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FOR RELEASE SEPTEMBER 6, 2005

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COMPUTATIONAL GEOLOGY NAMES EARTH RESOURCES EXPLORATION ("EREX") AS ITS AGENT FOR EGYPT.

September 6, 2005 --Computational Geology, Inc. announced today that EREX has become Computational Geology's agent for Egypt, effective July 21, 2005. EREX will be responsible for most sales of Geodes® licenses and Geodes support and maintenance services, training services, and consulting services in Egypt. Computational Geology and EREX expect that EREX eventually will be responsible for providing many if not most support services, training services, and consulting services in Egypt.

"Computational Geology has opened the market in Egypt for Geodes software, training, and consulting," said Jim Morse, Computational Geology's President. "Our customers have been using Geodes with great success in the Gulf of Suez and in the Western Desert. We have also provided Geodes consulting services to customers working in the Gulf of Suez and the Western Desert. We are now set to expand the market in Egypt for Geodes software and Geodes support, training, and consulting services."

"We're excited to have EREX as our agent for Egypt," continued Morse. "EREX has a great reputation in the Egyptian E&P industry. We are looking forward to working with Dr. Nazih Tewfik and EREX's entire staff to bring the significant benefits of Geodes to more operators and more geologists and geophysicists in Egypt."

Companies in Egypt that have already purchased software or services from Computational Geology should continue to contact Computational Geology directly. Other companies should contact contact EREX:

Dr. Nazih Tewfik
Earth Resources Exploration
115 El-Salam Tower, Misr-Helwan Road, Maadi, Cairo, EGYPT
P. O. Box 4, El-Malek El-Saleh, Code 11559, Cairo, EGYPT
Tel.: (202) 5253989 - 5254935 - 5254013 - 5254045
Fax.: (202) 5254277
email: petro.consultants@erexegypt.com or egypt@cgeology.com
web: http://www.erexegypt.com

Operators, geologists, and geophysicists working the Gulf of Suez: please see Sercombe and others, 1997.

Operators, geologists, and geophysicists working the Western Desert: please see Computational Geology's News Release of November 21, 2007.

Computational Geology is a U. S.-based provider of specialty geological software and interpretation services. Current products and services focus on 3D analysis and interpretation of dip data using advanced techniques, including SCAT and isogon-based cross sections.

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