Anfield Resources (TSXV: ARY) | Utah
Anfield is a publicly traded corporation listed on the TSX-Venture Exchange (ARY-V) and is engaged in mineral exploration, development and production of uranium in the United States and Chile.
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Utah

 Anfield has added approximately 16,000 acres of patented land, unpatented mining claims, and state leases lands, bringing its total Utah holdings to approximately 40,000 acres.  The acquisition also includes about 200 acres of patented land in LisbonValley.  The production figures provided are as reported in Gloyn, R.W. et al, Mineral, Energy, and Groundwater Resources of San Juan County, Utah, Utah Geological Survey (1995) and Utah Geological and Mineral Survey Open File Report 18, Uranium-Vanadium Occurrences of Utah (1974). Further details are provided below:

Lisbon Valley

  • LisbonValley has been described as Utah’s premier uranium producing region.  Through 1988, more than 77 million pounds of U3O8 at an average grade of 0.3%* had been produced from deposits along a 13 mile stretch on the southwest flank of the Lisbon Valley Anticline.  LisbonValley is the home to Charlie Steen’s famous Mi Vida mine.
  • The recent transaction will add approximately 200 acres of patented land, which includes a portion of the historically producing Mi Vida mine.
  • The recent transaction will add approximately 15,000 acres of unpatented mining claims and state leases in the LisbonValley. 
* Source:  Lisbon Valley, Utah’s Premier Uranium Area, A Summary of Exploration and Ore Production, William L. Chenoweth, Utah Geological and Mineral Survey Open-File Report 188, July 1990.
See “Summary of Recent Transaction” for more information regarding the status of the properties described in this section.

Henry Mountains Area

  • Total past production in the Henry Mountains Area is estimated at 620,000 lbs U3O8 at an average grade of 0.24% U3O8.  More than 20 historically producing mines have operated in the Henry Mountains District, and the district is home to the past-operating Shootaring Canyon Uranium Mill.
  • Anfield’s original HenryMountains holdings included 7 claim groups consisting of approximately 1,800 acres of unpatented mining claims and state lease land.
  • The recent acquisition will add approximately 13,000 acres of unpatented mining claims and state lease land in the HenryMountains.

Moab Uranium District

  • Total past production in the Moab District, located in the heart of the ParadoxBasin, is estimated at 3,276,000 lbs U3O8 with an average U3O8 grade of 0.29% and 1.15% V2O5.
  • Anfield’s holdings include 5 claim groups consisting of approximately 700 acres of unpatented mining claims in the Moab District.

Dry Valley Area

  • Total past production in the Dry Valley Area is estimated at 1,525,000 lbs U3O8 and 12,662,000 V2O5, with an average grade of 0.18% U3O8 and 1.35% V2O5  Significant past producers in the Dry Valley Area include the Frisco Twin Mine and the Geneva Mine.
  • Anfield’s holdings include four claim groups consisting of approximately 400 acres of unpatented mining claims situated in the Dry Valley Area.

Paradox Area

  • Total past production in the Paradox Area is estimated at 6,426,000 lbs U3O8 and 28,878,000 lbs V2O5 with an average grade of 0.28% U3O8 and 1.21% V2O5.  The La Sal District is part of the larger Paradox Area, which also includes major historic uranium producers in adjacent areas of Colorado.
  • Anfield’s holdings include one claim group consisting of more than 1,000 acres of unpatented mining claims situated in the La Sal District of the Paradox Area.

Monticello-Cottonwood

  • Total past production in this area is estimated at 896,000 lbs U3O8 and 5,664,000 lbs V2O5 at an average grade of 0.14% to 0.16% U3O8 and 1.5% V2O5.
  • Anfield’s holdings include approximately 300 acres of unpatented mining claims situated in the Cottonwood/Abajo District.

Monticello Area-Montezuma Canyon

  • Total past production in this area is estimated at 88,000 lbs U3O8 and 775,000 lbs V2O5, with an average U3O8 grade of 0.24% and 0.31% V2O5.  Of note, there are 84 known uranium deposits in the Montezuma Canyon District.
  • Anfield’s holdings include approximately 5,000 acres of unpatented mining claims and approximately 3,800 acres of state lease land situated in the Montezuma Canyon District.

Thompson District

  • Although total production in the district is unknown, it is reported that 45 historic mines operated in the district at an average grade of 0.4% U3O8.  The Thompson District is home to such past producers as the Yellow Cat, Little Eva, Little Pittsburgh, Cactus Rat, Parco, and Ringtail mines.
  • Anfield’s holdings include six claim groups consisting of approximately 500 acres of unpatented mining claims situated in the Thompson District.

Green River District

  • Total past production in this area is estimated at 600,000 tons of mined material at an average grade of 0.24% U3O8.  28 historically producing mines have operated in the Green River District.  Anfield’s claim group is located within two miles of the property boundary of Energy Fuels Inc.’s San Rafael Project, which in 2011 reported an indicated mineral resource of 3,404,600 lbs U3O8 at an average grade of 0.225% U3O8, and 4,595,600 lbs V2O5 at an average grade of 0.30% V2O5, and an inferred mineral resource of 1,859,600 lbs U3O8 at an average grade of 0.205% U3O8, and 2,510,600 lbs V2O5 at an average grade of 0.28% V2O5.
  • Anfield’s holdings include approximately 700 acres of unpatented mining claims and state lease land situated in the Green River District.

White Canyon

  • The White Canyon Area is estimated to have produced more than 11,000,000 lbs U3O8, with an average grade of 0.24% U3O8.  The Area is also home to Energy Fuels’ Daneros Project, a current/recent Uranium producer, as well as the historically producing Happy Jack mine.  Of note, there are more than 100 known uranium deposits in the White Canyon District.
  • Anfield’s holdings include fifteen claim groups consisting of approximately 1,300 acres of unpatented mining claims situated in the White Canyon Area.

San Rafael District

  • Total past production in this area is estimated at 300,000 tons of mined material at an average grade of 0.22% U3O8.  32 historically producing mines have operated in the San Rafael District.
  • Anfield’s holdings include two claim groups consisting of approximately 100 acres of unpatented mining claims situated in the San Rafael District.

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