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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
The first batch of the newest nuclear fuel pellets, which are to be used in nuclear power plants of the future, have been produced at the Rosatom Mining and Chemical Facility in Zheleznogorsk, Krasnoyarsk Region of Russia. The first batch of MOX [mixed oxide] fuel tablets-10 kilograms, was produced by industrial equipment at the Mining and Chemical Facility of the Rosatom State Corporation in a specially created unit. This is the first time in history that the mining and chemical facility has produced this type of fuel for fast-neutron reactors. Nuclear power station units with fast-neutron re... More →
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U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission certification of GE the Hitachi Economic Simplified Boiling Water Reactor design for construction and operation in the U.S. will provide a boost for the reactor in the U.S. and overseas markets, the company CEO said recently. The Commission voted recently to approve a final rule certifying the design as acceptable for operation in the U.S.. NRC staff completed its technical safety review of the ESBWR in April, 2014.

GEH management indicated that the ESBWR employs advanced, true passive-safety systems and a simplified design using natural circulatio... More →
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Marita Mirzatuny is a project manager for Environmental Defense Fund U.S. Climate and Energy program, and who represents wind and solar proponents, indicates here that August has been an eventful month in Texas. And, no, she is not referring to news about Governor Rick Perry, rather some of his appointees. The Texas Public Utility Commission - PUC, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality - TCEQ, Railroad Commissioners - RRC - Barry Smitherman and Christy Craddick, and State Representative Jason Isaac held a joint session to discuss the EPAs new Clean Power Plan - CPP.

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Dr. Conca reports that a nuclear reactor at the Watts Bar Nuclear Generating Station in Tennessee is on track to be the first new commercial nuclear power plant in the United States to be completed in this century of five commercial nuclear reactors currently under construction. Over its life-span, this one reactor will produce more electricity than six new combined cycle natural gas plants, or five new coal plants, or thirty of the largest solar arrays in the world, or 10,000 of the big MW wind turbines. The reactor is expected to produce over 700 billion kWhs of extremely low-carbon electri... More →
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The reactor pressure vessel has been installed in the second AP1000 unit under construction at the Haiyang nuclear power plant. Meanwhile, first concrete has been poured for the foundation of the conventional island for the HTR-PM at Shidaowan. The vessel was first raised from the ground to above the units containment building using a 3200-tonne crawler crane. The large component was then carefully lowered into position within the building. The operation began at 11.09 am on 12 September, 2014 and took less than two hours and twenty minutes to complete, plant constructor China Nuclear Engineer... More →
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On September 23, 2014, New York hosted the United Nations Climate Summit, one of the foremost events to address reducing carbon and other greenhouse gas emissions that threaten the quality of life for billions of people. As New York offers a showcase for how to have a vibrant economy and low-carbon emissions, it is especially fitting the conference is in New York. According to recently released information from the U.S. Energy Information Administration, New York has the countrys lowest per capita carbon emissions. While New Yorkers produce 8 metric tons of carbon dioxide per capita annually, ... More →
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Index / Uranium (Nuclear Minerals) / Nuclear Power - Economics, Design, and Industry
The editorial - NRC decides siting a nuclear waste repository is not a priority - September 10, 2014 - inaccurately characterized the purpose and outcome of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission recently issued rule on used fuel storage. While the nuclear energy industry shares the newspaper desire for expeditious development, construction and operation of a deep geologic repository, the responsibility for those actions rests with the administration. With the passage of the Nuclear Waste Policy Act in 1982, Congress directed the Department of Energy to implement the nations used fuel management a... More →
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S. HEATHER DUNCAN reports that a federal loan of $2 million to Monroe County will finally be able to provide water to the entire area where many home wells are polluted by uranium. The Georgia Environmental Finance Authority announced that the loan, which is funneled to the county through the Drinking Water State Revolving Fund, would extend water lines to Pea Ridge, Taylor and Dames Ferry roads. But County Commissioner Patsy Miller, who represents the area, said most of those extensions have already been done, and the new loan will extend water lines to five feeder roads that were not yet cov... More →
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Ryan O'Malley reports that it is time to discuss a great long-term opportunity that is sure to produce results. Following the global financial crisis and disaster at Fukushima in 2011, Uranium stocks plummeted dramatically, but the demand for energy still remained. The big picture here is that renewable energy can not uphold societal energy needs alone and combined with high generating costs, proves it to be inefficient. This leaves Nuclear Energy as the most viable option for large scale production. The benefit of nuclear power reactors is the ability to produce energy at a 91 per cent effici... More →
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A multiweek rally in uranium prices fanned by the Ukraine conflict and labor unrest at a large mine in Canada looks unlikely to continue for long as the reality of oversupply and lackluster demand sinks in among buyers of the nuclear fuel. Industry analysts and some uranium producers believe that even as supplies fall, a substantial increase in demand is needed to drive prices up to levels that would make new investments worthwhile, when many operations are running at a loss.

Uranium prices have surged 15 per cent since the start of August, shaking off a multi-year, glut-induced slu... More →
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