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Alain Boublil Blog

   

Energy

Oil : the new glut

Tensions in the Middle-East had generated at the end of last year a sharp rebound of oil prices, reaching almost 70$ per barrel. When these tensions are far from having disappeared, with the American assault against the chief of the Iranian Army and the launch of a missile which hurt the Ukrainian Boeing, causing 176 deaths, rates fell back under 65$ , the market seeming to ignore the political risks which weight on the most important zone of production and export of oil. This is showing a break with the past. The first two oil shocks in the Seventies had coincided ...

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Environment and ecology : the contradictions

The very heavy rains which recently happened in the South-East of France have been interpreted, as in every meteorological event, as being the consequence of climate warming. That has contributed to an increased mobilization in favor of environment. They have also been at the origin of power cuts which have, in some cases, last several days, heavily affecting the daily life of habitants. Two lessons can be got from these events.

There is first the night and day commitment of the teams, who are in charge of putting back in activity networks and taking care of their good working. It ...

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The European Power reactor : a malediction or a solution ?ti

The announcement of a first cost overtaking regarding the two EPR being built in England at Hinkley Point and of a new delay of the putting into activity of the French one at Flamanville has incited the government to launch an audit about the choice of the nuclear reactor. This decision will be unavoidably interpreted as a defiance signal. It will not help the population support of new projects when French people benefit from the lowest electricity price in Europe and when France, thanks to this power production technique has one among the lowest level of greenhouse gas emission in ...

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