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TransGlobe Energy Corporation Announces 2002 Second Quarter Results

CALGARY, ALBERTA--TransGlobe Energy Corporation ("TransGlobe" or 
the "Company") is pleased to announce its financial and operating 
results for the six month period ended June 30, 2002. All dollar 
values are expressed in United States dollars unless otherwise 
stated. Per barrel of oil equivalent ("Boe") amounts have been 
calculated using a conversion of 6,000 cubic feet of natural gas 
to one barrel of oil. 

HIGHLIGHTS 

* Record production of 1,726 Boepd for the second quarter of 2002 

* Record cash flow from operations of $1,951,125 for the second 
quarter of 2002 

* Expanded Yemen drilling program for balance of 2002 

FINANCIAL AND OPERATING UPDATE 


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                         Three Months             Six Months          
                       Ended June 30             Ended June 30        
                      ------------------------------------------------
Financial             2002       2001  Change   2002      2001 Change 
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Oil and gas revenue
 net of royalties  2,859,258  2,488,120  15% 4,830,330  4,978,085 (3)%
Operating expense    464,034    329,313  41%   876,440    777,832 13% 
General and
 administrative
 expense             237,642    187,467  27%   430,545    320,190 34% 
Depletion and
 depreciation      1,078,000    755,000  43% 1,956,000  1,489,000 31% 
Income taxes         234,862    182,491  29%   406,526    351,658 16%
Cash flow from
 operations        1,951,125  1,805,319   8% 3,217,758  3,544,619 (9)%
  Basic and diluted
   per share            0.04       0.04   -       0.06       0.07(14)%
Net income           873,125  1,034,101 (16)%1,188,128  2,039,401(42)%
  Basic and diluted
   per share            0.02       0.02   -       0.02       0.04(50)%
Capital
 expenditures        820,369    628,566  31% 2,189,906  1,747,941 25% 
Working capital    2,409,891 1,937,524   24%                          
Common shares
 outstanding                                                          
  Basic (weighted
   average)                                 51,403,641 50,535,332     
  Diluted (weighted
   average)                                 51,952,759 51,238,336     
                                                                      
Production                                                            
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Oil and liquids (Bpd)  1,548     1,228   26%     1,443      1,256 15% 
Average price 
 ($ per barrel)        24.49     24.62   (1)%    22.90      23.52 (3)%
Gas (Mcfpd)            1,065     1,144   (7)%      980      1,144(14)%
Average price 
 ($ per Mcf)            2.65      4.03  (34)%     2.49       5.14(52)%
Total (Boed)
 (6 : 1)               1,726     1,418   22%     1,607      1,448 11%
Operating expense
 ($ per Boe)            2.95      2.55   16%      3.01       2.97  1%

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EXPLORATION UPDATE 

Block 32, Republic of Yemen (13.81087% working interest) 

The Block 32 joint venture group reviewed the proposed drilling 
plans for the balance of 2002 and expanded the 2002 drilling 
program to include up to four wells (one development/appraisal 
well, two exploration wells and one contingent exploration well). 
The first well, Tasour #7, will be directionally drilled from the 
Tasour #6 surface location to test a potential field extension. 
The well is expected to commence drilling in September and, if 
successful, could be tied in to the existing production line very 
quickly. The second well, Al Ghoraf #1, will test an exploration 
prospect on the northwestern portion of the Block. The third well 
of the program could either test another exploration prospect or 
follow up on successful drilling at Tasour and/or Al Ghoraf. The 
fourth well is contingent upon the results of the first three 
wells. The drilling rig and services are jointly contracted with 
two adjacent Blocks to reduce costs and improve overall program 
efficiency. Based on the current drilling schedule, Tasour #7 will
be drilled first commencing in September and the remainder of the 
Block 32 wells will commence drilling at the end of the fourth 
quarter, after the rig has drilled two wells on an adjacent 
non-owned Block. 

