Eric Webb has over 34 years of nuclear industry experience and currently holds the position of Executive Vice President at The Ux Consulting Company, LLC (UxC). He is responsible for all information and computer services for UxC, including those services provided to the company's client base. Mr. Webb leads the UxC team for price reporting, and as part of that responsibility has represented UxC in front of several formal agencies such as the U.S. Commodities Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) and the Kazakhstan Tax Authority. Mr. Webb is responsible for supporting UxC's relationship with CME/NYMEX and its use of the Ux U3O8 Price® in the settlement of the UX uranium futures contract. In addition to information services, Mr. Webb is responsible for tracking transaction data, market price information, and the development of data systems and model support, such as the U-PRICE™ and SWU-PRICE® forecasting models. He is also responsible for UxC's product and services marketing.
Mr. Webb is responsible for overseeing UxC's Nuclear Fuel Training Seminar, an annual three-day meeting advising global nuclear market participants on the latest market developments and nuclear fuel procurement strategies. He is also responsible for supporting UxC's global client base on procurement and sales strategies, and assists clients in implementing and optimizing uranium sales in the current market environment.
Prior to joining UxC in 1995, Mr. Webb worked for Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC). While there, he was Project Manager with software design and programming support responsibilities for various divisions in real-time systems for both the coal and nuclear energy industries. Mr. Webb started at SAIC in 1989 performing technical and data analysis for domestic and international nuclear market studies, including support of SAIC's Nuclear Fuel Market Quarterly. Mr. Webb began his career in the nuclear industry in 1983 as Systems Administrator for Nuclear Resources International (NRI). While at NRI, Mr. Webb was responsible for design and implementation of both company and client computerized database sys¬tems. He also created and supported forecasting models for uranium supply, demand, and enrichment from both engineering and econometric standpoints (including NRI's uraniumPC).
Mr. Webb attended Georgia Institute of Technology and Southern Institute of Technology under the software-engineering programs. He has also served on several industry groups including the World Nuclear Association's Nuclear Fuel Working Group, Market Report Drafting Group, and Nuclear Energy Institute's CAC Web Task Force. Mr. Webb has authored or co-authored numerous papers on uranium market and pricing matters that were presented at various industry conferences, including: Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada (PDAC), Mining 4 Energy, and Nuclear Energy Institute (NEI) working groups, as well as various investment conferences such as Dundee Securities, Macquarie Bank, and RBC Capital Markets.