Laramide is a Canadian company engaged in the exploration and development of high-quality uranium assets based in Australia and the United States. The Company is co-listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX) and the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) under the symbol "LAM".
Laramide provides investors with exposure to uranium assets through its portfolio of projects chosen for their production potential and location in safe and politically stable jurisdictions, including the advanced Churchrock ISR Project in the United States, Westmoreland in Australia and two development stage assets, La Sal and La Jara Mesa, in the United States. Within the portfolio are also joint ventures in Australia and strategic equity positions.
Laramide’s advanced stage portfolio of high-quality In Situ Recovery (“ISR”) projects in New Mexico are principally comprised of the Churchrock and Crownpoint projects, in addition to nearby assets. Please visit our Projects section for more information.
Laramide’s Westmoreland Uranium Project is located in Queensland, Australia, adjacent to the Northern Territory border. The Westmoreland Project tenements are contiguous and are located as a group approximately 400 kilometres north-northwest of Mt Isa. Laramide’s wholly owned subsidiary, Tackle Resources Pty Ltd, owns 100% of Westmoreland, and continues to advance the project through drilling programs, updated resource estimates, environmental studies and metallurgical studies. The Westmoreland Project has an Indicated Mineral Resource totalling 36.0 million pounds of uranium (U3O8) contained in 18.7 million tonnes at an average grade of 0.089% U3O8 and a further Inferred Mineral Resource totalling 15.9 million pounds of uranium contained in 9.0 million tonnes at an average grade of 0.083% U3O8.