Cameco Australia has secured federal environmental approval for the Yeelirrie uranium project in Western Australia after a “complex” two-year process.
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.
BHP has formed a partnership aimed at finding a sustainable way to both clean up legacy mining impacts and develop biomass to be used as feedstock for biofuels from the impacted lands and water.
Energy Resources of Australia’s (ERA) Ranger mine in the Northern Territory is heading towards full closure as it explores rehabilitation options with parent company Rio Tinto.
Boss Resources has released an update on its restart strategy at the Honeymoon uranium project in South Australia, 80km northwest of Broken Hill.
Blackham Resources and A-Cap Resources have signed a farm-in joint venture (JV) agreement over the Wiluna cobalt-nickel project. A-Cap will acquire a 75 per cent interest in the Wiluna project in Western Australia for $11 million.
BHP is reportedly working to fix a technical issue that has disrupted its processing facilities at the Olympic Dam mine in South Australia.
Boss Resources has launched a restart strategy for the Honeymoon uranium project in South Australia.
Paladin Energy has confirmed that the Langer Heinrich uranium mine (LHM) in Namibia will be placed on care and maintenance.
Australia has always been famously shy of nuclear power and construction of plants is prohibited to this day.
Federal Government statistics have been released showing that Australia has the world’s largest identified resources in nine major mineral commodities.
Uranium developer Vimy Resources has secured a deal to acquire the Alligator River project in the Northern Territory from Canada’s Cameco.
BHP is continuing a recruitment drive for the Olympic Dam mine in South Australia as it ramps up operations to full capacity in the current quarter.
BHP is getting set for a recruitment drive that will increase diversity and support the growth of the Olympic Dam mine in South Australia.
American nuclear power advocate Michael Shellenberger spoke at the International Mines and Resources Conference (IMARC) in Melbourne yesterday, stating that Australians need to get over their hang ups about nuclear power.
Peninsula Energy, an Australian uranium mining company, has announced it is to divest its interest in the Karoo projects in South Africa. The company says it intends to divest so it can focus on its US Lance projects in Wyoming, which has the highest reserves of uranium in North America.
Aura Energy has received environmental approval by the Mauritian Government for its Tiris uranium project in Reguibat.
The uranium sector’s pricing doldrums are destined to mother a bull market in the near to short term, according to Bannerman Resources managing director Brandon Munro.
Australian junior Hammer Metals has formed a joint venture (JV) with Glencore after acquiring AuKing’s interest in properties at Mount Isa in Queensland.