Skyharbour owns 100% of the 35,705 hectare Moore Uranium Project located 42 kilometres northeast of the Key Lake mill, approx. 15 kilometres east of Denison’s Wheeler River project, and 39 kilometres south of Cameco’s McArthur River mine. Unconformity-hosted uranium mineralization was discovered on the property at the Maverick Zone in the early 2000s at relatively shallow depths. Skyharbour has carried out several drill programs with multiple holes intersecting high-grade uranium mineralization over the 4km long Maverick corridor. Drill results include 20.8% U3O8 over 1.5m at 264m depth in hole ML-199, 9.12% U3O8 over 1.4m at 278m in hole ML-202 and 5.29% over 2.5m U3O8 at 279m depth in hole ML-200. Hole ML-202 represents a new high-grade discovery and illustrates the strong discovery potential of additional high-grade lenses along strike. The Company is planning additional drill programs to expand the known high-grade Maverick Zone and to test basement-hosted targets as well as regional targets.
Uranium and thorium mineralization discovered to date at Falcon Point is shallow and is hosted in two geological settings, with the southern half hosting classic Athabasca-style basement mineralization associated with well-developed EM conductors which include EWA, Walker and Fraser Lakes zones. Drilling to date on the Falcon Point Project totals over 22,000 metres in more than 110 holes. Over $15 million has been invested in exploration consisting of airborne and ground geophysics, multi-phased diamond drill campaigns, detailed geochemical sampling and surveys, and ground-based prospecting culminating in an extensive geological database for the project area.
The Hook Lake Project (formerly North Falcon Point) consists of 16 contiguous mining claims covering 25,846 hectares, located 60 km east of the Key Lake Uranium Mine in northern Saskatchewan. The Project is host to several prospective areas of uranium mineralization including the Hook Lake / Zone S High-grade surface outcrop with reported grades in grab samples up to 68% U3O8. A bio-geochemical survey carried out over the trenches in 2015 responded positively with along-strike anomalies 2 km to the northeast. Skyharbour signed a Definitive Agreement with Valor Resources on the Hook Lake Uranium Project whereby Valor can earn-in 80% of the project through $3,500,000 in total exploration expenditures, $475,000 in total cash payments over three years and an initial share issuance of 233,333,333 shares of Valor.
The Preston Project is a large land position totaling 49,635 hectares strategically located proximal to NexGen Energy's (TSX-V: NXE) high-grade Arrow uranium deposit and Fission Uranium's (TSX: FCU) Patterson Lake South Triple R deposit. In March 2017, Skyharbour and its Preston partner company Clean Commodities signed an option agreement with Orano Canada Inc. (formerly AREVA) to option up to 70% of the project for $8,00,000 in total project consideration ($7,300,000 in exploration and $700,000 in cash payments over six years). In March 2021, Orano completed the first earn-in of 51%, by completing $2,800,000 in exploration expenditures and making a total of $200,000 in cash payments over three years, and thus forming a joint venture with Skyharbour Resources and Dixie Gold both retaining a 24.5% interest. The Preston Uranium Project is a strategic, district-scale property with robust exploration upside potential and Skyharbour is utilizing the prospect generator model to advance this project with strategic partners.
The East Preston Uranium Project is a large land position totalling 25,329 hectares, representing the eastern region of the larger Preston Project strategically located near NexGen Energy Ltd’s high-grade Arrow deposit on its Rook-1 property and Fission Uranium Corp’s Triple R deposit located within their PLS Project area. In March 2017, Skyharbour signed an option agreement with Azincourt Uranium to option up to 70% of the East Preston Uranium Project for $3,500,000 in project consideration ($2,500,000 in exploration expenditures over three years and $1,000,000 in cash payments) and 4,500,000 shares. In February 2021, Azincourt completed their earn-in option of a 70% interest in the East Preston Uranium Project and formed a joint venture with Skyharbour Resources and Dixie Gold each holding a 15% interest in the Project.
The 3,473 hectare Mann Lake Uranium Project is strategically located in the eastern Athabasca Basin 25 km southwest of the McArthur River Mine and adjacent to the Mann Lake Joint Venture operated by Cameco (52.5%) with partners Denison Mines (30%) and Orano (formerly AREVA) (17.5%). Denison acquired International Enexco and its 30% interest on this adjacent project after a 2014 winter drill program discovered high-grade, basement-hosted uranium mineralization. In 2014, Skyharbour completed an EM survey on its Mann Lake Project that was successful in confirming the presence of a broad, NE-SW trending corridor of conductive basement rocks. In October 2021, an option agreement was signed with Basin Uranium Corp providing them with an earn-in option to acquire up to a 75% interest in the Mann Lake Uranium Project.
