Results tagged “United States”

  1. US National Academies panel skeptical about US Department of Energy's promotion of spent fuel reprocessing
  2. All HEU removed from the Kyoto University Critical Assembly
  3. Removal of HEU from three Japan's research facilities
  4. Fissile material programs in the US budgets for 2022 and 2023
  5. US to export HEU fuel for the BR2 reactor in Belgium
  6. United States removed plutonium from the IAEA laboratory
  7. United States secures HEU-free supply of Mo-99
  8. UK company requested five grams of HEU for radiation detectors
  9. 2020 civilian plutonium declarations submitted to the IAEA
  10. US DOE and NRC at odds with regard to prospects for commercial reprocessing in the US
  11. U.S. plutonium pit production: Key updates
  12. United States and Kazakhstan work to eliminate HEU fuel of research reactors
  13. U.S. and Norway will work together to downblend Norwegian HEU
  14. 2019 civilian plutonium and HEU declarations submitted to the IAEA
  15. Decommissioning the reprocessing plant in West Valley, New York
  16. U.S. to export small amount of HEU to Belgium for safeguards applications
  17. US study of reactor and fuel types to enable naval reactors to shift from HEU fuel
  18. Five controversial fissile-material-related items in the Department of Energy's FY2021 Budget Request
  19. United States to continue export of HEU for medical isotope production
  20. US debates its future needs for enriched uranium for military and other purposes
  21. U.S. plutonium pit production plans advance, with new requirements
  22. 2018 civilian plutonium and HEU declarations submitted to the IAEA
  23. Shipments of U.S. spent fuel to the Idaho National Laboratory
  24. Exports of U.S. civilian HEU
  25. U.S. shift away from HEU-fueled naval nuclear reactors could begin in the 2040s
  26. Transfer of HEU from the United Kingdom to the United States is completed
  27. Fissile material mysteries in the U.S. Department of Energy FY20 budget request
  28. NRC terminates construction authorization for the MOX Fuel Fabrication Facility
  29. High-assay low-enriched uranium (HALEU) production in the United States
  30. Silex Systems invests in the U.S. enrichment venture after all
  31. U.S. naval spent fuel shipped to the Idaho National Laboratory
  32. All HEU removed from Nigeria
  33. US plutonium pit production plans fail to satisfy Congress; further studies underway
  34. United States to export small amount of HEU to United Arab Emirates
  35. Areva's Eagle Rock Enrichment Facility license withdrawn
  36. One of U.S. HEU reactors, TREAT, restarted
  37. 2017 civilian plutonium declarations submitted to IAEA
  38. Pilot project to reprocess naval spent fuel at Idaho National Laboratory
  39. Silex pulls out of U.S. laser enrichment projects
  40. U.S. plutonium pit production and disposition plans face congressional scrutiny
  41. U.S. Department of Energy takes steps to halt construction of partially finished MOX plant at Savannah River Site
  42. American Centrifuge Lead Cascade Facility to be decommissioned
  43. Declaring more U.S. weapon-grade uranium excess could delay the need to build a new national enrichment plant
  44. Verifying North Korean nuclear disarmament
  45. Small amount of HEU from the United States to the United Kingdom
  46. Questions about projected U.S. plutonium pit production capability
  47. Fissile material issues in the U.S. National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2018
  48. 2016 civilian plutonium reports submitted to IAEA
  49. All HEU removed from the VVR-K reactor in Kazakhstan
  50. All HEU is removed from Ghana
  51. LEU fuel bank in Kazakhstan is inaugurated
  52. List of U.S. nuclear facilities declared to the IAEA under Additional Protocol
  53. WIPP facility receives first shipment since reopening
  54. U.S. Department of Energy seeks domestic enrichment capability
  55. U.S. to provide small amounts of HEU to Slovenia and South Korea
  56. United States to ship neptunium to Canada as part of Pu-238 production
  57. High Level FMCT Expert Preparatory Group begins its work
  58. More than twenty states commit to minimize HEU in civilian applications
  59. United States adds 500 warheads to dismantlement queue, outlines its nuclear security record
  60. United States asks IAEA to monitor dilute and dispose steps for 6 tons of plutonium
  61. U.S. Congress sustains MOX facility construction
