Calgary, Canada: - Transeuro Energy Corp. ("Transeuro") announces the news released on October 2nd by Aleator Energy Ltd, "Aleator" (ASX:AWD) that Aleator has signed a new financing facility with a syndicate of European investors for a total amount of EUR 5 million. The new financing is expected to be available almost immediately and will allow Aleator to contract the drill rig and move to spud of the POV 105 well and to assess further investment opportunities in Ukraine.
The announcement further includes an update on the GRES Holdings Finance Facility and an outlook for Aleator.
The full text can be viewed at: http://www.asx.com.au/asxpdf/20131002/pdf/42jry7q9sdnzbc.pdf
Transeuro is involved in the acquisition of petroleum and natural gas rights, the exploration for, and development and production of crude oil, condensate and natural gas. Transeuro owns 100% of a gas producing property located in British Columbia, Canada and has interest in gas exploration and appraisal developments in Crimea, Ukraine.
On behalf of the Board of Directors
Aage Thoen, Chairman
For further information contact: Darren Moulds, IR, +1 403 705 1919
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