AREVA:Clarification on mining exploration in Jordan
PARIS -- October 23, 2012
AREVA (Paris:AREVA) denies the information in today’s press alleging that “an
AREVA mining exploitation licence has been cancelled by the Jordanian
This is an exploration mining agreement which expired.
AREVA has been present in Jordan since January 2009 through the Jordanian
French Uranium Mining Company (JFUMC), a 50/50 subsidiary with the Jordan
state, where it has been conducting mining exploration works in the Central
During approximately 4 years, AREVA has been carrying out important
exploration works leading to the discovery of uranium quantities exceeding
20,000 metric tons in 70 square km, on 15-20 meter depths.
Jordanian Authorities has decided not to extend the first phase of the mining
agreement, which terminated in early 2012. As a result, the mining agreement
has been terminated by mutual consent of all parties.
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