TSX: UEX   $0.24
U3O8     SPOT: $22.75 US/lb     LONG TERM: $29.00 US/lb
TSX: UEX   $0.24
FRANKFURT: UXO
OTCQX: UEXCF
U3O8     SPOT: $22.75 US/lb     LONG TERM: $29.00 US/lb

UEX is a Canadian uranium exploration and development company involved in seventeen uranium projects, including seven that are 100% owned and operated by UEX, one joint venture with Orano Canada Inc. (“Orano”) that is 90.1% owned by UEX and is under option to and operated by ALX Uranium, as well as eight joint ventures with Orano, one joint venture with Orano and JCU (Canada) Exploration Company Limited, which are operated by Orano, and one project (Christie Lake) under option from JCU (Canada) Exploration Company Limited and operated by UEX.

 

Hidden Bay Project


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The 100%-owned Hidden Bay Project is one of the world’s most prospective basement-hosted uranium projects.  Sandwiched between Cameco’s Rabbit Lake/Eagle Point Mining and Milling Operation and AREVA’s McClean Lake Mine and Mill, the Project is overlain by 0 to 100 m of sandstone cover.

The Project hosts the shallowest undeveloped uranium deposit in the Athabasca Basin, the West Bear Uranium Deposit.  The nearby West Bear Cobalt-Nickel Prospect has the potential to enhance shareholder value due to rapid growth in the demand for electric cars.

The Hidden Bay Project is 100% owned and covers over 200 km of highly prospective uraniferous exploration corridors where historical explorers exclusively focused their efforts towards the discovery of classic unconformity deposits.  Historical exploration generally ignored the potential for the discovery of the new style of basement-hosted deposits being found today such as Arrow, Triple R, Eagle Point, Millennium, Roughrider, Gryphon, and UEX’s own Horseshoe and Raven Deposits.

UEX has identified over a dozen ‘hot spots’ on the property that have potential for the discovery of basement-hosted deposits at very shallow target depths. 

Black Lake Project

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Riou Lake Project

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Other Western Athabasca Projects

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