Uranium production in Kazakhstan amounted to 22,500 tons in 2013, which corresponds to the planned targets.
Kazakhstan produced 20,900 tons of uranium in 2012.
The exports on contracts in Kazakhstan (excluding Stepnogorsk Mining-Chemical Complex) amounted to 23,400 tons of uranium concentrate.
Kazakhstan has maintained leadership in the global uranium mining industry, providing more than 38 percent of global uranium production, which, according to preliminary data, totaled 58,800 tons of uranium.
Uranium production was 58394 tons in 2012.
World uranium production bets for 2010 through 2018
Brian Wang Dittmar midpoint
2010 56000 tons 45,000 tons 50,500 tons 53,663 tonnes. Brian wins
2011 60000 tons 45,000 52,500 tons 53,494 tons Brian wins
2012 64000 tons 45,000 54,500 tons 58,394 tons Brian wins
2013 68000 tons 45,000 56,500 tons prelim 58,800 tons would be win for Brian if confirmed
2014 72000 tons 45,000 58,500 tons
2015 76000 tons 45,000 60,500 tons
2016 80000 tons 45,000 62,500 tons
2017 84000 tons 45,000 64,500 tons
2018 88000 tons 45,000 66,500 tons
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