Boss Energy expands execution strategy for Honeymoon uranium project re-start

Boss Energy expands execution strategy for Honeymoon uranium project re-start

Boss has appointed key personnel to ensure wellfield development and construction activities can start as soon as a final investment decision is made. Aspiring producer Boss Energy (ASX: BOE) has confirmed it will expand preliminary project execution strategies for the re-start of its Honeymoon uranium venture in South Australia.

On the back of an enhanced feasibility study released last month , the company will advance planned activities in production schedule optimisation, equipment selection and contract and procurement negotiation.

Preferred vendors are completing equipment design for long lead items, as priority work steams ahead of a final investment decision. New appointments

Boss’ process plant management team has been strengthened in recent weeks to focus on key packages along the four critical paths of engineering and procurement, water treatment plant design, wellfield planning and development, and concrete and structural steel works.New appointees Ben Jeuken (general manager wellfield and resources) and Jason Cherry (geology […]

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