December 01, 2022

Dev Randhawa on the uranium market and Fission’s US$10 million credit facility with Sprott

“The spot price has shot up and reason the spot price has shot up is that for too long utilities have been counting on the short term market for their supply of uranium and suddenly with closures at Cigar Lake, in Africa, and we might see more, 54% of world’s supply disappeared overnight.” States Dev Randhawa, Chairman and CEO of Fission Uranium Corp. (TSX: FCU | OTCQX: FCUUF), in an interview with InvestorIntel’s Tracy Weslosky.

Dev went on to provide an update on Fission’s US$10 million credit facility with Sprott. Dev said, “We are very excited to have Sprott onside. Not will it just give us a bigger runway to see what happens with spot price but also have support of the likes of Rick Rule in the open market to the wisdom of Peter Grosskopf…This is very smart money, very intellegent money who have all sorts of arms to help you move forward in your corporate plans.”

Fission’s Triple R Project is located in the Athabasca Basin region in Saskatchewan, which is one the best jurisdictions in the world to have a mining project. Dev said, “You cannot put a price on jurisdiction. Just ask some people who had their mines taken…All of Canada’s uranium comes from one spot which is the Athabasca. They have got 60 years of mining experience…They want the industry so they work with you.”

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