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Universal Bioenergy Announces NDR Energy Group Projects Record Sales of Natural Gas for March 2014, Sales Jump 318% to $12.13 Million, Volume 2.45 Bcf

IRVINE, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 03/07/14 -- Universal Bioenergy Inc. (OTCQB: UBRG), a publicly traded independent diversified energy company that markets and distributes natural gas, propane, petroleum and coal, announced that its subsidiary NDR Energy Group, sold an estimated 2.45 billion cubic feet (Bcf) of natural gas to its customers, and set a new sales record for March 2014.

The 2.45 (Bcf) of natural gas sold by NDR Energy Group is, the highest in the Company's history for the month of March, and is projected to generate an estimated $12.13 million in gross revenues for March for NDR Energy Group. The estimated sales of $12.13 million, exceeds the combined gross revenues for the past four March sales periods at NDR Energy. The $12.13 million in estimated sales for March 2014 is over three times or equals 318% of the $3,809,176 in gross sales that NDR Energy posted in March of 2013.

NDR Energy Group's President and CEO, Ken Harris, stated, "We posted staggering numbers for March. In fact, I believe that our sales for March represent the second highest monthly sales total in the Company's history. I continue to be pleased with the diversity of suppliers that we are using. Our suppliers are some of the largest producers of natural gas in the US. They continue to work diligently to make sure that we are able to meet the requirements of our customers at various delivery points across the US. I am also pleased with the net revenues related to our recent deals as we were able to complete a number of transactions this month with elevated margins. These developments illustrate our growing strength as a national marketer and the evolving nature of our relationships with both our suppliers and customers."

Universal Bioenergy is a high growth diversified energy company. NDR Energy Group, a subsidiary of Universal Bioenergy, sells natural gas to many of the largest public utilities, electric power producers and local gas distribution companies that serve millions of commercial, industrial and residential customer in the United States.

About Universal Bioenergy Inc.
Founded in 2004, Universal Bioenergy Inc. is a publicly traded independent diversified energy company that produces and markets natural gas, petroleum, coal and propane. We market energy resources to the largest public utilities, electric power producers and local gas distribution companies in the U.S. that serve millions of commercial, industrial and residential customers. We are also engaged in the acquisition and development of existing or recently discovered oil and gas fields, leases and surface coal mines. For more information visit www.universalbioenergy.com.

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