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06.24.2014

The Energy Department Friday proposed to fine the operator of its Idaho National Laboratory $168,750 for five worker safety violations associated with a February 2013 incident in which a worker was seriously burned by molten salt and steam during a test at...

06.23.2014

Chinese and British officials signed far-reaching nuclear cooperation agreements last week that encourage Chinese government-owned firms’ planned investment in a nuclear plant project underway in Southwest England and for the first time say the UK...

06.20.2014

Deputy Energy Secretary Daniel Poneman will leave the agency in the fall after an unprecedented five-year run as the agency’s chief operating officer and second-in-command during which he helped two DOE secretaries reorient department operations to...

06.20.2014

Peter Watson, a former deputy minister of the Alberta departments of energy and environment, has been named chairman of the Canadian National Energy Board at a time the board is watching over a rapid expansion of the Canadian oil and gas pipeline system...

06.20.2014

Knowledgeable sources say President Obama has decided not to renominate Nuclear Regulatory Commission member George Apostolakis, denying the nuclear industry a Democratic appointee they strongly favored and setting up two openings on the commission by early...

06.19.2014 | BY GEORGE LOBSENZ

Citing Russian “aggression” in Ukraine, the Republican-controlled House Appropriations Committee Wednesday approved legislation that bars the Energy Department from launching any new nonproliferation projects in Russia in fiscal year 2015 and...

06.19.2014

In a major departure from the country’s heavy dependence on nuclear power, French Energy Minister Segolene Royal Wednesday proposed legislation to cap the country’s nuclear generation at the current 63.2 gigawatts, a move that would appear to...

06.18.2014 | By GEORGE LOBSENZ

Senate appropriators Tuesday approved a $28.3 billion fiscal year 2015 spending bill for the Energy Department that significantly increases funding for the agency’s nuclear cleanup and nonproliferation programs over fiscal 2014 levels while also...

06.17.2014 | BY JEFF BEATTIE

After seething for years over DOE’s practice of releasing federally owned uranium to pay for agency activities, uranium conversion firm ConverDyn sued the department Friday over its latest uranium sale plan, saying that adding more of the nuclear fuel...

06.17.2014

President Obama announced plans Friday to renominate five members of the federal Nuclear Waste Technical Review Board to new four-year terms at the panel, including current chairman Rodney Ewing. Besides Ewing, a Stanford geology and nuclear security...


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