MEGA Graphite Inc.

MEGA Graphite Inc.

June 22, 2011 11:38 ET

MEGA Graphite Inc. Launches New Corporate Website

Re-developed Website, Designed to Elevate the Company's Global Image

OAKVILLE, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - June 22, 2011) - MEGA Graphite Inc. (MEGA) today announced the launch of their newly re-designed website www.megagraphite.com. This contemporary site is designed to facilitate easy navigation and serves as an information portal to elevate MEGA's global image. The site renders current and detailed content about the company and their value proposition to the market for current and potential customers, investors and industry partners.

The new website includes: latest news, market research articles and graphite prices, projects and newly acquired properties, products by application and mesh size for market-specific graphite, technical specifications, research and development, mining, milling and high purity upgrade processes.

"This re-design comes during an exciting year for MEGA Graphite, with the addition of several new strategic property acquisitions, which will allow an increase in production capabilities."

The website provides a better platform. Effective communication is important to MEGA, and this newly designed, well-organized site is a significant step to communicate the MEGA brand and capabilities in supplying products on a global level to the different industries that use high-grade purified graphite.

About MEGA Graphite

MEGA Graphite Inc. (www.megagraphite.com) continues to work towards mining, processing and purifying of natural flake graphite from its 100% owned North American based projects. The Company's primary target markets include high purity graphite applications in lithium-ion batteries, graphene-based flat panel displays, and expandable graphite used in fire retardants, high performance gaskets, conductive fillers, and electromagnetic pulse and radiation shielding. MEGA Graphite Inc. owns and operates a number of world-class graphite properties in North America and is in the process of supplying large flake graphite to customers around the world. Its vertically integrated open-pit multi-plant operation combined with its leading edge technology positions MEGA Graphite to become a leading cost-competitive supplier to global markets of high-grade graphite products.

MEGA Graphite employs proprietary technologies with on-site milling systems running in the highest-grade zones to achieve graphite grades that can be refined efficiently and economically. The benefits of using these systems include an environmentally friendly process where the land is not stripped into wasteland and the liberation costs remain very low. MEGA Graphite has the outstanding technology and impressive level of experience to benefit Strategic Energy Resources and complement its goals in the prospering graphite market.

MEGA Graphite has a global database of customers who require purified natural flake graphite, which enhances the run rate, and conductivity of their technologies. MEGA can size, shape and coat its graphite through licensed processes to purity levels that give companies the ability to build systems that will hold up to economic and environmental concerns.

With a mandate to own and develop the chemistry of new technologies, MEGA also owns the Big Mack rare earth petalite property, located in the Kenora mining district, Ontario. The Separation Lake Greenstone Belt (SLGB) is host to the most important rare-element pegmatites in Ontario and may contain the greatest number of complex-type, petalite-subtype pegmatite occurrences in Canada. These pegmatites are host to many rare elements and metals such as lithium, tantalum, niobium, tin, rubidium and cesium.

The project site is referred to as the Separation Lake Property (the Property) and is known to contain significant deposits of rare-element pegmatites that have been described as "the most important rare-element pegmatites in Ontario" (Tindle & Breaks, 2000) which, when considered with similar deposits on an adjoining property, may potentially represent one of the world's largest lithium deposits of this type".

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