  62. A plan to upgrade naval spent fuel handling facility at the Idaho National Laboratory
  63. Russia suspends cooperation agreement with the United States and ends reactor conversion work
  64. Russia suspends implementation of plutonium disposition agreement
  65. United States to prepare HEU shipment to Canada as part of a Mo-99 contingency plan
  66. All HEU fuel removed from Poland
  67. Disposition of plutonium in Waste Isolation Pilot Plant (WIPP)
  68. 2015 civilian plutonium reports submitted to IAEA
  69. National Academies report on production of molybdenum-99 for medical imaging
  70. By exporting HEU to Europe United States contradicts its own Nuclear Security Summit pledge
  71. U.S. reprocessing plant at the Savannah River Site resumed operations
  72. U.S. Office of Naval Reactors outlines $1 billion R&D plan for development of LEU fuel
  73. United States to provide a small amount of HEU to Japan
  74. United States to export HEU fuel for Belgium's BR-2 reactor
  75. GE-Hitachi to leave Silex joint venture
  76. Russia raises concerns about changes in U.S. plutonium disposition plan
  77. Questionable HEU exchange between United Kingdom and United States
  78. United States releases an update of its HEU inventory
  79. BR-2 reactor in Belgium switched fuel providers, but keeps HEU
  80. United States attempts to unblock fissile material treaty negotiations in the Conference on Disarmament
  81. Ongoing transfers of weapon materials between the United States and the United Kingdom
  82. Experts write to U.S. Secretary of Energy Moniz to support termination of the MOX project
  83. American Centrifuge Project shuts down
  84. United States brings plutonium from Germany, Switzerland, and Japan
  85. United States to discontinue construction of MOX Fuel Fabrication Facility
  86. U.S. National Academies report on reducing the use of HEU in research reactors
  87. Could the U.S. Waste Isolation Pilot Plant go critical if more plutonium were disposed in it?
  88. United States to dispose of 6 MT of weapon-grade plutonium in the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant
  89. IPFM Report "Alternatives to MOX" in Chinese
  90. 2014 civilian plutonium (and HEU) reports submitted to IAEA
  91. All HEU is removed from Uzbekistan
  92. Contractor's attempt to justify high cost of U.S. MOX program falls short
  93. GAO report evaluates U.S. efforts to secure vulnerable nuclear materials
  94. All HEU removed from Jamaica
  95. HEU Spent Fuel from Switzerland Arrives at Savannah River Site; May be Last Shipment from Switzerland
  96. U.S. Department of Energy shuts down American Centrifuge Plant at Piketon
  97. "Red Team" report confirms high cost of MOX option for disposal of U.S. excess plutonium
  98. United States grants advance consents rights to Korea for overseas reprocessing
  99. Independent review on escalating MOX plant costs and DOE reversal of MOX option for surplus plutonium
  100. United States has no preferred alternative for disposition of surplus plutonium
  101. U.S. Department of Energy set to restart last remaining U.S. reprocessing plant
  102. U.S. MOX report reveals major cost estimate increases
  103. U.S. president submits 123 Agreement with China to Congress
  104. Russia removed weapon-grade plutonium from Seversk
  105. Alternatives to MOX: a new report by the International Panel on Fissile Materials
  106. Another shipment of U.S. HEU to Canada is requested
  107. Two new reports raise fundamental questions on Savannah River MOX plant
  108. No research reactor fuel was shipped to the United States since 2012
  109. Savannah River MOX Plant secures 2015 funding but future of program remains in doubt
  110. United States to supply HEU for Belgian BR2 reactor
  111. U.S. MOX plant construction license extended
  112. Tokai-mura reprocessing plant head-end to be shut down
  113. No changes in U.S. civilian plutonium stock in 2013
  114. Russia and the United States continue to discuss conversion of research reactors
  115. United States prepares to restart TREAT reactor
  116. Fresh fuel of VVR-K critical assembly removed from Kazakhstan
  117. Some spent HEU fuel removed from Poland
  118. United States to send more HEU to Europe for medical isotope production
  119. Damning U.S. Department of Energy audit on cost and schedule overruns at the MOX Fabrication Facility at the Savannah River Site
