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NexGen Drills 30.35 m of Off-Scale in AR-15-62 in the Higher Grade A2 Sub-Zone and in AR-15-61c2 Drills 21.2 m Off-Scale in the A3 Shear

NexGen Drills 30.35 m of Off-Scale in AR-15-62 in the Higher Grade A2 Sub-Zone and in AR-15-61c2 Drills 21.2 m Off-Scale in the A3 Shear

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VANCOUVER, Oct. 29, 2015 /CNW/ - NexGen Energy Ltd. (TSX-V: NXE) ("NexGen" or the "Company") is pleased report radioactivity results from the final five holes of our highly successful summer 2015 drilling program on our 100% owned Rook I property, Athabasca Basin, Saskatchewan.

All five drill holes reported in this news release have returned off-scale radioactivity. Hole AR-15-62 intersected extensive mineralization in the A2 shear marked by dense accumulations of massive to semi-massive pitchblende. This hole confirms the significant continuity of world-class uranium mineralization in the higher grade sub-zone of the A2 shear. Table 1 compares AR-15-62 to other drill holes within this sub-zone.  

In addition, in the A3 shear, AR-15-61c2 has intersected the most off-scale for any hole drilled at Arrow to date with widespread and strong mineralization (up to >61,000 cps) within an area that is open in every direction and at depth.  This hole represents an exciting new development for the A3 shear.

The summer program completed 33,010 m of drilling with 26 holes currently awaiting assays from SRC which are anticipated to be returned over the coming months.  Results have demonstrated extensive growth at Arrow which remains open in all directions. The Company's focus for the remainder of the year will be to compile data for inclusion in a maiden NI 43-101 resource estimate due in the first half of 2016, and to prepare for an extensive winter drilling program scheduled to begin in early January, 2016.

Highlights:

A2 Shear

  • AR-15-62 (22 m step-out up-dip and southwest from AR-15-44b) intersected 143.0 m of total composite mineralization including 30.35 m of off-scale radioactivity (10,000 - >61,000 cps) within a 240.0 m section (402.5 to 642.5 m) in the A2 shear anchored by near continuous off-scale radioactivity over 13.7 m (454.0 to 467.7 m) and an additional section of completely continuous off-scale radioactivity over 12.0 m (485.2 to 497.2 m).
  • AR-15-59c4 (155 m step-out southwest from AR-15-44b) intersected 58.0m of total composite mineralization including 6.7 m of off-scale radioactivity (10,000 - 52,000 cps) within a 108.5 m section (501.0 to 609.5 m) in the A2 shear.

Table 1: A2 Higher Grade A2 Sub-Zone Drill Hole Comparisons










AR-15-59c21

AR-15-54c11

AR-15-58c12

AR-15-62

AR-15-44b2

AR-15-49c22


Total composite mineralization =

75.50 m

42.00 m

86.00 m

143.00 m

135.60 m

73.50 m


Total Off-scale (>10,000 to 29,999 cps)3 =

11.40 m

5.90 m

14.30 m

17.75 m

30.25 m

15.70 m


Total Off-scale (>30,000 to 60,999 cps)3 =

4.50 m

3.00 m

3.85 m

10.60 m

7.75 m

5.20 m


Total Off-scale (>61,000 cps)3 =

1.00 m

0.5 m

2.00 m

2.00 m

1.50 m

2.15 m



Continuous GT (Grade x Thickness) =

Assays

Pending

Assays

Pending

200 and 345

Assays

Pending

655

605





1 radioactivity results previously released






2 radioactivity and assays results previously released





3 minimum radioactivity using RS-125 gamma spectrometer



A3 Shear

  • AR-15-61c2 (245 m step-out down-plunge and southwest from AR-15-48c1) intersected 93.75 m of total composite mineralization including 21.2 m of off-scale radioactivity (>10,000 – >61,000 cps) within a 185.5 m section (655.5 to 841.0 m) in an area of the A3 shear that is open in all directions. This is the best hole to date in the A3.
  • AR-15-61c1 (232 m step-out down-plunge and southwest from AR-15-48c1) intersected 46.0 m of total composite mineralization including 5.8 m of off-scale radioactivity (>10,000 – >61,000 cps) within a 139.0 m section (684.0 to 823.0 m) in the A3 shear.
  • The land-based and basement hosted Arrow zone currently covers an area of 645 m by 235 m with a vertical extent of mineralization commencing from 100 m to 920 m, and remains open in all directions and at depth;
  • A total of 33,010 m were drilled this summer with assays pending for 26 holes. Preparations are already well advanced for the winter 2016 program which will commence in early January.
  • The Company has cash on hand of approximately $20M

