Engo Valley Uranium Project
The Engo Valley Project comprises a series of uranium anomalies exposed in and adjacent to Karoo sedimentary rocks.
The project is located around 600 km north of Swakopmund, on the Skeleton Coast of northern Namibia. The licence falls in the Skeleton Coast National Park. In July 2012, Metals received an Environmental Clearance and Access Permit allowing exploration to proceed in the area.
An extension application was lodged prior to the expiry of the licence in June 2013. The delay in granting of the environmental permit was the reason for the limited work carried out on the tenement. The Company now awaits the decision of the Ministry on the licence extension.
The Engo Valley licence area (EPL3306) and surrounds
The Engo Valley Primary Target Area Outcrop Geology and Paleochannel
The Engo Valley Primary Target Area Outcrop Geology and Gencor Radiometrics