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EW.V - East West Petroleum Corp (Due Diligence Report)

Symbol: EW.V (Canada) & EWPMF(USA)
Current Price: $0.03CAD & $0.03USD
Shares Outstanding: 89,585,665

Most Recent Financials (Ending September 30th, 2019) In CAD

ASSETS
Cash: $3,719,020
GST Receivable: $7,923
Amounts Receivable: $223,772
Prepaid Expenses: $22,654
Investments: $554,709
Assets Held For Sale: $2,067,867
Total Assets: $6,595,945

LIABILITIES
Accounts Payable: $206,404
Decommissioning Liability: $309,904
Liabilities On Asset Held For Sale: $943,472
Deposit: $65,505
Total Liabilities: $1,525,285

NAV $6,595,945 - $1,525,285 = $5,070,660


Management Discussion Highlights

Company Overview

The Company is a reporting issuer in British Columbia and Alberta and trades on the TSX Venture Exchange(TSXV) under the symbol EW as a Tier 1 issuer. The Company currently carries on business in one operating segment, being the acquisition of, exploration for and production from petroleum and natural gas properties. The
Companys current portfolio consists of interests in exploration concessions in New Zealand and Romania and producing properties in the Taranaki Basin, New Zealand. The Company has agreed to sell its interest in PEP 54877 and PMP 60291 which comprise the majority of its New Zealand assets. See Proposed Disposition of New Zealand
Oil & Gas Assets. The Company also holds investments in common shares of Advantage Lithium Corp.(Advantage Lithium) and Seaway Energy Services Inc. (Seaway), public companies whose common shares trade on the TSXV. The Companys principal office is located at #1305 - 1090 West Georgia Street, Vancouver, BC, V6E 3V7.

Recent news releases:

East West cancels sale of 30% interest in Cheal permits

2020-08-04 10:08 MT - News Release


An anonymous director reports

EAST WEST PETROLEUM ANNOUNCES TERMINATION OF AGREEMENT

East West Petroleum Corp. has terminated the agreement regarding the sale of its 30-per-cent interest in petroleum exploration permit 54877 and petroleum mining permit 60291 (the Cheal permits) to an arm's-length private New Zealand company, on the terms previously announced in a news release of the company dated June 24, 2019.

The continuing delays and an effective date of April 1, 2019, make the agreement not in the best interests of shareholders. The company will continue to work to bring value to shareholders from its 30-per-cent interest, which can include the sale of the working interest.

About East West Petroleum Corp.

East West Petroleum was established in 2010 to invest in international oil and gas opportunities.

We seek Safe Harbor.

2020 Canjex Publishing Ltd. All rights reserved.

East West Petroleum's McElroy resigns as director

2020-08-11 15:10 MT - News Release


Mr. Nick Demare reports

EAST WEST PETROLEUM ANNOUNCES RESIGNATION OF ROSS MCELROY

East West Petroleum Corp.'s Ross McElroy has resigned as a director of the company. The board thanks Mr. McElroy for his contributions to the company as a director and audit committee member and wishes him well in his future endeavours.

About East West Petroleum Corp.

East West Petroleum was established in 2010 to invest in international oil and gas opportunities.

2020 Canjex Publishing Ltd. All rights reserved.

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East West Petroleum Year End Results (Ending March 31st 2020), Announced August 18th 2020
All information can be found at - www.sedar.com
Symbols: EW.V (Canada) & EWPMF (USA)
Current Price: $0.05CAD & $0.0379USD
Shares Outstanding: 89,585,665
Balance Sheet (Expressed In Canadian Dollars)
ASSETS
Cash: $4,908,264 - $0.055 cents in cash
GST Receivable: $3,742
Amounts Receivable: $605,187
Prepaid Expenses: $22,741
Investments: $511,734
Exploration & Evaluation Assets: $1,579,279
Property, Plant & Equipment: $656,348
Total Assets: $8,287,295
LIABILITIES
Accounts Payable: $491,898
Deposit: $70,935
Decommissioning: $1,269,824
Total Liabilities: $1,832,657

