DevEx identifies new targets in ‘treasure trove’ of historical data at the Nabarlek uranium project

DevEx identifies new targets in ‘treasure trove’ of historical data at the Nabarlek uranium project

The company’s extensive tenement package covers a historic mine in the heart of the Alligator Rivers uranium province. Pic: gchutka (E+) via Getty Images. share

Uranium explorer DevEx Resources has kicked off exploration at its Nabarlek uranium project in the Northern Territory – but the company has an ace up its sleeve.

Instead of starting from scratch like most juniors, DevEx has a head start with over 50 years of historical exploration data from the project, which previously produced 24 million pounds at 1.84% uranium.

The company has spent the last six months reviewing the data and it’s paid off. DevEx Resources (ASX: DEV) has highlighted multiple new uranium, copper and gold exploration targets which present an outstanding exploration opportunity at the project. Prime real estate in a Tier-1 uranium province “Some months ago, we commissioned a project-wide technical review to re-evaluate the potential of Nabarlek and the surrounding […]

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