Boss Resources could restart production at the Honeymoon uranium project in South Australia in 12 months after delivering an “outstanding” feasibility study (FS).
Four in 10 Australians want the ban on nuclear power lifted, according to a polling by JWS Research.
After almost a decade of low prices, the Australian and global uranium industry is optimistic that a recovery will soon emerge
Donald Trump’s decision to not issue a quota that would have limited uranium imports into the United States has been praised by Australian companies.
Boss Resources has contracted GR Engineering Services as the lead study consultant for the definitive feasibility study (DFS) at the Honeymoon uranium project in South Australia.
Boss Resources has reached the second phase of its plan to restart the Honeymoon uranium project in South Australia.
Boss Resources has commenced the second phase of its Honeymoon uranium project restart in SA, confirming its potential expansion into a 3.2 million pound-a-year operation.
Boss Resources has completed the first phase of its restart assessment at the Honeymoon uranium project in South Australia, which confirmed the company’s predicted costs and schedule to restart production.
Boss Resources could be well placed to meet the needs of a burgeoning uranium bull market after reporting a 30 per cent mineral resource increase at the Honeymoon mine restart area in South Australia.
Boss Resources has released an update on its restart strategy at the Honeymoon uranium project in South Australia, 80km northwest of Broken Hill.
Boss Resources has launched a restart strategy for the Honeymoon uranium project in South Australia.
Australia has always been famously shy of nuclear power and construction of plants is prohibited to this day.
Uranium developer Boss Resources has secured a deal to acquire Wattle Mining, giving it 100 per cent ownership of the Honeymoon project in South Australia.
Boss Resources has announced that field leach trialling (FLT) at its Honeymoon project in South Australia has produced record high results at its facility.
Cameco, the world’s largest uranium producer, has temporarily suspended operations at its McArthur River mine and Key Lake mill in northern Saskatchewan, in a blow for the uranium industry. The mine represents about 10 per cent of overall global uranium output alone.