Uranium – Reuters reported China's biggest nuclear firm said nuclear project will be approved more slowly over the next few years to allay safety concerns, but commitment to the sector remained undimmed.
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Uranium – Today's Zaman reports on Turkey's nuclear talks with other countries.
Rare Earth – As the natural and now nuclear disaster unfolds in Japan, the number one importer of Chinese rare earth, rare earth stocks have been taking a hit. However, as an impending nuclear meltdown may increase the willingness of governments to jettison nuclear projects and move toward alternative energy, this may be a time to get into rare earth as they are essential for renewable energy, wind turbines and hybrid/electric vehicles.
Uranium – ProPublica (Editorial) reports a discussion on nuclear plants handled in U.S. during a major natural disaster.
Uranium – People’s Daily Online reports on nuclear power capacity for China to increase tremendously in the next decade. The official said that under an initial estimate, China’s scale of nuclear power should reach at least 75 million kilowatts in order to achieve the target by 2020, while currently, China’s nuclear power installed capacity is only 9 [...]
Uranium – The Huffington Post reports Goldman Sachs is bullish on nuclear energy. After acquiring the overseas energy trading holdings of Constellation Energy Group last year, the bank acquired undisclosed amounts of uranium, the NY Post reports. For complete news, click here.
Uranium – World Nuclear News reports Toshiba, The Shaw Group and Exelon team up to pursue nuclear projects in Saudi Arabia. Under the terms of a teaming agreement, Shaw, Toshiba and Exelon Nuclear Partners – a division of US utility Exelon – will jointly pursue engineering, procurement, construction and operations of nuclear power plants using Toshiba’s Advanced Boiling [...]
Uranium – Forbes.blog reports on Areva and its recent agreement with a new nuclear reactor. It’s illegal to build a new nuclear reactor in California. “There is no solution without nuclear power,” Lauvergeon declared during a visit to Forbes’ offices on Friday. Of the California law: “One way or another, it will change,” she said. Her confidence flies in the [...]
Uranium – Sparton Resources reports its secondary uranium recovery program in China was highlighted on the BBC Radio 4’s show “You and Yours” on April 15, 2010. The BBC radio network, based in Great Britain is one of the leading news services in the world. BBC Radio Host Winifred Robinson interviewed Sparton’s President Lee Barker along with nuclear waste [...]