Block S-1, Republic of Yemen (25% working interest)     

Interpretation and mapping of the 230 square kilometer 3-D seismic
program acquired in 2001 was completed during the last quarter. 
The 2001 seismic program evaluated a trend of Alif and Lam 
formation prospects identified on existing 2-D seismic data. The 
trend extends from the adjacent Jannah Hunt oil fields (Dhahab and
Al Nasr) southeast to the Shell discovery at An Nagyah. The Dhahab
and Al Nasr fields are currently producing in excess of 40,000 
Bopd from the Alif formation. Approximately 400 square kilometers 
of additional 3-D seismic data on the adjacent blocks (including 
coverage of the Dhahab and Al Nasr fields) was acquired through a 
data trade with Jannah Hunt and Occidental Petroleum. The trade 
data is being integrated into the Block S-1 mapping. 

Three new exploration wells and an appraisal well (on the Harmel 
discovery) are planned for the second half of 2002. It is expected
that the first exploration well, Osaylan #1, will commence 
drilling early in September when the mobilization of the drilling 
rig and services is completed. Osaylan #1 will test an Alif 
structure on the Dhahab/Al Nasr trend. The second exploration 
well, An Nagyah #2 will evaluate the An Nagyah structure 
previously drilled by Shell. An Nagyah #1 had an indicated 57 
meters (187 feet) of gas over 8.5 meters (28 feet) of oil in the 
Lam formation. The third exploration well will either appraise 
Osaylan #1, An Nagyah #2 or test one of several other exploration 
prospects identified on the Company's 3-D seismic data base. The 
proposed appraisal well at Harmel #2 has been designed to test and
evaluate the shallow oil zones encountered in Harmel #1. A pilot 
project is planned to complete and equip both the Harmel #1 and #2
for longer term production to determine the feasibility of a 
full-scale commercial development.   

Canada 

At Nevis, the Company is preparing to drill a Leduc reef oil test 
on 100% working interest lands acquired in March 2002. The Nevis 
prospect, defined by 3-D seismic, is targeting in excess of 
500,000 barrels of light oil. In response to increased capital 
budget commitments in Yemen, the Company farmed out a portion of 
the Nevis well, retaining operatorship and a 52% working interest 
before payout (74.5% after payout). The Company expects to 
commence drilling the Nevis well in August, subject to government 
approvals. 

At Morningside, the Company is preparing to drill an exploratory 
shallow gas test (58% working interest) at 6-30 in late August. 
The pipeline tie-in of the 3-28 gas well (100% working interest) 
was deferred pending the results of 6-30. The 3-28 well is 
expected to contribute an additional 100 Boepd of new production 
after the pipeline tie-in is completed prior to the winter heating
season. 

At Morinville the non-operated 31% working interest gas well, 
which commenced production in April at an initial rate of 800 Mcfd
plus liquids, was shut in after five days of production pending 
resolution of offsetting landowner issues. The Operator of the 
well is working with the landowners and the Energy Utilities Board
to resolve the situation. The Operator is optimistic that 
production will resume by the fourth quarter of 2002.  

OPERATING UPDATE 

Production 

In Yemen, production from Tasour averaged 10,955 Bopd (1,513 Bopd 
to TransGlobe) during the second quarter of 2002 compared to 8,472
Bopd (1,170 Bopd to TransGlobe) during the second quarter of 2001.
Production was partially curtailed during the quarter by fluid 
handling capacity, pump changes and facility shut downs while 
modifications were carried out at the Tasour CPF. Production 
averaged 11,672 Bopd (1,612 Bopd to TransGlobe) in May and June 
following completion of the CPF facility expansion in late April. 


Production from Canada averaged 213 Boepd during the second 
quarter of 2002 compared to 248 Boepd during the second quarter of
2001. Production during the quarter was partially curtailed due to
annual gas plant maintenance at Camao and Nevis. In early July, 
gas production at Nevis and Cherhill was shut in for two weeks in 
response to very low Canadian spot gas prices which were below 
$2.00 Cdn/Mcf. Production was restored in mid July as spot gas 
prices stabilized in the $2.50-$3.00 Cdn/Mcf range. The Company 
will continue to monitor spot gas prices and adjust production 
accordingly.  

