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07.11.2014

In a series of moves aimed at expanding U.S.-China collaboration on addressing global warming, senior U.S. and Chinese officials this week signed agreements to share research on carbon capture and storage and smart grid technology and launched six new joint...

07.10.2014 | BY JEFF BEATTIE

While some of its security policy reforms have saved money and produced efficiencies, the National Nuclear Security Administration still lacks “a clear vision and path forward” for boosting protection of the Energy Department’s nuclear...

07.09.2014 | BY GEORGE LOBSENZ

In what would be the first such action by the agency since 1999, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission is rebuffing congressional concerns and moving forward with consideration of requests by operators of four shuttered or soon-to-be-closed nuclear plants that...

07.09.2014

Moving to fill the No. 2 position at the Energy Department, the White House announced Tuesday that President Obama intends to nominate Elizabeth Sherwood-Randall, a key Obama advisor on nuclear nonproliferation, arms control and defense policy, as DOE’s...

07.08.2014

In two key appointments for the Energy Department’s environmental management program, URS Corp. last month named Ken Rueter as head of UCOR, the URS-led consortium responsible for the cleanup at DOE’s Oak Ridge, Tenn., site, and said Stuart...

07.03.2014 | BY JEFF BEATTIE

A new tussle has broken out in New England over who should own new pipelines that would be built under a plan proposed by governors in the region to pay for new pipeline service into New England with small surcharges on electricity customers, with a...

07.03.2014

Declaring plans to expand from its traditional nuclear operations into the oil and gas sector, Westinghouse Electric Co. announced Wednesday the purchase of Mangiarotti S.p.A., an Italy-based manufacturer of components for the nuclear, oil and gas industries...

07.01.2014

Nuclear Regulatory Commission Chairman Allison Macfarlane announced Monday the appointment of William Dean, currently the director of NRC’s Region 1 office in Philadelphia, to become director of NRC’s Office of Nuclear Reactor Regulation, where...

06.30.2014 | BY JEFF BEATTIE

A federal appeals court this month reversed a lower court order and upped by more than $14 million damages the Energy Department must pay the Sacramento Municipal Utility District as compensation for failing to begin delivering the utility’s used fuel...

06.30.2014

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission Tuesday cited Entergy Corp. for two problems of “substantial” safety significance that contributed to an equipment-handling accident in March 2013 at the Arkansas Nuclear One plant in Russellville, Ark., that...


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