Uranium Business

the lowest daily price of uranium since 2004

"The spot price of uranium at the end of Monday, November 1, 2016, was at US $18.75/lb U308; this is the lowest daily price since 2004. The price is 45.2% below the daily spot price that price reported by TradeTech on January 1st. 2016.

Currently, there seems to be a continuing abundance of material available for sale. TradeTech said there were 4.4 million lb U3O8 "available for sale", however only 2.7 million lb of "inquiries to purchase" material."

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Police searches at Areva and Lauvergeon

About ten searches have been carried out this Monday June 3, at Areva company’s headquarters in the process of investigations on the 2007 “gold” purchasing of the Canadian Mining Company, UraMin by the French nuclear Giant. Another search was operated at Anne Lauvergion and other high-ranked employees.

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World Nuclear Report 2013 - Nuclear renaissance is a myth

StatusReportThe world nuclear industry status report 2013 is out. See for commentary: Kernkraft verendet an grüner Konkurrenz (ntv) and Nuclear renaissance was just a fairy tale (guardian).

The report itself can be found on the worldnuclearreport-Website. It's more and more obvious that the so called "nuclear renaissance" is a fairy tale constructed by the nuclear industry to cope with the loss of market shares.

What is ARMZ?

ARMZ operates a uranium mine at Priargunsk, Zebaikalye Region, Russia

Unique uranium reserves of Streltsovskoe ore field which is a part of Urulyunguiskoe

uranium ore area are the raw material resources base of the largest Priargunsk Mining and

Chemical Plant, the major uranium supplier in Russia.

Source: http://vostgeo.ru/Perspectives_en.pdf, page 2

Uranium One Detail-Infos from Investors Hub

For a (non-critical) overview on the company, visit the link.

Uranium One History - The company's vision

URANIUM ONE IS ENGAGED IN EXPLORATION AND DEVELOPMENT OF URANIUM RESOURCE PROPERTIES IN SOUTH AFRICA, KAZAKHSTAN, AUSTRALIA, CANADA AND THE UNITED STAES.

by 2012, which will distinguish Uranium One among its peers. The advantages of ISR mining are numerous, especially with regards to the environment.

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Uranium One History - March 2011 - Uranium Mining Nightmare Story

My name is Tshepo Mmusi and i live in a township called Jouberton near Klerksdorp, and i work for the Catholic Justice and Peace Commission. I am one of the community monitors which is hosted by Benchmarks Foundation and i work with my fellow conrades Talita Diphoko from Dominionville and Mahadio Maitsile from Kanana Township near Orkney.

i have been an active monitor since last year and so far i have published a number of articles around uranium mining especially in Dominionville. Klerksdorp is surrounded by areas of high degree of mining activities and that is uranium and gold mining and the areas include Stilfontein, Vaal Reefs, Orkney, and Haartebeesfontein.

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EAR September 2012 EAF Financial Report

View PDF for the September 2012 EAF Financial Report.

EAR June 2012 Quarterly Activities Report

View PDF for the East Africa Resources June 2012 Quarterly Activities Report.

EAR Mkuju River Mine

Overview on East Africa Resources Activites and data concerning the Mkuju River project in Selous, Tanzania from 30. Sept 2002, from their website.

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ARMZ History - October 2010 - Court rules RF largest uranium plant to stop local lake pollution

TASS
October 21, 2010

The environmental protection prosecutor's office in the Baikal region
achieved that the measures will be taken to stop the contamination of
the Umykej lakes with toxic wastewaters from the Priargunsk mining and
chemical plant.

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Uranium One History - May 2010 - Uranium One closes the door on Dominion

By: Liezel Hill

11th May 2010

TORONTO (miningweekly.com) – Uranium One has finally sold its Dominion project in South Africa, the company announced on Monday, bringing an end to what CEO Jean Nortier called a “sad chapter” for the miner.

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