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IGas (IGAS) commenced water injection at its Scampton North site. Mid-case economics for the project have an IRR of over 40%. IGas’s second water-flood opportunity in the southern section of the Welton Field remains on track to be online late summer 2020. Estimated base-case
"Tim Deere-Jones, an independent marine pollution researcher, believes the dredged mud could be more radioactive than first feared and the tides in Wales could cause the waste to be transferred from the sea into land." https://www.somersetlive.co.uk/news/somerset-news/edf-energy-says-radioactive-mud-788419 https://beyondnuclearinternational.org/2020/02/16/stirring-up-trouble/ "Data from the government funded “Radioactivity in Food and the Environment” (RIFE) reports for 2016, 2017 and 2018 show that EDF’s dredging of underwater sediment and shoreline construction work at Hinkley Point have resulted in significantly increased radioactivity levels in the environment.
EDF’s operations have disturbed radioactive particles from the Hinkley Point A and B nuclear power stations, which had been relatively contained within the sediments, resulting in them now being detected at far higher levels than before the dredging began."
I'm sorry for your loss, but it's really market timing that's made you a victim. Most market volume in this stock is swing or day trading, not investing, tbh. All I can say is that in the long run, as the central bank fiat monetary system continues it's collapse, there will be more demand to circumvent it with assets backed with physical value over fraudulent fiat value. That's why "Proof of Work" cryptocurrencies like BTC have risen in value to the extreme over the last decade.
I would like to address speculation that Igas is planning to store nuclear waste in boreholes. If that was true, they'd be getting danger money because of the Radon gas hazard that would build up over time. & the workers would require specialized healthcare. Also there would be the increased chance of polluting the water table with radioactive particles. Not going to happen. UK should set up breeder reactors to get rid of the waste, like Japan, India and Russia, not dump it in holes near populated areas or near protected nature reserves,and they should definately not use it in ammunition in wars!!! More liabilities & unethical practices is not good business.
I found your comment is irrelevant and stupid, as i sold back on 2018, you are so dumb to stick to this share get a life and move on.
You obviously haven't read the latest RNS & done the relevant calculations. I'm not going to do the work for you, so if you can't do it or find someone who can, you may as well get out of all of your investments.
Automatically labelled as "Naturally occuring". https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2014/jan/31/sellafield-radiation-alarm-radon-gas-nuclear-reprocessing
"Sellafield radiation alarm triggered by rise in 'naturally occurring' radon gas
This article is more than 6 years old
Nuclear reprocessing plant told thousands of staff to stay home after monitor measured higher than normal levels of radiation"
"Radon-222. The radon-222 isotope is a natural decay product of the most stable uranium isotope (uranium-238), thus it is a member of uranium series."
"Dilapidated nuclear waste storage ponds abandoned 40 years ago containing hundreds of tonnes of fuel rods pose an immediate danger to public safety, photographs sent to The Ecologist reveal. The fuel and sludge in the ponds could spontaneously ignite if exposed to air, spreading intense radiation over a wide area."
"Unusual high concentrations of uranium-238 in one of the Sellafield evaporators have delayed BNFL?s plans to convert radioactive liquid waste to solid waste."
"Exposure to radon and its progeny was associated with an increased risk of developing leukemia in underground uranium miners. "
"3 or More X-Rays May Raise Leukemia Risk Among Kids: Study"
"Conclusions The results suggest that exposure to post-natal diagnostic X-rays is associated with increased risk of childhood ALL, specifically B-cell ALL, but not AML or T-cell ALL. "
"Richard Doll was seen as a great scientist, but in fact he was a manipulator of science. For example, he was well paid by various industries to belittle scientific truth." -Lloyd Morgan, Senior Research Fellow at the Environmental Health Trust.
"The general fear of nuclear radiations
was enhanced by the discovery of seven
cases of childhood leukaemia between
1955 and 1983 in Seascale in Cumbria near
the nuclear reprocessing plant at Sellafield.
