Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Dutch Gold Resources (DGRI.PK) Claims Mine That Could Produce $3 Billion

Dutch Gold Resources in Possible $3 Billion Find

Dutch Gold Resources (DGRI.PK) claims they are sitting on a gold mine in Montana which has the potential to produce over $3 billion in gold during the lifetime of the mine.

The location of the mine, according to the press release of the company is about two miles from Rock Creek in Granite County, Montana. They called it a large open-ended gold and silver system, although no mention of the silver potential was mentioned.

Sometime in February the company says they will file the required preliminary applications with the Montana Department of Environmental Quality, which is the next step in the process to be allowed to mine the gold.

Also filed by the company has been the necessary forms with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, which will help potential investors to take a look or do more research concerning the big claims asserted by the gold mining company.

Dutch Gold Resources in Possible $3 Billion Find

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