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Paladin achieves uranium production at Namibia mine

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Global Mining Review,

Paladin Energy Ltd has announced that uranium concentrate production and drumming were achieved at the Langer Heinrich Mine (LHM) on 30 March 2024.

Focus will now shift to production ramp-up and building a finished product inventory, ahead of shipments to customers. As part of the transition to production, Paladin’s Chief Operating Officer, Paul Hemburrow will assume responsibility for all LHM activities.

Paladin will provide guidance for key FY25 LHM operational parameters in July 2024.

Paladin CEO, Ian Purdy said “Achieving first production at the Langer Heinrich Mine is an important milestone for Paladin. I would like to thank all our staff and contractors for their hard work and dedication in returning this globally significant uranium mine to production. I would also like to thank the Namibian Government and our local communities in the Erongo region for their continued support. With a return to production, a strong balance sheet and supportive uranium fundamentals, Paladin is exceptionally well positioned to generate sustainable returns for all our stakeholders.”

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