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Black Hawk Exploration Announces Start-Up Plans for First Drill Program

Black Hawk Exploration (OTCM :BHWX), a diversified Oil and Gas, Gold, Silver, Lithium, and Potash exploration company, has announced start-up plans on the first of its 2011 well drill program which will commence Wednesday, February 16th.

The Cowley County, Kansas drill program will proceed with re-entry into the SELLERS #1(B) Well and extend the exploration depth to include the historically prolific Layton, Mississippi and Arbuckle zones. Historical production from the Layton Zone alone produced over 30 barrels of oil per day and BHWX hopes to match or exceed these numbers with the application of modern technology. A Slick Water Frac, to improve production, is scheduled and a decision regarding a horizontal drill program will be made within 2 weeks of the drill completion based on our analysis of the Duel Induction, Compensated Neutro Density, Microresistivity and Borehole Compensated Sonic testing. BHWX has received approval from the Oil and Gas Conservation Division for a projected total depth of 3,600 feet. BHWX plans a 6 month, 20 well program on its approximately 2,500 acres.

Source: Black Hawk Exploration

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