The Best Risk/Reward Setup I’ve Ever Seen – Mike Alkin Show featuring Scott Melbye

Welcome back to Talking Stocks Over a Beer. Rarely do you get the kind of market insights today’s guest delivers… 30-year uranium industry veteran Scott Melbye joins me for a deep-dive into the industry to discuss the drivers for the next uranium bull market. We’ll also discuss my contrarian investment strategy, and the importance of …

Is the U.S. Too Reliant on Foreign Uranium for Nuclear Power Plant Fuel?

The nuclear power industry is struggling in the U.S. Several reactors are at risk of early closure due to difficulty competing in the wholesale power markets. New units being built in South Carolina have been abandoned, while the only other nuclear construction project in the U.S.—the Plant Vogtle expansion in Georgia—is behind schedule and over …

Bangladesh Starts Constructing its First Nuclear Power Plant

With a ceremony held today, Bangladesh started the construction of its first nuclear power plant at Rooppur. The pouring of the first nuclear safety-related concrete for the power plant made Bangladesh the third ‘newcomer’ country to start constructing its first nuclear power reactor in three decades – following the United Arab Emirates in 2012 and …

World Energy Outlook 2017

Global shifts in the energy system Four large-scale shifts in the global energy system set the scene for the World Energy Outlook 2017: the rapid deployment and falling costs of clean energy technologies, the growing electrification of energy, the shift to a more services-oriented economy and a cleaner energy mix in China, and the resilience …

Nuclear Power in the 21st Century

Producer: Jeffrey Donovan, Camera and Editing: Martin Klingenboeck Energy is the engine of economic development and prosperity. Growing populations and expanding industries need more and more of it. But can energy power modern economies, without heating the planet or polluting our air? Nuclear power is one option. It currently produces about 11 percent of the …

Uranium Markets Are Moving Into A Deficit And The World Is Still Building New Nuclear Power Plants

Uranium is still the anchor energy source for a stable base load in the world. The 2017 Uranium report has confirmed that uranium production is in a deficit and with energy consumption that is rising every year through e-mobility and Japanese reactors, there are companies that must fill the gap. UEC and Fission are 2 …