Geospatial Holdings subsidiary contracts with El Paso Electric Co.

Pittsburgh, November 23, 2009 — Geospatial Holdings unit Utility Services and Consulting Corp., entered into a multi-year contract with El Paso Electric Co.

The contract is to provide utility location and mapping services throughout portions of New Mexico and Texas.

The initial term of the contract is for two years with options for three additional one year extensions. Revenue to Geospatial over the full term of the contract is projected to reach $1.7 million.

El Paso Electric generates and distributes electricity through an interconnected system to about 363,000 customers in west Texas and southern New Mexico.

Work on this multi-year contract began today. The unit-price pipeline location contract covers El Paso Energy’s service territory, which follows the Rio Grande Valley from the Texas/Mexico border northward for approximately seventy miles including parts of Texas and New Mexico.

Mark A. Smith, Geospatial’s CEO said, “I’m delighted with the successes that Geospatial and USCC are experiencing in the Southwest. In the past several weeks USCC has announced multi-year contracts with Qwest Communications, Excel Energy and now El Paso Electric. I believe that we have reached a tipping point in our market penetration and we are looking to rapidly expand these relationships across the USA.”

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Geospatial Holdings contracts with Qwest in New Mexico

Pittsburgh, October 22, 2009 — Geospatial Holdings entered into a contract with Qwest Corp. to provide utility locating services throughout the state of New Mexico.

Work on this five year unit-price contract is scheduled to begin November 20, 2009.

Utility Services and Consulting Corp. was purchased from Dennis E. Dickenson. Dennis remains as President/CEO of USCC.

Dickenson stated, “I am excited to have joined such a “cutting-edge” infrastructure technology company as Geospatial. This contract and our new association with Geospatial will position us as a major player in the infrastructure management industry throughout New Mexico.”

Mark A. Smith, Geospatial’s CEO stated, “We intend to leverage the great opportunity we have with the addition of Dennis, Utility Services and Consulting Corp. and our new relationship with Qwest to greatly expand our presence in the Southwestern U.S.”

Smith added, “We will greatly accelerate this expansion by providing USCC with additional technologies and services to offer to their current clients, such as our Smart Probe Pipeline Mapping Technologies and our GeoUnderground Web-based GIS Portal.”

Geospatial Holdings unit, Geospatial Mapping Systems, uses proprietary technologies to determine the accurate location and position of underground pipelines, conduits and other underground infrastructure data. This technology enables Geospatial to create accurate three-dimensional digital maps and models of all underground infrastructure.

GeoUnderground, the company’s geographic information system (GIS) database enables users to view and use this 3D pipeline mapping information securely from any desktop, laptop or PDA such as a BlackBerry or an iPhone.

GeoUnderground seamlessly integrates with all known technologies gathering above-ground geo-referenced digital information and all standard GIS databases.

Licensed users, for the first time, have available to them a suite of technologies allowing them to collect data and create highly accurate 3D maps and models of both above-ground and below-ground infrastructure and view and share this information in a secure manner with their peers and associates anywhere in the world through a conventional browser via the Internet.

Geospatial provides proprietary data acquisition technologies that accurately locate and map underground and above ground infrastructure assets such as pipelines and surface features via its GeoUnderground web-based portal.