Adder: World Nuclear Association News Briefing, June 2002

Plaats: London, UK
The Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee voted 6 Jun
Bruce Power will invest almost C$1.8 billion 6 Jun
FirstEnergy plans to use the reactor pressure vessel head 6 Jun
The operating licences of Florida Power & Light's Turkey Point-3 and -4 6 Jun
Carolina Power & Light (CP&L) has received approval 6 Jun
Kozloduy-3 and -4 must close by 2006 6 Jun
Lithuania will close Ignalina-2 by 2009 6 Jun
Russia plans to bid for the construction of Finland's fifth nuclear power reacto 6 Jun
Tenders to extend the lifespan of the Paks nuclear power plant 6 Jun
The government has appointed French banks 6 Jun
The experimental Fugen advanced thermal reactor (ATR) 6 Jun
Russia's atomic energy ministry, Minatom plans to construct 6 Jun
An al-Qa'da terrorist plotting to build and explode 6 Jun
Lithuania has agreed to close the Ignalina-2 nuclear power reactor12 Jun
The centre right coalition's victory12 Jun
Nuclear energy is safe and clean...and a priority12 Jun
The parlaiment has approved a new energy policy bill12 Jun
Production of uranium at US mines fell12 Jun
The US department of Energy (DOE) and USEC Inc12 Jun
Japan Atomic Power Co plans to construct two new reactors12 Jun
Shortly after starting full trail commercial operation12 Jun
The Vermont Public Service Board has approved the sale12 Jun
Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) could restart its Browns Ferry 112 Jun
The estimated cost of decommissioning an average nuclear reactor12 Jun
92% of US adults believe it is extremely important or very important12 Jun
Vattenfall of Sweden has completed its takeover12 Jun
British Nuclear Fuels plc announced a high level restructuring12 Jun
Cameco has agreed to aquire the Smith Ranch19 Jun
BNFL announced that its two oldest Magnox nuclear power plants19 Jun
The US of Department of Energy (DOE) has signed an agreement with USEC19 Jun
Australia's uranium mines will be subject to a senate inquiry19 Jun
WMC Ltd is investigating an expansion at its Olympic Dam project19 Jun
Russian nuclear fuel manufacturer TVEL has signed a protocol with Czech19 Jun
The issue of phasing out nuclear energy will be discussed19 Jun
The lower house of parlaiment the national council19 Jun
Atomic Energy of Canada Ltd (AECL) launched its advanced CANDU reactor19 Jun
Entergy has asked the Vermount Public Service Board to reconsider19 Jun
The New Brunswick Public Utilities Board to reconsider19 Jun
A reduction in the number of mandatory tests performed19 Jun
The government is being urged to create a special agency19 Jun
Nuclear power reactors are highly unlikely to be penetrated19 Jun
The European Commission (EC) has published its conclusions26 Jun
Czech Republic: the closure of the rozna uranium mine26 Jun
A decision on the proposed site for US gas centrifuge26 Jun
Russia and Ukraine have signed a six-year loan agreement26 Jun
A US$288 000 fine has been proposed26 Jun
The cabinet has approved a final version of a new draft law26 Jun
The three political parties26 Jun
CEZ has received regulatory permission26 Jun
Lithuania has signed an agreement worth US$125 million26 Jun
The Swedish government has appointed Bo Bylund26 Jun
Egypt plans to build a commercial nuclear power plant26 Jun
Pakistan will continue to develop its commercial nuclear energy program26 Jun
Studsvik of Sweden and Washington Group International Inc26 Jun
The transfer of at least 35 billion UK pounds (US$53.3 billion) in liabilities26 Jun
Tests conducted following an incident in 200126 Jun
A major new initiative to improve control26 Jun
The group of Eight (G-8) countries agreed26 Jun
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