What is Insitu Recovery (ISR) Mining?
GTI Energy is focused on defining economically viable ISR amenable uranium resources in Wyoming. ISR recovery is the lowest cost & least environmentally damaging form of uranium mining especially when an alkaline leach and ion exchange (IX) processes are utilised.
LOWEST COST AND LOWEST IMPACT URANIUM MINING.
Low environmental impact ISR mining, also called Insitu Leach (ISL) or Solution Mining, uses an alkaline or acid “lixiviant“ solution*, injected & extracted using a series wells to leach subterranean ores.
After the lixiviant is injected, the uranium-bearing solution is pumped to the surface & recovered in a processing plant. Uranium pregnant solution from production wells is pumped or trucked to a treatment plant where uranium is recovered typically using resin/polymer ion exchange (IX) or solvent extraction (SX). Clean water is reinjected.
* Alkaline leach & IX recovery are generally considered to be more environmentally friendly
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GTI SECURES DRILLING DATA WITH REPLACEMENT VALUE OF $15m FOR LO HERMA TO ACCELERATE JORC U3O8 RESOURCE FOR Q2 – RAISES CAPITAL
Highlights Historical drilling data with an estimated replacement value of ~$15million1 acquired for Lo Herma including drill logs for 1,445 …
GTI Secures Significant New Uranium Project In Wyoming, 10 Miles From Cameco’s Smith Ranch-Highland ISR Uranium Facility
GTI Energy Ltd (GTI or Company) is pleased to advise that it has secured unpatented mineral
lode claims covering circa 8,000 acres (~3,500 hectares), known as the Lo Herma Project, in
Wyoming’s prolific Powder River Basin uranium district (Figures 1 & 2) (Lo Herma Project).
Airborne Geophysics for Green Mountain in April & Maiden Uranium Resource for Great Divide Basin on Track for End of March
GTI Energy Ltd (GTI or Company) is pleased to advise that Terraquest Ltd has been engaged to deliver an airborne geophysical survey at GTI’s 100% owned Green Mountain Project in Wyoming. The survey is expected to commence during April 2023