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Areva delays Niger mine until uranium prices improve

The start of production at its giant new Imouraren mine will be delayed until uranium prices improve.

Florida jury acquits man accused of brokering uranium sale

The Sierra Leonean man arrested at a New York airport last year and accused of trying to broker a deal to sell uranium ore to Iran.

‘Big Data’ will drive sustainable mining productivity – Deloitte

The automation of operational data collection and delivery will enable mining operators to make informed, real- time decisions concerning daily mining operations, as well as improve safety.

Cameco puts Millennium uranium mine project on hold

Poor economic conditions in world uranium markets have prompted Cameco to put its Millennium project in northern Saskatchewan on hold.

Cameco puts Millennium uranium mine project on hold

Poor economic conditions in world uranium markets have prompted Cameco to put its Millennium project in northern Saskatchewan on hold.

Only 17% of U.S. uranium purchases from domestic sources – EIA

The 2013 weighted-average price for U308 of $51.99/lb decreased 5% from 2012 weighted- average price of $54.99/lb, and new contracts signed are at much lower prices.

Mining companies may just have one more year of tough going – Kaiser

John Kaiser says many underpriced gold, silver and zinc juniors have staying power, and explains why scandium is a metal that could save the world. Mining Report interview.

Mining companies may just have one more year of tough going – Kaiser

John Kaiser says many underpriced gold, silver and zinc juniors have staying power, and explains why scandium is a metal that could save the world. Mining Report interview.

South Sudan to offer gold exploration permits

The country plans to issue gold exploration licenses within three months as it seeks to reduce its dependency on oil revenue.

Downturn in gold exploration will hit future production

Gold exploration activity has been trending downwards and this is being exacerbated by cost cutting by the major producers and lack of funding for juniors – Michael Chender’s presentation to the European Gold Forum.

Playing sanction what-if, BMO tackles metals supply, Russia & China

BMO analyst Jessica Fung asks the question what commodities could China absorb were the West to slap hard sanctions on Russia’s metals exports.

Uranium price moves dramatic – BMO’s Sterck

In this interview with The Mining Report, BMO analyst Ed Sterck delivers a comprehensive uranium market overview – with a nod to potential Russian sanctions.

Cameco earnings jump on uranium, asset sales

Cameco’s uranium sales surged 35% to 6.9 million pounds in the quarter, while its average realized uranium price slipped 4% to $46.60 per pound.

Select rare-earth equities headed to premium land – Karn

Rare earth zombies still lurk on the TSX and ASX exchanges – all talk and little product. But there are some gems. Richard Karn talks REE in The Mining Report.

Niger on cusp of deal with Areva – Mines Minister

Niger’s Mines Minister says a deal – long overdue – with Areva over uranium mining is imminent.

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