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January 10, 2013
08:35 EDTDNNDenison Mines announces 2013 exploration and development plans
Denison Mines announces that its 2013 exploration plans are focussed on the Athabasca Basin with over 44,000 metres of drilling planned, a 25% increase over the amount drilled in 2012. "The 2013 plan will continue to focus on expanding our 60% owned Wheeler River project resource base and other high priority Athabasca Basin exploration projects will receive more attention than in recent years" said Ron Hochstein, president and CEO of Denison. In Canada, Denison will manage or participate in 11 exploration programs, of which Wheeler River will continue to be the primary focus. The total budget for these programs is C$14.6M of which Denison's share is C$9.9M. At Wheeler River, a 25,000 metre winter and summer drill program is planned along with geophysical surveys at a total cost of C$6.8M. Drilling at Wheeler River will have a greater emphasis on exploration as compared to past years, both proximal to Phoenix and at other target areas.
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October 9, 2014
08:14 EDTDNNCameco 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.

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