Australia, the third-largest uranium producer in the world, is home to nearly one-third of the world’s known uranium resources.
Articles Tagged "Toro Energy"
Bloomberg reported that Toro Energy Ltd, which is planning to develop the Wiluna uranium mine for US$279million Australia, is in talks with potential partners from China, South Korea, and Japan.
The International Business Times reported that Toro Energy has been granted approval by Australia’s federal government for its proposed uranium mining at Wiluna however it is subject to 36 conditions including setting up certain measures to safeguard the local groundwater from radiation.
Mining Weekly reported that Toro Energy, a uranium developer, is facing yet another delay for the federal approval of its Wiluna Project after Minister Tony Burke was allowed extended time to decide on the project.
Uranium market news is slow heading into the holidays, but signs that the world is moving toward increased use of nuclear power are evident.
Mining Weekly reported that Uranium Developer, Toro Energy (ASX:TOE), has assured shareholders that the federal government’s delay in releasing the environmental permit for its Wiluna project, which is based in Western Australia, will not impact the project’s timeframe.
Mining Weekly reported Toro Energy (ASX:TOE) plans to continue potential partner talks for its Wiluna uranium mine.
Australian Mining reported protestors marched outside of Toro Energy's (ASX:TOE) offices after the government approved the miner's Wiluna uranium project.
ABCNews reported the Conservation Council of Western Australia says it will consider legal action to prevent Toro Energy's (ASX:TOE) proposed Wiluna uranium mine going ahead.
Mining Weekly reported the Western Australian state government has strengthened its conditions around uranium hopeful Toro Energy’s (ASX:TOE) proposed Wiluna mine.