As a major American uranium producer, our company, Energy Fuels, we sometimes get “caught-in-the-crossfire” of political controversies. This occurred most recently on the heels of President Trump’s recent decision to reduce the size of two national monuments in Utah, as described in a Washington Post article last Friday.
Western Copper and Gold CEO Paul West-Sells discusses the Yukon-based Casino project, the company’s wholly owned, billion-tonne copper-gold project.
By Pia Rivera
Curtis Moore of Energy Fuels enumerates the other revenue-generating opportunities the company was “able to capitalize on while uranium prices remain low.”
By Melissa Shaw
Cameco will suspend production at its McArthur River mine and Key Lake milling operations by the end of January 2018 due to low uranium prices.
Primary silver producers offer the best leverage to the silver price. Here’s how to evaluate them and use them to guard against silver market volatility.
Hodge, who runs the Outsider Club, explains why he thinks a uranium rally isn’t far off. He also touches on gold, cryptocurrencies and cannabis stocks.
By Melissa Shaw
Initial output is anticipated in the first half of 2020; the PEA points to a production rate of 4,000 tonnes per day and a mine life of 19 years.
Fulp also discusses base metals, where the gold price is going in the short term and what other companies he’s interested in right now.
According to Carube Copper President and CEO Jeffrey Ackert, his company is navigating the copper industry in a period of vast opportunity.