A grab sample from Hook Lake, dusted in yellow uranium oxide. Credit: File ASX-listed Valor Resources looks to be on a roll in Canada with the budding explorer identifying a wealth of new uranium anomalies across the company’s burgeoning ground holdings in Canada’s famed Athabasca Basin.
A recent radiometric survey over the Hook Lake tenure has highlighted several uraniferous target zones in the northwest of the company’s permits alongside various new targets located outside recognised historical prospect areas.
In addition, the survey confirmed the company’s priority targets within its fertile ground holdings that including the historical Hook Lake uranium occurrence.
Valor commenced a high-resolution airborne geophysical survey over Hook Lake in July, with the radiometrics lighting up a slew of new anomalies across more than 110 square kilometres in the north of the uranium ground.Valor has now completed an evaluation of the survey with the company’s technical team identifying six tier one […]
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