago, the development-stage company made its first lease acquisition as “Falcon Crest Energy,” its new name as of August 2014. The company now owns a majority of the working interest on 584.78 acres in the Powder River Basin in Wyoming. Falcon Crest Energy leased the lands from the United States Bureau of Land Management, and revealed the new leasehold acquisition during the third quarter of the year. This is the first of many projected acquisitions for the company, which is actively looking to add private leasehold rights to its portfolio and has several other acquisitions in its pipeline.

Founded in 2006 and based in Toronto, Canada, Falcon Crest Energy is a development stage company engaged in oil and gas exploration and production. Since inception, Falcon Crest Energy has concentrated on acquiring low risk, high upside North American properties that have significant exploration potential.

When it comes to its operations, the company follows a clear and focused strategy. First, it strives to increase its production capacity by sticking to wholly-owned acquisitions and joint ventures. Secondly, it aims to raise its production levels and create long-lasting value by leveraging advancements in oil and gas production technologies. Lastly, it attempts to reduce exploration risk and boost profit by developing proven petroleum reserves as well as by strategically acquiring and liquidating select oil and gas properties.

For more information, visit www.FalconCrestEnergy.com

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Falcon Crest Energy, Inc. (FCEN): An Attractive Target for Investors Looking to Benefit from Growing Powder River Basin Oil Production

November 6, 2014

Wyoming’s Powder River Basin (PRB), the source of the largest coal reserves in the U.S., where the top 10 producing coal mines in the country are located (representing roughly 40% of national supply), is becoming increasingly well known for oil production as horizontal drilling and hydraulic fracturing technology continues to proliferate. Technological drilling innovation is continuing to unlock more and more of the Turner, Parkman, and Niobrara-Codell formations in particular, which have gone from only 12% of basin-wide oil production in 2009 to over 46% as of this year, with some 36.6k bbls/day as of Q1.

Oil production is up sharply across the PRB in general, with EIA data showing production has more than doubled since 2009, to around 78k bbls/day as of Q1 2014. The meat of the PRB is in Wyoming, and of the 590 wells drilled since 2009, the vast majority are up in the northeast, in Converse and Campbell county. The PRB’s energy reserves are so abundant in fact, that the basin is even seeing pioneering activity in the long sought after industrial process of underground coal gasification (UCG). Linc Energy (ASX:LNC) recently received EPA and WDEQ (Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality) clearance for the first domestic R&D license in two decades for UCG, signifying that the time may have finally come for this technology to really take hold in the U.S., following fast on the heels of Linc Energy’s successful testing of this technology in Australia.

The immense commercial potential of hitherto underexploited oil in the PRB’s less-permeable formations, now made readily accessible through horizontal drilling and fracking, has ignited a firestorm of activity in recent years, attracting many developers and investors to the region. One such company is development stage Falcon Crest Energy (OTC: FCEN), whose recent appointment of 35-year veteran geologist Michael Cvetanovic to the company’s Advisory Council signals to markets how serious the company’s move is to generate sustainable revenues in the PRB, through shrewd execution of their 100% acquisition and JV-focused regional strategy.

Cvetanovic has been in the game for almost four decades and has worked in difficult overseas environments like Indonesia, New Zealand and Nepal to name but a few, working with E&Ps ranging from start-up to mid-sized, in a variety of roles, both at home and abroad. Not only does Cvetanovic possess a strong set of technical skills in the areas of petroleum system evaluation and regional play analysis, he has been instrumental in applied prospect generation across a wide range of geologies on multiple different continents, doing both on and offshore drilling. Cvetanovic has played supervisory roles in both drilling and seismic work, yet also possesses considerable experience negotiating corporate acquisitions in often difficult to navigate overseas markets, as well as handling even more complicated farm-in and JV arrangements.

Falcon Crest’s focus on the PRB will be well-served by Cvetanovic’s skill set and the company’s emphasis on delimiting exploration risk through the targeting of proved petroleum reserves, dovetails exceptionally well with Cvetanovic’s own proven capabilities. FCEN already holds a significant leasehold position in Crook County’s (the most northeastern county in the state) Rocky Ford oil field, with a 75% WI in some 585 acres of prime territory via a BLM deal and the company has their sights set on expanding their existing footprint, to become a leading regional E&P, with multiple irons currently in the acquisition fire.

