Standard Graphite Corporation
TSX VENTURE : SGH

Standard Graphite Corporation

February 06, 2012 06:00 ET

Standard Graphite Completes Strategic Staking

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwire - Feb. 6, 2012) - Standard Graphite Corp. (TSX VENTURE:SGH) (the "Company) is pleased to announce that it has completed a strategic staking program of approximately 14,500 ha surrounding the company's existing properties in Quebec.

"Standard is pleased to have consolidated the land positions contiguous to our portfolio of properties in Quebec," says Chris Bogart, President & CEO. "Our technical team has successfully identified and secured all the areas of geologic potential that are of interest to our development of our graphite projects in anticipation of our upcoming exploration programs."

Standard Graphite's nine Quebec properties are all located within these districts and centered on the metasedimentary belts of the Grenville with known marble/gneiss lithologies considered essential to host graphite deposit and having been metamorphosed to sufficiently high grade to produce the larger graphite flakes. They are located within the three major graphite districts in Quebec; Wakefield, North Shore and New Quebec with notable deposits such as Lac des Iles (Timcal) and Lac Knife (Focus Metals).

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD

Chris Bogart, President & CEO

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The foregoing information may contain forward-looking statements relating to the future performance of Standard Graphite Corp. Forward-looking statements, specifically those concerned with future performance are subject to certain risks and uncertainties, and actual results may differ materially. These risks and uncertainties are detailed from time to time in Standard Graphite Corp.'s filings with the appropriate securities commissions.

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