Monthly Archives: November 2013

Toro economic report – uncovering the bull

Update on Toro’s plans for a uranium precinct across 200km and 2 lake systems

Economists at Large have conducted an independent economic analysis on the Toro Wiluna uranium proposal.

The report outlines that for Toro to achieve a positive Net Present Value would require the convergence of a range of external scenarios including low mine closure costs, structural changes in the long term uranium contract price, a drop in Australian exchange rates, cost easing in the mining sector and better efficiency in mining, milling and recovery rates so the project proceeds on time, within budget and without technical snags.

Too see the full report follow this link

Ecolarge May 2013 Wiluna Uranium FINAL 1

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