Today, USCorp announced that it has selected Boart Longyear (â€œBoartâ€) to execute the final Phase 3 drilling program at its Twin Peaks project in Yavapai County, Ariz. Boart is the worldâ€™s leading integrated drilling services provider and products manufacturer for the minerals industry. The company also has a substantial presence in the environmental energy and infrastructure energy industries.
Robert Dultz, Chairman and CEO of USCorp stated, â€œWe chose Boart because of their expertise, extensive equipment, and excellent international reputation in hard-to-reach drilling. We have already mapped out our locations and where we will drill; all approvals are in place so we are looking forward to completing the final phase of our exploration drilling program on this property.â€
Dultz also noted that the Phase 3 drilling program for the Twin Peaks Project requires getting equipment into difficult locations and to depths that were not reached in Phases 1 and 2 using reverse circulation drilling. The selection of Boart complements the companyâ€™s use of ALS Chemex and the 129-year-old Jacobs Assay 1880 with offices in Tucson, Ariz., for the assay results. Jacobs Assay 1880 is recognized by the Bureau of Land Management.
Based in Australia, the companyâ€™s corporate office is located in Sydney, Australia. Its head operations office is in Salt Lake City, Utah. Boartâ€™s five regional offices cover the globe, with locations in Australia, Canada, The Netherlands, Peru and South Africa. They also have an office and equipment yard in Peoria, Ariz., a suburb of Phoenix, and conveniently located near USCorpâ€™s properties.