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Blue Parrot Energy Inc. Receives 3rd Drilling Permit from Washington State Department of Natural Resources.

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CALGARY, Alberta--(BUSINESS WIRE)--July 7, 2003

Blue Parrot Energy Inc is pleased to announce that Rival Resources Inc, a wholly owned subsidiary of Blue Parrot Resources Inc., has received its 3rd permit, NO. 503, BB2 Wildcat, from the Washington State Department of Natural Resources for the purpose of testing the potential for natural gas in SW/4 SW/4, Section 22, T39N, R2E,W.M. Whatcom Country, near the town of Ferndale, Washington.

Bill Elligson, President of Blue Parrot Resources Inc., said that he is very pleased to have received its 3rd permit NO. 503, BB2 Wildcat, testing for the potential of natural gas from Washington State department of Natural Resources. Bill Elligson said that it is in keeping with our business strategy of building operations within selected areas. As well Mr. Elligson said that he is expecting permit No. 4 for additional testing of Natural Gas in Washington State and that it is expected to arrive in the next few days.

About Blue Parrot

Blue Parrot Energy Inc. (TSX-V: BPA) is an oil and natural gas exploration development based in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. The company's wholly owned subsidiary, Blue Parrot Resources, is currently producing 170 BOE/D from its Bonnie Glen oil wells, located near Edmonton, Alberta. Furthermore, Blue Parrot Energy recently announced that it had received its second drilling permit from Whatcom County in Washington State and will commence development of its shallow gas plays in the region.

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