Future is bright for uranium

IT IS uncontroversial to say that uranium has had a turbulent ride ever since the days of Fukushima back in 2011. The nuclear disaster cast a long shadow over the desirability of relying on this environmentally-friendly, carbon-dioxide-free energy source to feed the world’s growing demand for power. By Matthew Buckle and Ayaz Ibrahimov*

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However, with changes in the US and Kazakhstan’s recently announced plans to curb supply, the tide could turning.

But before turning to the reasons for optimism it is worth briefly acknowledging:

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