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June 15, 2009
Titan Uranium Inc. announce drill results from the Virgin Trend project, northern Saskatchewan, Canada. The drill hole intersected the unconformity between the flat lying Athabasca sandstone rocks and the underlying steeply dipping basement rocks at 1237.55 metres depth. Analytical results from composite samples taken at 10 metre intervals displayed highly anomalous boron values in the sandstone rocks (up to 2320 ppm). Background is typically 100 ppm boron. From subcrop at 67 metres to 900 metres, 60% of the 84 samples exhibited greater than 500 ppm boron and all but two showed greater than 100 ppm boron. Anomalous boron concentrations were also noted from 1010 metres to 1100 metres and from 1190 metres to 1230 metres, just above the unconformity. The analytical results indicated the presence of illite and sudoite clay species throughout the sandstone rocks generally in areas with the greatest boron concentrations. In addition, the sandstone and basement rocks displayed evidence of faulting which is typically associated with bleaching. The probe results showed no significant radioactivity. Boron, illite and sudoite anomalies are typically part of hydrothermal alteration systems associated with unconformity style uranium mineralization in the Athabasca Basin.
August 11, 2008
The airborne gravity gradiometer survey commenced. The results of the airborne gravity gradient survey will be integrated with those from the Megatem and magneto-telluric surveys to provide targets for ground follow up using state of the art deep penetrating electromagnetic systems.
May 31, 2008
Interpretation of the data from the 2007 Megatem survey shows a deep sandstone conductor in the south part of the property which will be the focus of deep penetrating ground EM surveys this summer.