December 08, 2022

Blue Sky Uranium’s CEO on competitive uranium production costs


“We did put out some news and basically it is our plans for the next six months going forward which talks about expanding and commencing exploration program on three different targets to potentially find additional deposits and to grow the current deposits that we have. That really builds what we have done in last just over two months basically… We are extremely pleased with the [PEA] results that we got. The two real key factors to zero in on these results are, 1. that our CAPEX costs are estimated under $130 million, that’s a very very low cost for construction to go into production for a type of mine as large as Ivana will be. Second of all is the production cost, the All-In-Sustaining-Cost is just over $18 a pound of uranium. It basically (if was in production today), it would rank it amongst the absolute lowest cost producers on the planet.” States Nikolaos Cacos, President, CEO and Director of Blue Sky Uranium Corp. (TSXV: BSK | OTCQB: BKUCF), in an interview with InvestorIntel’s Tracy Weslosky.

Nikolaos went on to explain that the market is about to witness significant uranium demand because of a shortage of uranium supplies. Nikolaos also talked about Blue Sky’s recent pit sampling results from the Ivana Uranium-Vanadium deposit which indicate the potential for further expansion.

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