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Elevate Uranium on the rise as it progresses advanced projects

Explorer active in Namibia and Australia

Elevate Uranium

It's "a very exciting time to be in the uranium industry," according to Elevate Uranium managing director and CEO Murray Hill, with the spot price up sharply and the explorer rapidly advancing its discoveries in Namibia and projects in Australia.

Hill is one of the presenters at the inaugural MiningNews Select Sydney 2024.

ABOUT THIS COMPANY
Elevate Uranium

Elevate Uranium is a uranium exploration company that has significant resources in Namibia and Australia and is making new discoveries through active exploration programs.

HEAD OFFICE: Suite 2, 5 Ord St, West Perth WA 6005

TEL: +61 8 6555 1816

EMAIL: info@elevateuranium.com.au

WEB: https://www.elevateuranium.com.au/

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DIRECTORS: 

  • Andrew Bantock
  • Murray Hill
  • Stephen Mann

QUOTED SHARES ON ISSUE: 

308 million

MARKET CAP (at January, 2024): 

A$165 million

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