Related Topic: Uranium Resources

Optimisation studies begin at Namibian uranium mine

Optimisation studies begin at Namibian uranium mine

Paladin Energy is embarking on two studies to optimise its Langer Heinrich uranium mine in Namibia in preparation for a restart decision. The company will also examine the potential recovery of vanadium as a by-product at the mine, which is currently under care and maintenance.

Uranium & Fuel 07 December 2018


ERA updates Ranger rehabilitation costs

ERA updates Ranger rehabilitation costs

The estimated rehabilitation costs for the Ranger Project Area in Australia's Northern Territory have increased from AUD512 million (USD370 million) to AUD808 million, based on preliminary findings from a feasibility study.

Uranium & Fuel 07 December 2018


Rio Tinto tosell Rössing stake

Rio Tinto to sell Rössing stake

Rio Tinto has agreed to sell its entire 68.62% stake in Rössing Uranium Limited, owner of the Rössing mine in Namibia, to China National Uranium Corporation Limited for up to USD106.5 million.

Corporate 26 November 2018


Kazatomprom IPO begins

Kazatomprom IPO begins

Conditional trading of shares in Kazakh uranium producer NAC Kazatomprom has today begun on the London Stock Exchange. The company is also due to float on the stock exchange of the Astana International Finance Centre.

Corporate 13 November 2018


Cameco notes market improvements

Cameco notes market improvements

The uranium market is showing a marked improvement compared with a year ago but there is still a long way to go, Cameco CEO Tim Gitzel said on 2 November.

Corporate 05 November 2018


Vanadium drives uranium project developments

Vanadium drives uranium project developments

As vanadium prices increase, uranium miners in the USA and elsewhere are looking to capitalise on the vanadium that is co-present with uranium in certain deposits to add value to their operations.

Uranium & Fuel 30 October 2018


US EPA withdraws uranium rule

US EPA withdraws uranium rule

The US Environmental Protection Agency is withdrawing proposed revisions to regulatory standards for tailings from in situ leach uranium production.

Uranium & Fuel 22 October 2018


Comment period closes on US uranium investigation

Comment period closes on US uranium investigation

The US Department of Commerce should not place any import limits or restrictions on uranium from Canadian producer Cameco, the company said in its submission to the DOC's ongoing Section 232 investigation. The comment period on the investigation has now closed.

Uranium & Fuel 02 October 2018


Wyoming becomes USA's 38th Agreement State

Wyoming becomes USA's 38th Agreement State

Wyoming has become the 38th US state to take responsibility for regulating uranium recovery operations within the state under an agreement signed with the Nuclear Regulatory Commission.

Regulation & Safety 28 September 2018


Challenges and changes at Kazatomprom

Challenges and changes at Kazatomprom

NAC Kazatomprom has changed its strategy to be more responsive to prevailing market conditions, CEO Galymzhan Pirmatov told delegates attending the World Nuclear Association Symposium 2018 in London today.

Corporate 06 September 2018