Big Picture – A Deep Dive Examination of Anfield Energy Inc.
Anfield Energy Inc. Snapshot
Anfield Resources Inc. is a uranium development and near-term production company that is committed to becoming a top-tier energy-related fuels supplier by creating value through sustainable, efficient growth in its energy metals assets. With the recent acquisition of 24 uranium projects in Wyoming, along with a Resin Processing Agreement, to complement its existing conventional uranium mill and near-term production assets, Anfield is well positioned to benefit from the growing global demand for energy. Anfield is listed on the TSX-Venture Exchange (ARY-V), the OTCQB (ANLDF) and the Frankfurt Stock Exchange (0AD).
Anfield’s team is comprised of a dynamic group of industry professionals whose vast experience in both the resource and finance sectors is complementary to their resourcefulness, creativity, and unrelenting focus on Anfield becoming a leading uranium development and production company.
Anfield’s intent is twofold: 1) to advance its Wyoming properties in order to leverage the Resin Processing Agreement between Anfield and Uranium One; and 2) to restart its Shootaring Canyon Mill in Utah to process nearby uranium resources. As well, the potential development of vanadium assets is being evaluated.
SHOOTARING CANYON MILL
Anfield Resources Inc. acquired the Shootaring Canyon Mill from Uranium One in 2015.
- Located approximately 48 miles (77 kilometers) south of Hanksville, Utah.
- One of three licensed conventional uranium mills in the United States.
- Conventional acid-leach facility licensed to process up to 750 tons of ore per day.
- Built in 1980; commenced operations in 1982 and operated for approximately 6 months; ceased operations due to depressed price of uranium.
- During its period of operation, it produced and sold 27,825 pounds of U3O8.
- Surface stockpiles at the facility include an estimate of 370,000 pounds of U3O8 at an average grade of 0.147%.*
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- Uranium landholdings: patented land, unpatented mining claims and State land in Arizona, Colorado, and Utah.
- Anfield has 4.6 Mlbs M&I uranium resource*
- Anfield has 2.2 Mlbs of historic uranium resource**
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Corey Dias, CEO & Director – Mr. Dias brings to the role of CEO a wealth of capital markets experience, accumulated over his ten years on both the buy-side and the sell-side of the market. Mr. Dias began his capital markets career in institutional equity research at CIBC in 2003 and gained further sell-side experience with other boutique investment firms in Toronto. In addition, Mr. Dias was a Vice President at Fortress Investment Group – a major U.S.-based hedge fund – where he was involved in the management of a $400 million investment portfolio. Finally, Mr. Dias was a management consultant at The Monitor Group – a U.S.-based strategy consulting firm – in Stockholm, where he gained invaluable experience in identifying and resolving issues faced by executive management at multinational corporations in various industries.
Mr. Dias holds a Master of Business Administration from the Richard Ivey School of Business at the University of Western Ontario.
Joshua Bleak, Director – Mr. Bleak is a fourth‐generation miner from an Arizona mining family that has developed gold, silver, copper and uranium properties throughout the southwestern United States. He is currently the President and CEO of Passport Potash, a publicly traded Canadian potash exploration company. He was previously President of American Energy Fields, Inc., a U.S. publicly‐traded uranium company. Currently he serves as a director for a number of Canadian junior mining exploration companies and is President of North American Environmental Corp., a consulting company specializing in mining project management, permitting, lobbying and land tenure.
Jim Rasmussen, Director – Mr. Rasmussen has over 40 years of mining-related experience. The development of his expertise in the uranium industry began while with Energy Fuels Nuclear, Inc. in 1977. Most recently, Mr. Rasmussen served as the Manager of Exploration for Uranium One Americas, where he executed and oversaw the evaluation, exploration and development of underground and surface mineable uranium deposits.
Mr. Rasmussen’s U.S.-based exploration experience in both base and precious metals includes serving as a general manager for an exploration service company and working as a contract geologist for ASARCO. Mr. Rasmussen has also operated an underground gold mine development project in Honduras, and has worked on mining project evaluations in Panama and Peru.
Steve Butrenchuk, Director – Mr. Butrenchuk is a P.Geo. registered in the Province of British Columbia with over 44 years of experience in mineral exploration, including project evaluation and management. His experience has included the exploration for precious and base metal, tungsten, uranium and industrial mineral deposits throughout Canada, United States, Chile and Peru. Mr. Butrenchuk is presently a Director of Oxford Resources Inc. and Goldstar Minerals Inc. and is a former President and CEO of Pacific Potash Corp., Passport Potash Inc. and Gold Ridge Exploration Corp.
Don Falconer, Director – Mr. Falconer has over 35 years of experience in the uranium and nuclear utility sectors. His experience in the private sector includes positions with a number of prominent uranium companies, including Southern Cross Resources (the predecessor of Uranium One), Uranium One and Aurora Energy Services, where he focused primarily on uranium marketing and sales. In addition, Mr. Falconer has over 16 years of Board experience with publicly traded companies in various roles, including Energy Fuels (Director), Southern Cross Resources (Director and Corporate Secretary) and AusAmerican Mining (Chairman and Director). Finally, Mr. Falconer spent 7 of his 20 years with Ontario Hydro in its Nuclear Division.
Toby Wright, Director – Mr. Wright, a registered geologist, has over 20 years of environmental consulting experience, along with experience in project and program management for mining-related environmental and regulatory programs. In 1994, he served as lead hydrogeologist for Western Nuclear Inc.’s Split Rock uranium mill reclamation project. Since then, Mr. Wright’s experience included his role as the U.S. Department of Energy’s Technical Assistance Contract Manager for the Moab UMTRA project and his position as Environmental Manager for the Conventional Mining Group of Uranium One Americas. In 2010, Mr. Wright formed Wright Environmental Services Inc. to service mining clients throughout the western U.S. in the area of applied hydrology related to mining and milling projects.
Mr. Wright holds a Master of Geotechnical Engineering from Colorado State University.