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Korean partnership keeps uranium plan on track

Jun 20, 2012 By Martin Reed, Staff Writer

The Gas Hills area of central Wyoming produced 100 million pounds of uranium during its peak production period in the 1960s and 1970s.

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Joong-Kyum Kim, left, president and chief executive officer of Korea Electric Power Corp., known as KEPCO, received an American Indian pipe as a gift from Strathmore Minerals Corp. CEO David Miller during a ceremony earlier this year announcing a partnership between the two companies to develop uranium mining in the Gas Hills. Strathmore photo

Joong-Kyum Kim, left, president and chief executive officer of Korea Electric Power Corp., known as KEPCO, received an American Indian pipe as a gift from Strathmore Minerals Corp. CEO David Miller during a ceremony earlier this year announcing a partnership between the two companies to develop uranium mining in the Gas Hills. Strathmore photo


Joong-Kyum Kim, left, president and chief executive officer of Korea Electric Power Corp., known as KEPCO, received an American Indian pipe as a gift from Strathmore Minerals Corp. CEO David Miller during a ceremony earlier this year announcing a partnership between the two companies to develop uranium mining in the Gas Hills. Strathmore photo

Joong-Kyum Kim, left, president and chief executive officer of Korea Electric Power Corp., known as KEPCO, received an American Indian pipe as a gift from Strathmore Minerals Corp. CEO David Miller during a ceremony earlier this year announcing a partnership between the two companies to develop uranium mining in the Gas Hills. Strathmore photo

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