Archive: Civilian nuclear industry

  1. High-assay low-enriched uranium (HALEU) production in the United States
  2. Silex Systems invests in the U.S. enrichment venture after all
  3. IAEA buys uranium for the fuel bank in Kazakhstan
  4. Sellafield's THORP reprocessing plant shut down
  5. Areva's Eagle Rock Enrichment Facility license withdrawn
  6. India's prototype breeder reactor delayed until at least 2019
  7. 2017 civilian plutonium declarations submitted to IAEA
  8. France believes reprocessing plant in China will begin operations in 2030
  9. Brazil adds centrifuges to its enrichment plant
  10. Japan's new policy on its plutonium stockpile
  11. Status of plutonium management in Japan in 2017
  12. France and China continue to discuss reprocessing plant
  13. Japan approves a plan to decommission Tokai-mura reprocessing plant
  14. Silex pulls out of U.S. laser enrichment projects
  15. Second pilot reprocessing line in Zheleznogorsk
  16. Test run of a new reprocessing plant in Zheleznogorsk
  17. American Centrifuge Lead Cascade Facility to be decommissioned
  18. China adds new enrichment facility at the Hanzhong plant
  19. Diverging recommendations on Sweden's spent nuclear fuel repository
  20. China and France continue negotiations on reprocessing facility
  21. China begins construction of a pilot fast breeder reactor
  22. Rokkasho plant will not start until 2021
  23. More delays in India's breeder reactor program
  24. 2016 civilian plutonium reports submitted to IAEA
  25. Nuclear Safeguards Bill introduced to UK parliament
  26. British pledge to go it alone on safeguards implementation
  27. LEU fuel bank in Kazakhstan is inaugurated
  28. United Kingdom discusses implications of its departure from Euratom treaty
  29. List of U.S. nuclear facilities declared to the IAEA under Additional Protocol
  30. Status of plutonium management in Japan in 2016
  31. Unprecedented evidence of eroded safety culture at La Hague plutonium facility
  32. United Kingdom takes ownership of some Spanish and German plutonium
  33. Georges Besse II enrichment plant reached full capacity
  34. Sellafield's Evaporator D Project - A Lesson for La Hague?
  35. Reprocessing plant at Mayak to begin reprocessing of VVER-1000 fuel
  36. Department of Energy to sell depleted uranium to Global Laser Enrichment
  37. Russia may supply uranium enrichment technology to India
  38. 2015 civilian plutonium reports submitted to IAEA
  39. Japan releases 2015 report on plutonium management
  40. World Nuclear Industry Status Report 2016 released
  41. Brazil to export enriched uranium from Resende to Argentina
  42. United States to supply small amount of HEU to China
  43. Proliferation assessment of third generation laser uranium enrichment technology
  44. Use of plutonium in MOX in the European Union
  45. IAEA fuel bank in Kazakhstan is set to open in September 2017
  46. GE-Hitachi to leave Silex joint venture
  47. American Centrifuge Project shuts down
  48. IPFM Report "Plutonium Separation in Nuclear Power Programs" in Chinese
  49. Argentina inaugurates its Pilcaniyeu enrichment plant (again)
  50. Another delay for the Rokkasho reprocessing plant
  51. Sellafield's ageing THORP plant flunks major foreign fuel reprocessing target
  52. Chinese scholars express concern about Japan's fissile materials
  53. 2014 civilian plutonium (and HEU) reports submitted to IAEA
  54. Russia launches commercial MOX fuel fabrication facility
  55. U.S. Department of Energy shuts down American Centrifuge Plant at Piketon
  56. India announces plans for starting construction of fast reactor fuel reprocessing plant
  57. Kazakhstan and IAEA sign agreement to set up LEU fuel bank
  58. Plutonium disposition in the United Kingdom - Immobilization option re-opened?
  59. Areva continues negotiations to build reprocessing plant in China
  60. United States grants advance consents rights to Korea for overseas reprocessing
  61. Advisory group recommends building dry storage facility in South Korea
  62. IAEA approves the LEU bank in Kazakhstan
