The company appointed CGG Canada Services to conduct a Falcon airborne gravity gradiometer survey on Kelic Lake and Hook Lake properties.

The survey included 1,200 line kilometers at 100m line spacing, covering around 10×10 kilometer grid area. This survey will include magnetic and laser scanning digital elevation components.

Expected to be received in November, the results will be combined with geological, geochemical and geophysical data to refine and prioritize potential drill targets.

Alpha Exploration said it will provide details on the planned winter exploration at a later date after programs and budgets are approved.

Comprised of five mineral claims covering around 17,247 hectares, the Kelic Lake project is said to have complex structural zones with known uranium enrichment and clay alteration in drill holes and is substantially underexplored with several drill ready targets.