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We are focussed on exploring for Uranium in Canada. Our corporate site is http://www.staruranium.com
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- Capital Structure
- The Company
- Properties (Will Include map(s))
- Why Uranium
- Contact Information
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Shares Issued: 47,473,630
Shares Fully Diluted: 61,423,630
52 Week Price Range: 0.29 0.89
Recent Share Price: 0.60
Market Cap: Will Provide Later
Cash Position: Will Provide Later
Debt: Will Provide Later
Star Uranium Corporation is a Canadian based resource company focused in the strategic acquisition and development of uranium, diamond and precious metal properties on a worldwide basis. Since 1985, the Company's strategy has been to acquire quality uranium, diamond and base metal properties in the Athabasca Basin of Saskatchewan, Canada as well as various areas of Alberta.
Rick Walker, President & C.E.O. Director
Rick T. Kusmirski, MSc, PGeo Director
Derek L. Ivany
Vice President Business Development Director
Mike Magrum P.Eng Director
- High demand as an energy source
- Significant Price increase
- Production shortfalls
- Diminished supply
- Growing cost of alternative fuels used to produce electricity
- More than 140 new reactors to be built over the next 10 years
- Uranium is more than 10,000 times the energy output than oil (megajoule/kg)
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Black Lake, Stony Rapids - Saskatchewan, Canada
Star Uranium owns 100% interest in a group of seven claims near the town of Stony Rapids, along the northern edge of the Athabasca Basin. Stony Rapids is services by provincial highway 905 and regular air service is connected to the provincial power grid. The Black Lake properties were acquired after UEX Corp. announced a new discovery in the area in late 2004. For the first time, unconformity-type uranium mineralization was encountered in this area of the basin. Deposits of this type are found at mines in other parts of the basin.
A program of surface geology and sampling on Star Uraniums properties produced favourable results from both boulder samples and soil samples. Strongly chloritic sandstone boulders from one area have anomalous geochemistry in uranium, lead, boron and arsenic. Soil samples from a second area were anomalous in uranium, cobalt, nickel, thorium, copper, molybdenum, arsenic, tungsten and yttrium. These associated elements are important indicators in other deposits in the basin.
Both of the areas of interest also are near geophysical conductors, and both will be drill-tested in 2006.
Collins Bay, Wollaston Lake - Sakatchewan, Canada
Star Uranium has a 100% interest in a 4000-acre mineral claim immediately to the east of Cameco Corporations Eagle Point Uranium Mine.
Also in the vicinity are three other Uranium deposits: 1. Collins Bay 2. Rabbit Lake 3. McClean Lake
The property hosts two northern-trending conductive zones which have never been drill-tested. Geophysics has been conducted on these targets and they will be drilled when ice conditions allow, as they are situated on Wollaston Lake.
Cree Lake - Saskatchewan, Canada
Star Uranium recently acquired a 100% interest in a 5917 hectare property at Waite Bay on Cree Lake, Saskatchewan. The property sits on the Cable Bay fault and hosts a series of known conductors. An airborne survey will be flown over the property in April to further define the conductors, to be followed by a summer ground grogram. Other properties in the Cree Lake area are held by CanAlaska Ventures, JNR Resources, Cogema and Cameco Corporation.
Way Lake - Saskatchewan Canada
Star Uranium Corp. has acquired by staking 8 mineral claims totaling over 100,000 acres in the area of JNR Resources Inc.s recently announced discovery (up to 48% U3O8) contained in surface bedrock samples from their recently completed summer work program at Hook Lake, part of their Way Lake project.
Six of the new claims adjoin JNR Resources Inc.s Way Lake project and are located south of the discovery. Star Uranium has named these six claims the Alexander Lake project. The remaining two claims, known as the Pardoe Lake property, are to the east of the new discovery and are contiguous to JNRs Yurchison Lake project to the north and the JNR / International Uranium Pendleton Lake project to the south. Please refer to the Star Uranium Corp. website at http://www.staruranium.com/special to view the map indicating the proximity of the properties to one another.