Fieldex intersects 1.10% TREO (40% HREO + Y2O3) over 19.55 metres at surface in Kipawa

Fieldex intersects 1.10% TREO (40% HREO + Y2O3) over 19.55 metres at surface 
in Kipawa 
ROUYN-NORANDA, QC, April 24, 2012 /CNW Telbec/ - Fieldex Exploration Inc. 
(TSXV: FLX) (Frankfurt: F7E) is pleased to announce the results of its 
recently-completed seven diamond drill-hole campaign on its Lac Sairs project 
in Kipawa. The Lac Sairs project is located in the Kipawa alcalin complex, 1.7 
kilometres from Matamec Explorations Inc.'s Kipawa REE—Yttrium—Zirconium 
deposit, located 100 kilometres northeast of North Bay, Ontario, in 
northwestern Québec, near the Québec-Ontario border. 
The 1,334m drilling program, which began on January25, 2012 and was 
completed on February21, 2012, intersected altered Rare Earth Element (REE) 
zones, approximately 150m south of a sub-parallel 3.3kilometre-long 
magnetic anomaly, oriented E-W and identified from a magnetic ground survey 
completed in February 2011. From west (LS-10-19) to the east (LS-10-22), along 
1.1 kilometres, an REE zone, south of the magnetic anomaly, shows a 
progressive enrichment of the REE values. These REE values appear to be 
included along a parastratigraphic altered zone which cuts granitic gneiss, 
quartz monzonite and/or quartz syenite. The east-west magnetic anomaly, east 
of hole LS-12-22, crosses the entire Lac Sairs property along 2.2 kilometres. 
No holes were historically drilled along the south vicinity of this anomaly 
and a potential extension of the REE zone could be open to the east of Hole 
LS-12- 22 if the magnetic anomaly is associated with this REE zone. 
2012 Kipawa Lac Sairs HREO-Y-Zr Project Diamond Drill Program 
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|Hole No |From (m)|To (m)|Width |ZrO2 |TREO+Y203 |HREO+Y2O3/TREO+Y2O3 |
|        |        |      | (m)  | (%) |   (%)    |        (%)         |
|________|________|______|______|_____|__________|____________________|
|LS-12-16|  15.90 |18.80 | 2.90 |1.24 |    0.24  |           33.28    |
|________|________|______|______|_____|__________|____________________|
|LS-12-17|  13.00 |25.70 |12.70 |1.12 |    0.20  |           29.30    |
|________|________|______|______|_____|__________|____________________|
|LS-12-18| 119.95 |120.45| 0.50 |2.39 |    1.16  |           10.50    |
|________|________|______|______|_____|__________|____________________|
|LS-12-19|  12.75 |26.05 |13.30 |0.60 |    0.15  |           32.43    |
|________|________|______|______|_____|__________|____________________|
|LS-12-20|  13.00 |114.85|101.85|0.51 |    0.15  |           26.83    |
|________|________|______|______|_____|__________|____________________|
|  Incl. |  40.50 |67.00 | 26.5 |0.93 |    0.24  |           28.08    |
|________|________|______|______|_____|__________|____________________|
|LS-12-21|  14.10 |93.00 |78.90 |0.65 |    0.19  |           32.51    |
|________|________|______|______|_____|__________|____________________|
|  Incl. |  36.15 |52.40 |16.25 |0.63 |    0.55  |           31.46    |
|________|________|______|______|_____|__________|____________________|
|LS-12-22|  10.45 |66.85 |56.40 |1.03 |    0.45  |           39.79    |
|________|________|______|______|_____|__________|____________________|
|  Incl. |  10.45 |30.00 |19.55 |1.03 |    1.10  |           40.33    |
|________|________|______|______|_____|__________|____________________|
|  Incl. |  14.90 |17.10 | 2.20 |1.38 |    8.34  |           34.54    |
|________|________|______|______|_____|__________|____________________|
|Light rare earths (LREO) = La(2)O(3) to Nd(2)O(3), Intermediate rare |
|earths (IREO) =Sm(2)O(3) to Gd(2)O(3), Heavy rare earths (HREO) = Tb |
|(2)O(3) to Lu(2)O(3).                                                |
|                                                                     |
|TREO = LREO + IREO + HREO + Y(2)O(3)                                 |
|_____________________________________________________________________| 
The Kipawa region has considerable momentum at present. Fieldex's 
recently-drilled hole LS-12-22 confirms that the Kipawa Lac Sairs project 
hosts significant and enriched HREO zones and zirconium mineralization at the 
surface. In addition, Matamec Explorations Inc. reported in its press release 
dated January30, 2012 robust economics in its preliminary economic 
assessment study with a $600M net present value and signed a memorandum of 
understanding with Toyota Tsusho for its Kipawa HREE project. "This is very 
encouraging news because of the close proximity of Fieldex's Kipawa Lac Sairs 
project to Matamec's Kipawa deposit" said MartinDallaire, Fieldex's 
President and Chief Executive Officer. 
Quality Assurance / Quality Control 
Fieldex has implemented and adheres to a strict Quality Assurance/Quality 
Control program which includes one REE mineralized standard, one duplicate and 
one blank for each batch of samples. Assay samples are taken from drill core 
sawed in half with one-half sent to a commercial laboratory and the other half 
retained for future reference. Analyses are performed by ALS Chemex, Val-d'Or, 
Québec, an accredited laboratory. Particular attention was paid to the 8.34% 
TREO+Y2O3 zone in the LS-12-22 Hole. This zone has been analysed separately 
from the other samples and two REE standards, one Zr standard, one blank and 
one duplicate have been added to the sample batch. 
Qualified Person 
The drilling program was carried out under the supervision of Robert 
Sansfaçon, geologist and qualified person as per National Instrument 43-101 
Standards of Disclosure for Mineral Projects. 
About Fieldex: 
Fieldex is a mineral resource company actively exploring for base and 
strategic group metal deposits all located in Quebec, Canada, representing 
over 600 km². Quadra FNX Mining Company owns 6,500,000 shares of Fieldex. 
Fieldex has 68,109,018 shares outstanding. 
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Martin Dallaire, eng President & Chief Executive Officer Tel.: (819) 762-0609 
Fax: (819) 762-0097 
mdallaire@fieldexexploration.com www.fieldexexploration.com 
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CO: FIELDEX EXPLORATION INC.
ST: Quebec
NI: MNG FIELD  
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