|Operating status at the end of|
|Owner||Mill and Heap Leach Facility name||County, state (existing and planned locations)||Capacity (short tons of ore per day)||2018||1st Quarter 2019||2nd quarter 2019||3rd quarter 2019||4th quarter 2019|
|Anfield Resources Inc.||Shootaring Canyon Uranium Mill||Garfield, Utah||750||standby||standby||standby||standby||standby|
|EFR White Mesa LLC||White Mesa Mill||San Juan, Utah||2,000||operating-processing alternate feed||operating-processing alternate feed||operating-processing alternate feed||standby||standby|
|Energy Fuels Wyoming Inc||Sheep Mountain||Fremont, Wyoming||725||undeveloped||undeveloped||undeveloped||undeveloped||undeveloped|
|Kennecott Uranium Company/Wyoming Coal Resource Company||Sweetwater Uranium Project||Sweetwater, Wyoming||3,000||standby||standby||standby||standby||standby|
1. Heap leach solutions: The separation, or dissolving-out from mined rock, of the soluble uranium constituents by the natural action of percolating a prepared chemical solution through mounded (heaped) rock material. The mounded material usually contains low-grade mineralized material and/or waste rock produced from open pit or underground mines. The solutions are collected after percolation is completed, and the solutions are processed to recover the valued components.
- = No data reported.
Notes: Capacity for the third-quarter of 2019. An operating status of operating indicates the mill usually was producing uranium concentrate at the end of the period.
Source: U.S. Energy Information Administration: Form EIA-851A and Form EIA-851Q, Domestic Uranium Production Report.