U3O8 Corp. Appoints New Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer

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TORONTO, Aug. 18, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — U3O8 Corp. ( TSX: UWE ), (“ U3O8 ” or the “ Company ”) today announces that Dr. Richard Spencer has transitioned from President and Chief Executive Officer, a role he held since 2008, to Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Company. Mr. Trumbull Fisher, who was appointed Chairman of the Board of Directors of U3O8 on June 30, is relinquishing this role to become Chief Executive Officer. Both changes are effective immediately.

Dr. Richard Spencer, U3O8’s Chairman commented, “With the turn-around of the Company progressing so well, and my tenure having spanned the bear market in uranium, it’s time for me to step aside for new leadership to propel the Company into the resurgent nuclear and growing battery […]

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