Uranium International Corp. Receives a NI 43-101 Resource Calculation From Dalton Pass, New Mexico Propertyadmin
Thursday, August 28th 2008
The Board of Directors of Uranium International Corp. has received from M. Hassan Alief, M.Sc., CPG, of Alinco GeoServices Inc., a National Instrument 43-101 compliant technical report outlining the uranium mineral resource estimate for its Dalton Pass property.
The Dalton Pass Property (32 claims; 640 acres) evaluated in this technical report consists of thirty-six unpatented mining claims in Section 32, Township 17 North, Range 13 West, (T17N,R13W) NMPM, McKinley County, New Mexico. The claims are owned by Strathmore Minerals (US) Ltd. and are optioned to Uranium International. Uranium International has the right to earn 65% interest in the property by spending a specified amount as detailed in the company’s release of July 11, 2007, available on its website at http://www.uraniuminternational.com.
According to the UIC Technical Report, uranium mineralization is found within the upper, middle and lower parts of the Westwater Canyon sandstone Member of Morrison Formation. The mineralization may be a few inches to over ten feet thick, and extend from a few feet to a hundred or more feet in lengths.
Using the cut-off grade of 0.05% eU3O8 at an average grade of 0.095% and a grade times thickness (GT) of 0.25, Mr. Alief estimated a combined indicated and measured mineral resource totalling 1,622,650 tons of mineralized material, containing 3,070,726 lbs eU3O8, consisting of a measured mineral resource estimate of 446,267 tons of mineralized material containing 839,137 lbs of eU3O8 and an indicated mineral resource of 1,176,383 tons of mineralized material containing 2,231,589 lbs of eU3O8. In addition to the above measured and indicated mineral resource estimates, Mr. Alief reported an inferred mineral resource estimate of 908,127 tons of mineralized material at a grade of 0.084% eU3O8 containing a total of 1,529,823 lbs eU3O8.
Uranium International Corp. is an international resource exploration company with a foundational asset in New Mexico, USA. The Company is focused on the acquisition of properties with potential uranium targets.
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