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  • With more and more nuclear reactors coming offline permanently, a significant increase in decommissioning-related activities is anticipated over the coming decades. To meet the challenges that lie ahead, nuclear back-end management needs to be approached from a sustainability perspective, writes Kri...

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  • There’s no escaping the local significance of the huge effort to build Hinkley Point C Nuclear power station in Somerset. This report from the organisation which champions the nuclear industry in the area, Nuclear South West, looks at the impact on companies and educational establishments.

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  • Much of the debate around nuclear power revolves around fears of leakage of radioactive material and accidents leading to a reactor meltdown. But a fire in a cooling pool – where large quantities of spent nuclear fuel is stored – could be worse. So why can’t the world’s nuclear-powered nations agree...

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  • Japanese policymakers are keen to make nuclear power part of the country’s decarbonisation strategy – but the public and the industry aren’t so sure, writes Rob Gilhooly in Tokyo.

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  • We return to the subject of nuclear power in this issue, with a focus on new approaches to decommissioning and the development of waste disposal methods that will stand the test of time. We also include articles on how post-Fukushima Japan is facing up to its energy future and the considerable impac...

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  • The Caspian is the focus of this month’s regional overview, which looks at progress towards the next high-profile final investment decisions, potential country exits and frontier investment opportunities. We also assess strategic policy reform in Uzbekistan, which aims to attract foreign invest...

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  • “More than 42.3 billion barrels oil equivalent (bboe) have been produced from the UKCS [United Kingdom Continental Shelf] and 10-20 bboe are estimated to remain. Despite the low levels of exploration activity in recent years, encouraging discoveries have recently been made in the West of Shetland an...

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  • US President Donald Trump has announced that sanctions waivers for China, India, Japan, South Korea and Turkey, who have been importing some 1mn b/d of oil from Iran, will expire in May.Trump had reinstated Iranian sanctions in November 2018 after abandoning a 2015 nuclear deal between Iran and six ...

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  • Welcome to the latest update from the Energy Institute (EI) Knowledge Service, your hub for energy information. Get up to speed on topical issues with Energy Insights Over the past few months we have added several new topics to our Energy Insights which provide a current outlook on what is...

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  • The International Energy Agency (IEA)’s new Energy Policy Review: Sweden 2019 asserts that Sweden is a global leader in building a low-carbon economy, with the lowest share of fossil fuels in its primary energy supply among all IEA member countries, and the second lowest carbon intensive economy.The...

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