Honeymoon Uranium Mine

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Honeymoon Uranium Mine
Honeymoon Uranium Mine is located in Australia
Honeymoon Uranium Mine
Honeymoon Uranium Mine
Location in Australia
State South Australia
Country Australia
Coordinates 31.74095°S 140.66236°E / 31.74095°S 140.66236°E / -31.74095; 140.66236Coordinates: 31.74095°S 140.66236°E / 31.74095°S 140.66236°E / -31.74095; 140.66236
Products Uranium
Company JSC Atomenergoprom
Website http://www.atomenergoprom.ru/en/
Year of acquisition 2013

The Honeymoon Mine is Australia's fourth uranium mine and Australia's second operating in-situ recovery mine and began production in 2011.[1] The Honeymoon mine is owned by JSC Atomenergoprom, a subsidiary of Rosatom State Atomic Energy Corporation. The uranium deposit belongs to the palaeochannel type.

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  1. ^ Chris Russel (2011-11-09). "First ore for new uranium mine". The Advertiser. Retrieved 20092013-11-12.  Check date values in: |accessdate= (help)