Sales Performance
Revenue: $3,676,561
Net Revenue: $1,794,719
Net Revenue After G&A Expenses: $827,849
Comprehensive Income: $536,959 - $0.006 cents earnings per share.
MD&A Highlights
Company Overview
The Company is a reporting issuer in British Columbia and Alberta and trades on the TSX Venture Exchange (“TSXV”) under the symbol “EW” as a Tier 1 issuer. The Company currently carries on business in one operating segment, being the acquisition of, exploration for and production from petroleum and natural gas properties. The Company’s current portfolio consists of interests in exploration concessions in New Zealand and Romania and producing properties in the Taranaki Basin, New Zealand. The Company also holds marketable investments in common shares of publicly traded companies. The Company’s principal office is located at #1305 - 1090 West Georgia Street, Vancouver, BC, V6E 3V7
The Company had agreed to sell its interest in PEP 54877 and PMP 60291 which comprise the majority of its New Zealand assets. The agreement was terminated by the Company on August 1, 2020. See “Proposed Disposition of New Zealand Oil & Gas Assets”. The Company is currently assessing its go-forward plans, which includes the possible sale of its New Zealand concessions to other buyers, and whether its focus should remain on the oil and gas sector. At this time no decisions have been made but the Company will be assessing alternatives.
Proposed Disposition of New Zealand Oil & Gas Assets
On June 24, 2019 the Company signed a heads of agreement with a private arm’s length New Zealand company (the “Buyer”) pursuant to which the Company agreed to sell its interest in PEP 54877 and PMP 60291 (collectively, the “Permits”) which comprise the entirety of the Company’s assets in New Zealand (the “Transaction”). On October 8, 2019, as amended, the Company and the Buyer signed the definitive agreement (the “Definitive Agreement”) for the sale and purchase of the Permits under the Transaction. Pursuant to the terms of the Definitive Agreement, and in consideration of the Transaction, the Buyer agreed to pay the Company US $1,900,000 (the “Purchase Price”), with April 1, 2019 as the effective date (the “Effective Date”). On July 16, 2019 the Company received a deposit of $70,935 (US $50,000) (the “Deposit”) from the Buyer which was refundable to the Buyer under certain conditions. In addition to the Deposit, all revenue, less associated sales costs, production costs, royalties and capital costs, received by the Company subsequent to the Effective Date would be credited to the Purchase Price to be paid by the Buyer. On August 7, 2019 the Company received shareholder approval to the Transaction. As at March 31, 2020 closing of the Transaction was still subject to final New Zealand governmental and TSXV approvals. On August 1, 2020 the Company terminated the Definitive Agreement as the amount to be received, given the April 1, 2019 effective date, was significantly less than current value. The Deposit was refunded to the Buyer. See also “Project Update - New Zealand”.
Romania
During fiscal 2010 the Company was informed by the government of Romania that it had been awarded four exploration blocks located in the Pannonian Basin, in western Romania. In May 2011 the Company signed petroleum concession agreements with the National Agency for Minerals and Hydrocarbons (“NAMR”) the government agency in Romania which regulates the oil and gas industry. The four concessions have specific mandatory work programs (the “Romania Work Programs”), which were estimated at US $63,000,000 for all four programs. Production from the concessions is also subject to royalties of between 3.5% to 13.5% based on quarterly gross production payable to the government. On May 20, 2011 the Company and Naftna Industrija Srbije j.s.c. Novi Sad (“NIS”), an arm’s length corporation, signed a memorandum of understanding to jointly explore the four exploration blocks in Romania. On October 27, 2011 the Company and NIS signed a farm-out agreement (the “Farm-out”). Under the terms of the Farm-out, NIS has paid the Company a total of $525,000 for the assignment of an 85% participation interest and operatorship of the Romania Work Programs to NIS. NIS is the operator of the four concessions and has the obligation to fund the Romania Work Programs, including environmental work, 2D and 3D seismic acquisition and processing, and the drilling of 12 wells. The Company retains a 15% carried interest in each block through the obligatory Phase I work program and an optional one year Phase II work program which carries additional commitments. The current expiries of the Phase I terms are as follows: Block EX-2 December 12, 2021, Block EX-3 December 14, 2021 and November 22, 2020 for Blocks EX-7 and EX-8. If a commercial discovery is made, the Company is responsible for its 15% interest in development of the commercial discovery.
As operator, NIS has proposed and is actively progressing comprehensive exploration programs in the EX-2, EX-3, EX-7 and EX-8 exploration blocks in Romania. It should be noted that all activities are dependent on securing the necessary government and local approvals. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic the state of emergency a nationwide lockdown was imposed by the Romanian government on March 25, 2020. Consequently, the operator NIS, has temporarily ceased new exploration field activity until such time that the lockdown is lifted and social distancing requirements can be safely relaxed. It is expected that this will substantially delay the planned 2020 exploration programs in the EX-2, EX-3, EX-7 and EX-8 exploration blocks in Romania. As usual, it should be noted that all activities are dependent on securing the necessary government and local approvals. On Block Ex-2, acquisition program of 3D seismic in the amount of 170 Km2 was completed in Q3/2019 (calendar) and processing of the data is underway. The Phase 1 Exploration Period was extended for another two years and now ends in December 2021. On Block EX-3, processing of the data acquired last year on 223 km2 3D seismic program has been finished and interpretation of the data has been completed. This work identified several exploration prospects with drilling expected to commence in 2021 (calendar). The Phase 1 Exploration Period was extended for another two years and now ends in December 2021. On Block EX-7, an exploration well, Bvs-1000, was drilled in Q1/2019 (calendar) to a total depth of 3,800 meters and encountered several potential hydrocarbon bearing zones as identified on logs. Testing has now been postponed until 2021 (calendar). On the Teremia North discovery, the initial discovery well, Teremia-1000 experienced mechanical problems resulting in an inflow of formation water. A workover is planned for 2021. An appraisal well, Teremia1001, was drilled and completed in Q1/2019 (calendar) and, following initial testing, was placed on long term experimental production in July 2019. Production rates have stabilised around 150 bopd. On Block EX-8, a second deviated appraisal well, Teremia-1002, was drilled into the extension of the Teremia North discovery. The well was completed and tested in Q4/2019 (calendar) and has subsequently been placed on long term experimental production with rates stabilising around 150 bopd. An exploration well, Pesac Sud-1000 was drilled and completed in 3Q/2019 (calendar) two separate intervals were tested in Q4/2019 (calendar). Both tests failed to indicate the presence of hydrocarbons. Future testing of potentially prospective shallower zones is being considered for 2021 (calendar). NIS is committed to fulfilling the commitment work programs in all blocks, considering certain legislative changes and being granted appropriate extensions due to the current Covid-19 situation. NIS will be funding 100% of the costs and fully carrying the Company through the commitment work programs in each of the blocks in return for earning an 85% interest in each licence.

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East West Petroleum Q3 Resultsm Released November 30th 2020. Information below can be found on Sedar.

