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Proactive Investors Australia: Aura Energy sharpens focus on Sweden’s highly prospective uranium basin

‘Uranium may not generate the same excitement as it did 12 months ago, but for mineral exploration minnows like Aura Energy, the prize of finding a substantial uranium deposit still offers plenty of rewards for shareholders.’

BBC News: EDF could complete UK nuclear line-up

‘Two weeks after the collapse of a £12bn takeover by the French state-controlled nuclear giant EDF, British Energy has revealed that it is still engaged in talks.’

Petroleum World: EDF says to raise stake in US Constellation Energy in nuclear field

‘French electricity group EDF said on Wednesday its board had given approval for the company to raise its interest in US firm Constellation Energy from 4.97 percent to 9.9 percent.’

Bloomberg: Eskom Says Nuclear Power Unit Resumes Operations After Shutdown

‘Eskom Holdings Ltd., South Africa's state-owned power utility, said one of two units at the Koeberg nuclear plant that was shut last month is back in operation.’ DTE Energy's Michigan nuclear plan faces heavy cost

‘DTE Energy in the next dozen years aims to do something no American utility has managed in a generation: bring a new nuclear plant online. It's the only one planned today for Michigan, yet DTE will jostle with utilities around the country to meet federal tax credit eligibility - starting with an application deadline this year - and to mobilize a supplier base to a large extent now gone or located overseas.’

Irish Times: Ireland can become the world leader in ocean energy

‘'Don't miss this once in a lifetime opportunity!" This often-used phrase for promoting questionable commercial deals applies to a very real opportunity today in Ireland - and there is nothing questionable about it. A unique opportunity stands before Ireland of a scale and fit almost too good to be true. If I came up to you and said I knew how to get Ireland 20 per cent of the way toward its alternative energy goals, make it a world leader in an important emerging technology and create 10,000 or more new, high-value added jobs, you would probably be sceptical. But if I convinced you it was

true, you would say "Let's get started!"’

Christian Science Monitor: Georgia-Russia conflict shows EU's energy vulnerability

‘Russia's invasion of Georgian territory last week, in addition to reasserting Moscow's military strength, has complicated Europe's effort to diversify its oil and gas supplies away from the growing dominance of Kremlin-controlled energy giant Gazprom.’