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11.10.2014 | BY JIM DAY

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Friday advanced the first liquefied natural gas export project on the U.S. Pacific coast, releasing a favorable draft environmental review of the Jordan Cove project in Oregon and the related Pacific Connector Gas...

11.10.2014

In a move to boost shareholder value, Babcock & Wilcox Co. announced last week it is splitting into two different companies by spinning off its government contracting and nuclear operations into a new stand-alone firm and retaining its power generation...

11.07.2014 | BY GEORGE LOBSENZ

In what appears likely to be an influential critique of the Obama administration’s Clean Power Plan, the nation’s grid reliability watchdog this week said the Environmental Protection Agency relied on badly flawed assumptions to make...

11.07.2014

The Energy Department announced Thursday that air samplers “on and around” the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant detected small amounts of radioactive contamination following the October 21 restart of a ventilation fan underground in the transuranic...

11.06.2014 | BY JEFF BEATTIE

The Senate switch to Republican control is forcing Majority Leader Harry Reid to scramble during the lame-duck session to get Senate confirmation of a fifth Nuclear Regulatory Commission member he deems acceptable—and will weaken his ability to continue...

11.06.2014

John Grossenbacher, director of the Idaho National Laboratory since 2005, will step down by Sept. 30, 2015 as head of the Energy Department’s lead research facility on nuclear power, according to Battelle Energy Alliance, which operates the lab for DOE...

11.05.2014 | BY CHRIS HOLLY

In a complaint that echoes the nuclear industry’s unhappiness with the proposal, Georgia’s air regulator says the Environmental Protection Agency’s method for calculating required carbon emissions cuts from existing power plants unfairly...

11.04.2014

The Energy Department announced funding awards Friday totaling $13 million to help five consortia overcome technical challenges in the design, construction or operation of advanced nuclear reactor designs they are working on. DOE said it selected projects...

11.03.2014 | BY JEFF BEATTIE

With regulatory action reheating on the Yucca Mountain nuclear waste disposal project, a federal advisory panel warned the Energy Department this month that the agency appears to have lost certain key information related to the handling and management of...

10.31.2014 | BY GEORGE LOBSENZ

Amid signs the troubled project remains very much alive despite Energy Department efforts to suspend it, the contractor building the Mixed Oxide Fuel Fabrication Facility at DOE’s Savannah River Site in South Carolina has announced a change in...


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