Terra Uranium in advanced JV talks for core projects

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Terra Uranium Ltd (ASX:T92) chair Andrew Vigar tells Proactive the company is in advanced discussions with potential large JV farm-in & joint development partners on its core projects to drill this winter. T92s core projects – HawkRock, Pasfield and Parker – have now been advanced from conceptual to drill-ready targets. He says the Pasfield and Parker projects have seven targets each and HawkRock has four. The company is now actively seeking partners to test these tier 1 targets whilst continuously evaluating new opportunities.

The core projects in the revitalised Cable Bay Shear Zone have been moved from concept based on old data to 24 drill- ready targets based on the latest science. The Company has achieved in just 12 months of work to the highest standards what should have taken 2 years or more. The next steps will be exciting indeed.

About Terra Uranium

Terra Uranium Limited is a mineral exploration company strategically positioned in the Athabasca Basin, Canada, a premium uranium province hosting the worlds largest and highest-grade uranium deposits. Canada is a politically stable jurisdiction with established access to global markets. Using the very best people available and leveraging our in-depth knowledge of the Basins structures and deposits we are targeting major discoveries under cover that are close to existing production infrastructure. We have a philosophy of doing as much as possible internally and working closely with the local communities. The Company is led by a Board and Management with considerable experience in Uranium. Our dedicated exploration team is based locally in Saskatoon, Canada.

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+61 413 713 744


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