VANCOUVER, BC / ACCESSWIRE / December 8, 2022 / The Power Play by The Market Herald has announced the release of new interviews with Silver Bullet Mines, Progressive Planet Solutions, Kiboko Gold and Ion Energy discussing their latest news.
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Silver Bullet Mines (TSXV:SBMI) provides operational updates
Silver Bullet Mines (SBMI) has provided operational updates from its Washington Mine in Idaho and its Buckeye Mine in Arizona. In Arizona at the Buckeye, core drilled by a prior optionee at the Buckeye Mine in 2017 has been located, and a chain of custody established. In Idaho, the entrance to the historical past-producing gold and silver mine has been screened, and rock bolted. Peter Clausi, VP of Capital Markets, sat down with Sabrina Cuthbert to discuss the news.
Progressive Planet (TSXV:PLAN) announces agreements to provide eco-friendly regenerative fertilizers
Progressive Planet (PLAN) has signed joint development agreements with Eco Health Industries and High Brix Manufacturing. The companies will jointly develop three regenerative fertilizers that reduce the application of chemical nitrogen and other chemical fertilizers. The final formulation is scheduled to be launched in May 2023. Chief Operating Officer Ian Grant sat down with Sabrina Cuthbert to discuss the partnership.
Kiboko Gold (TSXV:KIB) provides update on its Harricana drill program
Kiboko Gold Inc. (TSXV:KIB) provided an update on its Harricana drill program. The company has completed the first portion of its Phase 1 exploration program. The first phase consisted of 55 holes totalling over 8,000 meters drilled since mid-September. Drilling is currently on pause and will resume early next year. CEO Jeremy Link sat down with Sabrina Cuthbert to discuss the exploration program.
ION Energy (TSXV:ION) sees impressive results at Urgakh Naran
ION Energy Limited (ION) shared drilling results and an update on exploration at its Urgakh Naran Project in Mongolia. The company completed the drilling of two hydrological test wells for the testing of basin brines. The third test well is currently being completed. ION Energy's CEO and Director, Ali Haji sat down with Sabrina Cuthbert to highlight the results.
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