A ban on uranium mining has returned to Western Australia. The state’s Labor Government, which stormed to power behind Mark McGowan in March, yesterday implemented a ban on uranium mining on all future granted mining leases.
Western Australia’s new government has been urged to support the ongoing development of uranium projects in the state.
Toro Energy’s expansion of the Wiluna uranium project has received environmental approval from the Western Australian government.
Toro Energy’s Vanessa Guthrie has left the company after five years, including nearly four as managing director and chief executive officer.
The Environmental Protection Authority (EPA) is expected to approve two uranium mines in WA’s Goldfields.
Toro Energy has signed an agreement with Traditional Owners for its Wiluna uranium project.
Toro Energy’s early benefication testwork at its Wiluna uranium mine has resulted in massive grade increases.
Uranium explorer Toro Energy has welcomed a new non-executive director and chairman to the board, while the company prepares for increased global demand.
Toro Energy has announced an upgrade of 20 per cent to the West Australian Wiluna uranium mineral resources.
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With the uranium industry gaining momentum in WA, Canadian miner Cameco has suggested Esperance as an export hub for products.
In a thinly-veiled swipe at the Queensland government’s decision to ban uranium mining, Toro Energy’s managing director says policy confusion was holding back Australia’s nuclear potential.
Toro Energy, the company vying to develop Western Australia’s first uranium mine, says Australia is in the perfect position to drive a new era or uranium exports to China and India.
It’s been a busy week for uranium developer Toro Energy which has appointed Fiona Harris as its new chairman and been given the go ahead to expand its Wiluna mine
Prime Minister Tony Abbott has appointed the head of uranium developer Toro Energy to the Australia-India CEO forum.
Uranium mining hopeful Toro Energy has added $3.9 million to its bank balance after a recent capital raising program.
The company vying to build WA’s first uranium mine has secured $10 million to help make it happen.
Toro Energy is looking to expand its yet-to-be-constructed Wiluna uranium mine by adding two more deposits to the mine plan.
Uranium mining hopeful Toro Energy has signed a farm-in joint venture deal with nuclear powerhouse AREVA Resources.
The company vying to develop Western Australia’s first uranium mine say uncertainty around the future supply of uranium places its Wiluna project in the perfect position to meet world energy demands.