Greencastle Alberta Oil Lease Extension Approved

Greencastle Alberta Oil Lease Extension Approved 
TORONTO, ONTARIO -- (Marketwired) -- 10/22/13 -- Greencastle
Resources Ltd. ("Greencastle" or the "Company") (TSX VENTURE:VGN) is
pleased to report that Alberta's Department of Energy has extended
the term on the 640-acre petroleum and natural gas (P&NG) lease at
Spirit River, NW Alberta, held 50-50 by Greencastle Resources Ltd.
and its partner, Softrock Minerals Ltd., to June 11, 2015.  
Over the past few weeks, Tourmaline Oil Corp., through its operating
subsidiary Exshaw Oil Corp., has applied to the Alberta government
for altered spacing units that will permit horizontal well
completions in the Charlie Lake formation in the sections offsetting
to the south and southwest of Greencastle's lease.  
Interest has been steadily increasing in the area. At the last
Alberta government sale, a 640-acre parcel of similar P&NG rights
directly offsetting Greencastle's lease to the north sold for over
$900,000, while another parcel of one-half section at the same sale
directly adjoining to the southeast went for in excess of $200,000. 
Commenting on these developments, Anthony Roodenburg, Greencastle CEO
stated: "Activity and land prices have picked up smartly in the area
and we are in discussions with several parties regarding development
of this section. Our land is now essentially surrounded by new
production or recently purchased land holdings. Our discussions are
focused on bringing in a partner to drill, allowing Greencastle to
hold an overriding royalty similar to the revenue model we have at
Primate in Saskatchewan."   
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Greencastle Resources Ltd.
Anthony Roodenburg
(416) 367-4571 x 233
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