Skyharbour Resources CEO Jordan Trimble said, “We’re in the highest-grade depository of uranium in the world.”
SkyHarbour Resources CEO Jordan Trimble: One of the Largest Land Packages in the Athabasca Basinyoutu.be
Skyharbour Resources (TSXV:SYH,OTCQB:SYHBF,FWB:SC1P) CEO Jordan Trimble discussed the company’s advanced uranium projects in Canada’s Athabasca Basin.
“We have 15 projects scattered throughout the Athabasca Basin in Northern Saskatchewan," Trimble said. "It's now one of the largest land packages controlled by any one company in the region, totaling over 450,000 hectares. We offer investors exposure to all different parts of the Athabasca Basin, including the southeast (and) the southwest, as well as the northern regions.”
Trimble also discussed demand projections for 2022, ranging between 185 million and 190 million pounds of uranium, positioning the company well in the supply chain. "It’s been a fairly good 18 months, and there's a number of reasons for that — the underlying supply/demand fundamentals. With uranium being the fuel for nuclear energy, of emissions-free, baseload, affordable, scalable and reliable electricity generation. It's really at this nexus between global electrification and clean energy.”
Speaking to sustainability, Trimble stated, “We see countries committed to decarbonization and net-zero emissions goals. We also have the advent of small modular reactors, and new advanced nuclear technologies that could contribute to further growth in demand for uranium. We're really in the business of finding the next generation of uranium deposits in resources that can provide the fuel for these nuclear reactors going forward.”
On the topic of Skyharbour Resources’ approach to the future, Trimble said, “In addition to being a high-grade exploration and early stage development company, we also act as a prospect generator. We bring in partner companies to either option, joint venture or buy out some of our secondary projects. We benefit as a shareholder in the companies that are public, and hold minority interest holders in these projects, so it's a great complement to our core business. ... We’re in the highest-grade depository of uranium in the world.”
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