Jeff Phillips: Absolutely. I still like Azarga's primary asset — the Dewey Burdock Project — now with enCore. It’s an advanced-stage non-producing asset with pounds in the ground. And it meshes neatly with enCore’s US assets, which are also pounds in the ground. So I think enCore Energy is a very interesting speculation. I still own some shares in enCore.
But if I had to pick something that has a lot of torque right now, I'd probably go with junior explorer Skyharbour Resources. The symbol is SYH on the Toronto Venture Exchange and SYHBF on the OTC.
Skyharbour holds an extensive portfolio of 100%-owned and partner-funded uranium exploration projects in Canada's Athabasca Basin, which, as you know, is one of the premier producing regions in the world and very high grade. They have nine projects that are drill-ready; 14 projects altogether. Their portfolio covers 950,000 acres, which is one of the larger land positions in northern Saskatchewan.
Their flagship is the Moore Uranium Project. It's an advanced-stage uranium exploration project that Skyharbour maintains a 100% interest in. Through drilling, they’ve identified high-grade uranium mineralization in one of the primary zones there. They have a winter drill program starting up.
Another one of their 100%-owned projects that I think is quite interesting is the South Falcon Point Uranium Project. They have 7 million pounds of lower-grade uranium already defined in that project. So it's not all just exploration. And they have several partner-funded projects in the same area.