Investor FAQs

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What is Contango's stock symbol?

Contango is listed on the NYSE American Stock Exchange under the symbol “MCF.”

How can I buy shares in Contango?

Shares of Contango are publicly traded and can be purchased through any licensed securities brokerage firms. Contango does not have a direct stock purchase plan.

How can I change the name or address on my stockholder account or stock certificate?

If your Contango stock is held in an account with a stockbroker or other custodian, you should contact that firm. If you hold shares directly in your name, you should contact the transfer agent directly at:

Continental Stock Transfer & Trust Co
1 State Street, 30th Floor
New York, NY 10004-1561
212-509-4000
cstmail@continentalstock.com
www.continentalstock.com
How do I replace a lost or stolen stock certificate?

You should contact the transfer agent directly at:

Continental Stock Transfer & Trust Co
1 State Street, 30th Floor
New York, NY 10004-1561
212-509-4000
cstmail@continentalstock.com
www.continentalstock.com
How do I transfer my shares to another party?

You should contact the transfer agent directly at:

Continental Stock Transfer & Trust Co
1 State Street, 30th Floor
New York, NY 10004-1561
212-509-4000
cstmail@continentalstock.com
www.continentalstock.com
How can I get additional information on Contango Oil Gas, and why doesn't Contango have an Investor Relations department?

One of the ways in which Contango strives for profitability is by keeping its general and administrative costs low. Thus, our choice of e-mail as the preferred means to communicate with our stockholders. We put a lot of effort into developing and maintaining an informative and hopefully interesting web page. Any investor relation queries should be directed to (713) 236-7400.

Since we don't have the resources for one on one conversations with our stockholders, our press releases and 10-Q's will contain all of the news and information we consider relevant to Contango, and all are accessible on this web site. You will, of course, be mailed an annual report on Form 10-K and a proxy each fall before our annual shareholders meeting.