PHOENIX, Sept. 20, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Ensurge, Inc. (OTCBB:ESGI) reported today that preliminary gold production has continued despite weather and equipment issues.
Kurt Nunes, Executive Vice President of TransGlobal, reports "During the past three weeks we have worked through issues such as inclement weather and needed repairs to our excavator. Consequently, our production was reduced to about seven days, but yielded six ounces. Based on this last wash, we have produced approximately one ounce a day with one dredge operating."
Chad Mishleau, Guyana Operations Manager for TransGlobal, stated "We now have two dredges on-site. One dredge is fully manned and we are currently assembling a second crew to go in and work the second dredge. The location can handle up to eight dredges."
Clint Mishleau, President of TransGlobal, stated "We are pleased with our preliminary gold production and look forward to being able to expand operations soon. Bringing additional dredges 'on-line' could significantly increase gold production."
About Ensurge, Inc.
Ensurge, Inc. is an Arizona based holding company that is been engaged in exploring and developing gold mining opportunities in Guyana. The Company's business plan also includes bringing capital and technology to existing mining operations to recover gold from existing tailings, improve recoveries of existing milling operations and improve mining operations in exchange for an interest in these operations. Website: www.ensurgegold.com
About TransGlobal Corp.
TransGlobal Gold Corp. is a mining company organized to acquire and develop mining rights in Guyana. Operations may include either land or river dredging operations. TransGlobal has commenced land-dredge mining operations on approximately 2500 acres located adjacent to the Mazaruni River in Guyana. Website: www.transglobalgoldcorp.com
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