Chilling Project
Country Australia 
Province Northern territory
Close to Darwin
Latitude / Longitude 13 S 48 / 130 E 50
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Risk and valuation analysis of the Chilling Project
Status Risk : Green exploration
Country Risk : Very Low
Title(s) of the Chilling Project
Crossland Uranium Mines Ltd
Interest: 100%
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Pancontinental Uranium Corp.
Option: 50%
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Crossland has a 100% interest in the Chilling project. Through the Pancon & Crossland Joint Venture, Pancon has the right to earn a 50% interest in this property.
Location of the Chilling Project
The Chilling project is located in the uranium-rich Pine Creek Orogen of the Northern Territory in Australia, approximately 150 kilometres south of Darwin.
History of the Chilling Project
Crossland was formed in May 2006 through the merger of Crossland Mines Pty. Ltd. (“CMPL”) and Klondike Source Limited. The Chilling property was originally held by CMPL, a private company formed in late 2003 to evaluate a portfolio of targets across northern Australia generated with proprietary targeting methods.
Geology of the Chilling Project
Targets at Chilling include Alligator Rivers-type large, high grade unconformity-related uranium ore bodies. The Pine Creek Orogen contains the world-class uranium deposits of the Alligator Rivers Uranium Field.
Data last updated on : 3/25/2008
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