 

Garrett Ainsworth, Vice-President, Exploration and Development, commented "The robust continuity of the higher grade A2 sub-zone has been further established with this latest batch of radioactivity drilling results.  Based on preliminary radioactivity results and visual inspection of the drill core, hole AR-15-62 is on par with holes AR-15-44b and -49c2, which returned continuous GT's of 655 and 605, respectively.  Meanwhile, hole AR-15-61c2 has intersected the most off-scale mineralization (up to >61,000 cps) in the A3 high grade core to date, which has significantly developed the wide open A3 shear."

Leigh Curyer, Chief Executive Officer commented, "The results from the summer 2015 program has exceeded all objectives.  It has considerably extended the area of mineralization, identified a robust higher grade sub-zone of the A2, and to conclude with this batch of drill holes, delivered the best hole to date in the A3 shear, opening up another exciting path for Arrow's development.  I would like to take the opportunity to congratulate the entire NexGen team including our key contractors for their outstanding contribution.  We are already well underway in our preparations for winter 2016 drilling which will materially expand the infrastructure and development of Arrow.  It is an incredibly exciting time for shareholders and all involved with the Company."

Drill hole locations, and the A2 and A3 long sections are shown in Figures 1 to 4, and Table 2 has a summary of the mineralized intervals.

Table 1: Arrow Zone Drill Hole Data

Drill Hole

Athabasca Group -

Basement

Unconformity Depth

(m)

Handheld Scintillometer Results (RS-120) 

Hole ID

Azimuth

Dip

Total

Depth

(m)

From (m)

To (m)

Width (m)

