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New Orleans-based Entergy Corp. today submitted a combined construction and operating license application to the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, selecting GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy's next-generation ESBWR reactor design.
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Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/bf3830/reemergence_of_the) has announced the addition of the "Reemergence of the Nuclear Industry in the Global Energy Sector" report to their offering.
By Steven Erlanger Maia de la Baume contributed reporting from Paris and Matthew L. Wald contributed from Washington. * It looks like an ordinary building site, but for the two massive, rounded concrete shells looming above the ocean, like dusty mushrooms.
By Sandy Shore Associated Press DENVER -- Cattleman George Glasier sees the next nuclear era amid the blood-orange mesas of the Paradox Valley, the same Western range lands that hold a darker legacy from the last rush to pull uranium from the ground.
By STEVE TERRELL Republican makes few references to oil in spot By Steve Terrell The New Mexican After nearly two months of television ads by Democratic U.S.
By Hagadone, Zach U.S. Sen. Larry Craig, R-Idaho, returned recently from a fact- finding trip to France, where he toured several AREVA nuclear facilities and met with the energy giant's CEO Anne Lauvergeon.
Text of unattributed report headlined "Another media blitz planned on nuclear energy" published by Indian newspaper The Hindu website on 16 July New Delhi: Stating that the India-US nuclear deal will end India's technological isolation suffered since the Pokharan tests, Petroleum and Natural Gas Minister Murli Deora said on Tuesday [15 July] that the deal assured the country of supplies needed to power the future.
Text of report by Indian news agency PTI New Delhi, 15 July: Petroleum Ministry is planning a second round of media blitzkrieg to explain the strategic importance of nuclear energy, which Oil Minister Murli Deora said would help reduce revenue loss on fuel sales.