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February 9, 2013
13:52 EDTCCJCameco: Little improvement in Japan, but seeing some clarity on some issues
In a press release the company said: There was little improvement in 2012 over 2011 due to the lingering effects of the events in Japan, as well as global economic slowdown. However, we started to see some clarity on issues that have been overhanging the market. The most significant of these was the establishment in Japan of the Nuclear Regulatory Authority, NRA, which is currently drafting new safety standards for the nuclear industry in that country, against which reactor restarts will be evaluated. The NRA indicated that this process would likely take until mid-2013. While this means that reactor restarts will take longer than we had previously thought, we believe that the NRA brings important stability to the nuclear regulatory environment in Japan, and welcome the clarity it has already brought to the issue of reactor restarts.
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October 9, 2014
08:14 EDTCCJCameco reports first uranium concentrate from Cigar Lake ore
Cameco (CCJ) announced last night that the McClean Lake mill has started producing uranium concentrate from ore mined at the Cigar Lake operation in northern Saskatchewan. The Cigar Lake mine is 50.025% owned by Cameco, while AREVA Resources Canada has a 37.1% stake, Idemitsu Canada Resources has a 7.875% stake and TEPCO Resources a 5.0% stake. The mine is operated by Cameco. The McClean Lake mill is owned by AREVA Resources Canada, with 70%, Denison Mines (DNN), with 22.5%, and OURD Canada, with 7.5%, and is operated by AREVA.
October 7, 2014
05:25 EDTCCJCameco reports McArthur River, Key Lake workers accept contract offer
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