Some of the targets include a potential 200m Southerly extension of the Beatrice prospect, two new plots in the Beatrice project area, BT4 and BT1 found by specialized geophysical and radiometric surveys.

It also includes anomalous targets coincident with a geophysics defined anomaly and structure at TCC4 on the Tin Camp Creek project.

Alligator Energy plans to start drilling on the targets in early September with a light drill rig drilling up to 5,000m under the relatively thin cover with the help of shallow air-core and deeper diamond core drilling techniques.

The Beatrice prospect had earlier returned high-grade intersections, including 19m@3,626ppm (0.36%) U3O8.

Alligator Energy CEO Rob Sowerby said: "The forthcoming drilling program will be testing what I believe is by far the strongest set of targets since the company listed in 2011.

"The development of specialised geophysical tools to assist in the search for new uranium deposits has been a very significant factor in the generation of these very high quality drill targets."

The company collected over 1,000 samples for radiogenic isotope analyses with around two thirds of the results received till now.

SAM geophysical surveys were finished over seven areas with first processing of results completed. Final modelling is underway.