Addressing delegates at the Australian Uranium Conference held in Fremantle yesterday, Mega project development vice president Peter McNally said the company was actively looking for new opportunities and joint ventures with Western Australian and Queensland mining companies.
"We think it makes sense to do that and think the success of the business will depend on that," he said at the conference.
The Toronto-listed company is already in a JV deal with Japan Australia Uranium Resources Development (JAURD) and Itochu Corporation over its Lake Maitland resource in Western Australia.
Earlier this year, Mega sold a 35% share in Lake Maitland - one of the larger undeveloped uranium resources in Australia - to JAURD and Itochu for $US49 million ($A60 million).
JAURD represents three Japanese utilities and has experience with the Australian uranium market, including an investment in Energy Resources of Australia's Ranger uranium mine (sold in 2005), while Itochu is involved with a number of commodities including uranium trading.
McNally hopes Lake Maitland will be in production by 2011.
"We have got the capital and we have got a well developed strategy to put it place," he said.
"It is just the beginning for us. It is the beginning for our joint venture partners and we think it is an achievable start.
"We will have three projects in six years."
Last month, Mega upped the resources at its Lake Maitland to 25.2Mlb of uranium.
The company is looking at using an alkaline leach process at the deposit, part of the Goldfields region in WA.