Symbols: EW(Canada) & EWPMF(USA)
Prices: $0.045CAD & $0.03USD
Common Shares: 89,585,665
Website: www.eastwestpetroleum.ca

Financial Results, Ending September 30th 2020 - keeping in mind that brent oil was lower this quarter

ASSETS
Cash: $4,911,056 - Company currently has a market cap below it's cash value
GST Receivable: $6,280
Amounts Receivable: $166,802
Prepaid Expenses: $28,880
Investments: $599,200 - Both stocks held have gone up since this end period
Exploration & Evaluation Assets: $1,655,361
Property, Plant & Equipment: $368,384
Total Assets: $7,735,963

LIABILITIES
Accounts Payable: $284,094
Decommissioning: $1,325,303
Total Liabilities: $1,609,397

Performance
Six Month Revenue: $1,135,141 (2019 - $1,491,042) - Lower due to the oil price drop from Covid
Net Loss: $328,072 - Depletion was $340,000

Management Discussion Highlights

New Zealand

PMP 60291 is the location of the Cheal E-Site and the Cheal E-site production facility as well as the Cheal-E wells.
There has been continued positive response from the Cheal E waterflood program, with both production and pressure
increases having been observed. The Cheal E waterflood program was expanded to include the conversion of the
Cheal-E4 well to a water injector in two Mt. Messenger formation intervals, which has swept oil towards the Cheal
E1 producing well from the southern area of the field resulting in additional oil recovery and extending the Cheal-E
site’s field life.

The Company’s portion of oil and gas production remained relatively consistent during the three months ended
September 30, 2020 (“Q2”) compared to the three months ended June 30, 2020 (“Q1). During Q2 the Company’s
portion of oil and gas production was 13.8 Mbbl oil and 21.2 Mmcf gas, compared to 15.3 Mbbl oil and 21.8 Mmcf
gas during Q1. The Company had five wells, the Cheal-E1, E2, E5, E6 and E8 producing for both Q2 and Q1.
On October 24, 2020 the Cheal-E1 pump stopped functioning. The Operator has managed to pull the rods with a
crane and intends to clean the well and replace the pump. Production from the Cheal-E1 well is expected to resume
by mid to late December 2020.

Romania

As operator, NIS has proposed and is actively progressing comprehensive exploration programs in the EX-2, EX-3,
EX-7 and EX-8 exploration blocks in Romania. It should be noted that all activities are dependent on securing the
necessary government and local approvals.

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic the state of emergency a nationwide lockdown was imposed by the Romanian
government on March 25, 2020. Consequently, the operator NIS, has temporarily ceased new exploration field activity
until such time that the lockdown is lifted and social distancing requirements can be safely relaxed. It is expected that
this will substantially delay the planned 2020 exploration programs in the EX-2, EX-3, EX-7 and EX-8 exploration
blocks in Romania. As usual, it should be noted that all activities are dependent on securing the necessary government
and local approvals.

On Block Ex-2, acquisition program of 3D seismic in the amount of 170 Km2 was completed in Q3/2019 (calendar)
with processing completed in July 2020. Interpretation is currently underway. The Phase 1 Exploration Period was
extended for another two years and now ends in December 2021.

On Block EX-3, processing of the data acquired last year on 223 km2 3D seismic program has been finished and
interpretation of the data has been completed. This work identified several exploration prospects with drilling
expected to commence in 2021 (calendar). The Phase 1 Exploration Period was extended for another two years and
now ends in December 2021.

On Block EX-7, an exploration well, Bvs-1000, was drilled in Q1/2019 (calendar) to a total depth of 3,800 meters and
encountered several potential hydrocarbon bearing zones as identified on logs. Testing has now been postponed until
2021 (calendar). On the Teremia North discovery, the initial discovery well, Teremia-1000 experienced mechanical
problems resulting in an inflow of formation water. NIS now plans to recomplete the well as a potential gas producer
in either 2021 or 2022. An appraisal well, Teremia-1001, was drilled and completed in Q1/2019 (calendar) and,
following initial testing, was placed on long term experimental production in July 2019.

On Block EX-8, a second deviated appraisal well, Teremia-1002, was drilled into the extension of the Teremia North
discovery. The well was completed and tested in Q4/2019 (calendar) and has subsequently been placed on long term
experimental production.

NIS has requested extension of the experimental oil production periods for Teremia-1001 and Teremia-1002 to gather
more performance data.

An exploration well, Pesac Sud-1000 was drilled and completed in 3Q/2019 (calendar) two separate intervals were
tested in Q4/2019 (calendar). Both tests failed to indicate the presence of hydrocarbons. Future testing of potentially
prospective shallower zones is being considered for 2021 (calendar).

NIS is committed to fulfilling the commitment work programs in all blocks, considering certain legislative changes
and being granted appropriate extensions due to the current Covid-19 situation.

NIS will be funding 100% of the costs and fully carrying the Company through the commitment work programs in
each of the blocks in return for earning an 85% interest in each licence. A technical meeting is tentatively scheduled
for September 2020 in which NIS is expected to present a proposal for a development phase for which the Company
will be responsible for its 15% interest.

Investments

As at September 30, 2020 the Company held 240,000 common shares of Orocobre and 190,000 common shares of
Sweet Earth with a total quoted value of $599,200

Commitments

The Company’s share of expected exploration and development permit obligations and/or commitments as at
September 30, 2020 are approximately $147,000 to be incurred during fiscal 2021 and $1,400,000 over the next five
years. The Company may choose to alter the program, request extensions, reject development costs, relinquish certain
permits or farm-out its interest in permits where practical

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East West talks Romania operations

2021-02-26 07:52 MT - News Release


An anonymous director reports

EAST WEST PETROLEUM PROVIDES OPERATIONAL UPDATE FOR ROMANIA

East West Petroleum Corp. has provided the following operational update for Romania.

