The exploration potential of the Kelic Lake property is well established from nearly three decades of exploration in the region. Important attributes for uranium potential include:
- Strong structural zones with known uranium enrichment and clay alteration in drill holes;
- Conductive graphitic pelites, as defined by airborne and ground electromagnetic (EM) surveys, and confirmed locally by diamond drilling;
- Strongly anomalous uranium values in historical lake sediment and biogeochemical sampling surveys; and
Irregular depth to the unconformity as defined by drilling, an indication of potential structural offset and conducive for concentration of uranium hydrothermal fluids.