This number seemed to be greater than
would be expected by chance, and it
received much publicity. It was, however,
very difficult to see how these cases could
be blamed on Sellafield, since the amount
of radiation emitted from that plant is far
smaller than the natural background.
Another possible mechanism to account
for the Sellafield cluster was suggested in
1987 by Gardner, who postulated that the
children developed leukaemia as a result
of their fathers’ exposure to nuclear radiation.
He collected statistics that showed a
significant correlation between paternal
radiation dose and leukaemic children."
"However, over subsequent decades, Doll drastically changed his views and gradually emerged as a major defender of corporate industry interests. This role, still virtually unrecognized, has been reinforced by his key influence in U.S. and other cancer establishments worldwide. In these overlapping roles, Doll has trivialized or dismissed industrial causes of cancer, which he predominantly attributed to faulty lifestyle, particularly smoking."
"In 1987, Doll dismissed evidence of childhood leukemia clusters near 15 U.K. nuclear power plants (58). Faced with evidence of a 21% excess of lymphoid leukemia in children and young adults living within ten miles of these plants, Doll advanced the novel hypothesis that "over clean" homes of nuclear workers rendered their children susceptible to unidentified leukemia viruses (59)."
Doll was a sellout. He sold his opinion to the highest bidder. http://www.preventcancer.com/losing/other/doll.html
"In 1988, Doll claimed that the excess mortality from leukemia and multiple myeloma among serviceman exposed to radiation from atom bomb tests was a "statistical quirk" (60). Doll revisited this study in 1993 and eliminated the majority of cases which developed within two years of exposure, claiming that such short latency disproved any possible causal relation (61)."
This is The worse share ever, i had a bad experience since 2015, i list a lot of money, my advice is take your money and invested somewhere else.
pre-conception radiation exposure and risk of a child developing leukaemia. "
See journal of cancer article by the late professor sir Richard doll, rural population mixing can now.be taken as established as the cause of clusters of infant lymphoblastic leukemia cases including the seascape cluster. NOT radiation.
Oh for pity's sake that is not nuclear waste !!
Brilliant Light Power shows alot of promise. They are talking of using MHD (Magneto HydroDynamic) Plasma Reactors in automobiles and shipping. They will be smaller than both batteries and combustion engines, have higher efficiency &release no harmful emmissons.I've proposed that they can use Di-Methyl Ether in their reactor for the best hydrogen yield ..Considering the plasma reactor energy density, a smallCO2 release from DME can be ignored. If someone thinks otherwise, let me know. I think if this got money from legacy automakers like Toyata or Ford, it could be in cars, using a fuel best derived from natural gas, by 2030.
Another possibility. Fill the rock to be fractured with dexpan: https://www.dexpan.com/pages/how-to-use-dexpan-break-concrete-rocks-easily
Steps: 1st: Break the surface rock
2nd: Use a cavitating device to create bubbles in a fluid.
3rd: Inject a clean solvent, eg. distilled water with the cavitating bubbles and some hot CO2 solute (heated by geothermal heat pump loop in side the well) and a copper catalyst , which will combine with methane to make acetic acid & that will eat into the rock pores.
Yes, these nuclear operators will be forced to clean up all around the coasts at immense cost.
If only there were an viable alternative to nuclear energy that produced no radioactive byproducts, and even produce zero carbon emissions...
-- "Because renewable electricity can power microwaves, and methane decomposition does not use oxygen, extracting hydrogen from natural gas using microwave plasma technology can be completely free of green house gas emissions."
Hydrogen-Boron fusion at Lawrence Livermore: (LPP Fusion)
HB11 Energy: https://hardware.slashdot.org/story/20/02/21/2229221/radical-hydrogen-boron-reactor-leapfrogs-current-nuclear-fusion-tech
Brilliant Light Power: https://brilliantlightpower.com/
Hydrogen from DME: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0926860X01005403
DME from Nat. Gas: