Greenland has approved uranium mining in the country after an extremely tight vote.
Perth-based uranium miner Paladin Energy has announced more job and pay cuts to come in response to sluggish uranium prices.
A “challenging” resources sector will see BHP Billiton’s Olympic Dam mine expansion remain on hold, company chief executive Andrew Mackenzie says.
The recommencement of uranium mining in Queensland is a step closer after Mines Minister Andrew Cripps released the government’s uranium strategy action plan.
The owner of the Honeymoon Well uranium mine in South Australia is set to be purchased by its major Russian shareholder.
A global drop in uranium prices has hit the owner of a South Australian uranium mine, Heathgate Resources, with the company experiencing a $60 million loss over the last two years.
A new uranium mine in South Australia has been given the green light by the state government.
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Toro Energy, the company vying to develop Western Australia’s first uranium mine, have purchased another uranium project just 90km away, signalling the opportunity for expansion.
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The Australian Government announced a $14.5 million funding allocation for rehabilitation of the former Rum Jungle mine in Northern Territory.
A nuclear energy conference has heard Australia needs to start having a serious discussion around the implementation of the technology.
Delegates at this year’s Australian Uranium Conference say that despite the tough ride the metal has seen in recent years, a boom in price is imminent as world energy demands increase.
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Uranium exploration company Deep Yellow has cut jobs and reduced salaries by five per cent as it ramps up steps to reduce overhead costs, blaming the move on the weakness in the uranium sector.
Western Australia’s first uranium mine is a step closer to development, after Toro Energy announced a four-week appeal period on its Federal Government approval passed with no appeals against the project.
The chief of uranium explorer company Marmota Energy says a seven-month delay in the New South Wales Government’s decision to issue exploration licences is reasonable.
Queensland officials inspected the abandoned uranium mine at Mary Kathleen last week, as part of an ongoing assessment of the site’s remediation status.
With uranium prices hitting a four-year low last week, analysts predict a resurgence of the rare earth is not expected for 12 months.
With world energy demands increasing, Resource Minister Gary Gray said the uranium industry in Australia needs to ramp up.