Daily Archive for January 8th, 2013
One of the South Texas Project’s nuclear reactors was shut down after a transformer fire Tuesday, but the reactor was not damaged, a plant spokesman said.
Prosecutors tell judge that Wang ‘contributed substantially’ to the criminal convictions of more than 10 individuals
Sprint hits back at its rival, saying it has ‘no intention’ of waiving any of its rights as Clearwire’s largest shareholder and biggest customer
Energy Information Administration, a government agency, predicts that net imports of liquid fuels will fall to about 6m barrels per day in 2014
As Barack Obama and Hamid Karzai prepare for talks in Washington this week, a security official says the US is considering a ‘zero option’ after 2014
Vice-president Maduro acts to dispel impression of power vacuum with crackdown on hoarding but opposition will push for his rival to be interim leader
Company reported underlying earnings in line with analysts’ expectations at 6 cents per share for the fourth quarter, on revenues of $5.9bn
US vice-president joins Gabrielle Giffords, former congresswoman injured in a 2011 shooting in Tucson, in call for action but conservatives fight back
A study concludes that U.S. natural gas prices would rise about 15 cents per million British thermal units by 2030 if exports are allowed.
Group estimates operating profit leapt 88% to Won8.8tn in the fourth quarter as mobile handset sales surged despite competition from Apple’s iPhone