Weld County: Powertech acquires more land for uranium development

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Powertech is still buying property in Weld County for their proposed in-situ uranium mining operation. Here’s a report from the Northern Colorado Business Journal. From the article:

Powertech Uranium Corp. has entered into two agreements to purchase an additional 3,585 acres in Weld County, expanding its uranium resources near Nunn. The pending purchases add adjacent parcels to the 3,677-acre Centennial project, bringing the total surface land holdings to 7,262 acres. The option agreements include associated water, mineral and lease interests, the company announced…

In June, Powertech announced that an original estimate of 9.7 million pounds of inferred uranium resources within the project had been increased to 11.5 million pounds. The additional properties would bring the inferred resources to 12.8 million pounds.

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