  120. US NRC releases report on the use of HEU in research reactors
  121. United States updates information about its nuclear weapons stokpile
  122. United States opens to the possibility of using LEU in its future naval reactors
  123. Kazakhstan is working on conversion of IVG research reactor
  124. U.S. civilian plutonium holdings in December 2012
  125. HEU and plutonium removed from Belgium
  126. HEU and plutonium removed from Italy
  127. United States and Japan to remove plutonium and HEU from Fast Critical Assembly
  128. United States puts MOX Fuel Fabrication Facility on cold standby
  129. Possible changes in U.S. and Russian excess plutonium disposition programs
  130. Japan to return plutonium used in critical assembly to the United States
  131. Rising cost of the Uranium Processing Facility in the United States
  132. Last HEU-LEU program shipment to leave Russia
  133. All HEU removed from Hungary
  134. FOIA document indicates cost of disposal of U.S. plutonium as waste cheaper than MOX
  135. Shipments of research reactor fuel to the United States
  136. Transfer of Georgian HEU spent fuel from Dounreay to Savannah River Site
  137. United States to ship 7.5 kg of HEU to Canada
  138. United States to look for more efficient plutonium disposition options
  139. All highly-enriched uranium removed from Vietnam
  140. Progress in the US-Russian reactor conversion program
  141. United States continues HEU supply to Canada
  142. Enrichment plant in Paducah to close
  143. The cost of U.S. MOX plant reached $6.8 billion
  144. U.S. Department of Energy sets strategy for dealing with spent fuel
  145. All HEU removed from Austria
  146. United States declares its 2011 non-military plutonium stock
  147. United States begins shipments of plutonium from Savannah River to WIPP
  148. U.S. regulators issue license to GE-Hitachi for laser enrichment plant
  149. Russia and the United States to work on HEU removal
  150. Kazakhstan begins tests of LEU fuel for VVR-K reactor
  151. Unprecedented security breach at the key U.S. HEU storage facility
  152. U.S. Nuclear Weapons Council recommends deferral of the CMRR facility
  153. United States releases an update of its plutonium inventory
  154. Russia and the United States to work on reactor conversion
  155. U.S. administration announces steps to encourage production of Mo-99 without HEU
  156. United States looking to shut down last HEU pulsed reactor
  157. U.S. to supply LEU for Belgian BR2 research reactor
  158. U.S. reported to complete HEU shipment to France
  159. Sweden to export plutonium to the United States
  160. U.S. to supply HEU to European countries while they pursue conversion
  161. All HEU is removed from Mexico
  162. Vietnam to return spent fuel of research reactor in Dalat to Russia
  163. Russia and the United States completed conversion feasibility studies for two reactors
  164. North Korea agreed to suspend nuclear activities
  165. Blue Ribbon Commission released its final report
  166. H-Canyon to produce MOX feed from excess weapon plutonium
  167. Mongolia ends discussions of spent fuel storage
  168. Kazakhstan eliminates 33 kg of fresh HEU fuel
  169. United States produces MOX feed from weapon plutonium
  170. International Panel on Fissile Materials releases report on management of spent fuel from nuclear power reactors
  171. U.S. non-military plutonium in 2010
  172. GAO report on U.S. ability to account for its nuclear material overseas
  173. U.S. is working to remove nuclear material from Italy
  174. United States to remove HEU from Mexico
  175. Belarus suspends HEU removal talks with the United States
  176. United States announces details of the American Assured Fuel Supply
  177. U.S.-origin HEU spent fuel removed from South Africa
  178. Draft report of the Blue Ribbon Commission
  179. Details of the plan to store spent fuel in Mongolia
  180. Managing nuclear spent fuel: Policy lessons from a 10-country study
  181. U.S. court rules against suspension of CMRR plutonium facility
  182. Conflicting reports about spent fuel disposal in Mongolia
  183. Questions raised about safety of the U.S. MOX plant
  184. A U.S. court to hold hearings on CMRR plutonium facility at Los Alamos
  185. U.S. MOX program wanted relaxed security at the weapon-grade plutonium facility
  186. Tenex and USEC sign LEU supply contract, discuss enrichment facility in the U.S.
  187. U.S. plutonium disposition program: Uncertainties of the MOX route
  188. A bill to reduce use of HEU in Mo-99 production is introduced in the Senate
  189. Pakistan to block progress at the CD, citing Obama's support of India joining NSG
  190. U.S.-Russian 123 agreement enters into force
  191. NRC issues safety report for Savannah River MOX Fuel Fabrication Facility
  192. U.S. non-military plutonium in 2009
  193. U.S.-Russian 123 agreement on nuclear cooperation passes U.S. Congress
  194. IAEA approves NTI-supported fuel bank
  195. Belarus will remove all HEU by 2012