As previously reported, the Company's joint venture partner and operator, NIS Petrol ("NIS"), subsidiary of NIS a.d., suspended all operational activities on March 25th 2020 when a national lockdown was declared in Romania. All exploration operations have been on hold since that time.

In the latter part of 2020, NIS evaluated development options for the Teremia North oil discovery.

An Operating Committee Meeting was held on February 8th, 2021 where NIS voted that there was a commercial discovery at Teremia North whereas the Company voted that there was not a commercial discovery. The field economics were, in the Company's assessment, marginal and did not merit the significant capital contributions required. NIS a.d., being a vertically integrated oil and gas producer, could support the development costs given the internal economies available. NIS has since advised that it will be proceeding with the development plans for Teremia North oil accumulation on an exclusive basis. There is some uncertainty as to whether the proposed development can be conducted as an exclusive operation and the Company is assessing what options are available and is in discussions with NIS in regard to such matters.

With respect to future exploration in the four Romanian blocks, NIS has to date drilled five out of a total farmin commitment of twelve exploration wells. Although operations have been suspended due to the Covid-19 situation, NIS Petrol is committed to fulfilling the commitment work programs in all blocks, considering certain legislative changes and being granted appropriate licence extensions.

NIS will be funding 100% of the costs and fully carrying East West through the commitment work programs in each of the blocks in return for earning an 85% interest in each licence.

About East West Petroleum Corp.

East West Petroleum Corp. is a TSX Venture Exchange listed company established in 2010 to invest in international oil & gas opportunities. The Company has its primary focus on two key areas: New Zealand, where it has established production and cash flow and Romania where it is carried to production on an exploration program. In Romania the Company has exploration rights in four exploration concessions covering 1,000,000 acres in the prolific Pannonian Basin of western Romania with Naftna Industrija Srbije ("NIS").

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Symbol: EW.V (Canada) & EWPMF(USA)
Current Price: $0.06CAD & $0.048USD
Shares Outstanding: 89,585,665

Most Recent Financials (Ending December 31st 2020)

Financials

ASSETS
Cash: $5,877,142 – 6.6 cents a share
GST receivable: $7,303
Amounts Receivable: $86,347
Prepaid Expenses: $27,800
Investments: $36,100
Exploration & Evaluation Assets: $1,715,200
Property, Plant & Equipment: $318,147
Total Assets: $8,068,039

LIABILITIES
Accounts Payable: $482,967
Decommissioning: $1,368,938
Total Liabilities: $1,851,905

Quarterly Performance
Revenue: $469,380
Net Income: $89,569 – New Zealand production was down due to workovers. Profit came from one time asset sale of investments.

MD&A Highlights

New Zealand

The Company had previously agreed to sell its interest in PEP 54877 and PMP 60291 which comprise the majority of its New Zealand assets. The agreement was terminated by the Company on August 1, 2020. The Company is currently assessing its go-forward plans, which includes the possible sale of its New Zealand concessions to other buyers and ongoing discussions on the Teremia North Field in Romania, and whether its focus should remain on the oil and gas sector. At this time no decisions have been made but the Company will be assessing alternatives.

PMP 60291 is the location of the Cheal E-Site and the Cheal E-site production facility as well as the Cheal-E wells. A waterflood program is ongoing however the efficacy of the program and its impact on production is an ongoing item of debate. The Company’s technical advisors have stated that there is no unequivocal evidence that water injection through the Cheal-E7 well has had a significant impact on production from PNP 60291 but that there is evidence to the contrary. The Company’s advisors attribute the production performance to other factors than injection through the Cheal-E7 well. The determination whether the waterflood utilizing Cheal-E7 as the injector well is creating the positive response in production impacts the Company’s obligation to fund its 30% share of the costs of acquiring the Cheal-E7 well, being 30% of NZ $3,200,000. No funding will be advances until the issue is resolved.

The Company produces its oil and gas production from five wells on the Cheal-E site. On October 24, 2020 the ChealE1 pump stopped functioning due to downhole blockage and, as a result, production ceased from the Cheal-E1 well. As the major producing well, the stoppage of the Cheal-E1 well has had a major impact on the Company’s share of production for the three months ended December 31. 2020 (“Q3”) on which 5.3 Mbbl oil and 9.4 Mmcf gas was produced, compared to 13.8 Mbbl oil and 21.2 Mmcf gas produced during the three months ended September 30, 2020 (“Q2”), a decrease of 61.5%.

The Operator has managed to pull the rods out of the Cheal-E1 well with a crane, cleaned the well and replaced the pump. However, only limited production resumed in mid-January 2021 without annular flow. A workover of the Cheal-E1 well is planned for mid-May 2021 to restore the well to full production.

Romania

NIS will be funding 100% of the costs and fully carrying the Company through the commitment work programs in each of the blocks in return for earning an 85% interest in each licence. There have been several meetings of both the technical and operating committees to discuss work program results and determine whether the Teremia North field is a commercial discovery. Declaration of a commercial discovery will result in the Company being responsible for 15% of the development costs. At the operating committee meeting held February 8, 2021 NIS voted that there was a commercial discovery at Teremia North whereas the Company voted that there was not a commercial discovery. The field economics were, in the Company’s assessment, marginal and did not merit the significant capital contributions required. NIS, being a vertically integrated oil and gas producer, could support the development costs given the internal economies available. NIS has since advised that it will be proceeding with the development plans for Teremia North on an exclusive basis. There is some uncertainty as to whether the proposed development can be conducted as an exclusive operation and the Company is assessing what options are available and is in discussions with NIS in regard to such matters.

Given the project economics, the return on investment and the net present value the Company cannot justify contributing its 15% share of the estimated US $50,000,000 development costs. In the event NIS proceeds on an exclusive basis the Company will have no interest in the development lands that make up the Teremia North field. The Company will retain its carried interest in the balance of the exploration blocks.

