Energy Fuels’ production capacity is over 11.5 million lbs. of uranium per year, including the White Mesa Mill, the Nichols Ranch ISR Project, and the Alta Mesa ISR Project – and that’s just the beginning.
Uranium Mine Cleanup
Energy Fuels is focused on uranium production, but we also care about what is left behind. That’s why we are seeking to participate in EPA and other cleanups. We offer low-cost uranium and other environmental cleanup and recycling services.
Vanadium is another reason to invest with Energy Fuels. Vanadium could be at the core of the modern clean energy industry – from strengthening steel, titanium and other alloys to its use in batteries used with wind and solar farms.
Good Afternoon: Well, it happened again. This morning, the New York Times published what can only be described as a "hit piece" on Energy Fuels and the U.S. uranium mining industry. The article was full of innuendo, half-truths, obfuscation, and conspiracies,...read more
Lakewood, Colorado – February 14, 2018 Energy Fuels Inc. (NYSE American: UUUU; TSX: EFR) (“Energy Fuels” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce that, following the recent appointment of Mark S. Chalmers as President and Chief Executive Officer (“CEO”), the Company...
Energy Fuels’ President Mark S. Chalmers to Present on Monday, January 29 at NobleCon14; Video Webcast Available
Lakewood, Colorado – January 26, 2018 Energy Fuels Inc. (NYSE American: UUUU; TSX: EFR) (“Energy Fuels” or the “Company”), the largest uranium producer in the United States, is pleased to announce that its President, Mark S. Chalmers, will present at NobleCon14 -...
Energy Fuels has officially entered the nationwide security and energy debates, including our submittal of a 232 Petition and support of Bears Ears National Monument. We are proud to be a part of these debates and correcting the record where needed. Please click...
White Mesa Mill
Alta Mesa ISR Mine & Plant
Our Uranium Mining Operations
Conventional Uranium Production
Energy Fuels is the only conventional uranium producer in America. We take great pride in owning and operating facilities that produce 11.5 million pounds of uranium per year – and we have the capability to scale-up those operations as uranium prices rise in the coming years.
Large-Scale Production Scalability
Our primary goal is to become the dominant producer of U.S. uranium in the world. We expect to be the #1 uranium producer in the U.S. in 2017, we own more capacity in the U.S., and we boast the largest NI 43-101 compliant uranium resource base in the U.S. These assets provide Energy Fuels with the tools we need to accomplish our goal and become a major uranium producer on a global scale.
Uranium Mine Cleanup
Energy Fuels is more than a uranium production company. We are also seeking to participate in EPA cleanups of abandoned uranium mines and other sites that contain natural uranium. Energy Fuels offers a variety of uranium mine cleanup, environmental cleanup, and other cleanup and recycling services.
At Energy Fuels, uranium is at our core, but we also have an eye toward the future. Vanadium may be the next big thing in the clean energy industry. It is used to strengthen steel, titanium, and other alloys, and it is a component in large-scale batteries that can be used with wind and solar energy.