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09.01.2016 | BY GEORGE LOBSENZ

In an unprecedented and jaw-dropping mix-up involving one of the nation’s most sensitive nuclear weapons sites, the National Nuclear Security Administration announced Wednesday it is withdrawing a contract it awarded Friday for management of its Nevada...

09.01.2016

As part of a broader plan to stem steep financial losses in recent years through a link-up with Electricite de France, state-backed Areva announced the launch of an aggressive restructuring Tuesday, saying its nuclear fuels and uranium mining operations would...

08.30.2016 | BY GEORGE LOBSENZ

In a surprising about-face, an Energy Department administrative law judge in recent weeks has overruled two DOE field offices to resurrect whistleblower retaliation cases that had been dismissed—and reversed his own previous decision to dismiss...

08.29.2016 | BY GEORGE LOBSENZ

The National Nuclear Security Administration announced Friday that it has chosen a team led by Leidos to run its Nevada Nuclear Security Site in a competition that the semi-autonomous Energy Department nuclear weapons agency said attracted an...

08.29.2016

Wyoming business development officials say they are on a global search for investors to back a new uranium conversion plant in the state that would leverage Wyoming’s rich supplies of the nuclear fuel feedstock and provide the only domestic competition...

08.26.2016 | BY GEORGE LOBSENZ

With EnergySolutions stalled on its initial plan to bring the nuclear waste to its disposal site in Utah, the Energy Department announced today that it will consider sending thousands of tons of depleted uranium residues to the Texas low-level waste disposal...

08.24.2016 | BY GEORGE LOBSENZ

The Energy Department announced Tuesday it has restarted a key process for disposing of the growing amount of spent nuclear fuel stored at its Savannah River Site in South Carolina, resuming uranium separation operations at the H Canyon facility that have...

08.23.2016 | BY JEFF BEATTIE

Joining a handful of other states potentially interested in hosting a national nuclear waste storage site, a divided panel of Wyoming lawmakers voted last week to review the state’s nuclear waste laws with an eye to potential revisions to accommodate...

08.22.2016

BWX Technologies Inc. announced Thursday that it has struck an agreement to buy the Canadian operations of GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy, a buy that will roughly double BWXT’s presence in Canada. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. Under the deal, BWXT...

08.19.2016 | BY JEFF BEATTIE

Re-launching a program that flopped the first time due to opposition from affected communities, the Energy Department has invited fresh proposals from contractors interested in managing its field test of “deep boreholes” as a nuclear waste...


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