SOURCE: StockCall


October 12, 2010 09:16 ET

Research on Cameco Corp. and Denison Mines Corp. - Uranium in Shorter Supply, Higher Demand

JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA--(Marketwire - October 12, 2010) - offers investors comprehensive research on the industrial metals & minerals industry and has completed analytical research on Cameco Corp. (NYSE: CCJ) and Denison Mines Corp. (NYSE Amex: DNN). Register with us today at to have free access to these researches. 

Lost in the movement for lower carbon emissions has been the renewed interest in nuclear energy, especially in emerging countries. China and India are two such countries looking to uranium powered nuclear plants to meet their rising energy demands. Currently, China has 11 operational nuclear plants and 24 under construction. Over the course of the next few years, China will see over a 200% increase in active nuclear facilities. is an online platform where investors doing their due-diligence on the industrial metals & minerals industry can have easy and free access to our analyst research and opinions on Cameco Corp. and Denison Mines Corp.; investors and shareholders of these companies can simply register for a complimentary membership at

Thanks primarily to rapid growth in China and India, demand for uranium and nuclear power is not likely to slow in the next decade. However, the supply for uranium is not nearly as high as the demand for it. Uranium production increased by a little over 10% this year and is projected to only improve by about 5% next year and 3.5% the year after. Visit to see how companies in this industry have grown over the past years and how they are expected to perform in the future.

Based on these trends, it is quite possible that the price for uranium could continue to rise in the coming decade. Uranium producers such as Cameco Corp. and Denison Mines Corp. with the greatest stockpiles and most efficient production systems could grow substantially. Investors can register for free to access the research reports on Cameco Corp. and Denison Mines Corp. at or

However, the highly regulated nature of uranium could be an obstacle for producers. Because of tighter regulations there are fears that the capital necessary for improvement and expansion of production could be delayed. Unlike other metals, it is much more difficult to sell off supplies when prices spike. 

Overall, the outlook for uranium producers is positive. Rapidly increasing demand and prices could overwhelm any regulatory obstacles for producers. Register now at to have free access to our reports on the industrial metals & minerals industry.

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