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Friday, February 9, 2018

The Rule of Law in Jeopardy – LobeLog

The Rule of Law in Jeopardy – LobeLog

Russiagate or Intelgate? | The Nation

Russiagate or Intelgate? | The Nation: The publication of the Republican House Committee memo and reports of other documents increasingly suggest not only a “Russiagate” without Russia but also something darker: The “collusion” may not have been in the White House or the Kremlin.

The Daily 202: Rand Paul’s short-lived shutdown is ending, but his warning about GOP deficit hypocrisy reverberates - The Washington Post

The Daily 202: Rand Paul’s short-lived shutdown is ending, but his warning about GOP deficit hypocrisy reverberates - The Washington Post: After House passes budget deal to end six-hour shutdown, Paul’s Republican colleagues remain angry at him. That was the point.

How Google and Facebook hooked us – and how to break the habit | New Scientist

How Google and Facebook hooked us – and how to break the habit | New Scientist: Big tech companies avoid taxes and have taken over our lives and created monopolies – but what can we do about it and how much change do we really want?

Does Trump make a nuclear world war more likely? - International news - Jerusalem Post

Does Trump make a nuclear world war more likely? - International news - Jerusalem Post: Utility industry news, voices and jobs for energy industry professionals. Optimized for your mobile phone.

Toshiba seeks deal in Ukraine to revive nuclear power business:The Asahi Shimbun

Toshiba seeks deal in Ukraine to revive nuclear power business:The Asahi Shimbun: Toshiba Corp. is planning another foray into an overseas nuclear-power industry, forced in part by t

IAEA: Upgraded Nuclear Reactor Simulator Enhances Training Opportunities for Member States

Upgraded Nuclear Reactor Simulator Enhances Training Opportunities for Member States

Demonstration of PC-based nuclear reactor simulators at the IAEA General Conference exhibition, September 2015. (Photo: A.Evrensel/IAEA)
The IAEA has received an upgraded nuclear reactor simulator from the Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute (KAERI) to support education and training in Member States. The simulator operates on personal computers and is a basic educational tool for nuclear engineers to help them understand operational characteristics, safety and control systems, and engineering aspects of a two-loop pressurized water reactor (PWR).
Since 2012, when KAERI first developed the initial version of this PWR simulator and made it available to the IAEA, the software has been used widely in IAEA workshops and training courses on nuclear reactor systems and PWR technologies in numerous Member States.
The simulators support interactive and intuitive ways of learning and are very useful for human capacity building in newcomer countries.
Stefano Monti, Section Head, IAEA Nuclear Power Technology Development Section
 “KAERI has recently upgraded the simulator to accommodate the changes in the PC operating system and to incorporate user feedback,” explained KAERI’s Senior Vice President Joon Eon Yang. “The upgraded simulator is fully compatible with the Windows 10 operating system. It has an improved graphical user interface and the new code has been written in C# programming language.”
“We appreciate that KAERI has upgraded the simulator, which will support the IAEA in continuing its services to Member States in the field of education and training,” said Stefano Monti, Head of the Nuclear Power Technology Development Section, IAEA Division of Nuclear Power. “The simulators support interactive and intuitive ways of learning and are very useful for human capacity building in newcomer countries.”
The IAEA has a collection of ten such basic principle nuclear reactor simulators and is working continuously to increase the number of simulators available. A Small Modular Reactor (SMR) simulator for educational purposes was added to the training suite at the end of last year. All simulators are provided free of charge to IAEA Member States.
Screenshot of a two-loop PWR simulator.
Learning by Doing
In 2017, the IAEA convened a technical meeting that addressed the use of PC based basic principle simulators in education and training to enhance the understanding of nuclear technologies through ‘learning by doing’. Experts from 21 Member States considered hands-on experimental training as highly suitable for operators, maintenance technicians, suppliers, regulators, students and engineers. The findings of this meeting are presented in a new IAEA publication, Developing a Systematic Education and Training Approach Using Personal Computer Based Simulators for Nuclear Power Programmes  (IAEA TECDOC No. 1836).

Pre-construction progress at Gorakhpur

Pre-construction progress at Gorakhpur: India's Atomic Energy Regulatory Board (AERB) has approved the start of excavation work at Gorakhpur for the construction of two 700 MWe pressurised heavy water reactors (PHWRs). Construction will start on the first unit in 2019, Minister of State Jitendra Singh told the Indian parliament yesterday.

Major DOE NOPR supporters skip rehearing requests at FERC | Utility Dive

Major DOE NOPR supporters skip rehearing requests at FERC | Utility Dive: Utility industry news, voices and jobs for energy industry professionals. Optimized for your mobile phone.

West Feliciana and St. Charles to reap windfall from nuclear power plant tax change | News | theadvocate.com

West Feliciana and St. Charles to reap windfall from nuclear power plant tax change | News | theadvocate.com: In response to debate over the allocation of tax revenue from Louisiana's two nuclear power plants, the Louisiana Tax Commission on Thursday announced changes that will give more money to

The atomic age bears America's original sin | Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists

The atomic age bears America's original sin | Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists: “Was it a compliment?” I asked the Italian architect Ludovico Centis after his presentation at the University of Chicago on December 2, 2017, which was 75 years to the day since a group of scientists led by Enrico Fermi achieved the world’s first controlled, self-sustained nuclear chain reaction on the same campus.

Tech entanglement—China, the United States, and artificial intelligence | Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists

Tech entanglement—China, the United States, and artificial intelligence | Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists: The experts on the new Nuclear Posture Review

Pyongyang, PyeongChang, and the limits of Olympic diplomacy | Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists

Pyongyang, PyeongChang, and the limits of Olympic diplomacy | Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists: The Trump administration has officially rolled out its new Nuclear Posture Review after weeks of commentary and analysis of a leaked version of the review.

The experts on the new Nuclear Posture Review


The experts on the new Nuclear Posture Review

https://thebulletin.org/experts-new-nuclear-posture-review11480

Except for Syria, Middle East Disappeared from U.S. Network News in 2017 | Inter Press Service

Except for Syria, Middle East Disappeared from U.S. Network News in 2017 | Inter Press Service

Jim Rogers Says Next Bear Market Will Be Worst in His Life - Bloomberg

Jim Rogers Says Next Bear Market Will Be Worst in His Life - Bloomberg: Jim Rogers, 75, says the next bear market in stocks will be more catastrophic than any other market downturn that he’s lived through.

Senate reaches budget deal with huge defense boost

Senate reaches budget deal with huge defense boost: Senate lawmakers have reached a two-year deal that would set defense spending at $700 billion for 2018 and $716 billion for 2019.

