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Nuclear industry pays respects to EDF victim of Paris attacks

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16 November 2015

Juan Alberto Gonzalez Garrido 94x48Juan Alberto González Garrido, a project manager with EDF, was among the 129 people killed in the attacks in the French capital on 13 November. Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy announced the death of the 29-year-old engineer from Granada, who had been living in Paris for two years.

KazAtomProm to establish trading arm and treble economic value added


19 October 2015

KazAtomProm executives announce strategic changes - 48KazAtomProm says it plans to follow the example of other major uranium mining companies and create a trading subsidiary. The world's biggest uranium producer announced the plan as part of its "transformation" strategy.

Facility expansion broadens Tecnatom's capabilities


08 October 2015

Tecnatom opens plant extension - 48Spanish engineering firm Tecnatom has inaugurated an extension to its facility near Madrid. The new building houses an emergency support centre which will provide support in the event of an accident at a nuclear power plant.

Vietnam agreement supports nuclear infrastructure development


27 October 2015

GEH-VAEA_MOU_261015_(GEH)-48GE Hitachi is to help the Vietnam Atomic Energy Agency enhance its understanding of light water reactor technology and nuclear project management under a memorandum of understanding signed in Hanoi yesterday.

Sweden's Oskarshamn 1 and 2 reactor units to close


14 October 2015

Oskarshamn (OKG)_48German utility Eon has decided that units 1 and 2 of the Oskarshamn nuclear power plant in Sweden will be shut down permanently. Unit 3 is unaffected by the decision, which was announced today by OKG AB, of which the EOn group is the major shareholder.

Opportunities to avoid nuclear skills shortage

New Nuclear

11 September 2015

Thomas - WNA Symposium - 2015 - 48The nuclear industry has many opportunities to build a sustainable and competent workforce to avoid a future skills shortage, Callum Thomas, CEO of recruitment consultants Thomas Thor Associates told delegates at the World Nuclear Association's Symposium in London.