GoviEx Uranium Inc. is a mineral resource company focused its African uranium properties. GoviEx’s principal objective is to become a significant uranium producer through the continued exploration and development of its mine-permitted Madaouela Project in Niger, its mine-permitted Mutanga Project in Zambia, and its exploration Falea Project in Mali. GoviEx controls one of the largest uranium mineral resource bases among publicly-listed companies.
Daniel Major , CEO
Daniel Major, CEO of GoviEx Uranium, is a mining engineer from the Camborne School of Mines in the UK. His career spans over 30 years in the mining industry, where he has established a solid track record, initially with Rio Tinto at the Rossing Uranium Mine in Namibia, then at Amplats in South Africa, and later as a mining analyst with HSBC Plc, followed by a role at JP Morgan Chase & Co. in London. More recently, Daniel was Chief Executive and later Non-Executive Chairman of Basic Element Mining and Resource Division in Russia, and held leadership positions in several Canadian-listed mining companies with exploration and producing assets in Canada, Russia, and South America. Daniel joined GoviEx in 2012 and has been responsible for the transition of the company from explorer to developer.
What is your rationale for attending 121 Mining Investment?
To communicate the GoviEx story to the local Financial Community.
What recent news would you like to highlight to investors attending?
Development of the Madaouela Project
What are your key goals for the next 3, 6 and 12 months?
GoviEx will continue to advance its projects with discretionary spending commensurate with improving market fundamentals.
What do you see as the key risks and challenges facing your company at the moment and how are you overcoming these?
Weak uranium pricing. Working towards completing a feasibility study for the Madaoeula Project.
In a sentence, what do you think makes your company such a compelling investment?
Two mining-licenced projects, strong development pipeline, strong shareholder base.