Areva scores with Jordan

Areva appears to have won the latest round of high-stakes international competition in the nuclear industry.Jorda…

La Mancha goes organic for 2008

It’s been nearly two years since a reverse takeover put Areva’s gold assets into then Venture Exchange listed La Ma…

La Mancha has a political edge

Sometimes it’s all in the timing.La Mancha Resources (LMA-T) went from being just another junior exploration co…

Standard Uranium enters Wyoming

The Powder River Basin of northeastern Wyoming was previously one of the United States’ most prolific uranium camps, but weak markets in the 1980s meant the end of most productive mining there. Now, a…

Kensington explores Fort la Corne

Vancouver — Kensington Resources (KRT-V) has arranged $35 million in financing to explore the Fort la Corne diamond project in central Saskatchewan….

Athabasca Basin attracts uranium explorers

Vancouver — The Athabasca Basin of northern Saskatchewan and Alberta is luring more and more junior companies eager to explore the potential for new uranium discoveries.

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