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IsoEnergy Provides Winter Exploration Update

IsoEnergy Ltd.

Figure 1 – Location of IsoEnergy’s Hurricane deposit and exploration projects in the eastern Athabasca Basin, including the Laroque East, Hawk and East Rim projects on which work was completed in the winter of 2024.

Figure 2 – Location of Larocque East project winter 2024 drilling at Target Area A, an ANT low velocity anomaly (red oval outline) within the Hurricane conductor corridor between 1,300 and 2,100 metres east-northeast of the Hurricane unconformity uranium deposit. Location of the cross section shown in Figure 3 is indicated by the yellow line.

Figure 3 – Larocque East Target Area A geological cross section looking east (left). The section is draw through the eastern end of Area A and the location of the section is shown on Figure 2. Features shown including graphitic pelite basement rocks, subvertical faults, relief on the unconformity surface, and bleaching, clay alteration and desilicification are also comparable and present at the Hurricane deposit (right) 2,100m on strike to the west-southwest. Hurricane deposit cross section illustrating key characteristics of the alteration and basement structure and lithology associated with uranium mineralization (right).

Figure 4 – Larocque East planned 2024 summer exploration includes additional ANT surveys along the eastern extension of the highly prospective Hurricane conductor corridor and diamond drilling in four target areas (labelled “A” through “D”)

Figure 5 – Hawk plan showing conductors interpreted from 2023 ground EM surveys, drill hole locations, and drill-intersected faults. Also shown is the area of the winter 2024 fixed loop SQUID ground EM survey.

Figure 7 – East Rim project map showing the area of interest in which three step loop transient ground EM surveys lines were completed during the winter 2024. The surveys were designed to profile an area in enhanced conductivity was recorded in 2023 VTEM surveys and historic ground EM surveys, structural disruption and clay alteration are recorded in historic drill hole logs, and density lows were recorded by a 2022 Falcon gravity survey, all within an east-northeast trending favourable magnetic low corridor. Summer 2024 diamond drill holes will be planned once the EM survey interpretation is received.

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