Consolidated Uranium Taps Marty Tunney as President & COO

Consolidated Uranium Inc. (TSX-V: CUR)(OTC: CURUF) — trading firmly above C$2.25 per share in a rising uranium market — has announced the appointment of Mr. Marty Tunney, P.Eng. as president and COO of the company effective immediately. 

Mr. Tunney brings a wealth of industry expertise to CUR as a professional mining engineer with 18 years in natural resources, including previous roles with majors Newmont and Inco. 

Consolidated Uranium CEO, Philip Williams, commented via press release: 

“We have a set strategy in place for advancing existing assets and growing our portfolio. The addition of Marty as President and COO is an important step in our evolution. His technical expertise and capital markets background, especially his experiences in consultation, permitting and development complements the existing CUR team well.”

Newly-appointed Consolidated Uranium president and COO, Marty Tunney, added:

“I am thrilled to be joining Consolidated Uranium and look forward to working with such a strong team. We will work to advance the portfolio of projects and build upon the strong foundation that Phil and the group have created over the last 18 months. I firmly believe that we are uniquely positioned to capitalize on the critical role that nuclear power plays in carbon-free energy, and I look forward to increasing shareholder value as the globe transitions to green energy.”

Our own Gerardo Del Real of Junior Resource Monthly was able to track down both Philip Williams and Marty Tunney for an exclusive interview. Please enjoy!

Heading into what should be an exciting 2022, Consolidated Uranium remains focused on unlocking value for shareholders through potential restart programs at its past-producing US uranium mines via its strategic alliance with Energy Fuels while simultaneously initiating work programs at its uranium exploration projects in Canada, Australia, and Argentina. 

Cashed-up with C$35 million in the bank — having just closed on a C$20 million bought deal private placement — and with things heating up across the company’s growing base of uranium assets, speculators can expect steady news flow from CUR over the next several quarters as the uranium bull really gets going. 

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Yours in profits,

Mike Fagan
Editor, Resource Stock Digest

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