Kivalliq Energy’s Jim Paterson Talks Acquisition Northeast of the Athabasca Basin

- January 22nd, 2014

To learn more about Kivalliq Energy’s latest acquisition, the Genesis property, Uranium Investing News spoke with Kivalliq’s CEO Jim Paterson.

Canadian junior exploration company Kivalliq Energy (TSXV:KIV) has long focused on uranium its Angilak property in Canada’s great white north. However, the company recently saw an opportunity northeast of the Athabasca Basin in Saskatchewan that was too good to pass up.
Kivalliq acquired the Genesis property in Northeastern Saskatchewan in mid-January, adding some diversification to its Nunavut focus. Of the key features that make Genesis significant, its proximity to all of Canada’s operating uranium mines and mills and the majority of Canadian uranium deposits is hard to beat.
To learn more about the Genesis property, Uranium Investing News spoke with Kivalliq’s CEO Jim Paterson.


 
Securities Disclosure: I, Vivien Diniz, hold no investment interest in any of the companies mentioned. 
Editorial Disclosure: Kivalliq Energy is a client of the Investing News Network. This article was not written as part of Kivalliq’s advertising campaign. 

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