Gulf Oil Spill Goes from Disaster to Catastrophe

''Time is now for BP to reach out for help,'' said Golden Age Resources, Inc. (GDAR) CFO Graham Larmer.

Jun 04, 2010, 09:45 ET from Golden Age Resources, Inc.

HOLLYWOOD, Fla., June 4 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Golden Age Resources, Inc., (Pink Sheets: GDAR) and its strategic alliance partner, Cobra Technologies, announced today the hiring of Geometrix Engineering, Inc. of Hollywood, FL to finalize the development of Cobra. This is a high pressure, oil containment system that is designed to stop deep water oil leaks like the one that is devastating the areas in the Gulf of Mexico. Now that "top kill" has failed and the relief well will not be ready till August, Cobra seeks an invitation from BP to assist in stopping this unprecedented oil leak.

Ken Boutilier, President of Cobra Technologies, has made numerous attempts to contact BP without success. Boutilier states, "If BP moves ahead with the next planned experiment, without a sound contingency plan, and it fails, the outcome will be catastrophic." GDAR and Cobra Technologies stand ready to help put an end to the worst oil spill in American history.

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Contact: Graham Larmer

Golden Age Resources, Inc. (GDAR)

Investor Relations

(888) 207-7028

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