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  • “Just as the Russians and Saudis attacked America’s shale oil sector, the same thing is happening to the U.S. uranium sector, which is under attack by Russia and Kazakhstan.”
  • “Trump recognized this major national security threat, and this is documented in a presidential memo.”
  • “Uranium is required for 20% of U.S. electricity supply and multiple vital defense needs. We’re talking about 108 nuclear reactors in 84 aircraft carriers and submarines.”
  • “The U.S. is currently producing no uranium domestically. We’re literally importing everything and relying entirely on foreign nations.”
  • “This is a major departure from the 1980s when America led the world in uranium mining.”
  • “It doesn’t have to be this way. The U.S. has abundant supplies of uranium and huge geologic potential. Just as foreign interests feared America’s shale revolution, which created dominance and independence, they now want to keep us dependent on them for nuclear power.”
  • “Full-spectrum energy independence and dominance must include nuclear power. Russia and China are using nuclear power as a geopolitical tool to gain influence over America and the entire world.”
  • At the same time, even while the U.S. is falling behind in producing nuclear energy, we consume more of it than any other nation (98 reactors are generating 20% of the electricity). Believe it or not, America uses more nuclear energy than China and India combined.
  • We can’t even rely on allies like Canada and Australia. There’s currently no uranium production in Canada, and those countries rely on imports just as much as we do.
  • This has been going on for decades. International nuclear non-proliferation agreements, in accordance with the IAEA (International Atomic Energy Agency), require U.S.-originated uranium.
  • The U.S. has the potential to be a low-cost uranium producer not just for our own energy needs, but as an exporter to the world.
  • President Trump was on top of this. In Trump’s 2021 fiscal budget, he proposed for the U.S to purchase, for the first time since the 1970s, $150 million of uranium annually.
  • Trump recognized America’s severe shortage of uranium and he sought to build U.S. government stockpiles once again.
  • Unfortunately, that proposed $150 million annual uranium purchase program hasn’t been ratified or implemented by the U.S. government. The current administration must be urged to come out and get behind this program and support greater nuclear independence and security for America.

The uranium industry is absolutely booming and, as you can see by the chart below, it’s one of the few commodities that are still substantially below their 2011 highs. 

(Source: tradingeconomics.com)

The modern world needs nuclear power and the uranium that makes it possible. It’s a viable alternative to high-polluting fossil fuel energy sources, like petroleum and coal. Nuclear energy is a vital component of the world’s energy ecosystem. Most people aren’t even aware of how vital nuclear energy is to their daily lives. In particular:

  • Nuclear energy currently provides about 10% of the world’s electricity from about 440 power reactors;
  • Around 50 reactors are under construction.
  • Nuclear energy is the world’s second-largest source of low-carbon power;
  • Over 50 countries use nuclear energy in about 220 research reactors;
  • Civil nuclear energy power can now boast more than 17,000 reactor years of experience;
  • 12 countries produced at least 25% of their electricity from nuclear energy in 2019;
  • France gets around 75% of its electricity from nuclear energy;
  • Slovakia and Ukraine get more than half of their power from nuclear energy;
  • Hungary, Belgium, Sweden, Slovenia, Bulgaria, Switzerland, Finland and the Czech Republic get more than one-third of their power from nuclear energy; and
  • South Korea normally gets more than 30% of its electricity from nuclear energy, while the U.S.A., U.K., Spain, Romania and Russia derive about one-fifth of their electricity from nuclear energy.

The need for reliable, continuous energy sources is more vital than ever because people are staying indoors and can’t afford to have the electricity fail on them.

Nuclear technologies also have medical applications that will help combat COVID-19. The International Atomic Energy Agency is providing diagnostic kits, equipment and training in nuclear-derived detection techniques to countries asking for assistance in tackling the worldwide spread of COVID-19.

In terms of efficient energy production, nuclear energy is superior. For example, the difference in the heat value of uranium, compared with coal and other fuels, is stark: as a 1 million Kw coal-fired power station consumes about 3.2 million metric tons of black coal each year, while its nuclear reactor counterpart only consumes about 24 metric tons of uranium!

Source: energy.gov

According to the U.S. Office of Nuclear Energy, uranium is a very reliable energy source. 

Put differently, nuclear power plants are producing maximum power more than 93% of the time during the year. That’s about 1.5-2x more reliable than natural gas and coal units and 2.5-3.5x more reliable than wind and solar plants. 

