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October 5, 2012
14:43 EDTURGUR-Energy receives approval from BLM for plan of operation for Lost Creek
Ur-Energy announced the receipt of the Record of Decision from the Bureau of Land Management approving the Plan of Operations for the company's Lost Creek uranium in-situ recovery project in Wyoming. The ROD represents the final regulatory step needed by the company to initiate construction and production operations at the project site. The company said facility construction will start this month at the Lost Creek Project site. During the next six to nine months, the company will invest $30M-$40M dollars in the project, located in Sweetwater County, Wyoming. First production from Lost Creek is forecast for early summer of 2013. The project is currently expected to produce more than seven million pounds of uranium yellowcake at a designed rate of one million pounds per year.
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April 13, 2015
06:05 EDTURGUR-Energy reports 192,300 lbs of U3O8 captured in Q1
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April 10, 2015
17:28 EDTURGUR-Energy CEO Wayne Heili to leave, effective May 1
Ur-Energy announced Wayne Heili, its President and CEO, will be departing the company. Current Board Chair and Executive Director, Jeffrey Klenda, will assume the role of acting CEO. The company also announced that it will hold its annual shareholders meeting on May 28, and the nominated directors include a new independent director, Gary Huber. Heili's current employment agreement with the company will expire on May 1, and his employment will conclude following completion of that term. Klenda is well-suited to assume the role of acting CEO as he co-founded the company in 2004 and has served as the Chair and Executive Director since 2006.

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