Related Topic: Uranium Resources

Wyoming uranium projects look to the future

Wyoming uranium projects look to the future

The Lost Creek in situ leach uranium project has produced a cumulative 2.7 million pounds U3O8 (1039 tU) since beginning operations in 2013 and could ramp up within six months, Ur-Energy said yesterday. Meanwhile, Uranium Energy Corp has announced a new consolidated mineral resource estimate for the Reno Creek project.

Uranium & Fuel 15 January 2019


Anfield Energy expands uranium and vanadium portfolio

Anfield Energy expands uranium and vanadium portfolio

Anfield Energy has signed an agreement to acquire the Charlie in situ leach uranium project in Wyoming from Cotter Corporation, plus the West Slope group of previously producing uranium/vanadium properties in Colorado.

Uranium & Fuel 10 January 2019


Wheeler River moves towards development

Wheeler River moves towards development

Denison Mines Corp has announced its decision to advance the Wheeler River uranium project in Canada's Athabasca Basin. The Wheeler River Joint Venture has approved a CAD10.3 million (USD7.7 million) budget for 2019 to begin work towards developing an in-situ leach operation at the Phoenix deposit.

Uranium & Fuel 20 December 2018


Exploitation licence for Mauritania uranium project

Exploitation licence for Mauritania uranium project

Australian company Aura Energy has been granted an exploitation licence for its Tiris uranium project in Mauritania. The licence is a precursor to full development of the north-west African project.

Uranium & Fuel 18 December 2018


Vimy to progress Australian uranium projects

Vimy to progress Australian uranium projects

Australian uranium company Vimy Resources will use the AUD3.0 million (USD2.2 million) it has raised through a share placement to pursue offtake contracts for its Mulga Rock project and exploration work at Alligator River.

Uranium & Fuel 14 December 2018


Uranium resources adequate but investment needed

Uranium resources adequate but investment needed

The world's supply of uranium is more than adequate to meet projected requirements for the foreseeable future, but investment and technical expertise will be needed to make sure resources can be brought into production in a timely manner, including from mines currently under care and maintenance, according to the latest 'Red Book'.

Uranium & Fuel 13 December 2018


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