Pancon/Crossland Commence Drilling at Kalabity

- April 6th, 2010

Pancontinental Uranium and Crossland Uranium Mines, joint partner report that drilling has began at their Kalabity uranium project, South Australia.
The Kalabity drilling marks the start of an aggressive 2010 Australian exploration program by Pancon and Crossland which includes seven drill programs to be conducted across their Kalabity(SA) and Chilling/Charley Creek Projects in the Northern Territory(NT).
Geoff Eupene, CEO of […]

Pancontinental Uranium and Crossland Uranium Mines, joint partner report that drilling has began at their Kalabity uranium project, South Australia.

The Kalabity drilling marks the start of an aggressive 2010 Australian exploration program by Pancon and Crossland which includes seven drill programs to be conducted across their Kalabity(SA) and Chilling/Charley Creek Projects in the Northern Territory(NT).

Geoff Eupene, CEO of Crossland says:

“The Tabita Prospect at Kalabity represents a quite different style of mineralization in this area, where davidite is usually the main uranium bearing mineral in other nearby prospects”.

“On our current available information, while Tabita appears to contain carnotite, the uranium vanadium mineral that is common in calcrete deposits, the prospect is not a calcrete channel deposit. The region around Tabita is on a slightly elevated area between streams, but the soils there carry gypsum, calcium sulphate”.

“We delayed our drilling on the Kalabity Project for a year to focus on our NT properties, so we are anxious to finally test this near-surface opportunity”.

For complete news release, click here.

For Pancontinental Uranium’s company profile, click here.

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