With 114.9 million pounds of indicated resource and a further 15.4 million pounds in the inferred category, it is the sixth largest deposit ever discovered in the Athabasca Basin, and stoked major exploration interest in the basin’s southwestern fringe. With a feasibility study expected by the end of 2022 and with uranium price forecasts remaining bullish, Fission Uranium Corp, sole owner and operator of the PLS project which hosts Triple R, is moving steadily through development.
"It’s been ten years since discovery to reaching the point where PLS is close to conclusively demonstrating that it is on track to become a major, low-cost producing asset," says Ross McElroy, the company’s president and CEO. "I think the southwest side is rapidly becoming the next major mining focus of the Athabasca Basin." Ross McElroy, company president and CEO, Fission Uranium Few mining professionals can compete with McElroy’s pedigree in the basin. In […]
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