Bipartisan Budget Deal Sets Stage for Rising Deficits, CBO Shows - Bloomberg

Bipartisan Budget Deal Sets Stage for Rising Deficits, CBO Shows - Bloomberg: The bipartisan budget deal President Donald Trump hopes to sign this week would set the stage for a massive increase in the federal deficit in coming years, a Congressional Budget Office report shows.

Poland Waves Goodbye to Russian Gas After 74 Years - Bloomberg

Poland Waves Goodbye to Russian Gas After 74 Years - Bloomberg: Russia’s oldest natural gas buyer is ready to break up after more than 74 years.

China's latest move in the graveyard of empires | Asia Times

China's latest move in the graveyard of empires | Asia Times: Rex Tillerson lectured countries on Beijing’s ‘imperial’ menace on a visit to the region this week but analysts expect its influence to grow

While Trump eyes Latin America with malign neglect, China sees opportunity | World news | The Guardian

While Trump eyes Latin America with malign neglect, China sees opportunity | World news | The Guardian: Rex Tillerson lectured countries on Beijing’s ‘imperial’ menace on a visit to the region this week but analysts expect its influence to grow

Huge levels of antibiotic use in US farming revealed | Environment | The Guardian

Huge levels of antibiotic use in US farming revealed | Environment | The Guardian: Concerns raised over weakened regulations on imports in potential post-Brexit trade deals

What the hell is a climate model—and why does it matter? - MIT Technology Review

What the hell is a climate model—and why does it matter? - MIT Technology Review: Better technology, techniques, and data sharing have allowed scientists to try novel experiments—or simply run many more of them.

US Stock Markets Enter Correction Territory as Dow Falls More Than 1000 Points | naked capitalism

US Stock Markets Enter Correction Territory as Dow Falls More Than 1000 Points | naked capitalism: The stock market continues to be moody as investors fret that good economic data means more Fed rate hikes.

France Calls for Humanitarian Corridors in Syria as Death Toll in Ghouta Mounts | Asharq AL-awsat

France Calls for Humanitarian Corridors in Syria as Death Toll in Ghouta Mounts | Asharq AL-awsat: Middle-East Arab News and Opinion - Asharq Al-Awsat is the world’s premier pan-Arab daily newspaper, printed simultaneously each day on four continents in 14 cities

Arab League Calls for Support of Countries Hosting Syrian Refugees | Asharq AL-awsat

Arab League Calls for Support of Countries Hosting Syrian Refugees | Asharq AL-awsat: Middle-East Arab News and Opinion - Asharq Al-Awsat is the world’s premier pan-Arab daily newspaper, printed simultaneously each day on four continents in 14 cities

Al Qaida still going strong as Daesh crumbles: UN report | GulfNews.com

Al Qaida still going strong as Daesh crumbles: UN report | GulfNews.com: China developing faster and slower maglev trains

China developing faster and slower maglev trains | NextBigFuture.com

China developing faster and slower maglev trains | NextBigFuture.com: China developing faster and slower maglev trains

Thursday, February 8, 2018

Nuclear future on a smaller scale | Texarkana Breaking News

Nuclear future on a smaller scale | Texarkana Breaking News: CORVALLIS, Ore.—It's not quite Stagg Field, the University of Chicago site of the first nuclear chain reaction in 1942. But perched in what looks like a giant birdcage at Oregon State University is a steel cylinder nearly 20 feet tall, thick as a redwood, bristling with gauges and wrapped in a tangle of wires. Nearby, in a windowless control room, two dozen digital displays surround a central operations bench.

Nuclear News Roundup Feb 06, 2017 | Nucleotidings

Nuclear News Roundup Feb 06, 2017 | Nucleotidings

U.S. Looks To Sell 15% Of Strategic Petroleum Reserve | OilPrice.com

U.S. Looks To Sell 15% Of Strategic Petroleum Reserve | OilPrice.com: The U.S. Congress has reached a budget deal which includes the sale of 15 percent of the total Strategic Petroleum Reserve between 2022 and 2017

Russia Routed Millions to Influence Clinton in Uranium Deal, Informant Tells Congress

Russia Routed Millions to Influence Clinton in Uranium Deal, Informant Tells Congress: A spokesman for Hillary Clinton said the allegations are a distraction from the probe into Russian collusion in the 2016 election.

The US lists Russia's Su-57 and PAK-DA as nuclear strike aircraft - Business Insider

The US lists Russia's Su-57 and PAK-DA as nuclear strike aircraft - Business Insider

Lawmakers Delay Hearing on Bill to Rescue Nuclear Plants - NIRS

Lawmakers Delay Hearing on Bill to Rescue Nuclear Plants - NIRS: As Democrats and Republicans target each other with accusations of ‘Russian collusion,’ they seize on evidence of the other’s alleged wrongdoing, no matter how flimsy. The latest such case is the Uranium One controversy.

Uranium One: Nuclear scandal fallout hits FBI & Clintons — RT US News

Uranium One: Nuclear scandal fallout hits FBI & Clintons — RT US News: As Democrats and Republicans target each other with accusations of ‘Russian collusion,’ they seize on evidence of the other’s alleged wrongdoing, no matter how flimsy. The latest such case is the Uranium One controversy.

NEI CEO Says US in Danger of Ceding Nuclear Technology Leadership - Nuclear Energy Institute

NEI CEO Says US in Danger of Ceding Nuclear Technology Leadership - Nuclear Energy Institute: NEI President and CEO Maria Korsnick said the U.S. is in danger of losing its technological leadership in commercial nuclear energy to major rivals if more is not done to properly value and support the technology domestically during a hearing on Capitol Hill.

Uranium One Informant Tells Congress Obama got Briefed on the Scandal - Approve it Anyway | Opinion - Conservative

Uranium One Informant Tells Congress Obama got Briefed on the Scandal - Approve it Anyway | Opinion - Conservative

Nuclear Industry Moves Forward on Accident Tolerant Fuels - Nuclear Energy Institute

Nuclear Industry Moves Forward on Accident Tolerant Fuels - Nuclear Energy Institute: Accident tolerant nuclear reactor fuels are a potential game changer for the industry. Originating as an offshoot of the U.S. Department of Energy’s advanced fuels research after the 2011 Fukushima accident, the capabilities of these more robust fuel designs are showing enough promise that the U.S. nuclear industry wants to accelerate their development and possible deployment.

FBI informant: Russia paid to influence Clinton on uranium | Daily Mail Online

FBI informant: Russia paid to influence Clinton on uranium | Daily Mail Online: An FBI informant has told three congressional committees that Moscow tried to buy influence with Hillary Clinton by steering money to her foundation while the Uranium One deal was under review.

