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11.17.2014

In a move that would ensure a longer term at the Nuclear Regulatory Commission for new member Jeffery Baran, President Obama nominated the former Hill staffer Thursday to fill out the remainder of the term of departing NRC Chairman Allison Macfarlane, who is...

11.14.2014 | BY JEFF BEATTIE

DALLAS—Entergy Corp. Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Leo Denault Thursday floated the possibility that his company would be willing to strike a “constructive” agreement with New York officials on early closure of the controversial...

11.14.2014

The Energy Department last week disclosed that it is investigating a June 2014 chemical explosion that injured two workers at its Nevada National Security Site. DOE’s Office of Enterprise Assessments revealed the accident in an October 29 letter to...

11.13.2014 | BY CHRIS HOLLY

In a historic joint announcement Wednesday that raises hopes for finalizing a new international climate change treaty next year in Paris, President Obama pledged that the United States will cut net greenhouse gas emissions by 26-28 percent below 2005 levels...

11.13.2014 | BY GEORGE LOBSENZ

The operator of the Energy Department’s Sandia National Laboratories appears to have violated federal law, procurement regulations and its own contract by using taxpayer money to fund an elaborate lobbying campaign to persuade DOE brass not to put its...

11.12.2014 | BY JEFF BEATTIE

Ten years after the agency first received the analysis, a divided Nuclear Regulatory Commission decided last week to publicly release a draft report from a subcontractor that preliminarily concluded in 2003 that sub-sea landslides off the West Coast could...

11.11.2014 | BY GEORGE LOBSENZ

A federal appeals court Friday revived a high-profile whistleblower complaint filed against a key subcontractor working on the massive nuclear waste processing plant under construction at the Energy Department’s Hanford site, saying Walter Tamosaitis...

11.10.2014 | BY ERIC LINDEMAN

Honeywell has acknowledged mishandling and misreporting an October 26 release of uranium hexafluoride at its Metropolis, Ill., production plant, and the Nuclear Regulatory Commission Friday ordered the company to take corrective actions prior to restarting...

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...


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