ESO Uranium Corp.(TSXV:ESO) announced that it has encountered three more drill holes with significant anomalous radioactivity. PLS12-014 to PLS12-016 were all drilled as part of the Company’s Winter program on its joint venture Patterson Lake South property.
As quoted in the press release:
All three drill holes intersected zones of radioactivity that included significant widths of higher gamma radiation.
Drill hole PLS12-016 had the best average radioactivity which averaged 2516 cps* over 4.45 meters (14.7 feet) with a maximum value of 6032 cps.
Drill hole PLS12-015 had 1.95 m @ 662 cps in Mesozoic clastic sediments at 94.59 m.
Drill hole PLS12-016 had 0.25 m @710 cps in Devonian clastics at 54.96 m.