Chinese scholars view N.K. nuclear weapons as ‘reality’ : The DONG-A ILBO

Chinese scholars view N.K. nuclear weapons as ‘reality’ : The DONG-A ILBO

Uranium One Informant Attorney: Clintons Can Attack All They Want, But My Client Has the Truth – Breitbart | True Viral News

Uranium One Informant Attorney: Clintons Can Attack All They Want, But My Client Has the Truth – Breitbart | True Viral News

China Is Developing AI-Enabled Nuclear Submarines That Can Think For Themselves | Zero Hedge

China Is Developing AI-Enabled Nuclear Submarines That Can Think For Themselves | Zero Hedge: China National Nuclear Corporation attended the 12th International Geological Conference in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia on Feb 4, exhibiting its innovative achievements including the...

CNNC China National Nuclear : attends 12th intl geological conference in Jeddah

CNNC China National Nuclear : attends 12th intl geological conference in Jeddah: China National Nuclear Corporation attended the 12th International Geological Conference in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia on Feb 4, exhibiting its innovative achievements including the...

Govt gives approval, financial sanction to build 12 nuclear power reactors | Hindustan Times

Govt gives approval, financial sanction to build 12 nuclear power reactors | Hindustan Times: Out of the 12 nuclear reactors, 10 will be indigenous Pressurised Heavy Water Reactors and two Light Water Reactors will be established in cooperation with the Russia.

50 years on, nuclear fusion still hasn’t delivered clean energy | Science News

50 years on, nuclear fusion still hasn’t delivered clean energy | Science News: In 1968, scientists predicted that the world would soon use nuclear fusion as an energy source.

ANS Policy Wire February 8, 2018

ANS Nuclear Policy Wire
February 8, 2018

PTC ASAP
The Senate's recently announced bipartisan budget agreement includes a provision that would eliminate the "in-service" deadline for the nuclear production tax credit. The provision would allow Vogtle to qualify for the credit, even if startup occurs after 2020. The provision could also help SMR and advanced reactor projects take advantage of the remaining credit in the next decade. It's not much to look at, but if you are feeling especially wonky, the provision can be found on Page 217 of the agreement.

California Plans to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions 40% by 2030 - The Energy Collective

California Plans to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions 40% by 2030 - The Energy Collective

AEP Looks Forward, Beyond Coal, Trump Team Still Stuck In The Past - The Energy Collective

AEP Looks Forward, Beyond Coal, Trump Team Still Stuck In The Past - The Energy Collective

U.S. Oil Production Is Rising Much Faster Than Expected - The Energy Collective

U.S. Oil Production Is Rising Much Faster Than Expected - The Energy Collective

TALKS OPEN FOR 2GW NUCLEAR POWER – ZNBC

TALKS OPEN FOR 2GW NUCLEAR POWER – ZNBC

Using 3D Laser Scanning to Inspect Nuclear Power Plant | 2018-02-07 | Quality Magazine

Using 3D Laser Scanning to Inspect Nuclear Power Plant | 2018-02-07 | Quality Magazine: Nuclear power has long been a clean dependable source of energy throughout the world. However, as power plants age, concerns grow on their continued reliability. There are many components that make up the infrastructure of a nuclear power plant with the design intent to reduce radiation and contamination exposure to personnel, equipment and the surrounding environment. One of the biggest sources of this radiation and contamination comes from the vast network of pipes throughout the plant. In a Pressurized Water Reactor (PWR), the primary coolant (water) is a . . .

Dispelling The Nuclear Power Myth | Seeking Alpha

Dispelling The Nuclear Power Myth | Seeking Alpha: With little fanfare, Trump has rolled out a Nuclear Posture Review that allows for a nuclear response to conventional attacks, even cyber ones.

Donald Trump Wants to Make It Easier to Start a Nuclear War. This Should Petrify Us.

Donald Trump Wants to Make It Easier to Start a Nuclear War. This Should Petrify Us.: With little fanfare, Trump has rolled out a Nuclear Posture Review that allows for a nuclear response to conventional attacks, even cyber ones.

Toshiba seeks deal in Ukraine to revive nuclear power business:The Asahi Shimbun

Toshiba seeks deal in Ukraine to revive nuclear power business:The Asahi Shimbun: Toshiba Corp. is planning another foray into an overseas nuclear-power industry, forced in part by t

Senate Budget Deal Has Tax Credits for Only Nuke Project in U.S. - Bloomberg

Senate Budget Deal Has Tax Credits for Only Nuke Project in U.S. - Bloomberg: A broad budget agreement being voted on Thursday by U.S. lawmakers includes tax credits that would benefit two nuclear reactors under construction in Georgia by Southern Co., according to the bill’s text.

Biofuel Producers, Nuclear Power Get Boost in U.S. Budget Deal - Bloomberg

Biofuel Producers, Nuclear Power Get Boost in U.S. Budget Deal - Bloomberg: Tax credits that would benefit biofuel producers and a nuclear reactor project being constructed by Southern Co. are among the energy incentives in a budget deal that Congress must pass by midnight to keep the government open.

America’s Self-Imposed Uranium Shortage - WSJ

America’s Self-Imposed Uranium Shortage - WSJ: The U.S. and its allies have plenty, but we still buy from despots.

A new generation of scientists who understand U.S. nuclear preparedness must step up - Washington Times

A new generation of scientists who understand U.S. nuclear preparedness must step up - Washington Times: IN THE desert 220km (137 miles) from Abu Dhabi, the capital of the United Arab Emirates (UAE), a South Korean firm is close to finishing the Arab world’s first operational nuclear-power reactor. The project started ten years ago in Washington, where the Emiratis negotiated a “123 agreement”.

How a Saudi nuclear reactor could accelerate an arms race - An unenriching debate

How a Saudi nuclear reactor could accelerate an arms race - An unenriching debate: India's Atomic Energy Regulatory Board (AERB) has approved the start of excavation work at Gorakhpur for the construction of two 700 MWe pressurised heavy water reactors (PHWRs). Construction will start on the first unit in 2019, Minister of State Jitendra Singh told the Indian parliament yesterday.

Pre-construction progress at Gorakhpur

Pre-construction progress at Gorakhpur: India's Atomic Energy Regulatory Board (AERB) has approved the start of excavation work at Gorakhpur for the construction of two 700 MWe pressurised heavy water reactors (PHWRs). Construction will start on the first unit in 2019, Minister of State Jitendra Singh told the Indian parliament yesterday.

