April 25, 2007
April 25, 2007 -- Toronto, Ontario -- Vena Resources Inc. (TSX.V: VEM, Lima: VEM, Frankfurt: V1R, OTC: VNARF) announces that the first comprehensive field visit to the Lagunillas area in Puno, Peru has provided positive results including the discovery of five large sedimentary formations, the largest of which indicates outcropping at least 1,000 meters long by 400 meters wide by 25 meters in height with scintillometer readings ranging from 800 to 3,000 cps as seen on the attached picture.
This sedimentary unit is a carbonate sequence with superimposed chert and organic material. There is also evidence of underlying, older sequences that vary between 1 and 1.5 meters in height with average scintillometer readings of 1,300 cps. Visible uranium minerals within these units are comprised of autunite and gummite, however it should be noted that the relationship between cps and actual uranium content has not been determined yet. A group of geochemical samples has been sent to SGS laboratory in Lima, Peru, an accredited and certified analytical facility with results to be announced when available. Lagunillas is one of three areas Vena and CAMECO are exploring in Peru – the other two being Macusani and Munani. The Lagunillas land package of 15,400 Ha is being systematically explored by ten geologists looking for additional targets. Further exploration (geochem/geophysics) is required before any drilling decision is made.
Juan Vegarra – Chairman & CEO (416) 364-7739, ext. 120 – email firstname.lastname@example.org Pro-Edge Consultants Inc., Tracy Weslosky or Fred Cowans – Managing Partners
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