In an Aug. 24 research note, analyst Sid Rajeev reported that Fundamental Research Corp. increased its fair target price on Azarga Uranium Corp. (AZZ:TSX; AZZUF:OTCQB) to CA$1.11 per share from CA$1.03 after the uranium firm released a "robust" preliminary economic assessment (PEA) for its Gas Hills project in Wyoming.
"The PEA confirmed our assumption that Gas Hills can be a satellite project of the company’s flagship Dewey Burdock project in South Dakota," Rajeev wrote.
The analyst reviewed the PEA. It outlined a satellite-model operation producing 1 million pounds of uranium per year over a seven-year mine life. Processing will take place at a facility on the Dewey Burdock property.
As for Gas Hills costs, initial capex required is an estimated US$26 million ($26M), a low amount according to Rajeev. Cash operating costs are forecasted to be US$11.52 per pound and sustaining costs, US$9.07 per pound. All PEA figures are based on a […]
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