IsoEnergy – Uranium market overview and exploration overview for the upcoming drill program

May 20, 2020

Craig Parry, President and CEO of IsoEnergy (TSX.V:ISO & OTCQX:ISENF) joins me to update us on the Uranium market (in terms of supply and demand int he spot market) and updates us on the upcoming drill program. I also have Craig address a couple questions regarding a potential financing.

If you have any follow up questions for Craig please email me at

Click here to visit the IsoEnergy website and read over the recent news releases.

    May 20, 2020 20:28 PM

    US Uranium Output Shrinks 89% in 2019 Editor | May 20, 2020

    “The EIA records uranium production from six existing facilities: five in-situ leach (ISL) plants in Nebraska and Wyoming (Crow Butte operation, Lost Creek project, Ross CPP, North Butte and Smith Ranch-Highland operation) and one underground mine.”

    This also represents a steep decline compared to the 4.89 million pounds the US produced five years earlier.

    “The report comes about a month after the Trump Administration released plans to rescue the struggling US uranium mining industry.”

    “At the end of 2019, two conventional uranium mills — the Shootaring Canyon mill in Utah and the Sweetwater uranium project in Wyoming — were on standby with a total capacity of 3,750 t/d. The 2,000 t/d White Mesa mill in Utah was no longer producing uranium.”

      May 20, 2020 20:32 PM

      First Innings or False Start? Are we in a Uranium Bull Market?

      Adelaide Capital • May 20, 2020

      “Adelaide Capital hosts a Uranium Panel for its weekly BYOB virtual cocktail party in support of Food Banks Canada. Join Leigh Curyer of NexGen Energy (TSX: NXE), Craig Parry of IsoEnergy (TSXV: ISO), and Fund Manager Warren Irwin of Rosseau Asset Management as we discuss the state of the market, supply and demand fundamentals and upside potential in uranium investing.”

        May 20, 2020 20:44 PM

        UxC Interview with Mr. Galymzhan Pirmatov, CEO of NAC Kazatomprom

        27 | APR | 2020 VOL 34 | NO 17

        “The consequence of the staff reductions is that some activities at the mines have had to stop, including our ongoing wellfield development. We continue to produce from active fields, but as the new wellfields scheduled to begin acidification and production will be delayed, this will lead to a reduction in production for 2020, as we advised.”