Uranium One: Hillary Clinton’s Achilles Heel?

By: Anthony J. Sacco, Sr., JD
Cheyenne, WY. 4/2/19: The topic is uranium -yellowcake, to be precise. Interested because of the possible connection between Russian acquisition and former Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, I made an inquiry to Wyoming Senator John Barrasso. Here’s what I received in return.

“My name is Kate Juelis, and I am Senator Barrasso’s Energy Counsel. I am following up on your inquiry about the locations of Uranium One’s Wyoming and Utah production facilities.

“Uranium One’s Willow Creek Mine facility is located in southeast Johnson and southwest Campbell Counties, about 30 miles north of Midwest. The company ceased operations at this site last summer. Uranium One also has Powder River Basin projects, including Ludeman, Allemand Ross, Moore Ranch and Barge, as well Great Divide Basin projects, including Antelope and JAB. At the present time, Uranium One is not exploring for or mining uranium from any of these Wyoming properties. Here is a link to more information about Uranium One’s operations in the state: http://www.uranium1.com/our-operations/#united-states

“Uranium One no longer has properties in Utah. In 2015, Uranium One sold its Shootaring Canyon uranium mill to Anfield Energy Inc. The Shootaring Canyon Mill is located in Garfield County in southern Utah.

“Here is a link to the U.S. Energy Information Administration’s most recent Annual Domestic Uranium Production Report: https://www.eia.gov/uranium/production/annual/

“I hope this information is helpful. Please don’t hesitate to reach out with any additional questions.”

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