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Why Norway Won't Give Up On Oil & Gas (01/08/21 20:27:28) Reply
    https://oilprice.com/Energy/Crude-Oil/Why-Norway-Wont-Give-Up-On-Oil-Gas.html

    Regardless of the growing ‘keep it in the ground’ calls, Norway will keep oil and gas at the center of its economy and value creation of its energy resources. The government and the industry believe that emissions reductions and oil production are not mutually exclusive concepts.
Kakamala

Re: Why Norway Won't Give Up On Oil & Gas (12/08/21 19:42:00) Reply
    Let's see what happens after the elections in September. Polls suggest that there will be a change in government, and that radical environmentalists will have a considerable number of seats in the new parliament.
e

Re: Re: Why Norway Won't Give Up On Oil & Gas (21/09/21 22:42:42) Reply
    With China pursuing thorium reactors for the next decade, isn't the effort of EU in renewables slated for disappointment and a low podium position on the energy economics?
rf

Link to a thorium article in Nature (15/10/21 12:00:29) Reply
    https://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-021-02459-w

    It seems We have a long way to go.

    Sometime around 1967 I read about thorium-U233 as reactor fuel in a Soviet book (English) on nuclear technologies (loaned it in the local library). Fascinating, thin little book.

    AFAIK there was one nuclear bomb test with U233 as the fuel.

    There is a lot to be done in trying out technologies. First and foremost, I'd think, would be the construction of modular reactors that could be dismantled safely and cheaply after decommission.
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