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Title: Annual report GEP27831 licence year 1: 23-02-2011 to 22-02-2012
Title Holder / Company: Crossland Diamonds
Report id: GR2012-0001
Tenure: GEP27831
Year: 2012
Abstract: Crossland Uranium Mines assessed the potential for generation of geothermal energy based on 'hot dry rock' geothermal models. Investigation focussed on areas with anomalous airborne radiometric readings of uranium, thorium and potassium in the Teapot Granite Complex. Sub-surface temperatures and gamma readings were measured in 15 diamond drillholes, CED-001 to CED-015, from EL25230. The Teapot Granite has the potential to generate heat by decay of radioactive content based on the high radiometric readings, reaching 6 times the background values. Further exploration is needed on conductivity, insulating properties and extent of Teapot Granite. Downhole survey, drillhole geology log and downhole gamma survey count data are included in report appendices. The exploration permit was surrendered in April 2013.
NOTESee also Charley Creek project, CR2011-0049
Drillholes also named CED2010-001 to CED2010-015
Date Added: 21-Jun-2019
Appears in Collections:Petroleum and Geothermal Tenure Reports (PEX Tenure)

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