Oct 28, 2010, 09:00 ET from Enhanced Oil Resources Inc.

HOUSTON, TX, Oct. 28 /PRNewswire/ - Enhanced Oil Resources Inc. (TSX-V: EOR) today announced that the first well of the 2010 St. Johns drilling program has commenced. The drilling program is designed to prove up additional Helium and CO2 reserves within the St Johns He/CO2 gasfield, Apache County, Arizona.

The 11-3-29X well was spud in on the 23rd of October by the Pinpoint Drilling 10 rig. Current operations are waiting on cement at the base of the Ft Apache reservoir. Intermediate casing was landed and cemented at a depth of 1,515 ft. The well is targeting the Amos Wash reservoir at a depth of 1,560 ft with total depth for the 11-3-29X well expected to be 1,790'. The 11-3-29X well is located 100' from the original 11-3-29 well drilled in 1995 and plugged and abandoned after testing approximately 2 million cubic feet of CO2 gas with a Helium content of 0.72%.

About Enhanced Oil Resources Inc.

Enhanced Oil Resources Inc. is an early-stage company, with two principal business segments of

(i) Crude oil and natural gas production through enhanced oil recovery ("EOR") projects it is initiating in the Permian Basin on oil fields acquired by the Company in 2007 and 2008 for that purpose.
(ii) Helium and CO2 resource exploration and production through property interests it controls in approximately 235,000 gross acres of land within the St Johns Helium/CO2 field in Arizona and New Mexico, and where the Company is developing what is thought to be the largest undeveloped helium and carbon dioxide field in North America.

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Barry D Lasker, CEO

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