Uranium – The Toronto Sun reported that Bruce Power's CEO Duncan Hawthorne is interested in taking over the nuclear power plants in Ontario currently being operated by publicly owned Ontario Power Generation (OPG).
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Uranium – FN Arena reported that suppliers are becoming increasingly bearish on the price outlook for uranium. According to Trade Tech, a total of five transactions were reported last week, which saw spot prices end lower at US$34 per pound.
Uranium – The NewsYork Times reported that Japan is planning to turn over more than700 pounds of weapons-grade plutonium and a supply of highly enriched uranium to the United States.
Uranium – The World Nuclear Association reported that melting snow is to blame for the disruption of a number of uranium operations in Southern Kazakhstan.
Uranium – CTV News reported that a container carrying a radioactive material used in uranium enrichment leaked at a shipping yard in Halifax on Thursday night. The contain fell more than 15 meters from a crane onto the deck below.
Uranium – BNN recently spoke with Chris Jones, president and CEO of Uranium Resources, who discussed the pros and cons of investing in the uranium sector.
Uranium – Mining Weekly reported that Canada has no current plans to further ease rules for foreign investment in uranium mines.
Uranium – Reuters reported that a team of U.N. nuclear inspectors are planning to visit a uranium mine located in Iran as part of a cooperation pact meant to easy international concern relating to the country's nuclear program.
Uranium – Despite trying to diversify its oil-dominated economy, Western Kazakhstan will not be reviving its uranium mining industry in the near future, according to the Times of Central Asia.
Uranium – Bloomberg reported that droughts in southwest Africa's Namibia has uranium mines operating the area facing water shortages. Some of the operators include Rio Tinto and Paladin Energy.