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OCELOT ENERGY INC. JOINS THE AMERICAN STOCK EXCHANGE

 NEW YORK, October 19, 1993 -- The American Stock Exchange today began trading the class B common shares of Ocelot Energy Inc.
 The Calgary-based company's class B common, trading under the ticker symbol OCE.B, opened at 9 3/4 (bid) to 10 (ask).
 Kalb Voorhis & Co. has been selected as Ocelot Energy's specialist firm.
 Ocelot Energy Inc., based in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, is engaged in the exploration, development and production of oil and natural gas and the construction of large diameter pipelines.
 Ocelot Energy's shares are also listed for trading on the Toronto, Montreal and Alberta stock exchanges.
 W. David Lyons, president and chief executive officer of Ocelot Energy said, "Listing on the American Stock Exchange will further diversify the company's access to equity capital and enhance the recognition of its growing long life natural gas reserve portfolio."
 The American Stock Exchange is unique among U.S. financial markets. It is the only exchange to successfully provide both a primary equities market for growth companies and a principal market for derivatives. The American Stock Exchange is dedicated to providing both public and professional investors with superior trading products and services at competitive prices.
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 /CONTACT: Melissa Grand, manager-communications of the American Stock Exchange, 212-306-1635/


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