February 16, 2011 Niger Uranium Limited announced the successful completion of phase one of its 2010/11 exploration drilling campaign on the Company's wholly-owned In Gall and Irhazer uranium licenses in Niger.
November 12, 2008 At Irhazer, a 1600 point radon and geochemical survey has commenced. At the nearby Azelik deposit uranium is hosted by the Assaouas Formation along the flanks of a major domal structure occurring on the Azelik fault; the doming and the faulting are thought to have been vital for the extensive mineralisation. Niger Uranium has identified two areas within the Irhazer license which have the potential to host the same formations in a very similar domal setting and which may therefore also host economic concentrations of uranium mineralisation.
January 31, 2008 A 2,500 metre Phase 1 drilling and trenching programme commenced on 18 (eighteen) targets within the Irhazer and In Gall licenses. Drilling to be completed by March 2008. Drilling initially focusing on the more southerly targets where a number of surface grab samples and geological mapping indicate strike extensive
stratiform mineralization, exposed at surface. The target is a Large Open-Pittable resource. U3O8 by XRF for 13 surface samples from these targets range from 45 to 880 ppm (0.088 %).