Our flagship Tallahassee Uranium Project comprises five major uranium deposits in Colorado, USA with an overall JORC Resource of 49.8Mlbs U3O8 (average grade of 540ppm).
Located 140km southwest of Denver and 30km northwest of Canon City, Colorado, USA, the Tallahassee Uranium Project comprises two exploration leases that encompass the Boyer, Noah, Taylor, Hansen, and Picnic Tree Uranium Deposits, as well as mining claims that cover a portion of the High Park Uranium Deposit.
Okapi is focused on further expansion and consolidation in the region and has a clear strategy to expand Tallahassee’s existing resource. Our on-the-ground team has a long history of working in the area.
Uranium mineralisation was first discovered in the Tallahassee Creek area in 1954. Between 1954 and 1972 sixteen small open pit and underground mines operated, with total production of approximately 80,000 tonnes of ore at an average grade of 2,500ppm U3O8, for 435,000 pounds U3O8. More than 2,200 holes have been drilled in the district for more than 350,000m which provides a rich bank of exploration data.