May 2005
Power Economics;5/5/2005, Vol. 9 Issue 9, p3
This article reports on developments related to international trade as of May 5, 2005. The Gazprom/Rosneft merger, which Russia would like to see become a huge state oil and gas company, has run aground. The American Wind Energy Association in Washington said it expects the industry to install 2,500 MW of new capacity this year. Constellation Energy vice president Michael Wallace urged the U.S. Senate Energy committee to adopt the U.S. administration's proposal to appropriate $56 million toward the Nuclear Power 2010 initiative that's aimed at deployment of a new generation of nuclear reactors.


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