CPS Range

AR-15-59c3

150

-75

888.00

102.20

557.00

558.00

1.00

<500 -  2100

566.00

566.50

0.50

<500 -  600

574.00

574.50

0.50

<500 -  630

588.00

588.50

0.50

<500 -  830

606.00

606.50

0.50

<500 -  600

612.50

614.00

1.50

<500 -  3600

668.50

673.00

4.50

<500 -  >61000

679.00

679.50

0.50

<500 -  960

686.00

687.00

1.00

<500 -  2400

703.00

703.50

0.50

<500 -  580

724.50

725.00

0.50

<500 -  680

741.00

743.50

2.50

<500 -  950

754.00

755.50

1.50

<500 -  43000

759.50

760.50

1.00

<500 -  2200

772.50

773.50

1.00

<500 -  2000

821.00

821.50

0.50

<500 -  1100

829.00

831.50

2.50

<500 -  16000

835.00

835.50

0.50

<500 -  550

841.50

842.00

0.50

<500 -  20000

854.50

866.00

11.50

<500 -  28000

871.50

872.00

0.50

<500 -  700

488.00

502.00

14.00

<500 -  13000

510.50

511.00

0.50

<500 -  2800

514.50

525.50

11.00

<500 -  10500

AR-15-59c4

150

-75

987.00

102.20

501.00

502.50

1.50

<500 -  2300

510.50

512.00

1.50

<500 -  2300

516.00

527.00

11.00

<500 -  17000

532.50

534.50

2.00

<500 -  4100

543.50

546.50

3.00

<500 -  7500

551.50

555.50

4.00

<500 -  52000

558.50

565.00

6.50

<500 -  51000

568.50

570.00

1.50

<500 -  6500

574.50

585.00

10.50

<500 -  17000

590.00

604.50

14.50

<500 -  11000

607.50

609.50

2.00

<500 -  9000

619.50

623.50

4.00

<500 -  2100

627.50

635.00

7.50

<500 -  5000

637.50

638.00

0.50

<500 -  950

640.50

643.00

2.50

<500 -  650

646.50

655.50

9.00

<500 -  3300

659.00

664.00

5.00

<500 -  18000

675.00

684.00

9.00

<500 -  35000

686.50

687.00

0.50

<500 -  1200

690.00

692.50

2.50

<500 -  1000

697.50

698.00

0.50

<500 -  650

721.50

726.50

5.00

<500 -  15000

731.00

733.50

2.50

<500 -  6000

738.00

751.00

13.00

<500 -  14000

767.50

768.00

0.50

<500 -  600

802.50

813.00

10.50

<500 -  36000

855.50

857.00

1.50

<500 -  3500

874.50

877.00

2.50

<500 -  12000

AR-15-61c1

150

-74

933.00

110.25

536.50

537.00

0.50

<500 -  1250

540.00

541.50

1.50

<500 -  620

547.50

548.00

0.50

<500 -  1300

550.50

551.00

0.50

<500 -  1700

555.50

559.50

4.00

<500 -  2300

562.00

563.00

1.00

<500 -  17000

565.50

568.50

3.00

<500 -  14000

571.00

572.00

1.00

<500 -  720

576.50

585.00

8.50

<500 -  11000

590.00

594.00

4.00

<500 -  23000

601.00

604.50

3.50

<500 -  27000

607.00

608.00

1.00

<500 -  16000

621.00

627.00

6.00

<500 -  27000

638.00

639.50

1.50

<500 -  1300

684.00

687.50

3.50

<500 -  2300

694.50

695.00

0.50

<500 -  3600

699.50

700.50

1.00

<500 -  3500

714.00

714.50

0.50

<500 -  780

719.00

732.50

13.50

<500 -  >61000

738.00

747.00

9.00

<500 -  44000

755.50

756.00

0.50

<500 -  720

775.50

779.50

4.00

<500 -  12000

785.00

787.50

2.50

<500 -  1100

791.00

792.00

1.00

<500 -  1400

795.50

796.00

0.50

<500 -  750

802.00

802.50

0.50

<500 -  600

808.00

816.50

8.50

<500 -  4400

822.50

823.00

0.50

<500 -  1350

834.50

839.00

4.50

<500 -  21000

851.50

852.50

1.00

<500 -  31000

864.00

864.50

0.50

1000 -  51000

899.00

900.00

1.00

<500 -  1050

904.50

905.50

1.00

<500 -  700

AR-15-61c2

150

-74

1053.00

110.25

499.00

509.50

10.50

<500 -  12500

521.00

522.00

1.00

<500 -  650

555.00

559.50

4.50

<500 -  34400

568.00

571.50

3.50

<500 -  3800

575.50

581.00

5.50

<500 -  1420

586.50

587.00

0.50

<500 -  600

593.50

596.50

3.00

<500 -  2500

599.00

602.00

3.00

<500 -  11000

606.50

610.00

3.50

<500 -  15000

613.00

615.00

2.00

<500 -  15000

655.50

660.00

4.50

<500 -  2200

662.50

663.50

1.00

<500 -  800

669.50

676.00

6.50

<500 -  54000

680.00

692.50

12.50

<500 -  12000

698.50

703.00

4.50

<500 -  4000

712.00

728.00

16.00

<500 -  21000

740.50

741.00

0.50

<500 -  1100

763.00

766.35

3.35

<500 -  27500

772.00

784.00

12.00

<500 -  55000

804.00

824.00

20.00

<500 -  >61000

828.10

841.00

12.90

<500 -  >61000

AR-15-62

140

-75

657.00

104.30

402.50

403.00

0.50

<500 -  550

407.00

451.00

44.00

<500 -  34000

453.50

522.00

68.50

<500 -  >61000

539.00

539.50

0.50

850 -  2500

565.50

570.50

5.00

<500 -  47000

573.00

592.50

19.50

<500 -  50000

605.50

609.00

3.50

<500 -  4100

613.00

613.50

0.50

<500 -  700

641.50

642.50

1.00

<500 -  750

Parameters:

  • Maximum internal dilution 2.00 m downhole
  • All depths and intervals are meters downhole
  • "Anomalous" means >500 cps (counts per second) total count gamma readings by gamma scintillometer type RS-120
  • "Off-scale" means >10,000 cps (counts per second) total count gamma readings by gamma scintillometer type RS-120
  • Where "Min cps" is <500 cps, this refers to local low radiometric zones within the overall radioactive interval

Natural gamma radiation in drill core reported in this news release was measured in counts per second (cps) using a Radiation Solutions Inc. RS-120 gamma-ray scintillometer. The reader is cautioned that total count gamma readings may not be directly or uniformly related to uranium grades of the rock sample measured; they should be used only as a preliminary indication of the presence of radioactive minerals. All intersections are downhole. Core interval measurements and true thicknesses are yet to be determined.

