Adder: World Nuclear Association News Briefing, juni 2006

Plaats: London, UK
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Prime Minister John Howard has established a taskforce 1 junPrime Minister John Howard, 6 June
The latest edition of the Red Book has been published by the OECD 1 junOECD NEA, 1 June
The federal government announced that old uranium mine leases 1 junABC Online, 5 June
India is prepared to invest US$1.2 billion on a stake in a uranium mine 1 junNuclear Market Review, 31 May
Cameco Corp's Smith Ranch-Highland in-situ leach (ISL) uranium mine 1 junCameco, 1 June
Constellation Energy and Electricite de France (EDF) have signed 1 junConstellation, 1 June
The transfer of the operating licences for the Salem, Hope Creek and 1 junNRC, 31 May
The government is expected to approve plans to complete construction 1 junDow Jones, 5 June
The Socialist government has not yet established a definitive schedule 1 junUx Weekly, 5 June
Slovenia is considering the construction of a second nuclear power plant 1 junNuclear Market Review, 2 June
The winning bidder for the construction of the Belene nuclear power plant 1 junUx Weekly, 5 June
Russia has confirmed that its intends to complete the Kalinin-4 1 junRIA Novosti, 4 June
Atomstroyexport of Russia will begin formal negotiations later in 2006 1 junNuclear.RU, 6 June
The Korean Peninsula Energy Development Organisation (KEDO) 1 junBBC News Online, 2 June
A Package of incentives and penalties aimed at persuading Iran 1 junFinancial Times, 1 June
The Ontario government has offered Crown corporation 7 junGlobe and Mail, 13 June
The government announced a five-year, C$520 million (US$463 million) 7 junNatural Resources Canada, 2 June
Cogema Resources Inc has been renamed Areva Resources Canada Inc 7 junAreva, 5 June
France and the UK are to establish a joint nuclear energy forum 7 junBBC News Online, 9 June
The government has approved an application to uprate the Oskarshamn-3 7 junNucNet World Nuclear Review, 23/06, 9 june
US inter-agency review of Toshiba-Westinghouse deal complete 7 junNucleonics Week, 8 June
Mitsubishi plans entry into new plant market in US with 1700 MWe APWR 7 junNucleonics Week, 8 June
Nuclear a possibility in panel's plan for future energy 7 junNucleonics Week, 8 June
Former rad chief Pierre Pellerin faces Chernobyl deception charges 7 junNucleonics Week, 8 June
Sevmash shipyard company will sign a contract with state-owned 7 junRIA Novosti, 12 June
China is to build a new nuclear power plant 7 junXinhua, 8 June
An investment of Rs1800 crore is proposed for setting up two uranium mining 7 junThe Hindu, 9 June
The AECL-led Cernavoda project management team 7 junNuclear Engineering Internatioanl, June 2006
EnergySolution announced today that it has completed the transaction 7 junEnergySolution, 7 June
Atomic Energy of Canada Ltd (AECL) awarded major contract 7 junAECL, 7 June
British Nuclear Group (BNG) pleads guilty to Thorp pipe fracture charges 7 junNucNet News, 120/06, 9 June
International Uranium Corp (IUC) announced the reopening of its US14 junIUC, 14 June
Cameco Corp has acquired a 19.5% interest in UNOR Inc14 junCameco, 19 June
sxr Uranium One announced a revised mineral resource estimate14 junsxr Uranium One, 14 June
Duke Energy Corp will name its proposed new nuclear power plant14 junNuclear Market Review, 16 June
25% of Americans said they oppose any type of energy plant of facility14 junRBC, 16 June
It is technically feasible to replace the energy generated by the Indian Point14 junNational Academies, 6 June
More Australians approve (49%) than disapprove (37%) of the construction14 junRoy Morgan Research, 10 June
A 20-year lifetime extension agreement for the Borssele14 junNucNet News, 126/06, 16 June
A request to waive the time limit on the operating licence14 junNucNews, 127/06, 19 June
The Tarapur-3 nuclear power reactor was connected to the grid on 15 June14 junNPCIL, 15 June
The parliament approved a proposal for deep geological disposal14 junNuclear Marker Review, 16 June
An opinion poll shows continued strong support14 junSKB, 1 June
World nuclear energy generating capacity is projected to increase21 junEIA, 20 June
NRG Energy Inc announced plans to develop some 10 500 MWe21 junNRG, 21 June
A licence has been issued to Louisiane Energy Services (LES)21 junNRC, 23 June
Areva and KazAtomProm began commercial operations at the KATCO21 junKazatomprom, 23 June
A US$1 billion uranium supply contract has been signed21 junNuclear Market Review, 23 June
Uzbekistan is reportedly reviewing an offer from Areva of France to buy its Uran21 junUx weekly, 26 June
Zimbabwe is reportedly considering three foreign bids to mine uranium in the cou21 junNuclear Market Review, 23 June
Strathmore Minerals Corp has completed initial, independent studies21 junStrathmore, 26 June
The operating licences for the Brunswick-1 and -2 nuclear power reactors21 junNRC, 26 June
President Vladimir Putin formally approved an ambitious nuclear21 junNucNet News, 136/06, 27 June
Plans to construct three nuclear plants by 201521 junAssociated Press, 20 June
The Governor of Shimane Prefecture, Nobuyoshi Sumita, indicated21 junAtoms in Japan, 16 June
Plans for a centralized interim storage facility to be constructed21 junNucNet News, 134/06, 26 June
AMEC Nuclear and the UK Atomic Energy Authority (UKAEA)21 junAMEC, 27 June
Exelon Corp and Public Service Enterprise Group (PSEG)21 junExelon, 22 June
At the start of 2006, there were 352 nuclear power reactors in operation27 junNEA, 27 June
Aboriginal communities in Western Australia are discussing27 junAustralian Financial Review, 28 June
Areva's supervisory board approved a plan to invest EUR3 billion27 junAreva, 29 June
Belgonucleaire's P0 mixed-oxide (MOX) fuel plant at Dessel will close27 junNuclear Fuel, 3 July
The US-Russian HEU Agreement - the Megatons to Megawatt program27 junUSEC, 28 June
The operating licence for NB Power's Point Lepreau nuclear power plant27 junCNSC, 30 June
New Nuclear power reactors in the country should be pre-licensed27 junHSE, 28 June
Utility Axpo is planning not only new nuclear power reactors27 junPlatts Emissions Daily, 28 June
85% of Swedes either want to keep the country's 10 operating nuclear27 junNucNet News,140/06, 29 June
Fifteen companies and consortiums submitted letters of intent27 junSN Nuclearelectrica, 27 June
Russian President Vladimir Putin has proposed to Turkey27 junNuclear Market Review, 30 June
The Federal Council has approved the conclusions of a report27 junNagra, 28 june
The fourth biannual International Nuclear Youth Congress (INYC)27 junWNA, 4 July
British Nuclear Group (BNG) announced profits of 72 million UK pounds27 junBNG, 3 July
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