Husab Project
Country Namibia 
Surface 637 km² / 157,403 acres
Latitude / Longitude 22 S 35 / 15 E 00
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Last updated on 12/1/2010 - Terms of Use
Risk and valuation analysis of the Husab Project
Status Risk : Early discovery
Country Risk : Moderate
Title(s) of the Husab Project
Extract Resources
Joint venture: 51%
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Extract Resources (Namibia) (Pty) Ltd has entered into a farm-in joint venture agreement with West Africa Gold Exploration (Namibia) P/L (WAGE), in respect to the mineral rights on the Husab EPL 3138 located in Namibia. Under the terms of the JV, Extract can earn a 51% interest by expending A$400,000 on the project, within a 18 month period.
Location of the Husab Project
The project is located approximately 40 kilometres east of the coastal city of Swakopmund within the central zone of the Damara Orogen, and covers an area of approximately 555 km².
History of the Husab Project
The Ida Dome/Welwitchia locality was explored for uranium mineralisation during the period 1974 to 1981 by subsidiaries of Anglo American Corporation of South Africa, following the discovery of the nearby granite hosted Rossing uranium deposit.
Geology of the Husab Project
There are a number of radiometric anomalies and known uranium occurrences within, and in the general area of the EPL. The licence holds potential for both primary uranium mineralisation and secondary calcrete hosted uranium mineralisation.
Data last updated on : 10/1/2009
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