Fortunes Are Made When Wildcat Wells Come In.
Bayhorse Silver Inc. (BHS: TSX-V) Farm-In on the 253,000 acre (395 sq/mile or 1,024 sq/km) “Little Swan” conventional light sweet crude “Wildcat” play in Saskatchewan’s Williston Basin. Drilling to commence in the now permitted and adjoining Bannock property May, 2015 and promises to establish a new oil field that will positively affect Bayhorse.
The Company is in the process of rehabilitating the Bayhorse Silver Mine for safe access which will allow for underground sampling and to undertake a bulk sample of up to 5,000 cu/yds of very high, to in some places bonanza grade(4,835 ounces/ton silver), mineralization. Our target from the proposed bulk sample is 300,000 ounces of silver production for 2015.
- Saturn Minerals Abandons First Oil Well at Bannock Creek, Saskatchewan Wednesday, May 20, 2015
- Saturn Minerals Commences Drilling At Bannock Creek Light Oil Prospect Thursday, May 14, 2015
- Bayhorse Silver – Bannock Creek Permits Received by Saturn Minerals For First Williston Basin Saskatchewan Conventional Light Oil Well Thursday, April 23, 2015
Bayhorse Silver Inc is listed on:
The TSX Venture Exchange under the symbol BHS;
The Frankfurt Exchange under the sybmol 7KXN;
And trades on the OTC under the symbol KXPLF
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