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1977 Report on Uranium in Belize   Recently updated !

Trying to see if there are any more recent reports on scans done with newer technologies, will do another post IF I find anything. IUREP N.P.S. No. 39 August 1977 Distr. LIMITED Original: ENGLISH International Atomic Energy Agency   INTERNATIONAL URANIUM RESOURCES EVALUATION PROJECT IUREP NATIONAL PAVOURABILITY STUDIES BELIZE (FORMER BRITISH HONDURAS) 1. INTRODUCTION (a) Geography Belize is a well-forested area of 22,960 square kilometers. Its capital is Belmopan. The country is generally flat north of the capital city. The flat, swampy Caribbean Coast of Belize gradually ascends to the low peaks of the Maya and Cockscomb Mountains (elevation to […]


About All Energy Corp. / Princess Petroleum Belize Joint Venture 1

Major oil discoveries have been made within the Yucatan area. Much of the geology of Belize, especially in the northern half of the country, is a southward extension of the geology of the Yucatan. Petroleum deposits in south-eastern Mexico and Guatemala occur in two main geologic provinces, the Gulf Coast Tertiary basin area and the Petén Basin. Major oil production is from intensely micro-fractured Paleocene, Cretaceous, and Jurassic carbonate reservoirs. Several small oil fields have been discovered in Cretaceous carbonate reservoirs in west-central Guatemala, and one major discovery has been reported in north-western Guatemala. Small-to medium-sized oil accumulations also occur […]