Florida Regulators Reject Cost Recovery Plan for Turkey Point Nuclear Build

first_img Suitors for halted Bellefonte nuclear project ask TVA to consider climate in reviving sale Previous articleWorld’s First Floating Wind Farm Begins OperationsNext articleMediator Trying to Find Solution to Wind Energy Dispute chloecox Twitter Optimizing Plant Performance: The April POWERGEN+ series activates today Facebook New Jersey utility regulators extend zero-carbon breaks for PSEG nuclear power plants Florida Regulators Reject Cost Recovery Plan for Turkey Point Nuclear Build The Florida Public Service Commission has rejected a $49 million cost recovery proposal for continued development of the Turkey Point Nuclear expansion. By Editors of Power Engineering By a 4-1 vote, the commission ruled Florida Power & Light does not have a required feasibility analysis to show the two new reactors will benefit customers, and that the utility cannot collect costs incurred after 2016, the Palm Beach Post reported. NuclearNew ProjectsReactors Linkedincenter_img Twitter Development of the 2,200-MW Turkey Point Units 6 and 7, originally proposed in 2006, has stalled in recent years, with FPL asking for a deferral in its required annual financial analysis in 2015, 2016 and this year. As of August, FPL has spent $315 on the development of the new units, with another $90 million to be spent during the next five years. The total estimated cost of the project is $17.8 billion. By chloecox – 10.18.2017 Facebook TAGSFPL If built, the project would use two AP-100 reactors from Westinghouse, which has filed for bankruptcy and exited nuclear construction. Linkedin RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR No posts to displaylast_img read more

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Bumi Armada orders Pusnes system for Kraken FPSO

first_imgMacGregor, part of Cargotec has won an order from Bumi Armada Berhad, a Malaysia-based international offshore oilfied services provider, to supply a Pusnes offloading system for a floating production storage and offloading (FPSO) conversion project.The Pusnes offloading system will be delivered by March 2015. The order is booked into the second quarter 2014 order intake.“By having Pusnes products in MacGregor’s portfolio, we are able to offer complete mooring and loading systems for floating production units,” says Francis Wong, Vice President, Segment Sales, Offshore.Related: Keppel lands Kraken FPSO dealBumi Armada are using a recently built ice-class tanker for the FPSO conversion, which will take place at Keppel Shipyard Ltd in Singapore. Once completed, FPSO Armada Kraken will have a total storage capacity of 600,000 barrels and will be deployed at the Kraken field located in the UK sector of the North Sea.“Our customer wanted to have an experienced supplier with a good track record of delivering safe and reliable offloading systems for demanding North Sea projects,” adds Erland Berntsen, Sales Manager, Offshore Loading at MacGregor. [mappress]Press Release, July 11, 2014last_img read more

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Transfer gossip: Chelsea eyeing £15m Burki deal, Sun claim

first_imgChelsea have decided against using their buy-back clause on Jeremie Boga, the Guardian reports.It follows speculation that the youngster could return to the club from Italian outfit Sassuolo.Boga is now being linked with a move to Napoli.Icardi still  being linked with ChelseaEmbed from Getty Images Some of the latest transfer speculation involving Chelsea…Embed from Getty Images Ajax’s Argentina left-back Nicolas Tagliafico could join Chelsea for £22.4m, the Daily Telegraph say.The newspaper say Chelsea have been made aware that Tagliafico could cost significantly less than Ben Chilwell.Leicester reportedly want more than £40m for England international Chilwell, who has repeatedly been linked with a summer move to west London.Hammers linked with BakayokoIt’s claimed that West Ham are interested in signing Tiemoue Bakayoko on loan from Chelsea next season.The French midfielder failed to impress following his move to Chelsea from Monaco, where he has been back on loan. He was previously on loan at AC Milan.He has been linked with several clubs amid speculation over his long-term future.And now French outlet Le10 Sport claim West Ham boss David Moyes is keen to snap him up.Chelsea linked with BenrahmaChelsea want Brentford star Said Benrahma, reports in his native Algeria claim.Winger Benrahma has been brilliant since joining the Bees from Nice in 2018.There has therefore been speculation that he could leave Griffin Park this summer, with several clubs said to be interested.Speculation over Willian’s futureTottenham and Arsenal continue to be linked with Willian.The Daily Telegraph say the north London clubs are competing to sign him on a free transfer.The Brazilian’s Chelsea contract is due to expire this summer.No Hakimi pursuit – StarChelsea have decided against pursuing a deal for Achraf Hakimi because of how much Reece James has impressed, the Daily Star now say.The newspaper has previously linked full-back Hakimi with a move to Stamford Bridge from Real Madrid. He has been on loan at German side Borussia Dortmund this season.Barkley linked with potential Newcastle moveRoss Barkley would be reluctant to join Newcastle, reports say.The Daily Telegraph recently reported that Rafael Benitez is ready to return to Newcastle and wants to sign Chelsea midfielder Barkley.Benitez, who had a spell as interim boss at Chelsea, has been touted for a return to Tyneside following a takeover of Newcastle by a Saudi Arabian-backed group.The Telegraph say Benitez is open to going back to St James’ Park and would like to sign Barkley along with Manchester City’s England defender John Stones.The Daily Star declare that Barkley is “not overly keen” on a potential move to the Magpies.The story is based on Football Insider suggesting that Newcastle might struggle to convince him to join them.Pedro tipped to join RomaRoma are increasingly confident of signing Pedro, the Daily Express reports.The Spaniard’s Chelsea contract expires this summer and he has recently been tipped to move to the Italian capital.No Chelsea return for Boga – GuardianEmbed from Getty Images Mauro Icardi is again being touted for a possible move to Chelsea.It comes after reports that Inter Milan have rejected a bid from Paris St-Germain for the striker.PSG are said to have offered £44.7m up front plus a further £8.9m in add-ons for Icardi, who has been linked with Chelsea many times during the past few years.The Sun claim PSG failing to agree a deal for Icardi could increase the chances of him moving to the Bridge.[scriptless]center_img Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook Roman Burki of Borussia Dortmund is the latest goalkeeper to be linked with a move to Chelsea.Several keepers have been touted as a possible replacement for Kepa Arrizabalaga amid speculation the Spaniard could leave Stamford Bridge.AdChoices广告The Sun claim Chelsea are “lining up a £15m bid” for Burki and that the Blues are “banking on a cut-price deal” as the Switzerland international only has a year left on his contract.Tagliafico could move for £22.4m – TelegraphEmbed from Getty Imageslast_img read more

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