Split core samples will be taken systematically, and intervals will be submitted to SRC Geoanalytical Laboratories (an SCC ISO/IEC 17025: 2005 Accredited Facility) of Saskatoon for analysis. All samples sent to SRC will be analyzed using ICP-MS for trace elements on the partial and total digestions, ICP-OES for major and minor elements on the total digestion, and fusion solution of boron by ICP-OES. Mineralized samples are analyzed for U3O8 by ICP-OES and select samples for gold by fire assay. Assay results will be released when received. 

ARROW ZONE DRILLING

AR-15-59c3

Hole AR-15-59c3 was a directional hole that departed pilot hole AR-15-59c2 at a depth of 258 m. It tested the A2 shear 52 m southwest of AR-15-59c2 (16.9 m of off-scale radioactivity in the A2 shear; assays pending) and the A3 shear 40 m up-dip and to the southwest of AR-15-52 (1.48% U3O8 over 18.0 m in the A3 shear). Directional drilling was initiated at 271 m. The A2 and A3 shears were intersected at inclinations of -70° and -68°, respectively.

Since the hole departed the pilot hole below the unconformity, no Athabasca Group sandstones were intersected. Basement lithologies consisted    largely    of    semipelitic    gneiss    to    granofel, and  relatively  narrow  intervals  of  pelitic  gneiss  and  mylonite  (the A2 and A3 shears).  The hole  successfully intersected widespread weakly to strongly anomalous radioactivity within the A2 and A3 shears that was associated  with  semi-massive  veins, worm-rock  style,  chemical  solution  fronts,  stringers,  blebs  and flecks  of  pitchblende. A total  composite  mineralization  of  59.0 m  including  2.85 m  of  off-scale radioactivity (>10,000 – >61,000 cps) was intersected within a 384.0 m section (488.0 – 872.0 m). In the A2 shear, 25.5 m of composite mineralization including 0.15 m of off-scale radioactivity was intersected. In the A3  shear,  29.0  m  of  composite  mineralization  including  2.7  m  of  off-scale  radioactivity  was intersected.  The hole  was  terminated  immediately  after  the  A3  shear  at  888.0 m.

AR-15-59c4

Hole AR-15-59c4 was a directional hole that departed pilot hole AR-15-59c3 at a depth of 270 m. It tested the A2 shear 41 m down-plunge to the southwest of AR-15-59c2, the A3 shear 44 m up-dip and to the southwest from AR-15-51 (6.45 m of off-scale radioactivity in the A3 shear; assays pending), and the A4 shear 42 m down-plunge to the southwest of AR-15-54c2. Directional drilling was initiated at 282 m. The A2 shear was intersected at an inclination of -75°. The A3 and A4 shears were intersected at an inclination -69°.

Since the hole departed the pilot hole below the unconformity, no Athabasca Group sandstones were intersected. Basement lithologies consisted largely  of semipelitic gneiss to granofel, and relatively  narrow  intervals  of  pelitic  gneiss  and  mylonite  (the  A2  through A4 shears). The   hole successfully intersected weakly to strongly anomalous radioactivity within the A2, A3 and A4 shears that was associated with stringers, worm-rock style, chemical solution fronts, blebs and flecks of pitchblende. A total  composite  mineralization  of  134.5 m  including  8.95  m  of  off-scale radioactivity (>10,000 – 52,000 cps) was intersected within a 376.0 m section (501.0 – 877.0 m). In the A2 shear, 58.0 m of composite mineralization including 6.7 m of off-scale radioactivity was intersected. In the A3  shear,  72.5  m  of  composite  mineralization  including  2.15  m  of  off-scale  radioactivity  was intersected. In the A4  shear,  4.0  m  of  composite  mineralization  including  0.1  m  of  off-scale  radioactivity  was intersected. The hole was terminated at 987.0 m. It represents a 41 m down-plunge southwest step-out from AR-15-59c2 on the A2 shear.

AR-15-61c1

Hole AR-15-61c1  was  a  directional  hole  collared  at  an  angled  orientation  (-75°)  to  the  southeast  (150° azimuth). It tested the A2 shear 38 m down-dip of AR-15-59c4 (6.7 m of off-scale radioactivity in the A2 shear; assays pending), the A3 shear 67 m up-plunge to the northeast of AR-15-52, and the A4 shear 80 m up-dip and to the southwest of AR-15-59c4. Directional drilling was initiated at 214 m. The A2, A3 and A4 shears were intersected at inclinations of -68°, -64° and -63°, respectively.

