Mexico’s President-Elect Commits to Respect Oil Contracts

October 2, 2018 – Vancouver, BC – Renaissance Oil Corp. (“Renaissance” or the “Company”) (TSX-V: ROE) (OTCQB: RNSFF) is pleased to announce that Mexico’s president-elect, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, who will take office on December 1, 2018, assured private energy executives on September 27, 2018 that their contracts will not be canceled if they meet existing terms.

During the meeting with AMEXHI, Mexico’s association of oil and gas producers, which Renaissance is a member of, Mr. Lopez Obrador underlined the importance of the private sector’s participation in developing the oil and gas sector in Mexico and its important role in increasing production in the following years.

Further, Mr. Lopez Obrador’s designated Energy Minister, Rocio Nahle, confirmed the incoming administration’s support for the contracts as well as a commitment to resolving regulatory delays.

Craig Steinke, Renaissance CEO, stated, “Renaissance is reassured by these developments and encouraged that the Mexican government is supportive of the important role international oil companies, like Renaissance, play in the development of the Mexican petroleum industry.”

Renaissance continues to make progress on its journey to become a major Mexican energy producer.

RENAISSANCE OIL CORP.
Per:
Craig Steinke
Chief Executive Officer

For further information contact:
Craig Steinke, Chief Executive Officer  |  Tel: 1.604.536.3637
Kevin J. Smith, Vice President, Business Development  |  Tel: 1.403.200.9047

Abbreviations

bbl or bbls barrel or barrels Mcf thousand cubic feet
bbls/d barrels per day Mcf/d thousand cubic feet per day
boe barrels of oil equivalent MMcf million cubic feet
boe/d barrels of oil equivalent per day MMcf/d million cubic feet per day