CRU, independent commodity industry analysis and management consultants in the global metals, mining and fertilizer industries, has released their new Uranium Mining Cost Service & Market Outlook.
CRU’s new Outlook is an in-depth two-part study providing businesses with an independent examination of the uranium market. The first volume covers mining costs between 2012 and 2035, on a mine-by-mine basis, separated by country and mining method. CRU’s cost curves envelop almost 100% of the world’s mine supply, with in-depth profiles of around 70 mines and projects.
The second volume focuses on the fundamentals of the uranium market, exploring and analysing the outlook for demand, supply and prices up to 2035. The report also features: an outlook for secondary supply; an assessment of primary supply potential to 2025 by classification, company and country and forecasts for market balance; high- and low-risk demand scenarios, and 5-year company-by-company supply. Subscribers to the Outlook will be granted access to UK-based CRU analysts, printed and digital copies and full supporting data for downloading in excel format.
“Our Uranium Mining Cost Service & Market Outlook is ideal for businesses in the uranium industry to get an insight into how the market performs today, and how it will perform tomorrow,” said a spokesperson for CRU. “All aspects of the market are covered by our team of expert consultants, from supply-and-demand to looking ahead into the near future. Studying our forecasts will allow businesses to plan strategically for the future, and prepare for forthcoming changes.”
For more information on CRU and their services, visit www.crugroup.com or call +44 (0)20 7903 2000.
CRU Group was established in 1969, and has since become the leading business for independent market analysis and management consultancy across three areas of the global commodity industry: metals, mining and fertilizers. With more than 220 expert staff, CRU employs engineers, economists, geologists, metallurgists and chemists. CRU is based in London, Pittsburgh, Beijing, Santiago and Mumbai, with representative offices in Sydney and Sao Paulo.
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