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01.15.2016

Consolidated Nuclear Security LLC, the operator of the Energy Department’s Y-12 and Pantex sites, announced Thursday that its chief operating officer, Morgan Smith, will succeed Jim Haynes as president and chief executive officer of the Bechtel-led...

01.14.2016 | BY GEORGE LOBSENZ

A federal safety oversight board says the emergency response program at Los Alamos National Laboratory has significant weaknesses, including a failure to provide sufficient safeguards for the public in case of an accident involving drums of potentially...

01.14.2016

Lightbridge Corp. announced this week that Norwegian authorities have given approval for the irradiation of its advanced metallic reactor fuel at the Halden research reactor under commercial power reactor operating conditions to provide safety and performance...

01.14.2016

After considering fining the utility, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission decided not to impose financial penalties on Northern States Power Co. over an incident in which two contract workers failed to properly inspect welds on six spent fuel canisters at the...

01.13.2016

Centrus Corp. last week named a new five-member advisory board rich with nuclear and security expertise to help guide the work of the Maryland-based uranium enrichment firm. The board includes Tom Donilon, former national security advisor to President Obama...

01.12.2016 | BY JEFF BEATTIE

Over a senior staffer’s protest, Nuclear Regulatory Commission staff proposed last week to cancel the remaining work on the broadest safety recommendation to come out of the agency’s response to the 2011 Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant...

01.12.2016

Following its decision last month to support life extension of Bruce Power’s 6,300 megawatt Tiverton nuclear complex, the Ontario Ministry of Energy announced Monday it will move forward with the $9 billion refurbishment of the four provincially owned...

01.11.2016 | BY GEORGE LOBSENZ

Two years after the Energy Department declined to support the company’s small modular reactor development plan, Westinghouse appears to be gaining momentum on a proposed partnership with the British government to deploy its 225 megawatt SMR, with the...

01.08.2016

The Energy Department has decided to update a key security document setting requirements for its contractors to protect sensitive nuclear sites and assets, with officials saying DOE’s current “design basis threat” policy does not reflect new...

01.07.2016

EnergySolutions has asked the Nuclear Regulatory Commission to lift restrictions on low-level nuclear waste imports from Canada that currently bar the company from bringing in wastes with radioactivity levels above Class A, the least dangerous class of...


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