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The following companies are performing uranium prospection and/or exploration in Belarus: RUE Belgeo
The following companies are performing uranium prospection and/or exploration in Bulgaria: Cambridge Mineral Resources plc , Kaboko Mining Ltd (formerly Uran Ltd, application), Bulgarian Mining Corporation Ltd
The following companies are performing uranium prospection and/or exploration in Hungary: Whildhorse Energy
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> Uranium mining near Pécs is opposed by neMecsek Mozgalom (Movement neMecsek)
For the time being, there will be no referendum on the uranium mine in Pécs after the Local Election Commission has rejected the initiative of the ÖPE.
"The decision is, of course, appealed, and if necessary, we will go to the Constitutional Court and even initiate the amendment of the mining law," ÖPE president János Kõvári said. (bama.hu Apr. 17, 2019)
A hearing will be held on Dec. 5, 2018, in Kővágószőlős.
> Download: Communication on holding public hearings , Oct. 26, 2018 (221kB PDF - in Hungarian)
Magyar Urán Resources Kft. appealed the decision on May 18, 2018. (BMK Sep. 26, 2018)
On Aug. 3, 2007, WildHorse Energy Ltd announced that Eurash (a joint venture between WildHorse Energy and Sparton Resources) has signed an agreement with Bakonyi Erőmű Zrt (BEZ), the owner of large volumes of mining slag and fly ash as waste products from a coal fired power station at Ajka in western Hungary. The Ajka site contains several heaps of ash, totalling close to 20 million tonnes of material. Measurements of these heaps between 1992 and 1995 indicate that U3O8 grades ranged between 94 and 152 ppm [0.0080 - 0.0129% U] in the ash, and between 33 and 137 ppm [0.0028 - 0.0116% U] in cinders.
Eurash plans to evaluate the uranium content of the ash as well as other metals in the mining slag, with a view to developing a project to recover and process the uranium and other metals.
WildHorse Energy Limited and Sparton Resources Inc. have entered into a Memorandum of Understanding to identify and evaluate the possibility of extracting commercial quantities of uranium from waste coal ash generated by many large central European power stations which burn high uranium content lignitic or brown coals. Wildhorse has already started evaluating one specific opportunity in Hungary. Analyses on this material done between 1992 and 1995 indicate the ash contains between 90 and 150 ppm U3O8 [0.0076 - 0.0127% U]. Sparton already is evaluating a similar project in Yunnan Province, China. (Wildhorse/Sparton May 24, 2007; MiningNews Net May 25, 2007)
Uranium mining in Italy is opposed by Legambiente Lombardia
On Sep. 20, 2006, Italian environmentalists vowed to oppose a project to extract uranium at Novazza in the Seriana valley in the northern region of Lombardy, saying it could cause radioactive contamination of the area.
Australia-listed exploration company Metex Resources Ltd. said earlier this week it wanted to explore 300 hectares in the mountains some 85 km northeast of Milan.
Uranium was first discovered in the region in the 1960s, but has never been commercially exploited.
Metex has started a process to gain the necessary permits for the US$150 million project.
Lombardy's regional government is evaluating the project.
Andrea Poggio, head of the Legambiente environmental action group for the Lombardy region told Reuters: "We are very angry that they have not informed local people...We are strongly opposed to it." Poggio said the project presented two main threats: possible radioactive contamination of the valley through rain and mountain springs which can spread radioactive elements from ore once it is extracted, and the radioactive gas radon which accompanies mine works.
Legambiente plans to discuss the project on Sep. 28, 2006, with local authorities and residents of the area. (Reuters Sep. 21, 2006; Legambiente)
Film: Uranium Project , by Stefania Prandi and Alan Gard, 45 minutes, 2011 (in Italian)
[about opposition to uranium mining at Novazza]
> Watch trailer: URANIUM PROJECT - Presentazione (Youtube - in Italian)
The following companies are performing uranium prospection and/or exploration in Macedonia, Former Yugoslav Republic: Universal Mining Investments Macedonia (Perth, WA)
The following companies are performing uranium prospection and/or exploration in Poland: European Resources Pty Ltd (owned by 92 Energy Ltd ), Whildhorse Energy
Opposition to uranium mining in Poland: Powiedz Nie dla Kopalni Uranu w Sudetach
However, according to information obtained form local opponents on Feb. 24, the Australian company European Resources Poland is still involved in a court battle to obtain the exploration licenses requested in Poland. Now, it's the Wrocław Regional Environmental Director's (RDOS) turn to make a decision.
