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Last C$0.09 CAD
Change Today -0.005 / -5.56%
Volume 331.4K
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Kivalliq Energy Corporation, an exploration stage company, focuses on the acquisition, exploration, and development of resource properties. The company explores for uranium deposits. Its flagship property includes the Angilak Property covering 275,469 acres located in Nunavut Territory, Canada. The company was incorporated in 2008 and is headquartered in Vancouver, Canada.

Founded in 2008

kivalliq energy corp (KIV) Top Compensated Officers

Chief Executive Officer and Director
Total Annual Compensation: C$174.7K
President
Total Annual Compensation: C$165.0K
Chief Financial Officer
Total Annual Compensation: C$70.5K
Chief Operating Officer
Total Annual Compensation: C$180.0K
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

kivalliq energy corp (KIV) Key Developments

Kivalliq Energy Corporation Announces First Exploration Drilling of Dipole Target

Kivalliq Energy Corporation announced that the first exploration drilling of the previously untested Dipole target has discovered multiple, steeply dipping, parallel radioactive intercepts contained within a new zone that is between 35 to 48 metres wide. This new discovery at Dipole clearly demonstrates that complementary geophysical and geochemical surveys are very effective tools for successfully targeting exploration drilling on Kivalliq s 100% owned, 105,280 hectare (260,154 acre) Angilak Property in Nunavut Territory, Canada. Drilling Summary: All nine holes from the inaugural core drilling program at Dipole intersected anomalous radioactivity. Dipole is a 35 to 48 metre wide zone hosting one to four steeply dipping, parallel mineralized drill intercepts, at a vertical depth of between 15 and 110 metres and along strike approximately 150 metres; Multiple down hole intercepts which are between 0.3 to 6.7 metres wide have elevated to significantly radioactive intervals (>300 to 18,800 counts per second cps); The high radioactive interval (up to 18,800 cps) on the eastern-most set-up is more than 650 metres away from a high grade boulder (2.24% U 3O 8) found along strike to the southwest. In addition, the potential of the Dipole-RIB trend is enhanced by several kilometres of coincident geophysical and soil geochemical anomalies not yet tested by drilling. Soil Geochemical Summary: In conjunction with geophysics, geochemical sampling (enzyme leach "EL") has proven to be a valuable exploration tool for detecting subsurface mineralization in both the Lac 50 and the Dipole-RIB Trend; 408 additional infill soil samples were collected along a 3.6 kilometre long uranium geochemical anomaly adjacent to the unconformity at RIB and will help delineate drill targets; Additional follow-up exploration, that includes drilling and surface sampling, is warranted along more than two kilometers of combined geophysical and geochemical anomalies at both the Dipole and RIB Trends. The nine holes drilled at Dipole, along 150 metres of strike length, encountered elevated to significantly radioactive (>300 to 18,800 cps) intervals ranging from 0.3 to 6.7 metres wide, within a zone 35 to 48 metres wide. All holes were drilled from four set-ups spaced 50 metres apart, at an azimuth of 135 degrees and with inclinations between minus 45 and minus 90 degrees. Mineralization and radioactivity are associated with sheared/brecciated hematite-carbonate altered graphitic tuff units, containing pitchblende and sulphides. The highest radioactive interval which resulted in up to 18,800 cps within DDH15-DP-009 was intersected on the eastern-most set-up and more than 650 metres along strike to the northeast from a high grade boulder found in 2011, which assayed 2.24% U 3O 8. The RIB target is located four kilometres south of Dipole and was identified by Noranda Exploration Ltd. in 1976. During 1977-78, 14 of 25 diamond drill holes intersected uranium mineralization adjacent to the Angikuni Basin unconformity at depths of less than 35 metres, with the two best intercepts being 0.19% U 3O 8 over 9.3 metres (including 0.52% U 3O 8 over 2.6 metres) and 1.61% U 3O 8 over 0.7 metres. Exploration by Kivalliq in 2014 confirmed a 3.6 kilometre long uranium-in-soil anomaly with an associated airborne Versatile Time Domain Electromagnetic (VTEM) conductive trend. As part of the 2015 program, additional ground geochemical sampling and prospecting was carried out in the RIB target area. A total of 408 EL soil samples were collected in order to in-fill the previous grid to 100 and 200 metre spaced lines, with samples collected at 50 metre intervals along survey lines. The combination of geophysics and EL geochemical sampling has proven to be an effective tool for detecting mineralization in the Dipole-RIB Trend and it is expected that new soil data from the 2015 program will delineate new drill targets at RIB.

Kivalliq Energy Corporation Commences 2015 Exploration Program at Angilak Property

Kivalliq Energy Corporation commenced exploration at the company's Angilak Property in Nunavut Territory, Canada. The focus of the program will be drill testing the high priority Dipole target and advancing multiple uranium targets in the Dipole-RIB Trend through geochemical surveying. The first phase of a CAD 1.5 million 2015 exploration program has commenced at Kivalliq's 100% owned, 105,280 hectare (260,154 acre) Angilak Property. Staff and supplies were mobilized to the existing Nutaaq camp in late June. Kivalliq plans to drill up to 1,000 metres in six holes at Dipole in July, using one of three diamond drill rigs already on site. Ground geochemical surveying will run concurrently with the drill program, following-up on high priority targets identified during the 2014 season at Dipole and RIB. The Dipole-RIB Trend is located approximately 25 kilometres southwest of Lac 50, in a northeast trending belt of Archean metavolcanic rock interpreted to be equivalent to Lac 50 resource host rocks. Based on corroborative geophysical and geochemical exploration, Dipole and RIB are excellent analogues to the Lac 50 deposit. The RIB target, located four kilometres south of Dipole, was identified by Noranda Exploration Ltd. in 1976 as a one kilometre long basement conductor on the western margin of the Angikuni Basin unconformity. During 1977-78, 14 of 25 diamond drill holes intersected uranium mineralization at shallow depths (less than 35 metres), with the two best intercepts being 0.19% U3O8 over 9.3 metres (including 0.52% U3O8 over 2.6 metres) and 1.61% U3O8 over 0.7 metres. Exploration by Kivalliq in 2014 confirmed the RIB conductor using airborne Versatile Time Domain Electromagnetic (VTEM) geophysics. EL soil samples also outlined a corresponding 3.6 kilometre long uranium geochemical trend, demonstrating that historic work tested only a portion of the RIB target. Due to geological similarities with both Dipole and Lac 50, the RIB target warrants further infill geochemical work in 2015.

Kivalliq Energy Corp. Announces Summer Program at Hatchet Lake Advances Priority Target Areas

Kivalliq Energy Corp. announced the completion of the summer exploration program at Kivalliq’s 100% owned Hatchet Lake Property in the Athabasca Region of Saskatchewan. Kivalliq conducted its first exploration program at the 13,711 hectare (33,881 acre) Hatchet Lake Property between June 1 and June 23. The focus was on multiple unconformity-related basement targets based on results from over $750,000 in previous exploration performed by Hathor Exploration Limited (Hathor) and Rio Tinto Canada Uranium Corporation (Rio Tinto). Kivalliq’s 2015 summer program, budgeted at CAD 500,000, was comprised of prospecting, mapping, ground magnetometer /very low frequency (VLF) electromagnetic (EM) geophysical surveys, and biogeochemical (vegetation-black spruce) /soil geochemical surveys. The program was designed to verify airborne geophysical signatures and confirm uranium anomalism in priority areas.

 

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