SOURCE: Colorado Goldfields Inc.

Colorado Goldfields Inc.

September 22, 2011 08:00 ET

Colorado Goldfields Inc. "Uranium Dynamics in the News Part 1" -- $2.6 Billion per Year Uranium Demand Rising Like Never Before -- Relevant Information for Company Shareholders

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LAKEWOOD, CO--(Marketwire - Sep 22, 2011) - Colorado Goldfields Inc. (OTCQB: CGFIA) (PINKSHEETS: CGFIA) announces today the commencement of a continuing series titled "Uranium Dynamics in the News." As the Company's "Gold Dynamics in the News" series, this series examines current news, opinions, and trends in the uranium (and other precious and exotic metals), markets with a special emphasis on their implications for small exploration stage companies such as Colorado Goldfields. With Colorado Goldfields' increased attention to its uranium properties in Utah, this series will be especially relevant to company shareholders.

Owners and operators of U.S. civilian nuclear power reactors purchased a total of 47 million pounds of uranium oxide equivalent from U.S. suppliers and foreign suppliers during 2010. That's a $2.6 billion per year market.

In May of this year, Fletcher Newton, Vice President, Uranium One, stated that uranium prices could average between $55 and $65 per pound this year, with an increase to $70 to $75 per pound next year. On May 26, 2011, the industry received more good news. China Daily reported that China GD Power Development Co. and China Guangdong Nuclear Power Group would work together to build three nuclear power plants. This helped to dispel rumors that China would slow or decrease the number of nuclear power plants it planned to build.

Uranium closed at $52.75 per pound on September 19, 2011 certainly supporting Mr. Newton's prediction.

Furthermore, The Ux Consulting Company, LLC, one of the nuclear industry's leading consulting companies, reported that:

"For a long time, the uranium market was dominated by the liquidation of inventories, both commercial and military in origin. As a result, price was depressed and production and exploration efforts were cut back. Over the same period that production was stagnant, reactor requirements were increasing as utilities were able to increase their capacity factors and up-rate their reactors. More recently, new demand is emerging from China, India, and Russia, as these countries seek to dramatically increase their nuclear power capabilities.

"As a result of these changes, the excesses of the past market have disappeared. As demand increased and supply disruptions appeared, inventories were consumed at a faster rate. Higher prices and higher demand have changed market attitudes from complacency about future supply to concern. In addition to this transition from an inventory-driven market to a production-driven one, the U.S. dollar has depreciated against producer currencies, meaning the price has to push even higher to find an equilibrium level."

"All the above makes Colorado Goldfields' purchase of the Utah uranium claims very strategically important," stated C. Stephen Guyer, CFO for Colorado Goldfields.

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About Colorado Goldfields Inc.
Colorado Goldfields Inc. (OTCQB: CGFIA) ( is a Denver-based junior exploration and mining company primarily exploring for gold and silver. Our seasoned management team targets historic gold camps with strong potential for multiple deposit discoveries. Currently, our business model in Colorado provides an outstanding combination of former producing properties with excellent exploration and production potential and a currently inactive, modern, up to 700 ton per day capacity mill facility to allow for an attractive short-term production time frame. We expect that this strategic plan will allow Colorado Goldfields to reach its goal of profitability, potentially within the next 18 months.

The Company has made available a current CGFIA Fact Sheet in PDF format at

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