Juggling nuclear fuel issues gets trickier
- Iraq's nuclear fuel faces unstable future. MacKenzie, Deborah // New Scientist;6/19/93, Vol. 138 Issue 1878, p8
Reports on the debates prompted by Russian reprocessing of nuclear reactor fuel confiscated from Iraq. Background information; Accident at Tomsk facility; Risk of diversion into the international black market.
- Not fade away. Ross, Priscilla // International Power Generation;May99 Supplement, Vol. 22, p9
Focuses on issues related to the nuclear power market. Impact of the restructuring of electricity markets on nuclear plants; Contents of the Uranium Institute report on the global nuclear fuel market; Effect of economic turbulence in East Asia on the market; Impact of the nuclear industry on...
- Soviet bloc nuclear industry to be revamped by BNFL. // Engineer (00137758);8/9/2002, Vol. 291 Issue 7609, p21
Reports that Great Britain has awarded BNFL Inc. with a contract to revamp the nuclear industries of former Soviet republics. Terms of the deal; Amount allocated to the project; Technical support to nuclear plant managers.
- Double setback for BNFL business. // Professional Engineering;05/24/2000, Vol. 13 Issue 10, p5
Reports on two events that are considered setbacks to British Nuclear Fuels. European Union environment commissioner's public criticism of the company over falsification of data; Possibility of losing British Energy, a customer for the reprocessing of spent nuclear fuel.
- BNFL's faces contract loss. // Professional Engineering;03/22/2000, Vol. 13 Issue 6, p7
Focuses on the status of British Nuclear Fuels' (BNFL) contracts with German firms. German companies' plan to end contracts with BNFL for reprocessing spent uranium fuel; Nuclear Installations Inspectorate's reports on the management of BNFL; Financial support for an atomic energy counsellor in...
- AREVA in the Carolinas. // Business North Carolina;Nov2014 Supplement, Vol. 34, p21
The article global energy company AREVA Inc.'s expansion in the North American nuclear energy market by constructing a new manufacturing facility in Kernersville, North Carolina, with the facility planning to manufacture dry storage containers for used nuclear fuel.
- BNFL admits problem. // Professional Engineering;01/12/2000, Vol. 13 Issue 1, p9
Reports on the admission of the British Nuclear Fuels that its falsification of quality control data by employees producing fuel has negatively affected its profits and customers' confidence in Great Britain. Effect of the falsification on the safety of the mixed oxide (mox) fuel made at its...
- BNFL considers `the unthinkable'. // Professional Engineering;04/05/2000, Vol. 13 Issue 7, p7
Focuses on developments related to Great Britain-based nuclear fuel reprocessing company British Nuclear Fuels as of April 5, 2000. Company's plan to end its nuclear fuel reprocessing operations.
- Nuclear liabilities in a spin. Milne, Roger // Utility Week;6/14/2002, Vol. 17 Issue 24, p9
Reports on the deterioration of the profitability of the core reprocessing operation at British Nuclear Fuel (BNFL) according to a report, as of June 2002. Economic justification issue for the continued operation of the Magnox power stations of BNFL; Writer of the report; Central to the...