Anfield Resources Inc.


Top-tier energy-related fuels supplier

Anfield Resources Inc. (ARY:TSXV) 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.

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Strategic Mineral Projects

  • Anfield’s Uranium assets includes mining claims and state leases in southeastern Utah and Arizona totalling 11,000 acres, targeting areas where past uranium mining or prospecting occurred within a potential shipping radius to the White Mesa Mill, the only operating conventional uranium mill in the US.
  • The Binghampton Copper Queen (BCQ) project, located 27 km southeast of Prescott, Arizona, and within the Arizona VMS Belt, consists of 2,032 hectares of both patented and State land, with two past-producing mines on the property.
  • The North Star Copper Project, located less than 50 miles northwest of Tucson, consisting of 200 mining claims covering approximately 4,000 acres, targets relatively shallow oxide copper at the historic North Star site in the heart of copper country in southern Arizona.
  • The Aura Project, 20 miles east of Copiapo, consisting of eight mining concessions totalling over 2,800 acres, is a nascent copper production operation in Atacama, Chile, one of world’s foremost copper producing regions.

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Corey Dias Anfield Resources CEO Corey Dias, “What differentiates us from other junior uranium companies is that we have a mill, one of only three mills in the United States, we have both conventional and ISR properties and we have a processing agreement and the ability to borrow material from Uranium One.”

In love and war timing is everything, and that particularly applies to mining. Anfield Resources, a Canadian-based U.S. energy company made timing its priority when it went into the uranium business and now it stands to benefit accordingly as the uranium cycle starts to drive uranium prices.

Anfield, (TSX-V: ARY, OTCQB: ANLDF & Frankfurt: OAD) has 109.4 million shares issued and a 52 week range of $0.05-$0.31. The company motto, “The right projects in the right place at the right time,” may very well turn out to be true. As of June 15, 2017 Anfield shares were trading at $0.075 and the market cap was $8.21 million.

One of the factors that differentiates uranium mining is that prices are largely driven by the uranium cycle, the ten year production contracts used to guarantee supply for nuclear reactors in order to provide a stable electricity grid. Many of those contracts are coming up for renewal.

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