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Mulga Rocks and rolls

VIMY Resources is not expecting to start mining at the Mulga Rocks uranium mine until 2025, with activities at the remote prospect in Western Australia’s Great Victoria Desert almost standing still as the company rides the ups and downs of the uranium market.

 Looking at Ambassador

Looking at Ambassador

Vimy wants to develop a 3.5 million pound per annum, 15-year uranium oxide operation at Mulga Rock, which is enough to power eight nuclear power stations. Capital costs to build the mine are tipped...

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