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MALCO Acquisition to Help Expand Uranium One’s Project Portfolio in Wyoming


MALCO Acquisition to Help Expand Uranium One’s Project Portfolio in Wyoming Summary Uranium One, Inc., a Canadian uranium producing company, entered into an agreement to acquire 100% interest in MALCO, a uranium joint venture company, formed by the subsidiaries of Areva SA and Electricite de France SA. The deal value is estimated at $ 35 million and the company will fund the acquisition in cash. The company will acquire all the assets of MALCO including the licensed and permitted Irigaray ISR (In-Situ Recovery) central processing plant, the Christensen Ranch satellite ISR facility and associated U3O8 resources located in the Powder River Basin of Wyoming. Following the acquisition, Uranium One expects to utilize the MALCO facilities for its expansion plans in Wyoming. The acquisition will enable Uranium One to reduce the permitting and construction risk associated with developing its own central production plan and to expand its uranium project portfolio in Wyoming. Scope - Top level market sizing information for the nuclear energy industry - Insightful analysis of this recent acquisiton within the Nuclear energy industry - Financial and strategic analysis of Uranium One and MALCO, including financial ratios, revenues, share prices, market capitalization etc. - Insights into key deal rationale Reasons to buy - Develop business strategies with the help of specific insights from GlobalData on the key events happening in the nuclear energy industry. - Gain a strong understanding of the nuclear energy market and analyze the major trends in the global nuclear energy industry today - Identify opportunities and challenges with the help of our analysis of the latest news and deals in the nuclear energy industry - Increase future revenue and profitability with the help of information on latest operational, financial, and regulatory events

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