Carnival of Nuclear Energy 71

The 71st Carnival of Nuclear Energy is up at NEI Nuclear notes

Atomic Insights looks at how oil and gas companies benefit from any backlash against nuclear power.

In the six months since the great northeast Japan earthquake and tsunami, the world market price of Liquified Natural Gas (LNG) has increased by 33% and the volume of shipments into Japan have increased by 15-20%.

This relates to the intricate connections associated with the world’s $6 trillion per year energy market.

Neutron economy reviews the book Uranium: War, Energy, and the Rock that Shaped the World, by Tom Zoellner

Canadian Energy Issues looks at the issue of jobs from renewable energy versus jobs from nuclear energy

Nextbigfuture had some information about research that showed the benign effects of low levels of radiation and historical suppression of that work.

Nextbigfuture also had a brief roundup of other nuclear new and uranium news.

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