Archive | August, 2012

119th Carnival of Nuclear Energy Bloggers

The 119th weekly Carnival of Nuclear Energy Bloggers is up at Vermont Yankee The Carnival is the collective voice of blogs by legendary names that emerge each week to tell the story of nuclear energy. If you want to hear the voice of the nuclear renaissance, the Carnival of Nuclear Energy Blogs is where to […]

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More on Reid and Magwood:

Other Takes on the Story It’s been an interesting week for me since I published the post about Senator Harry Reid’s comments on Commissioner Bill Magwood.  One commenter said I was “too civilized.”  I’m not sure I’ve ever been accused of that before! Someone else contacted me and suggested that I had missed a couple […]

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Cameco Takes 2Q Hit On Falling U3O8 Prices

The firm maintains it financial guidance for 2012 This is my coverage as published in Fuel Cycle Week V11:N483 published 8/2/12 by International Nuclear Associates, Washington, DC Cameco ( TSX:CCO) recorded precipitous drops in revenue and earnings for the 2012 second quarter compared to the first quarter. The second quarter’s average realized U3O8 price declined […]

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Reid, Magwood, Jaczko:

The Saga Continues Those of us who live and work “inside the Beltway” can sometimes get a little smug in our conviction that we really understand how things work around here.  Recent events, however, are leading me to question my own sense of certainty about my understanding. The first blow to my feeling that I […]

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