Nuclear power plants are considered more reliable and efficient because they require less maintenance and are designed to operate for longer stretches before refueling (typically every 1.5 or 2 years). At the same time, natural gas and coal capacity factors are generally lower due to routine maintenance and/or refueling at these facilities. 

For comparison, renewable plants are considered intermittent or variable sources and are mostly limited by a lack of fuel. As a result, these plants need a backup power source, and often times that backup source is nuclear energy.

In America, nuclear power has been used for over six full decades to provide constant, reliable and carbon-free energy.

Source: World Nuclear Association

The installation of the new U.S. government administration is expected to result in new opportunities for the nuclear energy market as a vital component of the current government-supported clean energy movement.  Nuclear energy is ideal for the new administration’s zero-carbon vision since the U.S. could conceivably eliminate the vast majority of fossil fuel use by replacing coal, gas and oil-based power plants with nuclear ones.

It is entirely possible for nuclear sources to provide for substantially all required industrial, commercial and residential heat and power needs going forward. Fossil fuel-based power sources are being phased out by many governments around the world.

The new U.S. administration has recently and explicitly laid out its green energy plans, which include modular nuclear reactors. 

Furthermore, the U.S. administration has vowed to identify the future of nuclear energy and, in furtherance thereof, to look at all low- and zero-carbon technologies as well as supporting a research agenda through ARPA-C to look at various issues, ranging from cost to safety to waste disposal systems, that remain an ongoing challenge with nuclear power today.

The current U.S. administration’s mandate to support the nuclear energy industry seems relatively consistent from an employment perspective, in that:

  • Each nuclear power plant employs between 500 to 1,000 workers;
  • Building a nuclear power reactor employs up to 3,500 workers at peak construction;
  • Nuclear worker salaries are 20% higher on average than those of other electricity generation sources;
  • The typical nuclear power plant creates $40 million in labor income each year;
  • For every 100 nuclear power plant jobs, 66 more jobs are created in the local community; and
  • Nearly one in four nuclear workers are veterans. 

Heading into this year, the uranium market faces a major supply deficit of 23.6 million pounds, or about 13% of the global demand, according to Scotiabank.

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    Just last year the largest operational uranium mine in the world was shut down for the second time in 2020 due to the spread of COVID-19. In fact, other uranium projects in Namibia and South Africa experienced pandemic-related production declines as well. The market is also preparing for the imminent loss of production from two long-standing mines in Australia and Niger. 

    Uranium is among the most resilient of resource markets – it was one of the best-performing commodities of 2020, climbing 37% at its peak. While other resources were weighed down by economic challenges in March and April, the uranium spot price rallied, reaching a four-year high in May.

    Courtesy: St. Louis Federal Reserve

    Heading into 2021, uranium is still on the move. Here are some of the possible contributing factors that could result in an appreciation in the uranium price: the pro-environment initiatives; the intense demand vs. the supply crunch; and de-globalization.

    Uranium Energy Corp. (NYSE: UEC) is a premier U.S.-based uranium mining and exploration company.

    In South Texas, UEC’s operations are anchored by its fully-licensed Hobson Processing Facility, which is central to the company’s Palangana, Burke Hollow and Goliad ISR (in-situ recovery) projects.  Meanwhile, in Wyoming, UEC controls the Reno Creek project, which is the largest permitted, pre-construction ISR uranium project in the U.S.

    Additionally, UEC controls a pipeline of uranium projects in Arizona, New Mexico and Paraguay, a uranium/vanadium project in Colorado and one of the highest-grade and largest undeveloped ferrotitanium deposits in the world, located in Paraguay.

    Uranium Energy Corp. has been able to target properties for acquisition that have already been the subject of significant exploration and development by senior energy companies in the past. 

    UEC is run by Amir Adnani, founding CEO of UEC, and founder and Chairman of GoldMining Inc., with extensive experience in building natural resource companies from the ground up.

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    Mr. Adnani has been selected as one of Mining’s Future Leaders by Mining Journal, a U.K.-based global industry publication. Fortune magazine distinguished him on their 40 Under 40 Ones to Watch list of North American executives. He was also a finalist for Ernst & Young’s Entrepreneur of the Year distinction.

    Other industry luminaries with Uranium Energy Corp. include:

    • Spencer Abraham, Chairman, Board of Directors: Served as a U.S. Senator from 1995 to 2001, Secretary of Energy from 2001 to 2005, and was previously the non-executive Chairman of Areva’s U.S. board;
    • Scott Melbye, Executive Vice President: 35 years of experience in senior roles with uranium majors Cameco, Uranium One and Kazatomprom, and former President of the Uranium Producers of America and Chair of the World Nuclear Fuel Market; and
    • Robert Underdown, VP of Production: Has held senior operational positions at ISR uranium mines in Texas for over 35 years.

