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LXES Today's Special Low Float Breakout Alert

Company: Lexington Energy Services Inc.

Symbol: LXES.pk

Current PPS: $0.016

Outstanding Shares: 95.1M

Float: 75.7M

10 Day Avg. Volume: 1.4M

Website: www.lxeservices.com

Lexington Energy Services Inc. (LXES.pk) is exploration and development company based in Nevada and is currently focused on capitalizing on what is shaping up to be the one of the most in demand minerals in the years to come.

The mineral we are talking about is seaborne thermal coal.

Experts are predicting “Exponential” growth in demand for seaborne thermal coal over the next two decades, led by power-hungry China and India, which would lead to a major expansion in global thermal coal trade.

Two of the worlds two fastest growing economies both share a need for this in demand mineral.

Seaborne demand from China, which has evolved rapidly to become the world’s largest thermal coal importer, is set to grow from 175-million tons a year in 2011 to one-billion tons a year by 2030.

India is also set to overtake Japan as the second-largest consumer of the coal used in power stations by 2030, growing from about 80-million tons a year in 2011 to 400-million tons a year.

“Demand for seaborne thermal coal will grow exponentially from now until 2030, particularly as a result of China and India’s needs. While this demand will find supply from a change in trade-flow patterns, we think that prices will not weaken with the oncoming supply. Rather, cost pressures, infrastructure bottlenecks and a decrease in export coal quality all combine to hold prices at traditionally high levels,”

And how does LXES plan to capitalize on this growing global demand?

Well just a few weeks ago LXES announced some interesting news.

LXES reported that they have shifted their resources away from other projects to focus primarily on their Lota Bay Coal Project, and other South American concessions that are currently under review.

LXES has entered into an Option Agreement to acquire the rights to recover a bituminous thermal coal resource that lies on the sea floor of Bahia Lota in Chile's Gulf of Arauco. The resource encompasses 275,000 proven tonnes of recoverable bituminous thermal coal with additional probable reserves of 90,000 tonnes in zone 1. Current price averaging of US$113/mt represents a potential recovery value of US$40,000,000.

With experts predicting a rise in the price of thermal coal in the years to come $40 Million could end up being extremely modest estimation of value..

Prospective buyers will also be happy to know that LXES has all the necessary infrastructure in place on the site; which includes grid power, water, sewage disposal, highway and rail access, as well as a ready labor force from the nearby city of Lota, with a population 52,000.

LXES has also secured $100,000 in financing to facilitate the ongoing work program.

With a PPS of just $0.016 traders now have the a rare opportunity to pick up shares in a company ready to capitalize on a market set to explode very shortly.

We also heard a rumor that LXES will be releasing more market friendly news very shortly.....

Looking at the chart provided below you will see that not to long ago LXES was trading at $0.11 a run back up to those levels would show traders who pick up shares this morning gains of nearly 1000%


LXES deserves your immediate attention put it on the top of your watchlist immediately and be ready to pick up shares early this morning at 9:30am EST

***Remember to trade smart and to take profits when you can***

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Lexington Moves Quickly To Capitalize On Chilean Property Option. Additional Properties Under Review Necessitate Relinquishment Of Nevada Gold Trend Option.
5:28p ET May 2, 2012 (PR NewsWire)

Lexington Energy Services Inc. (PINKSHEETS: LXES) (the "Company") reports that the South American rare earth and commodity mineral concessions currently under review, particularly in Chile, require the full time application of all corporate resources to fully evaluate the scope of the opportunities that these potential acquisitions represent. As a result, the Company will not be proceeding with its option to acquire an interest in various mineral leases located in the Long Canyon Gold Trend in East Central Nevada.

Lexington has agreed to provide the Nevada properties optionor 50,000 restricted shares in the capital of the Company in lieu of exercising the option as set out in the Agreement. The shares represent a good faith payment by Lexington in recognition of the optionor's extension of certain terms, as set out in the Agreement, so that the Company could pursue its due diligence of the Lota Bay Coal Project, and other South American concessions under review.

As previously reported, Lexington has entered into an Option Agreement (the "Agreement") to acquire the rights to recover a bituminous thermal coal resource that lies on the sea floor of Bahia Lota in Chile's Gulf of Arauco. The resource encompasses 275,000 proven tonnes of recoverable bituminous thermal coal with additional probable reserves of 90,000 tonnes in zone 1. Current price averaging of US$113/mt represents a potential recovery value of US$40,000,000. It should also be noted that the necessary infrastructure is in place on the site; grid power, water, sewage disposal, highway and rail access, as well as a ready labor force from the nearby city of Lota, population 52,000.

To facilitate the ongoing work program, an initial $100,000 interim convertible debenture financing has been arranged.

This news release was prepared on behalf of the Board of Directors, which accepts full responsibility for its contents.

Robert Chalmers

President, CEO

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