Bayswater expands drilling program

- August 11th, 2008

Bayswater Uranium Corporation reports the start of the Phase 4 drilling program at Elkhorn Project in northeast Wyoming. The Phase 4 program is planned to include about 16,300 feet (4968 m) in 127 resource drill holes and 6500 feet (1981 m) in 37 exploration holes. The main objective of the drilling program is to define and further … Continued

Bayswater Uranium Corporation reports the start of the Phase 4 drilling program at Elkhorn Project in northeast Wyoming.

The Phase 4 program is planned to include about 16,300 feet (4968 m) in 127 resource drill holes and 6500 feet (1981 m) in 37 exploration holes. The main objective of the drilling program is to define and further expand uranium mineralization in the Busfield and Vickers mine areas, as well as at the historic Quad and Clover regions to increase resources in preparation for completing a revised NI 43-101 resource estimate for the project area.

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