Titan Uranium has completed ground D.C resistivity survey on the Thorburn Lake project in Athabasca Basin, Canada, and will conduct a 4000m drill program on the project.
The results of the D.C. Resistivity geophysical program has outlined several targets that are interpreted as alteration chimneys along and cross-cutting Thorburn Lake electromagnetic (TDEM) conductive trend.
Titan Uranium will use the geophysical surveys to target the follow-up drilling with 3500-4000m in eight to ten drill holes.
The program follows-up on previous results along the Thorburn trend where a 15m basal sandstone section in hole TBN-08-04 returned 1.1 to 90.4 ppm uranium, and at the unconformity assayed 487 ppm uranium over a 0.60 metre interval.
The Thorburn property consists of two contiguous mineral claims totaling 2802 hectares in the eastern portion of the Athabasca Basin.