The Polish Nuclear Power Programme was adopted by the Council of Ministers on 28 January 2014.
> Download Polish Nuclear Power Programme, Ministry of Economy, January 2014 - English Version: (2.9MB MS Word DOCX) · (3MB PDF, from National Atomic Energy Agency)
> Download Written summary of the strategic environmental assessment results and justification for the selection of the Polish Nuclear Power Programme - English version (6.3MB PDF, from German Ministry of Environment)
The following companies are performing uranium prospection and/or exploration in Portugal: Berkeley Resources Ltd
Uranium mining in Nisa is being opposed by Movimento Urânio em Nisa, Não (MUNN) , Quercus .
> view Quercus statement: "Quercus against approval of uranium mine in Nisa: environmental and public health hazards inadequately evaluated" (July 24, 1999)
The following companies are performing uranium prospection and/or exploration in Romania: Valhalla Resources Ltd.
Tulgheş-Grinţieş uranium mine will be opened, Minister announces:
The uranium mine at Tulgheş-Grinţieş will be opened, announced the Minister of Energy, Virgil Popescu. Romania will thus continue to have its own nuclear fuel.
"[...] Crucea Mine: This mine no longer has uranium, so it is closing. The Tulgheş-Grinţieş mine has uranium, a mine that passed from the administration of the National Uranium Company to the administration of Nuclearelectrica to ensure the integrated nuclear circuit. So, we will open the uranium mine at Tulgheş-Grinţieş in order to still have our own nuclear fuel! [...]", the official announced, writes News.ro. (profit.ro Sep. 28, 2021)
Mining license for Tulgheş-Grinţieş deposit transferred to Nuclearelectrica:
Nuclearelectrica, the only nuclear energy producer in Romania, announces that it has signed the additional act of taking over the license for the concession of the uranium ore exploitation activity from the Tulgheş-Grinţieş perimeter, located in Neamţ County.
The company received the exploitation license together with all the related rights and obligations, free of charge, by transfer from the National Uranium Company, according to the information on the stock exchange. (Ziarul Financiar, Aug. 5, 2021)
Romania plans to open new uranium mine in the East Carpathian Mountains:
The uranium mine in Crucea-Botuşana, Suceava County, will close this year, but Romania plans to extract ore in Neamţ County. The opening of a new mine takes about two years, according to energy experts consulted by Libertatea.
Minister of Energy Virgil Popescu stated that Romania will continue to extract uranium, as another mine will be opened in the Tulgheş-Grinţieş perimeter, in Neamţ County.
It will be operated by Nuclearelectrica , a state-owned company that will take over the operating license from CNU. It will also take over the uranium processing plant of Feldioara, in Braşov County. (Libertatea Mar. 3, 2021)
Ministry of Economy: Romania could open a new uranium mine:
Romania could open a new uranium mine in Suceava County, said Maricel Popa, State Secretary at the Ministry of Economy, quoted in a statement sent to Agerpres on Monday (Aug. 26).
"... the chances are very high to find financing for the development of the Tulgheş-Grinţieş deposit", he said.
(Agerpres Aug. 26, 2013)
The total value of the investment stands at 407.331 million Lei (about 91.43 million Euros), VAT included, out of which 322 million Lei are allotted to the construction and assembly works. The annual average uranium ore exploitation capacity accounts for 124,000 tonnes and the project is planned to be developed in 108 months. (ACTMedia Sep. 19, 2013)
CNU announces plans for Tulgheş-Grinţieş uranium mine project in the East Carpathian Mountains
On May 3, 2012, the National company of uranium (CNU) advised that it plans to apply for the environmental permit for the proposed Tulgheş-Grinţieş uranium mine.
> Download Public Announcement, May 3, 2012 (PDF - in Romanian)
Feasibility study to be resumed for uranium mining in the East Carpathian Mountains: The capacity for radioactive ore explotation that National Company of Uranium (CNU) wants to build in the Carpatii Orientali (Neamţ and Harghita county) will cost over 70 million euro, the General Manager of the company, Nicu Popa, stated for the NewsIn. At present, CNU wants to update the feasibility study initially made in 2004, and, once started, the construction of the exploitation capacity could be completed in five years. (ACT Media Aug. 20, 2009)
The National company of uranium (CNU) will resume the feasibility study for the new capacity for the exploitation of radioactive ores, from the Oriental Carpathian Mountains, study to have been made initially in 2004, the general manager of CNU Iosif Moldovan said .