Record year for Exelon plants

Record year for Exelon plants: Exelon's nuclear fleet generated the most power on record in 2017, the company's CEO Christopher Crane said yesterday. The company will start to recognise revenue from Illinois' zero emission credit (ZEC) programme during the first quarter of this year after its Quad Cities and Clinton plants were winning bidders in the state's ZEC procurement.

Kansai to start loading fuel at Ohi 3 ahead of restart

Kansai to start loading fuel at Ohi 3 ahead of restart: The loading of fuel assemblies into the core of unit 3 at the Ohi nuclear power plant in Japan's Fukui Prefecture will begin tomorrow, Kansai Electric Power Company announced. The utility plans to return both units 3 and 4 at the plant to commercial operation by mid-2018.

Russia's Rosatom in talks to bring Turkey's EUAS into nuclear project

Russia's Rosatom in talks to bring Turkey's EUAS into nuclear project: Russian state nuclear companyRosatom said it is in talks about bringing in Turkish stateelectricity producer EUAS as a new shareholder in a project tobuild Turkey's first nuclear power plant.

Tokyo court orders Tepco to pay $10 million in damages over 2011 disaster: media

Tokyo court orders Tepco to pay $10 million in damages over 2011 disaster: media: A Tokyo court on Wednesday ordered Tokyo Electric Power (Tepco) to pay around 1.1 billion yen ($10 million) to a group of Fukushima residents, local media reported, nearly seven years after the company's reactor meltdowns in northeastern Japan.

Senators Introduce Bills Aimed at More Safety Regulation at Nuclear Power Plants | San Clemente Times

Senators Introduce Bills Aimed at More Safety Regulation at Nuclear Power Plants | San Clemente Times: California Sen. Kamala Harris introduces bill, co-sponsors another  By Eric Heinz Two bills related to decommissioning nuclear power plants that gained lit

Georgia bill would exempt schools from Plant Vogtle construction cost

Georgia bill would exempt schools from Plant Vogtle construction cost: A week after airing disagreements over a resolution that urged FirstEnergy to continue oper

Resolution to continue operating Perry Nuclear Power Plant approved

Resolution to continue operating Perry Nuclear Power Plant approved: Oyster Creek Generating Station will close in October 2018, a full 14 months before its original closing date of December 2019.

The Meaning of 10.038 Million Barrels Per Day


The Meaning of 10.038 Million Barrels Per Day

By By Energy Tomorrow Blog,   /  February 7, 2018 10:00 AM

The U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) reports that in November, U.S. oil production hit 10.038 million barrels per day – the most in half a century. 1. America is Stronger, Our Future is More Secure Access to abundant energy supplies is essential for America’s security today and tomorrow. In a world that’s powered mostly by
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Oyster Creek's Early Closure: What Does It Mean? | Jersey Shore Online

Oyster Creek's Early Closure: What Does It Mean? | Jersey Shore Online: Oyster Creek Generating Station will close in October 2018, a full 14 months before its original closing date of December 2019.

Sanders, Welch reintroduce Nuclear Plant Decommissioning Act | Vermont Business Magazine

Sanders, Welch reintroduce Nuclear Plant Decommissioning Act | Vermont Business Magazine

Advanced Reactors Front and Center at House Committee Hearing on Nuclear Energy - Lexology

Advanced Reactors Front and Center at House Committee Hearing on Nuclear Energy - Lexology: The House Committee on Energy and Commerce, Subcommittee on Energy held a hearing February 6, 2018 to discuss the challenges facing America’s nuclear…

Two Bills Introduced To Improve Safety, Security At San Onofre Nuclear Plant | KPBS

Two Bills Introduced To Improve Safety, Security At San Onofre Nuclear Plant | KPBS: California Sen. Kamala Harris is among the cosponsors of two bills introduced Wednesday that aim to increase the safety and security of decommissioned nuclear power plants such as the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station.

Press Announcements > FDA and NRC pave way for the first domestic supply of the most commonly used medical isotope in diagnostic imaging

Press Announcements > FDA and NRC pave way for the first domestic supply of the most commonly used medical isotope in diagnostic imaging: FDA and NRC today took important steps to ensure a stable and secure supply of a critical radioactive imaging product used to detect potentially life-threatening diseases

NRC’s Project Aim: Off-target? - Union of Concerned Scientists

NRC’s Project Aim: Off-target? - Union of Concerned Scientists: Maine's governor wants to gut fast-tracked wind permits

Maine's governor wants to gut fast-tracked wind permits

Maine's governor wants to gut fast-tracked wind permits


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Fukushima Update 2/8/18

Fukushima Update 2/8/18

Radiation exposure due to the Fukushima accident is measured in “round-trip transoceanic” units… The percentage of Fukushima foods in school lunches returns to pre-2011 levels… F. Daiichi’s new rubble storage facility is shown to the Press… A Tokyo court awards more than $10 million in compensation to 318 Minamisoma residents… 2,400 of the 12,800 Odaka evacuees have returned home…. And more.
http://www.hiroshimasyndrome.com/fukushima-accident-updates.html

The Fallacy of the Ninety-Seven Percent | ANS Nuclear Cafe

The Fallacy of the Ninety-Seven Percent | ANS Nuclear Cafe

Fort St. Vrain in Pictures: 1


Fort St. Vrain in Pictures: 1

http://ansnuclearcafe.org/2018/02/06/fort-st-vrain-in-pictures-1/#sthash.dieLZGIA.dpbs

Wednesday, February 7, 2018

Limited nuclear war a dangerous fallacy | The London Free Press

Limited nuclear war a dangerous fallacy | The London Free Press: News, Local, Provincial, Canada, World, Sports, High School Sports, Local Hockey, Hockey, Basketball, Baseball, Football, Soccer, Lacrosse, Curling, Other Sports, Entertainment, Local, Movies, Music, Television, Celebrities, Life, Health, Food, Travel, Money, Opinion, Editorial, Letters, Column, Your Newspaper, Social medias, Events, UR, News, Sports, Life, Entertainment, Money, Opinion, Marketplace, Photos, Videos, Contests, Polls, Weather, Sitemap, Event Submission

Seven Years Later Fukushima Radiation Levels Spiking to Lethal Levels | Alternative

Seven Years Later Fukushima Radiation Levels Spiking to Lethal Levels | Alternative

It’s time to reassess the nuclear triad - The Washington Post

It’s time to reassess the nuclear triad - The Washington Post: The Feb. 4 editorial “An unnecessary nuclear detour” argued against acquiring a new air-launched cruise missile armed with a low-yield nuclear warhead. But the broader question that the Nuclear Post...

