Ur-Energy Plans Additional Exploration on Targets Within its LC South Project

- March 22nd, 2010

Ur-Energy Inc. reports its plans for its LC South project. 
The LC South project is adjacent to the the Lost Creek Permit Area and the site of some of the exploration targets identified by Ur-Energy during 2009 as the result of in-depth in-house geologic evaluations. The LC South project comprises 217 federal mining claims, or nearly 11,000 acres (approximately […]

Ur-Energy Inc. reports its plans for its LC South project. 

The LC South project is adjacent to the the Lost Creek Permit Area and the site of some of the exploration targets identified by Ur-Energy during 2009 as the result of in-depth in-house geologic evaluations. The LC South project comprises 217 federal mining claims, or nearly 11,000 acres (approximately 4,450 hectares). The Company now controls nearly 34,000 acres (approximately 13,800 hectares) in and around its Lost Creek project, including the Lost Creek Permit Area, LC North, LC South, EN and Toby projects.

President & CEO of Ur-Energy, Bill Boberg states:

 “The ability to define additional resources adjacent to the Lost Creek project has always been one of the strengths of the project. We have used our extensive historic drill hole database in the region to define the locations of roll fronts in various stratigraphic horizons and now we can use the data which demonstrates significant mineralization to define a compliant resource within some of our targeted areas of new potential. Additional minable resources adjacent to the Lost Creek project will extend the life of the Lost Creek Central Processing Plant.”

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