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Andrew Racz
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Phone: (212) 319-6949
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Aldershot Resources Ltd.

July 16, 2007

(ALZ - TSX-V)  

Price:                  34¢

 

Price Range:   16¢ - 73¢

 

Debt:   0

 

Cash Position:

4.5 M

Shares outstanding:

80,000,000

Fully diluted :

90,000,000

ALZ's principal business is the exploration and development of resource properties. The Company is continually investigating new exploration opportunities. Mineral exploration is carried out on properties identified by management of the issuer as having favorable exploration potential.

ALZ operates in three continents—in Canada, Australia and Africa. The operating philosophy is to expand in the exploration level and eventually become an operating company.

Restricted by capital it is a long-term vision to become a uranium producer at one of the corner of its operations. It's intended strategy is to identify, acquire and evaluate early uranium properties.

Like an already successful uranium producer — it is ALZ's objective to accumulate uranium projects, each having production potential. 

Aldershot and Its Complex Surrounding

This small international uranium exploration company is obviously effected by a host of diverse factors.

Interview: Jeremy Caddy       
                                     Chairman, Aldershot Resources

Uranium is an International Market

Features of the Uranium Market

Australian Uranium Stocks


Description of Business & Corporate Data

Aldershot Resources Ltd. (the "Company"), which commenced operations on October 4,1996, is engaged in the acquisition, exploration and development of resource properties. The Company has not yet determined whether their properties contain enough mineral resources, such that their recovery would be economically viable.

CORPORATE HEADQUARTERS:

CANADA
Suite 900, Two Bentall Centre
555 Burrard St.
Vancouver, BC
Canada V7X 1M8
TEL: (604) 682-6718

AUSTRALIA
Level 3, IBM Building
1060 Hay Street
West Perth WA 6005
TEL: +61-8-9321-9680
FAX: +61-8-9321-9670

STOCK SYMBOL:

TSX-V: ALZ

DIRECTORS & OFFICERS:

Jeremy Caddy, President, Chief Executive Officer, Director

Frank DeMarte, Chief Financial Officer, Corporate Secretary, Director

Outstanding Share Data

The following table summarizes the outstanding share capital
as at May 23, 2007

Common shares

 

61,398,308

Stock options

 

5,110,000

Warrants

 

25,405,814

Selected Annual Information

 

Year Ended January 31, 2007

Total interest revenue

$     19,848

Net loss

(2,403,471)

Basic and diluted loss per share

(0.07)

Total assets

1,455,605

   

Summary of Quarterly Results

 

 

Three Month Period Ended
January 31, 2007

Total assets

$ 1,455,605

Resource properties

1,040,075

Working capital

153,153

Interest revenue

1,031

Net loss

860,887

 

 

 

Three Month Period Ended
January 31, 2006

Total assets

$  932,918

Resource properties

471,300

Working capital

341,492

Interest revenue

2,987

Net loss

555,300

Features in year ended Jan. 31, 2007.

The following is a summary of significant events and transactions that occurred during the year ended January 31, 2007:

1.   An airborne survey was undertaken over its Quebec projects. The geophysical data indicated favorable results which will require further exploration work.

2.   Entered into an option agreement on February 28, 2006 pursuant to which the Company has been granted the right to acquire a 100% interest in a group of 14 mineral claims in the Fort Coulonge Area and a group of 9 mineral claims in the Rive Uranium Prospect, all located within its Quebec project claim block in the Province of Quebec.

3.   An exploration program on the Company's Turee Creek Uranium Project of Western Australia is awaiting regulatory clearance to allow exploration to commence.

4.   An exploration program on the Company's Yuinmery Uranium Project located 480 kilometers northeast of Western Australia is awaiting regulatory clearance to allow ground exploration to commence.

5.   On October 3, 2006, the Company entered into an agreement pursuant to which the Company has been granted the right to acquire a 100% interest in a group of 20 mineral claims referred to as the Kert Uranium Prospect in Quebec.

6.   On October 3, 2006, renegotiated its option agreement with International PBX Ventures Ltd ("PBX") to explore the Hornitos copper property in Chile. The renegotiation of the terms under the option agreement were agreed to by PBX when the Company surrendered its San Joint Venture in Chile with PBX. As a result, $62,000 was written off to operations in year ended January 31, 2007.

7.   Completed a 2,545,248 common share non-brokered private placement at $0.25 per common share for gross proceeds of $636,312.

