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    Honeymoon Project Summary

    Boss Resources (ASX:BOE) recently acquired the Honeymoon Uranium Project in South Australia.  The project is one of only four fully permitted uranium projects in Australia. Approximately $170m has been spent on infrastructure at the project. TSI initiates coverage on Boss with a valuation of $0.14 / share.  There is further upside in the share price given the significant exploration upside that could lead

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    Valuation Analysis

    Financial Analysis of Boss to determine our base case valuation. Explain reasons for the key assumptions used to determining our valuation, including: Uranium Price; Mine life; Exploration valuation (peer analysis); and Sensitivity Analysis

    • August

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    Investment Analysis

    Identify the key drivers for our valuation and future share price catalysts, including; Infrastructure & intangible asset; Uranium price; Exploration; and Increase production potential.

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    Risk Assessment

    Analysis of the key risk we associate with a potential investment in Boss, including: Operational; Price – uranium; Political; and Finance.

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    Honeymoon Uranium Project

    The Honeymoon Uranium Project is located in South Australia. The Project was put into care & maintenance during 2013 due to the fall in the uranium price post the Fukashima disaster. Approximately $170m was spent on infrastructure at the Project which remains in excellent condition. The SX facility has a current production capacity is 880,000 lbs pa.

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    Honeymoon vs Kazakhstan

    Kazakhstan is the largest producer of uranium globally producing 50Mlbs / annum. The majority of uranium production in Kazakhstan is from ISL mining. We interview Dr Marat Abzalov to compare and contrast the differences between Honeymoon and Kazakhstan ISL assets. Dr Abzalov has extensive experience in the ISL industry and was previously Head of Exploration for Rio Tinto Eurasia, with a

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