International Enexco Commissions Pre-Feasibility Study on the

Contact Copper Project, Nevada 
FOR: International Enexco Limited 
August 21, 2008 
International Enexco Commissions Pre-Feasibility Study on the Contact Copper 
Project, Nevada 
28,400 Metres of New Drilling to be Incorporated into Updated Resource 
Calculation - Expansion and Infill Drilling Continues 
VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwire - Aug. 21, 2008) - International 
Enexco (TSX VENTURE:IEC) announced today it has retained Gustavson Associates, 
LLC of Boulder, Colorado to prepare an updated mineral resource estimate 
incorporating 28,400 metres (m) of new drilling and a Pre-Feasibility Study on 
Enexco's copper project at Contact, Nevada. Gustavson Associates will 
initially focus on the copper oxide mineralization in the Phase 1 drilling area 
with an eye towards an open pit heap leach operation using solvent 
extraction-electrowinning (SX-EW) to produce cathode copper on-site. The 
Pre-Feasibility Study is expected to be completed by Q1-09 upon conclusion of 
drilling currently underway in the Phase 2 area, and metallurgical tests, which 
are being completed at Resource Development Inc. in Wheat Ridge Colorado. 
Arnold Armstrong, President & CEO, commented, "We are pleased to have 
advanced the project to the stage where Enexco has commissioned a detailed, 
Pre-Feasibility Study for Contact. This is a significant milestone on 
Enexco's path to production." 
Enexco is working to develop the Contact project as an open pit, heap leach 
operation, amenable to shallow oxide copper mineralization in the Phase 1 and 2 
areas. The operation will use low cost solvent extraction-electrowinning to 
produce a readily saleable cathode copper product. Enexco continues to work to 
expand the Phase 1 and 2 areas oxide mineralization, as well as explore the 
deeper sulfide mineralization in the Contact area. 
The initial work will focus on the copper oxide mineralization in the Phase 1 
area, where a 4,680m drilling program was completed in 2007 (see March 17, 2008 
press release). Oxide mineralization was found in all holes, including EN-2 
(36m of 0.35% Cu), EN-3 (55m of 0.31% Cu), EN-4 (70m of 0.31% Cu), EN-6 (93m of 
0.34% Cu), EN-8 (64m of 0.45% Cu), EN-11 (62m of 0.42% Cu), EN-13 (59m of 0.36% 
Cu) and EN-15 (48m of 0.63% Cu). The Phase 1 drilling is within an area of 
about 475m along strike of the historic Delano vein. 
Since completing the first 18 holes in the Phase 1 area, drilling has been 
ongoing at the site with two company-owned and operated core drills. Another 24 
holes totaling 6,500m have been drilled in the Phase 1 area for in-fill 
purposes and to obtain material for metallurgical testing. West of the Phase 1 
area, the Company's Phase 2 area drilling program is nearing completion, 
where, so far, another 70 holes and 17,300m have been drilled. The Phase 2 area 
drilling has potential to extend the copper oxide mineralization from the Phase 
1 area west another 850m along strike. Surface exposures show the 
mineralization is open along strike west of the Phase 2 area for at least 
another 1500m. Permitting for a subsequent phase of drilling is underway to 
test the westward extension. Drilling has also begun in the Phase 3 area south 
of Phase 2, centered around the deep, high-grade sulfide mineralization in 
drill hole PD-4. 
Enexco is well financed with approximately $14M in the treasury, to carry out 
the current work that is leading to a technical/feasibility study of the 
Contact project scheduled for completion in 2009. The Company has 21,086,441 
shares issued and on a fully diluted basis would have 22,621,441 shares 
Gustavson Associates, LLC, located in Boulder, Colorado is a global consulting 
firm providing geological, engineering, and environmental services on all 
aspects of natural resource evaluations, including mineral resources and 
reserves estimation, project financing, due diligence, feasibility studies, 
appraisals and valuations, and qualified person reports. Gustavson is majority 
owned by Walsh Environmental Scientists and Engineers, whose parent company is 
Ecology and Environment, Inc. (AMEX:EEI) Resource Development Inc. (RDi) in 
Wheat Ridge, Colorado, provides mineral processing research. RDi's 
specific experience in copper leaching offers a systematic and cost-effective 
approach to SX-EW projects. 
Enexco is a Canadian based advanced exploration company headquartered in 
Vancouver, B.C. In addition to its 100% owned Contact Copper Resource Property, 
the Company is exploring other prospective areas of Nevada, and has a strategic 
alliance with Cameco Corporation (35%), International Enexco (30%) and UEM Inc. 
(35%) to jointly develop the High-Grade Mann Lake Uranium Project located in 
the Athabasca Basin in Saskatchewan. Cameco is operator of the Mann Lake 
Uranium Project. 
For further information on all of Enexco's projects, visit our website at: 
International Enexco Limited
Paul McKenzie
(604) 669-8368
(604) 642-2629 
The TSX Venture Exchange does not accept responsibility for the adequacy or 
accuracy of this release. 
INDUSTRY:  Manufacturing and Production - Mining and Metals 
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