MANAGEMENT'S DISCUSSION AND ANALYSIS 

Management's discussion and analysis ("MD&A") should be read in 
conjunction with the unaudited interim financial statements for 
the three months and six months ended June 30, 2002 and 2001 and 
the audited financial statements and MD&A for the year ended 
December 31, 2001 included in the Company's annual report. All 
dollar values are expressed in United States dollars unless 
otherwise stated. 

Operating Results 

Net income for the second quarter 2002 was $873,125 ($0.02 per 
share) compared to a net income of $1,034,101 ($0.02 per share) in
2001 with cash flow from operations of $1,951,125 ($0.04 per 
share) compared to $1,805,319 ($0.04 per share) respectively. The 
decrease in net income is primarily a result of increased 
depletion and depreciation expense in Yemen. 

Revenue net of royalties was $2,859,258 for the second quarter 
2002 compared to $2,488,120 for the same period in 2001. In the 
second quarter 2002, revenues net of royalties were $2,564,783 and
$294,475 from Yemen and Canada respectively. In 2001, revenues net
of royalties were $2,012,979 and $475,141 from Yemen and Canada 
respectively. Revenues net of royalties in Yemen increased 27% due
to a 29% increase in production. The average oil price for the 
Company's production in Yemen for the second quarter 2002 was 
$24.56 per barrel compared to $24.67 in the second quarter 2001. 
Oil produced from the Tasour field in Yemen is marketed by Nexen 
Marketing International Ltd. and the oil price is based on an 
average dated Brent price less a quality/transportation 
differential between the dated Brent blend and the Yemen Masila 
crude oil blend. Revenue in Canada decreased due to a 34% decrease
in gas prices, a 9% decrease in oil and liquids price and a 14% 
decrease in production. Gas prices averaged $2.65 per Mcf in 
Canada for the second quarter in 2002 and $4.03 per Mcf for the 
same period in 2001. Oil and liquids prices in Canada averaged 
$21.62 per barrel for the first quarter of 2002 and $23.81 per 
barrel for the same period 2001. 

Operating costs of $464,034 averaged $2.95 per Boe in the second 
quarter of 2002 compared to $329,313 ($2.55 per Boe) in 2001. The 
increase is a result of higher operating costs on Yemen Block 32 
operations associated to increased water handling which averaged 
$2.46 per barrel in the second quarter of 2002 (Canada was $6.47 
per Boe). 

The netback per Boe was $15.25 during the second quarter 2002. The
comparable figure for the same period in 2001 was $16.73 per Boe. 
The decrease in netbacks between periods is primarily due to the 
decrease in oil and gas prices in Canada resulting in 
significantly lower net back in Canada and increased operating 
costs in Yemen and Canada. 

General and administrative expenses were $237,642 for the three 
month period ended June 30, 2002 as compared to $187,467 in the 
comparable period in 2001. The increase is mainly attributed to 
increased professional fees. 

Depletion and depreciation was $1,078,000 for the second quarter 
2002 compared to $755,000 in 2001. The increase is attributable to
the inclusion of significantly more costs in the depletable base 
in Yemen. In Yemen, unproven properties in the amount of 
$9,579,079 were excluded from costs subject to depletion and 
depreciation representing all costs incurred in Block S-1 and a 
portion of the costs on Block 32 relating to exploration not 
directly incurred on the currently producing property. These costs
will be included in the depletable base over the period of the 
development term of 20-25 years as the Blocks become fully 
developed. 

Current income tax for the second quarter 2002 in the amount of 
$234,862 ($182,491 in 2001) represents income taxes incurred and 
paid under the laws of the Republic of Yemen pursuant to the 
Production Sharing Agreement on Block 32. The increase is due to 
increased revenues from Block 32 in Yemen. 

Capital Expenditures 

Capital expenditures were $717,686 and $102,683 in Yemen and 
Canada respectively in the second quarter of 2002. Expenditures in
Yemen on Block 32 were primarily for drilling Asswairy #1, system 
expansions and well workovers at Tasour. Block S-1 expenditures 
were primarily for pre-drilling inventory and associated expenses 
for the 2002 exploration drilling program. 

Canadian capital expenditures in the second quarter of 2002 relate
mainly to production equipment at Cherhill and capitalized 
geological overhead. 

