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10.09.2014

In a big step forward for reactor vendors increasingly banking on sales outside of the United States, European Commission officials announced Wednesday they have approved as compatible with commission competition rules a tweaked package of aid the UK...

10.08.2014 | BY GEORGE LOBSENZ

The Energy Department last week disclosed two accidents of “high safety significance” at its Sandia and Lawrence Livermore labs—including an explosion that lifted the roof of a Sandia facility—and a serious lapse in the handling of...

10.08.2014

Bechtel this week announced a reorganization under which it will combine most of its power businesses with its civil engineering and project management operations into a new unit called Bechtel Infrastructure while rolling its nuclear power, site management...

10.07.2014 | BY GEORGE LOBSENZ

After months of fruitless negotiation over the Energy Department’s failure to meet cleanup schedules set in a 2010 consent decree with the state, Washington officials Friday asked a federal judge to impose new deadlines on DOE for removing and...

10.07.2014

Centrus Energy—previously known as USEC Inc.--announced last week that longtime President and Chief Executive Officer John Welch will depart the company October 17, to be replaced on an interim basis by Chief Restructuring Officer John Castellano. In an...

10.06.2014

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission staff met Wednesday with Global Nuclear Fuels to discuss possible enforcement action regarding the March discovery of problems with two important pieces of safety equipment at the North Carolina nuclear fuel manufacturing...

10.03.2014 | BY JEFF BEATTIE

Amid grumbling by several state lawmakers that the agency has become too cozy with the utilities it regulates, the Florida Public Service Commission voted unanimously Thursday to overrule its staff and promptly refund to Duke Energy Florida’s customers...

10.03.2014 | BY GEORGE LOBSENZ

The Washington Department of Ecology this week settled its dispute with the Energy Department over delays in pumping liquid out of a leaky nuclear waste storage tank at DOE’s Hanford site, with the state agency now agreeing to the department’s...

10.03.2014

South Carolina Electric & Gas revealed Thursday that it anticipates a $660 million cost increase for its share of the new nuclear project at the VC Summer nuclear plant in South Carolina, suggesting a total cost jump for the project of about $1.2 billion...

10.02.2014

Despite clear warnings about using certain “potentially incompatible” materials to stabilize transuranic waste drums, Los Alamos National Laboratory changed its waste-handling procedures to allow the use of organic kitty litter and a reactive acid...


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