Wynbring Project
Wynbring Project
Country Australia 
Province South australia
Close to Coober pedy
Status BROWN EXPLORATION 
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Risk and valuation analysis of the Wynbring Project
Status Risk : Brown exploration
Country Risk : Very Low
Title(s) of the Wynbring Project
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Fission energy Limited
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Location of the Wynbring Project
The Wynbring project is considered highly prospective for the discovery of palaeochannel hosted (roll–front–style) uranium deposits. It is situated within the Gawler Craton approximately 180km southwest of Coober Pedy in South Australia near the Trans Australia Railway.
 
History of the Wynbring Project
The Wynbring area was explored in the early 1980’s by uranium explorer PNC Exploration (Australia) Pty Ltd and most of PNC’s work was south of Fission's ground. However, PNC reported radiometric anomalies up to 300cps (5 times background) from probin more...
 
Data last updated on : 12/31/2006
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