United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission - Protecting People and the Environment

Commission Orders for 1999

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File Licensee Docket Date/Number Description
CLI-99-30 Niagara Mohawk (Nine Mile Point) 12/22/1999/
50-220 & 50-410
The Commission grants standing to three co-owners of Nine Mile Point, Unit 2; permits the New York Attorney General to participate in a manner analogous to a participating government under 10 CFR 2.715(c); grants in part the co-owners' request to suspend this proceeding; and denies the co-owners' "suggestion" that the Commission use Subpart G procedures.
CLI-99-29 GPU Nuclear Corporation 12/22/1999/
50-219-OLA-2
The Commission vacates LBP-99-45; grants GPU's request to withdraw without prejudice its license amendment application; and terminates the proceeding.
CLI-99-28 Seabrook and Millstone 11/19/1999/
50-443-LT-2
and 50-423-LT
(consolidated)
Commission Memorandum and Order granting joint motion of parties to terminate proceeding.
CLI-99-27 Seabrook and Millstone 10/21/1999/
50-443-LT-2
and 50-423-LT
(consolidated)
Commission Memorandum and Order consolidating proceedings and granting standing to intervenors. The order further set schedules and discussed procedural requirements.
CLI-99-26 Advanced Medical Systems, Inc. 10/20/1999/
30-16055-ML/ML-REN
Commission Memorandum and Order denying the City of Cleveland's petition for review of LBP-99-28, which suspended the license renewal proceedings for Advance Medical Systems, Inc. (AMS) and terminated them upon the transfer of jurisdiction over AMS operations from the Nuclear Regulatory Commission to the State of Ohio.
CLI-99-25 Beaver Valley 09/24/1999/
50-334/412-LT
Commission Memorandum and Order waiving the time limit under 10 CFR 2.1305, in which comments may be submitted with respect to the Beaver Valley license transfer application. The Commission allowed Local 29 of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers to submit supplemental comments for consideration by the NRC staff.
CLI-99-24 Yankee Atomic Electric Company 09/10/1999/
50-029-LA
Commission Memorandum and Order granting a motion of the Yankee Atomic Electric Company to withdraw its appeal of Atomic Safety and Licensing Board (ASLB) decisions LBP-99-14 and LBP-99-17, and terminate the proceeding. Those decisions were also vacated by the Commission as moot.
CLI-99-23 Beaver Valley 07/23/1999/
50-334/412-LT
Commission Memorandum and Order denying the petition to intervene of Local 29, International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers. The petitioner sought intervention with respect to the proposed license transfer of Duquesne Light Company's interest in the Beaver Valley Power Station to FirstEnergy Corporation.

CLI-99-22

Hydro Resources, Inc. 07/23/1999/
40-8968-ML
Commission Memorandum and Order partially affirming LBP-99-1 (Waste Disposal), LBP-99-9 (Historic Preservation) and LBP-99-10 (Performance Based Licensing) and requiring additional briefing on LBP-99-13 (Financial Assurance).
CLI-99-21 International Uranium (USA) Corporation 07/07/1999/
40-8681-MLA-5/6
Commission Order holding appeals by Envirocare of Utah of LBP-99-11 and LBP-99-20 in abeyance pending resolution of Federal court litigation on Envirocare's standing.
CLI-99-20 Transnuclear, Inc. 06/29/1999/
11005070
Commission Memorandum and Order finding that the criteria for approving a license application of Transnuclear, Inc. to export highly enriched uranium for use in Canadian reactors has been met by Transnuclear. The Commission approved the issuance of the license and required periodic reporting with respect to the license.