Aldershot Resources   

Interview with Jeremy Caddy, Chairman   

AR:   Jeremy, there aren't may companies like yours. Usually they concentrate in one area. How did you come to the idea of being geographically unlimited?

JC:   We were looking for, and we continue to look for, properties with considerable merit, uranium properties of considerable merit. For example, while we were in Zambia we went after a project that I was pretty confident I had in my hand. I visited Zambia and then went on to Namibia to talk to the people. They have a uranium mine in Namibia. They are owned by a Belgian chemical company, and to my surprise I found that they had picked up a claim in Zambia which contained the areas that were looked at by a company called Haddington previously, an Australian company. I targeted these little deposits and in negotiations with both the parent company in Belgium and with the mine manager, who is also the CEO of [Acaroosoo Mining Company], I was told that we would be given a joint venture, or at least an option to acquire a considerable part of the thing.

AR:   Put it in a little bit of perspective. What areas are you exploring in the world?

JC:   We are exploring in Canada, in Australia, and in Zambia.

AR:   May I ask you how do you find the expertise and the talent to be in so many areas?

JC:   We've put together for quite a while now a very experienced uranium geological team. Ian Ferris is our Vice President of Exploration. He has got probably sixteen years of experience working with Uranium in Australia and now with us. Ian is very thorough.

AR:   There are many other exploration companies. Is there a tremendous competition for exploration expertise?

JC:   Oh, of course there is.

AR:   So how do you attract them?

JC:   Because first of all we know who they are. We know who to go after.

AR:   You have the background for this personally?

JC:   Yes, of course.

AR:   How many years have you been in uranium?

JC:   Me personally? When I was a young engineer, I spent a month out at [Rung] Jungle for Consolidated Zinc as a stand-in mine manager. All I had to do was walk around with a Geiger counter and a can of paint and paint up the ground for the miners. But since then I haven't been involved in uranium mining. My skills come because of the people I know, and that's how I've put it together.

AR:   So in other words, you spent a lifetime in exploration, probably covering a large part of your working life.

JC:   In mining and exploration and building mining equipment, dredgers.

AR:   This is the expertise you brought into this company, to get the talent to go after Australia or Africa for new potential uranium deposits.

JC:   I guess the expertise I come with is that I have worked pretty well all over the world, and so I know what I'm looking for and I know who I'm looking for.

AR:   Uranium has had a tremendous run-up. Does it create a boom in exploration, a shortage of manpower, but a big reward for talent?

JC:   Yes. There is a big reward for talent. We have got a real intellectual property in the people that we have running our various programs, whether it be in Zambia or in Quebec or in British Columbia, or in the Northern Territories.

AR:   In all these three areas – Canada, Australia, and Africa – what is the most advanced stage you are with what deposits?

JC:   We're drilling right now at the George project up in Northern Territory, which has two former operating mines on it. So that's pretty advanced. We will be drilling by the end of this week at Western Australia, which was a resource previously drilled by Uranium in Australia before the price of uranium collapsed in 1982 or something. So those two are pretty advanced. The Zambian project is also quite advanced. It's in fact the Escarpment Group which carries the uranium values. So again, we know what we're looking for and it's relatively advanced. It's not absolutely grassroots.

JC:   The Torry Creek project, the project in Quebec, and the Nalia project in Northern Territories are more conceptual, I should say, rather than grassroots. We have an idea of what we think the model should be for what we're drilling or what we will be drilling, and or what we will be drilling, and we're setting about proving whether the model is correct or not.

AR:   If you had to make a guess, in the next three years how much money do you have to spend on running the business?

JC:   This year we're going to be pretty well spending all of the $5 million we raised in April and May. I would say that in three years we're going to be looking for more that $5 million a year.

AR:   If I am correct, you have something like 80,000,000 shares outstanding.

JC:   Fully diluted it's probably 90,000,000.

AR:   Ninety million at US$ 0.30 is $27 million. But you want to spend $15 million. Where do you get the money?

JC:   I'm quite confident that we've got the values there if we're really breaking away at projects that look like they're getting into feasibility study stage.

AR:   If a feasibility study is positive it is definitely going to help. But, in other words, running the financial side of your business, matching with exploration and trying to get partners for various projects, is almost like a full-time job.

JC:   It is a full-time job. I do nothing else.