US to use low-yield nukes to prod Russia to respect nuclear pacts | Inquirer News

US to use low-yield nukes to prod Russia to respect nuclear pacts | Inquirer News: The US plan to deploy new low-yield nuclear weapons is aimed at convincing Russia to respect existing agreements on limiting the weapons, Secretary of Defense James Mattis said Tuesday.

Mattis: The U.S. Needs a Smaller Nuke to Prevent Nuclear War

Mattis: The U.S. Needs a Smaller Nuke to Prevent Nuclear War: The Defense Secretary said if the military had smaller nukes, it would deter nations from hitting the U.S. with small nuclear weapons of their own.

Senator Wants Security Increased at San Onofre Nuclear Plant | KEIB-AM

Senator Wants Security Increased at San Onofre Nuclear Plant | KEIB-AM: The state's ratepayer advocate, who is skeptical of the subsidy, is adamant that she get access to financial information, an idea the company rejects.

PSEG, seeking $300M subsidy, defends excluding ratepayer watchdog

PSEG, seeking $300M subsidy, defends excluding ratepayer watchdog: Compared with the United States' new nuclear doctrine that is noncommittal about scenarios when it might use nuclear weapons, China's policy is unambiguous.

Policy review suggests US likely to use nuclear weapons - Chinadaily.com.cn

Policy review suggests US likely to use nuclear weapons - Chinadaily.com.cn: Compared with the United States' new nuclear doctrine that is noncommittal about scenarios when it might use nuclear weapons, China's policy is unambiguous.

Nikkei Editorial: The new US nuclear policy is a step backwards- Nikkei Asian Review

Nikkei Editorial: The new US nuclear policy is a step backwards- Nikkei Asian Review: The administration of U.S. President Donald Trump has released its Nuclear Posture Review, which sets out the guiding principles of the country's nucl

Uranium One informant makes Clinton allegations in testimony | TheHill

Uranium One informant makes Clinton allegations in testimony | TheHill: The Hill obtained the written testimony of the FBI informant, Douglas Campbell.

Mattis Defends Plan to Deploy Small Nuclear Arms

Mattis Defends Plan to Deploy Small Nuclear Arms

New weapons needed to counter Russia, China that are strategic competitors, not partners



http://freebeacon.com/national-security/mattis-defends-plan-deploy-small-nuclear-arms/

Mini reactor builders eye fleet savings to supply Canada's icy north

https://analysis.nuclearenergyinsider.com/mini-reactor-builders-eye-fleet-savings-supply-canadas-icy-north?utm_campaign=NEI%2007FEB18%20Newsletter%202&utm_medium=email&utm_source=Eloqua&elqTrackId=1693d2adf1334c2aa666baf94cd067a9&elq=18ec86a57fe1451b8c1360dad93d0dbd&elqaid=34168&elqat=1&elqCampaignId=17435

U.S. GAO - Department of Energy: Continued Actions Needed to Modernize Nuclear Infrastructure and Address Management Challenges

U.S. GAO - Department of Energy: Continued Actions Needed to Modernize Nuclear Infrastructure and Address Management Challenges: The Department of Energy's (DOE) National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) manages the U.S. nuclear weapons stockpile and supports nonproliferation efforts.

Court: Idaho nuclear waste documents won't be made public | State | idahostatejournal.com

Court: Idaho nuclear waste documents won't be made public | State | idahostatejournal.com: BOISE, Idaho (AP) — U.S. officials don't have to provide details about proposed shipments of extremely radioactive spent commercial nuclear fuel to the country's top government nuclear research laboratory in

Indian Govt gives approval, financial sanction to build 12 nuclear power reactors | Hindustan Times

Govt gives approval, financial sanction to build 12 nuclear power reactors | Hindustan Times: Out of the 12 nuclear reactors, 10 will be indigenous Pressurised Heavy Water Reactors and two Light Water Reactors will be established in cooperation with the Russia.

Is India's Coal Power Sector Set To Crash? 65% Of Existing Coal Generation Costs More Than New Wind Or Solar - The Energy Collective

Is India's Coal Power Sector Set To Crash? 65% Of Existing Coal Generation Costs More Than New Wind Or Solar - The Energy Collective

China Surpassed the United States as the World's Largest Crude Oil Importer in 2017 - The Energy Collective

China Surpassed the United States as the World's Largest Crude Oil Importer in 2017 - The Energy Collective

Delivery Of Russian LNG Heats Up Discussion About U.S. Energy Dominance And Sanctions - The Energy Collective

Delivery Of Russian LNG Heats Up Discussion About U.S. Energy Dominance And Sanctions - The Energy Collective

Are Electric Vehicles Finally Taking Off? Here’s What You Need To Know


Are Electric Vehicles Finally Taking Off? Here’s What You Need To Know

By By Environmental Defense Fund Energy Exchange Blog,   /  February 6, 2018 10:00 AM

Electric vehicles are poised to take off. We’ve just closed a year of record demand and investment. It’s no longer a question of whether electric vehicles – or EVs – will arrive, it’s how: How big of a role will EVs play, how soon and how clean will they be? Popularizing EVs will depend on
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Leningrad II-1 brought to minimum controlled power

Leningrad II-1 brought to minimum controlled power: Russia has today brought unit 1 of the Leningrad Phase II nuclear power plant to the minimum controllable power level, state nuclear corporation Rosatom has announced. The reactor vessel for the unit, which is in Sosnovy Bor in western Russia, was installed on 30 November.

Reprieved New York plant drives local investment

Reprieved New York plant drives local investment: The James A Fitzpatrick nuclear power plant, which had been scheduled to close a year ago, is today driving significant investment in local businesses in New York State, Exelon said yesterday. More than $15 million was invested in 2017 in capital projects to support the plant for long-term operations.

Florida Power & Light applies for second license renewal for Turkey Point nuclear reactors - Daily Energy Insider

Florida Power & Light applies for second license renewal for Turkey Point nuclear reactors - Daily Energy Insider

Bulletin of Atomic Scientists: What you need to know about the Nuclear Posture Review

What you need to know about the Nuclear Posture Review
On February 2, the Pentagon rolled out the unclassified version of the Trump administration’s Nuclear Posture Review. The 2018 document contains significant changes over the last NPR, which was completed in 2010. The Bulletin will be publishing analyses of the NPR document itself and how it might be implemented.