  63. Kazakhstan approves an agreement with IAEA to create an LEU reserve
  64. U.S. president submits 123 Agreement with China to Congress
  65. Russia considers postponing construction of the BN-1200 breeder reactor
  66. Alternatives to MOX: a new report by the International Panel on Fissile Materials
  67. Taiwan spent fuel reprocessing tender process suspended
  68. Taiwan tenders spent fuel reprocessing contract
  69. Argentina announced restart of the Pilcaniyeu enrichment plant
  70. Launch of the Rokkasho reprocessing plant is delayed again
  71. Ukraine begins construction of centralized spent fuel storage
  72. Japan submitted its 2013 plutonium report to IAEA
  73. Tokai-mura reprocessing plant head-end to be shut down
  74. Russia's 2013 civilian plutonium declaration
  75. Japan's 2013 plutonium report
  76. Germany's 2013 report on civilian plutonium and HEU
  77. UK civilian plutonium and uranium stocks in 2013
  78. China has not separated any plutonium in 2013
  79. French civilian plutonium and HEU in 2013
  80. India delays launch of PFBR breeder reactor until March 2015
  81. 1,000 tonnes of THORP contracts abandoned since 1994
  82. Euratom safeguards in 2013
  83. UK decision to take over foreign plutonium raises safeguards questions
  84. Dutch reactor operating with MOX fuel for the first time
  85. Russian BN-800 breeder has reached criticality
  86. MOX fuel in Japan: Summary of shipments, use, and storage
  87. An error in Japan's civilian plutonium declarations
  88. Russia reports its 2012 civilian plutonium stock
  89. Japanese-French fast breeder cooperation
  90. Switzerland declares its 2013 plutonium stock
  91. U.S. civilian plutonium holdings in December 2012
  92. New agreement signed to advance Areva reprocessing project in China
  93. Sweden wants to transfer ownership of 834 kg of separated plutonium to the United Kingdom
  94. GLE will apply for license to build laser enrichment facility in Paducah
  95. China calls on Japan to return weapons grade plutonium to the United States
  96. U.K. plutonium re-use policy slammed in House of Commons report
  97. Nuclear train accident in Britain latest of a recent series
  98. United Kingdom remains undecided on plutonium reuse options
  99. Rokkasho reprocessing plant expects to begin operations in October 2014
  100. Japanese breeder Monju control room computer hacked
  101. Russia to return nuclear-powered container ship to service
  102. Consortium established to build European fast reactor demonstrator
  103. Last HEU-LEU program shipment to leave Russia
  104. Areva to produce MOX fuel for the Netherlands
  105. Japan reports its 2012 plutonium stock to IAEA
  106. China's 2012 civilian plutonium declaration
  107. Russia to supply HEU fuel for French research reactor
  108. China is building an indigenous enrichment facility in Hanzhong
  109. Japan's 2012 plutonium management report
  110. France declares its 2012 stocks of civilian plutonium and HEU
  111. Roadmap for ending plutonium separation in Japan
  112. Germany's 2012 civilian plutonium and HEU declaration
  113. China's centrifuges produced first enriched uranium
  114. United Kingdom declares its 2012 civilian plutonium and HEU stocks
  115. Lessons learned from Sellafield MOX Plant
  116. Switzerland's 2012 plutonium holdings
  117. Enrichment plant in Paducah to close
  118. Japan's nuclear regulator to suspend Monju reactor
  119. Areva to build reprocessing plant in China
  120. Rokkasho reprocessing plant unlikely to start before 2014
  121. Civilian plutonium swap increased the amount of UK owned plutonium
  122. Areva launches commercial production at Georges Besse II North enrichment plant
  123. U.S. Department of Energy sets strategy for dealing with spent fuel
  124. Russia declares its 2011 civilian plutonium holdings
  125. Civilian plutonium in Belgium in 2011
  126. United States declares its 2011 non-military plutonium stock
  127. Russia launches HEU production line
  128. Germany declares its 2011 plutonium and HEU stocks
