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Lloyd's Register to support Korean nuclear safety
06 November, 2013
UK-based Lloyd's Register has won a $10.6 million contract to support the South Korean nuclear industry's commitment to best-practice, safety and risk management.

IAEA: Nuclear power to grow by at least 17% by 2030
27 September, 2013
The world's nuclear power generating capacity is expected to grow from 373 GWe today to at least 435 GWe in 2030, according to the latest low-case projection from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). In the high case, installed capacity could almost double by 2030, reaching 722GW.

Dounreay shaft contract for Oxford Technologies
26 September, 2013
Remote handling company, Oxford Technologies Ltd has been awarded a £4.3 million ($7 million) contract by Dounreay Site Restoration Ltd (DSRL) to design, build, install and commission a remotely controlled Intervention Platform which will facilitate the retrieval of waste from the Dounreay Shaft and Stub tunnel complex.

DOE proposes new approach for Hanford cleanup
25 September, 2013
The US Department of Energy (DOE) has proposed a new 'phased-approach' for clean-up of the Hanford site in Washington state. The site, which is currently storing 56 million gallons of chemic and radioactive waste, was used for plutonium production during World War II and the Cold War.

Ageing nuclear plants represent an ongoing challenge: IAEA report
17 July, 2013

Tender: NRC risk-informed regulation research, USA (Deadline: 16 August 2013)
09 July, 2013
The objective of this scoping study is to better assess the feasibility and potential value of advanced knowledge engineering tools, i.e., Content Analytics (principally existing software programs, but also including broad technologies) in supporting risk-informed decision making at the NRC.

Sellafield: a ‘mixed’ year, UK operator reports
26 June, 2013
The UK government body in charge of fuel cycle operations and cleanup of the Sellafield nuclear site has admitted that performance has been mixed, it said in its annual report published in late June.

'Very low' threat from UK nuclear plants says Irish radiation protection body
22 May, 2013

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