Thursday, April 7, 2011

In The Field: Passport Potash's Holbrook Basin poised to become major producer

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March 14th, 2011: Guest Host Al Korelin visit's Passport Potash's Holbrook Basin Project near Holbrook Arizona to get a glimpse first hand of what could become the United States premier potash mine. Featuring interviews from the President of Passport Potash, Joshua Bleak, as well as respected analysts such as Bob Moriarty( ), Gordon Holmes( ), Sean Brodrick ( ), Dan Pisenti (Whitehall-Parker Securities), and Marshall Berol (The Encompass Fund).

Passport Potash Inc. is a TSX-listed resource company engaged in the exploration and development of advanced potash properties. Passport has acquired a strategic position in Arizona's Holbrook Basin and is well positioned to take advantage of the estimated 2.5 billion tons of potash in the basin with land holdings encompassing over 70,000 acres.

The infrastructure in the Holbrook basin is prime, with immediate access to BNSF rail lines, Interstate 40 and a major power plant within 25 miles of the project. Potash deposits in the Holbrook Basin are considered shallow by industry standards, with deposits ranging at depths of between 800 and 1300 ft., which is a major advantage for Passport.

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