Fission 3.0’s Experienced Management Team Targets Canada’s Athabasca Basin, the World’s Leading Source of High-Grade Uranium
Due to increasing demand for nuclear energy, nuclear reactor builds are at a 25 year high. In fact there are currently 440 nuclear reactors operating globally, with another 50 under construction, 100 planned and 300 proposed. All of these future reactors are going to need uranium.
Most experts are forecasting a structural uranium deficit this decade, due to rising uranium demand and years of stagnant supply response caused by the recent uranium bear market.
Global nuclear capacity looks likely to double before 2050 which will require lots more uranium.
If uranium prices continue to recover, as is widely expected, then junior uranium miners should potentially also benefit greatly. Taking it a step further any junior uranium miners with well located and high grade uranium assets stand to do the best. This leads to Canada’s Athabasca Basin. It is host to some of the most valuable uranium discoveries in history and has 10-20x higher uranium grades than the global average. Today’s I look at a uranium junior with a portfolio of 14 highly prospective properties in the Athabasca Basin.
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