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1. France postpones cutting nuclear share of power production because of a risk to supply08.11.2017   17:47 
France risks power supply shortages after 2020 if it moves ahead with plans to simultaneously shut down four 40-year-old nuclear reactors and all its coal-fired plants, according to grid operator RTE, Reuters reported. France aims to phase out coal and by 2025 to reduce nuclear power in its energy
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2. French regulator delays decision on EDF reactors' life extension25.10.2017   15:22 
French regulator ASN’s general ruling on whether state-owned utility EDF can extend the life span of its nuclear reactors beyond 40 years will be delayed until at least mid-2020, Reuters reported.   The ASN had said before that a broad “generic” review of the principle of life
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3. France Mulls Law to Stop Granting New Oil and Gas Exploration Licenses23.06.2017   11:02 
The French government is planning to present a draft law this autumn that would stop granting licences for oil and gas exploitation in France and overseas territories. According to French energy minister Nicolas Hublot this will happen in the autumn of this year. "There will be
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4. Sarkozy Strikes Balanced Approach to French Shale09.05.2016   13:26 
Less than a year before the presidential contest and six months before holding its first open primary, Les Republicains, France’s right wing opposition party – led by former president Nicolas Sarkozy who is likely to run again though he has yet to formally announce his candidacy
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