Ur-Energy is a dynamic junior mining company focusing on exploration and development of uranium properties in the United States and in Canada. Ur-Energy is completing permitting activities to bring its Lost Creek Wyoming uranium deposit into production and to build a two-million-pounds-per-year processing facility.
The Company’s prime focus is to develop its roll front style uranium development projects with In-Situ Recovery (ISR) potential located in Wyoming. The technical team in the Casper office is fully engaged in permitting the Lost Creek deposit leading to ISR mining early 2011. In addition, Ur-Energy’s project pipeline is supported by an extensive, valuable exploration database and intensive analysis programs, providing for great exploration and development potential.
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Ur-Energy Receives NRC Approval for Transfer of Pathfinder Mines Shirley Basin License
Ur-Energy Enters Uranium Supply Agreement with US-Based Nuclear Operating Company
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