Daily Archives: April 1, 2011

FT Energy Source

- Stabilising nuclear plant to take years – FT
- Nuclear radiation seeps into Japanese groundwater – The Guardian
- Japan to release emergency LPG stocks – Argus
- Japan crisis hits nuclear sell-off plan – FT
- Tepco discloses problem with radiation readings – WSJ
- Japan PM wants Tepco to remain private company – Reuters
- Japan, France call for G20 nuclear meeting – AFP
- Opec output down as Libyan loss tops Saudi gain – Bloomberg
- RWE challenges German nuclear closures – FT
- Swiss nuclear lobby hit by bomb – The Guardian
- Saudi budget could require high oil price – FT
- Kremlin tells ministers to quit boards – FT
- Oil industry meets Chris Huhne over tax grab – The Telegraph
- Topaz postpones $1.7bn flotation – FT
- Xstrata agrees record thermal coal contract – FT
- Legal fight buffets green energy giant – The Times
- Shell sells Chile operations for $614m – WSJ Read more

Kiran Stacey

In this week’s readers’ Q&A session, Ketih Parker, chief executive of the UK’s Nuclear Industry Association, answers your questions.
In this post, he discusses whether the events in Fukushima are a good advertisement for the industry, what are the full costs of nuclear power and what the industry’s view is of renewable power. Read more

Kiran Stacey

In this week’s readers’ Q&A session, Ketih Parker, chief executive of the UK’s Nuclear Industry Association, answers your questions.
In the first of two posts, Keith answers your questions on what constitutes a nuclear meltdown, whether there is likely to be a public backlash against nuclear in the UK and how the industry should now change. Read more