The World’s Highest Grade Uranium District
The Athabasca Basin (the “Basin”) currently accounts for 22% of annual worldwide uranium production (as of 2015 according to the World Nuclear Association). More importantly, 10 of the 15 highest grade uranium deposits in the world are found in the region. Well documented Athabasca deposits such as Phoenix, McArthur River, and Cigar Lake range from 15 to 20% uranium – significantly higher grades over all competitors outside of the Basin. McArthur River alone accounted for 13% of the worlds uranium production in 2014.
Standard Uranium has the team and land package in place to make the next major uranium discovery in the Southwest Athabasca Basin region of Saskatchewan, Canada and will use best practices and experiences gained from the team’s previous discoveries in this region.
- Standard Uranium’s exploration team was assembled to find the next major uranium discovery in the Southwest Athabasca Basin
- The Davidson River land package is the largest unexplored highly prospective target in the Southwest Athabasca Basin
- The Clearwater Domain Mirror Theory suggests the exploration corridors on the west of the Clearwater Domain will have similar uranium deposits as those on the east
- Standard Uranium’s management have proven success in raising capital and public company marketing
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