Uranium landholdings: patented land, unpatented mining claims and State land in Arizona, Colorado, and Utah.
Anfield has 4.6 Mlbs M&I uranium resource*
Anfield has 2.2 Mlbs of historic uranium resource**
* 2016 PEA. The PEA completed for Velvet-Wood has been authored by Douglas L. Beahm, P.E., P.G. Principal Engineer, of BRS Inc., Terence P. (Terry) McNulty, P.E., D. Sc., of T.P. McNulty and Associates Inc.
** Anfield is not treating the Frank M historical estimate as current mineral resources or mineral reserves. A qualified person has not yet done sufficient work to classify the historical estimate as current mineral resources or mineral reserves. This historical resource estimate was developed based on analysis of radiometric data from 838 historic holes and chemical assay from 17 historic core holes. The historical estimate also utilizes nine additional core holes that were drilled in 2007 to provide data verification and equilibrium evaluation. The grade thickness contour method was used to develop the resource estimates, evaluating grade thicknesses ranging from 0.10 to 1.00. The results are based on a grade thickness of 0.25.(Source: Frank M Uranium Project, 43-101 Mineral Resource Report, Garfield County, Utah USA; Author: BRS, Inc.; Date: 8/10/2008.)
Disclaimer: Anfield is not treating the historical estimates reported on this website as current mineral resources or mineral reserves. A qualified person has not done sufficient work to classify the historical estimates as current mineral resources or mineral reserves. See“Summary of Uranium One Conventional Uranium Asset Transaction” for more information regarding the status of the properties described in this section.