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UPDATE 1-Going nuclear: Australia's Macquarie buys Deutsche uranium book ... - Reuters


UPDATE 1-Going nuclear: Australia's Macquarie buys Deutsche uranium book ...
Reuters
For a bank that has financed a large part of Australia's natural resources boom over the last decade, including uranium miners, the trading operation is seen by some as a good fit. While prices of yellowcake - known as U308 UX-U3O8-SPT in the industry ...

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Going nuclear: Australia's Macquarie buys Deutsche uranium book -source - Reuters


Going nuclear: Australia's Macquarie buys Deutsche uranium book -source
Reuters
For a bank that has financed a large part of Australia's natural resources boom over the last decade, including uranium miners, the trading operation is seen by some as a good fit. While prices of yellowcake - known as U308 UX-U3O8-SPT in the industry ...
RPT-Going nuclear: Australia's Macquarie buys Deutsche uranium book -sourceReuters Africa

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Cauldron Energy intersects high grade, near-surface uranium at Bennet Well - Proactive Investors Australia


Proactive Investors Australia

Cauldron Energy intersects high grade, near-surface uranium at Bennet Well
Proactive Investors Australia
“The shallow depth of the intersections means potential production is expected to be at the lower end of the US$8-22/ lb mine gate in-situ recovery (ISR) uranium unit cost of production which will potentially improve the economic viability of mining at ...

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Australia's uranium agreement with India under attack - On Line opinion


Australia's uranium agreement with India under attack
On Line opinion
Carlson notes that the civil nuclear cooperation agreement signed by Australia and India in September contains "substantial departures from Australia's current safeguards conditions" which suggest "that Australia may be unable to keep track of what ...

Nuclear deal with India compromised by 'vague' details - The Age


Nuclear deal with India compromised by 'vague' details
The Age
Nuclear power has not been Australia's choice. But Australia has made the decision to be a nuclear supplier, exporting uranium around the world for use in civilian power plants. Those exports have been highly regulated, for good reason. Successive ...

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