ZaZa Energy Corporation Announces Initial Production Rate from the Boening A-1H Well

  ZaZa Energy Corporation Announces Initial Production Rate from the Boening
  A-1H Well

Business Wire

HOUSTON -- February 14, 2013

ZaZa Energy Corporation (NASDAQ: ZAZA) today announced an initial production
rate for the Company's Boening A-1H (the “Boening”) horizontal well located on
its Sweet Home prospect in DeWitt County, Texas.

ZaZa Energy Corporation disclosed today that the Boening was drilled to a
total measured depth of 18,797 feet, with a 5,163 foot effective lateral
section. Under controlled flowback, initial production rates of ~669 barrels
of oil equivalent per day (Boe/d), or 264 barrels of oil and 2,434 MCF of
natural gas, on a 12/64” choke, were achieved. From a four point test
analysis, an absolute open flow rate of 1020 Boe/d, or 420 barrels of oil and
3,600 MCF of natural gas were calculated.

Commenting on today’s announcement, Todd A. Brooks, President & CEO of ZaZa
Energy Corporation stated, “We are very pleased with the initial results from
our Boening well. Today’s results enable ZaZa to be confident in its Sweet
Home prospect and we can now move from proof of concept to the development of
this acreage. As such, we have made the strategic decision to pursue a
straightforward cash and carry joint venture, with flexibility regarding
operations for the prospect. ZaZa has high-graded its Sweet Home acreage into
12 tier one developmental units and we look forward to spudding our next well
in DeWitt County.”

About ZaZa Energy Corporation

Headquartered in Houston, Texas, with offices in Corpus Christi, Texas and
Paris, France, ZaZa Energy Corporation is a publicly-traded exploration and
production company with primary assets in the Eagle Ford and Eaglebine
resource plays in Texas. More information about the Company may be found at

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