The Finnish government is set to reconsider London-listed Talvivaara’s license to mine uranium, after the supreme administrative court revoked the permission granted just one year ago. The license to mine uranium was granted on March 1, and the court ruled that so many changes had occurred within Talvivaara since then that the license was no longer valid. Reorganization of the company is ongoing, so the court has sent the license back to the government for reconsideration. Talvivaara applied for administration in mid-November, as the company’s financial and environmental difficulties continued.