Rosgeologia found on two prospective uranium mining site in Karelia and Murmansk region

MOSCOW, January 26. Rosgeologia has identified promising uranium sites in the North-West Federal district. The study was conducted on Kuala-Parvensky area on the border of the Murmansk region and the Republic of Karelia. This is stated in the message of Rosgeologia.

“The results of integrated geological-geophysical interpretation of obtained data highlighted two potentially prospective for uranium mineralization. Recommendations for further geological research within the area”, – stated in the message.

The study project was performed in the framework of the contract signed with FGUP “VSEGEI” in July 2015.

Rosgeologia is a Russian multi-industry geological holding company which carries out a full range of services related to exploration: from regional studies to parametric drilling and subsoil monitoring. 100% of the capital Rosgeologia is owned by the state.