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|When you are a tax exile in the Cayman islands I will contact you here EM|
|Good article with Kazakh/Russian Relations
Russia, Kazakhstan to sign nuclear marketing agreement in 2 mths
5 July 2010
Interfax: Russia & CIS Business and Financial Newswire
ASTANA/MOSCOW. July 5 (Interfax) - Russia and Kazakhstan will sign an agreement on marketing policy in the nuclear sector two months from now, Russia's Rosatom corporation said.
The understanding was reached in Astana on Monday, where Rosatom and Kazakh national nuclear corporation Kazatomprom signed documents, including an agreement to alter then format for cooperation under the auspices of the Uranium Enrichment Center joint venture. Now, instead of building new enrichment capacity, Kazakhstan will receive a stake in an existing Russian enrichment plant, namely the Urals Electrochemicals Combine in Novouralsk.
They also agreed to draft a joint sales and marketing policy for the joint venture and to sign a separate agreement to cover that.
Russia and Kazakhstan also signed a memorandum on integration and the development of cooperation, in which they affirm their commitment to forming a consolidated nuclear industry company on an equal basis.
The first step towards forming this company will be the joint sale of natural and low-enriched uranium, and other products and services for Russian-Kazakh joint ventures.
"This is a comprehensive agreement. The first is on joint participation in the enrichment plant. It's what we agreed on long ago, and the implementation of previously approved plans for global integration. We agreed we would not build a new plant because this would take too long. It would be more comfortable for the Kazakh partners to participate in an existing Russian plant, which will be our biggest one in Novouralsk, where we'll transfer some shares to Kazatomprom," Rosatom chief Sergei Kiriyenko told reporters.
The Rosatom and Kazatomprom chiefs also briefed the presidents of the two countries on preparations to build a first VVER-300 reactor in Kazakhstan under the auspices of a joint venture.
Kiriyenko said Kazakhstan had not yet decided where the new nuclear power plant would be located.
"These are all further steps towards accomplishing the mission that our presidents gave us a few years ago to integrate the Russian and Kazkah nuclear industries. We're even doing what we agreed a little ahead of schedule," Kiriyenko said.
The first products of nuclear cooperation between Russia and Kazakhstan were the formation of uranium mining joint ventures. Russia's Atomredmetzoloto (ARMZ) is handing its stakes in these joint ventures to Canada's Uranium One in exchange for control over this company.
Plans emerged in 2008 to create a consolidated nuclear company, however talks were protracted, partly due to Kazakhstan's position, a Rosatom source has said, and Russia had also lost interest in this project.|
|Just heard back from Chris Sattler re Uk listing for the co.,
- they are preparing for full LSE listing in Q1 2008.|
|thread "SXR" covers current posish on Toronto exchange|
On today's news I decided on a big top up.|
|Massive volume being traded in Canada, 29+M so far.
back to -15.6%
Cameco taking advantage of the price fall?|
|Update not very well received, down 18% in Canada.
Uranium One tanks
Oct 31 2007 01:13 PM
Cape Town - The share price of uranium miner Uranium One tanked on Wednesday after the Toronto-based miner cut its output forecasts for 2007 and 2008.
By lunchtime, the shares were down a whopping 15.54% to R74.10 from Tuesday's close of R87.73.
Uranium One said in a trade update to the Toronto Stock Exchange on Tuesday and to the JSE on Wednesday that it has lowered its 2007 U380 production forecast to 2.1m pounds from 2.5m pounds, primarily due to the extended autoclave commissioning period at the Dominion Reefs Uranium Mine plant in South Africa.
Fin24 speculated about the possibility of autoclave hitches in mid-October when observing nearly 45m shares (more than 10% of the issued capital) changing hands on the Toronto Stock Exchange in just two days.
Uranium One said the first autoclave had now been commissioned and was operating at design throughput. It added that the South Inkai uranium processing plant had begun production on schedule, but production targets had been adjusted due to a temporary shortage of sulphuric acid. This shortage was expected to only impact on uranium start-up projects.
The 2007 attributable production forecast for the Akdala Uranium Mine remains 1.8m pounds of U3O8.
For 2008, the company is lowering its production forecast to 4.6m pounds U3O8 from 7.4m pounds, primarily due to the temporary sulphuric acid shortage which is expected to hurt the ramp-up of both South Inkai and Kharasan.
Interestingly the production update was located on the website for the Toronto Stock Exchange, where Uranium One has a primary listing.
|ALREADY HOLD BIG QUANTITY.JUST WANT THEM ON UK - CFD,S ETC|
|Why do you guys not buy in Canada? Up 6.5% at the mo. Also spreads a usually a lot lower.|
|yep it was to be oct/nov. i am waiting patiently|
|So did I, have emailed the company asking about the UK listing, and if it will be on the full mkt or AIM.|
|I thought the London listing was next month not next year.|
|melody9999 I was told by UUU that it would be listed on the lONDON main market in NOV. Their is talk/rumour that CAMECO of Canada may bid for the company.|
|SAGEM - do you ahve an update on the UUU listing? (1054)
Anyon looking for Uranium exposure on the LSE try NU.|
|Now, if your interest lies in metals, then Uranium One Inc. (TSX: UUU) is a company engaged in the exploration and development of uranium resource properties in South Africa, Kazakhstan, Australia, Canada and the United States. The Corporation's principal assets are the Akdala Uranium Mine in Kazakhstan, which is currently in operation and the Dominion Reefs Uranium Mine in South Africa, which has commenced processing of ore from underground. Uranium One is also developing the South Inkai and Kharasan Uranium Projects in Kazakhstan, as well as the Honeymoon Uranium Project in South Australia. The Corporation is engaged in uranium exploration activities in the Athabasca Basin of Saskatchewan, the United States, South Africa, Australia and in the Kyrgyz Republic. Shareholders in Uranium One are also exposed to the gold sector through the Corporation's majority-owned investment in Aflease Gold Limited. Aflease Gold is a separately listed company on the JSE Limited (Johannesburg stock exchange) that is advancing its Modder East Gold Project towards production in 2009.|
|URA BREAK OUT (FLYING NOW)|
|UUU will be listed on the main london stock market in October, this news came to me direct from the company. They are to big for AIM market apparently./|
|There was a takeover or merger.Holders of UUU were given SXR shares listed on the TSE in Canada. These shares are worth about C$ 10 each. Were much more so it was bad for shareholders that hung on.|
|Why no movement since May?|
|JUJU. If you want to stay in U then this is a real stock.Long term it will be ok.But if you want to make money in the market at the mo you will have to short.
all the best.|
|i want to stay in uranium - what you propose|
|juju.flip it and make money.|