Becoming the leading American uranium
ISR producer.

enCore Energy

A Proven Track Record in the Uranium Sector

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enCore Energy, the most diversified U.S. domestic uranium developer is focused on becoming a leading ISR uranium producer. The enCore team is led by industry experts with extensive knowledge and experience in all aspects of ISR uranium operations and the nuclear fuel cycle. enCore’s initial opportunities are created from enCore’s licensed and past-producing South Texas-located Rosita and Kingsville Dome ISR production facilities, under development, and multiple satellite projects in South Texas plus the changing global uranium supply/demand outlook and opportunities for industry consolidation. The advanced staged Dewey Burdock project in South Dakota and the Gas Hills project in Wyoming add to the large uranium resource endowments in New Mexico creating an outstanding asset base for long term growth and development opportunities with approximately 90 million pounds of U3O8 estimated in the measured and indicated categories and 9 million pounds of U3O8 estimated in the inferred category1.

Investor Highlights


Clear focus, strategy and asset base to become the premier ISR uranium production company in the United States


“ISR First” approach to achieve early financial success and operational leverage, gaining from its quick and low cost path to market


Led by an experienced technical team whose members dominated the last uranium cycle by building and operating the Mesteña, Texas ISR facility and advancing Energy Metals to +$1.8 billion acquisition by Uranium One


Operating with improving global uranium market fundamentals and a national focus on reinvigorating all aspects of the U.S. nuclear fuel cycle supply chain


Two licensed processing plants in Texas, two of only 11 licensed in the US


Both NI 43-101 and Historic Mineral Resources in New Mexico. Historic Mineral Resources in Texas. Exploration assets in Wyoming USA

Recent News

September 14, 2022
enCore Begins Trading On Consolidated Basis Under The Symbol Of “ENCUD” On The OTC Market; TSX.V Symbol Remains Unchanged As “EU”
September 12, 2022
enCore Energy Announces Share Consolidation in Connection With Proposed Listing on NASDAQ
September 6, 2022
enCore Energy Completes Baseline Wells Installation and Begins Drilling of Injection and Recovery Wells at Rosita Extension
The Kingsville Dome Uranium Central Processing plant

Our Focus:
In-Situ Recovery

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 Texas production facilities, resulting in a lower cost and environmentally friendly method of uranium extraction.

Nuclear Energy:
The Future

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.

Nuclear power plant smoke stacks

The Benefits of Nuclear

Clean Air Energy

Decarbonization technology

Minimal surface disruption

Minimal water use & impacts

The Case for Nuclear

September 5, 2022
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France plans to restart the nation's entire #nuclear fleet by early next year after inadequate maintenance issues. State-owned EDF is trying to avoid disruption to its energy supply over the winter at all costs. $EU #uranium
September 5, 2022
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Cutting-edge nuclear technology projects across the UK have received government backing to help develop the next generation of #nuclear reactors. The £3.3 million in funding will support early-stage innovation for six winning projects. $EU #uranium
September 5, 2022
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Germany will extend the operation of two of its three remaining nuclear power plants to mid-April 2023, in an effort to provide an "emergency reserve" this winter amid the current energy crisis, the government announced today (September 5).
1 Mineral resource estimates are based on technical reports prepared pursuant to NI 43-101 and available on SEDAR as well as company websites at and