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Central Asia commits to affordable and clean energy

Central Asia commits to affordable and clean energy

Energy ministers from across Central Asia today committed their countries to collaborating on meeting the United Nations' seventh Sustainable Development Goal, which pledges 'affordable and clean energy' by 2030. The meeting is the first time they have come together to discuss the region's common energy challenges.

Energy & Environment 20 September 2019


Denison retains Canadian focus

Denison retains Canadian focus

Denison Mines will focus on its activities in Canada's Athabasca Basin in 2016, according to the company's end-of-year analysis. The company sold its Mongolian assets in December and hopes to spin out or sell its African portfolio when market conditions permit.

Uranium & Fuel 10 March 2016


Khan reaches settlement deal with Mongolia

Khan reaches settlement deal with Mongolia

The Mongolian government has agreed to pay Khan Resources $70 million to end a dispute over its 2009 cancellation of the Canadian mining company's uranium licences. Mongolia had been seeking to overturn a ruling by an international arbitration tribunal that it must pay $100 million in compensation.

Corporate 09 March 2016


Denison sells Mongolian interests

Denison sells Mongolian interests

Denison Mines is to sell its interest in the Gurvan Saihan joint venture (GSJV) in Mongolia to Uranium Industry a.s. of the Czech Republic for $20 million.

Uranium & Fuel 30 July 2015


Sudden death of Khan Resources president

Sudden death of Khan Resources president

Jim Doak, the president of uranium developer Khan Resources, passed away in his hotel room on 24 April, the company announced. The Canadian citizen was staying in Ulaanbataar for meetings with the Mongolian government.

Corporate 24 April 2015


Khan compensated for Mongolian expropriation

Khan compensated for Mongolian expropriation

The Mongolian government must pay Khan Resources $100 million in compensation for its 2009 cancellation of the company's uranium licences, an international arbitration tribunal has ruled.

Corporate 03 March 2015


Areva JV to develop Mongolian mines

Areva JV to develop Mongolian mines

Fabius-Bold (Ministry of Foreign Affairs Mongolia_48French nuclear company Areva has signed an agreement to develop uranium mines in Mongolia and to set up a joint venture company with Mongolian state-owned company MonAtom, with Mitsubishi Corporation as an equity partner.

Corporate 28 October 2013