Investments

On April 17, 2020 Orocobre Limited (“Orocobre”) completed the acquisition of 100% of the issued and outstanding common shares of Advantage Lithium Corp. (“Advantage Lithium”) in exchange for 0.142 ordinary shares of Orocobre per Advantage Lithium share. Accordingly, the Company received 244,098 shares of Orocobre for the 1,719,000 Advantage Lithium shares held by the Company for a fair value of $463,786, resulting in an initial loss on the disposition of $603,800. The Company subsequently sold all its common shares of Orocobre for proceeds of $885,356 resulting in a subsequent gain on sale of $421,569. In May 2020 Seaway Energy Services Inc. (“Seaway”) completed a consolidation of its share capital on a basis of, one new for every 2.5 old common shares and, on May 22, 2020, completed a reverse takeover transaction to form Sweet Earth Holdings Inc (“Sweet Earth”) resulting in the Company holding 204,960 Sweet Earth shares. The Company has subsequently sold 14,960 common shares of Sweet Earth for proceeds of $3,335 resulting in a loss on the sale of $30,191. As at December 31, 2020 the Company held 190,000 common shares of Sweet Earth with a total quoted value of $36,100.

Outstanding Share Data

The Company’s authorized share capital is unlimited common shares with no par value. As at February 26, 2021 there were 89,585,665 outstanding common shares and 5,455,000 share options outstanding with exercise prices ranging from $0.06 to $0.135 per share.

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East West Petroleum Retains Technical Advisors for New Zealand Operations

Vancouver, British Columbia--(Newsfile Corp. - March 29, 2021) - East West Petroleum Corp. (TSXV: EW) ("East West" or the "Company") is pleased to report that it has retained a technical advisory team in New Zealand to assist in oversight over operations at Cheal.

The Cheal productions assets are held by the Company's wholly owned New Zealand subsidiary and the subsidiary has concluded an agreement with 3TCF Limited ("3TCF"), a private New Zealand corporation, with a team of seasoned oil and gas professionals in order to have oversight and guidance on operating matters. Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic travel has been difficult for both the Company and the permit operator. As a result, the Company now has a New Zealand based technical team, which can provide oversight over ongoing operations.

Headed by Mr. Bill Treuren, a successful New Zealand businessman and entrepreneur, with a 30-year background in oil & gas pipelining, facilities, drilling and completion engineering, 3TCF can provide the necessary foundation to have New Zealand operator capability allowing us to manage existing and new exploration and production operations. Other key members of the 3TCF management team include Dave Bennett, Duncan Hardie and Allister Richardson. Dave has 40 years' experience in petroleum exploration holding senior roles in numerous economically viable oil & gas discoveries. Most recently Dave was Technical Director of Tag Oil, which held acreage adjacent to the Company's New Zealand properties. Duncan has 40 years' experience as a successful entrepreneur in minerals and petroleum exploration & other business areas. Duncan is Principal of Hardie Pacific & Munuku Pty. Ltd., which holds and has under application a total of seven EPM permits north of Cairns, Australia. Allister is a consulting geologist with 17 years oil industry experience, was previously Tunisia exploration manager for Oil Search & later Chairman of Rawson Resources Ltd.

Said interim CEO Mr. Nick Demare: "We are pleased to have concluded this agreement with 3TCF and look forward to working with the 3TCF team."

Said 3TCF President Mr. Bill Treuren: "We look forward to working with East West in order to assist them in managing their New Zealand assets."

About East West Petroleum Corp.

East West Petroleum Corp. (www.eastwestpetroleum.ca) is a TSX Venture Exchange listed company established in 2010 to invest in international oil & gas opportunities. The Company has its primary focus on two key areas: New Zealand, where it has established production and cash flow and Romania where it is carried to production on an exploration program. In Romania the Company has exploration rights in four exploration concessions covering 1,000,000 acres in the prolific Pannonian Basin of western Romania with Naftna Industrija Srbije ("NIS"). The Company does not own the acres but has exploration rights.

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East West Petroleum Provides Operational Update for New Zealand

2021-08-11 06:01 ET - News Release

Vancouver, British Columbia--(Newsfile Corp. - August 11, 2021) - East West Petroleum Corp. (TSXV: EW) ("East West" or the "Company") is pleased to provide the following operational update for New Zealand.

A workover of the Cheal E1 and E2 wells to clear downhole wax and sand issues has been recently completed and was successful in re-establishing production in both wells.

The Cheal E field is now producing at an approximate 250 barrels oil equivalent per day, of which about 80% is oil. A trial of a two-stage downhole pump in Cheal E1 proved to be too vulnerable to sand production issues and was replaced with a single stage downhole pump as previously employed. This is working reliably. Plans are in place to increase flow in the near future.

About East West Petroleum Corp.

East West Petroleum Corp. (www.eastwestpetroleum.ca) is a TSX Venture Exchange listed company established in 2010 to invest in international oil & gas opportunities. The Company has its primary focus on two key areas: New Zealand, where it has established production and cash flow and Romania where it is carried to production on an exploration program. In Romania the Company has exploration rights in four exploration concessions covering 1,000,000 acres in the prolific Pannonian Basin of western Romania with Naftna Industrija Srbije ("NIS"). The Company does not own the acres but has exploration rights.

Neither the TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.

