CNBC reported that the erosion of the yen may force Japan back towards nuclear power as other energy is becoming prohibitively expensive for them.
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Acquiring potable water resources and maximizing the value of oil and gas resources are the two most salient reasons for the push toward nuclear power generation in the Middle East.
Reuters reported China's biggest nuclear firm said nuclear project will be approved more slowly over the next few years to allay safety concerns, but commitment to the sector remained undimmed.
Mineweb reported an interview with Geoff Candy and Thomas Drolet about the uranium sector, nuclear energy and shale gas as the three industries began to collide.
Reuters reported Iran is believed to be further increasing its uranium enrichment capacity at its Fordow plant buried deep underground, Western diplomats say.
Reuters reported that Iran is making strides in the construction of its research reactor that could potentially yield nuclear weapon materials. The nation maintains that it will produce medical isotopes, however, Westerners are concerned with Tehran's atomic aims.
Reuters reported Areva (EPA:AREVA) has signed contracts to supply more than 30,000 tonnes of natural uranium to power group EDF (EPA:EDF) from 2014 to 2035
Globe and Mail reported a new nuclear deal between the Canadian government and United Arab Emirates has settled a two-year long spat between the two nations.
Five Star Equities announced investor optimism within the uranium industry appears to be gaining momentum in 2012 as Japan has begun to bring back nuclear reactors online.
Seeking Alpha reported the current generation of atomic energy is producing modern, safe, portable and less expensive nuclear generators with the use of uranium.