"The importance of this project is the supply with natural uranium necessary to the functioning of units in Cernavodă and the development of the National Nuclear Programme. In Romania, there are no other projects, CNU is the only company in the domain" Iosif Moldovan said. (ACT Media Mar 19, 2009)
The following companies are performing uranium prospection and/or exploration in Sweden: Svenska Skifferolje AB, Mawson Resources Ltd., Hodges Resources Ltd , Continental Precious Minerals Inc., Beowulf Mining plc , Energy Ventures plc, Nordic Diamonds Ltd. , Aura Energy Ltd , Sino King Enterprise Investment Ltd (Hongkong), Sagacity Holdings Ltd, Trans Atlantic Metals AG , All Star Minerals plc , IGE Nordic AB , Energy Ventures Ltd , Norrsken Energy Limited , Goldsearch Ltd , Mercer Gold Corp. , Uranium Prospects Plc , District Metals Corp.
For opposition to uranium mining in Sweden, see: Nej till uranbrytning (in Swedish)
On April 15, 2007, Continental Precious Minerals Inc. filed an appeal to reverse the decision of The Mining Inspectorate of Sweden not to grant them prospecting rights in Billingen.
In 2006, Svenska Skifferolje AB, Mawson Resources Ltd., and Continental Precious Minerals Inc. applied for prospecting rights in a large area covering most of the cambrium silur triangle of Billingen - Ålleberg - Gerumsberget. The Mining Inspectorate received massive protests from the County Administration of Västergötland , all affected cities, as well as from farmers and other organisations. The applications were all turned down.
In May 2005, Svenska Skifferolje AB applied for prospecting rights in Skaraborg. After massive local protests, the application was turned down by the Mining Inspectorate of Sweden (Bergsstaten ).
Jämtland County Council says no to uranium mining: Last week, the County Council of Jämtland said no to uranium mining in Oviken, thus voting against the county board's proposal. (Östersunds Posten Dec. 2, 2013)
Court declares unused uranium exploration licences in Jämtland forfeit:
The exploration licenses Hara 1 and Näkten 1 in Fåker were held by the Australian company Aura Energy Ltd since 2007. When the company requested an extension, landowners could show that Aura had never begun drilling for uranium, and therefore should forfeit the right to extend. The Administrative Court ruled in favour of the landowners. The Mining Inspectorate (Bergsstaten) has appealed the decision.
The extension of the exploration license for Marby 1 located between Månsåsen and Hallen was approved, however. (Östersunds Posten Oct. 18, 2013)
Municipalities demand power of veto against uranium prospection in alum shale: A number of municipalities demand the power of veto against the prospection in alum shale. In an open letter to the government the chairman of the municipality board of the 24 affected municipalities and farmer Carl Piper writes that if the shale is mined, the land, groundwater and farming would be threatened for the foreseeable future. Exploration companies are now queuing up to prepare for large-scale mining including uranium and natural gas. (Östersunds Posten June 19, 2013)
Municipalities launch website against uranium mining projects in Oviken:
The four municipalities Berg, Östersund and Åre Krokom have launched a joint website where they show their opposition and their shared concerns about the plans for a uranium mining in Oviken. (Östersunds Posten Apr. 29, 2013)
> Oviken - kulturbygd eller gruva (Oviken - cultural traditions or mine)
Demonstration against uranium exploration and mining held in Oviken, Jämtland: On April 3, 2013, a demonstration against uranium exploration and mining was held in Oviken. (Östersunds Posten Apr. 3, 2013)
Activist receives award for opposition to uranium mining projects in Jämtland: The Green Party of Jämtland awards an environmental prize every year and this year's winner is Diana Fernlund of Myrviken, who received the award for her opposition to the exploration and mining of uranium. A few years ago, she started the initiative No to uranium mining in Storsjöbygden , in which she is chairman. (Östersunds Posten Mar. 18, 2013)
New uranium exploration permit awarded in spite of protests of communities:
In spite of protests of communities Berg and Åre, Continental Precious Minerals was awarded another exploration permit for uranium in an area called Gåsloken. The permit covers 3,700 hectares and is located in the border area of the two communities.