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Not surprised that EW hit a multi year high today. They've been trading around cash value for a while. The production from New Zealand is clearly bringing in positive cash flow and that can be shown quarter over quarter on the balance sheets. Today a couple new articles came out as well:

https://www.inflation.us/content/ew-gains-50-percent-27x-average-volume

https://www.inflation.us/content/new-oil-stock-suggestion-east-west-petroleum-ts xv-ew

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March 30, 2022 Article - NIS Moving Ahead With Romania Oil & Gas Project (East West Mentioned)

https://www.ekapija.com/news/3641677/nis-trazi-status-medjunarodnog-kljuc-u-ruke -operatora-na-teritoriji-eu-razmatraju

NIS seeks turnkey status of international operator in the EU - Different concession options are being considered

Source: eKapija Wednesday, March 30, 2022 | 15:54

Naftna industrija Srbije ad Novi Sad has announced a tender for the provision of consulting services on the possibility of creating the status of an international IPM operator in the field of exploration and production. The status of IPM operator implies integrated project management of exploration and production, in this case oil, or the so-called "turnkey".

As stated in the technical documentation, NIS plans to move to IPM status during the implementation of the project of building a plant on oil concession fields in Romania, which eKapija has already written about , with further establishing the status of international IPM contractor.

The task of the consultant, it is stated, is to determine whether there are restrictions in the legislation of Romania and the EU for concluding contracts on a turnkey basis.

In case it is impossible to conclude an IPM contract, it is further said, the consultant should determine the possibility of NIS being a consultant during the project implementation in Romania and suggest alternative options for hiring one general contractor for the job.

It is added that NIS is currently interested in gaining experience as an international IPM contractor in the EU, which is why various options are being considered within the concession arrangements.

The tender is open until April 11, about the details HERE .

It should be reminded that Naftna industrija Srbije ad Novi Sad announced in early February a tender for the preparation and preparation of documentation necessary for the construction of mining facilities in the concession fields of NIS in Romania.

NIS's Romanian subsidiary, NIS Petrol, has six oil and gas exploration concessions in Romania for 25 years. The exploration fields are located along the border with Serbia and Hungary. Two years ago, NIS Petrol Romania built two surface infrastructure facilities, at the locations of Teremija and ombolj, where the experimental production of oil and gas began at that time.

The tender documentation for the consultant also explained the steps that led to the acquisition of joint concession rights of NIS and the Canadian East West Petroleum Corporation (EWP) by the Romanian National Mineral Resources Agency in May 2011.

Subsequently, 85% of EWP's participation in transferred to NIS by the concession agreement and that company was appointed as the project operator, and in 2014 all rights were transferred to NIS Petrol.

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Written May 23, 2022 - Update On NIS/EW In Romania

https://www.profit.ro/povesti-cu-profit/energie/vanzarile-de-produse-petroliere- ale-filialei-gazprom-in-romania-au-crescut-de-2-5-ori-in-pofida-razboiului-din-u craina-20711577

Sales of the Romanian subsidiary Gazprom, Nis Petrol Romania SRL, increased 2.5 times in the first quarter of this year compared to the same period last year despite geopolitical tensions and sanctions imposed by the European Union since the start of the war in Ukraine, on February 24, reveals data analyzed by Profit.ro. As a result of these increases, Romania has become the second largest foreign market for the Serbian NIS Petrol Group, controlled by Gazprom Neft, the oil division of the Russian state giant Gazprom, after Bosnia and Herzegovina. Over 21% of the proceeds from the sale of crude oil and petroleum products traded outside Serbia by the NIS Petrol group come from Romania. Nis Petrol Group's sales in Romania increased in the first three months of this year from 2.2 billion dinars (18.7 million euros) to 5.36 billion dinars (45.7 million euros). The sales of 45.7 million euros in the first quarter are equivalent to approximately 70% of the turnover registered by NIS Petrol Romania SRL in the whole year 2020 .

Compared to 2.5 times the increase in Romania, sales in Bosnia increased only 1.8 times, to 8.1 billion dinars, those in Bulgaria, only about 1.4 times, to 3.8 billion dinars , and those in the United Kingdom have tripled to 1.5 billion dinars. Sales in Croatia and Germany increased similarly to those in Romania, but the value of NIS Petrol sales in those markets is modest, half a billion dinars each. The company's sales in Serbia have doubled from $ 36 billion to $ 72 billion. The main contribution to the increase in NIS Petrol sales in Romania was a 7-fold increase in deliveries to third parties, from 367 million dinars (3.1 million euros) to 2.56 billion dinars (21.8 million euros) . According to the company, NIS Petrol owns 19 fuel distribution stations in Romania and has a total market share of 2.7%, of which 1.5% on the retail market .

At the same time, the trading division of the Serbian group, NIS jsc Novi Sad, is active in the energy markets of Serbia (SEEPEX) and Romania (OPCOM), according to the report on the group's results for the first quarter of this year. Given the modest revenues from the sale of electricity outside Serbia, of only 170 million dinars (about 1.5 million euros), most of the revenues in Romania probably come from the sale of petroleum products. The Serbian group claims that it invested 32 billion dinars in the first quarter of this year, 70% in exploration and production, most of which in its concessions in Romania. NIS Petrol Romania has in its portfolio six oil and gas perimeters on the Romanian territory, all having the status of operator . There are four concessions for exploration-development and exploitation activities in partnership with the Canadian company East West Petroleum (two in Bihor County - EX-2 Tria and EX-3 Băile Felix and two in Timiș County - EX-7 Periam and EX-8 Biled ). A fifth concession is held in partnership with Zeta Petroleum and Armax Gaz, respectively the oil development and exploitation concession in the perimeter of DEE V-20 Jimbolia, Timiș County. The sixth concession for exploration-development-exploitation activities is also located in Timiș County, in the EX-12 Crai Nou perimeter. In 2019, NIS ad Serbia (the company that owns the Pancevo and Novi Sad refineries) has signed a contract with the national crude oil and condensate transport system operator, Conpet, which aims to transport crude oil to the Serbian border. extract from the Romanian subsidiary NIS Petrol from the leased perimeters in the west of the country . In the report for the first quarter of this year, CONPET states that it has provided crude oil, gasoline and condensate transport services based on contracts concluded with traditional customers: OMV Petrom SA, Petrotel LUKOIL SA, Rompetrol Rafinare SA, but also with new customers: Standard Logistic doo, Serinius Energy Romania SA and NIS Petrol SRL .

