Profile: Ur-Energy Inc (URG.A)
30 Jan 2015
Ur-Energy Inc. (Ur-Energy), incorporated on August 08, 2006, is an exploration-stage junior mining company. The Company is engaged in the identification, acquisition, evaluation, exploration and development of uranium mineral properties located primarily in Canada and the United States with additional exploration interests in Canada. The Company's Canadian properties include Screech Lake and Gravel Hill, which are located in the Thelon Basin, Northwest Territories and Bugs, which is located in the Baker Lake Basin, Nunavut. The Company’s wholly owned subsidiaries include Ur-Energy USA Inc., NFU Wyoming, LLC, Lost Creek ISR, LLC, NFUR Bootheel, LLC, Hauber Project LLC and NFUR Hauber, LLC.
The Company’s Wyoming properties together total more than 63,000 acres (25,495 hectares) and leased lands for exploration prospects in Nebraska represent an additional approximately 35,000 acres (14,164 hectares). The Corporation has two properties in the Northwest Territories, Canada and one property in Nunavut, Canada. Collectively, the Corporation’s landholdings total approximately 98,000 acres (39,659 hectares) in the United States and approximately 140,000 acres (56,656 hectares) in Canada.
The Company controls a total of more than 2,100 unpatented mining claims and four State of Wyoming mineral leases for a total of approximately 42,000 acres (16,997 hectares) in the area of its Lost Creek Property, including the Lost Creek permit area (the Lost Creek Project or Project) and certain adjoining properties comprising LC East, LC West, LC North, LC South and EN project areas (collectively, with the Lost Creek Project, the Lost Creek Property). The main mineral trend of the Lost Creek uranium deposit (the MMT) is located within the Lost Creek Project. The permit area of the Lost Creek Project covers 4,254 acres (1,722 hectares), comprising 201 lode mining claims and one State of Wyoming mineral lease section.
The Lost Soldier project is located approximately 14 miles (22.5 kilometers) to the northeast of the Lost Creek Project. Lost Soldier has over 3,700 historic drill holes defining 14 mineralized sandstone units. The Company’s wholly owned Hauber Project maintains properties within the Black Hills Uplift in Crook County, Wyoming, comprising 205 unpatented lode mining claims and one State of Wyoming uranium lease totaling approximately 4,570 mineral acres (1,849 hectares).
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