May 29, 2014

INTERNATIONAL ISOTOPES REMAINS HOPEFUL FOR DE-CONVERSION FACILITY

By ExchangeMonitor
International Isotopes remains hopeful that it will eventually secure enough contracts to move forward with its proposed uranium de-conversation facility in Hobbs, N.M., according to President and CEO Steve Laflin during an investor’s call yesterday. The…
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May 29, 2014

INTERNATIONAL ISOTOPES REMAINS HOPEFUL FOR DE-CONVERSION FACILITY

By ExchangeMonitor
Jeremy L. Dillon RW Monitor 2/7/2014 Although International Isotopes has had to place its proposed uranium de-conversion largely on hold, the company remains hopeful that it will eventually secure enough contracts to move forward with the project, INIS President…
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