Adder: World Nuclear Association News Briefing, juni 2003

Plaats: London, UK
titeldatum
Iran has failed to meet its safeguards obligations 4 jun
The Euratom Supply Agency (ESA) has published its annual report for 2002 4 jun
Cameco Corp's McArthur River uranium mine may resume 4 jun
Southern Cross Resources Inc announced 4 jun
European uranium enricher Urenco plans to raise its annual production capacity 4 jun
Industry minister Takeo Hiranuma apologized 4 jun
The Industry Ministry is calling for increases 4 jun
The Pretoria High Court ruled that it would not intervene 4 jun
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) plans to collect information 4 jun
Xcel Energy plans to replace the steam generator 4 jun
The transfer of the operating licences for the Diablo Canyon 4 jun
The operating licenses for three facilities 4 jun
The Hungarian Atomic Energy Authority (HAEA) has completed 4 jun
In an attempt to close the Sellafield reprocessing plant 4 jun
Rochester Gas & Electric Corp (RG&E) is considering selling 4 jun
Operations at the Qinshan-5 nuclear power reator11 jun
Nuclear electricity production in OECD countries is forecast11 jun
The European Union (EU) called for Iran11 jun
Paladin Resources is moving forward with the funding11 jun
UEX Corp has completed its previously announced offering11 jun
USEC Inc and Exelon Generation Co LLC have reached agreement11 jun
The Mayors of Kashiwazaki and Kariwa have approved11 jun
Kozloduy-3 and -4 meet all the necessary international standards11 jun
A delay in ordering major components11 jun
On 10 June, the Senate rejected by vote of 50-48 an amendment11 jun
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) has been requested11 jun
A review of Entergy's proposed 110 MWe uprate11 jun
The Phenix prototype fast breeder reactor (FBR) has been restarted11 jun
A bill that will introduce a tax on spent fuel stored11 jun
A radioactive waste reprocessing plant opened11 jun
The Chairman of the International Commission on Radiological Protection18 jun
Tokyo Electric Power Co (TEPCO) restarted its Kashiwazaki-Kariwa-718 jun
Iran has been asked by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA)18 jun
Strict environmental conditions on the Louisiana Energy Services (LES)18 jun
A draft safety evaluation report (DSER) for the Westinghouse AP100018 jun
Debate on the Senate's energy bill will be delayed until mid- to late-July18 jun
Entergy Nuclear is reportely only weeks away from submitting18 jun
The Tarapur-1 and -2 nuclear power reactors will be allowed to operate18 jun
The Leningrad-1 nuclear power reactor will be able to operate18 jun
An extension to the agreed 2006 deadline for the closure18 jun
A Video inspection confirmed that all 30 fuel assemblies18 jun
The government has paved the way for the creation of a public body18 jun
The government plans to approve the construction18 jun
Plans for the modernization of the RT-1 spent nuclear fuel18 jun
Connecticut Yankee Atomic Power Co (CYAPC) has terminated18 jun
A positive Record of Decision on the environmental impact25 jun
Areva-through its subsidiary Cogema-has signed contracts25 jun
Pacific Gas & Electric Co (PE&E) will remain a state-regulated utility25 jun
The operating licences for Ontario Power Generation's25 jun
The Bruce A-4 nuclear power reactor will not now be restarted until25 jun
E.On's Stade nuclear power plant will be shut down in November 200325 jun
Lithuania announced that the Ignalina-1 nuclear power reactor will shut25 jun
Kazakhstan plans to construct a nuclear power plant near Lake Balkhash25 jun
Hokkaido Electric Power's planned Tomari-3 nuclear power reactor25 jun
President Chen Shui-bian has promised to hold a referendum25 jun
Nebraska has been voted out of a five-state, low-level waste (LLW) compact25 jun
Construction on a US$200m project that will use a 200 MW nuclear reactor25 jun
An international tribunal - set up under the UN25 jun
Bechtel Power Corp has filed suit against the Connecticut Yankee25 jun
Utility CEZ has agreed with Skoda Praha25 jun
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