Monday, July 28, 2008

- Alternative Energy News - Uranium Exploration And Mining Growth Stock Increases High Return Investment Potential With Progress In Multiple Uranium M

In alternative energy news CanAm Uranium Corp. (Stock symbol: CAUI), a uranium exploration and mining growth stock, announces progress with Bancroft, Ontario and Athabasca Basin, Saskatchewan and Sault St. Marie, Ontario Reilly Mining District Canadian uranium mining projects, increasing their potential to produce high investment returns.
(1888PressRelease) October 19, 2007 - Las Vegas, Nevada; Bancroft, Ontario and Athabasca Basin, Saskatchewan, Canada – October 19, 2007 – Uranium (an alternative energy sector) exploration and mining growth company, CanAm Uranium Corp. (Stock symbol: CAUI) announces continued growth and increased value obtained through their strategic acquisition and development of uranium exploration properties in well-known prolific mining areas.

CanAm Uranium Corp. has optioned over 159,000 acres of claims collectively within the Saskatchewan Athabasca Basin, Ontario and Brancroft, Ontario Canada uranium mining production areas.

Uranium has increased from roughly $40 per pound to $135 per pound at its current spot price as of July 2, 2007.

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CanAm Uranium (CAUI) has an option to acquire 100% interest in the Wheeler-Beckett property within the Saskatchewan Athabasca Basin. The property consists of 11 contiguous claims comprising approximately 126,000 acres. The claims are located approximately 24 miles from the McArthur River mine, the largest high-grade uranium mine in the world.

The Bancroft, Ontario uranium claims cover a total of approximately 9,765 acres. They are located in a well-known uranium producing region. The Faraday Mine, in the same geological area, has produced 2,544,716 tons of uranium ore.

Grass Root Acquisitions - CanAm Uranium (CAUI) has made grass root acquisitions in Ontario and British Columbia aiming for rapid growth thru a carefully developed acquisition and Joint Venture growth and high return strategy. CanAm Uranium (CAUI) has been actively contacting the top uranium companies in the world for potential joint venture of uranium properties.

“The key to success is location and people in mining. Be where the high-concentration Uranium is, and have the people and knowledge to finance the company and bring to production the discovery. I am confident with our location and our people which are driving the success of our company,” said Ryan Gibson, CEO.

Mr. Gibson was recently interviewed by on WallStRadio.
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He has also been a featured guest on high return investment news and information radio provider, The Bill Chippas Show. The Bill Chippas Show features 27-year veteran investment analyst Bill Chippas (see ) and Mike King, a noted investment analyst whose Princeton Research (see ) of Las Vegas, Nevada has built a national reputation among stock market investors seeking high return investment opportunities.

In more alternative energy growth stock financial news, BUYINS.NET Research Report has signaled a Squeeze Trigger Price of $0.98 for CAUI stock value.

Uranium is used primarily as an energy source for nuclear fission reactors — a safe, efficient, and emission-free alternative to fossil fuels. The market cycle for uranium has recently experienced a sharp increase. An estimated supply shortfall of 80 million pounds per year, for several coming years, is forecast by measuring current annual reactor demand and current annual mine production.

Notice and Forward-Looking Statements - This report is for informational purposes only. All data was obtained from information available on the Internet. No part is to be considered stock solicitation or an offer to buy or sell securities. No investment advice of any kind is to be inferred. This news release may contain “forward looking statements” as defined by SEC regulations. Actual results may differ materially.

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