Adder: World Nuclear Association News Briefing, april 2004

Plaats: London, UK
titeldatum
Kazakhstan plans to quadruple its uranium production by 2015 7 apr
The Government of Western Australia and WMC Resources 7 apr
A definitive schedule for reviewing Tennessee Valley Authority's (TVA's) applica 7 apr
Prime Minister Jean-Pierre Raffarin confirmed support for construction 7 apr
Belgium will be unable to meet its commitments under the Kyoto protocol 7 apr
The Liberal Party has called not only for the proposed phase-put 7 apr
The government is being urged 7 apr
The European Union (EU) will provide EUR25 million (US$30 million) 7 apr
Russia plans to raise its nuclear generating capacity 7 apr
Tokyo Electric Power Co (TEPCO) plans to restart its Kashiwazaki-Kariwa-3 7 apr
A new US$8 billion nuclear power plants is to be constructed at Yangjiang 7 apr
The Department of Energy (DOE) announced that it will use rail 7 apr
Thirteen European organisations have signed an agreement 7 apr
Clarification to NB04.14-1: 7 apr
Global energy demand will increase by 54% between 2001 and 202514 apr
World uranium production fell by 2% in 200314 apr
45 of the 49 scoping holes that have been drilled at the Honeymoon14 apr
ConverDyn received approval on 14 April14 apr
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) has accepted14 apr
The operating licence of Progress Energy's 710 MWe H B Robinson-214 apr
The proposed C$1.4 billion (US$1 billion) refurbishment14 apr
Spain's new Socialist Prime Minister, Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero14 apr
Final approval of a site near the town of Severodvinsk14 apr
Taiwan Power Co (Taipower) is anticipating a further delay14 apr
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) has warned14 apr
Inspectors from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA)14 apr
Constellation Generation Group (CGG)14 apr
Kyushu Electric Power Co has decided to continue planning14 apr
British Nuclear Group (BNG) has been launched14 apr
A group of companies is studying the economics of constructing21 apr
More than 9500 fuel pins from the Department of Energy's21 apr
The operating licence of the Virgil C Summer-121 apr
Two short spent fuel rod segments are not in their documented location21 apr
Bruce Power will raise the power level at its Bruce-621 apr
The process of siting and financing a new nuclear power plant21 apr
An application to amend the operating license of the Beznau-221 apr
The possibility of construction a new nuclear power plant21 apr
Westinghouse will supply reactor maintenance21 apr
The shutdown of the Ignalina-1 nuclear power reactor21 apr
An insurance agreement between the country's nuclear insurance pool21 apr
More than 100 employees will be assigned to a broad review21 apr
Solid low-level waste (LLW) stored on Orchid Island21 apr
A ground-breaking chemical treatment process has been started at Sellafield21 apr
The European Union's (EU's) nuclear capacity increased on 1 May28 apr
Switzerland's four nuclear power plants generated a total of almost 26 TWh28 apr
Chubu Electric Power Co's Hamaoka-5 nuclear power reactor28 apr
Uranium Resources Inc (URI) will begin uranium mining at the Vasquez28 apr
Strathmore Minerals Corp has agreed to acquire five mineral leases28 apr
The National Atomic Energy Commission (CNEA) expects28 apr
Areva and Kazatomprom have signed an agreement28 apr
Uranium output by Navoi Mining & Metals Combine28 apr
Dominion Energy is likely to apply for operating license renewal28 apr
Bulgaria will resume construction of the Belene nuclear power plant28 apr
Plans for the construction of the Khmelnitsky-328 apr
Kazakhstan plans to announce an international tender in 200728 apr
PLans by Siemens to export a mothballed mixed-oxide (MOX) fuel facility28 apr
The reprocessing of spent nuclear fuel should be limited28 apr
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