Global Uranium Wyoming Assets


Wyoming boasts a rich history of uranium production and is home to active uranium mining and historic mineral resources, with Global Uranium holding 5,040 acres of land.

The Great Divide Basin District: 80M lbs. past production, 90-150M lbs resource

  • Hosts Ur-Energy Inc’s (URE) producing Lost Creek ISR uranium processing plant and the 18M lbs of U₃O₈ Lost Creek deposit. Other known deposits in the vicinity include URE’s Lost Soldier and Uranium Energy Corp’s (UEC) Jab and Antelope deposits. These deposits total 95M lbs of U₃O₈


Gas Hills Uranium District: 100M lbs. past production, 50-100M lbs resource

  • The #1 uranium mining area in Wyoming. Past production in the Gas Hills exceeded 100M lbs of U₃O₈. Historical and recent reports suggest 50-100M lbs of U₃O₈ resources remain in the Gas Hills, with significant discovery potential in the less explored areas to the south, in the Beaver Rim area.


Copper Mountain Uranium District: 500,000 lbs. past production, 15.7 M to 30.1M lbs. potential

  • Hosts several known uranium deposits and historic uranium mines, including the Arrowhead Mine which produced 500,000 lbs of U₃O₈. Copper Mountain saw extensive drilling and development by Union Pacific, which developed a mine plan and built a leach pad for one of the deposits at Copper Mountain.

Great Divide Basin Projects

WAC Project

JABS Project

Big Bend Project

Gas Hills Uranium Project

Jeep South Project

Copper Mountain Uranium District Project

Airline #2 Project