The hole  intersected  desilicified  and  bleached  Athabasca  Group  sandstones  between  94.5  m  and  the unconformity  at  110.25  m.  Basement lithologies consisted largely of semipelitic gneiss to granofel,   and  relatively  narrow  intervals  of  pelitic  gneiss  and  mylonite  (the  A2  through A4 shears). The   hole successfully intersected weakly to strongly anomalous radioactivity within the A2, A3 and A4 shears that was associated with semi-massive veins, stringers, worm-rock style, chemical solution fronts, blebs and flecks of pitchblende. A total  composite  mineralization  of  90.5 m  including  9.35  m  of  off-scale radioactivity (>10,000 – >61,000 cps) was intersected within a 369.0 m section (536.5 – 905.5 m). In the A2 shear, 36.5 m of composite mineralization including 2.4 m of off-scale radioactivity was intersected. In the A3  shear,  46.0  m  of  composite  mineralization  including  5.8  m  of  off-scale  radioactivity  was intersected. In the A4  shear,  8.0  m  of  composite  mineralization  including  1.15 m  of  off-scale  radioactivity  was intersected. The hole was terminated at 933.0 m. It represents significant growth on both the A2 and A3 shears.

AR-15-61c2

Hole AR-15-61c2 was a directional hole that departed pilot hole AR-15-61c1 at a depth of 229 m. It tested the A2 shear 58 m down-dip and to the northeast of AR-15-59c4, the A3 shear 50 m down-plunge to the southwest of AR-15-51 (6.45 m of off-scale radioactivity in the A3 shear; assays pending) and the A4 shear 67 m down-plunge to the southwest of AR-15-59c4. Directional drilling was initiated at 253 m. The A2 shear was intersected at an inclination of -72°. The A3 and A4 shears were intersected at an inclination of -71°. 

Since the hole departed the pilot hole below the unconformity, no Athabasca Group sandstones were intersected. Basement    lithologies    consisted    largely    of    semipelitic    gneiss    to    granofel, and  relatively  narrow  intervals  of  pelitic  gneiss  and  mylonite  (the  A2  through A4 shears). The   hole successfully intersected weakly to strongly anomalous radioactivity within the A2 and A3 shears that was associated with semi-massive to massive veins, stringers, worm-rock style, chemical solution fronts, blebs and flecks of pitchblende. A total  composite  mineralization  of  130.75 m  including  22.25  m  of  off-scale radioactivity (>10,000 – >61,000 cps) was intersected within a 342.0 m section (499.0 – 841.0 m). In the A2 shear, 37.0 m of composite mineralization including 1.35 m of off-scale radioactivity was intersected. Intense visible uranium mineralization was encountered in the A3 shear where 93.75 m of composite mineralization including 21.2 m of off-scale radioactivity was intersected. The hole was terminated at 1,053.0 m and represents the one of the strongest zones of mineralization intersected in the A3 shear to date.

AR-15-62

Hole AR-15-62  was  a  directional  hole  collared  at  an  angled  orientation  (-75°)  to  the  southeast  (140° azimuth). It tested the A2 shear 22 m up-dip and to the southwest of AR-15-44b and 32 m down-dip and to the northeast of AR-15-58c1 (2.48% U3O8 over 80.5 m and 9.72% U3O8 over 35.5 m in the A2 shear). Directional drilling was initiated at 302 m. The A2 shear was intersected at an inclination of -76°.

The hole  intersected  desilicified  and  bleached  Athabasca  Group  sandstones  between  96.2  m  and  the unconformity  at  104.3  m. Basement lithologies consisted largely of semipelitic gneiss to granofel,    and  relatively  narrow  intervals  of  pelitic  gneiss  and  mylonite  (the  A2  shear). The   hole successfully intersected widespread weakly to strongly anomalous radioactivity within the A2 shear that was associated with dense accumulations of semi-massive to massive pitchblende. Veins, stringers, worm-rock style, chemical solution fronts, blebs and flecks of pitchblende were also intersected. A total composite  mineralization  of  143.0 m  including  30.35  m  of  off-scale radioactivity (>10,000 – >61,000 cps) was intersected within a 240.0 m section (402.5 – 642.5 m), all within the A2 shear. Of particular note, near continuous off-scale radioactivity was intersected over 13.7 m (454.0 to 467.7 m). In addition, completely continuous off-scale radioactivity was intersected over 12.0 m (485.2 to 497.2 m). The hole was terminated immediately after the A2 shear at 657.0 m. It confirms the continuity of intense and extensive uranium mineralization in the higher grade sub-zone of the A2 shear.

