News Releases

 Mon Dec 7, 2009
Relinquishment of J. Vela #1 well, Zapata County, Texas

 December 7, 2009- Oracle Energy Corp. ("Oracle") (OCL-TSX.V)(O2E-Frankfurt) announces that it has received notification from Ventum Oil & Gas LP of Houston, Texas, ("Ventum") that Oracle is in default of its obligations on the J. Vela #1 well and has received a letter of relinquishment from Ventum informing Oracle that its interest in the J.Vela #1 well has been forfeited.

The Ventum action arose from a dispute between Ventum and Oracle over cost "overruns" pertaining to the J. Vela #1 well and the Chitsey project. The Chitsey project was the subject of a previous press release dated September 3, 2008. Oracle disputes the costs that it has been assessed. To date, Ventum has not provided Oracle with an adequate explanation for these costs. Oracle puts no ongoing value on the J Vela well property due to very low productivity. We do not anticipate that this action will have any material impact on Oracle's financial situation.

Oracle also announces that it has retained Chapman Petroleum Engineering to prepare the reports required to be filed by Oracle pursuant to National Instrument 51-101. Oracle's failure to file these required reports is the subject of the current cease trade order. Once the reports are complete, Oracle will file the reports with the securities regulators.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD

"Nasim Tyab"

Nasim Tyab
President


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