Anfield Energy: It’s All Systems Go for Its Flagship Uranium Project
Anfield is focusing on its low cost uranium project in Wyoming
Anfield Energy is a uranium and vanadium development and near-term production company. They’re committed to becoming a top-tier energy-related fuels supplier by creating value through sustainable, efficient growth in its assets.
The company is now providing a path to production for the Charlie Project, a low cost uranium project located in the U.S.
About the Charlie Project
The Charlie Project is located in the Powder River Basin in Wyoming. It’s also near an existing uranium ISR mine and operating oilfields which have an infrastructure of roads and power lines.
Further, previous owners and operators of the Charlie Project have conducted sufficient exploration drilling to delineate a portion of a major roll-front system which crosses the property and continues on to adjacent lands. As a result of this previous work, a database of over 1300 drill holes is available as well as several hydrological, analytical and mineralogical reports.
Moreover, previous reports have shown that the uranium mineralization underlying the project exist as narrow and sinuous multiple roll-fronts. To clarify, these are commonly developed in the Tertiary sedimentary formations of the Powder River Basin.
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