In addition to strong management and technical teams, Uranium Energy Corp (NYSE-AMEX: UEC) has put together one of the strongest advisory boards in the business, to help guide decisions in an industry that involves numerous governmental and environmental considerations.

• Katharine Armstrong – Ms. Armstrong is highly knowledgeable regarding the natural resources and environment of the state of Texas, where UEC does much of its work. In 1999, she was appointed to the Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission, and was named chairman in 2001. She was active with the selection committee for the White House Fellows Program, and is director of the Texas Watershed Management Foundation.

• Jon Indall – Mr. Indall is an attorney and legal expert in the field of natural resources and environmental law, with a special focus on the uranium mining industry. He has represented the Uranium Producers of America since its inception in 1985 as well as various major mining companies.

• John Nelson – Mr. Nelson is a professional engineer, licensed in five states, with a Ph.D. in Civil Engineering. He developed a major geotechnical engineering program for mine tailings management, and is considered an expert in the field. He served as the chairman of the Annual Conference on Tailings and Mine Waste for 20 years, and has provided extensive services to the mining industry and tailings dam projects.

• Anthony Thompson – Mr. Thompson is an attorney with many years experience in the field of environmental and occupational health and safety law. He is the primary outside counsel to the National Mining Association for uranium issues, and has represented much of the uranium industry.

UEC targets near term uranium production in the U.S., using advanced in-situ recovery (ISR) methods. It has concentrated its property acquisition program primarily on the states of Texas, Wyoming, New Mexico, Arizona, Colorado, and Utah.

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