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Category: Nuclear Power

The analysis published under this category are as follows.

Politics

Thursday, January 19, 2012

China to Aid Saudi Arabia in Nuclear Power Development / Politics / Nuclear Power

By: OilPrice_Com

Ever since the end of World War Two, the U.S. has come to regard Saudi Arabia as almost its exclusive oil producing enclave.

In February 1945, after the Yalta Conference with Soviet General Secretary Iosif Stalin and British Prime Minister Winston Churchill, on his way home U.S. President Franklin Delano Roosevelt and King Ibn Saud met aboard the New Orleans-class heavy cruiser U.S.S. Quincy in the Suez Canal's Great Bitter Lake. During the meeting, instigated by Roosevelt, he and Ibn Saud concluded a secret agreement in which the U.S. would provide Saudi Arabia military security, including military assistance, training and a military base at Dhahran in Saudi Arabia, in exchange for secure access to supplies of oil.

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Politics

Friday, January 06, 2012

Slovakia's Nuclear Schizophrenia - Shut Down, Continue As Usual or? / Politics / Nuclear Power

By: OilPrice_Com

Best Financial Markets Analysis ArticleThe implosion of the USSR in December 1991 produced massive economic "collateral damage" in its East European allies, as they simultaneously sought both to assert their new-found independence and draw closer to their potential European allies on the western side of 1946's "Iron Curtain."

Following the euphoria amity quickly devolved down to practical issues, one of which was that the European Union was leery of welcoming new members after the collapse of Communism that relied on power from Soviet-era nuclear power facilities, especially in the wake of the April 1986 nuclear disaster at Chernobyl in Ukraine.

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Politics

Thursday, December 29, 2011

Another Asian Fukushima Nuclear Catastrophe Imminent? / Politics / Nuclear Power

By: OilPrice_Com

Taiwan imports 99 percent of its energy, which is vital to its rapidly industrializing economy.

The island nation's electricity demand was recently growing at almost 5 percent per year, but this is slowing to about 3.3 percent per annum to 2013. Nuclear power has been a significant part of the electricity supply for two decades and now provides 17 percent of the country's overall energy needs.

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Politics

Monday, December 19, 2011

Fukushima is Not Safe, Time to Panic! / Politics / Nuclear Power

By: LewRockwell

Best Financial Markets Analysis ArticleIan Goddard writes: Following the Fukushima nuclear disaster, the Japanese Government raised the level of allowable radiation from 1 to 20 millisieverts per year. This so-called “safety level” is the cut-off criterion for compensation for damage to private property incurred by fallout contamination. The reasoning is: if doses below 20 millisieverts per year are safe, then property holders have no grounds upon which to file suit for compensation and the perpetrators are thereby shielded from liability.

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Politics

Wednesday, November 09, 2011

The High Cost of Nuclear Energy Freedom from Fossil Fuels / Politics / Nuclear Power

By: Walter_Brasch

Best Financial Markets Analysis ArticleFor a few hours on the afternoon of Nov. 1, the people of southern California were scared by initial reports of an alert at the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station. An “alert” is the second of four warning levels.

Workers first detected an ammonia leak in a water purification system about 3 p.m. Ammonia, when mixed into air, is toxic. The 30 gallons of ammonia were caught in a holding tank and posed no health risk, according to the Nuclear Regulatory Agency (NRC).  

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Politics

Friday, November 04, 2011

Japan Fukushima Nuclear Cover-Up Exposed by New International Report / Politics / Nuclear Power

By: OilPrice_Com

Best Financial Markets Analysis ArticleJapan's six reactor Fukushima Daichi nuclear complex has inadvertently become the world's bell-weather poster child for the inherent risks of nuclear power ever since the 11 March Tohoku offshore earthquake, measuring 9.0 on the Richter scale, triggered a devastating tsunami that effectively destroyed the complex.

