Homeland Energy Group Operations in Niger

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Homeland Uranium Inc. was formed in 2006, as a wholly owned subsidiary of Homeland Energy Group.[1] Homeland Uranium Inc. fully owns eight exploration concessions in the Arlit region of Niger, which it acquired in 2007 through their Nigerien subsidiary company Uranium International Limited Niger.[2]

The concessions amount to 3,730 square kilometres in total.[3] The concessions make up two uranium projects in Agelal and Asekr, both of which are situated within the Tim Mersoi sedimentary basin.[3] Exploratory drilling began in 2009 within Homeland Uranium's concessions.[4] In 2010, Homeland Uranium Inc. announced that it had been officially awarded an extension of 27 months on all eight of its uranium exploration licenses in Niger to take the licenses through to 2013.[2]

References

  1. "Profile" Homeland Uranium Inc., retrieved 9 April 2012.
  2. 2.0 2.1 "Homeland is Awarded License Extension in Niger and Identifies Massive Uranium Targets in Recent Field Program" Homeland Uranium Inc., retrieved 9 April 2012.
  3. 3.0 3.1 "Assets: Niger" Homeland Uranium Inc., retrieved 9 April 2012.
  4. "Homeland Uranium Inc. Begins Drill Program in Niger" Homeland Uranium Inc., retrieved 9 April 2012.