Westwater Resources, Inc. (WWR), is an explorer and developer of US-based mineral resources essential to clean energy production.
Westwater is focused on developing an advanced battery graphite business in the state of Alabama. In addition to graphite, the Company holds dominant mineral rights positions in the Western United States for both lithium and uranium deposits, as well as licensed production facilities for uranium in Texas. As society grows more dependent on energy sources more sensitive to our environment, minerals such as graphite, lithium and uranium play important roles in our energy future. Our experienced staff and extensive technical expertise set us apart from our peers and provide a strong platform for energy minerals exploration and development.
Westwater Resources Receives First Shipment of Graphite Concentrate
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