Study supports restart of Honeymoon uranium mine

A feasibility study has given the green light to restart production at the Honeymoon uranium mine in South Australia’s north which could generate almost $500 million over its projected 12-year life.

The NT News is reporting Boss Resources saying the study has confirmed the low costs associated with Honeymoon’s restart within the next year and its high export potential, even based on conservative uranium prices.

“Our feasibility study base case results confirm we will be Australia’s next uranium producer,” Boss managing director Duncan Craib said.

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