DENVER, CO--(Marketwired - Mar 5, 2014) - Brinx Resources Ltd. (OTCQB: BNXR) ("Brinx Resources" or "Brinx" or the "Company") is pleased to announce that the fifth well of the Oklahoma-2013 multi-well exploration drilling program has begun.
As with previously exploration wells in Phase-1 of this ongoing program, the OK-13-5 exploration well is intended to target multiple potential hydrocarbon pay zones thought to be productive in the area, including the 2nd Wilcox sand, 1st Wilcox sand, Trenton dolomite, Simpson dolomite, Viola limestone, Hunton limestone, Bartlesville sand, and Redfork sand.
The Oklahoma-2013 project is a multi-phase multi-well exploration drill program currently being conducted by Brinx Resources and it partners. Phase-1 of the Oklahoma-2013 drill program consists of eight (8) wells targeting the first selections from at least 34 high-graded prospects generated by the partnership's proprietary 3D seismic database that covers the entire 83,043 acres or 130 square miles project area. Drilling at the multi-phase Oklahoma-2013 project is expected to continue through 2014.
About Brinx Resources
Brinx Resources is an exploration company focused on developing onshore North American oil and natural gas reserves. The Company's current focus is on the continued exploration and development of its current land portfolio in Oklahoma, as well as the drilling and production of the new Oklahoma-2013 Project (5% interest).
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