Hathor Exploration Limited

Hathor Exploration Limited

July 11, 2007 11:36 ET

Martin Glynn Joins Hathor's Advisory Board

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwire - July 11, 2007) - Hathor Exploration Limited (TSX VENTURE:HAT) is pleased to announce that Martin Glynn has been appointed to Hathor's advisory board and will be one of management's nominees for the position of director at the Company's next annual general meeting slated for September, 2007.

"Mr. Glynn is an extremely strong addition to our team," remarked Mathew Mason, Chairman of Hathor. "As recently retired CEO of HSBC Bank USA and Canada, Martin brings a wealth of knowledge and experience as well as a strategic network that will greatly assist Hathor in achieving its corporate objectives."

Mr. Glynn retired from 24 years of service at HSBC at the end of 2006 having served as Chief Executive Officer and President of HSBC Bank USA, HSBC Bank Canada and as a Group General Manager of HSBC Holding plc (NYSE:HBC), one of the world's largest banking and financial services organizations having offices in 82 countries and assets of US $ 1,861 Billion at December 31, 2006.

Currently, Mr. Glynn serves on the board and audit committee of Husky Energy Inc (TSX:HSE) In addition to his considerable HSBC Board experience, other for-profit boards in the U.S. and Canada have included Wells Fargo HSBC Trade Bank N.A., and AEA Investors LLC-Private Equity Fund. Business and industry boards have included, The Clearing House; New York City Investment Fund; Partnership for New York City; Chairman of the Canadian Chamber of Commerce; Canadian Bankers Association; Hong Kong Canada Business Association and the Canadian Council of Chief Executives.

Mr. Glynn's community-based board activities have included the Freer and Sackler Galleries of the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, DC; New York City Community Trust; Lincoln Center Consolidated Corporate Fund; 2012 New York Olympic Bid Committee; the University of British Columbia; and Crofton House School.

With capital resources in excess of Cdn $20 million, Hathor continues to aggressively advance its portfolio of ten exploration projects in the Athabasca area of mining-friendly Saskatchewan and Alberta; the world's premier region for high-grade uranium deposits.

Hathor Exploration Limited

Stephen G. Stanley, Director

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    Stephen Stanley
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    Website: www.hathor.ca