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Writing for FTSE Global Markets, S&P Global Ratings’ Michael Ferguson believes America’s nuclear sector is edging closer to meltdown

  Under pressure from low natural gas prices, the commercial viability of America’s unregulated nuclear power industry has weakened in recent years. In turn, discussions regarding the revival of ailing plants have turned to state subsidies. But can state assistance prevent the nuclear industry’s collapse? In an article for FTSE Global Markets, S&P Global Ratings’ …

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S&P Global Ratings’ dim outlook for America’s new gas-fired generators is covered by Project Finance International

An S&P Global Ratings report into America’s independent power producer (IPP) market concludes that generators are at the mercy of thin margins and waning power demand – which could force energy companies to restructure their operations or even lead to generator closures.   In an article written by Project Finance International, S&P’s senior director, U.S. energy …

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