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Khan compensated for Mongolian expropriation


03 March 2015

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.

Wiluna expansion moves forward

Exploration and Nuclear Fuel

23 February 2015

Environmental regulators in Western Australia have approved the environmental scoping document for an extension of Toro Energy's proposed Wiluna uranium project, clearing the way for a public environmental review later this year.

Study finds Wyoming uranium project viable

Exploration and Nuclear Fuel

29 January 2015

Shirley_Basin_drilling_1968_(DoE)_60x48Ur-Energy envisages operating Shirley Basin as a commercial satellite in situ leach (ISL) operation, processing the uranium at its existing facilities at Lost Creek after completion of a preliminary economic assessment (PEA) for the Wyoming project.

Wyoming moves towards self-regulation

Regulation and Safety

02 March 2015

Wyoming_signing_48The state of Wyoming will regulate its own uranium industry following legislation that allows it to apply to the US Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) to become an Agreement State.

Turkish uranium project shows strong economics

Exploration and Nuclear Fuel

17 February 2015

Temrezli exploration 48Anatolia Energy expects to start full-scale development at Temrezli before the end of 2015 after a pre-feasibility study revealed better-than-expected economics for the high-grade uranium project in eastern Turkey.

Strateco lodges damages claim against Quebec

Exploration and Nuclear Fuel

12 December 2014

Matoush 48Strateco Resources has launched a claim for damages of nearly CAD190 million ($164 million) against the government of Quebec for the loss of its investments in the Matoush uranium project following the province's decisions to place a moratorium on uranium development and deny authorisation for advanced underground exploration.