Liquidity and Capital Resources 

TransGlobe expects to fund its capital requirements for the 
balance of 2002 out of working capital, cash flow, debt and equity
financing as may be required. At June 30, 2002, the Company had 
working capital of $2,409,891, a revolving credit facility of 
$Cdn2,500,000 of which $Cdn1,625,000 was drawn and an acquisition 
credit facility of $Cdn2,000,000 to support its capital 
expenditure program. The Company has flexibility in adjusting its 
Canadian capital expenditure program should commodity price 
fluctuations affect cash flows and thus its ability to borrow 
funds. 


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                      CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTS OF OPERATIONS           
                     (Unaudited - Expressed in U.S. Dollars)          
                              Three Months              Six Months    
                             Ended June 30            Ended June 30   
                          2002         2001         2002         2001 
----------------------------------------------------------------------
REVENUE                                                               
Oil and gas revenue
 net of royalties   $2,859,258   $2,488,120   $4,830,330   $4,978,085 
Interest income         35,445        2,320       35,845        4,062 
----------------------------------------------------------------------
                     2,894,703    2,490,440    4,866,175    4,982,147 
----------------------------------------------------------------------
EXPENSES                                                              
Operating              464,034      329,313      876,440      777,832 
General and
 administrative        237,642      187,467      430,545      320,190 
Interest                 7,040        2,068        8,536        4,066 
Depletion and
 depreciation        1,078,000      755,000    1,956,000    1,489,000 
----------------------------------------------------------------------
                     1,786,716    1,273,848    3,271,521    2,591,088 
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Net income before
 income taxes        1,107,987    1,216,592    1,594,654    2,391,059 
Income taxes           234,862      182,491      406,526      351,658 
----------------------------------------------------------------------
NET INCOME FOR THE
 PERIOD                873,125    1,034,101    1,188,128    2,039,401 
DEFICIT, BEGINNING
 OF PERIOD         (17,409,695) (19,781,635) (17,724,698) (20,786,935)
----------------------------------------------------------------------
DEFICIT, END
 OF PERIOD        $(16,536,570)$(18,747,534)$(16,536,570)$(18,747,534)
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Net income per basic
 and diluted share$       0.02 $       0.02 $       0.02 $       0.04 
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                      TRANSGLOBE ENERGY CORPORATION                  
                       Consolidated Balance Sheets                   
                       (Expressed in U.S. Dollars)                   
                                    June 30, 2002  December 31, 2001 
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                                       (Unaudited)                   
ASSETS                                                               
Current                                                              
 Cash                                $  2,473,723       $  1,174,846 
 Accounts receivable                    1,502,464            975,773 
 Prepaid expenses                          70,458             60,687 
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                                        4,046,645          2,211,306 
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Capital assets                                                       
 Canada                                 3,308,333          3,044,746 
.Republic of Yemen                     13,569,756         13,591,437 
---------------------------------------------------------------------
                                     $ 20,924,734       $ 18,847,489 
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LIABILITIES                                                          
Current                                                              
 Accounts payable and accrued
  liabilities                        $    564,996       $    828,959 
Revolving demand loan                   1,071,758                  - 
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                                        1,636,754            828,959 
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Provision for site restoration and
 abandonment                              114,209            106,209 
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                                        1,750,963            935,168 
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SHAREHOLDERS' EQUITY                                                 
Share capital                          35,710,341         35,637,019 
Deficit                               (16,536,570)       (17,724,698)
---------------------------------------------------------------------
                                       19,173,771         17,912,321 
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                                     $ 20,924,734       $ 18,847,489 
---------------------------------------------------------------------


                    CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTS OF CASH FLOWS             
                   (Unaudited - Expressed in U.S. Dollars)            