  129. Japan's 2011 civilian plutonium declaration
  130. No changes in China's civilian plutonium in 2011
  131. U.S. regulators issue license to GE-Hitachi for laser enrichment plant
  132. UK civilian plutonium and HEU stocks in 2011
  133. French civilian plutonium and HEU stocks in 2011
  134. Switzerland declares civilian plutonium holdings for 2011
  135. United Kingdom takes ownership of German plutonium in title swap
  136. United Kingdom to explore alternatives to use of MOX in light-water reactors
  137. U.K. Nuclear Decommissioning Authority publishes oxide fuel strategy
  138. Georges Besse enrichment plant ceases production
  139. Kazakhstan offers Ulba as a site for IAEA fuel bank
  140. United Kingdom to look at alternatives to MOX
  141. India's prototype fast breeder reactor (PFBR) to go critical early 2013
  142. Another malfunction at the Rokkasho reprocessing plant
  143. Blue Ribbon Commission released its final report
  144. Russia commissions dry storage facility in Zheleznogorsk
  145. Japan starts operating new centrifuges
  146. Japanese mislead about spent fuel reprocessing costs
  147. Belgian-Chinese MOX deal is put on hold
  148. United Kingdom plans to convert its civilian plutonium to MOX
  149. Some details of India's nuclear program
  150. Russia's civilian plutonium in 2010
  151. Mongolia ends discussions of spent fuel storage
  152. Japan's civilian plutonium holdings in 2010
  153. Belgium declares is 2010 plutonium holdings
  154. France declares its 2010 civilian plutonium and HEU stocks
  155. International Panel on Fissile Materials releases report on management of spent fuel from nuclear power reactors
  156. Switzerland's civilian plutonium in 2010
  157. U.S. non-military plutonium in 2010
  158. United States announces details of the American Assured Fuel Supply
  159. Closure of Sellafield MOX Plant Announced
  160. High-level waste shipments from Sellafield to Japan continue
  161. Draft report of the Blue Ribbon Commission
  162. New Nuclear Suppliers Group guidelines for the export of sensitive technologies
  163. China's experimental fast reactor connected to the grid
  164. Details of the plan to store spent fuel in Mongolia
  165. Japan considers shutting down Monju fast-breeder reactor
  166. Germany plutonium and HEU stocks in 2010
  167. China declares first separated civilian plutonium
  168. United Kingdom declares civilian plutonium and HEU holdings in 2010
  169. Power outage damaged six centrifuges at USEC plant
  170. Conflicting reports about spent fuel disposal in Mongolia
  171. Russia begins shipments of Mo-99 to Iran
  172. Questions raised about safety of the U.S. MOX plant
  173. Rosatom confirms it will not bring foreign-origin spent fuel to Russia
  174. U.S. MOX program wanted relaxed security at the weapon-grade plutonium facility
  175. New Russian-built enrichment plant in China begins operations
  176. Tenex and USEC sign LEU supply contract, discuss enrichment facility in the U.S.
  177. Fire in the spent fuel pool of Unit 4 at Fukushima-I
  178. U.S. plutonium disposition program: Uncertainties of the MOX route
  179. Sellafield radioactive discharges: Breach of international convention in normal operation
  180. Japan shuts down last centrifuge cascade in Rokkasho
  181. Sellafield Product & Residue Store received first batch of plutonium
  182. Plutonium to MOX: "Repeating Mistakes of the Past"
  183. UK Separated Plutonium Management - A New Sellafield MOX Plant?
  184. South Africa considers joining the Angarsk center
  185. Reprocessing in China: Separating fact from fiction
  186. U.S.-Russian 123 agreement enters into force
  187. China declared no civilian plutonium in 2008 and 2009
  188. India starts new unsafeguarded reprocessing plant
  189. Cadarache: Waste drums with plutonium content way off-limit
  190. NRC issues safety report for Savannah River MOX Fuel Fabrication Facility
  191. U.S. non-military plutonium in 2009
  192. Successful hot test of China's pilot reprocessing plant
  193. Monju reactor is unlikely to start until 2014
