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Critical Metals Corp’s Nasdaq debut encounters early swings

Critical Metals Corp, the company behind Europe's first fully permitted lithium mine, marked its Nasdaq debut this week following a merger with Sizzle Acquisition...

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...

Sprott Unveils Europe’s Pioneer ETF for Junior Uranium Miners

The Sprott Junior Uranium Miners UCITS ETF is due to be listed in the coming weeks on London Stock Exchange, Deutsche Börse Xetra, and...

Mongolia Nears Significant Mining Agreement with French Multinational

Mongolia is close to reaching an agreement with French multinational nuclear company Orano to exploit a vast uranium mine, Prime Minister Luvsannamsrai Oyun-Erdene told...

Mining Collaborations in Mongolia Yield Diplomatic Opportunities

Mongolia’s exports are 90 per cent dependent on natural resource extraction. In October 2023, during a state visit to France, Mongolian President Ukhnaa Khurelsukh...

Madison Metals CEO says Khan uranium project becoming a precious asset

An airborne survey analysis at Madison Metals Khan uranium project in the Erongo region detected several anomalies. The project consists of mining licence 86A and...

Definitive agreement signed between District Metals and Boliden on the Tomtebo and Stollberg properties in Sweden

Until earlier this year, District Metals was best known for Tomtebo, its flagship asset. Tomtebo is still a very legitimate zinc-dominate polymetallic exploration project,...

Orano details four-year progress of uranium extraction projects in Uzbekistan

Over the last four years, the breadth of collaboration on uranium extraction in Uzbekistan has significantly expanded, demonstrating the confidence created between Orano and...

Rosatom intends to invest in uranium mining in Kazakhstan

Rosatom intends to invest in uranium mining in Kazakhstan, CEO of the Russian state nuclear corporation Alexey Likhachev told the Izvestia. "Kazakhstan is the top...
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