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This Web Portal is made available to I2M Clients, Associates, geoscientists and the general public worldwide with a focus on scientific topics of interest offered by the management of I2M Associates, LLC. More →

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I2M Associates, LLC is a professional practice offering experienced geologists, hydrogeologists, engineers, and other scientists with many years in mineral exploration and project management, mergers and acquisitions, and environmental assessments, including Brownfields redevelopment. Related areas of expertise include forensic and feasibility studies in the mining industry, the environmental industry and the legal community in the U.S. and overseas.

Led by Jeffrey D. King, P.G., and Michael D. Campbell, P.G., P.H., the Principals have served industry in the U.S. and overseas for de... More →
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Index / Uranium (Nuclear Minerals) / Nuclear Power - Economics, Design, and Industry
Dr. Conca reports that the people of Vermont have chosen to close the Vermont Yankee Nuclear Power Plant for no good reason and have reversed the state progress on reducing carbon. Their actions have punished rate-payers in their neighboring States of Massachusetts and New Hampshire with up to 50 per cent rate increases. But he is sure they did not mean that to happen. A report from the National Grid says that its customers in western Massachusetts can expect a 37 per cent rate hike on November first, due in large part to the early retirement of the Vermont Yankee nuclear plant. Next door in N... More →
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Lawrence Williams reported that presenters at a uranium seminar organised this week by the London branch of Mining, and sponsored by Fission Uranium, from a broad spectrum of the industry were all in agreement that uranium prices would likely rise substantially, but perhaps not yet - only in the medium to long term. And medium to long is just another way of saying jam tomorrow, although in this case tomorrow will undoubtedly come but price rises may not be significant until perhaps the end of the decade.

The opening keynote was given by Ian Hiscock of commodities research group CRU ... More →
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JiJi Kyodo reports that the nuclear plant operated by Kyushu Electric Power Co. obtained a safety clearance from regulators Wednesday, becoming the first to meet new regulations imposed following the March 2011 Fukushima nuclear disaster. With the approval from the Nuclear Regulation Authority, the two reactors at the Sendai power plant in Kagoshima Prefecture moved a step closer to restarting. Currently all of the 48 commercial reactors are offline.

The pro-nuclear government of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is eager to bring reactors back online amid a surge in fossil fuel costs for t... More →
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From the on-line, open-access journal - Geosciences -ISSN 2076-3263, Special Issue -Medical Geology - Impacts of the Natural Environment on Public Health.

Article - Identifying Sources and Assessing Potential Risk of Exposure to Heavy Metals and Hazardous Materials in Mining Areas - The Case Study of Panasqueira Mine of Central Portugal as an Example
by Carla Candeias, Eduardo Ferreira da Silva, Paula F. Avila and J. Paulo Teixeira
Geosciences 2014, 4-4, 240-268, doi-10.3390 - geosciences4040240
    
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Marc Howe reported that as the New South Wales government in Australia encourages uranium exploration, analysts point out that the long-term outlook for prices remains rosy despite the post-Fukushima plunge of a few years ago. With the Australian government taking steps to expand domestic uranium mining, questions have arisen not just over the safety and environmental impact, but also its long-term economic viability in the wake of a bottoming out of global prices since the Fukushima disaster. Industry experts believe that while uranium prices may remain tepid in the short-term, Howe suggests ... More →
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Michael Krancer reports that the Clean Power Plan proposed by the federal Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) on June 2, 2014 seems to have sliced the country down the middle. We have green Democrats, climate-change action proponents, and environmentalists on one side, and pro-coal Republicans and Democrats, red-meat Republicans, and Chamber of Commerce types or -business- if you prefer, on the other.

But he does not buy this grim, Manichean worldview. We can find some common ground if we change our mentality towards two low-carbon superstars - nuclear power and coal plants that u... More →
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The Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation has their first unit at Barakah in the Western Region, construction of which was last month declared to be more than 55 per cent completed.The UAE is looking at different options, including building an underground facility, to manage and dispose of the radioactive waste from the nuclear power plants it will open in Barakah. The country took part in the International Atomic Energy Agency scientific forum on radioactive waste management on Tuesday to learn from nations that are already advanced in the field, such as France, Sweden and Finland, to ensure it... More →
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Russia expects that within two years it will receive a contract to construct Jordan first nuclear power plant following the signing of a project development agreement. The agreement was signed in Vienna on 22 September by Jordan Atomic Energy Commission -JAEC- chairman Khalid Toukan and the CEO of Rusatom Overseas - A Rosatom subsidiary concerned with exports of nuclear power plants - Dzhomart Aliev. It sets the obligations of the parties for the first stage of the construction of a two-unit nuclear power plant in THE Jordan Zarqa province with a total capacity of 2000 MWe.

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The Center for Biological Diversity (CBD) reports that the newly published EPA rules fall far short of addressing climate crisis, could undermine the President Obama climate legacy. The Obama administration proposed rule for regulating greenhouse pollution from new power plants gives the natural gas industry a free pass to pollute, says the CBD.

The EPA New Source Performance Standards published today in the Federal Register propose standards that would not achieve any actual pollution reductions from gas-fired power plants, even though existing emissions-control technology would al... More →
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Geoff Brumfiel reported that after the Fukushima Tsunami and damage to the nuclear power plant, Japan kept people safe from the physical effects of radiation, but not from the psychological impacts. In the immediate aftermath of the nuclear accident, public-health experts worried about the possible risk from radiation. Subsequent analyses have shown that the prompt evacuation of areas around the reactors probably limited the public exposure to a relatively safe level. But uncertainty, isolation and fears about the invisible threat of radioactivity are jeopardizing the mental health of the 210... More →
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