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East West Petroleum Audited Annual Results (Ending March 31, 2022)
All information is available at www.sedar.com

Symbols: EW (Canada) – EWPMF (USA) – 37A (Frankfurt)
Prices: $0.105 CAD - $0.848 USD - €0.058
Shares Outstanding: 89,585,665
Options: 2.79 Million (Between $0.06 and $0.135)
Warrants: Nil

Financials (In Canadian Dollars)

ASSETS
Cash: $5,145,788 - $0.0574c per share
GST Receivable: $3,649
Amounts Receivable: $38,870
Oil Inventory: $265,867
Prepaid Expenses: $39,292
Property, Plant & Equipment: $236,425
Total Assets: $5,729,891

LIABILITIES
Accounts Payable: $355,037
Decommissioning Liabilities: $1,185,985
Total Liabilities: $1,541,022

Allowable Capital Losses: $8,440,000
Non-Capital Losses Available For Future Periods: $28,550,000
- Canada: $17,329,000 from 2026-2042 & New Zealand: $11,221,000 No Expiry Date

Updated Information From Management Discussion

*Important Notes*
- Cash increased $269,284 between Q3 2021 and Q4 2021
- Q1 2022 financial results will be released end of August 2022
- Impairment charge of $1,627,056 in 2021 on leases that were not going to be worked on
- NIS/EW Deal in place for a cash/royalty deal on their Romania asset

New Zealand

During fiscal 2022 Cheal conducted a detailed prospectivity review of PEP 54877 and advised the Company that the forecasted economic prospects of PEP 54877 does not meet Cheal’s internal risk criteria. Although no final decision has been made to relinquish the permit in December 2022, the Company has determined to record an impairment of $1,627,056 for costs incurred to March 31, 2022.

PMP 60291 is the location of the Cheal E-Site and the Cheal E-site production facility as well as the Cheal-E wells. A waterflood program is ongoing however the efficacy of the program and its impact on production is an ongoing item of debate. The Company’s technical advisors have stated that there is no unequivocal evidence that water injection through the Cheal-E7 well has had a significant impact on production from PNP 60291 but that there is evidence to the contrary. The Company’s advisors attribute the production performance to other factors than injection through the Cheal-E7 well. The determination whether the waterflood utilizing Cheal-E7 as the injector well is creating the positive response in production impacts the Company’s obligation to fund its 30% share of the costs of acquiring the Cheal-E7 well, being 30% of NZ $3,200,000. No funding has been advanced, and no funding will be advanced until the issue is resolved.

The Company produces its oil and gas production from five wells on the Cheal-E site. On October 24, 2020 the ChealE1 pump stopped functioning due to downhole blockage and, as a result, production ceased from the Cheal-E1 well. As the major producing well, the stoppage of the Cheal-E1 well had a major impact on the Company’s share of production. In mid-January the Operator managed to pull the rods out of the Cheal-E1 well with a crane, cleaned the well and replaced the pump. However, only limited production resumed in mid-January 2021 without annular flow. In addition, in early March 2021 the Cheal-E2 well stopped working and several attempts to restart the well over the following three weeks were unsuccessful. Workovers of the Cheal-E1 well and the Cheal-E2 well were not completed until early August 2021 including the clearing of downhole wax and sand issues. The workovers were successful in re-establishing production in both wells. A trial of a two-stage downhole pump in Cheal-E1 proved to be too vulnerable to sand production issues and was replaced with a single stage downhole pump as previously employed. This is working reliably and an increase in flow was successfully implemented in Q3/2022.

As a result of the continued Cheal-E1 stoppage and the addition of the stoppage of the Cheal-E2 well, oil and gas production was significantly less from October 2020 to early August 2021. Only three wells, the Cheal-E5, E6 and E8 were fully producing for Q1/2022. During Q2/2022 all five wells the Cheal-E1, E2, E5, E6 and E8 were producing.

During Q4/2022 the Company produced 18.3 Mbbl oil and 11.6 Mmcf gas. compared to 19.5 Mbbl oil and 15.1 Mmcf gas during Q3/2022. The decreases were a result of both the Cheal E-5 and Cheal E-6 wells going offline for the last month of Q3. The Cheal E-5 went down due to a downhole related issue which appears to be parted rods. Workover planning is currently underway with a full workover being scheduled for the end of Q2/2023. The Cheal E-6 went offline due to downhole related issues which appears to be a wax plug. The operator carried out rod work and installed a new pump while the well was off line. The Cheal E-6 started back on-line near the end of March 2022.

Romania

The four concessions have specific mandatory work programs (the “Romania Work Programs”), which were estimated at US $63,000,000 for all four programs. Production from the concessions is also subject to royalties of between 3.5% to 13.5% based on quarterly gross production payable to the government

As operator, NIS has reported resumption of exploration and production activities in the EX-2, EX-3, EX-7 and EX-8 exploration blocks in Romania. EWP has a 15% carried interest during the commitment work programs in all four blocks which includes for the drilling of a total of twelve exploration wells (three per block). It should be noted that all activities are dependent on securing the necessary government and local approvals.

