Baselode Energy CEO James Sykes joined Steve Darling from Proactive to provide an update on the drilling program at the Hook project, with a specific focus on the high-grade uranium zone known as ACKIO. The company has allocated a total of 10,000 meters for the drilling program, with 7,500 meters dedicated to delineation and expansion diamond drilling on ACKIO, and 2,500 meters allocated for reconnaissance exploration in a key location.
Sykes informed Proactive that Hole AK23-095, drilled at the ACKIO target, has yielded impressive results. It ranks as the fourth-best drill hole in terms of total radioactivity, with a reading of 1,019 counts per second (cps) over a 35.75-meter interval starting at a depth of 36 meters. The initial holes of the program primarily focused on infill and definition drilling of Pods 4 and 5. Hole AK23-095, on the other hand, was specifically designed for the delineation and expansion drilling of Pods 1, 2, and 7. Notably, Pod 7 remains open to the west, indicating the potential for further mineralization.
With 15 drill holes completed thus far in the program, Baselode Energy continues to make significant progress in understanding the geological characteristics of the ACKIO high-grade uranium zone.
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