Uranium – Mining Weekly reported that Tenova Bateman’s sub-Saharan Africa division has been awarded the JV contract for Swakop Uranium's Namibian project.
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Uranium – Mining Weekly reported that a Quebec moratorium on uranium exploration and mining during the month of March has forced Strateco Resources to take an $87 million impairment charge, as its flagship Matoush uranium project was idle.
Uranium – The Star Phoenix reported that although the Fukushima disaster was 26 months ago, the uranium industry is still feeling the impact of depressed prices and mounting costs, according to Cameco CEO and President Tim Gitzel. As quoted in the Star Phoenix report: It is certainly no secret 2012 was a challenging year and 2013 has begun much the [...]
Uranium – Mining Weekly reported that, despite an increase in first quarter production, Uranium One announced a $9.5 million net loss in Q1.
Uranium – The Sydney Morning Herald is questioning Australia's decision to sell uranium to the United Arab Emirates, given its record on democracy and because of its political volatility.
Uranium – Mining Weekly reported that Swakop Uranium has broken ground on what is expected to be the world's third largest uranium deposit.
Uranium – Greener Ideal reported that, despite Obama's ban for most hard-rock mining in 2012, Energy Fuel Resources' uranium mine, located in the Grand Canyon could be operational again within the next two years. As quoted in the market report:
Uranium – Mining Weekly reported that Quebec government has pledged financial support for a number of projects and infrastructure, but the Cree Nation of Eeyou Istchee is insisting on consultation and consideration of the impact on their community. Meanwhile, the government is still having to deal with outstanding regulatory issues, including companies waiting for permission to proceed with uranium projects. As quoted in the Mining Weekly report:
Uranium – Mining Weekly reported that Uranium Resources has finished a maiden resource estimate for its Mtonya play project, in Tanzania, which determined an inferred resource of 3.6-million tonnes.
Uranium – Reuters reported that representatives from the EU are scheduled to meet with representatives from Iran to talk and negotiate on Iran's controversial nuclear program on May 15.