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Orano risks losing uranium mining rights in Niger as Russia eyes Imouraren deposit

French nuclear giant Orano SA may lose its right to mine uranium in Niger by June 19, 2024, after the country rejected its development...

Kyrgyzstan’s uranium mining resumption sparks fears of environmental disaster

Environmental activists in Kyrgyzstan are raising alarms over the potential for a disaster following the parliament’s decision to lift a five-year ban on uranium...

Berkeley Energia pursues international arbitration over Spain’s rejection of uranium mine approval

Australian mining company Berkeley Energia has announced its intention to escalate its dispute with Spain to international arbitration after the country declined to grant...

Kyrgyzstan’s uranium mining debate: Weighing economic benefits against environmental concerns

Kyrgyzstan is contemplating lifting the moratorium on uranium and thorium mining, imposed in 2019 following the Kyzyl-Ompol field scandal. The Ministry of Natural Resources,...

Swedish Government will investigate the feasibility of lifting its ban on uranium mining

Although Sweden has six nuclear power plants that provide around a third of its electricity, it currently does not produce any of its own...

Mining of deposits with a uranium concentration over 100 parts per million (ppm) is illegal

Mining at Greenland Minerals' Kuannersuit has been halted by Greenland legislation banning the mining of uranium, Reuters reported. Kuannersuit is also known as Kvanefjeld. Australian-based Greenland...

Greenland’s parliament is expected to pass a bill reinstating a ban on uranium mining

Within weeks, Greenland's parliament, the Inatsisartut, is expected to pass a bill reinstating a ban on uranium mining that was lifted in 2013 following...
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