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With the uranium price expected to climb in 2017 explorers are coming into their own in southern Africa and particularly in Namibia where France’s Areva lost well over a billion dollars (AMI 269).The uptick in Japan’s renewed interest in nuclear [. [...]
Africa Mining Intelligence understands the lawyers of Anne Lauvergeon are nervously awaiting publication of a book entitled "Anne Lauvergeon, le [...]
Whether it was a coincidence or not, two days after the French police's finance brigade raided the Paris headquarters of [...]
A report by France's Audits Court on management at the Areva energy giant between 2006-12 having been leaked to the [...]
Africa Mining Intelligence understands that French examining magistrate Renaud Van Ruymbeke, who currently specializes in financial misdemeanors, is looking closely [...]
"I didn't make all of it up," indicated Vincent Crouzet with a hint of false modesty at the end of [...]
The government of Central African Republic has contacted Paris lawyer [...]
In the spotlight ever since the UraMin affair broke in France, Stephen Dattels, founder of the junior that Areva bought for $2.5 billion in 2007, remains active in mining in Africa. He is now plotting his next moves, and particularly [. [...]
According to a parliamentary report on Areva (UraMin dossier) by [...]
The Canadian Liberal party senator, Celine Hervieux-Payette, is worried about the impact of the UraMin scandal on Canada’s reputation (see [...]
The executive board of France’s Areva announced the company’s biggest ever net loss of EUR 2.42 billion on March 2 [...]
With a board of inquiry set up by Areva about to hand a report on the acquisition of UraMin to [...]
Who had a hand in facilitating Areva’s controversial 2007 acquisition of UraMin, which owned the Trekkopje uranium project in Namibia? [...]
Contrary to reports appearing on a number of Web sites and in French newspapers last week, Areva has no plans to cancel an uranium project at Trekkopje in Namibia, Africa Mining Intelligence has learned.The French nuclear energy group is due [. [...]
When Areva announced the results of an internal probe into [...]
Intelligence Online has obtained a copy of the much sought-after "A Team Enriched", a pamphlet recounting Areva's ill-judged €1.7 billion [...]
Seven months after Luc Oursel took over as head of Areva, the embattled French nuclear group and its former CEO Anne Lauvergeon – dubbed "Atomic Anne" - are at war. Areva has launched an internal probe into Lauvergeon's responsibility for [. [...]
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