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“Phoenix is the highest-grade undeveloped uranium deposit in the world, with an average grade of 19.1% and 59.7 million pounds U3O8 in probable reserves (141,000 tonnes).”
Trevali Mining examines the challenges of mining in the time of COVID-19 and how efforts to reduce costs have been rewarded.
With stronger uranium fundamentals, activity in the Athabasca basin is set to increase.
“If you look back at Aurelian’s first resource, it was 13 million ounces at Fruta del Norte. It was scaled back, but now the near-term opportunity is to do infill drilling and convert some of our indicated resource to reserve. Our probable reserve is only 67% of our indicated resource right now.”

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Gold on the Rise

July 28, 2020
Coronavirus has accelerated an already bullish outlook.

Covid-19: Insights from Québec

May 12, 2020
The impact felt by the Exploration, Aviation and Natural Gas sectors in “La Belle Province”.

Toronto: The Home of Mining Finance

March 24, 2020
"While the incredible 2019 performance of a small section of the industry is an encouraging sign moving forward and should attract some investor confidence, a lack of new listings and the continued struggles of the junior community to attract finance have created a chasm between those who produce, and those who explore.”

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