Northwestern Mineral Ventures (TSX-V:NWT; OTCBB:NWTMF) is an emerging junior exploration company with an experienced management team. The company is concentrating on the acquisition of properties with potential uranium and/or silver-gold targets. To that end, Northwestern has signed option agreements for two uranium projects: in the prolific Athabasca Basin, Saskatchewan, Canada, the company can earn up to 75% ownership of the Waterbury Project, which consists of nine highly prospective uranium claims; and in the La Sal uranium district in southeastern Utah, Northwestern can acquire a 100% interest in two uranium-vanadium mines (the "Firefly Project"). The company has an option to earn 100% interest in the silver-gold Picachos Project, located in Mexico. Northwestern has also applied for two uranium concessions in the democratic west African country of Niger, the world's fourth largest uranium producer.
The Firefly Project, located in San Juan County, Utah, has a land position of 780 acres (315 hectares), while the Waterbury Project in the Athabasca Basin, Saskatchewan, consists of 30,683 acres (12,417 hectares). In Mexico, the Picachos Project in the Durango State contains 19,000 acres (7,700 hectares). The two concessions in Niger consist of a total of 988,000 acres (4,000 square kilometers).
Uranium Claims in Niger
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