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Commodities

Friday, October 07, 2011

From Nuclear Disaster To Electric Car Disaster / Commodities / Nuclear Power

By: Andrew_McKillop

Best Financial Markets Analysis ArticleTurning an ill wind for nuclear power into a great post-disaster fillip for carbon neutral business as usual, Japan's shaken corporate elite has rallied to the "inevitable" all electric car solution.  As Osamu Masuko, President of Mitsubishi Motors  said on 3 October at the annual CEATEC show displaying the latest high-tech wares from rivals like Renault-Nissan, Sony, and NTT Docomo : “The role for electric cars changed dramatically since March 11,” (the date of the Fukushima disaster). He added: “We need to think of ways to store energy to use it.”

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Politics

Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Nuclear Power, The Economic Dirty Bomb / Politics / Nuclear Power

By: Andrew_McKillop

Best Financial Markets Analysis ArticleWithin the next 15 years as many as 100 industry standard 900 MW nuclear reactors, concentrated in the "old nuclear' countries will have to be decommissioned, dismantled and made safe - unless the sinister farce of reactor operating lifetime extensions goes on playing. In some countries, especially Germany, Switzerland and probably Japan this farce has already ended or could end very soon. When it does, nuclear debt will go into overdrive from its already high gear shift setting.

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Commodities

Thursday, August 04, 2011

Nuclear Glow at the End of the Tunnel / Commodities / Nuclear Power

By: Casey_Research

Best Financial Markets Analysis ArticleBy Elizabeth Manning, Casey Energy Opportunities writes: Nuclear energy has taken a beating since the Fukushima crisis began in March, but we believe the arguments are strong that it's not down for the count.

There are a couple of factors that the Casey Energy Team considers bullish for the nuclear industry and market. Let's take a closer look and back them up.

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Politics

Friday, July 08, 2011

Despite Fukushima, Russia's Nuclear Industry is Open for Business / Politics / Nuclear Power

By: OilPrice_Com

Japan's 11 March catastrophe at its six-reactor Daichi Fukushima nuclear power complex has had global repercussions, hardly surprising given the trillions of dollars invested in civilian nuclear energy over the last five decades. Ironically, just a year ago the nuclear power industry saw itself on the verge of a renaissance, with worldwide concerns about global warming causing many to reconsider the merits of nuclear energy, which produces no greenhouse gases.

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Politics

Thursday, June 30, 2011

Worldwide Nuclear Industry Woes Deepen / Politics / Nuclear Power

By: OilPrice_Com

The year 2011 will go down for the nuclear industry worldwide as an annus horribilis.

First came the March Fukushima nuclear disaster, with operator Tokyo Electric Power Co. (TEPCO) belatedly acknowledging that three of the facility's six reactors did, in fact, suffer core meltdowns.

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Politics

Monday, June 27, 2011

U.S. Nuclear Accident May Be Imminent at Fort Calhoun Nebraska Nuclear Plant / Politics / Nuclear Power

By: Patrick_Henningsen

Best Financial Markets Analysis ArticleWhile the mainstream media guardians have been napping, we published a comprehensive article warning the public of the dangers present at Ft Calhoun. Now we are told that the flood berm has now collapsed after being punctured by “an unidentified piece of machinery“. Our big media stars and knuckle-dragging elected officials should be reminded here that this plant’s rod pool holds 20 years worth of spent fuel rods from all plants in the state plus 1/3 of of the rods that were removed during a recent refueling that was just accomplished.

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Commodities

Sunday, June 26, 2011

Collapse Of The Nuclear Empire, Double Or Quits For Nuclear Business / Commodities / Nuclear Power

By: Andrew_McKillop

Best Financial Markets Analysis ArticleLEAD IN ITS WINGS
Unlike the Chernobyl catastrophe of 1986 which was easy to shrug off as a faraway Soviet disaster with only "minor fallout impacts", by political deciders and government-friendly media in the most extremely nuclear-committed Western democracies, especially France, the March 2011 Fukushima disaster is a paradigm changer. Germany and Switzerland now have official plans to exit and abandon nuclear power within 10 years; Italy voted 95 percent against a restart of its nuclear programme, already abandoned by a previous national referendum in 1987. Japanese opinion polls presently show that as many as 75 percent of Japanese want to exit nuclear power.

