Baselode Energy: Unveiling High-Grade Uranium Deposits and Pioneering Athabasca 2.0 Exploration
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Baselode is a company that has complete control over approximately 264,172 hectares of land in the Athabasca Basin area in northern Saskatchewan, Canada. This land package is not tied to any option agreements or royalties.
In September 2021, the company discovered a high-grade uranium deposit called ACKIO. The deposit extends over 375 meters along strike and is more than 150 meters wide. It consists of at least five separate zones, with mineralization starting as shallow as 28 meters below the surface and extending down to approximately 300 meters in depth. The majority of the mineralization is found within the upper 200 meters. The ACKIO deposit remains open for further exploration to the west, south, and along the Athabasca sandstone unconformity to the east and south.
Baselode's exploration strategy, known as Athabasca 2.0, focuses on finding high-grade uranium deposits near the surface, located outside the Athabasca Basin. To achieve this, the company utilizes innovative and well-understood geophysical methods to map deep structural controls and identify potential targets for diamond drilling.
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