  194. Areva inaugurates the Georges Besse II enrichment plant
  195. U.S.-Russian 123 agreement on nuclear cooperation passes U.S. Congress
  196. IAEA approves NTI-supported fuel bank
  197. Russia created nuclear fuel reserve
  198. Further delay for India's breeder reactor
  199. Spent fuel of the BN-350 reactor moved to secure storage
  200. Germany declared its 2009 plutonium and HEU holdings
  201. Japanese utilities increase their stake in Georges Besse II enrichment plant
  202. Mongolia to join the International Uranium Enrichment Center
  203. Argentina reopens its Pilcaniyeu uranium enrichment plant
  204. China is believed to operate indigenous enrichment plant
  205. Future supply of tritium for U.S. nuclear weapons in doubt
  206. Belgium authorities and French GDF-Suez set for MOX fuel technology transfer to China
  207. Japan's civilian plutonium stock as of December 2009
  208. Ukraine is a full member of the International Uranium Enrichment Center
  209. Russia will build enrichment plant in China ahead of schedule
  210. Belgium declares its 2009 civilian plutonium stock
  211. Rokkasho plant extracted no plutonium in 2009
  212. Less than 4% of French nuclear fuel "recycled", NGOs calculate
  213. Fuel "recycling" a myth, a French report involuntarily demonstrates
  214. Report: Long-term plans to develop an FBR based plutonium economy in France is not demonstrated
  215. France: Official plan admits problems with management of uranium and plutonium
  216. France's 2009 declaration of civilian plutonium and HEU
  217. Accident at the Monju fast breeder reactor
  218. Another delay for Rokkasho reprocessing plant
  219. Rosatom set to manufacture MOX fuel at Zheleznogorsk
  220. Rosatom may build an enrichment facility in the United States
  221. Third reactor in Japan to use MOX fuel
  222. Los Alamos repackages Russian-origin plutonium-238
  223. United Kingdom's declaration of civilian plutonium and HEU in 2009
  224. Russia's civilian plutonium in 2009
  225. United States and India sign an agreement on reprocessing
  226. China's experimental fast reactor went critical
  227. URENCO begins enrichment in the United States
  228. BN-600 license may be extended to 2025
  229. Plans to expand enrichment at Angarsk put on hold
  230. It's time to give up on breeder reactors
  231. End of reprocessed uranium exports to Russia?
  232. Switzerland's civilian plutonium in 2009
  233. U.K. opens storage facility at Sellafield
  234. U.S.-Russian 123 agreement on nuclear cooperation resubmitted to Congress
  235. Japanese fast breeder reactor Monju restarted after 14-year shutdown
  236. Japanese daily Asahi slams breeder reactors
  237. UK begins return of high-level waste to foreign customers amid uncertainty about its own plutonium
  238. BN-600 fast reactor to operate until 2020
  239. AREVA signs MOX fuel fabrication contract with Japanese utility
  240. IAEA and Russia signed a fuel bank agreement
  241. U.S. civilian plutonium in 2008
  242. USEC began operations of a lead cascade at American Centrifuge Plant
  243. Japan outlines plans for use of plutonium in its 2010 research program
  244. Status of Japan's MOX fuel program
  245. A French documentary on nuclear waste
  246. Poor safety record at Sellafield plutonium facilities
  247. History and status of fast breeder reactor programs worldwide
  248. India's first fast breeder reactor delayed
  249. Civilian plutonium stocks in France 1994-2008
  250. Tritium production and recovery in the United States in FY2011
  251. Blue Ribbon Commission will examine fuel cycle
  252. URENCO outlines expansion plans
  253. Uranium gas leak at enrichment facility in Germany
  254. BN-800 expected to begin operations in 2014
  255. Improvements of the MPC&A system at Mayak
  256. Ellen Tauscher outlines U.S. policies on nuclear fuel cycle
  257. Nuclear cooperation agreement between France and India enters into force
  258. Ukraine is finally joining the Angarsk center
  259. French Prime Minister offers reprocessing technology to China
