Elmeki Project
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Risk and valuation analysis of the Elmeki Project
Status Risk : Green exploration
Country Risk : Very High
Title(s) of the Elmeki Project
Oklo Uranium
Owner: 100%
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Location of the Elmeki Project
The Elmeki Project lies on the western margin of the Aïr Massif which lies immediately to the east of the Tim Mersoï Basin
History of the Elmeki Project
The exploration potential in terms of likely uranium mineralisation present at the Elmeki project is similar to Oklo’s Kidal Project in Mali.
Geology of the Elmeki Project
The largely granitic rocks of the Aïr Massif have long been considered the source of the uranium found at economic grades in the sediments of the Tim Mersoï Basin, a Palaeozoic-aged sedimentary basin immediately west of the Aïr Massif. Oklo has selected this ground on the basis of known widespread pegmatoid granites and the possible preservation of palaeo-channels in the project area.
Data last updated on : 12/21/2009
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