                               Three Months             Six Months    
                               Ended June 30           Ended June 30  
                             2002        2001        2002        2001 
----------------------------------------------------------------------
CASH FLOWS RELATED TO THE
 FOLLOWING ACTIVITIES:                                                
OPERATING                                                             
Net income              $ 873,125 $ 1,034,101 $ 1,188,128 $ 2,039,401 
Items not involving cash:                                             
Performance bonus expense
 paid in shares                 -      16,218      73,630      16,218 
Depletion and
 depreciation           1,078,000     755,000   1,956,000   1,489,000 
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Cash flow from
 operations             1,951,125   1,805,319   3,217,758   3,544,619 
Change in non-cash
 working capital         (277,005)    290,860    (443,156)    624,652 
----------------------------------------------------------------------
                        1,674,120   2,096,179   2,774,602   4,169,271 
FINANCING                                                             
Issue of share capital          -      22,001        (308)     27,500 
Revolving demand loan   1,071,758     (81,260)  1,071,758     (77,634)
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                        1,071,758     (59,259)  1,071,450     (50,134)
INVESTING                                                             
Purchase of
 capital assets                                                       
Yemen                    (717,686)   (308,789) (1,777,319) (1,059,818)
Canada                   (102,683)   (319,777)   (412,587)   (688,123)
Change in non-cash
 working capital         (256,460)   (417,855)   (357,269) (1,100,085)
----------------------------------------------------------------------
                       (1,076,829) (1,046,421) (2,547,175) (2,848,026)
----------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                      
NET INCREASE IN CASH    1,669,049     990,499   1,298,877   1,271,111 
                                                                      
CASH, BEGINNING OF PERIOD 804,674     345,526   1,174,846      64,914 
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CASH, END OF PERIOD   $ 2,473,723 $ 1,336,025 $ 2,473,723 $ 1,336,025 
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Cash flow per basic
 and diluted share    $      0.04 $      0.04 $      0.06 $      0.07 
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Supplemental Disclosure:                                              
 Cash interest paid   $     7,040 $     2,068 $     8,536 $     4,066 
 Cash taxes paid      $   234,862 $   182,491 $   406,526 $   351,658 
----------------------------------------------------------------------

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Notes to the Consolidated Financial Statement 

1. Basis of presentation 

The interim consolidated financial statements of TransGlobe Energy
Corporation ("TransGlobe" or the "Company") for the three month 
and six month periods ended June 30, 2002 and 2001 have been 
prepared by management in accordance with accounting principles 
generally accepted in Canada on the same basis as the audited 
consolidated financial statements as at and for the year ended 
December 31, 2001, except as outlined in Note 2. These interim 
consolidated financial statements should be read in conjunction 
with the consolidated financial statements and the notes thereto 
in TransGlobe's annual report for the year ended December 31, 
2001. 

2. Change in accounting policies 

Effective January 1, 2002, Canadian accounting standards require 
disclosure of the impact on net earnings of using the fair market 
value method for stock options issued on or after January 1, 2002.


Also effective January 1, 2002, Canadian accounting standards 
require that revolving debt with terms of 364 days or less are to 
be included in current liabilities. The Company's current credit 
facility has therefore been included in current liabilities. There
have been no changes in the terms or conditions of the facility. 

3. Share capital 

The Company is authorized to issue 500,000,000 common shares with 
no par value. 


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Continuity of common shares                             2002          
                                               Shares          Amount 
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Balance, December 31, 2001                 51,244,801    $ 35,637,019 
Stock bonus                                   250,000          73,630 
Private placement, issue costs                      -            (308)
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Balance, June 30, 2002                     51,494,801    $ 35,710,341 
----------------------------------------------------------------------

Continuity of stock options                                           
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Balance, December 31, 2001                                  2,379,500 
Granted                                                     1,400,000 
Exercised                                                           - 
Expired                                                      (155,000)
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Balance, June 30, 2002                                      3,624,500 
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The Company accounts for its stock-based compensation plans using 
the intrinsic-value of the options granted whereby no costs have 
been recognized in the financial statements for stock options 
granted to employees and directors at market values. Effective 
January 1, 2002 under Canadian generally accepted accounting 
principles, the impact of using the fair value method on 
compensation costs and recorded net earnings must be disclosed. If
the fair value method had been used, the Company's net earnings 
per share would approximate the following pro forma amounts (the 
pro forma amounts shown do not include the compensation costs 
associated with stock options granted prior to January 1, 2002): 


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                                  Three Months         Six Months     
                              Ended June 30, 2002  Ended June 30, 2002
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Compensation costs                $  10,000          $    10,000      
                                                                      
