enison Mines Corp. is a diversified, growth-oriented uranium producer in
North America, with mining operations in the Athabasca Basin in
Saskatchewan, Canada and the southwest United States including
Colorado, Utah and Arizona. The company has ownership interests in
two of the four conventional uranium mills operating in North America today.
Denison has a strong exploration and development portfolio with large land posi-
tions in Canada, the United States, Mongolia and Zambia. The company has one
of the largest uranium exploration teams among intermediate uranium companies.
Denison is also the manager of Uranium Participation Corporation (TSX: U).
The combination of a diversified production asset base with excellent exploration
and development potential has uniquely positioned Denison for growth and
development for the future.
Denison Mines Corp.
Symbols: (TSX: DML)
(NYSE Alternext: DNN)
52-wk range (DML): $0.69 - $9.60
Recent Cdn Price (01/30/2009): $1.55
Recent US Price (01/30/2009): $1.25
Shares Outstanding: 226 million
Market Cap: US$282 million
2007 Revenues: US$76.7M
2007 Basic EPS: US$0.25
Total Assets: US$1.0B
Fiscal year end: December 31
FINANCIAL HIGHLIGHTS – As of September 30
(All figures in US$000s except EPS)
Consolidated net income (loss)
White Mesa mill, Blanding, Utah – 2,000-ton per day conventional uranium and
vanadium processing plant.
Colorado Plateau mines – Five uranium/vanadium mines in operation: Sunday, Pandora,
West Sunday, Rim and Beaver. Topaz on standby.
Henry Mountains Complex, Utah – One of the largest undeveloped conventional
uranium resources in U.S. Tony M opened in 2007; currently on care and maintenance.
Arizona Strip properti