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Load factors to end September 2004
22 December, 2004

Timbers 'terminated' from USEC
22 December, 2004

A hostile workplace
21 December, 2004
Maintenance and decommissioning tasks are frequently carried out in areas where human access is either very limited or completely prohibited. By Wilhelm Bazlen

History as prelude: the outlook for uranium
21 December, 2004
We are currently entering a new phase in the uranium market, facing the first major change in market fundamentals in two decades, one with challenging implications for fuel production and utility procurement. It is not an understatement to say that we have failed to prepare for these changes. By Thomas L Neff

Europe censures France, threatens Britain
21 December, 2004

EU engages with Russia, Ukraine
21 December, 2004

$12 billion merger of Exelon and PSEG
21 December, 2004

USA calls for release of uranium agreement
17 December, 2004

UK asked to come clean on waste
17 December, 2004

Substitution approved for Sellafield wastes
16 December, 2004

Bruce Power applies to restart two nuclear units
15 December, 2004

Calling for collaboration
14 December, 2004
Nils Diaz of the NRC opened the 2004 American Nuclear Society Winter Meeting with a call for greater collaboration among nuclear regulators from around the world. By Thecla Fabian

The debate is won
13 December, 2004
The first of Foratom’s biannual European Nuclear Assembly meetings was held on 25-26 November 2004. Its subtitle, ‘Nuclear energy: An essential option for Europe’, gave a clue as to what conclusion the meeting would reach.

Barsebäck battle
13 December, 2004

British Energy losses swell
13 December, 2004

Sam Bodman to head DoE
13 December, 2004

Selecting solutions
12 December, 2004
The Krsko plant is shared between Croatia and Slovenia – as is the responsibility for decommissioning and spent fuel management. An intergovernmental body examined the possible costs of handling these tasks so that an adequate joint fund could be created. By Nadja Zeleznik, Irena Mele, Tilen Jenko, Vladimir Lokner, Ivica Levanat and Andrea Rapic

Increasing depletion
10 December, 2004
The FRM-II research reactor was designed during the 1980s to use fuel enriched to 90% U-235. By 2010, a new fuel element must be designed that can give the same high performance at only 50% U-235. By Anton Röhrmoser, Winfried Petry, Klaus Böning and Nico Wieschalla

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