Boss Energy poised to capitalise on decarbonisation trend and global energy crisis with Honeymoon uranium project

Boss Energy poised to capitalise on decarbonisation trend and global energy crisis with Honeymoon uranium project

Boss Energy ASX BOE decarbonisation trend global energy crisis Honeymoon uranium project Emerging producer Boss Energy (ASX: BOE) has reported a strong June quarter of activity during which it ramped up construction and generated new exploration success at the $113 million Honeymoon uranium project in South Australia.

Managing director Duncan Craib said the company’s progress was underpinned by a strategy which will see it become the country’s newest uranium producer by the end of next year.

“This was a pivotal quarter for us which demonstrated that we are executing our strategy on every level,” he said.

“We made a final investment decision to develop Honeymoon and we are now ramping up construction , ordering key equipment and refurbishing the campsite.”The period was driven by global energy utilities keen to secure uranium supplies amid the energy crisis and ongoing push towards decarbonisation.“There has been a notable increase in the level of enquiries we […]

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