Habanero to Participate in Oil Sands Prospect in Alberta

Habanero Resources has entered into an agreement to purchase an equity interest in a private company that controls over 10,000 acres of land in the Peace River Oil Sands region of Alberta, Canada. According to a 51-101 compliant reserve report completed by DeGolyer and MacNaughton of Calgary on September 1, 2005, the current possible and probable barrels recoverable are 111,300,000. The property is very close to infrastructure including roads and power, as well there is a pipeline running directly through the property. There is likely a supply of condensate in the area for treating and blending for pipeline sales. The Company is planning a pilot plant for testing the recoverable reserve via Steam Assisted Gravity Drainage (SAGD) and the Company plans to file an application to AEUB for the pilot plant during the 1st quarter of 2006. The Company plans to drill two additional wells as part of its current program and will undertake a 3-D seismic survey of the lands that will enable the Company to re-assess the size and extent of its reserves and administer its pilot project. At this time Habanero has taken an equity interest in the Company, but Habanero may have the option to participate in the development and exploitation of the prospect in the future. There is a finder's fee payable upon closing of this transaction subject to regulatory approval.

According to the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers web site, "Production from Canada's vast oil sands reserves now exceeds 1 million barrels per day and is forecast to increase to 2.7 million barrels per day by 2015. Reserves exceed 175 billion barrels of economically viable oil. With current technology, Canada's oil sands are second only to Saudi Arabia in global oil reserves. Capital spending on both in situ areas (too deep to mine) and mining projects in the oil sands totaled more than $28 billion U.S. from 1996 to 2004. Canadian companies will spend close to $7 billion U.S. on oil sands capital investment in 2005. There are close to 35 projects in the planning or expansion process.''

Jason Gigliotti, President of Habanero Resources stated, "This may turn out to be the most important investments within the oil and gas industry that Habanero has ever made. The oil sands is such an enormous resource that is really just beginning to be brought into focus due to the significant increases in the price of both oil and gas in the past year. For us to be able to participate at such an early stage is the key. If over the next few years this investment proves up, it will easily be the key to the future growth of Habanero. Due to the fact that Habanero has such a small market capitalization, this was realistically the only entry Habanero could make into this world-class multi-billion dollar oil region.''