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Projects

Laramide Resources Ltd.’s uranium projects (The Projects) form an enviable portfolio of high-quality development mineral resources. The Projects range from advanced exploration assets in Australia’s premier exploration districts to permitted Projects in the USA that have potential to quickly become uranium-producing operations in response to strengthening market demand. In line with Laramide’s strategy, the Projects provide the potential for low cost, low technical risk uranium mining operations.

 

Our locations are safe, stable jurisdictions in the southwest United States and in Australia.

Church Rock and ISR division

Laramide’s advanced stage portfolio of high-quality In Situ Recovery (“ISR”) projects are principally comprised of the Church Rock and Crownpoint projects, in addition to nearby projects in Grants Mineral Belt, New Mexico.

La Sal

Laramide’s La Sal Project is a conventional hard-rock asset in Utah, United States. It has permits in hand to commence uranium mining production.

La Jara Mesa

Laramide’s La Jara Mesa Project is a sandstone-hosted roll front style deposit in New Mexico. It hosts 10.5 million pounds uranium. Permitting is near completion.

Westmoreland

Laramide Resources Ltd.’s Westmoreland Project on the eastern side of the McArthur basin is one of the largest and highest-quality uranium development projects in Australia.

Northern Territory Joint Ventures

Laramide’s joint venture with Rio Tinto is comprised of strategically located uranium tenements over 683 km2 in the Northern Territory, and along strike from the Westmoreland Uranium project.

Technical Reports

Investor and Technical Reports are available for download. They are also filed on sedar.com