Posts Tagged ‘AREVA’

If Pakistan Needs 32 New Nuclear Reactors, What Does That Say? Uranium Supply Won’t Keep Up!

02.27.2014 · Posted in Uranium, Uranium Companies

The following news item caught my attention. We all know that China, Russia, India and Brazil are deploying a large number of new reactors. England and a few middle eastern countries like Saudi Arabia and the UAE also have BIG plans. But, if a country like Pakistan, has demand for 32 reactors, that says a ...

A Further 7% of World’s Mine Supply Impacted With Shutdown of Uranium Production in Niger

01.07.2014 · Posted in Uranium, Uranium Companies

Please follow me on Twitter: @peterepstein2 From Cantor Fitzgerald and recent news items…. A Further 7% of World’s Mine Supply Impacted With Shutdown of Uranium Production in Niger 2014 began with more uranium supply cutbacks. Arevahas closed its Somair and Cominak mines in Niger as the French nuclear company works to renew its mining license, ...

South America Could be Big in Uranium, According to Canada’s U308 Corp.

01.06.2014 · Posted in Uranium, Uranium Companies

TORONTO (miningweekly.com) – Taken solely at face value, South America hardly excites when it comes to uranium. Brazil is the region’s only producer and its output is relatively meagre compared with other nations. It recorded output of 231 metric tonnes of uranium in 2012, down from 265 tonnes in 2011, according to the World Nuclear ...

Areva Delays Start of Giant Uranium Mine in Niger By at Least 6 Months….

12.06.2013 · Posted in Uranium, Uranium Companies

The following Reuters article is interesting for a few reasons. First, Niger is expected to become the 2nd largest uranium producing country in the world after Areva’s Imouraren mine begins in what will probably be 2016. A delay by at least 6 months, (probably closer to 12 months) in the start of this mine is ...

Uranium Mines in Namibia Owned By Rio Tinto, Paladin and Others Face Severe Water Shortages

11.19.2013 · Posted in Uranium, Uranium Companies

Uranium mines operated by companies including Rio Tinto Plc (RIO) and Paladin Energy Ltd. in Namibia face a water shortage as a drought in the southwest African nation curbs supply to the operations and three coastal towns. Volumes from the Omaruru Delta aquifer, about 200 kilometers (124 miles) northwest of the capital, Windhoek, have declined ...

Energy Fuels Valuation, Including Strathmore Minerals, Still Extraordinarily Cheap

11.04.2013 · Posted in Uranium, Uranium Companies

Energy Fuels Valuation Discount to Peers is Absurd and Will Not Last Energy Fuels [EFRFF.PK] continues to trade extremely cheap after its acquisition of Strathmore Minerals and pro forma for its recently completed C$5 million equity raise. That’s without even including significantly higher-valued producers Areva (ARVCF.PK), Uranium One (SXRZF.PK) or Cameco (CCJ) in the analysis. ...

Cameco Delays Initial Production at Cigar Lake by Six Months

09.09.2013 · Posted in Uranium, Uranium Companies

Cameco (CCO.TO) (CCJ) provided an update today on the Cigar Lake uranium mining project in northern Saskatchewan. The Cigar Lake project is owned by Cameco (50.025%), AREVA (37.1%), Idemitsu Canada Resources Ltd. (7.875%) and TEPCO Resources Inc. (5.0%) and is operated by Cameco. Ore from Cigar Lake will be processed at the McClean Lake mill, ...

Sahara Jihadist Groups Merge, Threaten French Uranium Interests in Niger & Mali

Sahara Jihadist Groups Merge, Threaten French Uranium Interests in Niger Kissima Diagana and John Irish, Reuters, Aug 22 Two Islamist groups that broke away from al Qaeda’s North African wing and fought in Mali have merged, pledging to attack French interests, according to a statement published on Thursday. The move unites fighters led by Mokhtar ...

China Can Not Avoid a Massive Nuclear Buildout- Energy Fuels, Inc. Poised to Soar

07.26.2013 · Posted in Uranium, Uranium Companies

Air pollution in China is a prime reason why China has no choice but to ramp up Nuclear power in a major way. Leaders won’t necessarily come out and say it, but they will be doing it. Growth in coal consumption will slow faster than expected and Nuclear power will grow faster than expected. China ...

Can Africa Go Nuclear? Energy Demands Battle With Safety Concerns Across The Continent

07.24.2013 · Posted in Uranium, Uranium Companies

Can Africa Go Nuclear? Energy Demands Battle With Safety Concerns Across The Continent By IBTimes Staff Reporter July 24, 2013 Nuclear power generation is ramping up in South Africa, which recently signed a deal with the European Commission to cooperate on research, nuclear materials and equipment supplies. The deal will help bring power to South ...