The uranium industry has definitely been on a rollercoaster ride for the past 20 years, but sentiment continues to rise as the role of nuclear power gains momentum in today’s climate. While Australia, Kazakhstan and Canada have led the way for production in recent years, Blue Sky Uranium believes they hold the key to the future of uranium in the Americas: Argentina.
The TSX Venture, FSE and OTC-listed Blue Sky Uranium Corp has staked its claim on Argentina’s nuclear ambitions, with 100% control of more than 450,000 hectares of mining tenures, after discovering a 145-kilometre uranium trend more than 15 years ago.
The Amarillo Grande Uranium-Vanadium project in the central Rio Negro province includes the country’s largest NI 43-101 resource estimate for uranium, as well as a significant vanadium credit.
Blue Sky’s President and CEO Nikolaos Cacos said the company is already drilling two of its targets within the deposit while awaiting […]
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