Lexington Begins Production from Bryce #3-2 CBM Well

Lexington Resources reports that the Bryce #3-2 Coal Bed Methane ("CBM") gas well has resulted in initial flow rates of 500 to 600 thousand cubic feet per day from the Hartshorne Coal target producing zone. The well feeds directly into the prospect's existing pipeline infrastructure to provide immediate gas sales. Although gas quality is not yet determined, management estimates that gas quality will be similar to the Company's successful Kellster 1-5 and Kyndal #2-2 wells that average approximately 0.94 to 0.95 BTU factor gas. Well completion follows the successful drilling of the horizontal gas well to vertical depths of approximately 2,400 feet with an approximate 2,000 foot horizontally drilled section.

The Bryce #3-2 well is the third of four to five horizontal gas wells that are to be drilled on the Company's Wagnon lease located in Pittsburg County, Oklahoma. The well is undergoing dewatering processes predictable to CBM gas wells that can incline in production once dewatering phases expose further gas producing reservoir rock.

Next Drilling Targets: Site preparations are currently being made for the upcoming drilling of the Company's fourth Wagnon lease well. Drilling plans and preparations are also in progress in anticipation of drilling on the Company's Coal Creek prospect.