Grove Completes US $15 Million Financing

Grove Energy Limited (TSX-V & AIM: GRV), the oil and gas exploration company with its primary assets in Europe and the Mediterranean Margin, has closed the previously announced US$15 million private placement of subordinated convertible notes (the "Notes"). The financing was underwritten by RAB Capital plc's Energy Funds ("RAB"). Westwind Partners (UK) Limited ("Westwind") and Mirabaud Securities Limited ("Mirabaud") acted as agents for this transaction. Net proceeds, after fees and expenses of the financing, are estimated to be US$14.5 million (C$16.2 million). RAB is to receive an underwriting fee of US$60,000. Westwind and Mirabaud are entitled to aggregate commissions equal to 2.5% in respect of the first US$11 million raised under the Note financing; and a commission of 3.0% in respect of the remaining US$4 million raised under the Note financing.

The Notes have a maturity of five years and bear an 8.75% annual coupon payable half-yearly. The principal amount of the Notes may be converted into common shares of Grove at a price of C$1.00 per common share:

	    (a)    at the holder's election; and
	    (b)    at Grove's election, if the weighted average price of common
	           shares on the TSX Venture Exchange ("TSX-V") is C$1.70 or greater
	           for a period of 25 consecutive days.

Interest may be paid in common shares or cash during the first year of the term of the Notes at Grove's election and in subsequent years at the holder's election. Common shares issued, if any, in respect of interest will be issued for an amount that equates to a 10% discount to the 30-day weighted average price of common shares on the TSX-V preceding the coupon payment date. The Notes are subordinate to permitted encumbrances including, among others, any banking facilities or other debt entered into to develop Grove's properties and are secured by a general charge over Grove's assets.

The Notes and the underlying common shares are subject to four month hold periods, pursuant to Canadian securities laws, expiring on 14 September 2006.

Glenn Whiddon, CEO, commented that: "We welcome RAB's continued support and its creative input. Both Mirabaud and Westwind provided valuable assistance with this transaction. The net proceeds of the financing will be used to advance our exploration and development programs."