KJ5 on the Frankfurt Exchange
Kenartha oil and gas limited Funding For Brazil Hydro-Electric Generation - (Mar. 14, 2007)

Toronto, Ontario - Kenartha Oil & Gas Company Limited (Frankfurt Exchange: KJ5), an explorer and developer of natural gas resources, is pleased to announce that its agent is in funding discussions with the Raiffeisen Bank in Europe to move forward on the Brazil hydro-electric projects. The Company has been presented with a proposed credit facility from the Raiffeisen Bank which management has under review.

The Company is in continuing participation negotiation with a private group that currently has site licenses complete with all required approvals and permits to construct two (2) hydro-electric generating stations in Brazil; one of 8MW (PCH Renic project) and the other of 17.5MW (PCH Tamboril project). These two projects are located upriver from a recently completed 28MW generating station constructed on a license owned by the same private group and built under a turnkey contract (see Press Release of Jan 23, 2007).

About Kenartha Oil and Gas Company Limited

Kenartha Oil & Gas Company Limited (Kenartha) is an oil and natural gas exploration, acquisition, development and production firm.

The Company holds interests in natural gas production facilities in southern Ontario, Canada near Canada's first oil wells. Kenartha has sales agreements with Union Gas Limited for the purchase of its natural gas production.

Kenartha is traded on the Frankfurt Exchange under the symbol “KJ5”. For further information please visit the company’s website at

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For further information contact:

Mr. Ernest Harrison, EM, CEO
Mr. Marty Martinello, B.A., V.P.
Phone: 705-474-7282
Fax: 705-474-5491
  Mr. Robert Chase, B.A., CFO
Fax:  416-368-6827

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