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US, Canadian supply chain organizations team up


19 July 2016

OCI-USNIC MOU - 48US and Canadian nuclear supply chain organisations have signed a memorandum of understanding on cooperation. The US Nuclear Infrastructure Council and the Organization of Canadian Nuclear Industries will investigate projects in which their members can collaborate.

Iran and Bulgaria discuss nuclear cooperation

Nuclear Policies

12 July 2016

Boiko_Borisov_Eshaq_Jahangiri_(Bulgarian_Gvt)-48Iran and Bulgaria have agreed to exchange experience in nuclear energy, Bulgaria's cabinet of ministers announced yesterday, following a meeting in Tehran between Bulgarian energy minister Temenuzhka Petkova and deputy prime minister Tomislav Donchev with Ali Akbar Salehi, head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran.

Japan Atomic Power Company to assist UK new build project


07 July 2016

JAPC-Horizon July 2016 - 48Horizon Nuclear Power, the Japan Atomic Power Company and Hitachi have signed a technical services contract for the proposed Wylfa Newydd nuclear power plant in North Wales. JAPC is to support Horizon in areas including construction costing, licensing, and planning for commissioning.

Kazakh-Chinese talks build on cooperation agreements


18 July 2016

The heads of Kazakh uranium producer KazAtomProm and China's CITIC Group have met to discuss attracting investment to the Central Asian country's nuclear energy sector. Askar Zhumagaliyev and Chang Zhenming met as part of the working visit to China of Kazakhstan's first deputy prime minister, Bakytzhan Sagintayev.

Wiluna traditional owners sign agreement

Uranium and Fuel

07 July 2016

V_Guthrie_K_Patch_and_others_(Toro)-48Toro Energy has signed a mining agreement with the Wiluna People, the traditional owners of land including uranium deposits the company proposes to mine as part of the Wiluna project in Western Australia.

China and Argentina reaffirm reactor agreement

New Nuclear

01 July 2016

Argentina-China MOU June 2016 - 48China and Argentina have signed a memorandum of understanding reaffirming their plans to construct two new nuclear power reactors in the Latin American country with financing from Chinese banks. Construction of Argentina's fourth reactor is to start early next year.