Pia serves as a bridge between sales, clients, and the development team, ensuring that products are delivered on time and on spec. Since moving to Vancouver in 2005, she has been in project and client account management roles, including running web and print campaigns from inception to completion. She was the first production manager at Dig Media in 2008; she left briefly, but rejoined the company in 2011. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in journalism from the University of the Philippines.
Kivalliq Energy Corporation (TSXV:KIV) CEO Jim Paterson was on Palisade Radio this week, speaking with Collin Kettell about the uranium industry, and the recent news on the Kagoshima District Court’s rejection of a legal bid to block the reopening of the Sendai nuclear station.
NexGen Energy Ltd. (TSXV:NXE) announced results from its ongoing winter 2015 drill program at the Rook I property, Athabasca Basin of Saskatchewan. Drill hole AR-15-44b hit 190.70 m total composite mineralization including 40.45 m off-scale radioactivity within a 519.0 m section, which substantially expanded the high grade core of the A2 shear. Forty three out of forty five drill holes completed at the Arrow Zone of Rook I to date have intersected uranium mineralization, and according to VP for Exploration Garrett Ainsworth, “Arrow now has significant off-scale mineralization at both the southwest and northeast extents, which we will aggressively follow up on in our summer drill program. Other mineralized intersections from AR-15-42a and -43a continue to confirm continuity, and increase the extents within the high grade cores of the A2 and A3 shears.”
CanAlaska Uranium (TSXV:CVV) has discovered uranium mineralization at the North West Manitoba project at Maguire Lake via a down hole gamma ray log that revealed highly anomalous responses attributable to uranium mineralization. The mineralization is between 164 and 238 metres, as well as between 285 and 347 metres. CanAlaska is continuing drilling on
at least 4 additional lake targets and 7 additional land targets.
Forum Uranium Corp. (TSXV:FDC) encountered an alteration within sandstones overlying a major structural lineament during its 2,453 metre drill program on the Fir Island project in the Athabasca Basin. Five targets were tested with the last five holes focused on the East Channel Zone where the said alteration was found.
Australia’s Paydirt recently featured Peninsula Energy (ASX:PEN) and its Lance project in Wyoming, USA. The article highlighted the company’s $69.4 million fully underwritten institutional funding, its first sales contract in 2011, management, and pending pre-feasibility study. According to the article, “With $60 million equity secured to build stage one, Peninsula has debt facilities it can drawdown to fund stage two capex at Lance of $US35 million, while $US25 million in debt and $US53 million working capital would be required for stage three.”
NexGen Energy Ltd. (TSXV:NXE) reported that additional anomalous radioactivity has been drilled at the Bow Discovery area, located along trend from the Arrow zone on the Rook I property, Athabasca Basin, Saskatchewan. Drill hole BO-15-13 increased the strike length of Bow
to 350 m with weak mineralization over two narrow intervals; while Hole BO-15-11 hit anomalous and 0.10 m off-scale radioactivity of up to 10,200 cps.
CanAlaska Uranium Ltd. (TSXV:CVV,OTCQB:CVVUF,FWB:DH7N) reported the discovery of multiple gravity anomalies at the Patterson West uranium project in the Athabasca Basin, including an intense 1.5 by 0.5 km anomaly along a major geological domain boundary. Makena Resources is CanAlaksa’s joint venture partner, and is currently earning a 50% interest in the Patterson West property.
Makena Resources Inc. (TSXV:MKN) discovered multiple gravity anomalies including one that is 1.5 km long by 0.5 km wide on its Patterson Uranium Prospect. The property directly borders Fission Energy’s Patterson Lake South discovery in the Athabasca Basin, Saskatchewan.
Energy Fuels Inc. (NYSEMKT:UUUU,TSX:EFR) announced that the United States District Court for the District of Arizona denied a challenge, including claims alleging non-compliance with certain environmental and cultural procedural laws, by non-government organizations and a Native American tribe to the Company’s ability to operate its Canyon mine. Judge David G. Campbell ordered the plaintiffs’ action terminated and granted summary judgment in favor of the U.S. Forest Service and Energy Fuels,