IsoEnergy Intersects Uranium Mineralization in Hurricane Zone

IsoEnergy Intersects Uranium Mineralization in Hurricane Zone

IsoEnergy Ltd has reported new intersections of strong radioactivity from the now completed summer drilling program at the Hurricane zone, which has successfully

expanded the mineralized footprint to the south. The Hurricane zone is a recent discovery of high-grade uranium mineralization on the Company's 100% owned Larocque East property in the Eastern Athabasca Basin of Saskatchewan

Highlights:

South Extension drill hole LE20-76 intersected 7.5m of uranium mineralization (>500 CPS), including 3.5m of continuous off-scale mineralization (>65,000 CPS)

Most southerly drilled hole LE20-77 intersected 8.0m of uranium mineralization (>500 CPS), including 1.0m of mineralization (>10,000 CPS)

Assays pending for 11 mineralized drill holes, which are anticipated to be released over the next 4 weeks

Planning is underway for a winter (Jan-Mar) 2021 drilling program

Craig Parry, Chief Executive Officer commented: "With the completion of our summer drilling program, we have satisfied our main objective with outstanding results and expanded the zone of intense mineralization at Hurricane to the south. We've more than doubled its width on 3 of 4 sections, which is material with respect to resource estimations. This is a tremendous outcome for the Company, and I'd like to acknowledge the great work of our Technical team and exploration contractors."

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