Kitongo Prospect Project
Kitongo Prospect
Country Cameroon 
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Risk and valuation analysis of the Kitongo Prospect Project
Status Risk : Green exploration
Country Risk : Very High
Title(s) of the Kitongo Prospect Project
Mega Uranium Ltd.
Owner: 92%
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Mega owns 92% of Mega Uranium Cameroon plc, which has three projects consisting of six concessions with a total area of 4654 km2.
Location of the Kitongo Prospect Project
The Kitongo Project in central Cameroon comprises four adjacent concessions – Poli (1018km2), Salaki (811km2), Voko (402km2) and Gouna (347km2).
History of the Kitongo Prospect Project
In the 1980's, limited drilling intersected significant uranium mineralisation in small portions of the Kitongo and Lolodorf, but since then there has been no systematic exploration undertaken in all three project areas.
Geology of the Kitongo Prospect Project
The uranium mineralisation occurs as uraninite in the form of disseminations in wide zones of albitised granite, and in high grade veins. A drilling program is now being planned to test targets elsewhere along the Kitongo Fault scarp.
Exploration and drilling
3/4/2009Provides Update on Exploration Activities in Cameroon
Discoveries and Drilling Results
9/28/2009Wide Drill Intersections in the Salaki Uranium Prospect in C...
Data last updated on : 3/4/2009
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