Cameco Corporation

Energizing the World

Cameco Corporation operates globally, producing uranium and nuclear fuel products for the generation of clean, safe and reliable electricity.

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Cameco is one of the world's largest uranium producers accounting for about 18% of the world's production from its mines in Canada, the US and Kazakhstan. Cameco holds premier land positions in the world's most promising areas for new uranium discoveries in Canada and Australia as part of an intensive global exploration program. Cameco's fuel services division, based in Ontario, Canada, is also a leading provider of processing services required to produce fuel for nuclear power plants.

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    We recognize the importance of sharing timely, local information about our operations, community investments and the opportunities Cameco can provide, with our neighbours around the world. To learn more, visit one our our community websites below.

    Cameco Australia

    Cameco has been actively exploring for uranium in Australia since 1996 and is involved in several projects across the country, including two of Australia's largest undeveloped uranium deposits, Yeelirrie and Kintyre. Our Australian office is located in metropolitan Perth.

    Cameco North

    We're proud to call northern Saskatchewan the home of our largest operations, including our newest mine, Cigar Lake. Our people and partners here, many of whom are local residents, help maintain safe operations, protect the environment and establish strong, healthy community and business relationships.

    Cameco Resources

    Our mines in Wyoming and Nebraska provide more than half of America's domestically-produced uranium used to generate clean electricity at nuclear power plants. Here, we use an environmentally friendly in situ recovery mining process where uranium is extracted from wellfields, rather than open pits or underground shafts.