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Basin Energy Ltd (ASX:BSN) Unconformity Uranium Drill Targets Identified from 2024 Data

Jane Morgan Management 2 mins read

Perth, Australia – 2 July 2024 | Canadian Athabasca Basin, uranium explorer, Basin Energy Limited (ASX:BSN) (‘Basin’ or the ‘Company’) is pleased to provide an update on the winter 2024 geophysical program that was conducted at the Marshall and North Millennium Uranium Projects (‘Marshall’, ‘North Millennium’ or the ‘Projects’), located in the southeastern part of the uranium-rich Athabasca Basin, refer to figure 3. The Southeastern Athabasca hosts some of the highest-grade uranium mines, with recent significant unconformity-related mineralisation discoveries occurring over the past few years. 

 

Highlights:

 

  • Final data received and interpretation completed for the ground electromagnetic geophysical surveys from the winter 2024 program at the Marshall and North Millennium projects. 

  • Several conductive anomalies identified at Marshall, located above and below the unconformity, consistent with regional exploration model.

  • Stacked anomalies concurrently with multigenerational geophysical data provides a base to assess the exploration targets and refine drillhole targets.

  • The projects are located 15 kilometres from the majority Cameco owned Millennium deposit, and just 40km from the world class McArthur River mine.

  • Basin remains funded for the next round of field exploration.

 

Basin’s Managing Director, Pete Moorhouse, commented:

“Conducting ground geophysical surveys on Marshall and North Millennium was a milestone in advancing these underexplored projects in Basin’s uranium portfolio. The form of these anomalies is highly encouraging given the proximity to some of the world’s largest uranium deposits.”

 

 

About Basin Energy:

Basin Energy (ASX:BSN) is a uranium exploration and development company with an interest in three highly prospective projects positioned in the southeast corner and margins of the world-renowned Athabasca Basin in Canada.


About us:

Basin Energy (ASX:BSN) is a uranium exploration and development company with an interest in three highly prospective projects positioned in the southeast corner and margins of the world-renowned Athabasca Basin in Canada.

 


Contact details:

Jane Morgan 
Investor and Media Relations 
+61 258 619 317
jm@janemorganmanagement.com.au  

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