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Franco-Uzbek uranium mining JV launched

Franco-Uzbek uranium mining JV launched

Orano has formally established a joint venture company with Uzbekistan's State Committee on Geological and Mineral Resources. The new company, Nurlikum Mining, will conduct mineral exploration and mining activities in the Central Asian country.

Uranium & Fuel 05 December 2019


Aura seeks compensation for Swedish uranium ban

Aura seeks compensation for Swedish uranium ban

Australia's Aura Energy has lodged a claim against the Swedish government for compensation for the financial loss resulting from a ban on uranium exploration and mining, introduced in August 2018. The company had planned to extract uranium as a by-product from its 100%-owned Häggån polymetallic project in Sweden.

Uranium & Fuel 11 November 2019


ARMZ starts exploration of Dobrovolnoye uranium deposit

ARMZ starts exploration of Dobrovolnoye uranium deposit

ARMZ, the uranium mining division of state nuclear corporation Rosatom, has announced the start of exploration work at the Dobrovolnoye uranium deposit in the Zverinogolovsky district of the Kurgan region of Russia. ARMZ subsidiary JSC Dalur received a permit for the project in June 2017, and ARMZ said yesterday that Rusburmash, its geological exploration and drilling subsidiary, plans to drill 238 wells and carry out geophysical surveys at the site.

Uranium & Fuel 07 November 2019


Paladin looks to rapid restart for Langer Heinrich

Paladin looks to rapid restart for Langer Heinrich

Paladin Energy Ltd's pre-feasibility study for the restart of the Langer Heinrich uranium mine has delivered improved economics and potential for capacity expansion. The Namibian mine could return to production within 12 months of a restart decision and favourable market conditions, the company said.

Uranium & Fuel 14 October 2019


World Nuclear Association sees upturn in uranium demand

World Nuclear Association sees upturn in uranium demand

Rapid growth in uranium demand will lead to a need for additional mined uranium in the period to 2040 in all scenarios given in the latest edition of World Nuclear Association's fuel report. Projections for nuclear generating capacity growth have been revised upwards for the first time in eight years, following the introduction of more favourable policies in a number of countries.

Uranium & Fuel 05 September 2019


Orano and GoscomGeology plan JV in Uzbek uranium mining

Orano and GoscomGeology plan JV in Uzbek uranium mining

French Orano has signed a partnership agreement with Uzbekistan's State Committee for Geology and Mineral Resources to develop uranium mining activities in the Central Asian country. They plan to create a joint venture in the coming months, with 51% held by Orano and 49% held by GoscomGeo.

Uranium & Fuel 05 September 2019


Kazatomprom prolongs uranium production cuts

Kazatomprom prolongs uranium production cuts

Kazakhstan's JSC National Atomic Company Kazatomprom will continue to "flex down" production by 20% through 2021, rather than to the end of 2020 as originally planned, the company has announced. Full production will not resume until market conditions signal a need for more uranium, it said.
 

Uranium & Fuel 20 August 2019


Feasibility study completed for Mauritania uranium mine

Feasibility study completed for Mauritania uranium mine

A newly completed definitive feasibility study for the Tiris uranium project in Mauritania has confirmed low capital operating costs for the development, Australian company Aura Energy Limited has announced.

Uranium & Fuel 29 July 2019


Uranium market not yet ready for Cameco restarts, says CEO

Uranium market not yet ready for Cameco restarts, says CEO

Although uranium market challenges are easing, Cameco CEO Tim Gitzel says there is still far to go before the Canadian uranium company restarts operations at McArthur River/Key Lake. Gitzel made the comment during the presentation of its second quarter results yesterday.

Corporate 26 July 2019


US President rejects request for uranium import quota

US President rejects request for uranium import quota

Uranium imports do not threaten the national security of the USA, President Donald Trump has decided in his response to the Uranium Miners’ Section 232 Petition. He did however call for a "fuller analysis" of national security considerations with respect to the entire nuclear fuel supply chain.

Uranium & Fuel 16 July 2019