Global Uranium Mining to 2020

 Published On: May, 2015 |    No of Pages: 35 |  Published By: Timetric | Format: PDF
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Synopsis

Timetric's 'Global Uranium Mining to 2020' report comprehensively covers global identified resources of uranium, reasonably assured resources by country, the historical and forecast data on global uranium mine production, planned and committed mine expansions and production by country, production by mining method and production by major mines. The report also includes demand drivers affecting the global uranium mining industry, profiles of major uranium producing companies and information on the global major active, exploration and development projects by region.

Summary

Global uranium mine production according to Timetric's global uranium report was 56,184 tonnes (t) in 2014, down by 5.4% compared with 2013, with Kazakhstan being the leading producer, followed by Canada and Australia.

Scope

The report provides information on the global uranium mining industry together with the key demand drivers affecting the industry. Further, it provides information about reserves, historic and forecast production and production by country, production by mining method and production by major mines, competitive landscape and major active, exploration and development projects.

Reasons To Buy

Gain an understanding of the global uranium mining industry, the relevant demand drivers , reserves, historic and forecast production, production by major country, production by mining method and production by major mines, active, exploration and development projects and the competitive landscape.

Key Highlights

• Global uranium mine (or metal content in the ore) production was 56,184t in 2014, down by 5.4% compared with 2013.

• The increase in global production in recent years is mainly due to an increase in output from Kazakhstan.

• With power generation being a significant end use for uranium, the Fukushima nuclear power plant accident has had an impact on long term nuclear power policies in Germany, Belgium, France and Switzerland, switching in favor of capping and eventually phasing out nuclear power plants. However, there is demand for nuclear capacities from other parts of the world, and demand has a unique regional footprint.

1 Executive Summary
2 Global Uranium Mining – Reserves, Production, Consumption and Trade
2.1 Reserves and Resources by Country and Type of Ore
2.1.1 Recoverable Resources by Country
2.2 Historical and Forecast Production
2.2.1 Total production by country
2.2.2 Total production by mining method
2.2.3 Production by major mines
2.3 Major Active Mines
2.4 Major Exploration and Development Projects
2.5 Total Uranium Consumption vs Nuclear Power Generation by Country
2.6 Demand Drivers
2.6.1 Global demand for uranium for nuclear power generation
3 Major Uranium Producers
3.1 National Atomic Company Kazatomprom
3.2 Cameco Corporation
3.3 ARMZ Uranium Holding Co.
3.4 Areva NC
3.5 BHP Billiton Ltd
4 Appendix
4.1 Abbreviations
4.2 Secondary Research
4.3 Primary Research
4.4 Contact Timetric
4.5 About Timetric
4.6 Timetric’s Services
4.7 Disclaimer

List of Tables
Table 1: Global Uranium Mining – Reasonably Assured Resources by Type of Deposit (Tonnes), January 2013
Table 2: Global Uranium Mining – Global Recoverable Resources by Country (Thousand Tonnes), January 2013
Table 3: Global Uranium Mining – Uranium Mine Production (Thousand Tonnes), 2000–2020
Table 4: Global Uranium Mining – Planned and Committed Mine Capacity Expansions and Expansions of Existing Facilities by Country, 2015–2020
Table 5: Global Uranium Mining – Major Active Mines (Middle East and Africa), 2014
Table 6: Global Uranium Mining – Major Active Mines (North America), 2014
Table 7: Global Uranium Mining – Major Active Mines (South and Central America), 2014
Table 8: Global Uranium Mining – Major Active Mines (Former Soviet Union), 2014
Table 9: Global Uranium Mining – Major Active Mines (Oceania), 2014
Table 10: Global Uranium Mining – Major Exploration Projects (Asia Pacific), 2014
Table 11: Global Uranium Mining – Major Exploration Projects (Europe), 2014
Table 12: Global Uranium Mining – Major Exploration Projects (Middle East and Africa), 2014
Table 13: Global Uranium Mining – Major Exploration Projects (South and Central America), 2014
Table 14: Global Uranium Mining – Major Exploration Projects (North America), 2014
Table 15: Global Uranium Mining – Major Exploration Projects (Oceania), 2014
Table 16: Global Uranium Mining – Major Development Projects (Asia-Pacific), 2014
Table 17: Global Uranium Mining – Major Development Projects (Europe), 2014
Table 18: Global Uranium Mining – Major Development Projects (Middle East and Africa), 2014
Table 19: Global Uranium Mining – Major Development Projects (South and Central America), 2014
Table 20: Global Uranium Mining – Major Development Projects (Former Soviet Union), 2014
Table 21: Global Uranium Mining – Major Development Projects (North America), 2014
Table 22: Global Uranium Mining – Major Development Projects (Oceania), 2014
Table 23: Global Uranium Mining – Uranium Consumption (Tonnes of U3O8) vs Nuclear Power Generation (Terawatt Hour) by Country, 2013–2014
Table 24: Global Uranium Mining – Operational Nuclear Reactors by Country*, 2015
Table 25: Global Uranium Mining – Upcoming Nuclear Reactors and its Power Generation Capacities by Country*, April 2015
Table 26: Global Uranium Mining – National Atomic Company Kazatomprom, Major Projects, 2014
Table 27: Global Uranium Mining – Cameco Corporation, Major Projects, 2014
Table 28: Global Uranium Mining – ARMZ Uranium Holding Co., Major Projects, 2014
Table 29: Global Uranium Mining – Areva NC, Major Projects, 2014
Table 30: Global Uranium Mining – BHP Billiton Ltd., Major Projects, 2014

List of Figures
Figure 1: Global Uranium Mining – Uranium Mine Production (Thousand Tonnes), 2000–2020
Figure 2: Global Uranium Mining – Uranium Mine Production by Country (%), 2014
Figure 3: Global Uranium Mining – Uranium Mine Production by Mining Method (%), 2014
Figure 4: Global Uranium Mining – Uranium Mine Production by Major Mines (%), 2014
Figure 5: Global Uranium Mining – Uranium Consumption (Tonnes of U3O8) vs Nuclear Power Generation (Terawatt Hours) by Country, 2013–2014
Figure 6: Global Uranium Mining – Demand for Uranium from Nuclear Power Plants, by Country (%), 2015f
Figure 7: Global Uranium Mining – Uranium Mine Production by Major Companies (%), 2014


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