The project comprises of seven exploration licenses totaling 6,074km2, and is considered highly prospective for sandstone hosted mineralization.

A total of 41 mud rotary holes were drilled for 9,057m during the seven week program, which has returned natural gamma results greater than 100ppm were re-logged with a PFN tool.

Significant widespread anomalies were detected in many of the holes, confirming groundwater and uranium migration through sandstone channels within both the Namba and the upper Eyre Formations.

The uranium was hosted by an altered siltstone at the top of an oxidized channel in the Eyre Formation at a depth of 123m.