Here’s what you need to know:

The experts on the new Nuclear Posture Review

Rachel Bronson, president and CEO, Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists
Wasteful old thinking for a dangerous new age

Sharon Squassoni, Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists Science and Security Board member; research professor, George Washington University
More is less

Hans M. Kristensen, director, Nuclear Information Project Federation of American Scientists; co-author of the Bulletin’s Nuclear Notebook
The Nuclear Posture Review and the US nuclear arsenal

Alicia Sanders-Zakre, research assistant, Arms Control Association
Why we should reject Trump’s dangerous nuclear plan

Read the 2018 Nuclear Posture Review

Pentagon press briefing of the 2018 NPR rollout

Further reading:

The next Nuclear Posture Review: Bring in State, Energy and allies
Anna Péczeli

Striking a prudent balance: Obama’s Nuclear Posture Review
Barry M. Blechman

Nuclear Notebook

Check thebulletin.org over the next few weeks to read more analyses on the 2018 Nuclear Posture Review.

Paper Reports Proliferate on Future Benefits and Uses of SMRs - The Energy Collective

Paper Reports Proliferate on Future Benefits and Uses of SMRs - The Energy Collective: Southern California Edison plans to complete the move of spent fuel from "wet storage" to dry casks by the middle of next year.

First transfer of nuclear waste made at San Onofre - The San Diego Union-Tribune

First transfer of nuclear waste made at San Onofre - The San Diego Union-Tribune: Considering who his boss is, that’s alarming.

James Mattis has adopted some dangerously out-of-date ideas about nuclear weapons.

James Mattis has adopted some dangerously out-of-date ideas about nuclear weapons.: The latest nuclear news in Nuclear Power Industry about utilities, companies, suppliers in the nuclear energy market.

DOE Report Hails SMR Benefits - News - Nuclear Power News - Nuclear Street - Nuclear Power Plant News, Jobs, and Careers

DOE Report Hails SMR Benefits - News - Nuclear Power News - Nuclear Street - Nuclear Power Plant News, Jobs, and Careers: The latest nuclear news in Nuclear Power Industry about utilities, companies, suppliers in the nuclear energy market.

Report: Losing Millstone NPP Would Have Significant Impact - News - Nuclear Power News - Nuclear Street - Nuclear Power Plant News, Jobs, and Careers

Report: Losing Millstone NPP Would Have Significant Impact - News - Nuclear Power News - Nuclear Street - Nuclear Power Plant News, Jobs, and Careers: The latest nuclear news in Nuclear Power Industry about utilities, companies, suppliers in the nuclear energy market.

Retired Nuclear Regulatory Attorney Steve Frantz Visits Certrec’s Fort Worth Offices to Record Certrec®TV Videos

Retired Nuclear Regulatory Attorney Steve Frantz Visits Certrec’s Fort Worth Offices to Record Certrec®TV Videos

Generate - Axios

Generate - Axios

Russia hasn't disposed of 34 tons of plutonium. It's our fault.

Russia hasn't disposed of 34 tons of plutonium. It's our fault.: Here's how to fix it.

Despite lead in development, panel warns U.S. nuclear deployment capabilities at risk - Daily Energy Insider

Despite lead in development, panel warns U.S. nuclear deployment capabilities at risk - Daily Energy Insider

SMRs a 'game-changer' for troubled US nuke industry, DOE tells Congress | Utility Dive

SMRs a 'game-changer' for troubled US nuke industry, DOE tells Congress | Utility Dive: Utility industry news, voices and jobs for energy industry professionals. Optimized for your mobile phone.

Congress Told Future of Nuke Power Will Feature Smaller, Hybrid Plants

Congress Told Future of Nuke Power Will Feature Smaller, Hybrid Plants

FPL's Turkey Point becomes first nuclear plant to seek second license renewal | Utility Dive

FPL's Turkey Point becomes first nuclear plant to seek second license renewal | Utility Dive: Utility industry news, voices and jobs for energy industry professionals. Optimized for your mobile phone.

Turkey Point Becomes First U.S. Nuclear Plant to Apply for Second Renewal - Power Engineering

Turkey Point Becomes First U.S. Nuclear Plant to Apply for Second Renewal - Power Engineering: “We are in an extremely challenging moment in time, an inflection point in terms of the future of our nuclear fleet,” said Ed McGinnis, prin...

Top Energy Department official hopes small reactors can help fading nuclear industry overcome 'tipping point'

Top Energy Department official hopes small reactors can help fading nuclear industry overcome 'tipping point': “We are in an extremely challenging moment in time, an inflection point in terms of the future of our nuclear fleet,” said Ed McGinnis, prin...

Nuclear Plant Loses Access to Background Check Database

Nuclear Plant Loses Access to Background Check Database

A Nuclear World Depends On Uranium - Uranium Energy Corp (NYSEMKT:UEC) | Seeking Alpha

A Nuclear World Depends On Uranium - Uranium Energy Corp (NYSEMKT:UEC) | Seeking Alpha: Uranium is common. The world's leading producers. Australia holds the most stockpiles. The price is near decade lows. UEC is a bet on higher Uranium.

Indonesia 'can meet needs with nuclear power'

Indonesia 'can meet needs with nuclear power'

What you need to know about the Nuclear Posture Review

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Tuesday, February 6, 2018

This is What Motivates Kim Jong-un

This is What Motivates Kim Jong-un: Riyadh might mine its own uranium, but without any enrichment infrastructure currently, where would it obtain enough help to enrich uranium for power reactor fuel?

How Saudi Arabia Can Go Nuclear (But Prevent Proliferation) | The National Interest

How Saudi Arabia Can Go Nuclear (But Prevent Proliferation) | The National Interest: Riyadh might mine its own uranium, but without any enrichment infrastructure currently, where would it obtain enough help to enrich uranium for power reactor fuel?

A Poorly Negotiated Saudi Nuclear Deal Could Damage Future Regional Relationships | The National Interest

A Poorly Negotiated Saudi Nuclear Deal Could Damage Future Regional Relationships | The National Interest

ACP - Abstract - Evidence for a continuous decline in lower stratospheric ozone offsetting ozone layer recovery

ACP - Abstract - Evidence for a continuous decline in lower stratospheric ozone offsetting ozone layer recovery

Indonesia Still in Early Stages of Nuclear Power Development, ‘No Need to Rush,’ IAEA Says | Jakarta Globe

Indonesia Still in Early Stages of Nuclear Power Development, ‘No Need to Rush,’ IAEA Says | Jakarta Globe: The ratings of South Carolina Electric & Gas and parent company SCANA ([[SCG]] -1%) are downgraded at Moody's, which continues its review that began on Nov

SCANA downgraded at Moody's amid contentious regulatory climate - SCANA Corporation (NYSE:SCG) | Seeking Alpha

SCANA downgraded at Moody's amid contentious regulatory climate - SCANA Corporation (NYSE:SCG) | Seeking Alpha: The ratings of South Carolina Electric & Gas and parent company SCANA ([[SCG]] -1%) are downgraded at Moody's, which continues its review that began on Nov

