U3O8 Corp. Provides an Update on Activities: August, 2017

Toronto, Ontario – August 03, 2017 – U3O8 Corp. (TSX: UWE), (OTCQB: UWEFF) (“U3O8 Corp.” or the “Company”) is pleased to provide an update on activities since its Annual and Special Meeting (“ASM”) held on June 22, 2017, that includes: The closing of the Existing Shareholder Prospectus Exemption (“ESPE”) financing announced on June 27, 2017; Next steps in the stock consolidation that was approved by shareholders at the Company’s recent ASM; Update on metallurgical test work that has been concluded in Australia; and A note on the recent surge in vanadium prices.

Michael Alkin’s Perspective on the Future of Uranium

The following audio excerpt is from episode #529 of Frank Curzio’s podcast “Wall Street Unplugged” titled “The Art of Short Selling” featuring Michael Alkin. Michael is a former hedge fund analyst, portfolio manager and is currently the Editor & Founder of The Stock Catalyst Report. Michael brings up the uranium sector which he’s going “all-in” on and goes as far as saying “In my entire 20-plus year career as an analyst, this is the best risk/reward ratio on the long-side I’ve ever seen.” continuing on to suggest it could potentially become the hottest commodity story of the next decade.

U3O8 Corp. Announces Results of Shareholder Meeting and Warrant Cancellation

Toronto, Ontario – June 23, 2017 – U3O8 Corp. (TSX: UWE), (OTCQB: UWEFF) (“U3O8 Corp.” or the “Company”) reports that all matters brought before its shareholders were approved at the Annual & Special Meeting (“ASM”) held yesterday in Toronto, Ontario. A total of 121,790,106 of the Corporation’s common shares were voted, representing 35% of its issued and outstanding stock. In addition, 19.3 million warrants expired and 2.85 million warrants were exercised for gross proceeds of $99,750, which together reduce the number of outstanding warrants by approximately 18%.

Japan Brings 5th Nuclear Reactor Back into Operation

Five operating reactors: The Takahama 3 unit that was brought back into operation on June 6th, is the 5th reactor to be re-started in Japan as the country gradually ramps up nuclear electricity generation. The re-start of Takahama 3 follows the Takahama 4 unit that was brought back on-line in May and reached full commercial production yesterday. Takahama 3 was connected to the electricity grid on June 9th and is scheduled to reach full power output in early-July. The other three reactors that are operating in Japan are Sendai 1 & 2 and Ikata 3.

U3O8 Corp. Reports Progress on Capital Restructuring / Director Warrant Exercise

Toronto, Ontario – June 6, 2017 – U3O8 Corp. (TSX: UWE), (OTCQB: UWEFF) (“U3O8 Corp.” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce that, as part of the capital restructuring spearheaded by the proposed share consolidation to be voted upon at the Annual and Special Meeting to be held on June 22, 2017, it has reached agreement with a shareholder to reprice and accelerate an aggregate total of 19.3 million previously issued common share purchase warrants (the “Warrants’). In addition, Dr. Keith Barron, founder and director of U3O8 Corp., has offered to exercise out-of-the-money warrants as a means of providing the Company with working capital that is not dilutive to U3O8 Corp. shareholders.

U3O8 Corp. Announces that David Marsh, a Metallurgist with Extensive Experience in the Design, Construction and Operation of Uranium Extraction Plants, is to Stand for Election as a Director

Toronto, Ontario – May 25th, 2017 – U3O8 Corp. (TSX: UWE), (OTCQB: UWEFF) (“U3O8 Corp.” or the “Company”) announces that Mr David Marsh has agreed to stand for election as a director of the Company at its Annual and Special Meeting scheduled to be held at 11am on Thursday June 22 at 20 Toronto Street, Second Floor, Toronto, Ontario M5C 2B8.

4th Japanese Nuclear Reactor Restarts, 5th Being Loaded with Fuel

With the restarting of the Takahama 4 reactor early yesterday morning, Japan now has four reactors back on-line. The reactor is scheduled to start supplying electricity to the grid on May 22 and will gradually increase output until it reaches full-scale operation in mid-June. The other three reactors that are on-line in Japan are the Sendai 1 and 2 and Ikata 3 power plants.