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Stallion Project

Interest:  Manhattan 100%
Operator:  Manhattan Corporation Limited

The Stallion uranium prospect is located in E28/1523 and centred 14 kilometres northwest of the Double 8 uranium deposit at Ponton (Figures 2 & 3).

In 2010 Manhattan completed 221 vertical aircore drill holes totalling 16,914m and 16 duplicate sonic drill holes totalling 1,177m of drilling along 8 kilometres of the palaeochannel at Stallion (Figure 3). Drilling has been completed on 200m and 400m spaced lines with holes drilled at 100m centres along each grid line across the palaeochannel within mineralised zones. All drill holes were gamma logged.

The resource potential for Stallion is being assessed by the Company’s independent resource consultants. The secular disequilibrium data for 205 sonic and aircore drill holes indicates a positive disequilibrium factor of 1 to over 3 above 80ppm U3O8 and confirms that a disequilibrium factor for the Stallion prospect may be significantly higher than the x1.2 currently assumed for the reported Inferred Resources and Exploration Targets at Ponton. The application of the high resolution Germanium HpGe down hole probe when drilling recommences, that detects protactinium isotope Pa214 which reaches equilibrium with U238 within days, will establish (with the required statistical confidence) the conversion of the high resolution gamma logs to uranium grades for reporting of resource estimates at Stallion.

The geological controls and style of the palaeochannel sand hosted uranium mineralisation at Stallion are similar to the mineralisation encountered at Double 8.


The information in this report that relates to reported Exploration Results or Mineral Resources is based on information compiled by Mr Alan J Eggers, who is a Corporate Member of the Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy (“AusIMM”). Alan Eggers is a professional geologist and an executive director of Manhattan Corporation Limited. Mr Eggers has sufficient experience that is relevant to the style of mineralisation and type of mineral deposits being reported on in this report and to the activity which he is undertaking to qualify as a Competent Person as defined in the 2012 Edition of the Australasian Code for Reporting of Exploration Results, Mineral Resources and Ore Reserves “JORC Code 2012”. Mr Eggers consents to the inclusion in this report of the information on the Exploration Results or Mineral Resources based on his information in the form and context in which it appears.



14/12/2012 - Mines & Money London 4-5 December 2012

24/07/2012 - Australian Uranium Conference 19 July 2012

26/03/2012 - Presentation - Mines and Money Hong Kong

31/10/2011 - Mining 2011 Brisbane - 26 October 2011

2/08/2011 - Australian Uranium Conference 20 July 2011