    Uranium Energy Corp. has a major competitive advantage with the company’s low-cost, environmentally friendly, ISR mining technology at its fully-licensed projects, including its Palangana, Burke Hollow, Goliad and Reno Creek uranium projects.

    In the process of ISR mning, UEC uses a mining methodology that reverses the natural process that has resulted in the deposit of uranium in sandstone. On-site groundwater is fortified with gaseous oxygen and introduced to the uranium ore body through a pattern of injection wells. The solution dissolves the uranium from the sandstone host.

    The Hobson Processing Plant is central to all of UEC’s ISR projects in South Texas. The plant is designed to process uranium-loaded resins from satellite mines to a final product. 

    Along with a state-of-the-art processing plant, UEC has a portfolio of resource assets that are quite extensive and include the following:

    • The Palangana Mine, located in the South Texas uranium belt, which has over 4,000 historic exploration, development and production holes  drilled at the mine by Union Carbide Corp., Chevron and Everest Exploration Inc.;
    • The Burke Hollow project which is situated 50 miles southeast of the Hobson facility;
    • The Reno Creek project, which is located in the Powder River Basin of northeast Wyoming; is one of the most prolific uranium-producing regions in the U.S. and the home of five ISR uranium mining operations! The project includes a company-owned central processing plant (CPP) site and five major resource units all within six miles of the proposed CPP;
    • The Diabase project is a large, early-stage exploration project located west of Cameco’s Key Lake mill on the southern rim of Saskatchewan’s Athabasca Basin uranium district;
    • The Oviedo project, which is located in stable and business-friendly Paraguay, is geologically very similar to the South Texas uranium belt and is anticipated to be ISR amenable as initially indicated through pump-test studies;
    • The Dalton Pass project, which is located on the western edge of the Grants Mineral Belt, is an area containing the two most productive uranium mining regions in New Mexico; 

    *Note:

    Any mineral resources referred to herein have been estimated in accordance with the definition standards on mineral resources of the Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum referred to in NI 43-101 and are not compliant with U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (the “SEC”) Industry Guide 7 guidelines.  In addition, measured mineral resources, indicated mineral resources and inferred mineral resources, while recognized and required by Canadian regulations, are not defined terms under SEC Industry Guide 7 and are normally not permitted to be used in reports and registration statements filed with the SEC.  Accordingly, UEC has not reported them in the United States.  Investors are cautioned not to assume that any part or all of the mineral resources in these categories will ever be converted into mineral reserves.  These terms have a great amount of uncertainty as to their existence, and great uncertainty as to their economic and legal feasibility.  It should be noted that mineral resources which are not mineral reserves do not have demonstrated economic viability.  It cannot be assumed that all or any part of measured mineral resources, indicated mineral resources or inferred mineral resources will ever be upgraded to a higher category.  In accordance with Canadian rules, estimates of inferred mineral resources cannot form the basis of feasibility or other economic studies.  Investors are cautioned not to assume that any part of the reported measured mineral resources, indicated mineral resources or inferred mineral resources referred to herein are economically or legally mineable.

    Palangana

    When readied, $10M in initial CAPEX and a six-month construction timeline has been determined for UEC’s Palangana mine which is a production-ready, uranium-focused mineral project.

    In addition, Palangana features: a low cash cost of $21.77/pound of uranium during operations; it is fully permitted, including an expanded mining permit; and it has received a 10-year renewal permit in 2019, with similar costs for future projects as the major permits for production have been issued for the company’s Goliad and Burke Hollo projects.

    Burke Hollow

    In Burke Hollow, the first production area is currently identified as the newest and largest ISR well-field being developed in the U.S.!

    Six trends have been identified at the Burke Hollow project since 2012, and leach amenability testing indicates recovery greater than 90%. Plus, 50% of the property at Burke Hollow remains unexplored. 

    Final permits at the site have been obtained for the mine production area, including for two Class I disposal wells, an aquifer exemption and a radioactive materials permit.

    Today, there are plans to complete all of the exterior and interior wells at the Burke Hollow site, including the installation of around 45 additional monitor wells. Permitting activities at Burke Hollow will include sampling and pumping tests in anticipation of commencing production activities.

    Reno Creek

    The Reno Creek ISR project, which is the largest permitted, pre-construction ISR uranium project in the U.S., has a strategic location within the heart of the Powder River Basin in Wyoming, and it has received a modified Permit to Construct in 2019, thereby allowing the construction of the Central Processing Plant (CPP) and ISR well-fields!

