Adder: World Nuclear Association News Briefing, October 2005

City: London, UK
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The 2005 Nobel Peace Prize has been awarded jointly 5 Oct
Rio Tinto announced the formation of Rio Tinto Uranium (RTU) 5 Oct
Cameco Corp of Canada and Cogema of France have agreed 5 Oct
The Australian Labor Party (ALP) has indicated that it will confront and review 5 Oct
KazAtomProm announced that through the development 5 Oct
The Nuclear Regulator Commission's (NRC's) Atomic Safety and Licensing 5 Oct
Cameco Corp is negotiating to acquire fuel fabricator Zircatec 5 Oct
There are no environmental grounds to deny relicensing 5 Oct
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) has amended the operating licence 5 Oct
President Hugo Chavez announced that his government would asses 5 Oct
British Energy's (BE's) Sizewell B nuclear power plant has successfully complete 5 Oct
Lithuania should construct a third nuclear power plant in order to retain that t 5 Oct
The Aomori Governor, Shingo Mimura, could approve an interim spent fuel 5 Oct
The Japan Atomic Energy Agency (JAEA) has been created through the merger 5 Oct
Energy Resources of Australia Ltd (ERA) announced an increase26 OctERA, 27 October
Denison Mines Inc announced that its share of exploration expenditures26 OctDenison, 28 October
Albidon Ltd and Energy Ventures Ltd, both of Australia26 OctAlbidon, 26 October
Monaro Mining Nl of Australia announced the acquisition26 OctManaro Mining, 26 October
Constellation Energy announced plans to submit an application26 OctDuke Power, 26 October
The majority of Ontarians support the use of nuclear power26 OctLeger Marketing, 26 October
Electricite de France (EdF) will increase the electrical output capacity26 OctNucleonics Week, 27 October
The Tianwan-1 nuclear power reactor reportedly began generating26 OctCNNC, 27 October
The Executive Yuan will reportedly decide at the end of 2005 or early 200626 OctNucleonics Week, 27 October
The Department of Energy's (DOE's) Office of Civilian Radioactive Waste26 OctDOE, 25 October
Cameco Corp confirmed that the Bruce Power restructuring26 OctCameco, 31 October
The Government cancelled plans for a partial privatisation of Areva26 OctReuters, 27 October
RWE AG reportedly signed a contract with Union Bank of Switzerland26 OctNucleonics Week, 27 October
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