America’s Clean Energy Company™

Providing fuel for nuclear energy in the United States.
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enCore Energy Corp., America’s Clean Energy Company™, is committed to providing clean, reliable, and affordable fuel for nuclear energy as the only United States uranium producer with multiple production facilities in operation. The enCore team is led by industry experts with extensive knowledge and experience in all aspects of In-Situ Recovery (“ISR”) uranium operations and the nuclear fuel cycle. enCore solely utilizes ISR for uranium extraction, a well-known and proven technology co-developed by the leaders at enCore Energy.

Following upon enCore’s demonstrated production success in South Texas, future projects in enCore’s production pipeline include the Dewey-Burdock project in South Dakota and the Gas Hills project in Wyoming. The Company holds other assets including significant New Mexico resources, non-core assets and proprietary databases. enCore is committed to working with local communities and indigenous governments to create positive impact from corporate developments.


A Proven Track Record in
the Uranium Sector

Successful South Texas Production Ramp Up

South Texas Rosita CPP in production as of November 2023 and Alta Mesa CPP in production as of June 2024. Kingsville Dome CPP fully permitted and on standby.

Significant Resources

NI43-101 compliant resources are listed below: Total indicated Mineral Resources 74.42 million pounds U3O8 Total Inferred Mineral Resources 26.47 million pounds U3O8 (does not include historic resources of 59.30 million pounds U3O8)2

In-Situ Recovery Technology

Proven economical and environmentally responsible uranium extraction

Industry Leading Experts

Leading expertise in financing, development, production and reclamation

Uranium Sales Strategy

Supported by 6 sales contracts while preserving exposure to spot market

Non-Core Asset Strategy

While investing in PFN technology and benefitting from exclusive mineral databases

Perfectly positioned for long-term growth.

enCore’s production opportunities are created from our producing South Texas Rosita ISR Central Processing Plant (CPP) and Alta Mesa Central Processing Plant (CPP) with strategic focus to expand feed from multiple satellite projects. The changing global uranium supply/demand outlook combined with a need for the expansion of nuclear energy provides opportunities for enCore’s growth. Our advanced staged Dewey-Burdock project and the Gas Hills project add to the large uranium resource endowments in New Mexico, creating an outstanding asset base for long term growth and development opportunities.


South Texas Central Processing Plants

Production capacity of up to 3.6 Mlbs per year. Production commenced in 2023 at the Rosita CPP (with multiple satellite feed sources) and in 2024 at the Alta Mesa CPP


Dewey-Burdock Project

The 100% owned Dewey-Burdock Uranium Project is located in South Dakota’s Edgemont Uranium District.


Gas Hills Project

The 100% owned project is located in the historic Gas Hills uranium district situated 45 miles east of Riverton, Wyoming.


Crownpoint & Hosta Butte Project

Large sandstone-hosted uranium deposits with potential for low cost In-Situ Recovery (ISR) extraction.


In-Situ Recovery (ISR)

enCore Energy and its team of industry experts are focused on advancing In-Situ Recovery (‘ISR’) uranium operations. ISR technology is utilized at the Company’s South Texas production facilities, resulting in a lower cost and environmentally friendly method of uranium extraction.


The Benefits of Nuclear

Nuclear power—the nation’s largest source of carbon-free electricity—is an essential part of the U.S. clean energy portfolio. Nuclear generates nearly 20 percent of U.S. electricity and nearly 55 percent of our emissions-free generation, more than all other sources combined.





In-Situ Recovery.
The lower cost and environmentally friendly
method of uranium extraction.

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1 Mineral resource estimates are based on technical reports prepared pursuant to NI 43-101 and available on SEDAR as well as company website at

2 A Qualified Person (as defined in NI 43-101) has not done sufficient work to classify the historical estimate as a current mineral resource. Additional work will be required to verify and update historical estimates, including a review of assumptions, parameters, methods and testing. Historical estimates do not use the current mineral resources categories prescribed under NI 43-101. enCore is not treating the historical estimate as a current mineral resource and it should not be relied upon.