Uranium Energy Reports Results

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(Uranium, 19.Dec.2022) — Uranium Energy Corp (NYSE American: UEC) reported, in accordance with NYSE American requirements, the filing of the company’s quarterly report on Form 10-Q for the quarter ended 31 October 2022 with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). This Form 10-Q filing, which includes the company’s interim condensed consolidated financial statements, related notes thereto and management’s discussion and analysis, is available for viewing on the SEC’s website at http://www.sec.gov/edgar.shtml or on the company’s website at www.uraniumenergy.com.


Completed two accretive acquisitions, realized profit from Physical Portfolio, and strengthened balance sheet:

  • Industry leading growth with two accretive acquisitions of UEX Corporation and Rio Tinto’s world-class, development-stage Roughrider Project.
  • Acquired UEX for $192.7mn primarily in UEC stock which is expected to double total resources in all categories in the world-class, politically stable and uranium mining friendly jurisdiction of Canada, leading to the creation of the largest diversified North American focused uranium company.
  • Welcomed Rio Tinto as a new shareholder with the acquisition of the Roughrider Project for total consideration of $146.2mn comprised of $82.1mn cash and $64.1mn in UEC stock.
  • Expanded physical uranium purchases to date and contracted deliveries to 5.8 million pounds of North American warehoused uranium (“Physical Portfolio”), resulting in an average cost of ~$38 per pound with various delivery dates through December 2025.
  • Generated revenues of $57.2mn from spot market sales of 1,150,000 pounds at a weighted average price of $49.75 per pound, realized gross profit of $13.8mn for the quarter ended 31 Oct 2022.
  • No debt and $110.5mn of cash and liquid assets, comprised of $52.9mn in cash and physical uranium including 866,000 pounds of inventory, and $57.6mn in equity holdings as of 16 December 2022.

Amir Adnani, CEO and President stated: “This most recent quarter validates UEC’s growth strategy and our strengths and unique abilities as a pure-play, 100% unhedged uranium supplier. Supported by our strong balance sheet and Physical Portfolio we are advancing a two-pronged approach, combining best in-class: 1) U.S. in-situ recovery (“ISR”) production anchored by two processing plants; and 2) Canadian high-grade conventional development pipeline. The company’s North American warehoused Physical Portfolio is enabling opportunistic and profitable spot market sales and will be a reliable long-term source of supply.”

Acquisition Highlights

The UEX and Roughrider assets are primarily situated in the eastern Athabasca Basin of Saskatchewan, Canada. Highlights of the acquisitions include the following:

  • Unlocking Value and Immediate Synergies: Roughrider with the recently acquired UEX projects located in the eastern Athabasca Basin, positions UEC with a critical mass of resources to enhance future production plans.  Near to the development-stage Roughrider Project include UEC’s Raven-Horseshoe, Hidden Bay and Christie Lake Projects.
  • Scaling up in Canada’s High-Grade Athabasca Basin: After Cameco and Orano, UEC now controls the largest diversified resource base, hosted in multiple assets, in Canada’s Athabasca Basin.
  • Infrastructure, Nearby Operations and Long-Standing Uranium History: There are over 20 uranium deposits, four current and historically producing mines, and two uranium mills within a 100km distance from Roughrider, providing excellent infrastructure for future development, including all-weather roads, an all-weather airstrip within seven kms and robust electrical grid access, primarily generated from renewable hydroelectric power sources.(1)
  • World-class Roughrider Project in a Premier Uranium Mining Jurisdiction: Development-stage Roughrider Project has a non-current, historic resource of 58 million pounds at an average grade of 4.73% U3O8 situated in the eastern Athabasca Basin of Canada, where 10% of global uranium production was sourced in 2021. (2)(3)
  • Cameco Corporation 2021 ESG Report, SaskPower System Map accessible at https://www.saskpower.com
  • Subject to the completion of S-K 1300 technical report summary.
  • World Nuclear Association – World Uranium Mining Production and Largest Producing Uranium Mines in 2021.

The technical information in this news release has been reviewed by Christopher Hamel, P. Geo, Vice President Exploration Canada for the company, being a Qualified Person under Item 1302 of Regulation S-K.


Additionally, the company has diversified uranium holdings including:

(1) one of the largest physical uranium portfolios of North American warehoused U3O8;

(2) a major equity stake in Uranium Royalty Corp., the only royalty company in the sector; and

(3) a Western Hemisphere pipeline of resource stage uranium projects. The company’s operations are managed by professionals with decades of hands-on experience in the key facets of uranium exploration, development and mining.

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