Uranium News 2012



Dec. 7, 2012: Support to nuclear energy grows further in Czechs

Dec. 6, 2012: Is Uranium setting up for a happier Christmas?

Dec. 4, 2012: France’s road to a nuclear-free future may be closed

Nov. 29, 2012: Uranium spot price seasonal slow down

Nov. 29, 2012: China’s 2012 nuclear Power

Nov, 27, 2012: Urnaium ETFs might soon be glowing

Nov. 27, 2012: Uranium primed for explosion

Nov. 23, 2012: The Red Queen Syndrome

Nov. 23, 2012: Uranium stocks to benefit from Nuclear power resurgence

Nov. 22, 2012: Uranium market to improve in long-term

Nov. 21, 2012: Uranium spot price jumps on spate of sizeable deals

Nov. 20, 2012: What Uranium slump? 16 firms line up 39 bids in NSW after ban lifted

Nov. 20, 2012: Uranium, The New Contrarian Play?

Nov. 19, 2012: Long term nuclear power is here to stay

Nov. 14, 2012:  Uranium will Reemerge in coming years

Nov. 13, 2012:  Overseas Uranium mining to be stepped up

Nov. 12, 2012: Reasons to be positive on Uranium

Nov. 9, 2012: The Carolina’s concentrate on Nuclear energy

Nov. 9. 2012: US industry optimistic on Obama’s re-election

Nov. 9, 2012: Uranium Supply crunch a boon to Near term producers

Nov. 8, 2012: Uranium market analysts expect increase

Nov. 6, 2012: How a Nuclear Power plant works

Nov. 6, 2012: Japan’s Leaders give up on quitting nuclear power

Nov. 6, 2012: Nuclear power safer despite Fukushima accident

Nov. 2, 2012: Sandy shuttered us nuclear power plants back online

Nov. 1, 2012: Nuclear power outages post Sandy are second highest in decade

Nov. 1, 2012: Japan’s Hitachi Ltd. to build nuclear reactors in Britian

Oct. 31, 2012: Uranium Resources surges 8% on Positive findings for Uranium Recovery

Oct. 31, 2012: Chile, thinking again about Nuclear energy

Oct. 31, 2012: China makes nuclear power development

Oct. 25, 2012: Outlook for Uranium demand positive

Oct. 25, 2012: Uranium demand expected to Pick up as emerging markets continue to drive demand

Oct. 23, 2012: Uranium cheapest alternative fuel

Oct. 23, 2012: Uranium backflip a speedy decision

Oct. 19, 2012: Nuclear power must for ow carbon economy

Oct. 19, 2012: Uranium market looking positive

Oct. 17, 2012: Anti Nuclear plan cutting into Germany’s families

Oct. 17, 2012: Give nuclear power a larger role

Oct. 15, 2012: More Bullish signs for Uranium Stocks

Oct. 15, 2012: Gillard to promote Uranium Sales in Visit to power starved India

Oct. 15, 2012: Germany’s push to end Nuclear power comes at a hefty price for it’s Citizens

Oct. 9, 2012:  Conflicting signals continue in Uranium Market

Oct. 9, 2012:  GE Hitachi Nuclear continues to build Nuclear Infrastructure

Oct. 8, 2012: Should the World Increase It’s Reliance on Nuclear Energy?

Oct. 7, 2012: Nuclear building boost

Oct. 6, 2012: New Government could revive frozen nuclear plant plan

Oct. 4, 2012: Japanese Resource Company Secures Uranium Supplies in Uzbekistan

Oct. 4, 2012: Work starts on Ukrainian fuel plant

Oct. 4, 2012: Fast moves for nuclear development in Siberia

Oct. 4, 2012: Uranium controls point to India deal

Oct. 4, 2012: Nuclear poised to take off in developing countries

Oct. 3, 2012: Tennessee Uranium Project Plans Expansion

Oct. 3, 2012: IAEA, U.S. to cooperate on nuclear energy

Oct. 2, 2012: U.S. nuclear energy output lifted as PSEG plant powers up

Oct. 1, 2012: Nuclear plant in Abu Dhabi set to be operational in 5 years

Oct 1, 2012: Latin America poised to become uranium superpower

Oct. 1, 2012: gas to fill initial gap in Swiss nuclear exit….or will it?

Oct. 1, 2012: How to Play Uranium’s Coming Supply Shortage

Sept. 30, 2012: Confidence in Nuclear Power is on the rise

Sept. 26, 2012: Key Uranium Deals may point toward greater demand and higher prices in 2013

Sept. 25, 2012: US Panel approves NC Uranium enrichment plant

Sept. 25, 2012: Addressing the Uranium Shortfall

Sept. 25, 2012: The Internet uses 39 nuclear power stations’ energy output

Sept. 24, 2012: Nuclear Energy’s Limp Causing Uranium Prices to stumble

Sept. 22, 2012: Turkey to build 3 nuclear power plants by 2023

Sept. 21, 2012: Uranium headed towards supply deficit

Sept. 20, 2012: Uranium outlook bleak, but not everyone feels that way

Sept. 18, 2012: Japan to build 3 nuclear reactors, despite promise to axe atomic power

Sept. 12, 2012: Mid Term Uranium Price outlook is Positive

Sept. 12, 2012: Uranium explorer pushes nuclear power

Sept. 11, 2012: Uranium buyers and sellers move a little closer

Sept. 10, 2012: WBC OK’s bond for uranium project

Aug 29, 2012: Uranium prices need to power up

Aug 23, 2012: Why Uranium Prices will Spike in 2013

Aug 23: Nuclear power is the key to slowing global warming

 Aug, 23:  It’s confirmed-BHP Billiton Scraps $30 Billion Expansion of Olympic Dam Mega Project

Aug 23:Uranium may see boost with delay

Aug 17, 2012: Energy Fuels makes first uranium sales

Aug 15, 2012: A few insists regarding to today’s nuclear situation

Aug 15, 2012: UAE advances with US-based nuclear plan

Aug 15, 2012: Uranium miners push ahead despite price

Aug 15, 2012: UAE awards nuclear fuel contracts

Aug 8, 2012: Britain gives nuclear a 2nd chance

Aug 7, 2012: Uranium Upside yet to be seen

Aug 6, 2012: Japanese investors re-embrace nuclear Power

Aug 6, 2012: Nuclear energy supply reduced by 9.2% in 2011

July 31, 2012: Hope builds for Uranium While Spot Price slides

June 26, 2012: US Nuclear power generation up 10% by 2035

July 20,2012: Spot Uranium sleeping Beauties before the market wakes up

June 19, 2011: Uranium market to pick up as reactors come back

June 17, 2012: Japan’s restart, supply shortages could see uranium prices back up to $70.00

June 7, 2012: A Major Uranium Supply Gap is Looming

May 14, 2012: Shale Gas, Megatons to Megawatts, and the coming Uranium shortage

  • Supply and Demand:

    Demand Side: Governments worldwide struggle for solutions to control green house gas emissions and produce affordable energy; nuclear power is the cleanest, least expensive and most secure source of electricity. There are currently 440 operational nuclear reactors world wide and that number is expected to grow significantly within the next decade.

    supply and demand



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