Standard Uranium said diamond drilling and geophysics completed in winter 2022 have further refined high-priority uranium drill targets across the 15,770-hectare property Standard Uranium Ltd (TSX-V:STND, OTCQB:STTDF) announced that diamond drilling has begun at its 100% owned Sun Dog project in Saskatchewan’s northwestern Athabasca Basin, south of Canada’s first uranium mining camp in the Beaverlodge district.
The uranium exploration company said Standard Uranium and Base Diamond Drilling crews began mobilizing to the project on February 24. Drill equipment has arrived on site and is being deployed to the first drill pad.
Two diamond drills are testing high-priority target areas on the project, following up on known uranium mineralization in addition to prospective alteration and structure intersected during the winter 2022 inaugural program, the company added. READ: Standard Uranium commences winter exploration program at Sun Dog project, appoints new CFO
“Our team of geologists have done a great job of extracting […]
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