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New website for New Zealand Oil & Gas Ltd

21 July 2008
New website for New Zealand Oil & Gas Ltd

New Zealand Oil & Gas Limited (NZOG) is pleased to announce that the company has a new website.

The web address remains the same at www.nzog.com (www.nzog.net is also valid).

NZOG’s Public Affairs Manager Chris Roberts says the information available on the old website has been revamped and enhanced.

“The new website has been designed to provide all the essential information about New Zealand Oil & Gas Ltd in a way that is logical and easy to navigate. We have endeavoured to cater for the interests of everyone who might use the website, including shareholders, potential investors, analysts, media and the general public.

“NZOG’s new website is in accordance with Best Practice for an ASX and NZX listed company.”

The website includes an Email Alert subscription facility, which allows users to be updated when new content is added to selected areas of the website.


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