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DENISON MINES CORP. -
Production>> The McClean Lake Facility -
The McClean Lake Facility -
The JEB Tailings Management Facility
Ore feed to McClean Mill
McClean Lake Deposits
The McClean Lake Joint Venture -
also owns several uranium deposits -
At the JEB and Sue C deposits -
the Joint Venture has mined and stockpiled -
over 41 million pounds, a sufficient amount -
of ore to feed the McClean mill -
until into 2006.
Mining is recommencing in 2005 -
with the Sue A deposit -
which will be completely mined
in the year, followed by mining
of the Sue E deposit -
The remaining known deposits -
including McClean North -
and Caribou -
are expected to be mined -
over the next three years.
Production and Development>> White Mesa Mill
The White Mesa Mill -
The White Mesa mill is a fully licensed uranium mill with a
vanadium co-product recovery circuit.
It is located in rural southeastern Utah, near the town of
Blanding in San Juan County. Access is by state highway.
The mill has been in operation for over 25 years since
its startup in 1980.
The climate and geology in the area are ideal for receiving,
processing and permanently disposing of radioactive materials.
Construction of the White Mesa mill started in 1979, and
conventionally mined uranium mineralized material was
first processed in May 1980.
The mill cost $40 million to construct. With inflation, more
stringent permitting requirements, and the lack of suitable
sites, the cost of constructing a facility such as
the White Mesa mill, if possible, would be considerably more
than that amount today.
Production>> Marketing -
Denison's Uranium Marketing Arrangements -
Presentations>> Video -
Denison Mines Corp.
(DML-TSX)(DNN - AMEX) is a diversified, growth-oriented,
intermediate uranium producer.
With 5 active uranium mining projects in North America
(3 in the U.S. and 2 in Canada), Denison expects estimated
production of 5 million lbs of U3O8 by 2010.
The company was formed through the combination of the business
and operations of Denison Mines Inc. and International
Uranium Corporation on December 1, 2006.
Denison’s assets include an interest in 2 of the 4 licensed
and operating uranium mills in North America, with its
100% ownership of the White Mesa mill in Utah and
its 22.5% ownership of the McClean Lake mill in Saskatchewan.
Both mills are fully permitted, operating and undergoing
The share of the combined licensed annual milling capacity
is expected to be 10.7 million lbs in 2007.
Denison enjoys a global portfolio of world-class exploration
projects, including properties in close proximity to the
company’s mills in the Athabasca Basin in Saskatchewan
and in the Colorado Plateau, Henry Mountain and Arizona
Strip regions of the Southwestern United States.
Denison also has high potential exploration properties
in Mongolia and, indirectly through its investments,
Denison is the manager of Uranium Participation Corporation
(U-T), a publicly traded company which invests in uranium
oxide in concentrates and uranium hexafluoride.
Denison is also engaged in mine decommissioning and
environmental services through its
Denison Environmental Services (DES) division.
Denison is a Canadian public company whose securities trade on -
the Toronto Stock Exchange (www.tsx.com).
Its common shares trade under the symbol “DML”
and its warrants trade under the symbols “DML.WT”
History of Denison Mines Corp. -
International Uranium Corporation (IUC) and Denison Mines Inc.
(DMI) completed a plan of arrangement on December 1, 2006,
which effectively combined the businesses of the two companies.
Under the arrangement, DMI became a subsidiary of IUC
and shareholders of DMI received 2.88 shares of IUC
for every DMI share held.
IUC changed its name to Denison Mines Corp.
Denison Environmental Services, a division of
Denison Mines Inc.,
offers expertise in mine decommissioning
and effluent treatment.
Denison is the manager of Uranium Participation Corporation,
a company that invests in, holds and sells U3O8 and UF6.
The Company owns a 22.5% interest in
The McClean Lake Uranium Mine -
and facility and a 25.17% interest in
The Midwest Project -
in northern Saskatchewan, and is actively
engaged in exploration activities in
Canada's Athabasca Basin and in Mongolia.
It is engaged in mine decommissioning
and environmental services through its
Denison Environmental Services division
and provides management services to
Uranium Participation Corporation.
Denison Mines Corp.
Atrium on Bay
595 Bay Street, Suite 402
Denison's Offices -
DE:A0LFYS Denison Mines Corp (Frankfurt) -
XE:A0LFYS Denison Mines Corp (Xetra) -
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