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A new report from the National Audit Office has estimated that it will cost £67 billion to decommission the Sellafield nuclear reprocessing and storage site.
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On November 13, 2012 By megancoe
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Many experts over the last 30 years have predicted ‘peak oil’ The time when oil production would peak.
With the development of oil shale and shale oil [...]read more here... →
On June 16, 2012 By admin
Oil reserves in Venezuela are estimated to account for 17.9% of the world’s reserves, ahead of Saudi Arabia 16.1% and Canada 10.6%.
This has geopolitical issues. Venezuela has [...]read more here... →
On June 2, 2012 By admin
Shell announced that China National Petroleum Corp. has taken a stake in its natural gas development in British Columbia.
Two other Chinese companies have taken stakes in energy companies [...]read more here... →
On April 19, 2012 By Kieran
100,000 people are being moved from the Chinese, Three Gorges Dam because of land slides and bank collapses near the dam. Also the resivour rises and falls so there is some [...]read more here... →
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