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Liquidity Risk

Liquidity Risk
9 Months Ended
Sep. 30, 2015
Liquidity Risk [Abstract]  
Liquidity Risk

2.Liquidity Risk


The Company has financed its operations from inception primarily through the issuance of equity securities and debt instruments. Construction and development of the Lost Creek Project commenced in October 2012 after receiving the Record of Decision from the U.S. Department of the Interior Bureau of Land Management (“BLM”).  Production began in August 2013 after receiving final operational clearance from the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (“NRC”). The Company made its first deliveries and related sales in December 2013.  It is now generating funds from sales to finance its operations.


Based upon the Company’s current working capital balances and the expected timing of long-term contractual product sales, it is possible that additional funding may be sought. Spot sales and using purchased inventory to smooth out delivery schedules are examples of the methods the Company may use to mitigate short term cash flow timing issues utilizing internal resources as opposed to obtaining additional external funding. The Company has no immediate plans to raise debt or equity financing, but may do so in the future.   Although the Company has been successful in raising debt and equity financing in the past, there can be no guarantee that such funding will be available in the future.