CLI-99-19

Kansas Gas and Electric Company 06/18/1999/
50-482-LT
Commission Memorandum and Order dismissing the sole petition to intervene, concluding that the Atomic Energy Act neither requires nor authorizes antitrust reviews of post-operating license transfer applications, and granting interested persons 15 days to submit letters on the appropriate disposition of existing antitrust conditions.
CLI-99-18 Hydro Resources 05/27/1999/
40-8968-ML
Commission Memorandum and Order granting intervenors' motion for reconsideration of a Commission Order of May 3, 1999, that limited the number of pages for future petitions for review of initial decisions in this proceeding. The CLI also denied a petition of the intervenors for interlocutory review of an April 21, 1999 Order of the Presiding Officer which posed a series of questions to the parties on several issues under consideration.
CLI-99-17 Boston Edison Company and Entergy Nuclear Generation Company 04/26/1999/
50-293-LT
Commission Memorandum and order noting the withdrawal of intervenors' petitions and terminating the proceeding.
CLI-99-16 North Atlantic Energy Service Corp. et al. 04/26/1999/
50-443-LT
Commission Memorandum and Order terminating this license transfer proceeding.
CLI-99-15 Transnuclear, Inc. 04/26/1999/
11005070
Commission Memorandum and order denying the intervention petition of the Nuclear Control Institute and establishing a Commission meeting date of June 16, 1999 for Transnuclear and other interested participants to present their views on Transnuclear's export license application.
CLI-99-14 Aharon Ben-Haim,
Ph. D.
04/26/1999/
IA 97-068
Commission Memorandum and Order denying the petitions for review of the NRC staff and Dr. Ben-Haim. The parties appealed the decision of the Atomic Safety and Licensing Board (LBP-99-04) which reduced the period of time that Dr. Ben-Haim was prohibited from engaging in NRC licensed activities from five years to three years.
CLI-99-13 International Uranium (USA) Corporation 04/26/1999/
40-8681-MLA-4
Commission Order granting the petition of the State of Utah for review of LBP-99-05, an initial decision of the Presiding Officer that upheld a license amendment granted to the licensee and denied the relief requested by the State of Utah.
CLI-99-12 Shieldalloy Metallurgical Corp. 04/26/1999/
40-8948-MLA
Commission Memorandum and Order affirming LBP-99-12, an order of the Presiding Officer which dismissed the intervention petition of four Citizens of Guernsey County, Ohio. The petitioners opposed the issuance of an amendment to Shieldalloy to consolidate storage of additional amounts of radioactive slag on-site at its facility.
CLI-99-11 Oconee 04/15/1999/
50-269/270/287-LR
Commission Memorandum and Order affirming LBP-98-33, a decision of the Atomic Safety and Licensing Board for this license renewal proceeding, which denied the contentions submitted by the petitioners and terminated the proceeding.
CLI-99-10 Private Fuel Storage 04/15/1999/
72-22-ISFSI
Commission Memorandum and Order affirming LBP-99-3, an Order of the Atomic Safety and License Board for this proceeding, which granted the late-filed intervention petition of the Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance.
CLI-99-09 Transnuclear, Inc. 04/08/1999/
11005070
Commission Order requesting that the parties address questions set out in the Appendix to the Order. The questions in the Appendix relate to the merits of this proceeding on the request of Transnuclear, Inc. for a license to export highly enriched uranium to Canada.
CLI-99-08 Hydro Resources 04/06/1999/
40-8968-ML
Commission Memorandum and Order denying intervenors' petition for interlocutory review of orders of the Presiding Officer dated March 18, 1999 and March 23, 1999. The petitioners sought interlocutory review on the belief that the Presiding Officer exhibited favorable bias towards the staff and Hydro Resources by providing through the orders of March 18 and 23 an opportunity for those parties to address issues that they failed to address earlier in the proceedings.
CLI-99-07 Hydro Resources 03/23/1999/
40-8968-ML
Commission Memorandum and Order denying intervenors' petition for interlocutory review of orders of the Presiding Officer dated March 3, 1999 and March 9, 1999. The orders challenged posed questions to the parties related to the technical qualifications of Hydro Resources, Inc.
CLI-99-06 Seabrook 03/05/1999/
50-443-LT
Commission Memorandum and Order granting intervention in this license transfer proceeding, designating issues, designating a presiding officer and establishing a filing schedule.
CLI-99-05 Wolf Creek 03/03/1999/
50-482-LT
Commission Memorandum and Order requiring parties to this license transfer proceeding to brief the issue of whether the Commission should eliminate all antitrust reviews in connection with license transfers and terminate the proceeding.
CLI-99-04 Zion 03/02/1999/
50-295/304-LA
Commission Memorandum and Order affirming Atomic Safety and Licensing Board Decision LBP-98-27, which denied standing to intevenor.
CLI-99-03 Hydro Resources 02/11/1999/
40-8968-ML
Commission Memorandum and Order denying intervenors' petition for interlocutory review of Presiding Officer's Order of February 4, 1999. Filing deadline for intervenors extended to February 19, 1999.
CLI-99-02 Three Mile Island 02/11/1999/
50-289-LT
Commission Memorandum and Order denying intervention status to Pennsylvania State Representative Camille "Bud" George" in this License Transfer proceeding.
CLI-99-01 Hydro Resources 01/29/1999/
40-8968-ML
Commission Memorandum and Order vacating the Presiding Officer's scheduling order of January 21, 1999, and establishing a filing date of February 16, 1999 for intervenors to file their briefs.

 

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