United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission - Protecting People and the Environment

Commission Orders for 2001

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File Licensee Docket Date/Number Description
CLI-01-28 Duke, Cogema, Stone & Webster 12/28/2001/
70-3098-ML
Commission Memorandum and Order denying the petition of the Georgians Against Nuclear Energy and the Nuclear Control Institute for suspension of the proceeding.
CLI-01-27 McGuire & Catawba 12/28/2001/
50-369/370 & 50-413/414-LR
Commission Memorandum and Order denying the request of the Blue Ridge Environmental Defense League that the proceeding be dismissed or in the alternative held in abeyance.
CLI-01-26 Private Fuel Storage 12/28/2001/
72-22-ISFSI
Commission Memorandum and Order denying the State of Utah's request that the proceeding be suspended.
CLI-01-25 Haddam Neck 12/05/2001/
50-213-OLA
Commission Memorandum and Order denying the petition of the licensee for directed certification to the Commission of the decision of the Atomic Safety and Licensing Board in LBP-01-21, which admitted a contention of the intervenor for litigation.
CLI-01-24 Millstone Units 2 & 3 12/05/2001/
50-336-LA and 50-423-LA
Commission Memorandum and Order affirming the ruling of the Atomic Safety and Licensing Board in LBP-01-10. The ruling in that Decision denied petitioners' challenge to an amendment request of the licensee to modify certain plant technical specifications.
CLI-01-23 U.S. Enrichment Corporation 11/14/2001/
70-7001
Commission Memorandum and Order denying the appeal of petitioners, members of PACE Local 5-689, of the Director's Decision of June 14, 2001. In denying the appeal, the Commission adopted the Director's Decision.
CLI-01-22 Private Fuel Storage L.L.C. 11/14/2001/
72-22-ISFSI
Commission Memorandum and Order affirming the ruling of the Atomic Safety and Licensing Board for this proceeding in LBP-01-19 with respect to the probability of accidental aircraft crashes at independent spent fuel storage installations. Commissioner Dicus did not join in the opinion for reasons stated in the conclusion section of the opinion.
CLI-01-21 International Uranium (USA) Corporation 11/14/2001/
40-8681-MLA-9
Commission Memorandum and Order affirming the Presiding Officer's decision in LBP-01-15. In the decision, the Presiding Officer found that the request for hearing of the Glen Canyon Group of the Sierra Club did not establish standing.
CLI-01-20 Duke Energy Corporation 10/04/01/
50-369, 50-370, 50-413, and 50-414
Order Referring Petitions for Intervention and Requests for Hearing to the Atomic Safety and Licensing Board Panel.
CLI-01-19 Consolidated Edison Company of New York & Entergy Nuclear (Indian Point 2, LLC, Generating Units 1 and 2) 08/22/2001/
50-003-LT and 50-247-LT (consolidated)
Commission Memorandum and Order granting the petition to intervene of the Citizens Awareness Network and the petition to intervene of the Town of Cortlandt and the Hendrick Hudson School District in this License Transfer proceeding. By this order the Commission further directed the Chief Administrative Judge of the Atomic Safety and Licensing Board Panel to appoint a Presiding Officer for the proceeding.
CLI-01-18 International Uranium (USA) Corporation 07/30/2001/
40-8681-MLA-8
Commission Memorandum and Order affirming LBP-01-08 which denied standing to the petitioner.
CLI-01-17 Turkey Point Units 3 & 4 07/19/2001/
50-250/251-LR
Commission Memorandum and Order affirming the decision of the Atomic Safety and Licensing Board in LBP-01-06 that denied two petitions for leave to intervene for failure of the petitioners to submit admissible contentions.
CLI-01-16 FitzPatrick and Indian Point 3 07/19/2001/
50-333/286-LT
Commission Memorandum and Order indicating the release of a redacted version of CLI-01-14, which was issued on June 21, 2001, to the parties to the proceeding. This order identifies redacted pages in CLI-01-14 and directs the parties not to publicly disclose redacted material.
CLI-01-15 Private Fuel Storage 06/27/2001/
72-22-ISFSI
Commission Order setting a briefing schedule on the issues concerning aircraft crash hazards addressed by the Atomic Safety and Licensing Board (ASLB) in LBP-01-19. The ruling of the ASLB in LBP-01-19 was referred to the Commission for review.
CLI-01-14 FitzPatrick and Indian Point 3 06/21/2001/
50-333/286-LT
Commission Memorandum and Order rejecting the challenges of the Citizens Awareness Network to two license transfer applications. By this order the Commission approved the issuance of the transfer orders by the NRC Staff. This Memorandum and Order has been redacted for public release. Sensitive financial data has been omitted at the request of the Transferee.
