Weser River

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Noun1.Weser River - a river in northwestern Germany that flows northward to the North Sea near Bremerhaven
Deutschland, FRG, Germany, Federal Republic of Germany - a republic in central Europe; split into East Germany and West Germany after World War II and reunited in 1990
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Off-Shore Company ("Zapata") contracted with Unterweser, owner
Complying the government's nuclear moratorium, Germany's biggest energy provider Eon had to shut down its power plants Isar 1 and Unterweser. The company has therefore sued both the federal government as well as the state governments of Bavaria and Lower Saxony, seeking damage payments to the tune of around 380 million euros.
(46) Zapata, a Texas corporation, contracted with Unterweser, a German corporation, to tow Zapata's ocean drilling rig--the Chaparral--from the Gulf of Mexico to a location off the coast of Italy, where Zapata planned to drill wells.
According to a company spokesman, 'The temporary shutdown of the Isar 1 and Unterweser power plants due to the government's nuclear moratorium will have a negative effect of around EUR250m on our 2011 results.'
This category includes Biblis A and B, Neckarwestheim 1, Unterweser in Germany, Wylfa, Oldury and Sellafield in the UK, Blayais, Bugey, Dampierre, Fessenheim, St Laurent in France, Doelaand Tihange in Belgium, Borssele in the Netherlands and Forsmark and Ringhalsain Sweden.
This category takes in Biblis A and B, Neckarwestheim 1, Unterweser in Germany, Wylfa, Oldury and Sellafield in the UK, Blayais, Bugey, Dampierre, Fessenheim, St Laurent in France, Doelaand Tihange in Belgium, Borssele in the Netherlands and Forsmark and Ringhalsain Sweden.