United Uranium Corp.

September 18, 2007 11:29 ET

United Uranium Corp.: Corporate Update

SASKATOON, SASKATCHEWAN--(Marketwire - Sept. 18, 2007) - United Uranium Corp. (TSX VENTURE:UUC) The Company is pleased to announce that it has received a preliminary analysis of the VTEM airborne survey conducted over its Middleton Lake property, located to the east of the Athabasca Basin in northern Saskatchewan. There are a number of interpreted structures evident in the data. A ground crew has been examining rock structure in the Way Lake area of the property and will be moving further north to Middleton Lake this week. The property adjoins JNR Resources' Way Lake project where surface samples have yielded up to 48% U3O8. The overburden in the area is shallow (1-10 metres), the sandstone having been eroded. The targets being sought are the basement-hosted type like the Millennium deposit and the Eagle Point Mine. New IKONOS satellite imagery has been purchased for the area and is being used to delineate structural geochemical traps which could host uranium.

The Company also announces that it is now the owner of a 100% interest in its Hatchet Lake area uranium property in Saskatchewan. The Company's previous partner in the project, Entourage Mining Ltd., was unable to raise the necessary funding to continue its participation in the Hatchet Lake project. To date, the Company has spent approximately $750,000 at Hatchet Lake, and planning is underway for a winter exploration program.

The Company also reports that all of its funds are securely held in Guaranteed Investment Certificates and corporate accounts at the Royal Bank of Canada, with no exposure to Asset Backed Commercial Paper. The Company is well-funded to carry out its exploration plans.

For more information please visit our website at www.uniteduranium.com.


Rick Walker, President

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