10.07.2017_No135 / News in Brief

Nuclear Scientists Say Leaving Euratom Could Have ‘Devastating Impact’

10 Jul (NucNet): Leaving the Euratom agency that oversees nuclear safety in Europe will cause widespread confusion and have a potentially devastating impact on the nuclear energy industry in the UK, experts have warned.

10.07.2017_No135 / News in Brief

Assystem Confirms Agreement To Buy 5% Stake In New Areva NP

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10.07.2017_No135 / News in Brief

UAE’s Barakah Nuclear Station More Than 80% Complete, Says Enec

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10.07.2017_No135 / News in Brief

French Regulator Begins Public Consultation Into Flamanville-3 RPV Anomalies

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10.07.2017_No135 / News in Brief

Nuclear Technique Helps Dominican Republic Eradicate Insect Pest

07.07.2017_No134 / News in Brief

European Nuclear Society Appoints Fernando Naredo New Secretary-General

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07.07.2017_No134 / News in Brief

Hackers Are Targeting US Nuclear Operators, Say Media Reports

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07.07.2017_No134 / News in Brief

China Discovers ‘Large’ Uranium Deposit In Songliao Basin

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07.07.2017_No134 / News in Brief

Scientists And Environmentalists Urge South Korea To Reconsider Nuclear Phaseout

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French Ecology Minister Says Target Of 50% Nuclear Share Will Remain

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07.07.2017_No134 / News in Brief

IRSN ‘Satisfied’ With Proposal For French Deep Geological Disposal Facility

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07.07.2017_No27 / World Nuclear Review

NAO Report And EDF Cost Revisions Reignite Debate On Hinkley Point C

7 Jul (NucNet): The recent announcement by French state-controlled utility EDF that it has added £1.5bn (€1.7bn, $1.9bn) to its estimated costs for two new reactors at Hinkley Point C, led to questions about whether the government should rethink the project, with some politicians calling for it to be abandoned.

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06.07.2017_No133 / News in Brief

NAO Report And EDF Cost Revisions Reignite Debate On Hinkley Point C

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University Announces Landmark For UK Nuclear Waste Disposal Research

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WANO Considers Opening Representative Office In Shanghai

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Hot Function Tests Completed At China’s Sanmen-1 AP1000

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MOX Fuel Shipment For Japan’s Kansai Electric Left France, Says Areva

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06.07.2017_No133 / News in Brief

IAEA’s Amano Praises Progress At Bangladesh’s Rooppur Nuclear Station

06.07.2017_No12 / Insider

NAO Report And EDF Cost Revisions Reignite Debate On Hinkley Point C

6 Jul (NucNet): The announcement by French state-controlled utility EDF that it has added £1.5bn (€1.7bn, $1.9bn) to its estimated costs for two new reactors at Hinkley Point C, has led to questions about whether the government should rethink the project, with some politicians calling for it to be abandoned.

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05.07.2017_No132 / News in Brief

Russia And Vietnam Sign Agreement On Nuclear Research Centre

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