Strathmore leader David Miller was in Hong Kong earlier this week, addressing the International Atomic Energy Company (IAEA) about them of uranium mining. During the course of his visit, he was asked to be interviewed on bbc world news and did so on April 6th. To achieve an incredible number of fans on one of the world's premiere radio sites, BBC (British Transmission Corporation) is not only a opportunity for the visitor, in this case Mark Miller, but it can help bring the uranium history before a greater audience. One might state he was happy and in the best position at the right time. But over the past several months, Brian Miller has already been surveyed by Street.com and Dow Jones and appeared on Canada's ROB TV and CNN-TV. That's significant advertising for a little organization!
Miller was joined on the BBC News show with Luis Echavarri, Director/General of the Paris-based OECD (Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development) Nuclear Energy Organization to share with you the uranium offer crunch. Miller informed BBC, "The current need is almost dual what the present generation is from mines in the world. You only can not change these mines on with a switch."
As many of these smaller uranium organizations continue to create their administration teams with "quality titles," they will continue to attract the eye of the popular media. And as more of the press become interested in the "uranium story" and the organization story for them, that will accelerate curiosity about the whole sector. The Itochu - Uranium Resources (OTC BB: URIX) is likely to be just the initial volley of more shared projects between an energy business and a small-cap uranium progress company.