CEO Peter Dasler Explains Why CanAlaska Uranium’s Projects Will Excel in 2019
CanAlaska Uranium Ltd (TSXV: CVV – $0.29 & OTC: CVVUF – $0.21 & Fra: DH7N – €0.18) holds interests in over 150,000 hectares in Canada’s Athabasca Basin region, the so-called “Saudi Arabia of Uranium,” because of the energy contained in the many large and high grade uranium deposits in the Basin. Moreover, the Company owns two projects in the well-known Thompson Nickel Belt, the world’s 5th largest nickel district.
With uranium markets bound to do very well, and nickel in ever higher demand for electric vehicle batteries, it’s clear that CanAlaska Uranium offers a strong investment opportunity.
Mr. Dasler first provides plenty of details on the Company’s key uranium project, West McArthur. The property is located right next to Cameco Corporation’s world leading McArthur River uranium deposit, and is being developed in cooperation with Cameco. The two joint venture partners have recently agreed on the 2019 work program for West McArthur that will focus on extending the footprint of the three uranium mineralized discovery holes completed in 2017 and 2018. The interview also touches upon CanAlaska’s Cree East and Northwest Manitoba uranium projects.
Mr. Dasler shares his interesting views on the uranium market. He explains why he feels that the atomic fuel’s price could easily double in 2019. The CEO furthermore provides details on why nickel, that is being used in electric vehicle batteries, is in demand, and will continue to do well in the foreseeable future.
The interview also takes a look at the Company’s high potential Manibridge nickel project and the first work that will be conducted on it in over 15 years.
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