Typhoon Exploration Inc.

Typhoon Exploration Inc.

November 10, 2009 10:00 ET

Typhoon Intersects 2,12 g/t Au Over 30,0 Meters at Fayolle

LAVAL, QUEBEC, CANADA--(Marketwire - Nov. 10, 2009) - Typhoon Exploration Inc (TSX VENTURE:TYP) announces the new and very promising results which have intersected a new auriferous mineralized zone(Junior Showing) probably associated to the Fayolle Deposit , owned 100% by Typhoon, which contains 188,000 ounces of gold of inferred categories (Press Release of January 19 and February 21, 2007)


Located in the south west area, approximately 230 meters from the Fayolle Deposit, DDH FA-09-01 has intersected 2,12 g/t Au over 30,0 m. including 3,81 g/t Au over 5 meters and 4,77 g/t Au over 7,0 m. This hole had for objective to verify the near surface (35 meters) extension of an auriferous zone that was previously intersected by DDH FA-08-13 which had revealed 10,84 g/t Au over 19,0 m (Press Release of June 3, 2008). DDH FA-09-03 intersected 2,43 g/t Au over 8,0 m (13 g/t Au over 1,0 m) and was testing the western lateral extension in more than 120 metres under the surface. The above mentionned drill holes show that the mineralization can be followed laterally and at depth in the western area and over 230 meters from the Fayolle Deposit.

To date, the drillings completed on Fayolle, between the Aiguebelle-Goldfield and mc Donald Showings cover a zone of approximately 1250 meters by 300 meters with a depth of 250 meters. (see location map at the following address: http://media3.marketwire.com/docs/Typhoon_BIL_1110.pdf)

Mr. David Mc Donald, President and Chief Officer, states that "The mineralized auriferous zone located southwest of the Fayolle Deposit represents a priority target that will be systematically explored. The discovery of this new mineralization confirms that our approach is well founded, and demonstrates that the exploration potential at depth is related to an auriferous structural network which is controlled by the Porcupine-Destor Fault. In the nearby mining camp, several economic deposits were found to extend as deep as 1,000 meters. Moreover, the lateral extension of the mineralization is observed within the first vertical 200 meters, and we remain very enthusiastic in pursuing with follow-up work on this recent drill intersection and new mineralization".

A geoscientific compilation covering the whole property is in progress. A synthesis and technical evaluation NI 43-101 report will follow in November 2009. The report will include the results of this recent and new compilation with adequate work recommendations and budget for the coming year. A scoping study with a bulk sample and ramp access will also be planned, permitting the evaluation of gold extraction, recovery, metallurgical and thematic studies in order to better characterized the ore before any mining is realized.

The Fayolle and Faille 1 (34,39km2) properties are located in the Rouyn-Noranda mining camp in the province of Quebec. It is straddling the Porcupine-Destor Fault, world class structure parallel to the Cadillac Fault. Typhoon Exploration controls 15 kilometers of this famous structural metallotect (Porcupine-Destor Fault) which also hosts very favourable geological metallogenic features, deposits and mineral occurrences.

Please note:

The mining facilities of the Doyon Gold mine (570,000 ounces of inferred gold resources) and the Westwood project (3,154,000 ounces of inferred gold resources) are located at approximately 20km from the Fayolle Deposit. (Source IAMGOLD Corporation)

The FA-09-02 holes intersected some anomalous gold values while the FA-09-04 intersect 1,3 g/t Au over 1,5 meters.

Mr. Daniel Gaudreault, P. Eng. Geol (OIQ), is the Qualified Person that has prepared and supervised the herabove Press Release according to the NI 43-101 required standards.

The common shares of Typhoon Exploration are listed on the Venture Stock Exchange under the symbol "TYP".

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