Basin Uranium Completes Phase One Drilling At Mann Lake

BASIN URANIUM CORP. (CSE: NCLR) (OTC Pink: BURCF) (FSE: 6NP0) (‘Basin Uranium’ or the ‘Company’) has completed its phase one 2022 drill program at its Mann Lake project located 25 km southwest of the McArthur River Mine and 15 km to the northeast along strike of Cameco’s Millennium uranium deposit.
The phase one program consisted of 5 holes totalling 3,503 meters with the unconformity being intersected between 608 meters to 651 meters in all holes. This was the first significant drill program undertaken on the property since 2007.
The second phase of drilling is planned for the fall of this year and will consist of approximately 3,500 meters. Results from both the phase one drill program and upcoming geophysical surveys at Mann Lake will be used for targeting and follow-up in the second phase. The geophysical program, consisting of gravity and airborne mobile magnetotellurics (mobile MT) surveying, is anticipated to commence in early June.
About Basin Uranium Corp.
Basin Uranium Corp. is a Canadian junior exploration company focused on mineral exploration and development in the green energy sector. The Company owns the Wray Mesa project in southeastern Utah which has seen significant historic uranium and vanadium exploration and is located adjacent to the fully- permitted and production ready La Sal project. The Company has an option to acquire a 75% interest in the Mann Lake uranium project, located in the Athabasca basin in Northern Saskatchewan, Canada and holds an option in the CHG gold exploration project located approximately 15 kilometers northwest of the town of Clinton in south-central British Columbia.