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Energy Fuels Inc T.EFR

Sector: Metals & Mining | Sub-Sector: Industrial Metals & Minerals
Alternate Symbol(s):  T.EFR.DB | EFRFF | UUUU

Energy Fuels Inc is engaged in uranium mining and related activities, including acquisition, exploration and development of uranium and vanadium bearing properties, and extraction, processing and selling of uranium and vanadium.
Price: $5.83 | Change: +$0.09 | %Change: +1.57%
Volume: 6,142 | Day High/Low: 5.83/5.67 | 52 Week High/Low: 10.87/5.40
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News from China

Seems to have spurred the price again.  rate and reply
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Uranium Price

Tick up seems to be gaining momentum, now at $39.  rate and reply
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In the News: Energy Fuels

Energy Fuels Inc was mentioned on page 2 of the following article: Athabasca Basin & Beyond: Uranium News From Saskatchewan and Elsewhere (to Mar 1) By Greg Klein  rate and reply
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EFR & URZ on BNN  rate and reply
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Energy Fuels Acquires 50% Interest in Wate Uranium Project

Energy Fuels Acquires 50% Interest in the High-Grade Wate Uranium Project in Arizona LAKEWOOD, COLORADO--(Marketwired - Feb. 17, 2015) - Energy Fuels Inc. (NYSE MKT:UUUU) (TSX:EFR) (" more
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Energy Fuels prepares for Canyon resurrection

Preparations are under way to resume development of Energy Fuels' Canyon uranium mine in Arizona.  rate and reply
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Building A U.S. Based Uranium Powerhouse

Energy Fuels (NYSE MKT: UUUU) has recently announced a proposed acquisition of Uranerz (NYSE MKT: URZ). Under the terms of the all-stock transaction, URZ shareholders receive 0.255 shares of UUUU more
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RE:RE:Anyone has an answer?

these breccia pipes must be profitable under their long term contracts, otherwise why they have been mining them with no stop? these pipes were the only operating mines in the late 90's. they must more
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RE:Anyone has an answer?

Perhaps this is just to keep their core team of miners employed until things turn around?  rate and reply
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Anyone has an answer?

The EFR is going to develop the Canyon mine, which contains 1.63 m-lb U. If we are use $70/lb that equals $114. Does anyone knows how much it costs to build 3 shafts, each is about 1500 ft deep? more
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Raymond James full article  rate and reply
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RE:4th Quarter release coming very soon---

Sorry-- that last post should be for the---URZ BOARD.  rate and reply
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4th Quarter release coming very soon---

From the 3rd Q---release --management held a lot of uranium in the 3rd Q----that will be added to this 4th Q-----this should bring a nice suprise for earnings ---so if anyone wants in nows the time more
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RE:Uranerz takeover

I sold the last of my Energy Fuels holdings today. I've completely switched to Uranerz and will be back in the new and improved EFR after the merger.  rate and reply
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Uranerz takeover

Very quiet where the takeover is concerned. Does anyone know of any info such as dates etc.  rate and reply
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Energy Fuels is poised for a uranium revival Cheers, J54  rate and reply
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Another US uranium junior

Understanding Azarga Uranium’s new “blockbuster” Dewey Burdock PEA Cheers, J54  rate and reply
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Uranium price ascending again

For those without this link, decent for info:  rate and reply
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I am using the cost from companies in US. go to UR energy website, you can see their operation cost is 37 dollars/ pound. if you include their overhead ( use the under in their PEA report) , more
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"An ISR processing plant costs between US$10 million and US$35 million and can produce between 1 and 2 million pounds of uranium per year at an operating cost of ~ US$25/lb. On the other more