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This Web Portal is made available to I2M Clients, Associates, geoscientists and the general public worldwide with a focus on scientific topics of interest offered by the management of I2M Associates, LLC. More →

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I2M Associates, LLC is a professional practice offering experienced geologists, hydrogeologists, engineers, and other scientists with many years in mineral exploration and project management, mergers and acquisitions, and environmental assessments, including Brownfields redevelopment. Related areas of expertise include forensic and feasibility studies in the mining industry, the environmental industry and the legal community in the U.S. and overseas.

Led by Jeffrey D. King, P.G., and Michael D. Campbell, P.G., P.H., the Principals have served industry in the U.S. and overseas for de... More →
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Index / Uranium (Nuclear Minerals) / Exploration, Mining, Marketing, Acquisitions
Mark Melin reports that there is one magical component in the world that has a rather odd duplicity. Uranium is simultaneously used for power enhancement but to two different outcomes. In one sense uranium is used to generate electricity while eliminating short term air pollution that can be a pesky problem. The other use is in nuclear weapons. Both appear to be in an uptrend.

Calling Uranium the clean, affordable alternative fuel of the future, the authors of a Goldman Sachs Group Inc., Global Metals and Mining report appear stimulated by the demand potential for an ecological extr... More →
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Australia's uranium has been mined since 1954, and three mines are currently operating. More are planned. Australia's known uranium resources are the largest in the world or 31% of the world total.

In 2014, Australia produced 5897 tonnes of U3O8 (5000 tU). It is the third-ranking producer in the world, behind Kazakhstan and Canada. All production is exported.

Australia uses no nuclear power, but with high reliance on coal, any likely carbon constraints on electricity generation will make it a strong possibility.

In 2015 the South Australian government set up ... More →
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Uranium production has steadily increased over the years, with slight dips the past two years. In 2014, the total world production was 56,217 tonnes of uranium.

This number falls short of the 59,370 tonnes produced in 2013, as well as the 58,394 tonnes produced in 2012. The decline was not limited to one country, but spread across the world because of the low uranium price.

The current 10 top uranium-producing countries of 2014, as per statistics from the World Nuclear Association are reviewed. They are -

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2. Canada
3. Australia
4. N... More →
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Candu Energy is hopeful about selling the first Canadian nuclear reactor in years after Romanian and Chinese state-owned companies signed a letter of intent to invest in and develop two new reactors in Romania. The subsidiary of SNC-Lavalin said the new units would be built at the Cernavoda site where initial construction was halted in the early 1990s. They would expect that Candu would be a part of that because we are the exclusive licensee of that technology, Candu spokeswoman Katherine Ward said in an interview. She said Candu officials are in Romania meeting with the China Nuclear Power En... More →
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Josh Bevan reports on the activities of the South Australia Royal Commissioner looking into Nuclear Energy by Kevin Scarce who has just returned to Australia from overseas. He conducted a series of inspections of nuclear facilities and processing plants in Asia, including Japan, and Europe. He gave Ian Henschke and 891 listeners a comprehensive account of what he discovered.
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The World Nuclear Association offers the Information Library, which consists of over 180 frequently-updated pages, and which together provide encyclopedic coverage of topics related to nuclear power and other nuclear technologies while answering some of the key questions about nuclear energy.

The World Nuclear Association is the international organization that promotes nuclear energy and supports the many companies that comprise the global nuclear industry.
Our membership encompasses virtually all world uranium mining, conversion, enrichment and fuel fabrication, all reactor v... More →
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This new Electrical Storm Warning resource outlines procedures that provide direction to identify the presence of electrical storms and protect the workers, equipment and facilities from hazards created by the presence of electrical storms. Additionally, this procedure applies to all mining functional areas, operations, projects, geology, exploration, and offices, including employees, vendors, visitors and contractors performing work on mine property.

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This procedure provides direction to identify the presence of electrical storms and protect the workers, equipm... More →
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WNN reports that Ukraine is preparing the legal document required to cancel its contract with Russia concerning the completion of two units at the Khmelnitski nuclear power plant. The move was announced yesterday by Svetlana Kulchitskaya, of the atomic energy and nuclear industry department of the Ministry of Energy and Coal.

Measures are being taken to cancel the agreement signed in 2010 with Russia. Today, an instruction was received from the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine, which gives the Foreign Ministry and other relevant bodies the authority to resolve this matter as soon as ... More →
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Nine utilities including Tokyo Electric Power Co., the operator of the crippled Fukushima Daiichi complex, voted down all antinuclear proposals at their general shareholder meetings, with company officials expressing eagerness to reactivate nuclear plants as soon as possible to improve their business conditions hurt by the halt of all nuclear reactors in the country.

The shareholders meetings were held at a time when a nuclear plant in southwestern Japan is expected to be the first to go back online, possibly this summer, under new safety requirements.

At TEPCO's meeting,... More →
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Jim Puzzanghera reports that kill the Export-Import Bank, all that House Republican leaders opposing it have to do is let the bank charter expire Tuesday and they are leaving Friday for the Fourth of July recess without even holding a vote to reauthorize it. The 81-year-old federal agency that helps companies sell their products abroad has been a prime target of conservatives, who want to reduce the size of government and eliminate what they call crony capitalism.

Shutting down the bank, though, also would eliminate tens of thousands of jobs, say business executives, trade groups an... More →
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