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Interview with Rick Rule: Prepare for When the Dam Breaks


“In the uranium business now, industry costs including cost of capital is about $70, so you produce for $70 and sell it for $30 and lose $40. You cannibalize existing capital in corporate vehicles and that goes on until they go broke, and then the price shoots just like it did last decade. That’s a question that begins with when. When does the dam break? It’s not if. Does the price of uranium go up or do the lights go out?”

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Obama's Carbon Order Increases Nuclear Energy's Odds

President Obama

Mandating the reduction of carbon emissions could result in the increasing use of nuclear energy. Is that good?

If the nation’s current and former leaders of the Environmental Protection Agency are asked, the answer is an unmistakable ‘yes.” In fact, once nuclear plants become operational, they are able to generate electricity efficiently, safely and cheaply. Now that the White House has made it more costly for utilities to emit carbon dioxide, nuclear energy could become an attractive option.

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GE-Alstom Deal: French Fear Losing Control of Nuclear Assets


The standoff in France over General Electric Co. GE -0.81% 's $17 billion deal withAlstom SA ALO.FR -0.90% isn't just about jobs. It is also about nukes.

Nuclear-technology exports are a robust business in France, and Alstom is a significant player, supplying its Arabelle turbines to projects by engineering firm ArevaSA AREVA.FR -1.44% and utility Électricité de France SA EDF.FR -1.02% .

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A Russian nuclear energy firm has announced that it is in talks to help construct a nuclear plant in Argentina. Rosatom expressed interest in the project, and its chief says the company only awaits the decision of the Argentine government to begin work.

According to Argentine news agency Infobae, Rosatom has been pre-selected to work with the Argentine government to develop nuclear energy.

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International forum on nuclear energy opens in Moscow

The agenda will include financing for construction of nuclear power plants, international legal regulations for the nuclear energy sector

MOSCOW, June 09./ITAR-TASS/. ATOMEXPO-2014 international forum on nuclear energy opens in Moscow on Monday.

The event’s main topic is energy stability in the nuclear energy.

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Government must review India's nuclear energy policy 

By: R Rajaraman

The new government must review India's nuclear energy policy. It is also a major issue in financial terms. Building a nuclear capacity of about 50,000 MW in the next 15 years will cost $150-200 billion. But the momentum generated on the nuclear front during UPA-I rule has been steadily dissipating since then. 

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Approximately 33.1% of the shares of the stock are sold 

The Rise of Africa… and How To Play It

By Adam J. Crawford, Analyst

Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA).

Say the words and most people think of poverty… famine… epidemics… political strife… sectarian violence. Yet, just recently, Microsoft announced a new investment on the continent, calling Africa a “game changer in the global economy.” So what gives?

Game Changer?

For starters, we concede SSA faces challenges… relatively low per-capita GDP, relatively low life expectancy, and more than its fair share of military conflict.

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Scotiabank positive on nickel - coal and uranium at rock bottom

In her analysis, Mohr observed, “Both coking coal and uranium are now at ‘rock-bottom’ levels, triggering mine production cuts.” Startup of the Imouraren uranium mine in Niger has been delayed until 2017 while Paladin Energy’s Kayelekera mine in Malawai has ceased production, and Cameco has halted the permitting process for the Millennium mine in Saskatchewan.

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Narendra Modi government may go slow on nuclear energy expansion: PwC

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The new government may put on the back-burner a plan to install 20 gigawatts of nuclear power capacity in the country by 2020 and instead focus on wind and solar to achieve energy security, says PwC. "Nuclear projects are not likely to be on the radar of the Modi government, at least for the next two years. It will first focus on increasing coal production, allocation and pricing, apart from clearing the balance sheets of distribution companies," PwC executive director energy utilities Sambitosh Mohapatra told PTI.

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The White House's Climate Assessment Heats Up The Discussion About Nuclear Power

Last week, the Obama Administration unveiled the enormous Third National Climate AssessmentClimate Change Impacts in the United States (the “Assessment”). The Assessment has received some modest criticisms from libertarian think tank Cato Institute, and others. And of course, energy interests across the spectrum—coal, gas, oil, biofuel, wind, solar, etc.—are puzzling over what the report means for the future of energy policy.

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