Hobson Processing Plant
The fully operational Hobson Processing Plant is an in-situ recovery (ISR) uranium processing plant, located about 100 miles northwest of Corpus Christi in Karnes County, Texas. Hobson was originally licensed and constructed in 1978, and was subsequently completely refurbished in 2008. The plant is designed to process uranium-loaded resins from satellite mines to a final product, U3O8.
The Hobson Processing Plant is central to all of UEC’s in-situ recovery in South Texas, including the Palangana mine, the fully-permitted Goliad project, the Burke Hollow project which is undergoing production permitting, as well as three other South Texas projects in the pipeline.