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Bailouts, Areva, cracking and more...

A bit of a mishmash for this Friday, but we wanted to bring some additional attention to some news and developments you might have missed over the past couple of days (and even a bit farther back in one case). 959 more words


Oil Production Slowdown Temporarily Sends Up Price

Sarang Ahuja’s latest post:

The surprising news that stockpiles of domestic crude oil rose at a slower rate than at any other time this year sent the price of oil up yesterday. 239 more words

Sarang Ahuja

Dynegy CEO: Springfield Should Not Hand Exelon a $300 Million Per Year Subsidy

The following OpEd by Dynegy CEO Bob Flexon is available at:


(Chicago) – OP-ED: Today, Illinois consumers enjoy a competitive electricity market that has provided choice and low-cost electricity. 451 more words


Prince George’s County Council Upset With Baker.

UPPER MARLBORO – Although the Prince George’s County Council gave approval to an agreement between Exelon and the executives of Prince George’s and Montgomery counties to allow Exelon’s merger with Pepco, some council members say they think County Executive Rushern Baker III should have been more communicative with them. 276 more words

Council Members

Exelon plays dirty

It should surprise absolutely no one that a utility that relies on dirty energy to make its money also plays dirty when its money is threatened or when a state legislature is considering whether to bail out the company with its constituents’ money. 858 more words


Event Reports: Seismic monitor reviews reveal many outages

I’m trying to play catch up after not posting anything in quite a length of time. I’ve decided to do a series of longitudinal reviews of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission’s Event Notification Reports for the last month covering a number of subjects, beginning with seismic warning capabilities. 258 more words

Nuclear Power

The Exelon Bailout Bill and the Triumph of Newspeak

Listening to Exelon CEO Chris Crane extol the virtues of the free market and claim that his nuclear plant bailout bill is “market-based” is like listening to heavy metal/punk rock music performed by Pat Boone. 1,051 more words