Remembering the Last Uranium Bull

October 9, 2018By adminCEO Blog

One hears the following saying on numerous occasions and ponders upon its validity: Back in the good old days… Well nothing says “back in the good old days” in the resource sector like the uranium sector a little over a decade ago, in 2007. It is the stuff of legends. You see spot uranium prices … Read More

Why grade is “King”?

October 1, 2018By adminCEO Blog

Here’s a relevant fact: the Athabasca Basin is the world’s highest-grade uranium district. What does that really mean? The answer to that could not be simpler than the following: In the mining industry “Grade is King”.  And in the world of uranium mining, the Athabasca Basin in northern Saskatchewan, is its undisputed ruler. With an … Read More

2019, the return of the long-awaited Uranium Bull?

September 24, 2018By adminCEO Blog

As you may know Azincourt Energy, in addition to its lithium exploration projects, has two advanced uranium exploration projects in the prolific Athabasca Basin, Saskatchewan, (as well as an early stage exploration project in the Picotani volcanic field, Puno, Peru). As some of you might know, the Athabasca Basin is one of the world’s most … Read More

“Japan court rules in favor of restart of Kansai Elec’s Takahama reactors” – Reuters

March 28, 2017By adminCEO Blog, Uranium News

Check out today’s news in favor of Uranium demand about restarting Nuclear Reactors post-Fukushima in Japan: A Japanese high court on Tuesday overturned a lower court’s order to shut two reactors operated by Kansai Electric Power, a company spokesman said, potentially ending a drawn-out legal battle and helping the utility to cut fuel costs. The decision, … Read More

“Nuclear Energy Demand Increases” – Stockhouse

March 28, 2017By adminCEO Blog, Uranium News

Read up on how Azincourt Uranium, among others, are working to facilitate the increased demand for nuclear energy. Rapid population growth, along with improved lifestyle has resulted in a strong energy demand from households, in both advanced nations and emerging markets. Rising demand for a variety of products have driven industrial developments in various countries, … Read More

“Russia’s Uranium One may reduce production in Kazakhstan” – Nuclear Engineering

March 26, 2017By adminCEO Blog, Uranium News

Check out how Uranium One, the Canadian company who held the six largest uranium deposits in Kazakhstan, is evolving with the changing Uranium market in 2017. Russian state nuclear corporation Rosatom said on 22 March that it could reduce production at some uranium mines in Kazakhstan without violating licensing and contractual obligations. Rosatom’s international mining … Read More