Regional operator Chesapeake Energy (NYSE: CHK) just posted double-digit, quarter-over-quarter Q3 production growth, including their Powder River Basin assets, with around 726k BOEPD on average, further illustrating the basin’s potential. FCEN looks to achieve similar and even greater success, with a leaner, meaner business model and a more investor-accessible share price. As such operators continue to snatch the power of OPEC to steer global oil prices away from Mideast exporters, returning the power to set our own energy destiny to the U.S., markets will no doubt will be keeping one ear to the ground for news out of development stage opportunities like Falcon Crest.

To learn more about Falcon Crest Energy, please visit www.FalconCrestEnergy.com

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Falcon Crest Energy, Inc. (FCEN) Creating Competitive Position in North American Oil and Gas Market

October 31, 2014

Falcon Crest Energy is keenly aware The Powder River Basin is at the forefront of Wyoming oil production as many industry insiders are saying the region will deliver a second oil boom. Although not nearly as large as the original boom that topped out at 160 million barrels in 1970, there has been a steady increase in oil production in the past five years. It is worth noting that current production is up 12 percent from 2009, with over 57.5 million barrels of oil produced in 2012.

Oil in the Powder River Basin is produced in large part from the Cretaceous age Frontier Formation, the Shannon and Sussex sandstone members of the Cody Shale, and the Mesaverde Formation. Oil shows were previously noted when drilling through these formations to the deeper conventional Tensleep Sandstone oil reservoirs. However, at the time, the shows could not be quantified to attract the investment needed for economic development. Recent technological advancements such as lengthy horizontal wells, multi-lateral completions and multi-stage hydraulic fracturing are enabling economic production of oil from these formations.

A participant of this promising regional activity is Falcon Crest Energy. FCEN is a development stage company committed to building shareholder value in oil and gas exploration and production. What’s most encouraging is that FCEN possesses significant leasehold rights in the northeast corner of the state where the Powder River Basin is situated. In its agreement with the US Bureau of Land Management, the company holds a 75% working interest in 585 acres of federal land within the Powder River Basin and is active in executing a business strategy which shows promise for growth within the oil and gas market in North American.

Management at Falcon Crest is steadfast in its commitment to build a leading exploration and production company and is allocating resources to meet the trending demand for reliable energy. With several pending acquisitions on the drawing board, Falcon Crest continues to look for opportunities to add private leasehold rights to the federal lands being leased.

For more information on the company visit www.FalconCrestEnergy.com

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Falcon Crest Energy, Inc. (FCEN) Gains Ground in Oil & Gas Market

October 24, 2014

Falcon Crest Energy is a development stage company engaged in oil and gas exploration and production. The company concentrates on acquiring minimal risk, high-upside North American properties that have significant exploration potential.

Falcon Crest Energy intends to follow a clear and focused strategy. It will strive to augment its production capacity by sticking to wholly-owned acquisitions and joint ventures, aiming to swiftly increase its production levels and create long-lasting value by leveraging advancements in oil and gas production technologies. Lastly, it will attempt to reduce exploration risk and boost profit by developing proven petroleum reserves as well as strategically acquiring and liquidating select oil and gas properties.

Falcon Crest Energy recently gained ground in its operations. In August 2014, the company acquired significant leasehold in the Powder River Basin in Wyoming. Falcon Crest leased the lands from the United States Bureau of Land Management and, per its agreement with the BLM, now holds a 75% working interest in the approximately 585 acres of federal land that make up the Powder River Basin. With this acquisition, the Falcon Crest team has laid out a solid foundation for the company to thrive in the North American oil and gas market.

Management at Falcon Crest is stanch about building a leading exploration and production company, and is committing resources to meet the growing demand for reliable energy. Several other acquisitions are already in the pipeline. Falcon Crest will also continue to seek out opportunities to add private leasehold rights to the federal lands being leased.

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