Will Ohio Lawmakers Step In To Save Struggling Power Plants? | WOSU Radio

Will Ohio Lawmakers Step In To Save Struggling Power Plants? | WOSU Radio: Lawmakers are trying to decide whether the state should step in and save struggling power plants that might be on the brink of closing. As the Legislature

Taiwan Earthquake Kills at Least 2, Injures More Than 200 as Buildings Collapse | The Weather Channel

Taiwan Earthquake Kills at Least 2, Injures More Than 200 as Buildings Collapse | The Weather Channel: The US nuclear major, which is currently battling bankruptcy, will limit its role to supply of reactor technology. Construction to be undertaken by an Indian firm.

nuclear project: Westinghouse to hold talks for 6 N-reactors in Andhra Pradesh - The Economic Times

nuclear project: Westinghouse to hold talks for 6 N-reactors in Andhra Pradesh - The Economic Times: The US nuclear major, which is currently battling bankruptcy, will limit its role to supply of reactor technology. Construction to be undertaken by an Indian firm.

Still too many secrets swirling around San Onofre nuclear power plant shutdown | The Modesto Bee

Still too many secrets swirling around San Onofre nuclear power plant shutdown | The Modesto Bee: Ratepayers off the hook for all of nuclear plant’s shutdown, but questions linger over Gov. Brown’s possible involvement in original (bad) deal

Taiwan Power Co. seeks to reactivate nuclear reactor in New Taipei | Taiwan News

Taiwan Power Co. seeks to reactivate nuclear reactor in New Taipei | Taiwan News: If the reactor passes inspection and the request is approved, a vote on reactivation will go to the Nat. Legislature.On Monday, Feb. 5, the Taipower Company submitted an application to Taiwan’s Atomic Energy Council (AEC) for authorization to restart a nuclear reactor at the No. 2  nuclear plant in Wanli, New Taipei.

CHP to replace nuclear power in Belgium - Decentralized Energy

CHP to replace nuclear power in Belgium - Decentralized Energy

Turkey's first nuclear power plant set for investor shake-up: reports - Journal du Cameroun

Turkey's first nuclear power plant set for investor shake-up: reports - Journal du Cameroun

Two Turkish firms out of Russian nuclear plant consortium, other in talks: sources

Two Turkish firms out of Russian nuclear plant consortium, other in talks: sources: Two of three Turkish firms lined up to buy into the Russia-led construction of Turkey's first nuclear power plant have backed away from the deal, two energy sources told Reuters on Tuesday, in a possible further setback for the project.

EM Update February 6, 2018


EM Update | Vol. 10, Issue 5 | Feb. 6, 2018
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Exelon's Calvert Cliffs-1 nuclear unit in Maryland reduces power in advance of shutdown - Electric Power | Platts News Article & Story

Exelon's Calvert Cliffs-1 nuclear unit in Maryland reduces power in advance of shutdown - Electric Power | Platts News Article & Story: Exelon's Calvert Cliffs-1 nuclear unit in Maryland reduces power in advance of shutdown - Read this Platts electric power news article here. Plus discover more electric power market news, products & services.

Riddle pitches nuclear plant safety, penalties for blocking highways | Fulton, Missouri News

Riddle pitches nuclear plant safety, penalties for blocking highways | Fulton, Missouri News: State Sen. Jeanie Riddle told the Senate's Judiciary Committee on Monday residents of her six-county district asked her to sponsor a bill that would

NextEra Energy Suit Accuses Nuclear Energy Institute of 'Extortion'

NextEra Energy Suit Accuses Nuclear Energy Institute of 'Extortion': NextEra Energy accused the Nuclear Energy Institute of “extortion,” saying it was spitefully denying the company access to a database used to screen workers.

What CEOs still want from Trump: A deregulation wishlist

What CEOs still want from Trump: A deregulation wishlist: Where to store spent nuclear fuel has always been a politically powerful issue and one that the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station is now debating, all in response to the plant's closure in 2013.

Spent Fuel Storage Still A Hot Topic in California's Coastal Communities

Spent Fuel Storage Still A Hot Topic in California's Coastal Communities: “We are in an extremely challenging moment in time, an inflection point in terms of the future of our nuclear fleet,” said Ed McGinnis, prin...

Top Energy Department official hopes small reactors can help fading nuclear industry overcome 'tipping point'

Top Energy Department official hopes small reactors can help fading nuclear industry overcome 'tipping point': “We are in an extremely challenging moment in time, an inflection point in terms of the future of our nuclear fleet,” said Ed McGinnis, prin...

NextEra Sues NEI, Citing Efforts to ‘Distort Electric Energy Markets’



NextEra Sues NEI, Citing Efforts to ‘Distort Electric Energy Markets’

The Nuclear Energy Institute is accused of “extortion,” creating a “false sense of panic,” and “maligning the operations of its members”—among other things.

https://www.greentechmedia.com/articles/read/nextera-lawsuit-nei-nuclear-energy-institute#gs.PfN9rNI

Tomgram: Dilip Hiro, America First Actually Means China First | TomDispatch

Tomgram: Dilip Hiro, America First Actually Means China First | TomDispatch: null

Three Steps to Avert an Accidental Nuclear War | Asharq AL-awsat

Three Steps to Avert an Accidental Nuclear War | Asharq AL-awsat: Middle-East Arab News and Opinion - Asharq Al-Awsat is the world’s premier pan-Arab daily newspaper, printed simultaneously each day on four continents in 14 cities

Tehran Denies Knowing About US-European Move to Modify Nuclear Deal | Asharq AL-awsat

Tehran Denies Knowing About US-European Move to Modify Nuclear Deal | Asharq AL-awsat: Middle-East Arab News and Opinion - Asharq Al-Awsat is the world’s premier pan-Arab daily newspaper, printed simultaneously each day on four continents in 14 cities

Japan is Back on the World Stage | The National Interest

Japan is Back on the World Stage | The National Interest: Under Abe's watch, Japan has not only developed a national security apparatus, but pushed for collective security with regional partners.

Supporting STEM Is An Investment In Our Future « Breaking Energy - Energy industry news, analysis, and commentary

Supporting STEM Is An Investment In Our Future « Breaking Energy - Energy industry news, analysis, and commentary: Three Turkish companies who partnered with Russia's Rosatom for the construction of Turkey's first nuclear power plant, Akkuyu Nuclear Power Plant (NPP),...

