Stratic Announces the Appointment of Mr. William Harrison to the Board of Directors

Stratic Energy Corporation ("Stratic" or the "Company") is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. William Harrison as a non-executive Director of the Company. Mr.

Harrison (56) is Chairman of the UK Advisory Board of ING Bank N.V. and he brings a wealth of investment banking experience to the Board. While he has been advising clients in all sectors, he has maintained a specialization in the energy sector for more than 20 years. Mr. Harrison has held senior positions with leading UK and international banks, the list of which includes leading the European investment banking businesses of Lehmans and Robert Fleming, as well as heading the global investment banking businesses of Deutsche Bank and Barclays Bank PLC. In this latter position, he also served on the main board of Barclays Bank PLC. Currently, he is a non-executive director of Pilkington PLC, which is Britain's largest glass manufacturer, in addition to being a member of the advisory board of the private equity company, Moore Clayton Group.

Sir Graham Hearne, Chairman of Stratic, said today, "We are delighted that Bill has agreed to join the Board of the Company. With his extensive advisory experience and knowledge of the energy sector, Bill will bring considerable value to the Board."

Stratic Energy Corporation is an international growth-oriented crude oil and natural gas company active in the acquisition, exploration and development of hydrocarbon reserves, with areas of interest in Africa, Middle East and offshore UK. The Company is listed on the TSX Venture Exchange under the symbol "SE" and currently has 98,956,657 common shares issued and outstanding.

The TSX Venture Exchange has neither approved nor disapproved the contents of this news release.

600450 Stratic Announces the Appointment of Mr. William Harrison to the Board of Directors
Date: 24 August 2005

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