Uranium

ValOre Metals

Valore Metals: Exploring District-Scale Uranium, PGE & Gold Projects


ValOre Metals (TSX:VO) focuses on high-quality metals and projects. The company's flagship uranium asset Angilak is located in Nunavut, Canada, covers 59,583 hectares, and has district-scale potential for uranium along with precious and base metals. The company is also exploring its Brazilian project targeting PGEs and gold.

The Angilak project has significant upside potential due to its land area and deposits. The area represents Canada’s highest grade uranium resource outside Saskatchewan and one of the highest grade uranium resources on a global basis, according to ValOre VP of exploration Colin Smith.

ValOre Metals is also exploring its Pedra Branca PGE project in northeastern Brazil. As another district-scale mining project, the asset covers 56,852 hectares with multiple PGE and gold deposits. Ownership of the asset gives ValOre control of an entire PGE belt. The company has three additional projects for future exploration: Hatchet Lake, Baffin Gold and Genesis.

Angilak Uranium project

The company a member of the Discovery Group, an alliance of nine publicly traded companies with a track record of successfully increasing shareholder value, often through tactful exits via mergers and acquisitions.

Company Highlights

  • ValOre Metals is a Canadian exploration mining company focusing on district-scale, high-grade assets with uranium, PGE and gold deposits.
  • The company is a member of the Discovery Group, an alliance of publicly traded companies striving to improve shareholder value through mergers and acquisitions.
  • The Discovery Group has a track record of successful mergers and acquisitions that directly increase shareholder value. ValOre’s management team was involved in many of the Discovery Group’s notable transactions.
  • The Angilak uranium project in Canada includes one of the highest-grade uranium deposits on a global scale. In addition, the project includes multiple notable uranium deposits, many of which reach the surface for straightforward extraction.
  • ValOre’s Pedra Branca PGE-gold project in Brazil represents another district-scale opportunity and gives the company complete control over an entire PGE belt.
  • An experienced management team with expertise in all aspects of the mining industry leads the company toward its goal of improving shareholder value.

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