Philip Johnson joined UxC in July 2008 as a Research Analyst and now holds the position of Vice President, Fuel Cycle.
Mr. Johnson has multiple years of research experience in emerging economic markets, commodity trading, and currency trading.
At UxC, Mr. Johnson aids in preparing many of the company's uranium-based publications, including: the Ux Weekly,
Uranium Market Outlook, Uranium Supplier's Annual, Uranium Production Cost Study, Uranium Indicators,
and Policy Watch, among others. Mr. Johnson works closely with UxC's market team and tracks the CME/NYMEX Ux Uranium Futures Contract in addition to Fund Implied Prices (FIPs).
Philip also edits a number of UxC's various products and services.
Mr. Johnson holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from Georgia State University's Andrew Young School of Policy Studies,
with specialist degrees in Urban Economic Development and Experimental Economic Theory. During his time at GSU, Mr. Johnson
was an officer in Phi Chi Theta, the economics honors fraternity. Furthermore, Mr. Johnson has a minor in English,
with specialist degrees in both Technical and Business Writing.