Boss Energy Limited - More strong progress in preparation for re-start of Honeymoon uranium project

Boss Energy Limited – More strong progress in preparation for re-start of Honeymoon uranium project

Boss Energy Limited (ASX: BOE; OTCQB: BQSSF) is pleased to report more strong progress on several fronts as part of its preparations for the re-start of production at its Honeymoon uranium project in South Australia.

Boss is undertaking multiple work streams in line with its strategy to ensure Honeymoon is as close as practicably possible to re-starting production once the Company determines that the uranium price makes it commercially desirable to do so. Boss Managing Director Duncan Craib said: ‘Our latest outstanding progress demonstrates why Honeymoon is set to be Australia’s next uranium producer. ‘Our strategy is aimed at ensuring Boss can move from a Final Investment Decision into execution and production as rapidly as possible.

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