Projects Overview

Standard Uranium holds 11 high-quality uranium exploration projects in Saskatchewan’s Athabasca Basin comprising over 209,867 acres (84,930 hectares) across 51 mineral dispositions. Standard’s properties are strategically located within the main uranium-rich districts of the Athabasca Basin. The Company’s flagship project, Davidson River, and the newly staked Harrison project are situated in the emerging southwest Athabasca uranium district, which hosts Fission Uranium’s Triple R deposit, NexGen Energy’s Arrow deposit, and F3 Uranium’s recent high-grade JR Zone discovery. The Company’s portfolio includes 8 projects in the prolific eastern Athabasca uranium district. The Atlantic, Canary, and Ascent projects are located in the northern portion of the eastern Athabasca Basin, proximal to IsoEnergy’s Hurricane deposit. Additionally, the Rocas, Corvo, Ox Lake, and Cable Bay SW (CBSW) projects are positioned marginal to the present-day eastern boundary of the Athabasca Basin, prime for discovery of near-surface high-grade uranium mineralization akin to the recent Gemini uranium discovery by 92 Energy. The Brown Lake project is located just inside the Basin margin, proximal to the Key Lake mill facilities. The Company’s Sun Dog project is located along the northwestern edge of the Basin south of Uranium City, where several uranium deposits have been mined since the 1950s and additional surface mineralization has recently been discovered.

Standard Uranium is a Canadian uranium explorer and project generator positioned to be highly capital efficient through the engagement of joint venture partners for development of the Company’s prospective land package, while retaining upside exposure to any discoveries.

Disclosure of Technical and Scientific Information

Except as otherwise noted herein, Sean Hillacre, MSc. P.Geo., Standard Uranium’s VP Exploration, has reviewed and approved the scientific and technical information contained in this website. Mr. Hillacre is a Qualified Person within the meaning of Canadian Securities Administrator’s National Instrument 43-101.

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