Adder: World Nuclear Association News Briefing, oktober 2001

Plaats: London, UK
titeldatum
Full scale commercial production of mixed-oxide (MOX) fuel 3 okt
The proposed reauthorisation of the Price Anderson Act 3 okt
The time is right for Italy to review its nuclear energy options 3 okt
Production at the country's uranium mines 3 okt
USEC Inc has been taking steps to move forward 3 okt
Research and development of laser uranium enrichment technology 3 okt
Russia has completed the assembly of the first VVER-1000 reactor 3 okt
The town of Miyama, Mie Prefectue, will hold a referendum 3 okt
Operation of Armenia's sole nuclear power plant 3 okt
Bruce Power has been granted permission 3 okt
The Khmelnitski-2 and Rovno-4 nuclear power plants 3 okt
Korean Hydro & Nuclear Power Co Ltd (KHNP) 3 okt
EnWB has voluntarily shut down the 1400 MWe Phillippsburg-2 3 okt
A proposed subsequent arrangement for the return of mixed-oxide (MOX) fuel 3 okt
Approval for the proposed construction 3 okt
The seperation of minor actinides and fission products 3 okt
An application to build an underground test gallery 3 okt
An additional year of bedrock testing at Olkiluoto 3 okt
A record number of Americans are in favour of the use of nuclear energy10 okt
A call for the revival of nuclear power10 okt
The Olympic Dam project produced 1409 tonnes U30810 okt
Uranium production at Anglogold's gold by product project10 okt
New nuclear plant designs promise to overcome10 okt
Russia possesses 35 designs promise to overcome10 okt
Plans to develop the legislation necessary to phase out10 okt
Qinshan-2 has reportedly entered operational testing10 okt
A new world record for the refuelling of a boiling water reactor10 okt
The revival of a three-year-old legal action10 okt
Japan's three largest nuclear power plant manufacturers10 okt
Plans to dismantle Tokai-110 okt
The long term, market price based agreement that USEC10 okt
Russia's Ministry of Atomic Energy (MINATOM) has denied reports10 okt
British Nuclear Fuel plc (BNFL) expects10 okt
A shortlist of companies qualified to bid10 okt
A shortage of safety inspectors could disrupt decommissioning programmes10 okt
British Energy (BE) is working with Canada's Atomic Energy Corporation (AECL)17 okt
The European Commission should justify its insistence on the closure17 okt
Construction of Beloyarsk 4 an 800 MWe fast reactor17 okt
A fire at Western Mining Corp's (WMC's) Olympic Dam17 okt
Energy Resources of Australia (ERA) reported uranium production17 okt
Dominion estimates it would have to spend17 okt
The final phase of a 10 year programma to modernise17 okt
The decision by the four investment partners17 okt
A 'potential terrorist threat' directed at Three Mile Island17 okt
Atlantic City Electric Co - a subsidiary of Conectiv17 okt
Requests for generating capacity increases17 okt
Energoatom plans to extend the operational life span17 okt
Entombment may be a viable option for decommissioning17 okt
Andra - the radioactive waste managment agency17 okt
BNFL Inc is reportedly seeking buyers for its cask technology17 okt
Slovenia has joined the Paris convention on third liability17 okt
British Nuclear Fuels plc (BNFL) is reportedly stepping up pressure17 okt
Electrabel of Belgium has withdrawn its bid17 okt
A new joint working relationship has been launched17 okt
RWE Nukem a subsidiary of Germany's RWE Solutions17 okt
Correction to NB01.42-9:17 okt
UEX Corp - a new uranium exploration company24 okt
Constellation nuclear's acquisition of Nine Mile Point-1 and -224 okt
Asco-1 and -2 have been granted 10-year extenstions24 okt
A new review of the energy situation in the country24 okt
A review of quality management procedures24 okt
Electricite de France (EDF) has started a major maintenance outage24 okt
The Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) has devalued its balance sheet assets24 okt
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) has concurred24 okt
Partitioning and transmutation (P&T) of actinides24 okt
The UK's radioactive waste policy will be considered24 okt
New contract terms have reportedly been agreed24 okt
Depleted uranium (DU) could be used as a strenghtening ingredient24 okt
The Bush administration hopes to develop an insurance coverage plan24 okt
The Nuclear Threat Initiative (NTI) has pledged US$1.2 million24 okt
The ruthlessness of the terrorist attacks in the US30 okt
A temporary ban on private aircraft flying30 okt
The house of representatives energy and commerce committee30 okt
A consortium of utilities and other business partners30 okt
The operation licences for Cameco Corp's30 okt
A proposed joint venture between Russia, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan30 okt
An agreement to assess the feasibility of Candu reactor technology30 okt
Approval for the restar of Ontario Power Generation's30 okt
A new world record for the continuous operation30 okt
The operating licence for the 408 MWe Bohunice-230 okt
The governor of Fukui prefecture30 okt
The unused mixed oxide (MOX) fuel fabrication facility at Hanau30 okt
A report from the department of energy (DOE)30 okt
The unauthorised publication of parts of a study30 okt
The go ahead for in depth studies at three potential sites30 okt
Congress has set 28 february 2002 as the deadline30 okt
Commercial operation of the third furnace for radioactive waste30 okt
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