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GoldSeek.com TV Interviews Thomas Drolet: Current Fukushima troubles overblown, but some still serious

By: GoldSeek.com TV

-- Posted Friday, September 13 2013 | Digg This ArticleDigg It! |

GoldSeek.com TV presents an exclusive interview with Thomas Drolet from Drolet & Associates Energy Services. He discusses several topics with interviewer Vanessa Collette of GoldSeek.com, including:

  • The movement of water at Fukushima and the future of the site
  • How does it impact the uranium sector?
  • The spot price of uranium versus the long term market

Taped on location at Cambridge House's Toronto Resource Investment Conference 2013 (September 12th)

Thomas. S Drolet has had a 42-year career in many phases of Energy Nuclear, Coal, Natural Gas, Geothermal, Distributed generation (all including Commercial aspects, R&D, Engineering, Operations and Consulting).

Mr. Drolet was born in Ottawa, Canada and has a bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering from Royal Military College of Canada, a Masters of Science degree in Nuclear Technology/Chemical Engineering and a DIC from Imperial College, University of London, England.

Tom spent three years on squadron with the RCAF flying C 130 Hercules on International assignments. He then spent 26 years with Ontario Hydro in various engineering, research and operations functions (predominately Nuclear Energy). He formed and headed Canada’s R&D Program into Fusion (CFFTP) in 1982 and then moved into International Commercial work with Ontario Hydro International, a spin-off of the world’s fourth largest electrical utility, where he was named President and CEO in 1993.

Tom was then appointed Managing Director of American Electric Power ¬ Canada, and President of Canadian Energy Opportunities, Inc. where he was involved in mergers, acquisitions and other consulting activities in the Canadian and US power sectors.

He then joined DTE Energy Technologies as their head of International Business for Distributed Generation products. Most recently, he has worked in Renewable Geothermal Energy as the President and CEO of Western GeoPower Inc. doing electrical project work in Canada, USA, Chile, Peru and (as a consultant) in Kenya.

He was at Chernobyl, Ukraine soon after the accident in 1986, at Three Mile Island and has been on TV talking about Fukushima several times since the earthquake/tsunami/accident. He has given over 75 presentations on Nuclear Energy over the last 25 years and continues consulting in most sectors of energy worldwide. He currently serves on two Boards in the energy field (Canada and USA).

Thomas S. Drolet
President, Drolet and Associates Energy Services, Inc.

-- Posted Friday, September 13 2013 | Digg This ArticleDigg It! |

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