Globally significant clean energy minerals

Aura Energy is transitioning from Explorer & Developer to Producer

Aura Energy’s primary focus is the near-term production Tiris Uranium Project in Mauritania with significant opportunities for both resource and production profile expansion.

Beyond this flagship project, Aura Energy owns the massive Häggån Polymetallic Project which has the potential to boost global vanadium supplies that are used in large scale energy storage batteries.

Through these projects, the Aura board and management are responsibly positioning the Company to support the global transition to a low-carbon future.

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Our Projects

Tiris Uranium Project

The Tiris Project is a low cost, near-term production project that is positioned to benefit from the rising tide of public opinion towards nuclear energy and increasing demand for uranium.

85% Owned • Mauritania

Häggån Polymetallic Project

An opportunity to develop a global scale polymetallic orebody to supply a suite of battery and energy minerals. Haggan offers a significant opportunity to contribute to decarbonisation goals.

100% Owned • Sweden

Tasiast South Project

Three permits are owned or subject to farm-in: Taet (100%), Bella (100%) and Nomads (up to 70%). The Tasiast Project has multiple geological similarities to the Kalgoorlie region in WA, Australia.

100% Owned • Mauritania


Nuclear energy is the only viable low-carbon emissions, baseload power option available.


Total World Electricity

10% of the world’s electricity comes from nuclear currently.1

Carbon Emissions

Nuclear is carbon emission free, provides baseload power and can be scaled as demand requirements increase.


Potential Demand

Potentially 3x demand for uranium is possible based on global decarbonisation goals.

1World Nuclear Association, World Nuclear Power Reactors & Uranium Requirements, February 2023

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