Paladin Energy bets on rising futures in the international uranium market
The Australian yellowcake producer continued to negotiate new sales agreements with various utilities ahead of the restart of its Namibia mine in the first quarter of 2024.
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▪ Paladin Energy bets on rising futures in the international uranium market
▪ The Australian yellowcake producer continued to negotiate new sales agreements with various utilities ahead of the restart of its Namibia mine in the first quarter of 2024.
The current global environment is particularly favourable for Paladin Energy, which is organising its return to the very small club of uranium producers in the world in less than 18 months.
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