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Fission Uranium Corp.
"We rate Fission Uranium Corp. as a Top Pick and continue to view 100%-owned Patterson Lake South (PLS) as the world's premier undeveloped uranium project. . .no other undeveloped asset in the world rivals PLS' combined attributes of large size, high grades and shallow depths."
"UEX Corp.'s pivot eastwards, from its primary focus of the past several years, 49%-owned Shea Creek, to shallower, basement-hosted targets at Hidden Bay is a positive one, in our view. . .exploration costs are also lower, and the company, given its 100% ownership, has full control over every dollar spent."
"We are maintaining our Outperform rating and $1.80 target on Ur-Energy Inc. and flag it as our Top Pick among uranium producers. The company continues to impress at its 100%-owned Lost Creek in situ leach mine."
"New Zealand Energy Corp. recently secured a $4.5M credit facility with TWN joint venture partner New Dawn Energy Ltd. (private) with the proceeds to be directed toward development work there. Workover activity on Waihapa-2 is set to begin shortly with first production expected by year-end. . .we continue to rate New Zealand Energy a Buy."
"In a rising uranium price environment, I suggest a few producers, including Energy Fuels Inc. . .Energy Fuels has a Buy rating, high risk, with a $14/share target. Operations feed into its White Mesa Mill in Utah, which is the only fully licensed and operational U.S. uranium mill, and it's licensed for 8 Mlb of production per year. Energy Fuels is essentially 100% hedged, with sales of 800 Klb this year, opting only to sell into contracts. Most recently, sales were almost double those of spot prices. The company has some excellent contracts. Several operations remain on standby, or construction has been halted. Higher prices are required to unlock its vast pipeline, which includes projects in Wyoming and New Mexico, plus existing mines in Colorado, Utah and Arizona, which could lead to more than 4–5 Mlb of production company-wide. That would provide great leverage for this company."
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