By Vivien Diniz
Paladin Energy Ltd (Paladin or the Company) (ASX: PDN, TSX: PDN) notes media / blog reports indicating water from a tailings facility at Kayelekera Mine in Malawi has released into the environment. Such reports are untrue. The Company assures stakeholders that no tailings water has been released into the environment at Kayelekera
Energy Fuels Inc. (TSX:EFR,NYSEMKT:UUUU) announce the appointment ofMark Chalmers as Chief Operating Officer. Mr. Chalmers will join the Energy Fuels management team in July 2016 and oversee all of the Company’s conventional and in situ (“ISR”) uranium production operations.
By Vivien Diniz
Paladin Energy Ltd (ASX: PDN, TSX:PDN) announced the release of its Unaudited Consolidated Financial Report for the six months ended 31 December 2015. The Unaudited Consolidated Financial Report is appended to this News Release.
Other top gainers on the TSX last week were Paladin Energy, St. Augustine Copper & Gold, Orbite Technologies and Wesdome Gold Mines.
First Quantum Minerals was the top gainer on the TSX last week, followed by Richmont Mines, Paladin Energy, North American Palladium and NGEx Resources.
Mining Weekly reported that Canada’s New Democratic Party (NDP) views uranium as a “strategic asset” and would not look to reverse the governments decision to allow foreign ownership of a proposed mine.
Paladin Energy (TSX:PDN,ASX:PDN) announced its 2015 annual financial report for the year ended June 30, which showed a net loss of $368.8 million. The company also provided outlook for its full year 2016.
Energy Fuels was the top gainer on the TSX this week with a jump of 14.4 percent. It was followed by Paladin Energy, US Geothermal, Pretium Resources and Lucara Diamond.
Namibia Rare Earths (TSX:NRE) commenced an environmental impact study for its Lofdal Rare Earths project. The company selected SLR Environmental Consulting (Namibia) as the lead consulting group for completion of the assessment, expected by Q3 of 2016.
Kazakhstan was far and away the year’s top uranium-producing country with 23,127 tonnes, and it was followed by Canada with 9,134 tonnes and Australia with 5,001 tonnes. With those numbers and locations in mind, the Investing News Network took a look at the world’s 10 top uranium mines of 2014.
Cantor Fitzgerald’s second annual Global Uranium Conference featured a lineup of noteworthy uranium companies. Following the event, the Investing News Network had a chance to catch up with senior analyst Rob Chang to get a rundown of how it went.
Paladin Energy Ltd. (TSX:PDN,ASX:PDN) announced that it has acquired the Carley Bore uranium deposit from Energia Minerals Ltd. in exchange for Paladin shares and AU$1.6 million cash.
A variety of companies have been added and deleted to the S&P/TSX Global Mining Index. Here we look at what qualifies a company to be added to the index and what the newly added companies have been doing lately.
Paladin Energy Ltd. (TSX:PDN) announced its pre-leach thickener at its Langer Heinrich mine project, which was reported damaged on March 2, has been repaired and normal production was reestablished on Friday, March 13.
The markets were closed last Monday in the US and much of Canada, but that didn’t stop some companies from making impressive gains on the TSX. In first place was Nautilus Minerals with a 13.33-percent gain. It was followed by Paladin Energy, Thompson Creek Metals Company, Teranga Gold and Ur-Energy.