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Politics

Thursday, June 23, 2011

Mainstream Media Blackout on Nuclear Incident at Fort Calhoun Nebraska? / Politics / Nuclear Power

By: Patrick_Henningsen

Diamond Rated - Best Financial Markets Analysis ArticleSince flooding began on June 6th, there has been a disturbingly low level of media attention given to the crisis at the Fort Calhoun Nuclear Facility near Omaha, Nebraska. But evidence strongly suggests that something very serious may have happened there.

Unfortunately for members of the public, there is no shortage of proof that serious nuclear incidents and radiation releases have happened in America, and have been covered up each and every time. For this reason, it is paramount that the media and the public demand every bit of information available on this latest event.

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Politics

Saturday, June 18, 2011

Atomic Annie Bites The Uranium Dust / Politics / Nuclear Power

By: Andrew_McKillop

Best Financial Markets Analysis ArticleAnne Lauvergeon, nicknamed 'Atomic Annie' and CEO of France's murky Areva nuclear corporation with activities ranging from uranium mining ventures - and adventures in Africa - to building the world's slowest and most expensive reactor, a French EPR in Finland, was officially ousted by Nicolas Sarkozy on June 16 and will quit Areva by June 29. The decision was in fact long-expected by nuclear business watchers, but the final trigger was her handling of the blow-back in France from the Japanese Fukushima disaster, adding to Areva's near-bankruptcy, its badly handled operations in Africa, USA, France, Japan and Germany, and intense wrangling inside France's ultra-secretive nuclear business with Areva always on the losing side.

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Commodities

Thursday, June 16, 2011

Nuclear Twilight in Europe / Commodities / Nuclear Power

By: OilPrice_Com

It is becoming evident to many that the March nuclear catastrophe at Japan's six reactor Daichi Fukushima complex has dealt a huge, possibly fatal, blow to the nuclear industry's hopes of a revival.

A year ago even global warming enthusiasts reluctantly embraced nuclear power as a carbon-free energy generating system, and the industry was ramping up for glory days as a result.

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Commodities

Thursday, June 16, 2011

Germany to Scrap Nuclear Power, The Future of Atomkraft / Commodities / Nuclear Power

By: Marin_Katusa

Best Financial Markets Analysis ArticleMarin Katusa, Casey Energy Opportunities writes: In a dramatic about-face, Chancellor Angela Merkel announced last Monday that Germany will phase out nuclear power completely by 2022, shutting down its nine operational reactors and never restarting the seven reactors that were suspended in the wake of the nuclear disaster at Japan’s Fukushima Daiichi plant.

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Commodities

Friday, May 27, 2011

The Civil Nuclear Energy Renaissance, Growing Uranium Demand / Commodities / Nuclear Power

By: Richard_Mills

Diamond Rated - Best Financial Markets Analysis ArticleConcerns about climate change, carbon footprints, energy security and the rising cost of fossil fuels spurred a revival of interest in nuclear power generation. In early 2010 we saw the start of a of a global civil nuclear renaissance. It was derailed when the unfortunate Fukushima-Daiichi nuclear power plant accident paused the renaissance for reactor safety inspections.

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Politics

Wednesday, May 25, 2011

India's Nuclear Insanity / Politics / Nuclear Power

By: Global_Research

Best Financial Markets Analysis ArticleDr. Vandana Shiva writes: Fukushima has raised, once again, the perennial questions about human fallibility and human frailty, about human hubris and man’s arrogance in thinking he can control nature. The earthquakes, the tsunami, the meltdown at Japan’s nuclear power plant are nature’s reminders of her power.

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Politics

Saturday, May 07, 2011

Hamaoka, Another Japanese Nuclear Plant Shut Down / Politics / Nuclear Power

By: Pravda

Best Financial Markets Analysis ArticlePremier orders shutdown of another nuclear plant in Japan, Naoto Kan asks suspension of Hamaoka reactors until there are security measures to tackle tsunami or earthquake...

The Japanese Prime Minister, Naoto Kan, decided on Friday to suspend the operation of the Hamaoka nuclear power plant (southwest of Tokyo) because of the risk of an earthquake in the region, informed the local agency "Kyodo."

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