Uranium & Fuel

Uranium & Fuel
DFS shows Lance ISL projects as 'globally competitive'

DFS shows Lance ISL projects as 'globally competitive'

A definitive feasibility study has been completed for the Ross and Kendrick production areas at Peninsula Energy Ltd's flagship, 100%-owned Lance in-situ leach uranium projects in Wyoming, USA.

Uranium & Fuel 15 August 2022


Equipment installation under way at Russian ISL project

Equipment installation under way at Russian ISL project

Installation of primary equipment for in-situ leach uranium production has begun at the Dobrovolnoye uranium deposit in the Zverinogolovsky district of Russia's Kurgan region.

Uranium & Fuel 15 August 2022


Niger government increases stake in Dasa uranium project

Niger government increases stake in Dasa uranium project

Global Atomic has completed the formation of its Niger mining subsidiary which is to be 20% owned by the country's government. Societé Minière DASA SA will be responsible for operating the Dasa project, which is on track for yellowcake production in early 2025.

Uranium & Fuel 12 August 2022


Final permits in place for Phoenix ISL field test

Final permits in place for Phoenix ISL field test

Denison Mines Corp is now fully permitted to recover a uranium-bearing solution from the Phoenix ore body at the Wheeler River project in northern Saskatchewan. The feasibility field test will be a first-of-its-kind test and will help de-risk the planned in-situ leach uranium mining operation.
 

Uranium & Fuel 10 August 2022


Kazatomprom feels COVID-19 impact but shipments continue

Kazatomprom feels COVID-19 impact but shipments continue

JSC Kazatomprom has not experienced any issues or restrictions affecting the supply of its products to customers around the world, but is working to reinforce its alternative Caspian Sea route, the company said in its quarterly update. Uranium production was down year-on-year but its 2022 guidance remains unchanged.

Uranium & Fuel 01 August 2022


Cameco uranium production forecast unchanged despite delays

Cameco uranium production forecast unchanged despite delays

First production from the McArthur River mine and Key Lake mill is expected by the end of the year despite some delays encountered in bringing the operation back from care and maintenance. Uranium shipments from its Inkai joint venture in Kazakhstan are on hold until an alternative shipping route is finalised.

Uranium & Fuel 28 July 2022


Westinghouse, EDF to study use of accident-tolerant fuel

Westinghouse, EDF to study use of accident-tolerant fuel

Westinghouse Electric Company and France's EDF are to jointly explore the functionalities of Westinghouse's EnCore accident-tolerant fuel technology. Westinghouse will study the use of the fuel in an EDF reactor for potential deployment across the EDF nuclear fleet after 2030.

Uranium & Fuel 27 July 2022


ARC, CNL team up on SMR fuel fabrication

ARC, CNL team up on SMR fuel fabrication

ARC Clean Energy Canada has partnered with Canadian Nuclear Laboratories to deliver a technology demonstration of the fuel fabrication process for ARC's ARC-100 advanced small modular reactor.

Uranium & Fuel 27 July 2022


UEC files uranium resource estimates for projects in North and South America

UEC files uranium resource estimates for projects in North and South America

Mineral resource estimates for uranium deposits in Paraguay and the USA were detailed in separate announcements by Texas-headquartered Uranium Energy Corp.

Uranium & Fuel 26 July 2022


Preparations for uranium mine start ups

Preparations for uranium mine start ups

Global Atomic has contracted distributed energy service provider Enernet Global Inc to supply a hybrid power plant for its Dasa uranium project currently under development in Niger. Meanwhile, Boss Energy is ramping up key construction and development work at its Honeymoon uranium project in South Australia.

Uranium & Fuel 25 July 2022