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EX-WORKERS ELIGIBLE FOR TRADE ACT BENEFITS

Former workers of Coastal Oil and Gas Corporation engaged in employment related to the exploration for and production of crude oil and natural gas in Utah have been certified as eligible for Federal Trade Act benefits, according to Tom Nordstrom, manager of the Roosevelt Job Service office.

The benefits are available to Coastal workers laid off on or after June 21, 1991, and before Aug. 7, 1994. These benefits include Trade Acts unemployment insurance payments, job search and relocation allowances, and payment of approved training.Trade-affected workers filing for weekly Trade Act unemployment insurance payments must be enrolled in training or have a waiver of the training enrollment requirements in order to receive the payments.