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ENTERRA KUWAIT DEVELOPMENTS

 HOUSTON, Sept. 20 /PRNewswire/ -- Enterra Corporation (NYSE: EN) today reported that it is engaged in a contractual disagreement with the Kuwait Oil Company regarding services rendered in Kuwait.
 Enterra's oilfield service and equipment subsidiaries provide experienced specialists and high-quality equipment throughout the world. Due to its expertise and broad array of premium equipment, an Enterra subsidiary was selected by the government of Kuwait to provide assistance in the control and repair of over 700 wells damaged as a result of the 1991 Gulf War. The Kuwait Oil Company requested further assistance during 1992 and 1993 in Kuwait after the oil well fires were extinguished, and the questions raised by Kuwait Oil Company relate solely to certain post-capping work. At June 30, 1993, Enterra had approximately $10 million of receivables from the Kuwait Oil Company which were involved in the dispute.
 D. Dale Wood, chairman, president and chief executive officer of Enterra, stated, "Over the last three years, we have had an excellent working relationship in Kuwait, and we are attempting to resolve this matter amicably."
 Enterra Corporation is a worldwide provider of specialized services and products for drilling and servicing onshore and offshore oil and gas wells and of specialized services and equipment used in the construction and rehabilitation of pipelines.
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 /CONTACT: Steve Grant of Enterra Corporation, 713-462-7300/
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