Energy Fuels primary goal is to become the dominant uranium producer in the United States. We believe we are well on our way of achieving this goal. Our company is led by a seasoned management team dedicated to responsibly producing uranium from world-class, US-based assets. Below is a timeline describing our company’s dynamic growth profile and our quick ascent as a leader in the U.S. uranium sector.
Energy Fuels Nuclear’s Pigeon Mine, located in Northern Arizona, in full operation.
2016: Energy Fuels Expands Lower Cost Production
2015: Energy Fuels Becomes an ISR Producer
2014: Energy Fuels Focuses on Organic Growth
2013: Energy Fuels Growth Continues
- December: Listed on the NYSE MKT stock exchange under ticker “UUUU”
- September: Acquired Strathmore Minerals, Including the Roca Honda Project in New Mexico
- May: Development of the High-Grade Canyon Mine in Arizona
- January: Ore Production Commences at the High-Grade Pinenut Mine
2012: Energy Fuels Becomes Major U.S. Uranium Supplier
2011: Energy Fuels Continues Path to Production
2010: Energy Fuels Names New President & CEO
2009: Energy Fuels' First Strategic M&A Transaction
2006: Energy Fuels Founded
1970 to 1997: Energy Fuels Nuclear, Inc.
The “Energy Fuels” name is well-respected in the U.S. uranium sector. Energy Fuels Nuclear was once the leading producer of uranium in the U.S., discovering and developing some of the projects we operate today. In fact, Energy Fuels Nuclear constructed the White Mesa Mill in 1980. While Energy Fuels Inc. and Energy Fuels Nuclear are unrelated entities, much of our senior management team began their careers and learned about the U.S. uranium industry from the earlier successes of Energy Fuels Nuclear.