Skyharbour Resources (SYH.V) has now completed the aerial survey over its Moore Uranium project in Canada’s Athabasca basin. The company was awaiting the final results of this survey before further refining its drill targets on the 357 square kilometer land package, and the results have now been interpreted.
The survey has identified several drill targets outside of the 2 kilometer strike length that has already been drilled to date, and some of these new targets will be drilled in the upcoming winter drill program. Skyharbour is aiming to drill 2,500 meters to test the basement targets as well as the unconformity targets at Moore, and the company has provided an extensive explanation of the three targets it would like to drill; Maverick East, the Northeast Extension of the Maverick structural corridor and the Otter target.
Although the market still couldn’t care less about Uranium these days (perhaps that will change after the Petition 232 work group in the USA publishes its results), Skyharbour is doing what it has to do: continuing to advance the Moore uranium project just to ensure it has something to show for once the interest in uranium stories comes back.
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