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CYGAM Announces Q1 Financial Results and Quarterly Filings

CALGARY, ALBERTA -- (Marketwired) -- 05/15/14 -- CYGAM Energy Inc. (TSX VENTURE:CYG) ("CYGAM", or the "Company"), an emerging oil and gas company with interests in Tunisia and Italy, has filed its Shareholder Report, Interim Financial Results and Management Discussion & Analysis for the three months ended March 31, 2014 pursuant to the requirements of the applicable securities laws. These filings may be viewed on the Company's web site (www.cygamenergy.com) or at www.sedar.com.

CYGAM's Q1 results showed the impact of increased oil sales arising from the TT Field that is contained within the Bir Ben Tartar ("BBT") Concession in the Sud Remada Permit.

Under the production sharing contract established for the Sud Remada Permit with the Tunisian state oil company, Enterprise Tunisienne d'Activities Petrolieres ("ETAP"), CYGAM holds a 14 percent working interest through its wholly owned subsidiary Rigo Oil Company Tunisia Ltd., in partnership with Storm Ventures International, a subsidiary of Chinook Energy Inc. ("Chinook"), who holds the remaining 86 percent working interest and operates.

Highlights of the quarter

  -   Gross production from the TT Field averaged 2,358 bopd (207 bopd    
      CYGAM net, post ETAP);                                              
                                                                          
  -   Oil net revenue was $2,182,861, compared to $1,769,392 for the three
      months ended March 31, 2013;                                        
                                                                          
  -   Operating netbacks were $81.13 per barrel (on revenue of $118.36 per
      barrel with operating costs of $37.23 per barrel);                  
                                                                          
  -   Net loss of $3,444,359 compared to compared to a loss of $119,231   
      for the three months ended March 31, 2013;                          
                                                                          
  -   The March 31, 2014 results included a provision of $3,316,500       
      (US$3million) to reflect management's best estimate of the net      
      penalty payable with respect to the Sud Tozeur permit in Tunisia.   

A more detailed discussion of the results is included in the MD&A and report to shareholders, available on the Company's web site or SEDAR.

SELECTED FINANCIAL INFORMATION                                              
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                                               Three Months ended March 31, 
                                                      2014             2013 
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Oil revenue - Tunisia                        $   2,182,861    $   1,769,392 
Other income                                         1,384            3,419 
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                                                 2,184,245        1,772,811 
                                                                            
Operating costs                                    686,612          454,190 
General and administrative                         544,931          610,191 
Stock based compensation                            23,504           30,364 
Financing costs                                     54,360           21,955 
Impairment write-down (recovery)                   133,068                - 
Loss (gain) on sale of exploration assets                -                - 
Exploration expense                                 15,812           54,120 
Permit Penalty                                   3,316,500                - 
Depletion and depreciation                         853,816          721,222 
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                                                 5,628,603        1,892,043 
                                                                            
Net loss                                        (3,444,359)        (119,231)
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Per share - basic and diluted                $       (0.03)   $           - 
                                                                            
Total non-current financial liabilities      $           -    $           - 
Total assets                                 $  21,460,144    $  20,790,766 
                                                                            
                                                                            
OPERATING                                                                   
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                                               Three Months ended March 31, 
                                                      2014             2013 
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Oil revenues                                 $   2,182,861    $   1,769,392 
Operating costs                              $    (686,612)   $    (454,190)
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Net operating income                         $   1,496,248    $   1,315,201 
                                                                            
Depletion and depreciation                   $     853,816    $     721,222 
                                                                            
Revenue per boe                              $      118.36    $      111.65 
Operating costs per boe                      $       37.23    $       28.66 
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Operating income per boe                     $       81.13    $       82.99 
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(1) Net operating income and netback are non-IFRS measures. Net operating   
income and netback is defined as revenue less operating costs.              
(2) Since ETAP pays all taxes and royalties from its share of production,   
net operating income is effectively after tax to the Company.               

About CYGAM Energy Inc.

CYGAM is a Calgary based exploration company with extensive international exploration permits and a producing property in Tunisia. The main focus of CYGAM is the acquisition, exploration and development of international oil and gas permits, primarily in Italy, Tunisia and the Mediterranean Basin. CYGAM currently holds various interests in five exploratory permits in Italy plus three exploratory permits and the BBT Production Concession in Tunisia which together encompass a total of approximately 2.6 million gross acres.

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.

Contacts:
CYGAM Energy Inc.
David Taylor
President and Chief Executive Officer
[email protected]

CYGAM Energy Inc.
Al Robertson
Chief Financial Officer
(403) 802 6983
[email protected]
www.cygamenergy.com

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