(Östersunds Posten Aug. 8, 2012)
Berg community appealed the newly granted exploration licenses for areas Gåsloken and Brattholmen. (Östersunds Posten Aug. 13, 2012)
Mayors of six communities call for companies to terminate uranium exploration:
The municipal councils of Åre, Östersund, Berg, Falköping, Tidaholm, and Skövde called on Continental Precious Minerals, Aura Energy and other uranium exploration companies to voluntarily terminate their exploratory drilling in the area.
The message is that it is wasted money because municipalities still will not allow uranium mining. In the case of uranium mining (other than for exploration), municipalities do have veto power.
(Östersunds Posten June 25, 2012, Svenska Dagbladet June 24, 2012)
> Download English translation of open letter of mayors, June 20, 2012 (PDF - Nejtilluranbrytning)
Åre municipality lost appeal against uranium exploration: The municipality's veto does not apply, thereby enjoying Australian mineral company Aura Energy clearance to test drilling for uranium in Marby in Åre municipality. The municipality appealed the decision on the grounds that the risk was that heavy metals such as uranium and nickel could end up in the Storsjön Lake. But the Environment Court does not consider the arguments but notes that the municipality's veto power does not include drilling. (Östersunds Posten June 21, 2012)
Court grants landowners' appeal against extension of uranium exploration permit in Jämtland: The administrative court in Luleå has granted the appeal of 11 landowners and canceled the extension of Aura Energy's exploration permit for uranium in an area of Berg and Östersund municipalities. In December 2010, the Mining Inspectorate (Bergsstaten) had extended the exploration permit (issued in 2007) until August 2013. (Östersunds Posten Feb. 14, 2012)
Court rejects municipal vetoes to uranium exploration in Jämtland: The Östersund Land and Environment Court rejects the municipality's appeal of the county administrative board's decision, which gives Aura Energy Sweden AB permission to test drill the exploration permit Häggån No. 1 in the Berg and Åre municipalities. The court finds that the exploration of uranium is not covered by the local government veto. It applies only to the mining of uranium. Berg and Åre municipalities may lodge an appeal at the Svea Court of Appeal within three weeks. (Östersunds Posten Feb. 6, 2012)
Municipality continues to appeal extension of exploration licenses in Oviken:
Berg Municipality continues to appeal the decision on extended exploration permits issued for continued uranium exploration in Oviken.
This time, the City has appealed the decisions in the areas of Mo, Hackåsen and Kämpdalen.
In a statement to the county of Norrbotten, about the exploration permit relating to Rörön in Oviken, the municipality maintains its previous 'no' and refers to the decision in principle regarding exploration and mining of uranium in Berg, the City Council took in 2007. (Östersunds Posten Oct. 20, 2011)
Group appeals uranium exploration license granted in Oviken, Jämtland: The County Board last week allowed Continental Precious Minerals to explore a land area of Oviken for uranium. The decision will now be appealed by the Association Nej till uran i Storsjöbygden (No to uranium in Storsjöbygden). (Sveriges Radio Oct. 10, 2011)
Berg Municipality opposes the extension of the uranium exploration permits granted to Continental Precious Minerals Inc. in Oviken. The municipality has appealed the decision of the Mining Inspectorate of Sweden (Bergsstaten ). (Östersunds Posten Sep. 20, 2011)
Krokom Municipality has appealed a decision of administrative law that extended the authorization to Aura Energy Ltd for drilling in Åre and Krokom municipalities. Both municipalities had appealed the Mining Inspectorate's decision to extend the time for test drilling, but were not retained in the Board of Auditors.
