Uranium Mining News

CHART: How every commodity performed in 2016

It was an up and down year for commodities, but things ultimately finished in the black.

What are the factors that influence the uranium price?

Paradoxically, a relatively small segment of the market, which is volatile precisely because of its small size, determines the pricing in the entire uranium market.

NexGen's high-grade drill results signal a bright 2017

The continuing stream of high-grade drill results from NexGen Energy's Arrow deposit has one analyst predicting 50% resource growth.

INTERACTIVE: Mining emerges from slump

With only a couple of exceptions, metal and mineral prices rallied in 2016 – see at a glance how far the industry has come.

SLIDESHOW: Mining on the mend – 2016 year in review

The global mining industry rebounded from multi-year lows in 2016 – MINING.com's most popular posts of the year tell the story.

More high-grade uranium found at upcoming producer Canyon Mine

An underground uranium and copper mine in Arizona looks more valuable thanks to new drill results released today.

Interview with Mickey Fulp: Contrarian plays, geopolitics and you

Mickey shares what indicators he uses to guide the health of the economy and what those indicators are conveying.

Uranium up!

Uranium has made a decided move up in the last few sessions. Could this be the start of something big?

Canadian mining mission to Uzbekistan

CAMESE and the Canadian Embassy to Russia are seeking your interest in participating in a mining trade mission to Tashkent, Uzbekistan on the margins of "Uz-MiningExpo-2017" trade show from March 15 to 17, 2017.

Uranium Energy Corp receives final mine permit for its Burke Hollow ISR project in South Texas

Burke Hollow is the third project to be developed as part of the Company's hub-and-spoke strategy that is designed for low-cost ISR mining operations.

There is no better sector to be than uranium — NexGen

I was fortunate to sit down with Leigh Curyer, Chief Executive Officer of Nexgen Energy to talk about the macro uranium market and provide an update for shareholders.

Namibia’s new uranium mine to boost growth, make it world’s third producer

The country's uranium output is expected to triple in 2017 as the massive Husab mine begins production.

Mining must “court” US judiciary as NGOs file more lawsuits

The Trump Administration will find it difficult to use the stroke of a pen to overturn policies and regulations pertaining to climate change, endangered species, and other key issues according to experts.

Sibanye Gold expands platinum assets by buying Stillwater in $2.2bn deal

Together with reducing Sibanye’s dependence on its aging South African assets, the deal will make the company the world's third largest palladium producer, the company said.

Trump could fuel a nuclear energy boom in 2017

For the vast untapped potential of the nuclear energy industry and the uranium that feeds it, this could contribute to a market-disrupting revival that no longer bows to fear and the politics of economy.

The bottom for uranium stocks is in!

Uranium stocks are about to go nuclear and you read it here first at Palisade Research!

Capital allocation: Canadian miners' top priority for 2017

With fluctuating commodity prices, the top priorities for Canadian miners next year will be capital allocation, strategic deal making and employing new technology and innovations, a report shows.

Big mining's age of austerity far from over

But asset sales will slow says new report.

EPA’s proposed financial responsibility rule for miners a ‘job killer’ — industry

Norm aims at ensuring that hard-rock mining companies can pay the costs of cleaning up their mines, says EPA.

CHART: Mining capex decline set to continue

Global miners have been cutting spending on new projects and expansions since 2012.

Fukushima rocked by another quake; nuclear plant briefly disrupted

Cooling system for spent nuclear fuel on the third reactor of the Fukushima plant halted for a brief period, then restarted.

US bans mining near Yellowstone national park

Authorities have blocked new mining claims on a 30,000-acres area north of the park for at least two years.

Canada’s Quebec launches online tool to help suppliers win up to $50bn in contracts

Platform aims to help local suppliers bid for contacts related to the Plan Nord, a provincial initiative to invest about $1.3 billion in infrastructure and other projects over the next five years.