Sola Resource Corp.

Sola Resource Corp.

September 25, 2007 17:55 ET

Sola Resource Corp.: Drill Program and Exploration in Rondonia, Brazil Pushes Ahead

- Drill program on Carolina kimberlite expanding - Drilling of ground-based geophysical anomalies commenced - The Carolina kimberlite is part of a larger, elongate volcanic system

CALGARY, ALBERTA--(Marketwire - Sept. 25, 2007) - Sola Resource Corp. (the "Company") (TSX VENTURE:SL) (OTCBB:SOLAF) continues with its drill program on the diamondiferous Carolina kimberlite body and on nearby ground-based geophysical targets near Espigao d'Oeste in the State of Rondonia, NW Brazil.

To date, 8 HQ diamond-drill holes (C-001 to C-008) have been completed. All of these holes intersected diatremic kimberlite. The kimberlite exhibits some 4 variant lithologies, resulting from various eruptive/irruptive cycles, which augmented the volcanic system. Another nine holes are now being drilled on the Carolina kimberlite, using the second, newly mobilized, larger drill. The data from these new holes and from others planned for the near future will facilitate the ongoing synthesis of the 3-dimensional model of the kimberlite body. The smaller, more mobile diamond-drill rig has been mobilized to test a series of exploration targets, the first being a Magnetic-EM ground-based geophysical anomaly, which was identified just to the SE of the Carolina kimberlite. The first angled drill hole (CR-001) on this anomaly intersected 4 metres of fresh kimberlite cutting granitic rocks. This and the geophysical data infer that the Carolina kimberlite is part of a larger linear eruptive/irruptive system, which trends NW-SE across the property. A second hole (CR-002), from the same set-up is now being drilled to test the new kimberlite extension at depth.

The latest drilling has shown that the Carolina kimberlite is not an isolated entity, but one part of a larger, elongated eruptive/irruptive system. Above all, these new data have clearly demonstrated the efficacy of the ground-based geophysical Magnetic- and EM-surveys.

Prof. Roger D. Morton B.Sc., Ph.D., P.Geol. (Alta), a qualified person for the purpose of National Instrument 43-101, has reviewed and verified the contents of this news release.

We seek safe harbor.


Thomas Kovacs, President

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