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Denison sells Mongolian interests

30 July 2015

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.

Areva begs to differ on Kiggavik recommendation

09 July 2015

Areva Resources Canada has formally expressed its disagreement with a Nunavut Impact Review Board (NIRB) recommendation not to grant environmental approval for the proposed Kiggavik uranium project pending a more certain start date.

Merger creates new Canadian uranium giant

07 July 2015

Patterson_Lake_South_Summer_2014_(Fission)_48Denison Mines and Fission Uranium are to merge, bringing together their prime Canadian uranium assets to create what the companies describe as a "leading Canadian focused diversified uranium company".

Quebec uranium commission makes recommendation

20 July 2015

A public consultation on uranium mining in Québec has concluded that operations should not be allowed to proceed at present, but has called on the Canadian province's government not to make a hasty decision on its future action.

Kazakhstan agrees to supply uranium to India

08 July 2015

Kazakh uranium mining company KazAtomProm has signed a contract with India's Department of Atomic Energy to supply 5000 tonnes of uranium over the next four years.

Russia's Tenex targets 40% market share by 2030

02 July 2015

Russia expects to increase its share of the global market in products for the front-end of the nuclear fuel cycle by 10% in the next 15 years, thanks to the integrated nature of Rosatom's subsidiaries, according to the head of Techsnabexport (Tenex).

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