EEOR – Electrically Enhanced Oil Recovery SM

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June 17, 2009

Deloro Begins Permitting Process to Expand Well Program

June 17, 2009 –Deloro Resources Ltd (TSX.V – DLL) is pleased to announce that the Deloro/Electro-Petroleum Inc. Joint Venture has agreed that Deloro’s management shall start the application process today with the Saskatchewan Ministry of Energy and Resources to expand the area of the EEOR Direct Current Stimulation Program. The original approval applied only to the existing horizontal well (117.3A2-25-3D 10-24-38-20) and the new application will include additional wells on the Deloro lands. Along with the expansion application Deloro’s management will make a separate application for a well license to drill a new horizontal well.

Review of the Wilkie Project
Deloro Resources reached an agreement with Electro-Petroleum, Inc. (EPI) in 2008 to conduct a full pilot test using EPI’s Electrically Enhanced Oil Recovery™ (EEOR) technology on Deloro’s heavy oil Wilkie properties. Once the pilot test is deemed successful, the project will proceed to full development and EPI will earn a 10-per-cent working interest in the Wilkie project for the use of its technology. The Deloro 100-per-cent-owned Wilkie project is located eight miles south of Wilkie, Sask. The Wilkie property consists of approximately 3,765 leased acres of petroleum and natural gas rights. These governments of Saskatchewan leases cover a channel in the McLaren zone one-half to three-quarters of one mile wide and approximately five miles long. The zone is at a depth of 2,035 feet with five vertical wells and one horizontal well drilled into the structure defining a heavy oil pay zone with gross sand thickness of 30 feet to 50 feet. Reliance Engineering Group Ltd. recently completed an independent report in which estimates of discovered resources were performed in accordance with National Instrument 51-101 guidelines and generally accepted industry standards. The discovered resources were calculated based on McLaren sand net pay Isopach maps and the average reservoir parameters. The original discovered resources underneath company land were calculated to be approximately 63.1 million stock tank barrels.