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URANIUM & ALTERNATIVE ENERGY 4

Discussion in 'PM Trading/Stocks/Technical Analysis' started by SAGI, May 1, 2013.



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    Good to see you posting again my old friend. Best wishes.
     
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    Hundreds of workers take cover after tunnel with nuclear waste at plutonium finishing plant collapses
    • Hundreds of workers were told to 'take cover' after a tunnel in a plutonium uranium extraction (PUREX) plant collapsed at the Hanford Nuclear Reservation
    • No workers were in the tunnel at the time of collapse
    • Workers at the site have now been evacuated
    • Those situated farther away were told to remain indoors
    • It's beleived crews completing nearby road work may have created enough vibration to cause the collapse
    • Hanford is the nation's most contaminated nuclear site, with cleanup expected to last decades
    • It contains about 56 million gallons of radioactive waste, most of it in 177 underground tanks


    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4489096/Tunnel-nuclear-waste-collapses-Washington-state.html#ixzz4gbvZz3eb
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    URA inching closer to being a buy, not just yet
     
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    URA/CCJ looks like time to glow
     
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    Glowing.....lets do this
     
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    Sold all individual holdings today after 10, 15, 20% gains. Left with ura only.
     
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    In....long term portfolio, not trading
     
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    Ura stop loss at 13.59
     
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    NATIONAL
    Two reactors at Tepco’s giant Niigata plant close to being restarted
    NRA eager to clear Kashiwazaki-Kariya plant

    KYODO


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    Two Tokyo Electric reactors at the massive Kashiwazaki-Kariwa power station in Niigata Prefecture are expected to clear the initial safety hurdle for restarts soon, sources said Friday.

    According to the sources, the Nuclear Regulation Authority will start talks on the issue on Wednesday, with a view to compiling a document that will certify the two units passed the new safety requirements introduced after the Fukushima nuclear crisis.

    Tokyo Electric Power Company Holdings Inc. has been struggling to recover ever since the triple core meltdown in March 2011 because the seven-reactor Niigata plant is a crucial money maker. The utility has spent years trying to restart the plant, which is the only nuclear complex it runs aside from the disaster-hit Fukushima No. 1 plant in Fukushima Prefecture.

    It filed for safety assessments for reactor Nos. 6 and 7 in September 2013.

    The NRA wants to reach a conclusion on the issue before Chairman Shunichi Tanaka’s five-year term expires on Sept. 18, the sources said. But the move may trigger public criticism because Tepco still has a long way to go to scrap the ruined reactors at Fukushima No. 1, which was engulfed by quake-triggered tsunami and lost all power.

    The Kashiwazaki-Kariwa complex is one of the world’s largest nuclear power plants and has an output capacity of 8.2 million kilowatts. Units 6 and 7 are boiling water reactors — the same type as the ones at Fukushima No. 1 — and the newest of the seven sitting along the Sea of Japan coast.

    The governments hosting the Kashiwazaki-Kariwa plant are also cautious about restarting the units, with Niigata Gov. Ryuichi Yoneyama saying it will take “around three to four years” for the utility to win local consent on the matter.

    Tepco, which is facing massive compensation payments and other costs from dealing with the world’s worst nuclear crises since Chernobyl, has been desperate to restart the idled reactors so it can reduce spending on costly fossil fuel imports needed to run the thermal power plants making up for the nationwide nuclear shutdowns.

    Some reactors at other utilities have already resumed operations, but Tepco has been under constant scrutiny to determine whether it is qualified to once again operate a nuclear power plant.

    Some inside the NRA have been reluctant to move ahead with the safety review at Kashiwazaki-Kariwa. But Tanaka strongly wants to set a course on the issue before he leaves his position at the NRA, and this was one of the factors that led to the latest development in Niigata, the sources said.
     
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    SAGI Gold Member Gold Chaser

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    Dear Friends,

    I ts been nearly 3 years since I stopped the regular coffee carrot head. I am pleased to inform you that I am now able to put the issues behind and look positively to the future. I am not quite mentally up as yet but suffice to say that my state of mind shall improve in the near future. I thank all of you that have kept the thread going and it is encouraging to see such "Die hard" Uranium fans.
    I will be online from next week and hopefully will have had time to go through the thread. I would like to thank all of you individually but we could write another coffee article on that. Thanks to all of you! Those that contributed and those that read the various posts. Thank you Sir Searcher for your patience in keeping it together. Its appreciated. Thank you Louky and Elvis for also posting on the thread. Thank you to all the others on previous pages I will read your posts later on as I catch up.
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    Happy to be on sidelines with profit banked at the peak in July and remainder in august

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    Uranium price recovering fron Sept 25th bottom, not reflected in majority of stocks yet.

    Thanks for downgrade, rentry opportunity the other day
     
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    Haven't had anything worth posting in a while. Came across this short film and decided to use it to bump the thread.

    Have a good week.

    COLORADO SCHOOL OF MINES URANIUM MINING AND PROSPECTING 56844
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    Published on Oct 15, 2017
    CBS created The Search, an educational series produced by the Public Affairs Department, in the 1950s to share scientific research with viewers in an easy-to-understand manner. The 26-episode series aired over 1954 and 1955. This episode, “Colorado School of Mines: Uranium Prospecting and Mining, Golden Colorado,” is hosted by Charles Romine and shows all the phases of the uranium rush happening on the Colorado Plateau. The film begins with footage of atomic bombs detonating (00:50; 01:08) as Romine narrates the incredible power of atomic energy that can be used for destruction or for helping human life. The key to atomic power is uranium, and Romine (01:47) takes viewers on a tour of mining uranium on the Colorado Plateau. Romine visits with Professor Paul Keating, a pioneer in uranium fields, who explains the geology of uranium and some of its early uses by the Ute and Navajo Indians. Next, Romine meets with prospectors to learn about the early stages of mining. He speaks with a prospector who owns a mine on Davis Mesa (04:28); the prospector explains how to stake a claim (05:19). Romine then goes to the Montrose County courthouse (05:48) where he learns how to file a claim for mining. Afterward, Romine visits with a successful miner in Grand Junction (07:49) and learns how to start a mine, including financing one. One way to finance is through selling stock; the film shows the Salt Lake Stock Exchange (11:26) where people are speculating on stocks. Romine travels to the Colorado School of Mines (12:19) to learn about the university’s Prospector Service, observing the samples sent in to the lab (12:46). The lab identifies what the minerals or metals are in the samples, but also allays the samples, determining the amount of mineral or metal, using instruments such as the Geiger counter (13:33). A lab technician explains how a Geiger counter works (14:54). Next, Romine observes an exploration operation, watching mining equipment in action (16:48) and going on an aerial survey (18:44) to locate likely uranium deposits. Once a site is located, the operation builds roads (19:42) into the sides of the mesas and create a functional camp on top (20:06) with their own testing laboratory (20:32). Once the exploration operation determines that the mine has commercial-grade uranium, large-scale mining operations commence, such as the U.S. Uranium Corporation in Paradox Valley (21:10). The episode concludes with Romine and Keating discussing mining uranium and the future of uranium.
     
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    Done with uranium. 7 year bear market didnt end. Maybe worth a try again next year.
     
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    what’s your definition of “done”?
     
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    Meaning i will trade it but not sit on it in long term port for now
     

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