Fission Energy and ESO Uranium have commenced ground work on the Patterson Lake South Property in Saskatchewan, Canada.
The project covers 13,497 hectares in 12 mineral claims on the southwest margin of the Athabasca Basin in the Broach Lake – Patterson Lake area.
A ground radon/radiometric survey will be carried out over an area with strongly anomalous historical radon/radiometric values, coincident with an extension of the Patterson conductor corridor.
The conductors appear to have been disrupted by cross cutting structures, inferring major fault off-setting, which is possibly significant to uranium mineralization.
In addition, a geochemical survey will be completed over an apparent 900m radioactive boulder train identified by a high resolution magnetic and radiometric survey completed in October 2009.
Fission Energy and ESO Uranium each hold a 50% interest in the Patterson Lake South Property.