Net earnings:
 As reported                      $ 873,125          $ 1,188,128      
 Pro forma                        $ 863,125          $ 1,178,128      
                                                                      
Net earnings per common share                                         
 Basic and diluted
  As reported                     $    0.02          $      0.02      
  Pro forma                       $    0.02          $      0.02      
----------------------------------------------------------------------

The fair value of each option granted on the date of grant using the 
Black-Scholes option-pricing model with weighted average assumptions
for grants is as follows:

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Risk free interest rate (%)                       5.05
Expected lives (years)                            5.00
Expected volatility (%)                          66.35
Dividend per share                                0.00
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4. Per share amounts 

The weighted average number of common shares and diluted common 
shares outstanding during the six months ended June 30, 2002 was 
51,403,641 (2001 - 50,535,332) and 51,952,759 (2001 - 51,238,336),
respectively. 

5. Segmented information 


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                                     Three Months         Six Months  
                                    Ended June 30       Ended June 30 
                                2002       2001        2002       2001
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Oil and gas revenue net
 of royalties                                                         
  Yemen                  $ 2,564,783 $2,012,979 $ 4,337,855 $3,878,411
  Canada                     294,475    475,141     492,475  1,099,674
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                           2,859,258  2,488,120   4,830,330  4,978,085
Operating                                                             
  Yemen                      338,238    231,958     635,515    561,961
  Canada                     125,796     97,355     240,925    215,871
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                             464,034    329,313     876,440    777,832
Depletion and depreciation                                            
  Yemen                      996,000    665,000   1,799,000  1,310,000
  Canada                      82,000     90,000     157,000    179,000
----------------------------------------------------------------------
                           1,078,000    755,000   1,956,000  1,489,000
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Segmented operations       1,317,224  1,403,807   1,997,890  2,711,253
Other income                  35,445      2,320      35,845      4,062
General and administrative   237,642    187,467     430,545    320,190
Interest                       7,040      2,068       8,536      4,066
Income taxes                 234,862    182,491     406,526    351,658
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Net income                 $ 873,125 $1,034,101 $ 1,188,128 $2,039,401
----------------------------------------------------------------------

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6. Subsequent event 

During the quarter, the Company issued a three year letter of 
credit in the amount of $1,500,000 in support of the commitments 
of the second exploration period on Block S-1 in Yemen. This 
letter of credit was secured by a term deposit of an equal amount 
consisting of $750,000 cash and $750,000 borrowed on the Company's
line of credit. This letter of credit will be released upon the 
fulfillment of the remaining Block S-1 Second Period commitments 
(drilling two wells). 

Subsequent to the quarter end, the Company obtained a guarantee 
from Export Development Canada which was issued to the Company's 
banker as security on the issued letter of credit. The term 
deposit security was released to TransGlobe and all bank 
indebtedness was repaid. The Company's obligation to Export 
Development Canada is secured by a first floating charge debenture
(subordinated to the Bank's interest in the Canadian assets and 
first to the foreign assets). 

The above includes certain statements that may be deemed to be 
"forward-looking statements" within the meaning of the US Private 
Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. All statements in this 
release, other than statements of historical facts, that address 
future production, reserve potential, exploration drilling, 
exploitation activities and events or developments that the 
company expects are forward-looking statements. Although 
TransGlobe believes the expectations expressed in such 
forward-looking statements are based on reasonable assumptions, 
such statements are not guarantees of future performance and 
actual results or developments may differ materially from those in
the forward-looking statements. Factors that could cause actual 
results to differ materially from those in forward-looking 
statements include oil and gas prices, exploitation and 
exploration successes, continued availability of capital and 
financing, and general economic, market or business conditions. 

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TransGlobe Energy Corporation
Ross G. Clarkson
President & C.E.O.
(403) 264-9888
(403) 264-9898 (FAX)

or

TransGlobe Energy Corporation
Lloyd W. Herrick
Vice President & C.O.O.
(403) 264-9888
(403) 264-9898 (FAX)
Email: trglobe@trans-globe.com
Website: www.trans-globe.com

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