Market sources say US companies appear to be on course to produce about 1.6 million pounds of uranium this year, the lowest amount since 1951. Jim Ostroff explains that it isn’t just production that has fallen off; prices have also plummeted. Uranium is facing stiff competition from natural gas and renewable mandates, so utilities are buying it differently in the market—but will that last? Video Transcript US uranium producers plagued by low prices, scant utility purchasing By Jim Ostroff, senior […]