Lexington Acquires Added CBM Prospects

Lexington Resources has successfully completed negotiations to option approximately 2,500 acres in 5 sections of the Coal Creek CBM Prospect located in Hughes and Pittsburg Counties, in the State of Oklahoma. The Coal Creek Prospect, comprised of approximately 10,240 gross acres in the area of mutual interest ("AMI"), targets Pennsylvanian Desmoinesian age Hartshorne coals as the primary producing reservoir that have coals ranked in the medium to high volatile bituminous category known for CBM production. The Company plans for drilling of further horizontal wells into the coal seams located on the prospect.

The acquisition will increase current drillable inventory by as much as a further 20 wells, based on 160 acre spacing. An offsetting CBM well drilled recently in proximity to the AMI is currently producing approximately 400 MCF/gas per day. Lexington Resources is in negotiations for additional tracts of acreage capable of CBM production in Oklahoma's Arkoma basin.