Adder: World Nuclear Association News Briefing, September 2005

Plaats: London, UK
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US Energy Corp and Crested Corp (USECC) and Uranium Power Corp (UPC) 7 SepUS Energy Corp, 6 September
Uranium mining at Rozna could continue beyond 2008 7 SepUx Weekly, 12 September
International Uranium Corp (IUC) announced results 7 SepIUC, 6 September
The US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit issued an order 7 SepUx Weekly, 12 September
The Duke Cogema Stone & Webster (DCS) consortium that 7 SepNuclear Fuel, 12 September
Entergy's Waterford nuclear power plant terminated the Unusual Event 7 SepNRC, 8 and 9 September
An agreement on nuclear energy cooperation has been signed 7 SepAECL, 9 September
A recently revised nuclear program for Brazil calls for the completion 7 SepUx Weekly, 12 September
Construction of the Olkiluoto-3 nuclear power reactor was marked 7 SepTVO, 12 September
The Swedish nuclear power inspectorate SKI has approved a plan 7 SepNucNet Market Review, 9 September
The construction of the China Experimental Fast Reactor (CEFR) 7 SepNuclear Market Review, 9 September
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) denied the state of Utah's 7 SepNRC, 9 September
State regulators have approved Envirocare of Utah's request to double 7 SepNucleonics Week, 12 September
USEC Inc announced a major realignment of the company 7 SepUSEC, 7 September
Constellation Energy and Areva Inc have announced the formation of UniStar14 SepAreva, 15 September
A ceremony was held at the Langer Heinrich uranium project14 SepPaladin Resources Ltd, 16 September
Aflease Gold & Uranium Resources Ltd of South Africa and Southern Cross Inc14 SepAflease/ Southern Cross, 14 September
Agricola Resources plc has discovered uranium mineralization14 SepAgricola, 19 September
A draft environmental impact statement on the proposed American Centrifuge14 SepNRC, 14 September
Ontario's premier, Dalton McGuinty, said he is prepared to authorize14 SepGlobe and Mail Online, 14 September
British Energy (BE) announced a 10-year life extension at its Dungeness B14 SepBritish Energy (BE)
The planned removal of damaged fuel assemblies from the Paks-214 SepNucNet News in Brief, 82/05, 19 September
The Tarapur-4 nuclear power reactor entered commercial operation14 SepNPCIL, 13 September
Advanced studies using probabilistic techniques14 SepNPCIL, 9 September
Approval to change Kyushu Electric Power Co's Genkai-314 SepAtoms in Japan, 13 September
The four cities that are willing to host a low and intermediate-level14 SepYonhap News, 15 September
North Korea has promised to give up its nuclear weapons program14 SepBBC News Online, 19 September
The US will establish a fuel reserve for international use28 SepNucleonics Week, 29 September
The USA will join the International Atomic Energy Agency's (IAEA's)28 SepNucleonics Week, 29 September
GE Energy's nuclear business has been awarded a contract28 SepGE Energy, 21 September
Ontario Power Generation's (OPG's) refurbished Pickering A-128 SepOPG, 27 September
The government has decided to resume supply of dual-use items28 SepForeign Affairs Canada, 26 September
The government will make a definite decision by the end of 200628 SepNucNet News, 156/05, 29 September
Rosenergoatom has cancelled the results of the tender28 SepNuclear.Ru, 28 September
Japan and France are considering joint use of the Monju28 SepNuclear Market Review, 30 September
A proposal to maximise the use of the country's nuclear power plants28 SepAtoms in Japan, 28 September
A panel of the government's Atomic Energy Commission (AEC)28 SepSpentFuel, 3 October
British Nuclear Fuels plc (BNFL) confirmed a proposal to sell28 SepFinancial Times, 1 October
NRG Energy Inc has agreed to acquire all the outstanding equity of Texas Genco28 SepNRG, 2 October
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