Boss eyes uranium production
The Perth company pushing to re-open the mothballed Honeymoon uranium mine in South Australia’s north-east says it has all of the required permits to restart mining operations.
Last week’s Boss Energy announcement to the ASX comes after the company conducted a comprehensive permit review for federal and state approvals to mine, process, store, transport and export uranium from Honeymoon in the state’s north-east.
Boss said the permits included the ion exchange columns, which aimed to reduce costs.It said the announcement placed the company one step closer to producing uranium at the dormant mine, which was closed in 2013 because it was too expensive to run.“We will now complete the Enhanced Feasibility Study in the coming weeks, paving the way for binding offtake contracts and a clear pathway for the re-start of production, thereby capitalising on Boss’ first-mover advantage in the uranium cycle,” Managing Director Duncan Craib […]
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