Nuclear liabilities in a spin

Milne, Roger
June 2002
Utility Week;6/14/2002, Vol. 17 Issue 24, p9
Trade Publication
Reports on the deterioration of the profitability of the core reprocessing operation at British Nuclear Fuel (BNFL) according to a report, as of June 2002. Economic justification issue for the continued operation of the Magnox power stations of BNFL; Writer of the report; Central to the report's critique of the accounting of BNFL.


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