Twitter | Search | |
Search Refresh
Nathan Fowler 22h
Reply Retweet Like
Ro₿ Chang ☢️ 6h
I’m on the lookout for the right executive opportunity. Been shown and still considering a few in mining (gold/silver/uranium) and blockchain. Doing my due diligence and have my DMs open if any new opportunities are out there.
Reply Retweet Like
numerco 7h
Spot 2980/3000 USc/Lb (Delivery at CMO , Chg -23c, -0.77%) CMO = CVD 60c/Lb, CMO = CMX 75c/Lb See
Reply Retweet Like
Uranium Producers Am Sep 16
1/3 Proposed deal cuts average US utility quota of Russian uranium from 20% to 17%.
Reply Retweet Like
The Gravedigger Sep 16
To simplify things there are two reasons (potentially add a 3rd) to why utilities are not long term contracting. All but one have been discussed in some way on Twitter. Impossible to provide a date but this will change with in the next 18 months
Reply Retweet Like
Matt Gordon | CRUX Investor 16h
🌟 ($VMY) 🌟 Australia's largest Project. Low-Risk. Open-pit. Predicted to produce 3.5Mlbs pa for 15-years. Operating costs reduced 7% over life of mine & 20% shaved from CAPEX Listen to our Crux Investor Podcast here:
Reply Retweet Like
Eduardo Bortoli 20h
Replying to @VinceTradeEng
is above 70 $ easy i believe, i like UEC projects, despite many people not liking the CEO and his remuneration, UEC is among my biggest positions together with CCJ!
Reply Retweet Like
John Quakes Sep 16
Lobo Tiggre: "I can't promise that 's about to take off tomorrow. I can say that the fundamentals are very strong... there are factors in play right now that could push uranium up in the near term, not just long term"🐂🤠
Reply Retweet Like
Never NEOM 3h
Fears over ambitions after found at site more:
Reply Retweet Like
Neal Reasland 3h
Energy CEO Amir Adnani has permitted 4 U.S. projects in the last decade. He states that it will be a minimum of 5 years for US projects to receive permits from the beginning of the process to permit in hand. He also said that process takes 2 years in Africa.
Reply Retweet Like
The Gravedigger Sep 17
Probably the most important thing I will say in 2020 on
Reply Retweet Like
Michaelangelo Sep 15
Retrospect of the 2004 market, eerily similar
Reply Retweet Like
J Kerr 6h
do the nuclear utilities not believe there is a shortage of uranium? Why do they wait to contract? Any insight is appreciated.
Reply Retweet Like
Brent Brickman 21h
Not sure how accurate this is but time index 3:40 for an estimate of reserves on Indian lands.
Reply Retweet Like
Matthew Bucknell 24h
Quakes blocked me for an unknown reason but let’s make sure this debate isn’t one sided
Reply Retweet Like
Centrus Energy Sep 14
Centrus Welcomes Proposed Agreement to Extend the Russian Suspension Agreement
Reply Retweet Like
Neal Reasland 8h
If your favorite or project hasn't gone above and beyond when it comes to environment and social elements, it could play a role in its ability to get financed. Quality of management is more important than ever.
Reply Retweet Like
Michaelangelo Sep 15
“The Perfect Storm” is definitely still brewing in the market
Reply Retweet Like
Uranium Equities 20h
what to expect from the next chemical assays results
Reply Retweet Like
Cycle Investor Sep 14
Very interesting... enCore Energy Announces Appointment of Paul Goranson as Chief Executive Officer
Reply Retweet Like