Embattled uranium miner Energy Resources Australia (ERA) declared it will write down its declared tax assets by up to $200 million as a result of the stalled Ranger 3 Deeps project.
The Shire of Esperance has lashed out at public suggestions by Cameco that they would want to use the WA port for shipping uranium.
With the uranium industry gaining momentum in WA, Canadian miner Cameco has suggested Esperance as an export hub for products.
The chairman and two directors of Energy Resources of Australia (ERA) have stepped down following last week’s revelation that the Ranger 3 Deeps project will not go ahead.
Australia has signed a Free Trade Agreement (ChAFTA) with China designed to lock in existing trade and allow for future growth and access to the country.
Mining has reached the bottom of the downturn and has begun its recovery, according to a new IBISWorld report.
The Mirrar Traditional owners of the Ranger Uranium Mine area announced they would not support any lease extension beyond 2021, effectively ending the prospects of ERA as a profitable mining company.
Energy Resources Australia has scotched the Ranger 3 Deeps project, announcing last night it would not proceed to the final feasibility study.
Paladin Energy has bought Energia Minerals Limited’s Carley Bore uranium deposit in Western Australia for $16 million.
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With zero emissions, and lower cost per megawatt, how does nuclear energy fit into our energy future?
A proposed uranium multi-billion dollar uranium mine slated for Canada’s Arctic region has been knocked back.
Today’s Rio Tinto AGM in Perth will hear concerns about rehab of the Ranger Uranium Mine, and the casualiation of Australian coal mining workforces.
With South Australia’s nuclear future to be investigated in a Royal Commission, Australian Mining provides an overview of the state’s uranium sector.
Uranium explorer Vimy Resources have announced a resource upgrade at their Mulga Rock project.
Mt Isa local business lobbyists have voiced their support for restarting uranium mining in Queensland’s northwest.
South Australia will have the potential to build state mining revenues to $7 billion each year, but has its work cut out to prepare for the market upswing, according mining lobbyist Terry Burgess.
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.
The Queensland government has decided to ban uranium mining but refuses to be transparent in its reasoning, and that’s just not good enough.
Australian Mining Editor Cole Latimer and Journalist Vicky Validakis sit down to discuss QLD’s looming uranium mining ban and what it means for the industry.