CRITICAL GLOBAL ENERGY UPDATE: Biggest Source of Carbon-Free Power Generation!
I’m pounding the table on this one: the trend in ESG investing is only getting started. It’s a secular bull market that involves a diverse mix of power sources – not the least of which will be ultra-clean uranium.
That’s right – it’s nuclear energy that will power the future, starting in 2021. And, it will create a jobs boom that will last for years.
The current U.S. administration’s mandate to support the nuclear energy industry is relatively consistent from an employment perspective, in that:
- Each nuclear power plant employs between 500 to 1,000 workers;
- Building a nuclear power reactor employs up to 3,500 workers at peak construction;
- Nuclear worker salaries are 20% higher on average than those of other electricity generation sources;
- The typical nuclear power plant creates $40 million in labor income each year;
- For every 100 nuclear power plant jobs, 66 more jobs are created in the local community; and
- Nearly one in four nuclear workers are veterans.
The smart money recognized this, and institutional investors are positioning themselves in anticipation of a secular bull market in uranium stocks:
Heading into this year, the uranium market faces a major supply deficit of 23.6 million pounds, or about 13% of the global demand, according to Scotiabank.
Just last year the largest operational uranium mine in the world was shut down for the second time in 2020 due to the spread of COVID-19. In fact, other uranium projects in Namibia and South Africa experienced pandemic-related production declines as well. The market is also preparing for imminent loss of production of two long-standing mines in Australia and Niger. (Source: ●)
Uranium is among the most resilient of resource markets – it was one of the best-performing commodities of 2020, climbing 37% at its peak. While other resources were weighed down by economic challenges in March and April, the uranium spot price rallied, reaching a four-year high in May.
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Heading into 2021’s second quarter, uranium is still on the move. Here are some of the possible contributing factors that could result in an appreciation in the uranium price: the pro-environment initiatives, the intense demand vs. the supply crunch and de-globalization.
And, there’s a pure-play secret weapon in my portfolio to capture this emerging bull market: Uranium Energy Corp. (NYSE: UEC), a premier U.S.-based uranium mining and exploration company.
In South Texas, UEC’s operations are anchored by its fully-licensed Hobson Processing Facility, which is central to the company’s Palangana, Burke Hollow and Goliad ISR (in-situ recovery) projects. Meanwhile, in Wyoming, UEC controls the Reno Creek project, which is the largest permitted, pre-construction ISR uranium project in the U.S.
Additionally, UEC controls a pipeline of uranium projects in Arizona, New Mexico and Paraguay, a uranium/vanadium project in Colorado and one of the highest-grade and largest undeveloped ferrotitanium deposits in the world, located in Paraguay.
Uranium Energy Corp. has been able to target properties for acquisition that have already been the subject of significant exploration and development by senior energy companies in the past.
UEC is run by Amir Adnani, founding CEO of UEC, and founder and Chairman of GoldMining Inc., with extensive experience in building natural resource companies from the ground up.
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Mr. Adnani has been selected as one of Mining’s Future Leaders by Mining Journal, a U.K.-based global industry publication. Fortune magazine distinguished him on their 40 Under 40 Ones to Watch list of North American executives. He was also a finalist for Ernst & Young’s Entrepreneur of the Year distinction.
Other industry luminaries with Uranium Energy Corp. include:
- Spencer Abraham, Chairman, Board of Directors: Served as a U.S. Senator from 1995 to 2001, Secretary of Energy from 2001 to 2005, and was previously the non-executive Chairman of Areva’s U.S. board;
- Scott Melbye, Executive Vice President: 35 years of experience in senior roles with uranium majors Cameco, Uranium One and Kazatomprom, and former President of Uranium Producers of America and Chair of the World Nuclear Fuel Market; and
- Robert Underdown, VP of Production: Has held senior operational positions at ISR uranium mines in Texas for over 35 years.
Uranium Energy Corp. has a major competitive advantage with the company’s low-cost, environmentally friendly, ISR mining technology at its fully-licensed projects, including its Palangana, Burke Hollow, Goliad and Reno Creek uranium projects.
Altogether, these and other uranium-rich projects add up to a robust pipeline of fully licensed, low-cost ISR projects with a potential production profile of 4 million lbs/year in Texas and Wyoming.
Today, Uranium Energy Corp. continues to advance its production readiness at its Reno Creek and Burke Hollow ISR projects.
And as market fundamentals continue to improve with a growing deficit between primary uranium production and reactor requirements, UEC is poised to provide value as an undeniable presence in the commodity market.
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