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Friday
Nov082013

Work for uranium mine near Grand Canyon hits pause

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (AP) — A uranium mining company that was sinking a shaft for a mine south of Grand Canyon National Park has put the work on hold, citing market conditions and the expense of litigation.

Energy Fuels Resources Inc. said the operation will be on standby until December 2014 or until a ruling is issued in a federal case

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Monday
Nov042013

Nuclear Power Needed To Slow Climate Change, Experts Say

 

PITTSBURGH -- PITTSBURGH (AP) — Some of the world's top climate scientists say wind and solar energy won't be enough to head off extreme global warming, and they're asking environmentalists to support the development of safer nuclear power as one way to cut fossil fuel pollution.

Four scientists who have played a key role in alerting the public to the dangers of climate change

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Friday
Nov012013

France wants a share of Angola’s economic 'miracle'

French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius’s visit to Angola on Thursday is meant to offer France’s business leaders the opportunity to partake in the African country’s economic boom. But many see Angola’s “economic miracle” as a mirage

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Friday
Nov012013

Hinkley Point: nuclear power plant gamble worries economic analysts

Liberum Capital analysts flabbergasted by UK government's deal with EDF on nuclear power station

The government's agreement to underwrite the £16bn Hinkley Point nuclear power station could prove to be "economically insane" and hugely costly to consumers, City analysts have warned

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Thursday
Oct312013

Trade deal opens door to EU investors

 

A comprehensive trade accord agreed in principle between Canada and the European Union (EU) will ease restrictions on European investment in Canada, including in the uranium mining sector. 

Described by Canadian prime minister Stephen Harper as the "biggest, most ambitious trade agreement that Canada has ever reached,"

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Monday
Oct282013

Greenland lift for uranium junior

 With Uranium At Rock Bottom There's No Better Time To Invest In Uranium

A small Australian company has benefited from Greenland's decision to relax its hardline stance against uranium mining.

Shares in ASX-listed junior Greenland Minerals and Energy soared by close to 10 per cent on Monday,

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Thursday
Oct242013

Why You Should Triple-Check the Ticker Before Buying That Stock

Why You Should Triple-Check the Ticker Before Buying That Stock

By Dan Steinhart, Managing Editor, The Casey Report

A simple misplaced letter can make a world of difference.

Two weeks ago, on an otherwise quiet Friday, voracious investors piled into the most anticipated tech IPO since Facebook. Buyers bought over 14 million shares of social media giant Twitter, sending its price soaring over 1,000%.

Or so they thought. Twitter's shares aren't public. The company doesn't IPO until November.

Instead of buying shares in Twitter, these twits

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Tuesday
Oct222013

UK nuclear power plant gets go-ahead

 

EDF Infographic showing Hinkley Point C related facts and figures.

The government has given the go-ahead for the UK's first new nuclear station in a generation.

France's EDF Energy will lead a consortium, which includes Chinese investors, to build the Hinkley Point C plant in Somerset

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Sunday
Oct202013

UK nuclear power plant set for go-ahead

The government is set to give the go-ahead for the UK's first new nuclear station in a generation.

France's EDF Energy will lead a consortium that includes Chinese investors, to build the Hinkley Point C plant in Somerset.

Ministers say the deal will help take the UK towards low-carbon power and lower generating costs in future

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Saturday
Oct192013

Nuclear power popular despite Fukushima: OECD boss Luis Echavarri

 

Interest in nuclear power has not waned since Japan's nuclear disaster 2½years ago because developing nations see it as an economical way to improve energy security and cut emissions despite safety concerns, according to an expert.

Luis Echavarri, director general of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development's Nuclear Energy Agency, told the World Energy Congress that a survey by the intergovernmental organisation of industrialised nations found that 25 of its 34 member nations planned to build more nuclear power plants

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