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North American Uranium Project Review 2023

According to the World Nuclear Association, demand for uranium in nuclear reactors is expected to climb by 28% by 2030 and nearly double by 2040 as governments ramp up nuclear power capacity to meet zero-carbon targets.

There are 391 gigawatts of nuclear power capacity globally, meeting a tenth of the world’s power demand. It forecasts that capacity will rise will rise to 686 gigawatts, and perhaps as high as 931 gigawatts, by 2040.

So where is the new supply of uranium coming from?

Mining companies regularly publish technical updates, new resource estimates and economic studies of uranium projects being explored and developed now. Costmine Intelligence collects and sorts these documents and make them quickly accessible for the mining industry to review on our platform. 

Here we provide a glimpse of the reports that were produced uranium projects since the beginning of 2023..take a look.

Here we have collected the majority of technical reports published for North American uranium projects in 2023. You can download and review these documents with one click and see what companies are doing at their properties. 

The Shootaring Canyon Mill
Anfield Energy
(TSX-V: AEC) 

 May 6, 2023

The Angilak Property
Valore Metals
(TSX-V: VO)

April 12, 2023

Copper Mountain Uranium Project
Rush Rare Metals
(CNSX: RSH)

March 24, 2023

Christie Lake Uranium Project
Denison Mines
(TSX: DML)

March 27, 2023

PLS Property
Fission Uranium
(TSX: FCU)

March 2, 2023

Alta Mesa Uranium Project
enCore Energy
(TSX-V: EU)

March 24, 2023

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