As one of the smallest economies in the Middle East, Jordan is looking to expand it's nuclear capacity, transforming the country from an energy importer to an electricity exporter.
Articles Tagged "uranium producer"
Minweb reported that at the conference in Johannesberg this weekend Impact Minerals' (ASX:IPT) Managing Director said Botswana is a now a major uranium producer.
Cameco has officially conceded the bidding war for Hathor Exploration Ltd., after Rio Tinto increased its offer for the Canadian uranium explorer to $654 million.
WNN reports on the optimism by two Canadian-based uranium companies despite the Japanese nuclear disaster.
Uranium-stocks.net reports the objection by US to Russian’s deal on uranium. Russian uranium producer Atomredmetzoloto maintained a calm front Friday in the face of objections by powerful U.S. legislators to a deal that would give it control over a uranium mining operation in the United States. For complete editorial, click here.
Mineweb.com reports Denison Mines (TSE:DML) Q2 profit. Canadian uranium producer Denison Mines Corp (DML.TO: Quote) (DNN.A: Quote) reported a quarterly profit, partly helped by a fall in certain expenses. For complete editorial, click here.
New Era by Desie Heita reports uranium is coming back into the limelight in Namibia. Five years from now Namibia would be perched on a pedestal as one of the world’s largest producers of uranium, thanks to the uranium mines that are currently at exploration and pre-production stages coming on stream. Up till now, Namibia’s [...]
World Nuclear News reports AtomRedMetzoloto and Uranium One have signed an agreement that will move Uranium One into the top five global uranium producers. ARMZ will contribute to the deal its interests in two Kazakh in-situ leach uranium mines – its holdings of 50% in the Akbastau mine and 49.7% in the Zarechnoye uranium mine – plus $610 million [...]
The Denki Shimbun reports Cameco Corp., world’s leading uranium producer is set to double production. In addition to a plan to start operation of the Cigar Lake uranium mine in Saskatchewan, Canada in mid-2013, the company aims to expand the production capacity of mines in the United States and Kazakhstan in which it owns interests. [...]
Ur-Energy is completing permitting activities to bring its Lost Creek Wyoming uranium deposit into production and to build a two-million-pounds-per-year processing facility. With adequate funds and technical depth unmatched among North American juniors, Ur-Energy is well positioned to be the next uranium producer in Wyoming in late 2010. In addition, Ur-Energy’s project pipeline is supported by an extensive, valuable exploration database and intensive analysis programs, providing for great exploration and development potential.