Skyharbour Resources holds a 100% interest in the approximately 1,780 acres of land that includes the former Selco South Bay copper-zinc-silver mine. The South Bay property is located in the Dent, Mitchell, and Agnew Townships, 80 kilometres east-northeast of Red Lake in northwestern Ontario.
The South Falcon East Project is a uranium project in the southeast Athabasca Basin and represents a portion of Skyharbour’s larger South Falcon Project. The project covers approximately 12,464 hectares and lies 18 kilometers outside the Athabasca Basin, approximately 55 kilometers east of the Key Lake Mine. Drilling to date on the entire Falcon Point Project area totals over 22,000 metres in more than 110 holes. Over $15 million has been invested in exploration consisting of airborne and ground geophysics, multi-phased diamond drill campaigns, detailed geochemical sampling and surveys, and ground-based prospecting culminating in an extensive geological database for the project area.
The 54,184 hectare Yurchison Lake property, acquired from Denison Mines Corp in 2014, is located 70 kilometres southeast of the McArthur River uranium mine and 35 kilometres east of the Moore Lake joint venture property. Skyharbour Resources holds a 100% interest in the project.
Foster River consists of seven claims totalling 37,529 hectares, located approx. 20km east of Cameco’s Key Lake operation and adjoins South Falcon project. The property contains numerous uraniferous showings including the Tojo, Burd Lake, and BUP showings, where grab samples returned uranium values ranging from 262 ppm U to 1.25% U3O8 in pitchblende veins.
The Pluto Bay property is 27,918 hectares located northeast of Black Lake and hosts numerous uranium showings and several electromagnetic conductors east of the regional Black Lake Fault.
The Riou River Project is a 18,227 hectare property located along the Riou River in the Athabasca Basin. It contains over 40km of discrete undrilled electromagnetic conductors along a magnetic low and anomalous boulder geochemistry.
The South Dufferin property is comprised of a single claim totalling 922 hectares and lies 13 km south of the Athabasca Basin margin, 32 km south of Cameco’s Centennial high-grade uranium deposit and 15 km south of their Dufferin Lake Zone.
The Usam Island project consists of 8 claims totalling 42,186 hectares located approx. 21km northeast of Cameco’s Eagle Point mine. It contains numerous electromagnetic conductors situated along significant magnetic lows of the Wollaston Domain.
The Wallee project, consisting of 4 claims totalling approx. 20,765 hectares, is located ~35km northwest of Cameco’s Eagle Point Mine. It has numerous untested electromagnetic conductors coinciding with significant magnetic and/or gravity lows in the Wollaston Domain.
The Russell Lake Project is a large, advanced-stage uranium exploration property totalling 73,294 hectares strategically located between Cameco’s Key Lake and McArthur River Projects and adjoining Denison’s Wheeler River Project to the west and Skyharbour’s Moore Uranium Project to the east. Highway 914, which services the McArthur River mine, runs through the western extent of the Property and greatly enhances accessibility. Similarly, a high-voltage powerline situated alongside Highway 914. Skyharbour’s acquisition of Russell Lake creates a large, nearly contiguous block of highly prospective uranium claims totalling 108,999 hectares between the Russell Lake and the Moore uranium projects.
The Highway Project consists of one claim covering 1,184 ha, approximately 41 km south of the Rabbit Lake Mine and 11 km SW of Uranium Energy Corp.'s (UEC, formerly UEX) West Bear U and Co-Ni Deposits. Highway 905 runs through the property, providing excellent access for exploration and the project is in close proximity to regional infrastructure. Despite its proximity to infrastructure and excellent access, the project is relatively underexplored.
The Highrock West project consists of 1 claim covering 2,028 ha located about 22 km south of the Key Lake Mine and 23 km east of Highway 914. Like the Highway and Highrock East projects, Highrock West is not currently covered by the Athabasca Basin, but is believed to have been under sandstone cover in the past, suggesting the project is prospective for basement-hosted unconformity-related uranium.
The Highrock East Project consists of one claim covering 5714. 2 Ha approximately 19 km southeast of Cameco's Key Lake operation. Despite lying outside the current extent of the Athabasca Basin, the Highrock East project was covered by the Athabasca Supergroup in its past, making the area prospective for unconformity-related uranium mineralization.