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Dawson-Hinkler Well is located in the most prospective area in the world for calcrete hosted uranium deposits, situated 40 kilometres north of BHP Billiton's Yeelirrie uranium deposit, the world's largest calcrete hosted deposit (50,000 tonnes of contained U3O8) and 10 kilometres west, and along the same calcrete channel, from Nova Energy
The Ashburton project comprises three granted tenements and two tenement applications, prospective for unconformity-style uranium mineralisation in the area south of Paraburdoo in Western Australia.
The Wabli Creek project is located in the Gascoyne province of Western Australia, approximately 300 kilometres east of Carnarvon. Carnotite bearing valley calcrete deposits overly Lower Proterozoic metamorphic and intrusive rocks. Previous exploration in the 1970s and 1980s, involving auger drilling and costeaning at Minindi Creek in the north of the tenement defined
The Paddy Well project is located in the Gascoyne region of Western Australia, 250 kilometres east of Carnarvon. The project consists of one 28 square kilometre tenement, covering a zone of primary uranium mineralisation in metamorphic rocks of the Lower Proterozoic Mooloo Formation, including calc-silicate gneisses, graphitic and pelitic schists at or near an unconformity
East Kimberley Joint Venture
U3O8 Limited announced that it has signed a Heads of Agreement with Northern Star Resources (NST) in February 2007, with regards to a major tenement package in the Kimberley region of Western Australia.
The Westmoreland project consists of three tenements (3 applications) and is located immediately east and north-east of the Westmoreland Uranium deposits situated approximately 400 kilometres north-west of Mount Isa, Queensland. The Carpentarian Westmoreland Conglomerate of medium and coarse argillaceous sandstone with conglomerate lenses intruded by
The Maureen exploration licence 15056 lies immediately west of the Maureen uranium deposit owned by Mega Uranium, approximately 290 km southwest of Cairns and 35km north-northwest of Georgetown.
Ardmore East project
The Ardmore East project (EPM 15006) is located around 80 kilometres south-east of Mount Isa in Queensland, in the Eastern Creek Volcanic sequence. On EPM 15006, the Eastern Creek Volcanic comprise mafic volcanics with intercalculated sandstones, which are both deformed and metamorphosed. Underlying the volcanics are sandstone-dominated units
Gregory has a strong structural control and is hosted by Proterozoic Einsaleigh meta-morphics which have been intruded by a series of fractionated Permian volcanics and comagmatic volcanics. The tenement covers the extension of a major fault zone - the Lynd Mylonite zone, along which the Gregory and Oasis uranium prospects occur to the north of EPMA 15058.
The Olary Creek project is located some 250 kilometres north east of Adelaide and covers an area where younger Tertiary sediments on-lap Proterozoic basement along the northern margin of the Murray Basin. Anomalous concentrations of uranium (up to 0.1% U3O8) are known in carbonaceous sediments near the northern basin margin.Tertiary sequences
Exploration licence 6458 was granted to Fast Reactor Pty Ltd ( Fast Reactor subsequently changed its name to U3O8 Limited) on the 2nd August 2005 covering an area approximately 48 km2. The licence is situated to the south west of Inverell NSW and covers numerous small farming leases and a large portion of state forest.
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