Projects

  • Brustad
  • UMR
  • Bader

Major Future Uranium Source

  • 75,154.4Ha over 4 Projects
  • Surrounded by Uranium's biggest players
  • High grade deposits contiguous to RadioFuels Projects
  • Well establish Uranium infrastructure, including the McClean Lake Uranium Mill
A+
Exploring the Athabasca Basin, prime real estate for high-grade Uranium
80+ years
Experienced board and management team with 80+ years of experience
95%
Considerable land holding: 75,154.4Ha in a district which is 95% un-explored
18%+
Uranium market set to rally in light of increased demand

Cigar Lake Mine

McArthur River mine

Key Lake Mine

Cluff Lake Mine

( Closed )

Upper Maybelle
River Property
Bader Lake
Property
Brustad River
Property
Brustad River Project
56,221 hectares

Potential: Brustad River Property extends from outside the southern margin of the Athabasca Basin north across multiple mapped faults and basement.

Adjacent neighbors:
CAMECO, Dennison, Noka and Dahrouge

Historic MEGATEM electromagnetic (EM) and magnetic survey

Historic MEGATEM electromagnetic (EM) and magnetic survey from 2007 by Fugro Airborne Surveys shows potential regions of interest over the Brustad River claim

This enhanced resolution will permit more precise drill targeting, even from the preliminary data processing.

The new magnetic-radiometric survey greatly enhances resolution of magnetic faults.

Radiometric data awaits further processing.

Brustad River Property - History

First staked before 2006 and the uranium bull market that peaked in 2008, the claims area came open in 2010, was re-staked in 2013 during the staking rush following the Fission Uranium discovery at Patterson Lake. The Property came open again in 2015 with no work completed, and was staked for Radio Fuels Corp in 2017.

Regional airborne magnetic and electromagnetic surveys identified at least 8 faults on the Property.

Area never worked in detail giving strong potential for discovery.

Radio Fuels acquired in 2017 and expanded the claims in May 2018.

Upper Maybelle River Project
12,851 hectares

Potential: Maybelle River parallel faults project on to UMR Property; targets for high-grade uranium such as at AREVA’s Maybelle River deposit in Alberta (up to 21% U3O8 over 5.0 m)

Adjacent neighbors:
AREVA, NEXGEN, Dahrouge

UMR Property - History

First staked during the uranium bull market that peaked in 2008

Subject to airborne magnetic and electromagnetic surveys which identified faults that project to Areva’s Maybelle River high-grade uranium drilling in Alberta

Coincident basement unconformity associated conductors provide priority targets

Radio Fuels acquired in 2017 and expanded the claims in May 2018.

Upper Maybelle River Property - Geological Setting:

The Upper Maybelle River Property occurs within the southwestern Athabasca Basin adjacent to the Alberta border. 
Mapped within the claims area are Athabasca Group sandstones (and minor conglomerates) of the Meso- to Paleoproterozoic Lazenby Lake Formation (Clampitt and Sheils members) and Proterozoic (1.98 Ga) basement rocks of the Lloyd – Taltson Magmatic Zone.

The basement Lloyd – Taltson Magmatic Zone comprises granitoiod intrusions and (based on magnetic signatures) basement metasedimentary rocks. Parallel fault(s) to the mineralized structures carrying the Maybelle River high-grade uranium intersections in Alberta appear likely to extend across the Upper Maybelle River

Bader Lake Project
6,082 hectares

Potential: Bader Lake extends from near the southern margin of the Athabasca Basin north across at least 8 previously mapped faults providing targets, and between Patterson Lake to the west, and the Dufferin Lake/Centennial to the east. Little work has yet been completed on the Property, making it a target with great upside.

Adjacent neighbors:
AREVA, NEXGEN

Bader Lake property - History

First staked bfore 2006 and the uranium bull market that peaked in 2008, the claims area came open in 2010, was re-staked in 2013 during the staking rush following the Fission Uranium discovery at Patterson Lake. The Property came open again in 2015 with no work completed, and was staked for Radio Fuels Corp in 2017.

Regional airborne magnetic and electromagnetic surveys identified at least 8 faults on the Property.

Area never worked in detail giving strong potential for discovery.

Radio Fuels acquired in 2017 and expanded the claims in May 2018.

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