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As China and India change their building codes so the buildings can withstand earthquakes, the amount of vanadium that goes into the rebar increases. The steel industry has been growing at about 3.8% over the last 10 years. Vanadium in that steel is growing at about 8% because they need more vanadium and it is being dictated that they have to use more vanadium in building steel. That is over 90%. There is also vanadium going into titanium alloys for the aerospace industry and that is huge. But, the most exciting component of the vanadium space is vanadium redox battery.” States Dr. Richard Spencer, CEO, President and Director of U3O8 Corp. (TSX: UWE | OTCQB: UWEFF), in an interview with InvestorIntel Corp. CEO Tracy Weslosky.
Dr. Richard Spencer was interviewed by InvestorIntel to discuss the changing tides in global uranium markets. The interview is now live, below is a short but telling excerpt…
“The uptick has been in the last couple of weeks. There is a certain excitement in the market. It started late last year with Cameco and the Kazaks taking almost 15% of world production off the market. Since then there have been a couple of other transactions that have taken about 30% of uranium supply off the market. The market is just starting to react. For the first time we are starting to see an uptick in the uranium price that I think is going to be sustainable.”
Latest Press Releases
- Correction to Press Release entitled U3O8 Corp. Announces Upsizing of Previously Announced C$500,000 Financing to C$1,000,000February 16, 2021 - 10:55 am
- U3O8 Corp. Announces Upsizing of Previously Announced C$500,000 Financing to C$1,000,000February 13, 2021 - 7:46 pm
- U3O8 Corp. Announces C$500,000 FinancingJanuary 28, 2021 - 7:30 am
- U3O8 Corp. Enters into Option Agreement to Sell its Laguna Salada Project – First Step in Corporate RestructuringDecember 14, 2020 - 8:05 am