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Will Obama Go Nuclear?

uclear energy is suddenly fashionable -- as new companies are looking to supplant the world's large, uranium-fueled nuclear reactors with kinds that use different fuels and coolants or perhaps even replace fission with fusion.

Two weeks ago, Martingale Inc. unveiled its plans for a molten-salt reactor. Last summer, LPP Fusion raised $180,000 on IndieGoGo to finance some of its research

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Energy minister says UAE heeds safety and security concerns as nuclear programme pushes ahead

The UAE energy minister Suhail Al Mazrouei said yesterday that the country’s nuclear power ambitions were on track even as global safety and security concerns hamper the outlook for the sector.

“[Pursuing nuclear power] doesn’t mean that we didn’t take some of the accidents — like Japan’s Fukushima — seriously,” said the minister. He added that to build nuclear power plants,

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Thorium Power Is the Safer Future of Nuclear Energy

Nuclear power has long been a contentious topic. It generates huge amounts of electricity with zero carbon emissions, and thus is held up as a solution to global energy woes. But it also entails several risks, including weapons development, meltdown, and the hazards of disposing of its waste products.

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China Renews Atomic Ambition With 5 Reactors Planned in 2015

China is expected to start building at least five nuclear reactors in 2015 while facing a further delay at a plant that had been slated to start this year.

The Sanmen project in the eastern province of Zhejiang is expected to come online at the beginning of 2016 after problems

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French energy minister wants new nuclear reactors

* First time minister clearly approved new nuclear plants


* Says some of EDF's plants can operate more than 40 years

* EDF shares climb more than 5 percent (Adds shares, trader comment)

By Michel Rose

PARIS, Jan 13 (Reuters) - France should build a new generation of nuclear reactors to

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Fission Uranium’s monster resource estimate rekindles takeover chatter

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  • Fission Uranium's (OTCQX:FCUUF) "truly phenomenal" resource estimate for its PLS deposit has rekindled takeover speculation about the company, and CEO Dev Randhawa says investment bankers already have set up a data room for potential bidders.

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Jim Rickards on Europe and the US economy

Erin sits down with Jim Rickards – author of “The Death of Money” and chief global strategist at West Shore Funds – to discuss the US and Europe. In October, data coming out of the US demonstrated lower mortgage yields and a surge in refis added to 4-year lows in gas prices to give consumers more disposable income.

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The First Shale Casualty: WBH Energy Files For Bankruptcy; Many More Coming

"There are too many ugly balance sheets," warns one energy industry analyst, adding simply that "the group is not positioned for this downturn." While the mainstream media continues to chant the happy-clappy side of lower oil prices, spewing various 'statistics' about how the down-side of low oil prices is 'contained' and the huge colossal massive tax cut means 'everything is awesome' for America, the data - and now actions - do not bear this out.

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£1bn subsidy in energy capacity auction will boost coal and nuclear power

Government wanted new gas-fired power stations to be built but 68% of the capacity is to be provided by existing power stations

Consumers will need to stump an extra £1bn a year in 2018 to encourage power stations to stay open and keep the lights on, the government confirmed on Friday.

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North Sea oilfields ‘near collapse’ after price nosedive

Warning over the future of North Sea oil comes as Iran and Saudi Arabia bicker over the falling price of crude

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The North Sea oil industry is “close to collapse”, an expert has warned, as a slump in prices piles pressure on drillers to cut back investing in the region.

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