". . .. . .Uranerz does have a leg up on much of the competition because it actually has two sales contracts in place, one with Exelon Corp. and one with another U.S.-based operator. These are five-year deals with set pricing structures, so both the company and investors can forecast cash flow with a heightened degree of certainty. That is a huge derisking milestone for the company. . .the company believes the stock will be rerated once production commences. Again, it's in a reliable geopolitical jurisdiction in Wyoming; it has ample cash on the balance sheet to push forward and its management has experience in the uranium development and production space. So Ur-Energy has cleared a lot of the hurdles many of its competitors have yet to face. And Ur-Energy has four contracts with three utilities (all in place before Fukushima) and that has distinct and obvious advantages as well."