Japan likely to win 2nd nuclear deal

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    Report: Japan likely to win $20 billion nuclear deal in Turkey

    The first 20 Billion $ nuclear deal was won by a Russian-Turkish consortium.
    In total, there will be built 3 projects through private company participation in international tenders.
    The 3rd tender has not been opened, we are currently in the process of awarding the 2nd tender.

    The provinces where these 3 projects will be built.
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    Toshiba , the Japanese electronics and engineering group, says it is confident that it will seal a deal to build a nuclear power plant on Turkey's Black Sea coast (...)
    “They are looking for someone to build the plants, run them, and sell the electricity to recoup the initial costs,” Mr Sasaki said
    FT.com / Companies / Industrial Goods - Toshiba upbeat on Turkey nuclear deal

    Toshiba will shoulder the investment on its own with Japanese Government financial support.
    Turkey will give long-term guarantee of State purchase of the electricity.
    The talks will have to be finalized by March. The 2nd nuclear tender is exclusively in cooperation with Japan.
    If by March there is no agreement, the 2nd tender will be opened to internation companies.
     
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    This thread is about nuclear investments.
    Posting developments regarding this subject is no SPAM.

    There will be 20 Billion $ investments resulting from the 1st nuclear plant.
    By March there might be finalized another deal of approximately 20 Billion $ in Foreign Direct Investments by Toshiba + Japanese Government into Turkey resulting from 2nd nuclear plant.
     
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    Saint Petersburg-based AtomEnergoProekt (AEP) reported that it has completed the registration of the contract to carry out engineering and surveying for Turkey's first nuclear power plant. A team of geologists and engineers is scheduled to leave for Turkey in early March, the company added.
    The engineering and survey work is expected to be completed by mid-July 2012.

    Site work to start for Turkish plant
     
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    Japanese quake has given anti-nuclear movement life again...
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    Analysts Debate the Safety of Nuclear Power Plants
    March 11, 2011 - Authorities in Japan have evacuated the area around a nuclear power plant after its reactor's cooling system failed following Friday's massive earthquake. Pressure began building overnight at the Fukushima Daiichi plant north of Tokyo, prompting officials to consider venting radioactive vapor on Saturday. The situation has prompted analysts to debate whether nuclear power is safe to use in earthquake-prone regions.
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    Germans Protest Nuclear Power
    March 12, 2011 - In the background of growing concern about the risk posed by Japan's earthquake-damaged nuclear reactors, thousands of Germans have protested against a government plan to extend its reliance on nuclear power as an energy source.
     

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