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Bannerman open to offers despite Hanlong bid

Located in: Corporate

11 July 2011

Bannerman Resources is continuing joint venture discussions with third parties to develop the Etango uranium project in Namibia after receiving a "highly conditional" acquisition proposal from China's Hanlong Mining Investment.

Fukushima cover takes shape

Located in: Regulation and Safety

08 July 2011

Fukushima Daiichi 1 cover - trial (Tepco)Trial assembly of the structure to cover the damaged reactor building of Fukushima Daiichi 1 is taking place on site. The new building should be finally installed and commissioned by the end of September.

Fukushima water cleanup in action

Located in: Corporate

07 July 2011

Fukushima water intake plates (Tepco)While a centralized radioactive water treatment facility starts to make headway in cleaning up highly contaminated water, work to install defences to prevent the contamination of the sea has been completed at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant.

Ten more years for French reactor

Located in: Regulation and Safety

05 July 2011

Fessenheim (EDF)France's nuclear regulator has given a conditional go-ahead for a further 10 years of operation at the country's oldest operating nuclear power reactor, Fessenheim unit 1.

Britain to return as ‘serious nuclear nation’

Located in: Nuclear Policies

05 July 2011

The UK government remains absolutely committed to new nuclear power. Without it the nation would be "darker and less prosperous," said the energy minister.

Mayoral blessing for Japanese restart

Located in: Industry Talk

04 July 2011

The mayor of Genkai in southwestern Japan, Hideo Kishimoto, has given his approval to the restart of Kyushu Electric Power Company's Genkai units 2 and 3. The units were off line for periodic inspections at the time of the 11 March earthquake and tsunami that crippled the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant, and their restart has been postponed. Units 1 and 4 at the plant were not in outage at the time of the earthquake and have continued to operate. Some 20 of Japan's 54 nuclear reactors were off line for planned maintenance as of 11 March and have not yet been allowed to restart. Japan's economy, trade and industry minister Banri Kaieda recently highlighted the need for Japanese prefectural governors to allow such plants to resume operations. A restart of the Genkai units will require the agreement of the governor of Saga Prefecture, Yasushi Furukawa. If permission is granted, the two Genkai units would be the first Japanese reactors to restart following the 11 March natural disasters.

Nuclear builders place their bids

Located in: New Nuclear

04 July 2011

Pyhajoki EPR (Fennovoima)Fennovoima has invited Areva and Toshiba to bid for the construction of a new nuclear power plant in Finland. Meanwhile, Jordan has received three offers from would-be builders of its first nuclear power plant.

Salem licence extension

Located in: Regulation and Safety

01 July 2011

Nuclear power generation at the Salem plant in New Jersey has been licensed to continue until April 2040 by US safety authorities.

Structure emerging for standard AP1000s

Located in: New Nuclear

29 June 2011

British nuclear safety authorities have lifted the 'regulatory issue' status from their questions regarding the construction methods of Westinghouse's AP1000. Meanwhile, the company wants regional versions of the power plant to be as similar as possible.

Sarkozy supports nuclear with €1 billion pledge

Located in: Nuclear Policies

28 June 2011

Sarkozy 27 June 2011 (Image: P Segrette)French President Nicolas Sarkozy has confirmed plans to invest €1 billion ($1.4 billion) in future nuclear programs including fourth generation reactor research.


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