European Uranium Takes Next Step in Kuriskova Uranium Feasibili

 
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European Uranium Takes Next Step in Kuriskova Uranium Feasibility Study 
Vancouver, British Columbia CANADA, November 14, 2012 /FSC/ - European Uranium
Resources Ltd. (EUU: TSX-V; TGPN: Frankfurt),  provides an update on the
progress of the feasibility study for the Company's high-grade Kuriskova uranium
deposit in Slovakia. The Kuriskova deposit is one of the world's highest grade
undeveloped uranium deposits at a grade of 0.555% U3O8.  A preliminary
feasibility study demonstrates that Kuriskova could be one of the lowest cost
uranium producers in the world. 
Composite samples for ongoing metallurgical testwork were recently prepared
using drill core from the newly completed metallurgical drilling program (see
news releases dated June 26 and July 24, 2012).  Where necessary, to bring
composite grade to the appropriate level for the test work, quarter core from
previously drilled holes was blended into the sample.  The samples have been
shipped to AREVA's laboratory facility at Bessines, France.  Metallurgical test
work will begin shortly as part of EUU's pre-paid technical services agreement
with AREVA. 
This test work is part of EUU's ongoing programs and studies to complete a
feasibility study on the Kuriskova deposit.  The results of this metallurgical
test program will be used for flow sheet optimization and further development of
design parameters and costing for the feasibility study.  The objective is to
optimize the process flow sheet as described in the preliminary feasibility
study. The Company also continues to advance critical path aspects of the
feasibility study as well as the collection of baseline data for the
environmental impact study for the Kuriskova deposit. 
The April 2011 NI 43-101 compliant resource estimate, audited and approved by
Tetra Tech, Inc., comprises an Indicated Resource of 28.5 million pounds of U3O8
at a grade of 0.555% U3O8 contained in 2.3 million tonnes and an additional
Inferred Resource of 12.7 million pounds of U3O8 at a grade of 0.185% U3O8
contained in 3.1 million tonnes, at a cut-off of 0.05% U (see news release dated
April 26, 2011).  A preliminary feasibility study, announced January 30, 2012,
demonstrates that Kuriskova could be one of the lowest cost uranium producers in
the world. 
EUU continues its efforts to define a structure which would allow uranium from
Kuriskova to be developed for the benefit of Slovakia's energy future. This
could be a production off-take arrangement with Slovakia or a partnership with a
Slovak entity. 
Qualified Person 
This release has been reviewed and approved for the Company by Dorian L. (Dusty)
Nicol, President and CEO of the Company, and a Qualified Person as defined in NI
43-101. 
About European Uranium Resources Ltd. 
European Uranium Resources Ltd. is a dedicated European uranium exploration and
development company that has built a portfolio of outstanding projects in
Slovakia, Sweden and Finland at all stages of the exploration / development
pipeline.  European Uranium is well placed to become the key uranium exploration
and development company in Europe.  Europe is the world's largest per capita
consumer of uranium with 160 reactors and more under construction or planned,
but with only one currently operating uranium mine.  The Company's Kuriskova
Project in Slovakia could be one of the world's lowest cost uranium producers. 
European Uranium has a strong base of supportive shareholders including AREVA,
ranked first in the global nuclear power industry and a key player in uranium
mining and nuclear operations on a world-wide basis. 
EUROPEAN URANIUM RESOURCES LTD. 
"Dusty Nicol" 
Dorian L. (Dusty) Nicol, President and CEO
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http://www.euresources.com. 
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