CLEAN FUEL FOR A SUSTAINABLE NET ZERO FUTURE.
Focussed on exploring for, defining and developing economic ISR Uranium resources – GTI Energy is part of Wyoming’s Insitu Recovery (ISR) uranium mining renaissance.
GTI saw US uranium supply’s collapse and anticipated the coming surge in demand for uranium as a core component of America’s drive for homegrown, sustainable clean energy solutions. This led us to position GTI to be part of the resurgence in demand for uranium using the lowest-cost and cleanest method of mining uranium, ISR.
Providing corporate transparency, GTI has also adopted the internationally recognised Environmental, Social and Governance SCM Framework created by the World Economic Forum (WEF), where all progress is measured against these core metrics and included in GTI’s annual report on the ASX.
The key driver of value creation for GTI is making economic uranium discoveries. GTI’s ISR uranium projects in Wyoming position us to define uranium resources that can potentially be developed quickly & cost effectively with a low environmental impact.
Clean Mining. Clean Energy. Clean Future.
Deliver shareholder value through discovery of ISR uranium resources in Wyoming.
To become Wyoming’s next ISR Uranium Developer and to supply uranium for enrichment through nuclear fuel.
The key driver of value creation is to define economically viable uranium resources. The Thor ISR Uranium Project in Wyoming’s prolific Great Divide Basin has positioned GTI to define a viable ISR uranium resource from less than 20% of our current exploration acreage.
GTI Energy Ltd (GTI or Company) is pleased to advise of positive results from the recently completed airborne radiometric and magnetic survey completed at its 100% owned Green Mountain Project (Project) located in Wyoming’s prolific Crooks Gap/Green Mountain/Great Divide Basin uranium production district.
GTI Energy Ltd (GTI or Company) advises that drilling has now commenced at its 100% owned
Lo Herma ISR Uranium Project (Lo Herma) located in Wyoming’s prolific Powder River Basin
(Figures 1 & 2). The drill program is utilising mud rotary drilling & down hole gamma logging.
GTI Energy Ltd (GTI or Company) is pleased to advise that permitting is completed, and bonds
are now in place to begin drilling at its 100% owned Lo Herma ISR Uranium Project (Lo Herma)
located in Wyoming’s prolific Powder River Basin (Figures 1 & 2). This initial program of up to
26-holes (~15,000 ft or ~4,600 m), will utilise mud rotary drilling and down hole gamma logging.