GoviEx Uranium Inc. (CSE: GXU) is a Canadian mineral resource company whose principal objective is to become a significant uranium producer through the continued exploration and development of its Madaouela Project and its other uranium properties in Niger; Toshiba Corporation and Cameco Corporation are major shareholders of GoviEx, according to their website (see here: www.GoviEx.com). SNNLive spoke with Daniel Major, CEO of GoviEx Uranium Inc. at the Sprott Stansberry Natural Resource Symposium 2015 in Vancouver, BC.
Mr. Major begins with an overview of the Company, “GoviEx has got a large uranium project in Niger. Niger is the fourth largest producer of Uranium in the world – been doing it since the 1970s. We have a project right next to Areva’s two mining operations; 138 million pounds in the ground – we’ve taken that all the way through to feasibility study. We filed our ESIA and had that approved. We filed our mining permit and we’re waiting for that by the end of the year. So, GoviEx has really set itself up over the last 3-4 years of really being prepared for when the cycle turns to be able to build a major uranium project.”
Mr. Major continues with discussion of the geopolitical landscape in the Uranium market, how this affects GoviEx and their game plan moving forward, and his background. Since speaking with Mr. Major, the Company has made the following announcements:
For more information about GoviEx Uranium Inc., go to: www.GoviEx.com
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