Mesa Uranium Expands the Green Energy Lithium Project

- March 17th, 2010

Mesa Uranium reports the addition of new claims extending over a potentially high grade brine target at the Green Energy lithium project, Utah.
The new claims overlay a syncline, or structural trough, thought to contain higher concentrations of brine exceeding the previously acquired portion of the project located on an anticline, or structural dome. A petroleum engineering report […]

Mesa Uranium reports the addition of new claims extending over a potentially high grade brine target at the Green Energy lithium project, Utah.

The new claims overlay a syncline, or structural trough, thought to contain higher concentrations of brine exceeding the previously acquired portion of the project located on an anticline, or structural dome. A petroleum engineering report from 1966 suggested the syncline would host a higher concentration of minerals through hydrodynamic drive (gravity and water pressure).

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