Honeymoon is fully permitted, with $170M of established infrastructure already in place, including a well-maintained plant currently under care and maintenance. South Australia is a Tier-1 mining jurisdiction, with established export pathways to international energy markets.
Boss has a current Resource base of 71.6Mlb of contained U3O8 at Honeymoon and holds a large inventory of 1.25 million pounds of physical uranium which has been stockpiled to provide off-take flexibility and de-risk contract delivery during the project’s commissioning phase.
In parallel with its project re-start activities, Boss also has an active exploration program underway aimed at expanding its existing Resource base and making new discoveries.
Boss has a best-in-class development and operational team, with a proven track record in the uranium industry.
The Company has a strong commitment to sustainability, utilising in-situ recovery to lower energy requirements, reduce carbon emissions and minimise ground disturbance.
The Honeymoon Project is a fully permitted, restart mine. Boss is targeting first production in Q4 2023, making it Australia’s next uranium producer.
Outstanding FS results, based on a conservative uranium price, position Honeymoon as one of the world’s most advanced uranium development projects with low capital intensity. Read the Honeymoon Enhanced Feasibility Study.
Boss is perfectly placed to capitalise on a strengthening uranium market with an existing plant and mine in a tier-one location with low costs and strong financial returns
In March 2021 Boss Energy Ltd purchased 1.25 million pounds of uranium on the spot market at an average price of US$30.15 per pound. This acquisition was funded by a A$60m share placement. The uranium is stored at a conversion facility in North America.
The acquisition of the strategic uranium inventory has provided several significant benefits for Boss, including:
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