Strathmore Minerals Corp. (TSX:STM,OTCQX:STHJF) announced drilling is ongoing at its Gas Hills, Wyoming uranium project.
As quoted in the press release:
As at May 31st 2012, the Company’s largest drill program to date: 128 drill holes totalling 32,075 feet has been completed. All holes have been logged with a Prompt Fission Neutron Tool (PFN), which directly measures the uranium content, or a gamma probe which indirectly measures the uranium content. Three logging trucks have been used. Two are PFN trucks: one operated by GAA Wireline Services of Casper, Wyoming, and one Company owned and operated by either Strathmore or GAA technical personnel. The third is a conventional Century geophysical truck with a gamma probe.