The Globe and Mail reported that with Japanese nuclear reactors set to restart, a hike in uranium prices could be on the horizon.
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Ur-Energy's President, CEO and Director, Wayne Heili, took some time to speak with Uranium Investing News about the company's work in Wyoming and what investors can expect moving forward.
ABC reported that the Australian government remains steadfast in their optimism about the uranium industry, despite a recent report that shows nuclear power production dropping, due to a shift towards renewable energy sources.
Reuters reported that the cancellation of a $6.5 billion uranium processing project has left China scrambling to secure supplies for its nuclear reactor building program.
The Sydney Morning Herald reported that uranium stocks could be lifted by changes to Australian carbon tax. As quoted in the market report:
The Calgary Herald reported that a newly surface Canadian intelligence report written in 1964, cited evidence that Israel had purchased uranium from Argentina for the purpose of making nuclear weapons.
Power Engineering International reported that a potential shortfall in uranium supply may impact nuclear power generation in the U.S. and the U.K.
The RT reported that, according to Russian Foreign Minister, Sergey Lavrov, Iran is prepared to halt 20 percent of its uranium enrichment program, and that the West must pull back on sanctions accordingly.
ESI Africa reported that, according to a new report from Global Data, demand for uranium will increase by 38 percent over the next eight years, as nuclear energy becomes increasingly popular.
CNBC reported that the erosion of the yen may force Japan back towards nuclear power as other energy is becoming prohibitively expensive for them.