John Cash of Ur-Energy Talks About Higher Uranium Prices and Increasing Production to Meet the Demand

In this InvestorIntel interview, Tracy Weslosky talks to Ur-Energy Inc. ‘s (NYSE American: URG | TSX: URE) President, CEO, and Chairman John Cash about an update on the uranium market. With the US utilities now looking at domestic uranium supply, John provides an update on Ur-Energy’s sales contracts for the supply of uranium with new long-term contracts and strong profit margins.

With total sales quantity now under contract at 600,000 pounds U 3 O 8 per year, John discusses ramping up production at its Lost Creek in-situ uranium mine. John also provides an update on advancing Ur-Energy’s fully-licensed Shirley Basin Project to meet the demand as they continue to close additional sales contracts.

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