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Paladin announces PFS for Langer Heinrich restart

Paladin announces PFS for Langer Heinrich restart

Paladin Energy Limited has announced a pre-feasibility study for the restart of the Langer Heinrich uranium mine in Namibia after identifying options to reduce operating costs and maintain cost competitiveness.

Uranium & Fuel 27 February 2019


Resource update to fast-track Honeymoon restart

Resource update to fast-track Honeymoon restart

Boss Resources has announced a 30% increase in mineral resources in the area designated to provide the feed material for the future re-start of its Honeymoon in-situ leach uranium project in South Australia.

Uranium & Fuel 25 February 2019


Permits in place for Burke Hollow production

Permits in place for Burke Hollow production

Uranium Energy Corp has been issued a radioactive material licence for its Burke Hollow in-situ leach project in Texas, the last of the four major permits needed for uranium extraction.

Uranium & Fuel 22 February 2019


Uranium One gives unchanged outlook for 2019

Uranium One gives unchanged outlook for 2019

Uranium One will focus on ensuring that all of its operating uranium mines in Kazakhstan remain at "optimal production" over the next year, it says in its latest quarterly report. Its total attributable production for 2018 was 4383 tU.

Uranium & Fuel 19 February 2019


NRC seeks input on legacy uranium cleanup

NRC seeks input on legacy uranium cleanup

The US Nuclear Regulatory Commission is seeking public comment on its environmental review of proposed cleanup work at the former Northeast Church Rock uranium mine in New Mexico. The proposal would allow mine owner United Nuclear Corporation to transfer contaminated soil from the mine for disposal at the former Church Rock uranium mill.

Waste & Recycling 15 February 2019


Cameco proceeding with caution as market improves

Cameco proceeding with caution as market improves

The uranium market started to show recovery in 2018 but prices and the long-term contracting market are still not sufficient to restart idled production capacity, Cameco CEO Tim Gitzel said yesterday.

Uranium & Fuel 12 February 2019


Kazatomprom reductions continue in market-centric approach

Kazatomprom reductions continue in market-centric approach

Kazatomprom produced a total of 21,705 tU in 2018 and will continue to follow a "market-centric" approach to uranium production rather than its previous production-focused strategy, the Kazakh national atomic company said today.

Uranium & Fuel 01 February 2019


Offtake agreement for Tiris uranium

Offtake agreement for Tiris uranium

Aura Uranium has signed a binding offtake agreement with London-based Curzon Uranium Trading Limited for up to 30% of production at its Tiris uranium project. The project, in Mauritania, north-west Africa, is expected to start up next year.

Uranium & Fuel 31 January 2019


New Chinese JV for rare earth minerals from Greenland

New Chinese JV for rare earth minerals from Greenland

China's Shenghe Resources Holding Co Ltd - the largest shareholder in Greenland Minerals Ltd - has formed a joint venture company with subsidiaries of China National Nuclear Corporation for the trading and processing of rare earth minerals. The creation of the joint venture supports the development of Greenland's Kvanefjeld Project.

Uranium & Fuel 23 January 2019


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