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Strathmore Plus Uranium Corp – HITS MAJOR STEP OUT 800 FEET AWAY!!!

The initial 12 holes at the Agate Project in the Shirley Basin all hit mineralization.
 
Best results include:
 
810 ppm over 16 feet, 820 ppm over 7 feet, 630 ppm over 6.5 feet, 330 ppm over 10.5 feet
 
Drill targeted a shallow uranium deposit previously explored by Kerr McGee Corporation in the 1970s
 
Combined with over 650 previous holes, these results confirm that the deposit is amenable to ISR mining techniques
 
Strathmore Plus is permitted to drill 100 holes (15,000 feet) at Agate
 
We are IMPRESSED with the initial drilling from the Agate project, where we expect drilling to progress relatively quickly. With each of the first 12 holes intersecting mineralization, this gives us real confidence that the deposit once explored by Kerr McGee, can provide several areas of potential mineralization worthy of follow up drilling. 

Strathmore Hits First Step Out 800 Feet Away

Kelowna, British Columbia–(Newsfile Corp. – October 19, 2023) – Strathmore Plus Uranium Corporation (TSXV: SUU) (OTCQB: SUUFF) (“Strathmore” or “the Company“) is pleased to announce the results of an additional 16 holes drilled at the Agate project in the Shirley Basin Uranium District of central Wyoming. Drilling has extended the known mineralization at least 800 feet west of discovery hole AG-10-23 which encountered 16 feet of 0.081% eU3O8 (see press release dated October 16, 2023); new drill hole AG-16-23 intercepted 21 feet of 0.089% eU3O8 from 79-100 feet (see table below). The 16 holes were drilled to the north, west, and east of the discovery hole, extending mineralization in each direction. Additionally, new drill holes AG-28-23 and AG-29-23, which encountered mineralization, were drilled 800 feet north of hole AG-16-23; exploration is ongoing across this area of the property.

Phase 1 of exploratory drilling at the Agate project is targeting the Lower “A” sand of the Eocene Wind River Formation, an arkosic-rich sandstone which is noted for its high porosity, permeability, and transmissivity. Strathmore is exploring an area of the Agate project where historical drilling completed by Kerr McGee Corporation in the 1970s encountered uranium roll-front deposits, saturated with groundwater, from 80-150 feet deep. The intercept results for the 16 holes are reported at a minimum thickness of 2-feet and a grade cutoff of 0.02% eU3O8 (equivalent uranium). In addition, those mineralized holes with below cutoff intercepts are included and italicized in the table below.

Read full news release here.

Saturated Roll Front in “A” Sand Yields Textbook ISR Mineralization

Kelowna, British Columbia–(Newsfile Corp. – October 16, 2023) – Strathmore Plus Uranium Corporation (TSXV: SUU) (OTCQB: SUUFF) (“Strathmore” or “the Company“) is pleased to announce the results of the first twelve holes drilled at our Agate project in the Shirley Basin uranium district of Wyoming, where all 12 holes hit mineralization. These results confirm that the Agate project is ideal for ISR mining.

The drilling targeted a shallow uranium deposit previously explored by Kerr McGee Corporation during the 1970s, where over 650 holes were drilled.
 
Phase 1 of exploratory drilling at the Agate project is targeting the Lower A sand of the Eocene Wind River Formation, an arkosic-rich sandstone which is noted for its high porosity, permeability, and transmissivity. The Lower A sand contains most of the known uranium resources currently delineated in the Shirley Basin district and was host for the majority of 55 million pounds of uranium previously mined in the district from the 1960-80s.
 
Strathmore is exploring an area of the Agate project where historical drilling completed by Kerr McGee encountered uranium roll-front deposits, saturated with groundwater, from 80-130 feet deep. The exploration is being completed by mud-rotary drilling followed by geophysical logging. The intercept results from the twelve holes tabled below are reported at a minimum thickness of 2-feet and a grade cutoff of 0.02% eU3O8 (equivalent uranium determined by calibrated geophysical tools).
 
Read full news release here.

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