Uranium mining australia

HONEYMOON URANIUM PROJECT

Near term production with a substantial exploration upside positioning to be Australia’s next Uranium producer

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Permitted

Fully Permitted

  • Fully Permitted for 3.2M Ib export (1 of 4 only in Australia)
  • Only non- producing project in Australia Licenced to be brought into production
  • 9 months until production compared with the ave of 7-10 years from green field exploration to production

Infrastructure

Infrastructure

  • $170m plant exists, successfully operated and in good condition
  • US$10M to restart plant to produce 880Klbs pa
  • US$58M to expand production to 2Mlbs
  • U$78M optionality to expand production to 3.2Mlbs in Year 4+

Low Opex

Low Opex

  • Uranium demand and prices expected to increase
  • Expanded plant AISC of <US$24/Ib
  • Operating Costs C1 of <U$16/Ib
  • Lowest cost quartile of world-wide producers

Target

Resource Target

  • Significant exploration target 100M Ib U3O8
  • 63.3M Ib U3O8 JORC Resource
  • Huge 80+ km potentially mineralised strike
  • 2,600km² under explored uranium province

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Team

  • Chairman / MD / Marketing ex- Kalahari Minerals / Extract Resources which was subject to a $2.2B takeover and a $2.8B Husab Uranium mine build

Boss Resources Limited

Boss Resources has one of a few uranium projects ready to participate in the early stages of a new bull market; it truly is a product for this time. Against a backdrop of strengthening uranium prices, the Company has been proactively identifying, addressing, and positioning the Honeymoon Project to be Australia’s next producer of up to 3.2M lbs per annum.

Honeymoon is unique in that it is a fully permitted uranium operation with $170M of established infrastructure, a plant under care and maintenance, in good condition, that has produced and exported uranium from the safe jurisdiction of South Australia; where it holds approved Heritage and Native Title mining agreements.

Honeymoon can be fast tracked into production in a short 12-month time span so as to seize upon improved market fundamentals as uranium prices rise. The increased production through the addition of the ion exchange plant which will take approximately 24 months to construct and commission, with the timing dependent on the delivery schedule for the columns with which there is a significant upside potential.

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