Stratic Energy Corporation - Bati Eskikale - 1 exploration well



    CALGARY and LONDON, Oct. 1 /CNW/ - Stratic Energy Corporation (TSX
Venture: 'SE', AIM 'SE.') ("Stratic" or the "Company") is pleased to announce
that operations have commenced at the Bati Eskikale-1 exploration well, in the
Black Sea, offshore Turkey.
    The Bati (west) Eskikale-1 well will test a prospect to the west of the
existing Akcakoca discovery. The prospect lies along the same structural trend
as the Akcakoca discovery, and is approximately 5.5 kilometers to the west
northwest of the Akcakoca-3 well. The well is targeting the same stacked pay
sands in the Eocene Kusuri formation that that contain the gas reservoirs
throughout the project area.
    The well will be drilled by the Atwood Southern Cross semi-submersible
rig. Stratic's interest in the well is 12.25%.

    The TSX Venture Exchange does not accept responsibility for the adequacy
or accuracy of this release. Stratic's Chief Operating Officer, Dr Mark
Bilsland BSc (geology), PhD (petroleum petrophysics), and member of the SPE,
is the qualified person who has reviewed and approved the technical
information in this announcement for the purposes of the AIM Rules for
Companies (incorporating the Guidance Note for Mining, Oil and Gas Companies).





For further information:

For further information: Peter Thomas, Chief Financial Officer, +44 20
77667900; Mark Bilsland, Chief Operating Officer, +44 20 77667900; Patrick
d'Ancona, M: Communications, +44 20 7153 1547; Canadian Investor Relations:
Roger Fullerton, (952) 929-7243, Email: roger.fullerton@straticenergy.com;
Website: www.straticenergy.com

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