Nickfez3 karma2014-09-07 00:50:38 UTC
The price of yellowcake has been in flux for many years, such as the artificial low suffered after the release of military grade uranium stores after the cold war. With new mines appearing in less stable areas of the world, what do you think will be the biggest change in price in the coming years?
(PS, actually studying chemical and nuclear engineering at uni right now, about to go into my second year)
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Nickfez2 karma2014-09-07 01:02:15 UTC
I did't realise China was that ready to invest. Does this mean you feel the industry has a limited lifespan for the time it will remain profitable? Maybe within the next 50-100 years
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