Investment Case

Global Atomic provides a unique combination of high grade uranium development and cash flow from a recycling facility that produces zinc concentrate.

A tier 1 deposit modelled at US$35/lb U3O8: Dasa Uranium
  • Highest grade deposit ex-Athabasca, with Phase 1 Mine plan life-of-mine average grade 0.54% U3O8, approximately 6x the grade of other ex-Athabasca deposits
  • 100% owned by Global Atomic
  • A large deposit with global resources in excess of 250 Mlbs U3O8 opened up by the Phase 1 Mine
  • Open along strike, with significant exploration potential in the tenement area
  • Phase 1 Mine plan to produce 44 Mlbs U3O8 at cash costs of US$16.72/lb and AISC of US$18.39/lb


Republic of Niger and MOU with Orano
  • Republic of Niger producing uranium continuously since 1971
  • Favourable permitting environment
  • MOU with Orano including potential to truck ore as an early development option


Cash flow from recycling steel dust to produce zinc oxide concentrate: Befesa Silvermet JV
  • New Waelz Kiln operated by Befesa S.A, owned 49% by Global Atomic
  • Annual throughput capacity 110,000tpa to produce 60 million pounds of zinc
  • JV partner, Befesa S.A, world leader in dust recycling


Non-dilutive, shareholder-focused strategy


As at August 12, 2021 the outstanding common shares, stock options and share purchase warrants are:

Common Shares outstanding 163,624,283

Stock Options 13,143,182

Warrants 3,500,000

Fully diluted shares outstanding 180,267,465

  • cash flowing BST is a financial tool to assist Dasa development