  260. Repair work completed on waste disposal site at La Hague
  261. French nuclear cooperation with India to cover reprocessing
  262. IAEA approves Russian fuel bank proposal
  263. Large discrepancy in amount of plutonium at shutdown French MOX plant
  264. Euratom Supply Agency 2008 annual report details use of plutonium
  265. Expansion of enrichment capacity in Angarsk
  266. Moscow summit yields little visible progress on nuclear cooperation
  267. Rosatom signs another fuel contract in U.S.
  268. Russia in talks about centrifuge plant in the U.S.?
  269. Russia will sell enrichment services directly to U.S. utilities
  270. Russia ships centrifuges to China
  271. Obama-Medvedev statement notes civil HEU minimization, 123 agreement
  272. Kuwait pledges 10 million to NTI fuel bank
  273. IAEA approves India's additional protocol
  274. The end of Yucca Mountain
  275. Ukraine signs fuel supply contract with TVEL
  276. Iran says it's still interested in Angarsk IUEC
  277. Rosatom floating reactors plans
  278. IAEA reports on Iran and Syria
  279. Russia signs nuclear agreement with Mongolia
  280. Cooperation on shared nuclear waste repository in Europe
  281. Launch of Rokkasho plant delayed
  282. TVEL will supply fuel pellets to India
  283. Ukraine is joining Angarsk center
  284. Areva to supply reactors, fuel, and uranium to India
  285. Financing problems at the American Centrifuge Plant
  286. GLE begins licensing process
  287. Bushehr start date is uncertain
  288. Areva to supply enrichment services to EdF
  289. Large spent fuel repository planned for Krasnoyarsk region
  290. India signs safeguards agreement
  291. MOX fuel shipment to Japan prepared
  292. U.S. Supreme Court rules that enriched uranium is "goods"
  293. Enrichment plant in Resende to begin operations
  294. U.S. withdraws 123 agreement with Russia from Congress
  295. NSG approves nuclear trade with India
  296. Bushehr reactor will not start in 2008
  297. Rosatom plans for Zheleznogorsk
  298. USEC American Centrifuge Plant to cost $3.5 billion
  299. Construction of spent fuel storage facility in Zheleznogorsk to resume
  300. 123 agreement in danger
  301. No centrifuge safeguards in Angarsk
  302. Rosatom took control over nuclear icebreakers
  303. Ukraine considers fuel fabrication
  304. UAE supports NTI fuel bank
  305. MOX fuel controversy
  306. U.S. donates $50 million to fuel bank
  307. Massive subsidy to Rosatom
  308. Mayak plans expansion of reprocessing
  309. Mayak wants to build a MOX fabrication plant
  310. Kudankulam fuel shipments completed
  311. Cameco joins the Silex project
  312. Areva signs contract to build MOX fuel fabrication facility
  313. Russia and China sign enrichment deal
  314. Accelerated downblending: Domenici amendment
  315. U.S.-Russian agreement on nuclear cooperation
  316. AREVA will build an enrichment plant in Idaho
  317. GE-Hitachi plans to build a Silex plant in U.S.
  318. Failure of GNEP strategy
  319. Japan is cautious about Angarsk
  320. Ukraine fuel supply between TVEL and Westinghouse
  321. Ukraine is holding back its spent fuel due to raising cost
  322. Russia will continue supplying centrifuges to China
  323. Russia may build a centrifuge plant in the U.S.?
  324. Ukraine tries to diversify fuel supply
  325. U.S.-Russian agreement on nuclear cooperation stalled
  326. Norway pledges $5 million to a fuel bank
  327. Russian-Indian agreement on Kudankulam
  328. Armenia joins Angarsk center
  329. Angarsk will be under IAEA safeguards
  330. Russia and the United States signed a uranium agreement
  331. Ukraine to create fuel reserve
  332. U.S. and Russia to sign a uranium enrichment deal
  333. Russia delivers fuel for the Bushehr plant in Iran
  334. Ukraine is building spent fuel storage facility
  335. Russia raises the cost of spent fuel takeback
  336. Price of Russian fuel for Ukraine
  337. China wants reprocessing technology from France
  338. Russia begins shipment of fuel to Iran
  339. U.S.-Russian agreement on plutonium disposal