Siberian Energy Group Acquires Molybdenum-tungsten Deposit

May 16, 2011

 

NEW YORK, May 16, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — Siberian Energy Group Inc. (the “Company”) (OTCBB: SIBN) announced that on May 11, 2011 it acquired 100% of the outstanding share capital of Rare Minerals Corporation (“RMC”) through a Share Exchange Agreement. RMC shareholders will receive 65,200,000 shares of the Company (two shares for each share of RMC), representing 99% of the Company’s outstanding common stock post-transaction. As a result of the Share Exchange, RMC became a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Company. RMC (through a wholly-owned subsidiary) owns 100% of the Koklanovskoe molybdenum-tungsten Deposit located in the Russian Urals which was discovered and subsequently explored between 1985 and 1988.

Although the Company can provide no assurances that such materials will be found in commercial quantities, it believes that the Deposit is potentially suitable for open-pit mining and may contain molybdenum, tungsten, gold, fluorite, bismuth, copper and/or other rare and semi-rare earth metals, which it will not be able to confirm or determine until additional exploration activities are undertaken on the Deposit. The Company notes that it does not currently have sufficient funding to begin exploration efforts and will need to raise capital to undertake such activities.

With the current prices of molybdenum concentrate, tungsten and other semi-rare earth metals, the Company believes that entry into this sector, in addition to continuing to explore opportunities in the oil and gas sector, could create significant shareholder value due to the dependency of many industries on such minerals, and increasing demand and supply constraints.

Additional information regarding the Share Exchange Agreement and RMC can be found in the Company’s Form 8-K filing, filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission on May 13, 2011.

Forward-Looking Statements:

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