Boss Energy to trial new seismic survey technique at Honeymoon uranium project

Boss Energy to trial new seismic survey technique at Honeymoon uranium project

Boss Energy ASX BOE seismic survey technique Honeymoon uranium project Australian explorer Boss Energy (ASX: BOE) has confirmed it will trial a seismic reflection program as part of a strategy to grow the inventory at its Honeymoon uranium project in South Australia.

The program is designed to identify likely uranium-bearing sediments within known mineralised palaeochannels at the project ahead of a drilling campaign scheduled to start in the coming quarter.

While reportedly ubiquitous in oil exploration, seismic surveying is relatively novel in the exploration of shallow mineral deposits. Low cost and low impact

Boss recognised the potential advantages offered by seismic methods in 2019 and began adopting them due to their low cost, low impact and speedy approach to exploration.Utilising seismic datasets with existing geoscientific information, the company plans to reduce the number of drill holes required to locate additional resources within pre-defined exploration targets at Honeymoon, allowing for streamlining of […]

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