The Ross In-Situ Uranium (ISR) Project represents that portion of the greater Lance Projects Area first scheduled development, which is now in production. The Lance Projects are located on the northeast flank of the Powder River Basin in Wyoming, and were originally explored under NuBeth Joint Venture between Nuclear Dynamics Inc, Bethlehem Steel Corporation and later Pacific Power and Hydro (NuBeth JV). Initial exploration discovered thirteen substantial zones of uranium mineralization associated with an extensive system of roll fronts, which were further confirmed by drilling between 1970 and 1979.
As part of this exploration program, the NuBeth JV drilled more than 5,000 exploration and development holes, totaling in excess of 997,375 yards (912,000 meters). The proprietary database of the NuBeth JV historic drilling and pilot plant data was acquired by Peninsula/Strata in 2007, defining a relatively unknown uranium district of which Strata is now the dominant mineral rights holder.
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