Thor Energy identifies “strong, exciting anomalies” with heliborne surveys

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Thor Energy PLC (AIM:THR, OTCQB:THORF, ASX:THR) Managing Director Nicole Galloway Warland speaks to Thomas Warner from Proactive after the uranium and energy metals-focused exploration company announced results from recently completed heliborne magnetic and radiometric surveys over the Companys 100% owned uranium and vanadium projects Wedding Bell, Radium Mountain and Vanadium King, situated within the Uravan Mineral Belt in Colorado and Utah, USA.

The survey marks the first time that advanced exploration techniques have been employed in the area since the 1960s and 70s. The survey identified strong uranium anomalies, some of which are in proximity to historic mining sites, suggesting potential extensions of mineralization or untapped resources. Galloway Warland says that Groundhog and Section 23 emerged as priority areas, and will be included in the upcoming drilling program, which follows a successful 2022 program.

With final approvals from federal and state authorities in hand, the company anticipates commencing drilling in September. She concludes by saying that "We're really starting to get a really good understanding of the style of mineralisation in the area.

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