Date:Jul 26, 2018

Anfield Energy Inc (CVE:AEC, OTCQB:ANLDF) has found potential vanadium targets after it recently bought an exploration database of mining projects in the Western United States.

The targets in both Colorado and Utah complement Anfield’s Utah-based Shootaring Canyon mill as Anfield could include a vanadium processing circuit here.

They could also  serve as a potential extended vanadium project pipeline beyond the Velvet-Wood uranium/vanadium project.

Anfield revealed that its prospective energy partners have shown an increasing interest in its vanadium assets due to the recent upturn in the vanadium price – from between US$4.00 and US$15.00 per pound.

“The identification of potential vanadium targets in in our recently-acquired database offers a distinct advantage to the company, said Corey Dias, Anfield’s chief executive.

“Anfield has already identified a vanadium exploration target of between 6.3 million pounds and 9.7 million pounds at its past-producing Velvet-Wood uranium mine – at which vanadium was previously produced as a byproduct – and the potential to create a significant pipeline of vanadium projects is compelling,” said Dias.

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