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With that, I’d like to turn the call over to Don to begin the discussion. Don?
Don EwiglebenThank you, Debby. And thanks to those of you who have joined this morning. We do appreciate it. I’d like to start today with five major areas of our business that I’m going to update and I’ll come back in detail on each of them. First, a short-term uncertainty that remains in this marketplace. We think in a long-term, we will still come back, we will see strong market fundamentals uranium space. Secondly, our recently announced agreement with Navajo Nation is a significant step forward towards the development of our assets in New Mexico and I wanted detail what that means to us. Third, the Neutron acquisition, which is about to close will position us as one of the top U.S. uranium development companies and while it's always important to, say, how big you are, or we could care less how many overall pounds in the ground. It's about getting to production with quality pounds and I’m going to talk about that in detail. Four, we are confident that the $50 million that we need to build Churchrock and Crownpoint will be met. I’ll give you some indication why we are so confident.