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Azincourt Uranium Inc.

TICKER: AAZ:TSX.V

Azincourt Uranium Inc. is an exploration company focused on Canada's Athabasca Basin, the world's leading source of high-grade uranium. The company's management team has a strong track record of success and is led by former Cameco Corp. Exploration Director Ted O'Connor. Azincourt recently partnered with the Athabasca Basin's leading exploration company, Fission Uranium Corp., to explore the highly prospective Patterson Lake property.


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Thibaut Lepouttre, Caesars Report (4/3/14) "Azincourt Uranium Inc. has announced it closed a financing, raising a total of CA$1.65M. . .the flow-through funds will obviously be used to fund the exploration program at Patterson Lake North."

David Talbot, Dundee Capital Markets (4/2/14) "Azincourt Uranium Inc. owns five shallow flat-lying deposits at its Macusani project, hosting 35.6 Mlb U3O8 (32 Mlb at 300 ppm). Potential for low-cost heap-leach production and the likelihood of exploration expansion is considerable."

Thibaut Lepouttre, Caesars Report (3/12/14) "Azincourt Uranium Inc. has announced it has engaged SRK Consulting to review the previously completed exploration and processing work on the 35.5 Mlb Macusani uranium project in eastern Peru. . .if the Macusani uranium could be leached out of the ore (which is generally expected), the project will very likely be economic even at the current depressed uranium prices, as neighbor Macusani Yellowcake Inc. released a NI-43-101-compliant resource estimate indicating it could produce uranium at a cost of just over $20/lb."

Metal Guru (12/17/13) "Azincourt Uranium Inc. recently acquired a 100% interest in two properties (Macusani and Muñani) in southeastern Peru. The Macusani property is an advanced-stage project with existing resources, strong resource expansion prospects and potentially low production costs. . .with projects in a proven uranium district and a highly experienced management team, Azincourt is positioned for the impending uranium sector breakout."

Mick Carew, Haywood Securities (11/22/13) "Azincourt Uranium Inc. is acquiring 100% of Minergia S.A.C., a 50:50 JV between Cameco and Vena Resources, which has 100% control over 14,700 ha of early- and more advanced-stage exploration rights and interests in southeastern Peru. The contemplated transaction aims to consolidate certain uranium assets on the Macusani Plateau. . .Azincourt is taking advantage of a sustained depressed uranium price to acquire concessions. . .at relatively low cost. . .we highlight the Tantamaco and Isivilla prospects' proximity to other significant advanced-stage resources in the area. . .with the potential for mutually beneficial synergies to emerge for explorers/developers in the region."

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Pinnacle Digest (10/21/13) "For a junior explorer with a market cap around $7M, Azincourt Uranium Inc. has put together a uniquely qualified management team and board. For a company of its size, you'll be hard-pressed to find a more experienced technical group. . .its project is nearby a world-class discovery and excellent infrastructure, with a provincial gravel highway going right through it, providing all weather access to the core of the project." >Read More

The Energy Report Interview with Rob Chang (9/10/13) "Of all the plays in the Patterson Lake South area, one we're particularly interested in Azincourt Uranium Inc., which is a little to the north of the Patterson Lake South project, as it may host a parallel structure. So it seems interesting to us, though a little more speculative." More >

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