Winterhawk Energy & Development Corp. Prevails in Crow Creek Wind Project Dispute

Tue Oct 13, 2009 2:16pm EDT

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Winterhawk Energy & Development Corp. Prevails in Crow Creek Wind Project

DENVER, Oct. 13 /PRNewswire/ -- Winterhawk Energy and Development Corporation
of Evergreen, Colorado had demanded that Dalton Creations cease and desist
from interfering with Winterhawk and its plans to develop a wind energy
project and its efforts to generate electricity from wind turbines on Crow
Creek Sioux Tribe Tribal land.  See article titled "Crow Creek Sioux Tribe
announces wind farm project" that appeared in the Jamestown Sun on May 19,
2009, authored by a Mr. Chet Brokaw with the Associated Press.

Winterhawk has established that it has a prior and exclusive agreement with
the Crow Creek Sioux Tribe for that project.  Attorneys for Dalton Creations
of Houston have issued letters to Winterhawk's attorneys and the Crow Creek
Sioux Tribe confirming that it will cease all wind farm development and
financing activities related to Dalton Creations of Houston's contact with the
Crow Creek Sioux Tribe and Sioux Wind, LLC.

Winterhawk has been working with the Crow Creek Sioux Tribe for over 4 years
in the development of a wind energy project.  Development of a large scale
wind energy generation facility would bring much needed jobs and income to the
Crow Creek Sioux Tribe.

Winterhawk is a privately held energy development company that brings land
site owners together with domestic and international energy financing,
development and production resources.  Winterhawk concentrates on the
development of natural energy resources on land owned by Native American
Indians and their Tribes throughout the Great Plains and the American
Southwest, including North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Arizona, New
Mexico, and Nevada.

SOURCE  Winterhawk Energy & Development Corp.

Paul McMenaman of Winterhawk Energy & Development Corp., +1-303-929-9393,
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