Nuvemco - Uranium, Vanadium, Permits & Uncommitted Production
Nuvemco conventionally mines sandstone ores containing uranium and vanadium, which is then sold to mills who extract and sell these minerals as u3o8 (yellowcake) and v2o5 (black flake).
In addition, rare earth element anomalies have been detected in chemical assays and new minerals have been discovered. Both are being evaluated for scientific and economic potential.
Nature is not done in Naturita, Colorado! New mineral discoveries, such as Okieite pictured above and Bluestreakite, as well as newly discovered anomalies of rare earth elements, are under investigation.
Jointly deposited in the Salt Wash Member of the Morrison Sandstone, the vanadium to uranium ratio generally is at least 5:1. End products are triuranium oxtoxide (u3o8), or yellowcake, and vanadium pentoxide (v2o5).
Based in Naturita, Colorado, Okie is responsible for operations and permits. He is a certified MSHA instructor and is the "Okie" in the new mineral "Okieite."
Chairman and Manager of Nuvemco, Phil is a Salina, Kansas businessman providing electrical grid components.
CEO and Manager, Paul is a Colorado energy entrepreneur and serves on the Western Small Miners Association Board.
Key leadership is provided by three entrepreneurs and professionals, who are supported by strong network of contract providers, specialists, advisors, and technical experts, including Rick Edge, Q.P., Geologist.
u3o8 becomes the primary fuel for carbon free nuclear power, providing ~20% of electricity in the U.S.
Vanadium Redox Flow Batteries look to enable renewable sun and wind energy by providing superior energy storage.