    *Note:

    Any mineral resources referred to herein have been estimated in accordance with the definition standards on mineral resources of the Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum referred to in NI 43-101 and are not compliant with U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (the “SEC”) Industry Guide 7 guidelines.  In addition, measured mineral resources, indicated mineral resources and inferred mineral resources, while recognized and required by Canadian regulations, are not defined terms under SEC Industry Guide 7 and are normally not permitted to be used in reports and registration statements filed with the SEC.  Accordingly, UEC has not reported them in the United States.  Investors are cautioned not to assume that any part or all of the mineral resources in these categories will ever be converted into mineral reserves.  These terms have a great amount of uncertainty as to their existence, and great uncertainty as to their economic and legal feasibility.  It should be noted that mineral resources which are not mineral reserves do not have demonstrated economic viability.  It cannot be assumed that all or any part of measured mineral resources, indicated mineral resources or inferred mineral resources will ever be upgraded to a higher category.  In accordance with Canadian rules, estimates of inferred mineral resources cannot form the basis of feasibility or other economic studies.  Investors are cautioned not to assume that any part of the reported measured mineral resources, indicated mineral resources or inferred mineral resources referred to herein are economically or legally mineable.

    Altogether, these and other uranium-rich projects add up to a robust pipeline of fully licensed, low-cost ISR projects with a potential production profile of 4 million lbs/year in Texas and Wyoming.

    From a fringe market many years ago to the powerhouse that it is today, green energy and ESG (environmental, social, and governance) are among the most significant, impactful, and lucrative industries in 2021.

    Governments around the world are increasingly incentivizing green initiatives. 

    The primary objectives of these initiatives include avoiding the use of fossil fuels and finding viable and cleaner alternatives to avoid polluting the planet beyond its current state.

    Governments are also seeking to reduce fuel dependency while promoting economic and job development – and even potentially saving lives in the process.

    The race to zero emissions and carbon neutrality is heating up among the world’s most powerful nations:

    • President Xi Jinping announced to the UN General Assembly in September 2020 that China would strive to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050. The country would adopt “more vigorous policies and measures” to peak emissions before 2030, he added.
    • Denmark set out plans in 2018 to build a “climate-neutral society” by 2050. Its package included a ban on sales of new gasoline and diesel cars from 2030 and support for electric vehicles.
    • The European Commission is working towards a multinational 2050 net-zero emissions target under a Green Deal. This has been endorsed by the European Council of national leaders.
    • French lawmakers voted a 2050 net-zero target into law on the same day as the U.K. Parliament passed a similar 2050 target amendment.
    • Japan promulgated its 2050 net-zero target in law in May 2021. Japan is the world’s fifth-largest emitter and it relies on coal for a third of its electricity generation, but this will have to change as the nation implements new emissions controls.
    • Germany established its 2045 net-zero target in law in June 2021 after raising its climate ambition following a landmark court ruling the previous month.
    • The Canadian Senate adopted the net-zero emissions accountability act in June 2021, making Canada’s 2050 net-zero target official.
    • In the U.S., President Biden ran on a climate platform to aim for net-zero emissions by 2050. With this, Biden promised a $2 trillion “clean energy revolution” and 100% clean electricity by 2035.

    Courtesy: independent.co.uk

    Virtually every developed nation has some sort of climate change initiative in the works. 

    More recently, the proposed $1.2 trillion infrastructure plan promises (according to the Biden administration) to make “transformational and historic investments in clean transportation infrastructure… clean power infrastructure, remediation of legacy pollution, and resilience to the changing climate.”

    The Biden administration has made it crystal clear that it’s pro-nuclear energy in its carbon-neutral vision.

    Biden has promised to continue “to leverage the carbon-pollution free energy provided by existing sources like nuclear”; to support the creation of “advanced nuclear reactors”; and to support “advanced nuclear – and rapidly commercialize [it], ensuring that those new technologies are made in America.”

    In light of this, many big-money investors are jumping head-first into the long side of the ESG trade. BlackRock’s head of iShares Americas, Armando Senra, expects that ESG investments could become a $1 trillion category by 2030.

    ESG funds raked in over $21 billion just during the first quarter of 2021. Just watch where the money’s flowing and you can literally see in real-time how ESG investing has evolved from being a second-tier investment strategy to a must-have, core component to any growth portfolio.

    Courtesy: MarketWatch

    A report from the U.S. SIF Foundation reported that ESG investing now accounts for one-third of total U.S. assets under management. 

