Fission President, COO and Chief Geologist, Ross McElroy, discusses some of the drivers behind Fission's success as an explorer.
- 2.63km mineralized tend - the largest in the region and still wide open
- New high-grade zones discovered each year since 2012
- Mineralization discovered at multiple exploration hot spots requiring follow up
- Over 100 EM Conductors - vital for hosting high-grade uranium
- Majority of PLS remains unexplored - it’s still early days
- PLS is being explored by industry-leading, multi-discipline technical team
- Every drill program includes a strong focus on making new discoveries at PLS
Fission is the most awarded uranium explorer for a reason and its multi-discipline team, which is headed-up by Fission President and Chief Geologist, Ross McElroy, includes geologists, geophysicists, geochemists and a variety of highly-skilled consultants and technicians. This is the team that has made two major discoveries in three years - the J-Zone at Waterbury Lake and of course the Triple R at PLS.
Hungry for More
Based on success to date and its knowledge of the geology involved, Fission’s team firmly believes that it has only just begun to unlock the potential the mineralized system at PLS. This map shows where regional exploration drilling has encountered mineralization that requires follow up.
The Exploration Awards
Fission’s overwhelming success has received international acclaim and led to a number of coveted awards, including PDAC Bill Dennis Award for Prospecting Success, The Northern Miner’s Mining Person/s of the Year and The Mining Journal’s Exploration Project of the Year. While not officially an award, the Triple has also been highlighted by The Mining Journal as the leading undeveloped uranium project in the world.