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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,...

Finnish company plans to start extracting uranium

Terrafame, a Finnish mining and metal processing company, announced that it has started preparing operations for uranium recovery, which would make it the only...

Greenland Minerals is beginning arbitration proceedings against the governments of Greenland and Denmark

Greenland Minerals is beginning arbitration proceedings against the governments of Greenland and Denmark over its stalled Kvanefjeld rare earth-uranium project, Kallanish reports. Arbitration has been...

EBRD has announced its support for nuclear remediation works in Min-Kush in the Kyrgyz Republic

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) has announced its support for nuclear remediation works in Min-Kush in the Kyrgyz Republic. Min Kush...

Kvanefjeld was granted preliminary approval last year

Greenland's new government is preparing legislation that will ban uranium mining and cease development of the Kvanefjeld mine, one of the biggest rare earth...

Greenland’s uranium mining issue

Only July 2, the elected government began a month-long public consultation period for a proposed bill that, in addition to mining uranium, would prohibit...

Mining in Greenland environmental frontline of global warming

In Greenland, there are currently around 70 large-scale exploration and exploitation licences. As a result, environmental organisations fear that opening up the floodgates to...

Kazatomprom had to quarantine two mines due to virus emergency

Due to a COVID-19 emergency, the world’s largest uranium producer Kazatomprom had to put two mines in quarantine. The company announced that several positive...
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