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Galaxy Resources Ltd.

"Galaxy Resources Ltd. recently sold its operating asset in China, the Jiangsu lithium carbonate plant, to Sichuan Tianqi Lithium Industries Inc. for an enterprise value of $173.2M. This has significantly improved the company's balance sheet and provides it with considerable financial muscle to advance its Sal de Vida lithium and potash project." (4/14/15) - RB Milestone Group

Royal Dutch Shell Plc

"Royal Dutch Shell Plc's acquisition last week of BG Group Plc was notable for many reasons, not the least of which was the all-time record set for the corporate buyout of an exploration and development company. . .the addition of BG's 7 Mt/year is creating a veritable liquefied natural gas behemoth with nearly double Exxon Mobil Corp.'s market share." (4/14/15) - Pavel Molchanov, Raymond James

Energy Fuels Inc.

"It's been three months since the merger of Energy Fuels Inc. and Uranerz Energy was announced. The deal is transformational in that it creates multiple avenues of producing returns for shareholders. Energy Fuels had been a conventional uranium miner and producer. Adding Uranerz will give it an in-situ recovery (ISR) method of production and therefore the flexibility to fluctuate between the two methods as needed. ISR also provides a low-cost option should the uranium price flatten or trend downward. And the merger also provides the new company with additional cash flow to reinvest into larger uranium conventional projects should the uranium price reach the $55–60/lb range. . .Energy Fuels has contracts beyond this year. I believe the contracts do get a little smaller as we go out, but Energy Fuel's goal is to produce only from its conventional mining methods what it needs to deliver into those contracts. Should the uranium spot price rise above $50/lb, Energy Fuels would be able to increase production. On the other hand, should the spot price remain flat, we'd expect the company to produce just enough to meet contracts, with perhaps a slight amount beyond that to provide a cushion. The 75 Klb is just it finishing up the Pinenut mine in Arizona. Next year, Energy Fuels will switch to its Canyon mine in Arizona, which is expected to produce the 700 Klb it will need for next year's deliveries. . .we're maintaining a Buy rating and an $11 target price for Energy Fuels until we get further guidance. My overall view is that the Uranerz acquisition will result in a stronger, better company. Its current valuation is based solely on Energy Fuels, so there is upside for the combined company, even though reworking the numbers may or may not result in a higher valuation after the fact. . .given the potential for price shocks, up or down, having flexibility in its production schedule and investment decisions is a significant differentiator for Energy Fuels. It stands apart from the other uranium juniors that have solely conventional or ISR production." (4/14/15) - The Mining Report Interview with Joe Reagor

Uranerz Energy Corp.

"It's been three months since the merger of Uranerz Energy Corp. and Energy Fuels was announced. The deal is transformational in that it creates multiple avenues of producing returns for shareholders. Energy Fuels had been a conventional uranium miner and producer. Adding Uranerz will give it an in-situ recovery (ISR) method of production and therefore the flexibility to fluctuate between the two methods as needed. ISR also provides a low-cost option should the uranium price flatten or trend downward. And the merger also provides the new company with additional cash flow to reinvest into larger uranium conventional projects should the uranium price reach the $55–60/lb range. . .Uranerz makes the new company better by providing a lower-cost production footprint. Nichols Ranch will be an ISR producer and is expected to have significantly lower operating costs than those of conventional mines such as Canyon. Uranerz is also bringing some contracts that Energy Fuels can deliver into. Plus, Uranerz's additional ISR projects give Energy Fuels additional future production flexibility." (4/14/15) - The Mining Report Interview with Joe Reagor

Energy Fuels Inc.

"It's been three months since the merger of Energy Fuels Inc. and Uranerz Energy was announced. The deal is transformational in that it creates multiple avenues of producing returns for shareholders. Energy Fuels had been a conventional uranium miner and producer. Adding Uranerz will give it an in-situ recovery (ISR) method of production and therefore the flexibility to fluctuate between the two methods as needed. ISR also provides a low-cost option should the uranium price flatten or trend downward. And the merger also provides the new company with additional cash flow to reinvest into larger uranium conventional projects should the uranium price reach the $55–60/lb range. . .Energy Fuels has contracts beyond this year. I believe the contracts do get a little smaller as we go out, but Energy Fuel's goal is to produce only from its conventional mining methods what it needs to deliver into those contracts. Should the uranium spot price rise above $50/lb, Energy Fuels would be able to increase production. On the other hand, should the spot price remain flat, we'd expect the company to produce just enough to meet contracts, with perhaps a slight amount beyond that to provide a cushion. The 75 Klb is just it finishing up the Pinenut mine in Arizona. Next year, Energy Fuels will switch to its Canyon mine in Arizona, which is expected to produce the 700 Klb it will need for next year's deliveries. . .we're maintaining a Buy rating and an $11 target price for Energy Fuels until we get further guidance. My overall view is that the Uranerz acquisition will result in a stronger, better company. Its current valuation is based solely on Energy Fuels, so there is upside for the combined company, even though reworking the numbers may or may not result in a higher valuation after the fact. . .given the potential for price shocks, up or down, having flexibility in its production schedule and investment decisions is a significant differentiator for Energy Fuels. It stands apart from the other uranium juniors that have solely conventional or ISR production." (4/14/15) - The Mining Report Interview with Joe Reagor


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