June 04, 2023

Matthew Schwab of Kraken Energy Discusses the Harts Point Uranium Project Acquisition in the US

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In this InvestorIntel interview, Jack Lifton talks with Kraken Energy Corp.’s (CSE: UUSA | OTCQB: UUSAF) CEO and Director Matthew Schwab about how Kraken is reviving past producing uranium mines to set up domestic uranium production in the United States.

Speaking about Kraken’s high-calibre team with extensive uranium expertise, Matthew provides an update on their recent agreement to acquire up to 75% interest in the Harts Point Uranium Property in southeast Utah, USA.

Rather than seeking new discoveries, Matthew says that Kraken is looking to exploit resources with near-surface mineralization that were taken out of production due to the removal of incentives by the US government in the late 1950s and 1960s. Matthew believes that they can move these projects towards production in a shorter timeframe in the US than in other jurisdictions.

The interview also touches on the issue of the US’ dependence on foreign uranium, despite having a significant number of nuclear power reactors, and the need for domestic production.

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About Kraken Energy Corp.

Kraken Energy Corp. (CSE: UUSA | OTCQB: UUSAF) is a new energy company advancing its portfolio of high-grade uranium properties in the United States. The Company is advancing its 100%-owned Apex Uranium Property, located 280 km (174 miles) east of Reno, Nevada which is recognized as Nevada’s largest past-producing uranium mine. The Company has additionally entered into an option agreement to earn 100% of the Garfield Hills Uranium Property. The past-producing Garfield Hills Uranium Property covers 1,238 ha (3,060 acres) and is located 19 km (12 miles) east of Hawthorne in Mineral County, Nevada. The Company has also recently staked the Huber Hills Uranium Property, located 136 km (85 miles) north of Elko, Nevada which covers 1,044 ha (2,580 acres) and encompasses the historic Race Track open pit mine.

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