Blocks EX-2 and EX-3

Interpretation of seismic data has continued although no commercially viable exploration prospects have been identified to date. NIS has proposed to request an extension of the exploration periods beyond the contractual maximum of ten years while the prospectivity of the blocks is under review. No commitment wells have been drilled to date in either block.

Block EX-7

Two phases of testing have been performed on exploration well BVS-1000. Despite fracture stimulation in the second testing phase, oil production from the well has rapidly declined to currently around 30 bopd. NIS consider the well has invalidated the pre-drill subsurface geological model and re-interpretation of the prospect is underway prior to a decision to either suspend or abandon the well. Deviated appraisal well, Teremia-1001, drilled on the Teremia North Field, has been completed as a production well after a period of experimental production testing. All work program commitments in the block have been met.

Block EX-8

Testing of exploration well Pesac-1000 has been completed although with negative results. Deviated appraisal well Teremia-1002, drilled on the Teremia North Field, has been completed as a production well after a period of experimental production testing. Exploration well, Teremia-1201, was drilled to test a possible extension to the Teremia North Field but failed to encounter hydrocarbons. It was subsequently sidetracked into the Teremia North Field in 4Q/2021 and has now been completed as a production well and renamed Teremia-1004.

There have been several meetings of both the technical and operating committees to discuss work program results and determine whether the Teremia North field is a commercial discovery. At the operating committee meeting held

February 8, 2021 NIS voted that there was a commercial discovery at Teremia North whereas the Company voted that there was not a commercial discovery. The field economics were, in the Company’s assessment, marginal and did not merit the significant capital contributions required. NIS, being a vertically integrated oil and gas producer, could support the development costs given the internal economies available.

Without a joint declaration of a commercial discovery it is the Company’s position that commercial development of the field cannot proceed, NIS did not share this opinion. Rather than litigating this issue the discussions continued with NIS in an attempt to find a way forward. Given the consequences of a commercial discovery decision and significant funding obligations the Company and NIS continued negotiations on all available options including a monetization event. Negotiations were progressing well and the parties were moving towards final documentation with essential terms of a monetization event agreed, being some limited cash and a royalty interest.

The outbreak of war between Ukraine and Russian brought all attempts to implement the agreed terms to a halt, with the issue being that NIS is owned, in part, by a Russian entity which is subject to sanctions. The Company is considering what steps could be implemented to allow the transaction to proceed.

Total sales revenues decreased by 39%, from $644,832 in Q3/2022 to $396,309 in Q4/2022 primarily due to a 54% decrease in sales volume, from 6,681 BOE in Q3/2022 compared to 3,067 BOE in Q4/2022. The decrease in sales volume is primarily due to the Cheal E-5 well being shut-in for repairs during Q4/2022.

Total sales revenues increased by $37,091 from $359,218 in Q4/2021 to $396,309 in Q4/2022. The increase is primarily attributed to the increase in the average realized price per BOE from $71.96 in Q4/2021 to $129.22 in Q4/2022.

The Company’s share of expected exploration and development permit obligations and/or commitments as at March 31, 2022 are approximately $660,000 to be incurred during fiscal 2023 and $16,000 over the next five years. The Company may choose to alter the program, request extensions, reject development costs, relinquish certain permits or farm-out its interest in permits where practical.

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East West news release shortly after financial results came out. It's basically identical to the summary that was posted. The key now is for the company to complete that royalty deal with NIS of Serbia for the million acre lease in Romania, along with continuing to build cash from their oil production in New Zealand, which goes for Brent pricing.

https://www.stockwatch.com/News/Item/Z-C!EW-3285777/C/EW

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Some very important articles have come out over the last 2-6 weeks regarding NIS/Serbia and EU sanctions, which could stifle growth in Serbia due to higher gas prices, as well as damage some of the country’s strongest businesses. Based on the articles below, it is quite likely that a deal will occur by November 2022 or sooner, which is when the sixth EU sanction package against Russia takes effect and will hurt Serbia. All that needs to occur is for Gazprom(56% shareholder of NIS) to reduce their stake to 49.9% or less(under 50%) and then all sanctions can be avoided. This will then allow NIS and East West to complete their deal, as stated in EW’s news release and MD&A.

May 2022 – Verification of EW/NIS leases and that they will be going into production

https://www.profit.ro/povesti-cu-profit/energie/vanzarile-de-produse-petroliere- ale-filialei-gazprom-in-romania-au-crescut-de-2-5-ori-in-pofida-razboiului-din-u craina-20711577

"NIS Petrol Romania has in its portfolio six oil and gas perimeters on the territory of Romania, with operator status in all of them . Four concessions are for exploration-development and exploitation activities in partnership with the Canadian company East West Petroleum (two in Bihor county – EX-2 Tria and EX-3 Băile Felix and two in Timiș county – EX-7 Periam and EX-8 Biled ). A fifth concession is held in partnership with Zeta Petroleum and Armax Gaz, namely the oil development and exploitation concession in the perimeter of DEE V-20 Jimbolia, Timiș county. The sixth concession for exploration-development-exploitation activities is also located in Timiș County, in the EX-12 Crai Nou perimeter."

July 14 2022 – "Serbian President announces potential of Serbia taking Russian stake in NIS to avoid problems from Sanctions"

https://balkaninsight.com/2022/07/14/serbia-mulls-taking-over-mainly-russian-own ed-oil-company/

July 29 2022 – NIS Financial results, showing growth of production in Romania. Some of that revenue is likely from EW’s JV lease, which means that the royalty deal pending would start to pay out right away, once completed.

https://ir.nis.rs/fileadmin/template/nis/pdf/Reporting/BusinessReports/English/Q R_Q2_2022_eng.pdf

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