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Nigeria: Fuel scarcity returns, marketers demand release of N413bn subsidy

Some accredited oil subsidy marketers on Thursday said the failure of Federal Government to release the approved N413 billion subsidy debt was disrupting their fuel importation schedule.

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Nuclear Power: Energy of the Future or Decaying Remnant of the Past?

Nuclear energy has gone through a lot of ups and downs in the last decade. From a nuclear renaissance to the famous nuclear meltdown in Japan that led countries around the world to abandon nuclear energy altogether.

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Ghana appoints Mitsui & Co as key partner for gas production

Ghana National Petroleum Corporation (GNPC) has appointed Japan-based trading company Mitsui & Co Limited to help develop infrastructure for its natural gas production, the government ministry said on Wednesday.

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Commission makes case for nuclear energy

Kumasi, Aug 8, GNA – Professor Benjamin Nyarko, Director-General of the Ghana Atomic Energy Commission (GAEC), has re-echoed the need for the nation to take a strong stance to develop nuclear energy for industrial and socio-economic purposes.

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Commission makes case for nuclear energy

 

Kumasi, Aug 8, GNA – Professor Benjamin Nyarko, Director-General of the Ghana Atomic Energy Commission (GAEC), has re-echoed the need for the nation to take a strong stance to develop nuclear energy for industrial and socio-economic purposes.

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Biomass to provide 30% energy needs

 

Daniel Amlalo, Executive Director of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), has stated that waste- organic and biomass- generated by industries and humans could provide 30 percent of the nation’s energy if harnessed effectively.

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International Atomic Energy AgencyTeam in Ghana to access Nuclear Energy preparation

 

A team from the International Atomic Energy Agency, is in the country to review the progress Ghana has made in its preparedness on nuclear and radiological emergency plan.

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Gov't promotes biogas in second cycle schools

 

Some second cycle schools in the Greater Accra Region have begun constructing or strengthening their septic tanks to provide biogas as an alternative to hydroelectric power.

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IEA Pushes Nuclear as Carbon Emissions Set to Reach Limit

 

Nuclear power is needed to help reduce global fossil-fuel emissions that are set to reach limits advocated by scientists by 2040, according to the International Energy Agency.

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Here Are the Big Gaps Remaining in Iran Nuclear Talks

 

With less than three weeks before a Nov. 24 deadline to reach a deal preventingIran from developing nuclear weapons, “big gaps” remain, in the words of U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry.

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First US on-site emergency equipment facility completed

 

Construction has been completed of a "beyond design" dome at Dominion's North Anna nuclear power plant in Virginia. The dome - which will house emergency equipment and supplies - is the first of its kind in the USA.

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JATROPHA; THE FUTURE OF BIO DIESEL

 

The worldwide effort to find a sustainable and environmentally friendly alternative to today’s fossil fuel dominated energy supply, has already resulted in a substantial and rapidly growing demand for biofuels especially he Jatropha plant.

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South Africa and France sign nuclear accord

 

South Africa has signed a civil nuclear cooperation agreement with France, opening the door to the possible deployment of French nuclear technology as South Africa looks to expand its nuclear power program.

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