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Berkeley plunges on Spain permit uncertainty

By: Mariaan Webb     17th October 2018 The stock of triple listed Berkeley Energia plunged on Wednesday, after news reports that the Spanish government has decided not to issue the permits needed for its Salamanca uranium mine. Berkley, which on Monday alerted investors to a delay in receiving an urbanisation licence, traded nearly... 

Berkeley to reduce costs citing uncertainty over key licence

By: Mariaan Webb     15th October 2018 Despite reporting “strong and growing support” for the Salamanca uranium project in Spain, Australian mining firm Berkeley Energia on Monday reported that it was unlikely to imminently receive a key permit that would allow for construction to start. As a result, the triple-listed uranium project... 

Spanish cattle farmers are worrying about nearby uranium mines

By: Bloomberg     3rd July 2018 Maria Jose Alamo, whose 120 cattle graze on land close to the only major new uranium mine being developed in the world, is worried. “I myself wouldn’t buy the meat of cattle raised close to such a mine,” said Alamo, 48, in an interview at a cafe in the hamlet of Banos de Retortillo, in Western... 

Berkeley Energia lists on LSE

By: Anine Kilian     6th June 2018 Uranium miner Berkeley Energia officially listed on the LSE on Wednesday. The company also received confirmation from Spanish authorities that its shares will be admitted to trading on the Spanish Stock Exchange (SSE) soon. 

Berkeley Energia to migrate to LSE main board this week

By: Creamer Media Reporter      4th June 2018 Uranium project developer Berkeley Energia said on Monday that its admission to the main market of the LSE and the Madrid, Valencia, Bilbao and Barcelona stock exchanges (SSE) should be effective this week. The LSE migration should occur on Wednesday, at which stage trading in the company’s... 

Berkeley appoints COO

By: Creamer Media Reporter      14th May 2018 Uranium-focused Berkeley Energia has appointed corporate executive Sean Wade as COO to identify and lead strategic business development opportunities. Prior to joining Berkeley, Wade was director of international media and investor relations at Georgia’s largest bank, TBC. During his time at the... 

Berkeley Energia targets further cost reductions at the Salamanca mine

By: Simone Liedtke     30th April 2018 Clean energy-focused Berkeley Energia has completed the financing for its Salamanca uranium project, in Spain, and is in the process of undertaking detailed final reviews to ensure the company has the most optimal capital and operating costs. A final selection of contractors is also being finalised. 

Berkeley says offtake activity to intensify this year

By: Mariaan Webb     23rd January 2018 Uranium project developer Berkeley Energia is seeing a “notable” increase in public tender activity and says it expects offtake activity to intensify, once full construction of its Salamanca mine, in Spain, is under way. In a quarterly update on Tuesday, Berkeley said that it would participate... 

Berkeley selects mining and construction contractors for Salamanca mine

By: Megan van Wyngaardt     12th December 2017 Dual-listed Berkeley Energia expects to pour concrete at its fully-funded Salamanca mine, in western Spain, in the new year, the company said on Tuesday, as it announced the award of major contracts for the uranium mine. The company said that Sanchez y Lago, one of Spain’s major construction... 

Berkeley closes Oman financing transaction

By: Samantha Herbst     30th November 2017 Following shareholder approval announced on Thursday, uranium project developer Berkeley Energia has completed a strategic investment of up to $120-million with the sovereign wealth fund of the Sultanate of Oman, which means that Berkeley can now bring the Spain-based Salamanca uranium mine into... 

Berkeley finds investor to fund Spain uranium mine to production

By: Creamer Media Reporter      30th August 2017 Aim- and ASX-listed Berkeley Energia has signed a $120-million investment agreement with the sovereign wealth fund of Oman to fund the Salamanca uranium mine, in Spain, into production. The investment will position Oman as a long-term strategic investor in the company, as well as a potential... 

Berkeley Energia building a Europe-focused board

By: Creamer Media Reporter      12th June 2017 Uranium project developer Berkeley Energia has appointed Adam Parker as independent nonexecutive, strengthening the company’s commitment to build an Europe-focused board. The ASX- and Aim-listed company, which is bringing the Salamanca mine in western Spain into production, recently also... 

Former Rio Tinto exec joins Berkeley Energia board

By: Creamer Media Reporter      7th June 2017 Former Rio Tinto executive Nigel Jones has joined the board of uranium developer Berkeley Energia as a nonexecutive director, the Aim- and ASX-listed company announced on Wednesday. London-based Jones has 30 years’ experience in the international mining sector and has corporate development and... 

EU watchdog approves Berkeley uranium sale

By: Esmarie Iannucci     21st March 2017 The governing body for all nuclear fuel transactions in the European Union has given consent for ASX-listed Berkeley Energia to sell uranium from its Salamanca mine, in Spain. Berkeley Energia in November of last year inked a sales agreement with Curzon Resources for a total of two-million... 

Berkeley Energia takes another step towards mine construction

By: Megan van Wyngaardt     20th December 2016 Aim-listed Berkeley Energia on Tuesday said that construction at its 100%-owned Salamanca uranium mine, near Madrid, Spain, will start early next year, following the order of the first major items for the crushing circuit. Proceeds raised from a recent $30-million equity raise have been used to... 

Berkeley doubles uranium sales in Spain

By: Esmarie Iannucci     28th November 2016 Uranium developer Berkeley Energia has signed an offtake agreement with commodity trader Interalloys trading for the sale of first production from the Salamanca mine, in Spain. The offtake agreement followed a letter of intent (LoI), which was signed in September. 

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