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URANIUM: $5.5M drilling program planned at Waterbury Lake

SASKATCHEWAN – The winter drilling program at the Waterbury Lake uranium property in the eastern part of the Athabasca Basin will total 21,000 metres in 60 holes at a cost of $5.5 million, according to the project operator Fission Energy...



SASKATCHEWAN – The winter drilling program at the Waterbury Lake uranium property in the eastern part of the Athabasca Basin will total 21,000 metres in 60 holes at a cost of $5.5 million, according to the project operator Fission Energy Corp. of Kelowna, BC. The project is a joint venture of Fission (60%) and its the Korea Waterbury Uranium LP (40%).

The primary focus of the drilling is the J zone to contains both high grade unconformity mineralization as well as the basement mineralization. Delineation drilling will be carried out by three drills in areas A, B and C.

An updated map highlighting the planned 2013 winter drill program, in addition to the final results of the summer 2012 program can be found at Fission-Energy.com/s/WaterburyLake.asp.


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