Albitite-hosted uranium – Uranium in the Kurupung Batholith is geologically similar to albitite-hosted deposits worldwide that typically contain resources in the 60 to 130 million pound (“mlb”) range1, hosted within clusters of mineralized structures. U3O8 Corp’s initial NI 43-101 uranium resource in the Kurupung is based on four mineralized structures with another six awaiting infill drilling towards resource expansion. Additional targets have been identified that warrant scout drilling.
Unconformity-related uranium – We have identified key characteristics in our Roraima targets that are analogous to unconformity-related uranium deposits in the Athabasca Basin in terms of structure, alteration minerals and enrichment in pathfinder elements. We are refining and ranking our unconformity targets and will scout drill the most promising areas of the Roraima Basin in due course.
1 Albitite-hosted deposits worldwide (see Disclaimer)