SOURCE: Force Energy Corp.

Force Energy Corp.

August 25, 2011 09:10 ET

Force Energy Corp. Announces Exploration Program Update

DENVER, CO--(Marketwire - Aug 25, 2011) - Force Energy Corp. (OTCBB: FORC) (FRANKFURT: FC2) (hereafter "Force", "the Company"), a junior Lithium and Rare Earths mineral exploration company, is pleased to update shareholders on the Phase One exploration program conducted on the Company's Zoro 1 property in west-central Manitoba, Canada.

The objectives of this exploration program were to review historic ore reserves, identify and potentially expand the known mineralized area on the property, and determine economic potential of the spodumene-bearing dykes delineated on the property.

The original exploration plan was to identify and sample the main target, a pegmatite-hosted deposit of Lithium-bearing mineralization that is exposed at surface, where historic exploration determined a resource of over 1.7 million tons of lithium at 0.945%. In addition to exploring the main dyke, the exploration team located the additional seven trenches that had historically been noted on the Zoro 1 claim and produced a geologic map of each trench. Once areas of interest were located, the crew cleaned out the trenches and used a pick and shovel method to look at rocks to find pegmatite. They then took channel samples using a rock saw on historic trenches hosting pegmatite.

While exploring the main and additional seven dykes on the project area the crew identified several additional trenches that had not been noted in previous exploration programs. These findings suggest a potential for a greater amount of resource to be spread across the property, and give further encouragement for more detailed exploration.

Altogether 170 channel samples have been sent for assay at Activation Laboratories in Ancaster, Ontario. The samples will be analyzed to confirm historical lithium assays, and to assess the pegmatite for rare earth elements, gold, rubidium, niobium, tantalum, tin, tungsten, and beryllium, all of which add to the prospectivity and economic viability of the Zoro 1 property. The analytical approach will be broad as we look at samples for these value-added minerals.

Once the results of analytical testing have been received the Company will compile a technical report based on this exploration program and determine next steps for development of the property.

About Activation Laboratories (ActLabs)
The ActLabs Group of Companies provides contract analytical services covering all aspects of analysis from academic research applications to routine quality control functions.

ActLabs provides services to many fields, including Geochemical, Petroleum, Industrial Minerals, Forensic, Pharmaceutical & Clinical, Environmental & Occupational Health, Agricultural and Materials Testing areas.

About Force Energy Corp.
Force Energy Corporation (FORC) is a Lithium, Rare Earth and Hydrocarbon Exploration and Development Company based in Denver, Colorado.

Force Energy plans to explore and develop its Zoro 1 Lithium property located in the Snow Lake area of west-central Manitoba, Canada. Drill-indicated lithium mineralization on our Zoro 1 property coupled with data from channel samples in one blasted trench gives a historic total undiluted tonnage of 1,727,550 tons grading 0.945% Lithium dioxide.

Force Energy also maintains a 50% working interest in the Hayter Well, a Hydrocarbon well located in Alberta, Canada.

Force Energy Corporation's shares are publicly traded on the OTCBB under the ticker symbol FORC.

On behalf of the Board of Directors
"Mr. Tim DeHerrera"

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