Boss Energy MD Duncan Craib on the wave of interest in uranium, and the case to restart Honeymoon

Boss Energy MD Duncan Craib on the wave of interest in uranium, and the case to restart Honeymoon

Boss Energy head honcho Duncan Craib shares the market’s yellowcake optimism. share

Momentum is steadily building for uranium companies, as investors who have bet on the bottom for the past several years begin to see returns amid broader positive sentiment in the market.

Percolating in the background is a wave of optimism that nuclear energy will become a core part of the power mix as the world shifts away from fossil fuels and towards low-emissions power generation.

Much of that comes from the US, where nuclear power makes up around 20% of the national electricity market.The Biden Administration is continuing plans from the Trump Presidency to establish a federal reserve of uranium, which would automatically increase the size of the market for yellowcake, while climate advisor Gina McCarthy has said publicly the White House sees nuclear power standing alongside wind and solar even after the decarbonisation of the grid.Influencer investment […]

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