Uranium has grabbed the attention of investors as it spiked to US$95.35 per ounce this week, nearly double what it traded for a year ago.

The forces of a global drive for zero-emission clean energy sources and reductions from the world’s largest uranium producer, Kazatomprom, present great opportunities in this sector.

Global uranium mining leader Kazakhstan’s loss could be the rest of the world’s uranium producers’ gain. Canada, Namibia and Australia ranked second, third and fourth in uranium mining production as of August, according to the World Nuclear Association.

Our colleagues at HotCopper recently brought together the leaders of six Australian Securities Exchange-listed uranium companies to examine the state of the market Down Under.

Co-hosted by The Market Online Australia’s Sonia Madigan and Peak Asset Management’s executive director, Niv Dagan, “Australia’s Uranium Awakening: Investing in a glowing future” webinar in the above video also features the following industry experts:

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