ranerz Energy Corporation (URZ) – an Emerging Growth Company

Uranerz Energy Corporation has an experienced team of mining personnel, many of whom are former officers, senior management and employees of the original Uranerz Exploration and Mining Limited and related companies (the “Uranerz Group”). The Company also has an advisory board that consists entirely of ex- Uranerz Group professionals. The Uranerz Group was the world’s third largest uranium producer when it was acquired in 1998 by Cameco, the world’s largest primary uranium producer.

Uranerz Energy Corporation has expertise in the in-situ recovery mining method. Their management team has direct experience in licensing, designing, constructing or operating seven separate in-situ recovery uranium mines located in Wyoming, Texas, Nebraska, and Kazakhstan.

Uranerz Energy Corporation is growing and expanding rapidly. It was in July of 2005 that management was able to get its corporate name changed to “Uranerz”, a corporate identity most of them had worked with before. This management team has the experience, the contacts, the ability, the competency and the desire to build Uranerz into a significant producer of uranium.


Uranerz Energy Corporation (URZ) Receives Final Clearance From The Nuclear Regulatory Commission

 Uranerz Energy Corporation is pleased to announce that it has commenced uranium mining operations at its wholly-owned Nichols Ranch ISR Uranium Project, located in the Powder River Basin of Wyoming, U.S.A., after receiving final clearance from the Nuclear Regulatory Commission.

Cantor Points a Potential Upside of 25.75% for Uranerz Energy (URZ)

Stock analysts at Cantor Fitzgerald lifted their target price

Uranerz (URZ) Receives $20 Million In Funding To Begin Production At Nichols Ranch

Uranerz Energy Corp. announced Tuesday it closed on a $20 million state loan, paving the way for the Casper-based uranium mining firm to begin production at its Nichols Ranch in northeast Wyoming.

The financing was secured through the Wyoming Industrial Development Revenue Bond program. The loan carries a 5.75 percent interest rate and is scheduled to be fully repaid within seven years.