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

 

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.

Earlier, he answered 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.

Next week, Amrita Sen, oil analyst at BarCap, answers all your oil-related queries. Email questions to energy.source@ft.com by the end of Sunday, March 27th.

But for now, over to Keith:

Kiran Stacey

In this week’s readers’ Q&A session, Keith 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.

In the second post, published later on Friday, he will discuss 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.

Next week, Amrita Sen, oil analyst at BarCap, answers all your oil-related queries. Email questions to energy.source@ft.com by the end of Sunday, March 27th.

But for now, over to Keith:

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