But Krokom municipality has gone ahead and appealed to the administrative court. The municipality believes that it is a fundamentally important issue, since the area where test drilling to take place is of national interest for the reindeer industry, national interest for outdoor recreation and national interest for outdoor activities. Krokom municipality also refers to the regional environmental objectives adopted in 2006 stipulating that no uranium mining will occur in Jämtland county. (Länstidningen Östersund March 16, 2011)
Around 30 persons held a demonstration in Östersund against uranium exploration by Mawson Resources Ltd. in Rörvattnet. (Östersunds Posten Apr. 7, 2007)
Protests were held at the Kläppibäcken site, where Mawson Resources started drilling for uranium exploration. (Länstidningen i Östersund March 27, 2007)
During a meeting held in Hotagen (Jämtland), residents strongly opposed uranium exploration in the area. (Östersunds Posten Oct. 13, 2006)
The community of Krokom (Jämtland) has decided to appeal Länsstyrelsen's decision to permit uranium exploration by Mawson Resources Ltd. in the area. The decision was also appealed by the Jovnevaeri sameby (Sami Village). (Östersunds Posten Oct. 12, 2006)
On Oct. 10, 2006, Mawson Resources Ltd. announced that the Company has been granted permission to drill the Tåsjö and Kläppibäcken uranium projects in Jämtland, Sweden.
Torchlight procession against proposed Häggån poly-metallic mining project:
On Tuesday (Nov. 28), about a hundred villagers participated in a torchlight procession in Oviken to show their dissatisfaction with the mining plans of company Aura Energy in the area.
The company also held two information meetings to gather the public's views on the upcoming project. (svt.se Nov. 28, 2023)
With Sweden's uranium ban lifted, Häggån poly-metallic project could produce 390 t U/a as a by-product:
In the baseline scenario for the Häggån poly-metallic project, uranium that is recovered to solution is stabilised in a calcium phosphate matrix for disposal with the tailings. It has been suggested that if the people of Sweden desired a domestic source of uranium in the future an additional circuit could be added to the Häggån poly-metallic project to produce Uranium Oxide Concentrate (UOC), or Yellowcake. [...]
The potential production of U3O8 for the base case scenario shows potential average production of ~460 t U3O8 [390 t U] per year [...]
[...] under baseline price assumptions [including US$65/lb U3O8] U3O8 could account for 14% of revenue, with vanadium remaining the dominant product. (Aura Energy Ltd, Sep. 5, 2023)
Aura Energy lodges compensation claim for loss of Häggån mining project due to Sweden's uranium ban: On Nov. 8, 2019, Aura Energy Ltd announced that it has provided Sweden a written notification under Energy Charter Treaty . Uranium mining in Sweden was banned effective August 1, 2018 and Aura Energy is seeking compensation for the financial loss resulting from this decision.
Aura Energy is claiming that the measures adopted by the Swedish Parliament was, amongst other, discriminatory, arbitrary, violated the legitimate expectations of the investor, were contrary to public interest, and did not follow due process. Thus, they argue that the Swedish measure constitute an indirect expropriation and also violates the FET clause (fair and equitable treatment) of the ECT.
The company claim $1.8 billion in compensation for loss of investment and future capital gains from said investment. (Handelsgranskaren Dec. 12, 2019)
In spite of Sweden's uranium ban, Häggån mining project still to be pursued for "battery metal" content: In view of the uranium ban issued by the Swedish Parliament on May 16, 2018, Aura Energy Limited maintained on May 23, 2018, that "The Häggån Battery Metals Project and Vanadium are not affected in any way by this new legislation [...]."
Focus at Häggån polymetallic deposit shifting from uranium to "battery metal" content:
On Dec. 13, 2017, Aura Energy Limited announced that it has commenced a process to list its 100% Häggån Project in Sweden separately on multiple international exchanges to maximise the significant value of the Battery Metal content in the project.
Aura has previously announced it was reviewing options for the Häggån Project given the large aggregate content of Battery Metals including vanadium, molybdenum, cobalt, neodymium, nickel and zinc. Most of these metals have not been fully considered in the previous technical studies. Metal prices rises over the past 2 years, including 400% for vanadium and 300% for cobalt, have significantly altered the aggregate metal value, and value-mix, of the Häggån deposit. These changes are the key drivers to this reassessment of Häggån.
Remodelled scoping study shows viability of heavily downsized development options for Häggån uranium mine project: On Dec. 4, 2013, Aura Energy Ltd announced - "given the current market conditions" - the results of remodelling the 2012 scoping study for smaller size options than the originally assumed mining rate of 30 million t per year - "options which are more likely to attract funding than a project with a high initial capital cost". Aura concludes that the remodelling "has demonstrated robust project financials at all scales of operation".
Areva refrains from partnership in Häggån uranium mine project: On July 12, 2013, Aura Energy Ltd announced that AREVA Mines SA has elected not to proceed with the proposed strategic partnership involving the Häggån uranium and polymetallic project announced to the market on 7 February 2013.
