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Paladin creditors agree to proposed restructuring

Corporate

11 December 2017

Paladin Energy's creditors have agreed to a proposal to restructure the company's debt and reinstate it to quotation on the ASX. The Western Australia-based company's creditors have executed the proposed deed of company arrangement (DOCA). Major creditor Electricité de France previously said it may seek to have the DOCA, which it claims is unfairly prejudicial towards it, terminated.

CNNC decides against Langer Heinrich buyout

Corporate

21 August 2017

Langer Heinrich sign (Paladin) 72x48The Langer Heinrich uranium mine in Namibia will remain under the ownership of Paladin Energy as the company goes through administration after joint venture partner CNNC Overseas Uranium Holdings decided not to exercise its option to acquire Paladin's share of the mine. Paladin owes EDF $277 million. million,

Paladin Energy enters administration

Uranium and Fuel

03 July 2017

Langer_Heinrich_view_(Paladin)-48Paladin Energy Ltd has today appointed administrators after it was unable to agree a delay to the repayment of $277 million it owes Electricité de France. The administrators will continue to operate the company on a business-as-usual basis until further notice.

Etango study identifies capital savings

Uranium and Fuel

10 November 2017

Etango_demonstration_plant_(Bannerman)_48A recently completed process optimisation study has shown how Bannerman Resources can save an estimated $73 million in capital costs at its Etango uranium project. The study forms the first part of Bannerman's update of the definitive feasibility study for its 95%-owned Namibian project.

Langer Heinrich company value seen at $583 million

Corporate

25 July 2017

Independent experts have determined the fair market enterprise value of the Langer Heinrich uranium mine's holding company to be $583 million, Paladin Energy has announced. Separately, Paladin said the administrators it appointed earlier this month have agreed a new financing facility that will fund working capital for the Namibian mine.

Paladin announces arbitration proceedings

Uranium and Fuel

23 March 2017

Paladin Energy Limited plans to start arbitration proceedings against CNNC Overseas Uranium Holdings Ltd (CNNC Overseas) amid indications it will seek to acquire Paladin's interest in the Langer Heinrich uranium mine in Namibia. CNNC Overseas bought a 25% joint venture equity stake in Langer Heinrich for $190 million in January 2014.