    One survey found that about one-third of millennials often or exclusively use investments that take ESG factors into account. 

    Courtesy: globalxetfs.com

    One kilogram of natural uranium will yield about 20,000 times as much energy as the same amount of coal. It is therefore a highly efficient, portable, and tradeable commodity.

    Commercial nuclear power plants have supplied around 20% of the nation’s electricity each year since 1990.

    In my opinion, the ultimate way to capitalize on this trend is by looking into Uranium Energy Corp (NYSE: UEC), which has done something remarkable and has actually purchased physical uranium, in order to have supply ready, when the time comes to sell inventory; this is brilliant and, in my mind, equates to a gold mining company hoarding its production through the bear market, with the purpose of selling at higher prices!

    It owns the physical supply, it owns 14M shares of the only uranium royalty company in the world, it owns and is developing the newest and largest ISR production-area in the U.S. at Burke Hollow in South Texas and it has Spencer Abraham, the former energy secretary on its board of directors.

    I consider the most inclusive and comprehensive way to get into uranium, since the company is focused on production, yet it indirectly owns royalty projects and uranium physical drums!

    Conventional uranium extraction methods aren’t necessarily the best way to get the minerals out of the ground, since the world’s leading country, Kazakhstan, is using only a specific type of extraction methodology.

    Today’s leading mining companies use In-Situ recovery, or ISR mining. This technique is used extensively in the U.S., Australia, Kazakhstan, China, and Russia to mine potash, salt, copper, and uranium.

    Kazakhstan, the dominator in the global uranium market, only operates that way. In-Situ recovery is, by far, the cheapest, most effective, and cleanest way to mine uranium and produce it.

    Courtesy: energymining.sa.gov.au

    In our view, this process is becoming the gold standard of uranium production methods:

    • Fluids (a mix of water and chemicals added to accelerate the mining process) are pumped underground to dissolve valuable minerals from the geology that hosts them.
    • The fluids are then pumped to the surface for the minerals to be recovered for sale.
    • Next, the remaining solution is retreated and circulated back through the rock to recover more minerals.
    • This process continues until it no longer recovers a viable amount of minerals.

    As you can see, in-situ recovery mining involves the circulation of fluid, rather than the movement of rock. Hence, there is very little surface disturbance or generation of noise, dust, or vibration that’s typically associated with open-cut or underground mining.

    The advantages of in-situ recovery mining make it absolutely compelling, in my opinion and in the view of Kazakhstan, the major dominator of the industry:

    • Comparative simplicity: there’s no need for massive open pits or deep, winding underground tunnels
    • Reduced hazards for the employees from accidents, dust, and radiation
    • Lower capital and operating costs
    • No need for large uranium mill tailings deposits
    • Minimal greenhouse gas emissions
    • Very little noise or visual disturbance
    • The surface is typically returned to pre-mining conditions, allowing it to be used for any purpose in the future

    Courtesy: world-nuclear-org

    Uranium Energy Corp (NYSE: UEC) owns In-Situ Recovery, production-ready project on U.S. soil, which makes it a rare and special, since they’re located in TX and in WY. On top of that, the company owns the largest resource base of fully permitted ISR projects of any U.S.-based producer!

    This company now has USD$123M in cash and marketable securities on its balance sheet and, best of all, its last financing was done at USD$3.25 with no warrant, yet on the open market, shares are now priced below USD$2.00, a 38% discount to what institutional money paid only recently!

    Conduct your due diligence on Uranium Energy Corp (NYSE: UEC) now! Check out their massive portfolio below! Keep in mind that it is the only uranium company, whose board of directors includes a former energy secretary!

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      Compensation

      On March sixteenth, twenty twenty one, in connection with our agreement with Uranium Energy Corp, the Company shall pay the Advertiser and advertising fee for one year of publishing and distributing information regarding the Company in return for an advertising marketing fee of two hundred thousand dollars CAD. On March thirty first, twenty twenty one, in connection with our agreement with Uranium Energy Corp, the Company shall pay the Advertiser and advertising fee for one year of publishing and distributing information regarding the Company in return for an advertising marketing fee of three hundred and twelve thousand dollars CAD. In addition, Uranium Energy Corp has compensated us in twenty twenty one one hundred and twelve thousand three hundred dollars for ad buying and digital marketing expenses.  Uranium Energy Corp will be issuing us one hundred and fifty thousand restricted shares. We have been previously compensated by Uranium Energy Corp for agreements that have since expired.