A much-asked question by investors in the Uranium space regards a particular geopolitical issue; namely, what sort of competitive pressure will Russia be able to apply to other Uranium producers? Will Russia exert pressure on Kazakh Uranium production and ensure that they can access it?
This question was covered by Crux Investor’s very own resident uranium expert, Brandon Munro, in a recent interview with us, which you can view here.
So what is Russia's impact on Kazakh Uranium production?
Grant Isaac, Senior VP/CFO at Cameco, made comments a few weeks ago on this exact topic. Russia is a country that has extensive Nuclear exportation ambitions. However, it lacks sufficient domestic Uranium program to satisfy these aims. There is insufficient mined Uranium production and there is also a deficiency in treating tailings through the Russian Uranium enrichment program.
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