Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Idea's Draining My Wild Turkey Stash


NUCLEAR IN THE OIL SANDS:
BUILDING ON CANADA’S STRENGTHS
http://www.irpp.org/po/archive/feb12/stewart.pdf
is a remarkable
technological and commercial
success story, especially considering
that they were developed and marketed
independently by a small country,
and only for civilian uses.

 
CANDU 6 (EC6) and ACR-1000.
Management of this business has
passed to CANDU Energy Inc., and
Canadians will soon see what private
industry can do with this opportunity
given the current nuclear revival,
which is being led by emerging
economies.

The development of the oil sands
has repeatedly faced difficult technical
and economic challenges. While private
industry was the main driver and
investor, public-sector actors played a
significant role, notably the Alberta
Research Council and the Alberta Oil
Sands Technology and Research
Authority (AOSTRA — created in 1974
and wound down in 2000). Backed by
industry consensus and assisted by
economic policy through such measures
as royalty and tax adjustments,
these public-sector champions enabled
the development of the oil industry
that Canada has today: our largest
export earner and a huge wealth generator
for the private and public sectors.


Now, lets follow that $UCKING $OUND:

LINK:  2nd Qtr Earnings = TOILET BOWL 


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