  196. U.S. attempts to remove spent research reactor fuel from Pakistan
  197. 85 kg of HEU removed from Belarus
  198. The 2009 HEU shipment from Libya detailed
  199. Spent HEU fuel removed from General Atomics facility
  200. Future supply of tritium for U.S. nuclear weapons in doubt
  201. United States and Russia request safeguards for their excess plutonium
  202. POGO report on U.S. highly-enriched uranium
  203. Rosatom may build an enrichment facility in the United States
  204. Los Alamos repackages Russian-origin plutonium-238
  205. United States and India sign an agreement on reprocessing
  206. Changes in U.S. Surplus Plutonium Disposition program
  207. Nuclear warhead dismantlement at Y-12 suspended over safety issues
  208. URENCO begins enrichment in the United States
  209. Video of handling of nuclear warheads at a NNSA facility
  210. U.S.-Russian Plutonium Management and Disposition Agreement
  211. U.S.-Russian 123 agreement on nuclear cooperation resubmitted to Congress
  212. MURR reactor to be converted to LEU fuel
  213. Update on shipments of research reactor fuel to the U.S.
  214. United States and Russia sign protocol to plutonium disposition agreement
  215. Canada to return HEU from Chalk River to the United States
  216. U.S. and Russia to finalize plutonium disposition agreement
  217. U.S. civilian plutonium in 2008
  218. USEC began operations of a lead cascade at American Centrifuge Plant
  219. U.S. to supply HEU for the High Flux Reactor in France
  220. A French documentary on nuclear waste
  221. United States to send HEU to France for Belgian BR2 reactor
  222. History and status of fast breeder reactor programs worldwide
  223. Shutdown schedule for Russia's last plutonium production reactor
  224. GTRI plans for FY2011
  225. U.S. assistance in securing fissile materials in Russia
  226. Tritium production and recovery in the United States in FY2011
  227. U.S. contribution to Russia's plutonium disposition program
  228. U.S. fissile material disposition programs in FY2011
  229. U.S. administration requests funds for nuclear weapons facilities
  230. NNSA nuclear warheads activity in FY2011
  231. NRC declined to restrict licensing of civilian use of HEU
  232. Blue Ribbon Commission will examine fuel cycle
  233. Two U.S. companies get grants to build domestic medical isotope production
  234. Shipments of spent fuel of research reactors to the U.S.
  235. Start-up of the Highly Enriched Uranium Materials Facility at Oak Ridge
  236. URENCO outlines expansion plans
  237. U.S. Navy plans for a new class of ballistic-missile submarines
  238. Ellen Tauscher outlines U.S. policies on nuclear fuel cycle
  239. Categorization of HEU fuel at Sandia
  240. Almost all HEU removed from Turkey
  241. Nuclear Fuel Services plant suspends production
  242. Refurbishing of nuclear warhead components in the U.S.
  243. Last HEU is removed from Libya
  244. Large discrepancy in amount of plutonium at shutdown French MOX plant
  245. GTRI announces reactor conversions, fuel removals
  246. NNSA announces conversion of research reactors
  247. Photos of trucks that transport nuclear materials and weapons components
  248. U.S. and Russian experts talk nuclear security at Angarsk
  249. Moscow summit yields little visible progress on nuclear cooperation
  250. Fresh HEU fuel removed from Romania
  251. Rosatom signs another fuel contract in U.S.
  252. Russia in talks about centrifuge plant in the U.S.?
  253. Russia will sell enrichment services directly to U.S. utilities
  254. U.S. removes spent HEU fuel from Australia
  255. Obama-Medvedev statement notes civil HEU minimization, 123 agreement
  256. Update on GTRI strategy and numbers
  257. The end of Yucca Mountain
  258. Russia will bring back spent fuel from research reactor in Romania
  259. Financing problems at the American Centrifuge Plant
  260. GLE begins licensing process
  261. U.S. Supreme Court rules that enriched uranium is "goods"
  262. NNSA releases plan for nuclear complex
  263. GTRI to bring gap material from Canada, South Africa
  264. U.S. withdraws 123 agreement with Russia from Congress
  265. USEC American Centrifuge Plant to cost $3.5 billion
  266. 123 agreement in danger
  267. MOX fuel controversy
  268. U.S. donates $50 million to fuel bank
  269. Areva signs contract to build MOX fuel fabrication facility
  270. Accelerated downblending: Domenici amendment
  271. U.S.-Russian agreement on nuclear cooperation
  272. AREVA will build an enrichment plant in Idaho
  273. GE-Hitachi plans to build a Silex plant in U.S.
  274. Russia may build a centrifuge plant in the U.S.?
  275. U.S.-Russian agreement on nuclear cooperation stalled
  276. Most sensitive nuclear material removed from Sandia
  277. Russia and the United States signed a uranium agreement
  278. U.S. and Russia to sign a uranium enrichment deal
  279. U.S.-Russian agreement on plutonium disposal
  280. U.S. removes nine tonnes of Pu from weapon stockpile