Lately, juniors have been flocking to the Patterson Lake region of Saskatchewan's Athabasca Basin. Here's a look at a selection of the companies currently working there.
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A new trade agreement between Canada and the EU is akin to a "new day" for Canada's uranium industry.
Reuters reported that European companies could be no longer required to have a Canadian partner in uranium mines. According to the publication, the remove of the longstanding requirement could result in greater investment in developing Canadian uranium reserves.
India is very interested in nuclear power. The country has 20 nuclear reactors in place, seven under construction, 18 planned and 39 proposed, all of which boils down to the fact that India is going to need uranium to feel those reactors. Lots and lots of uranium.
With today's uranium prices hovering near $35 per pound of U3O8, uranium production is not at its most profitable. However, if there is one place in the world that high-grade uranium deposits have enabled producers to continue operating, it is Canada — specifically, the Athabasca Basin in Northern Saskatchewan.
Here are the top three uranium-producing mines in the world.
Visual Capitalist published this infographic, sponsored by Kivalliq Energy (TSX-V:KIV). Nuclear power is a clean energy source that will be used well into the future to help meet the world’s growing energy requirements. Here we highlight uranium’s history, properties, and fundamentals moving forward.
Aldrin Resource Corp (TSXV:ALN) announced the discovery of two basement conductive trends at the Triple M property located near the Patterson Lake in the Athabasca Basin.
Alpha Minerals (TSXV:AMW,FWB:E2GA) and JV partner Fission Uranium Corp. announced assay results from three drill holes within zone R00E at their Patterson Lake South property, and two drill holes on regional targets. These new intersections underscore the near-surface, high-grade resource potential of the R00E zone, with mineralization continuous for 120 m of strike and open in both directions.
Jim Paterson, CEO and director of Kivillaq Energy, discusses the significant progress and successes at the company’s Angilak uranium exploration property in Nunavut Territory, Canada.