Saturn Minerals Inc.
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Saturn Minerals Inc.

October 10, 2014 13:37 ET

Saturn Minerals Inc. Announces Additional Seismic and Drilling On Saskatchewan Oil Properties

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwired - Oct. 10, 2014) - Saturn Minerals Inc. (TSX VENTURE:SMI)(FRANKFURT:SMK) ("Saturn") is pleased to announce that Saturn and Jaguar Resources Inc. have commenced a 2D seismic program over Petroleum Exploration Permit 72 (the "Bannock Creek Property") and Exploration Permit 71 (the "Little Swan Property") in the northern Williston Basin in eastern Saskatchewan. Harbinger Exploration Inc., Calgary has been retained to complete approvals and mapping and GeoStrata Resources Inc., Calgary has been retained for the acquisition of up to 52 km of 2D proprietary seismic data on the Bannock Creek and Little Swan Properties. This work phase will finalize drilling locations for the completion of up to four exploration wells with Jaguar as operator.

Acquisition of data using dynamite consists of two lines on Bannock Creek each measuring 10km long, and two lines on Little Swan measuring 32km total. Completion of this work phase will bring total 2D seismic acquisition work to 5 lines on Bannock Creek for a total of 51km, and 5 lines on Little Swan totaling 75km. This is one of the largest databases of oil & gas specific seismic data that exists in the northern Williston Basin and is a major asset for the Company not only for the purposes of exploration, but as a marketable asset for other interested parties, valued at standard industry rates.

Significantly, this final work phase prior to drilling will determine the structural high of a large closed structure at the Red River interval on the Bannock Creek property interpreted on seismic. This structure compares directly to the analogous fault bounded "Tyvan" Oil pools, which produce, from the Red River (Yeoman) and Winnipeg Sands to the south in the same stratigraphic basin. The normal faulting orientation visible on the seismic line will likely result in closures at these intervals based upon geological basement structural patterns in the region and as a result the Companies have identified a drill target. Additional seismic has been designed to confirm closure of this target.

The proposed vertical drilling has an estimated total depth of approximately 1000 Meters (3280 feet) or to the Precambrian with no horizontal drilling or multi stage fracing. The two zones of interest are the oil bearing Yeoman Formation (Red River) and the Black Island Formation in the Winnipeg Group. The drilling time is estimated to take ten days plus coring and testing. Conventional completions will be used to complete the wells. The Bannock Creek Property and the Little Swan Property combine one of the largest exploration permits within the Province of Saskatchewan and hold the potential for significant light oil reserves and are owned by the Companies on a 50/50 basis.

Craig Boland, P. Geol. of Boland Exploration Consulting BEC is the Companies' Qualified Person under 51-101 standards who has reviewed and approved the technical content of this release.

About Saturn Minerals Inc.

Saturn Minerals Inc. (TSX VENTURE:SMI)(FRANKFURT:SMK) is a junior Canadian Energy Company with a project focus on the Northern Williston Basin of Eastern Saskatchewan. This region of the Williston Basin is one of the last highly accessible, on-shore oil and gas areas in North America. The Northern Williston Basin contains many of the same oil bearing formations that are located in the central and southern parts of the basin, which are found in Saskatchewan, North Dakota and Montana. Saturn first encountered oil during successful coal exploration that discovered the 89 metre thick "Karolina" Coal seam in 2011. Saturn now has two of the largest oil blocks (376,800 acres) in Saskatchewan and is advancing this high impact conventional oil asset. Saturn has a strategic ownership in Inowending Exploration & Development Corp., a First Nations owned exploration and Development Company co-founded by Saturn with a consortium of Saskatchewan First Nations active in Canada's Prairie Provinces.

On Behalf of the Board of Directors

SATURN MINERALS INC.

Stan Szary, Chief Executive Officer

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