Cash Minerals is a Canadian-based company focused on uranium exploration in the Wernecke District of the Yukon Territory, Canada. This district includes numerous highly prospective uranium targets, which are currently being explored by the Company. Large-scale exploration was conducted in 2005 and 2006, which included extensive drilling at the Lumina and Igor properties. Initial positive results have encouraged the Company to continue drilling in 2007, with a primary objective of defining a uranium resource.
Under an agreement with Mega Uranium Ltd., Cash Minerals has the option to earn a 75% interest in the Wernecke uranium projects. These highly prospective properties include numerous iron-oxide copper-gold (IOCG) and structurally-controlled hydrothermal uranium targets. In addition to the portfolio of highly prospective uranium properties, Cash Minerals is engaged in exploring and developing coal properties in southwest Yukon Territory.
Exploration Company / Junior MinerUranium, Copper, Gold, Coal
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