Purepoint Uranium Group Inc: Turnor Lake Update

- June 15th, 2010

Purepoint Uranium reports  its upcoming exploration plans for the Turnor Lake project on the north-eastern margin of Canada’s Athabasca Basin.
The company intends to prioritize its drill targets at Turnor Lake by conducting field work that utilizes the Canadian Mining Industry Research Organization (CAMIRO) methodologies for the direct detection of uranium deposits (see Purepoint press release dated […]

Purepoint Uranium reports  its upcoming exploration plans for the Turnor Lake project on the north-eastern margin of Canada’s Athabasca Basin.

The company intends to prioritize its drill targets at Turnor Lake by conducting field work that utilizes the Canadian Mining Industry Research Organization (CAMIRO) methodologies for the direct detection of uranium deposits (see Purepoint press release dated June 1, 2010). A series of detailed geophysical surveys have been conducted on the property since November 2006 and numerous drill targets, including EM conductors and structurally complex areas having evidence of intersecting structures, remain untested.

Purepoint’s Scott Frostad, VP of  Exploration says:

“Turnor Lake has consistently returned results indicating a widespread uranium mineralizing event” . “It is a structurally complex property, and we anticipate that our application of the CAMIRO techniques at Turnor Lake will assist in prioritizing the property’s best drill targets.”

For complete news release, click here.

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