Nuclear energy expert Tom Drolet speaks with Andrew Topf, the INN's senior editor, about what the future holds for uranium and nuclear power.
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The ARMZ-Uranium One deal is yet another positive signal that industry heavies know the uranium market is at a bottom and the time is ripe for picking up assets.
This week, the Virginia General Assembly will take up proposed legislation to end the state's 31-year moratorium on uranium mining permits in what is expected to be a tight vote.
Uranium market news is slow heading into the holidays, but signs that the world is moving toward increased use of nuclear power are evident.
Industry analysts expect a seasonal slowdown in uranium spot market activity as we approach the holidays.
CNBC reported a South Dakota uranium mine is under review by Federal and state agencies in consideration for reopening.
Uranium Investing News talks shop with resource stock guru Rick Mills, who believes a perfect storm of increasing demand alongside dropping above-ground supply will create ideal conditions for near-term producers.
Both President Obama and Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney consider nuclear energy a crucial component of an “all-of-the-above” approach to energy production — as do most Americans.
VCStar reported a uranium mine in Wyoming received approval from the Bureau of Land Management.
GoDanRiver.com reported on the uranium forum discussion in Virginia as opponents and supporters discussed the future of uranium mining in the United States.