Hook Lake camp Purepoint Uranium CEO, Chris Frostad "Development companies taking a resource through to production provide a clear value proposition, but over the last decade investors in uranium have made even larger returns on the discovery," says Purepoint Uranium Group president and CEO Chris Frostad. "Purepoint is unashamedly an exploration company and with our portfolio, our partners, and our experience in the region, if anyone is going to make a major new discovery in the Athabasca basin, the odds are on us."
The company has a 20-year history in the region, following its 2002 formation. At that time, Frostad’s brother, an exploration geologist working in Saskatchewan, alerted him to the untapped uranium potential in the Basin. Purepoint went on to stake over 400,000 hectares of mining titles and witnessed first hand the wave of exploration dollars and new techniques that flooded the sector following the uranium boom of 2004 […]
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