WellStar Energy Corp.

WellStar Energy Corp.

July 12, 2007 13:02 ET

WellStar Energy Completes Airborne Geophysical Survey on its Saskatchewan Uranium Project

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwire - July 12, 2007) - WellStar Energy Corp. (the "Company") (TSX VENTURE:WST)(FRANKFURT:W6V)announce today that a 1651 line-km GEOTEM airborne geophysical survey was completed with its partner Eagle Plains Resources Ltd. in June on the Kulyk Lake project. Phase 1 prospecting and reconnaissance geological mapping has also been recently completed on the property by field crews.

The Project adjoins Blue Sky Uranium Corp.'s Eagle Lake and Karin Lake properties where an extensive airborne geophysical survey and follow-up ground geological program was carried out in the fall of 2006.

The Kulyk Lake property covers approximately 96 square km and was staked to cover known historical uranium mineral occurrences and uranium lake sediment anomalies within prospective folded and faulted basement lithologies of the Wollaston group. Much of the known uranium mineralization occurs along Wollaston group contacts and fault intersections, particularly in the presence of pegmatite. Historical trenching at one such occurrence revealed 0.369 per cent U3O8 over 3.4 meters (SMDI 0993). Grab sampling from another occurrence returned up to 1.68 per cent U3O8 (SMDI 0978).

The 50 square km Jenny Lake area also covers prospective basement lithologies of the Wollaston domain at its eastern limit along a major tectonic boundary. Known uranium mineral occurrences are associated with several large-scale structures that suggest excellent regional prospecting potential. Historical grab samples of yellow-stained fractures in gneiss and pegmatite returned values up to 0.47 per cent U3O8 (SMDI 0981). To the east, a single historical drill hole near the Needle Falls shear zone intersected a sulphide and graphite-bearing zone in pelitic host rock.

WellStar has been granted an option by Eagle Plains to earn a 60-per-cent interest in their 100-per-cent-owned Kulyk Lake and Jenny Lake uranium properties (see News Release, 07-02, February 5, 2007), located 30 to 40 kilometers southeast of Cameco's Key Lake mining operation in north-central Saskatchewan, Canada.

This news release has been reviewed and approved by Tim J. Termuende, P.Geo, hereby designated as a qualified person under National Instrument 43-101.

This News Release contains forward-looking statements regarding the timing and content of upcoming programs. Actual results may differ materially from those currently anticipated in such statements.

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