CALGARY, ALBERTA -- (Marketwire) -- 12/12/12 -- Bayshore Petroleum Corp. (TSX VENTURE: BSH) ("Bayshore" or the "Corporation") in conjunction with CCC CanSino Corp., a private Canadian corporation ("CanSino"), is pleased to announce that it has initiated negotiations with the China Foreign Economic Cooperation Centre ("CFECC") in Beijing, China, respecting the technology transfer required for Bayshore's announced heavy oil to diesel fuel on-site upgrader project in the Meota area of Saskatchewan. The technology transfer will include: (1) CFECC testing the Meota heavy oil supplied by Bayshore and its partner to confirm that that oil can be converted to diesel quality light oil using CFECC's proprietary catalyst and process; (2) CFECC calibrating CFECC's pilot prototype plant in Beijing to obtain the optimum operating parameters for the Meota application and processing capacity of up to 1,000 barrels of heavy oil per day; (3) CFECC designing, engineering and constructing the modular field equipment for the small-scale heavy oil upgrading facility for Bayshore; and (4) negotiation of a license from CFECC to use the proprietary catalyst and upgrading technology in heavy oil production in Canada. The technology transfer is subject to the negotiation of terms and conditions and the execution of a formal agreement between Bayshore, CanSino and CFECC to be concluded and signed in Beijing before January 31, 2013.
Bayshore is a Calgary, Alberta based corporation engaged in the exploration, development and production of petroleum and natural gas. The Common Shares are listed on the TSX Venture Exchange under the trading symbol "BSH".
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Bayshore Petroleum Corp.
President and Chief Executive Officer
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