AR:   So, if it's a full-time job for one individual because it's an art, how can you carry out a program financially, whereas your people are in the field with drilling rigs? That's basically the business. You have people in the field and then you have the brain work and the contacts to raise the capital or restructure the business or get partners, or project financing, any of these alternatives that you have to consider.

JC:   Right. That's correct. I think I know where you are going with this, Andrew. You're concerned that we're blowing out our capital.

AR:   No, no. I'm basically extremely bullish on commodities and so on, but what I'm saying is that there are 600 companies like yours—uranium explorers. And one or two will emerge as major winners. I accept that you have the experts and the luck may find uranium fo you. At the same time, there is a major job on the outside. That is to mastermind the company, the raising of the money to create an attractive stock, get the publicity for what you are doing. That's a very serious part of the business.

JC:   Yes, I can do nothing but agree with you.

AR:   And if you have ten other companies in Vancouver and they can do perhaps the drilling, they have the territory but they don't have the knowledge, contacts or respect of the financial and media world, they will not succeed, and companies like yours can buy up other companies.

JC:   That's also true, yes.

AR:   And, if you go to Africa where the great wisdom is that the Western world didn't do anything for decades, there may be unexpected huge opportunities. Africa is in a way a closed book to the West because we have neglected them.

JC:   Yes. I think there is some truth in that. I mean, as you and I have spoken before, people like Terry Roland really brought Zimbabwe to the front and quite a lot of people got mining companies going in Zimbabwe. That's all disappeared now with our friend, Mr. Mugabe. He can't live forever.

AR:   I have a tape of Sir Roy Walensky. I think it was 1976. And I still have the tape, and as I was doing the interview—it was long, about five hours—suddenly he said,

"I blame the Americans that America did not step into the African continent in the early or mid-seventies."

And now, of course, we are trying to pick up the pieces. But the advantage is whoever is there, the contacts, the expertise, I often talk to people in South Africa. In fact, today I have to talk to Anglo-American about Nucor and the Uranium Participation. Certificate company in London. The Africans are very happy to work with the West. They are delighted. So, in other words, there is an opportunity which doesn't exist on any other continent.

JC:   I think that's broadly true, yes.

AR:   This is what I wanted to bring up. There is a company, extended, good expertise, some money, very good prospects, has an eye on the treasury, and where can this company go? When you look at the history of almost any mining giants—Africa, Canada London—they all started with one or two projects, developed them, had big success, and they leveraged and became major companies. Those days there wasn't this enormous commodity run-up, so the potential cash flow was much lower than it is today. So, maybe I can tell you that in ten years' time we'll look back to this interview and we an say "present at the creation."

   Uranium is an international market.

    What continues to weigh on uranium prices?

My own personal target, set when uranium was at $120 per pound, was $298 in 12 to 18 months. That's based on the supply-demand squeeze that is expected by many analysts through 2009 (as you can see from Kidd and Froneman, opinions vary). So how much of a price rise can the industry absorb. Previously, I'd heard the cost of uranium oxide accounts for only 5% of the cost of electricity from a nuclear power plant. However, it turns out that's a myth.

According to the Nuclear Energy Institute, from mining the raw ore to converting it into pellets packed in fuel assemblies, uranium represents 18% of a typical nuclear plant's operating costs.

Publisher: U3O8.biz 


Features of the Uranium Market

Spot uranium currently is at about $75 a pound. When looking at some of the historic prices that it’s achieved within uranium inflation adjusted on the price of uranium, we see that $120 a pound is where the inflation adjusted all time high. We believe that there is still room for the price of uranium on the commodity side to grow and rise. And this has been further exaggerated with so of the news that came out of Cameco’s Cigar Lake project recently in October about the flooding of the Cigar Lake mine and some of the pressure that is added -- significant pressure that is added to the production coming on-stream in 2008 and 2009.

Greg Barnes, who has been analyst for TD Newcrest wrote, this is likely in our view to provide further upward momentum behind the uranium price, so, again, there seems to be unanimous support for this swap price for uranium reaching higher levels.

Now, specifically, uranium is really focused on the sub-sector looking at the various opportunities in the uranium sector, the sub-sector being US uranium industry. We believe that -- we have looked at the various ways where companies could be developed and brought on stream to successfully take advantage and develop value in the space.