Areva selected as preferred strategic partner for Häggån uranium mine project: On Feb. 7, 2013, Aura Energy Ltd announced that it has entered into a binding Co-operation Agreement with Areva Mines SA (Areva). Under the terms of the Co-operation Agreement, Areva will undertake an agreed work program in relation to the project over an initial 4 month period. During the period of the Co-operation Agreement, Aura Energy Ltd and Areva will work in good faith to finalise a pre-feasibility study work program, and also conclude the terms of an Option Agreement and Joint Venture Agreement under which Areva may acquire an interest in the project.
"Global miner" interested in partnership to develop Häggån project: On Oct. 29, 2012, Aura Energy Ltd announced that it had received a second offer from another major uranium market participant (a "global miner") for a partnership to develop the Häggån deposit.
On Aug. 14, 2012, Aura Energy Ltd announced that it signed an Exclusivity Agreement with "a major uranium market participant", in respect of a potential strategic partnership for the Häggån uranium and polymetallic project in Sweden.
On May 29, 2012, Aura Energy Ltd announced that a Revised Scoping Study financial model prepared by independent consultants RMDSTEM confirms that the Häggån Project is financially robust.
On Feb. 7, 2012, Aura Energy Ltd announced that a scoping study confirms the economic viability for a bioheap leach project at Häggån.
Continental Precious Minerals Inc. disposes of Viken uranium deposit: "VIKEN PROJECT: During the year ended May 31, 2016, the Company impaired the carrying value of the property to $1. During the year ended May 31, 2017, the Company transferred the 11 mineral claims comprising the Sweden Uranium Project to EU Energy Corp. [...]" (Continental Precious Minerals Inc., Aug. 29, 2017)
Continental Precious Minerals Inc. no longer plans to develop Viken uranium deposit: On Aug. 24, 2016, Continental Precious Minerals Inc. disclosed in its annual filings that the company has impaired the Viken Project to $1. "In summary, given the fact that the Company's Swedish consultants, lawyers and the IOM are unwilling to provide any type of comfort as to how the Exploitation Concession Application may fair, and that local officials are uniformly opposed to the Viken Project, the Board of Directors of the Company is greatly concerned about spending any future money on the Viken Project. Over the course of the last several months, the Company has approached potential purchasers of the Viken Project in Canada, Europe, Asia and Australia, all without success to date. If the Board is unable to identify a buyer in the medium term, the probability is that the Viken Project will be abandoned as not feasible [...]"
Preparation of mining license application for Viken deposit commissioned:
On Feb. 27, 2015, Continental Precious Minerals Inc. announced that it has started the preparations for the filing of a Swedish Exploitation Concession which, if successful, will secure the mineral rights for the next 25 years.
Continental has engaged the international and locally well recognized and experienced company Golder Associates Sweden. Golder will, together with the Swedish consultancy company GeoVista AB, prepare the Exploitation Concession. Extensive environmental and social impact data will be collected by these independent consultants and other specialists, and the data will later be assessed by the Swedish Mining Inspectorate before a granting of an exploitation concession.
On Feb. 6, 2014, Continental Precious Minerals Inc. announced an updated Mineral Resource Estimate and Preliminary Economic Assessment ("PEA") on its MMS Viken Project in Sweden. The updated PEA is based on acidic bio-heap leaching, as opposed to the fine grinding, tank leaching and roasting approach taken in the 2010 PEA. The mine would produce four products: uranium oxide and concentrates containing nickel, copper and zinc.
According to the Technical Report dated Feb. 27, 2014, the uranium sales price assumed for the study is US$ 60 per lb U3O8, while the current spot price is $35.50.
On Sept. 13, 2010, Continental Precious Minerals Inc. announced positive results from the preliminary economic assessment ("PEA") (also called a scoping study) on its MMS Viken Licence and surrounding licences in Sweden.
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Environmental base line study commissioned over Närke oil-uranium project: On July 15, 2014, URU Metals Ltd announced the appointment of environmental consultants Pelagia Miljökonsult AB to lead a base line environmental study over the Närke Oil-Uranium Project. The Study is an essential constituent in an application for a Mining Concession and Environmental Permit.
The following companies are performing uranium prospection and/or exploration in Switzerland: Aurania Resources Ltd. , AuroVallis Sàrl
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