Jourdan Resources Inc.

Jourdan Resources Inc.

September 13, 2007 09:53 ET

Jourdan: Discovery of a Uranium Mineralized Zone

MONTREAL, QUEBEC--(Marketwire - Sept. 13, 2007) - JOURDAN Resources (TSX VENTURE:JRN) is pleased to announce the discovery of a uranium mineralized zone on its property in the Wakeham Sedimentary Basin, North of Havre St.Pierre, on the St.Lawrence North Shore.

The mineralization is a black uranium oxide (uraninite or pechblende) accompanied with the canari yellow uranium oxide (lambertite). It is mainly hosted in a granitic sill between beds of quartzite. The quartzite beds and the sill have a North-South strike and a sub vertical dip.

The uranium bearing sill highly visible on an outcrop which is 30 meters long and 5 meters wide. It belongs to a radiometric anomaly which has a length of 1 km and a width of 1 km. Trenching and stripping are underway to evaluate its extension along the strike as well as other parallel mineralized sills. Furthermore, five other radiometric anomalies have been identified during helicopter airborne survey. The anomalies are lined up over a strike length of 6 km.

Mineralized samples have been sent to the laboratory and assay results are expected shortly.

A core drilling program will begin in about 5 weeks, a winterized camp to accommodating a crew of 20 men is being constructed, in close proximity of the mineralized zone and radiometric anomalies.

JOURDAN owns 346 mining claims covering 187 sq. km. in the Wakeham Sedimentary Basin, along its western border.

JOURDAN's property is located 70 km North-East of the town of Havre St.Pierre and 30 km North of the titanium mine operated by Quebec Iron and Titanium (QIT)

Emilien Seguin, president of Jourdan, a qualified person in regards to the 43-101 rules, has examined the mineralized samples and has reviewed and approved the content of this press release.

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  • Jourdan Resources Inc.
    Emilien Seguin
    Jourdan Resources Inc.
    Guy Girard
    Director of Finances