We feel that the US represents one of the best opportunities available out there right now, for a number of reasons. This is by far the largest consumer of uranium in the world, the US domestic market has 104 nuclear reactors and this country consumes about 15 million tones of uranium annually. And production as of last year was only about 3 million tones from US soil.

As we move forward in order to support this very important and strategic industry that supplies about 20% of our electricity. It’s very important that the uranium mining industry in the US gets back up on its feet again and becomes a growing concern.

Historically a lot of exploration work has been done in the US for uranium between 1960 and 1985. What the US uranium industry needs, in our opinion today, is not more exploration but production and we have really become focused on how we can give up our company and become a near strong producer. And I will get into that in a second but here’s our business model.

And in 1979, there were over 20,000 people employed and working in the uranium mining industry in the US. In 2004, there were just over 400 individuals according to the BOE survey employed in this industry. As you can see the opportunity to become a uranium company and the opportunity to bring uranium production on stream is phenomenal given that the upside potential the price of uranium has, but the manpower and the human resources is in our opinion the most important bottleneck for companies to pay attention to.


Australian Uranium Stocks Jump on Merger Speculation

Feb. 13 (Bloomberg) -- Shares in Nova Energy Ltd., WildHorse Energy Ltd. and rival uranium explorers in Australia jumped after SXR Uranium One Inc.'s agreement to buy UrAsia Energy Ltd. spurred expectations of more acquisitions in the industry.

SXR will seek further acquisitions both in Australia and elsewhere, Greg Cochran, executive vice president, Australia & Asia, said yesterday. Shares in Energy Metals Ltd. and Toro Energy Ltd., explorers of the metal used in nuclear power plants, also rose on the Australian Stock Exchange.

SXR, owner of South Africa's largest undeveloped uranium deposit and of the next mine slated for development in Australia, yesterday offered to buy Vancouver-based UrAsia for $3.1 billion in stock as it seeks to become the world's second-largest uranium producer. Last year, Australia's Paladin Resources bought smaller rival Valhalla Uranium Ltd. for A$174 million ($134 million)

``We've seen a few high-profile mergers or acquisitions now with soon-to-be producers and I think we're going to see more,'' said John Wilson, an analyst at Resource Capital Research Pty. in Sydney. ``There are actually maybe nearly two dozen companies with shares listed in Australia and Canada with projects advancing rapidly.''

Shares in Perth-based Nova Energy jumped 21 cents, or 7.2 percent, while shares in WildHorse Energy, owned partly by Macquarie Bank Ltd., rose 11 cents, or 6.4 percent, to A$1.83. Energy Metals shares rose 7.4 percent, while Toro Energy shares jumped 8.6 percent.

Shares in Energy Resources of Australia Ltd., the country's biggest producer of uranium, rose A$1.75, or 7.7 percent, to A$24.42, while shares in Paladin Resources Ltd., which is starting production at a mine in Namibia, rose 4.5 percent, to A$10.31.

Disclaimer

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Posted March 2, 2006 
 
"Sparton Resources"
Posted March 1, 2006 

"Interview with
Robert McEwen-
U.S. Gold Corporation
"
Posted February 22, 2006 

 
"A Tribute to
Rudy Giuliani
"
Posted February 15, 2006
 
"Your Money Is Not Yours"
-Enron & Martin Siegel, Esq.

Posted February 9, 2006

"Other People"s Money -Enron & Martin Siegel, Esq."
Posted January 28, 2006

"Northern Star Mining"
Posted January 16, 2006 
 
"Sonesta International Hotels Corporation"
Posted December 29, 2005 

"The Currency of Mass Destruction"
Posted December 5, 2005
 
"Bunker Hunt-Silver-China"
Posted November 28, 2005

"50 Relatives Worse Than Yours"
Posted November 14, 2005

"Then And Now"
Posted November 9, 2005 

"The Business of Hungary is Business!"
Posted October 31, 2005

"Mr. Prime Minister"
Posted October 13, 2005
 
"U.S. Gold Corp."
Posted September 29, 2005

"Orezone"
Posted September 23, 2005

"Mr Clarke -
Call In The Boys"

Posted September 12, 2005
 
"A Letter To
President Bush"

Posted September 8, 2005

"Mr. Smith Goes To Hungary"
Posted September 1, 2005
 
"Orko Gold"
Posted August 18, 2005

 "Near Hit"
Posted August 16, 2005

"An African Queen"
Posted August 11, 2005

"1848 and Beyond"
Posted August 4, 2005

 

 

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