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Aura puts vanadium resource on Häggån

URANIUM battler Aura Energy has seen its shares soar more than 40% in afternoon trade after it put some firm numbers around the vanadium potential at its Häggån project in Sweden, which it once proclaimed as an “extraordinary uranium project”, but which has morphed into a battery metals project.

 Sweden could become a battery metals hub.

Sweden could become a battery metals hub.

The project, which has around 803 million pounds of uranium oxide, has long had recognised potential for significant metals credits including cobalt, nickel, zinc, neodymium and molybdenum; but over the...

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