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From: "Nellie Jefferson" <nellie.jeffersonbn@xxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 30 Aug 2005 12:22:19 +0000
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Hot_St0ck Newsletter - Late-August Issue, 2005

In this issue of American Energy Review we would like to inform you of a 
wonderful opportunity for big returns. As many of you would agree, the 
investing climate for select oil/energy stocks is on fire, and, as astute 
investors, that is where you want to be. With this in mind, we would like to
present a company poised for Big returns:


Symbol: WNWG . PK

Current Price:   $1.20

This st0ck is trading at only $1.20 cents and we expect it could hit 
$3.50 - $4.00 by late September. 

A Huge PR campaign is expected so grab as much as you can up to $2.00 
range.  We all know it's the big announcements that make these small gems 

How Will WNWG React to being Blasted onto Investor's Radar Screens, 
This one is certainly worth watching All Week!! 
You may want to Act very early tommorow morning!! 

We expect the price to go to $1.75 in next 2-3 days 
We expect the price to go to $3.3O in next 3 weeks. 

About the Company:

   Wentworth Energy, Inc. is a diversified energy company focused on the 
responsible development of America's natural resources while providing 
maximum shareholder value. Wentworth Energy will apply innovative 
technologies towards the discovery and development of a diverse portfolio of 
high value, low risk energy projects such as the Company's opportunities in 
the Texas Barnett Shale gas play, the prolific oil and gas fields of the 
Gulf Coast, and the oil sands of eastern Utah.

***Why we believe WNWG is a winner***

++News From the Main Sector++

Crude oil prices remained in record territory after soaring to new highs 
Today/Monday past $70 a barrel as reports of new U.S. refinery outages 
fears that gasoline supplies of the world's biggest consumer nation would 
struggle to meet rising demand.

A spate of refinery glitches, an unusually active hurricane season in the 
U.S., and concerns over Iran's decision to resume uranium conversion 
activities weighed heavily on people's minds, pushing prices upward, 
analysts said.

With bullish sentiment unabated and crude prices hitting consecutive highs 
this week, analysts expect front-month crude contracts to test the $70 a 
barrel threshold.

Analysts said gasoline demand, currently at its peak in the U.S. summer 
driving season, was pushing crude's gains. Last week, U.S. gasoline demand 
picked up by 1.4 percent from a year ago, according to government data.

++News From WNWG++

   FORT WORTH, Texas--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Aug. 23, 2005--Wentworth Energy, Inc. 
announced today that it is negotiating to acquire a major land position in a 
large oil sands project in Utah's Unita Basin. The Company has already 
signed a letter of intent to acquire an initial 600-acre lease in the 
project area, and is now negotiating to add several additional large 
acreages to the total project package. Wentworth Energy has commenced due 
diligence on the entire project, and subject to that review, anticipates 
closing the acquisitions within 60 days. According to historic geological 
reports total recoverable oil reserves on the project are estimated at 
approximately 100 to 500_milli0n barrels of oil.

   Numerous major oil companies including Sun Oil, Texaco, Philips and Shell 
extensively explored the area during the 1970's.  During this period, 
extraction plans were developed and local operations began but the 
technology was not economically viable at the time. As part of the agreement 
Wentworth Energy can retain the rights to use a technology approved in Utah 
that can extract oil from oil sands economically and with no environmental 
impact. This technology, which utilizes a solvent closed loop extraction 
process, was in operation until low oil prices no longer made it 
economically feasible.  A 1997 U.S. Department of Energy study concluded 
that operating costs for a commercial scale operation utilizing this 
technology were approximately $8.50 to $13.50 per barrel of oil extracted.

*** Goto your favorite st0ck news source and read all the recent PR's ***

The time to get in on this is Now!
Once these small companies start moving they appreciate rapidly.

Please Watch this one trade All Week!


Information within this email contains "f0rwardlo0king st4tements" within 
the meaning of Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933 and Section 21B of 
the Securities Exchange Act of 1934. Any statements that express or involve 
discussions with respect to predictions, goals,expectations, beliefs, plans, 
 projections, objectives, assumptions or future events or performance are 
 not statements of historical fact and may be "f0rwardlo0king st4tements." 
f0rwardlo0king st4tements are based on expectations, estimates and 
projections at the time the statements are made that involve a number of 
risks and uncertainties which could cause actual results or events to differ 
materially from those presently anticipated. 
f0rward_lo0king st4tements in this action may be identified through the use 
of words such as: "projects", "foresee", "expects", "estimates," "believes," 
"understands" "will," "part of: "anticipates," or that by statements 
indicating certain actions "may," "could," or "might" occur. All information 
provided within this email pertaining to investing, stoc.ks, securities must 
be understood as information provided and not investment advice. 
Emerging Equity Alert advises all readers and subscribers to seek advice 
from a registered professional securities representative before deciding to 
trade in st0c.ks featured within this email. None of the material within 
this report shall be construed as any kind of investment advice. Please have 
in mind that the interpretation of the writer of this newsletter about the 
news published by the company does not represent the company official 
statement and in fact may differ from the real meaning of what the news 
release meant to say.  Look at the news release by yourself and judge by 
yourself about the details in it.If you wish to stop future m4ilings, 
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