About NexGen

NexGen is a British Columbia corporation with a focus on the acquisition, exploration and development of Canadian uranium projects. NexGen has a highly experienced team of uranium industry professionals with a successful track record in the discovery of world class uranium deposits and in developing projects through discovery to production.

NexGen is well-funded and owns a portfolio of highly prospective uranium exploration assets in the Athabasca Basin, Saskatchewan, Canada, including a 100% interest in Rook I, location of the Arrow Discovery in February 2014 and Bow Discovery in March 2015.

The technical information in this news release has been prepared in accordance with the Canadian regulatory requirements set out in National Instrument 43-101 and reviewed on behalf of NexGen Energy Ltd., by Garrett Ainsworth, P.Geo., Vice President – Exploration & Development, a qualified person.

Leigh Curyer,
Chief Executive Officer
NexGen Energy Ltd.
+1 604 428 4112
lcuryer@nexgenenergy.ca
www.nexgenenergy.ca

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Forward-Looking Information
This news release contains "forward-looking information" within the meaning of applicable Canadian securities laws. Generally, but not always, forward looking information is identifiable by the use of words such as "will" and planned" and similar expressions. Forward-looking information is based on the then current expectations, beliefs, assumptions, estimates and forecasts about the Company's business and the industry and markets in which it operates.  Such information is not a guarantee of future performance and undue reliance should not be placed on forward-looking information. Assumptions and factors underlying the Company's expectations regarding forward-looking information contained herein include, among others: that general business and economic conditions will not change in a material adverse manner; that financing will be available if and when needed on reasonable terms; that the Company's current exploration activities can be achieved and that its other corporate activities will proceed as expected; that third party contractors, equipment and supplies and governmental and other approvals required to conduct the Company's planned exploration activities will be available on reasonable terms and in a timely manner.

Although the assumptions made by the Company in providing forward looking information are considered reasonable by management at the time the forward-looking information is given, there can be no assurance that such assumptions will prove to be accurate. Forward-looking information also involves known and unknown risks and uncertainties and other factors, which may cause actual events or results in future periods to differ materially from any projections of future events or results expressed or implied by such forward-looking information, including, among others: risks related to the availability of financing on commercially reasonable terms and the expected use of the proceeds; changes in the market; potential downturns in economic conditions; industry conditions; actual results of exploration activities being different than anticipated; changes in exploration programs based upon results of exploration; future prices of metal; availability of third party contractors; availability of equipment and supplies; failure of equipment to operate as anticipated; accidents, effects of weather and other natural phenomena and other risks associated with the mineral exploration industry; environmental risks; changes in laws and regulations; community relations; and delays in obtaining governmental or other approvals or financing. There can be no assurance that forward-looking information will prove to be accurate, as actual results and future events could differ materially from those anticipated, estimated or intended. NexGen undertakes no obligation to update or reissue forward-looking information as a result of new information or events except as required by applicable securities laws. The reader is cautioned not to place undue reliance on forward-looking information.

SOURCE NexGen Energy Ltd.

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Image with caption: "Figure 1: Arrow Zone Drill Hole Locations (CNW Group/NexGen Energy Ltd.)". Image available at: http://photos.newswire.ca/images/download/20151029_C8668_PHOTO_EN_532019.jpg

Image with caption: "Figure 2: A2 Mineralized Shear Long Section (CNW Group/NexGen Energy Ltd.)". Image available at: http://photos.newswire.ca/images/download/20151029_C8668_PHOTO_EN_532021.jpg

Image with caption: "Figure 3: A2 Mineralized Shear Long Section (Close Up) (CNW Group/NexGen Energy Ltd.)". Image available at: http://photos.newswire.ca/images/download/20151029_C8668_PHOTO_EN_532023.jpg

Image with caption: "Figure 4: A3 Mineralized Shear Long Section (CNW Group/NexGen Energy Ltd.)". Image available at: http://photos.newswire.ca/images/download/20151029_C8668_PHOTO_EN_532025.jpg

Kin Communications, Tel: 604 684 6730, Toll free 1 866 684 6730, Email: nxe@kincommunications.com, Website: http://www.nexgenenergy.caCopyright CNW Group 2015


Source: Canada Newswire (October 29, 2015 - 8:34 AM EDT)

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