Uranium 2016: Resources, Production and Demand (redbook)
|Classification||6.01.2.20/112 (URANIUM - MINING / PRODUCTION / STOCKS / PRICES)|
From the publication:
Uranium 2016: Resources, Production and Demand A Joint Report by the Nuclear Energy Agency and the International Atomic Energy Agency 2016 Preface Since the mid-1960s, with the co-operation of their member countries and states, the OECD Nuclear Energy Agency (NEA) and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) have jointly prepared periodic updates (currently every two years) on world uranium resources, production and demand. Such updates have been published in what are commonly known as the “Red Books”. The 26th edition of the Red Book reflects information current as of 1 January 2015. This 26th edition features a comprehensive assessment of uranium supply and demand in 2015 and projections to the year 2035. The basis of this assessment is a comparison of uranium resource estimates (according to categories of geological certainty and production cost) and mine production capability with anticipated uranium requirements arising from projected installed nuclear capacity. In cases where longerterm projections of installed nuclear capacity were not provided by national authorities, projected demand figures were developed with input from expert authorities. Current data on resources, exploration, production and uranium stocks are also presented, along with historical summaries of exploration and production, and plans for future mine production. Available information on secondary sources of uranium is provided and the potential impact of secondary sources on the market is assessed. Individual country reports offer detailed information on recent developments in uranium exploration and production, on environmental activities, regulatory requirements and on relevant national uranium policies. This publication has been prepared on the basis of data obtained through questionnaires sent by the NEA to OECD member countries and by the IAEA to other countries. It contains official data provided by 37 countries and 12 national reports prepared by the NEA and the IAEA. The opinions expressed in Chapters 1 and 2 do not necessarily reflect the position of the member countries or international organisations
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