Uranium Energy Corp., a growing exploration and development company targeting known uranium properties in Texas and the mountain states, has a technical team led by an internationally recognized uranium expert, together with some of the most experienced and successful professionals in the industry, a few of which are listed below.

• Harry Anthony (Chief Operating Officer) – Mr. Anthony has been a professional engineer for 36 years, the last 30 of which have been at the forefront of uranium exploration and development. He is a pioneer of In Situ Recovery (ISR), an emerging extraction technology that is far more cost effective and less environmentally obtrusive than any other method currently used for mining uranium. As such, he has been involved with every notable ISR uranium mine in the world, at all levels of development and operation. He spent 20 years with Uranium Resources Inc., a public U.S. company and significant uranium producer, responsible for all technical aspects of mine development, and has also provided a wide range of technical services for Union Carbide, Kennecott, and many other companies.

• Clyde Yancy (VP of Exploration) – Mr. Yancey is a registered professional geologist, working in the mining and exploration industry for over 30 years, and has played a major role in the discovery of several uranium occurrences, including the Goliad and Southeast El Mesquite deposits. He has extensive ISR experience, and has co-authored numerous professional papers on groundwater reclamation and compliance related to uranium. He has also performed reclamation investigations at various uranium mill tailings sites throughout the southwest U.S. for mining and governmental organizations.

• Curtis Sealy (VP of Health, Safety, and the Environment) – Mr. Sealy is a registered professional engineer with 40 years experience in the design and construction of mines and other large scale engineering projects, on an international basis, including 20 years in uranium mining and development. He is a recognized expert on earth structures and ground improvement techniques, and has authored numerous papers in the field. He managed all aspects of regulatory compliance and environmental remediation with a uranium producing subsidiary of Union Carbide, and most recently served as VP of Environmental and Regulatory Affairs for Energy Metals Corp., a uranium exploration and development company.

In addition to the above, the UEC technical team includes a dozen other top engineers, geologists, mining and land experts, giving the company an industrial presence far greater than its size would suggest. It’s just one of the reasons UEC has been able to rapidly identify and develop the most desirable properties, as the demand for uranium grows.

For additional members of the technical team, visit http://www.uraniumenergy.com/about_us/technical_team

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