Nothing works without energy
The Climate Cabinet will meet in Germany this week. The question is whether a tax on carbon dioxide can help achieve climate goals. However, the CO2 tax also has opponents. The Paris climate targets are difficult to achieve, especially when a country like Germany has turned its back on nuclear energy. Other countries continue to rely heavily on nuclear power, which is clean and indispensable in the overall energy mix.
The USA has also recognised how important it is to have a sufficient supply of energy, including uranium as a raw material. US President Donald Trump has just set up a working group to look into expanding domestic nuclear fuel production, including uranium mining. Because this is about national security, says Trump. The USA still has a lot of uranium to import.
Of course, this has also pleased uranium companies such as Uranium Energy, which are developing environmentally friendly in-situ recovery (ISR) projects. Uranium Energy - http://www.commodity-tv.net/c/search_adv/?v=298864 -owns a fully licensed processing plant in South Texas and several uranium projects. The portfolio includes another uranium project in Wyoming, various projects in Arizona, Paraguay and New Mexico as well as a uranium-vanadium project in Colorado. There is also a large and rich ferro-titanium deposit in Paraguay.
For uranium companies, the future also seems to be developing well. Because the construction and planning of reactors is running at full speed in many countries, unlike in Germany. The gap between supply and demand is widening.
IsoEnergy - http://www.commodity-tv.net/c/search_adv/?v=299209 - with its projects, which are all located in the uranium stronghold Athabasca Basin in Saskatchewan, should also be pleased about the development. High grade uranium mineralization has already been identified.
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