CRU is the leading expert to provide a global view of the uranium industry, with market analysis, forecasts and cost services.
Our market analysis explores supply, demand and prices of uranium in key regions around the world, with forecasts of up to 25 years. Our insights are developed using CRU’s robust and transparent methodology, primary research carried out by our analysts and an understanding of macroeconomic trends from our economics team.
CRU’s uranium cost service is a detailed and independent review of the global uranium mining cost structure. We bring you data and analysis of costs at all levels, from raw materials to business costs, with a long-term forecast for all uranium mining countries worldwide.
Our analysts support you with in-depth knowledge of critical issues affecting the uranium mining industry as well as mining across other commodities. We are available by email, phone or in person to discuss uranium market developments, costs or any aspect of our methodology directly.
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