NexGen Energy Ltd.

NexGen Energy Ltd. is a uranium exploration and development company with a portfolio of high-impact projects that span the Athabasca Basin in Saskatchewan, Canada. The company's flagship asset is the land-based Arrow zone at its 100%-owned Rook 1 project. Arrow is developing into a world-class, high-grade uranium project. Additionally, in 2015, NexGen discovered a new mineralized area 3.7 km northeast of Arrow called Bow. The company is solely targeting large and high-grade uranium assets. NexGen is led by a proven team with mineral exploration, development and production experience.

Expert Comments:

David Talbot, Dundee Capital Markets (8/26/15)
"NexGen Energy Ltd., perhaps our top uranium exploration stock currently under coverage, released very good scintillometer results from its Arrow zone, Rook I project in Saskatchewan this morning. . .today's results confirm and infill mineralization previously hit by large stepouts announced in early August. . .all six holes hit significant mineralization and strongly anomalous uranium (greater than 10,000 cps, also known as off scale)."

Mick Carew, Haywood Securities (8/26/15)
"NexGen Energy Ltd. released scintillometer results of drilling from its 2015 summer program at Arrow. . .hole AR-15-54c1 returned 68.5m of total composite mineralization including 10.35m greater than 10,000 cps radioactivity with a 302.5m section, confirming the presence of high-grade mineralization within stepout hole AR-15-51. On the back of the latest expansion drill results, the company has increased its ongoing summer 2015 drilling program by 5,000m to 30,000m."

Rob Chang, Cantor Fitzgerald (8/26/15)
"NexGen Energy Ltd. has announced scintillometer results for six additional holes from its ongoing summer drilling program, which as of today has increased by 5,000m to now a total of 30,000m. All six new stepout holes encountered 'off-scale' radioactivity (greater than 10,000 cps) and are located within 210m of the landmark AR-15-44b drill hole. . .note that four of the six reported drill holes encountered greater than 61,000 cps radioactivity, which indicates ultrahigh grade."

"In the Junior space, we have followed NexGen Energy Ltd. closely; the company was recently featured in Haywood's last "Junior Exploration Report." The southern margin of the Athabasca Basin has become the new hot spot for uranium discoveries in the last three to four years, through the discovery of Fission Uranium's Triple R, followed by NexGen's Arrow. Prior to these, discoveries were in the eastern part of the basin, with a couple of exceptions. These discoveries have opened up a new, highly prospective region. . .NexGen is an earlier-stage explorer. Not only does it have the Arrow discovery, but it also has significant land holdings around that discovery. . .the results from Arrow are certainly significant—concentrating on the high-grade zones known as the A2 and A3 Shears. Through aggressive drilling, NexGen has been able to expand the extent of those zones, which is obviously a positive. . .the company is testing the extension potential of the higher-grade uranium mineralization it has discovered. NexGen needs to follow up this extensional drilling with infill drilling to determine the continuity of the uranium mineralization between the widely spaced holes it has just released." read more >

Gwen Preston, Resource Maven (8/12/15)
"There are simply not very many. . .uranium discoveries showing real development potential. . .the only kinds of discoveries that I think fit that bill are Athabasca Basin deposits that are high-grade, not too deep, and ideally not under a lake, and U.S. deposits amenable to in-situ recovery with an established processing facility nearby. Sitting atop that first list is NexGen Energy Ltd.'s Rook project. . .a high-grade, near-surface uranium discovery that is not under a lake. First resource estimate is expected before the end of the year. Analyst forecasts. . .range from 56 Mlb to more than 120 Mlb U3O8."

James Kwantes, Resource Opportunities (8/8/15)
"Five aggressive step-out holes at the Rook 1 property at NexGen Energy Ltd.'s Arrow discovery in the Athabasca Basin hit pay dirt in the form of substantial mineralization, including 13.2m of off-scale radioactivity in one. The step-outs included 55m, 100m and 210m holes to the southwest of Ar-15-44b that have tripled the strike lengths of the high-grade cores in the A2 and A3 shears to at least 300m and 295m, respectively. That bodes well for the resource estimate expected to land before the end of this year."

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Experts Commenting on This Company

Mick Carew, Analyst – Haywood Securities
Rob Chang, Senior Analyst and Head of Metals & Mining – Cantor Fitzgerald
Raymond Goldie, Analyst – Salman Partners
Oliver Gross, Chief Editor and Analyst Der Rohstoff-Anleger
Colin Healey, Analyst – Haywood Securities
Wayne Hewgill, Analyst – Mackie Research Capital
James Kwantes Resource Opportunities
Andrew Mikitchook, Analyst – Edgecrest Capital
Etienne Moshevich, Editor Alphastox.com
Gwen Preston, Founder – Resource Maven
Paul Renken, Senior Geologist – VSA Capital
David Sadowski, Analyst – Raymond James
David Talbot, Vice President, Senior Analyst – Dundee Capital Markets

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