Nuclear Matters

Nuclear Matters

For the last few months, we’ve been keeping you updated on H.R.3053, a bill pending in the House of Representatives that, if passed, will improve our options for storing used nuclear fuel. It already has crucial bipartisan support, but we need to urge House leadership to bring this bill to the House floor and vote on it NOW.
Here’s what the bill does:
  1. It strengthens future storage options by allowing the federal government to partner with private storage facilities, which will boost jobs, local revenue, and overall increase options for storing used fuel;
  2. This bill will protect taxpayers by seeking to utilize the more than $40 billion that ratepayers have already contributed to the nuclear waste fund, while reducing the hundreds of millions annually paid by taxpayers and used to settle lawsuits due to government inaction;
  3. And finally, it empowers states and local communities to work with the federal government to ensure the storage solutions are beneficial for everyone involved.
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Turkish consortium of Cengiz, Kolin and Kalyon pulls out of Akkuyu nuclear project - Daily Sabah

Turkish consortium of Cengiz, Kolin and Kalyon pulls out of Akkuyu nuclear project - Daily Sabah: Three Turkish companies who partnered with Russia's Rosatom for the construction of Turkey's first nuclear power plant, Akkuyu Nuclear Power Plant (NPP),...

Editorial: New Trump nuclear policy risks dragging humanity down road to darkness - The Mainichi

Editorial: New Trump nuclear policy risks dragging humanity down road to darkness - The Mainichi: There are but two minutes left in the last day of our civilization. This is according to the Doomsday Clock update released in late January by the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, a U.S. academic journal. It was advanced by 30 seconds from last year. The Doomsday Clock is a representation of

Nuclear Reactors, Bankrupting Their Owners, Closing Early

Nuclear Reactors, Bankrupting Their Owners, Closing Early: On January 22, FirstEnergy Corporation announced that its faulty and nearly-self-destructed Davis-Besse power reactor east of Toledo, Ohio, will be closed well before its license expires. But the shutdown is not because the reactor represents reckless endangerment of public health and safety. FirseEnergy was fine with that. No, the old rattle trap can’t cover its costs any more, not with the electricity market dominated by cheaper natural gas, and renewable wind and solar.

Dr. Strangelove Returns: Analyzing the New US Nuclear Policy

Dr. Strangelove Returns: Analyzing the New US Nuclear Policy: Dr. Strangelove Returns: Analyzing the New US Nuclear Policy

TASS: Military & Defense - Russia’s Pacific Fleet to get 4 upgraded nuclear subs by 2021

TASS: Military & Defense - Russia’s Pacific Fleet to get 4 upgraded nuclear subs by 2021: Washington is once again playing with the dangerous notion of a 'limited' nuclear war.

The Pentagon's alarming nuclear posture review | The Japan Times

The Pentagon's alarming nuclear posture review | The Japan Times: Washington is once again playing with the dangerous notion of a 'limited' nuclear war.

Putin, Rouhani discuss Iranian nuclear deal | ARMENPRESS Armenian News Agency

Putin, Rouhani discuss Iranian nuclear deal | ARMENPRESS Armenian News Agency: Business Press Releases.The comprehensive research report titled “ReportTitle” by Zion Market Research supports the reader by assisting to accumulate all possible strategies based on valuable insights in order to...

Nuclear Decommissioning Services Market to Record an Impressive Growth By 2024: Business Press Releases

Nuclear Decommissioning Services Market to Record an Impressive Growth By 2024: Business Press Releases: Business Press Releases.The comprehensive research report titled “ReportTitle” by Zion Market Research supports the reader by assisting to accumulate all possible strategies based on valuable insights in order to...

The Rising Risk of Nuclear War Under Trump | New Republic

The Rising Risk of Nuclear War Under Trump | New Republic: The president and the Pentagon have different national-security doctrines, but they've found a dangerous common ground.

US warns about the expanding nuclear arsenals of China, Russia, and North Korea | www.bullfax.com

US warns about the expanding nuclear arsenals of China, Russia, and North Korea | www.bullfax.com

U.S. Raises Alarm Over Growing Nuclear Weapons – Nigeria News Today 2017

U.S. Raises Alarm Over Growing Nuclear Weapons – Nigeria News Today 2017

Spotlight: U.S. nuclear policy under fire as it calls for more, not less nukes - China.org.cn

Spotlight: U.S. nuclear policy under fire as it calls for more, not less nukes - China.org.cn

Trump's nuclear strategy has little room for arms control - CBS News

Trump's nuclear strategy has little room for arms control - CBS News: New U.S. posture focuses heavily on what the administration sees as an overdue modernization of the nuclear arsenal

RIAC :: Russian-Swedish conference ,,The key questions of nuclear deterrence and control over nuclear weapons,, was started in Stockholm

RIAC :: Russian-Swedish conference ,,The key questions of nuclear deterrence and control over nuclear weapons,, was started in Stockholm

Politics: Mattis has totally flipped on nuclear weapons since the Pentagon decided to take on China and Russia - Politics - Pulse

Politics: Mattis has totally flipped on nuclear weapons since the Pentagon decided to take on China and Russia - Politics - Pulse

U.S. again playing with notion of a ‘limited’ nuclear war - Trail Daily Times

U.S. again playing with notion of a ‘limited’ nuclear war - Trail Daily Times

US warns on growing nuclear arsenals of China, Russia, N. Korea | News , World | THE DAILY STAR

US warns on growing nuclear arsenals of China, Russia, N. Korea | News , World | THE DAILY STAR: Press release - Envision Inteligence - South America Nuclear Decommissioning Market Trends, Growth & Forecasts (2018 ? 2024) - published on openPR.com

South America Nuclear Decommissioning Market Trends, Growth & Forecasts (2018 – 2024) - openPR

South America Nuclear Decommissioning Market Trends, Growth & Forecasts (2018 – 2024) - openPR: Press release - Envision Inteligence - South America Nuclear Decommissioning Market Trends, Growth & Forecasts (2018 ? 2024) - published on openPR.com

Russia nuclear weapons: Vladimir Putin sends missiles to Europe in warning to NATO | Daily Star

Russia nuclear weapons: Vladimir Putin sends missiles to Europe in warning to NATO | Daily Star: RUSSIA has deployed nuclear missiles right on its frontier with Europe as Vladimir Putin sends a message to NATO.

Power Engineering Newscast for February 5, 2018 - Power Engineering Newscasts - Power Engineering

Power Engineering Newscast for February 5, 2018 - Power Engineering Newscasts - Power Engineering: Oldest Nuclear Plant in the US Closing a Year Ahead of Schedule
New Jersey Governor Signs Order to Spur Offshore Wind Production
Orsted Fully Activates 573-MW Race Bank Offshore Wind Facility
Merger Creates Mega Nuclear Company in China