For the past 20 years, the world has consumed more uranium than we have produced. This deficit has been met with government and military inventories of uranium, this has added 25 million pounds per year mainly as a result of the Highly Enriched Uranium treaty between the U.S. and Russia. However, this treaty expires next year!!!

This is what our members need to know, current consumption is about 180 million pounds per year, but total mine production is only about 135 million pounds per year! There is already a 45 million pound supply deficit, so between this imbalance, and prices depressed from Fukushima, the opportunity in a solid Uranium company is enormous.

This is why we are presenting an already producing uranium company today that trades on the NYSE-AMEX. One that traded for as high as $7 per share pre-Fukushima!

Company: Uranium Energy Corp


PPS: $3.72
Ranking: Highest Confidence/Long Term Idea is pleased to present Uranium Energy Corp (UEC). An already producing Uranium company. UEC is a long-term idea that we believe has huge upside potential and should be researched immediately.
The Opportunity in UEC 
Demand for uranium overwhelms current production. Globally, more uranium has been used than produced for the last 20 years straight. Domestically, more than 95% of U.S. usage of uranium, a strategic metal, is imported. The U.S. is more dependent on foreign uranium than it is on foreign oil. Simply put, the world will be demanding companies like UEC.
UEC’s uranium production is at a $16 per pound cost with uranium currently selling for $52 per pound. A profit margin that most other companies would only dream of having.
UEC – Uranium Producer!

UEC just announced a full year of production at  their Palangana ISR mine. As of January 31, 2012, a cumulative total of 236,000 pounds of Uranium Oxide have been processed at an average cost of $16 per pound.

UEC controls 27 projects throughout the uranium states of Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, Wyoming, Colorado and Utah, including two highly prospective large projects in Paraguay. 
UEC’s South Texas Uranium Trend
In the 1970s and early 1980s, the South Texas Uranium Belt was one of the largest uranium-producing areas of the U.S. In the 1970s, the U.S. produced more than 40 million pounds of uranium oxide annually. Compare that with today’s 4 million pounds/year. Major companies were exploring and producing from this regional trend of uraniferous sandstones that extends for 300 miles, from west of Houston and south of San Antonio to the Mexican border.
The Goliad ISR Project
As of December 2011, UEC has received all of the state-level permits to start construction at the 100%-controlled, +6-million lb. Goliad project in Goliad County, 40 miles east of the Hobson plant. Procurement of materials and initial well field development has commenced based on a plan to commence operations in Q4 this year.
The Goliad project is anticipated to boost the company’s production substantially to more than one million lbs. annually, with revenues above $50 million/year given current market prices. Goliad is also an in-situ recovery project, with cash production costs anticipated at less than $20/lb.
Additional Projects
UEC controls an additional 23 uranium projects in the uranium states, all of which have earlier received drilling by majors in the 1970s. 
Of particular note is the company’s initiative in Paraguay with its Coronel Oviedo project. Here,UEC has started a 10,000-meter drilling program this year based on highly prospective zones which had extensive exploration by Anschutz Corp and Crescent Resources. UEC controls approximately one-million acres in central Paraguay.

When it comes to finding what could be the next big player in the uranium markets, UEC should be at the top of the list.

Begin your research now by visiting their website so you too can see why there is so much potential in UEC.

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