Paladin Energy Ltd






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Optimism that politicians south of the border would come to a resolution regarding the impending fiscal cliff helped hold up equities north of the border during the trading week. The S&P/TSX Composite Index increased 107 points for the…


TSX gains ground

Optimism that politicians south of the border would come to a resolution regarding the impending fiscal cliff helped hold up equities north of the border. The TSX Composite Index was up 107 points for the Dec. 17-20 period, closing at 12,388.71…


A conveyor at Paladin Energy's Langer Heinrich uranium mine in Namibia. Source: Paladin Energy

Paladin wields the axe

Pure-play uranium miner Paladin Energy (PDN-T) has unveiled a plan it says will trim costs by US$60 million to US$80 million over the next two years.


Forsys to combine Namibian projects

Forsys Metals (FSY-T) has updated the resource estimate for its Namibplaas uranium deposit, and says it makes sense to combine its Namibplaas and nearby Valencia uranium deposit 7 km southwest to feed via conveyor a single, optimized process…



Paladin Energy posts quarterly results

Pure-play uranium producer Paladin Energy (PDN-T) with two uranium mines in Africa produced 1.93 million pounds of uranium in the three months ended Sept. 30, down 5.8% from the June quarter due to a planned 16-day maintenance shutdown at its…


Examining cathode at BHP Billiton's Olympic Dam copper-uranium-gold mine and mill in South Australia. Photo by BHP Billiton

BHP delays Olympic Dam expansion

BHP Billiton’s (BHP-N, BLT-L) decision to delay a US$30-billion dollar expansion of its Olympic Dam copper-uranium-gold mine in South Australia due to escalating capital costs will put a forecasted uranium supply deficit under even…


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