CLI-01-13 Duke, Cogema, Stone & Webster 06/14/2001/
70-3098-ML
Commission Order referring intervention petitions to the Chief Administrative Judge of the Atomic Safety and Licensing Board Panel for the appointment of an Atomic Safety and Licensing Board or a Presiding Officer to conduct a proceeding. The intervention petitions were submitted in response to a notice of opportunity for hearing on an application of Duke, Cogema, and Stone & Webster to build a mixed oxide fuel fabrication facility at the Department of Energy's Savannah River site in South Carolina. The Order also provides procedural guidance on the conduct of the proceeding.
CLI-01-12 Private Fuel Storage 06/14/2001/
72-22-ISFSI
Commission Memorandum and Order finding that a request by Private Fuel Storage for an exemption from the NRC's seismic hazards analysis regulations is related to its initial license application, and the State of Utah's contentions addressing the exemption request may be litigated before the Licensing Board in the present proceeding.
CLI-01-11 Shearon Harris 05/10/2001/
50-400-LA
Commission Memorandum and Order denying Orange County, North Carolina's petition for review of LBP-00-12, LBP-00-19 and LBP-01-09 and the County's request for an emergency stay of LBP-01-09.
CLI-01-10 Millstone 05/10/2001/
50-423-LA-3
Commission Memorandum and Order affirming the ruling of the Atomic Safety and Licensing Board in LBP-00-26 with respect to petitioners' Contention 6. Contention 6 addressed the legal question of whether General Design Criterion 62 allows the use of administrative controls to prevent criticality in the spent fuel pool.
CLI-01-09 Private Fuel Storage 03/12/2001/
72-22-ISFSI
Commission Memorandum and Order denying the petition of the State of Utah for review of LBP-00-35, the First Partial Initial Decision of the Licensing Board for this proceeding which addressed Contention Utah R on fire protection as part of Private Fuel Storage's emergency plan for the proposed spent fuel storage facility.
CLI-01-08 Indian Point Units 1 & 2 03/06/2001/
50-003-LT and 50-247-LT
Commission Memorandum and Order denying a request of petitioners herein for suspension or revocation of the proceeding and granting a request of the petitioners for an extension of time in which to file issues. The Order includes a time frame within which the petitioners will have an opportunity to review the complete license transfer application.
CLI-01-07 Shearon Harris 02/14/2001/
50-400-LA
Commission Memorandum and Order rejecting the Board of Commissioners of Orange County, North Carolina's petition for review, request for immediate suspension and stay of the NRC staff's no significant hazards consideration determination and issuance of a license amendment for spent fuel pool expansion at Shearon Harris. The Commission requested additional information from the NRC staff on its no signification hazards consideration determination and directed Carolina Power and Light not to store spent fuel under the license amendment pending further order of the Commission or a Licensing Board decision approving the amendment.
CLI-01-06 Private Fuel Storage 02/14/2001/
72-22-ISFSI
Commission Order granting review of an issue certified to the Commission in LBP-01-03 and establishing a briefing schedule. The issue certified to the Commission is whether Private Fuel Storage's request for exemption from the agency's seismic hazards analysis regulations should be adjudicated.
CLI-01-05 Fansteel 01/31/2001/
40-7580-MLA
Commission Order dismissing as moot the appeal of Fansteel, Inc. The parties had filed a joint motion requesting dismissal of the appeal.
CLI-01-04 Hydro Resources 01/31/2001/
40-8968-ML
Commission Memorandum and Order reversing LBP-99-40 which placed the proceeding in abeyance. The proceeding is to resume in six months unless Hydro Resources, Inc. limits its license to the Church Rock Section 8 site that has undergone adjudication. This Decision also affirmed LBP-99-30 which addressed National Environmental Policy Act and environment justice concerns.
CLI-01-03 Millstone 01/17/2001/
50-423-LA-3
Commission Memorandum and Order denying in part and granting in part the appeal of the intervenors of LBP-00-26. The decision further established a party briefing schedule on the issue for review, invited Carolina Power & Light Company and the Board of Commissioners of Orange County, North Carolina to file amicus curiae briefs and denied intervenor's motion to stay the appellate proceedings.
CLI-01-02 Sequoyah Fuels Corporation 01/17/2001/
40-8027-MLA-4
Commission Memorandum and Order upholding the grant of a hearing to the state of Oklahoma by the Presiding Officer in LBP-99-46. The Commission declined to exercise its discretion to examine additional issues raised in the licensee's appeal.
CLI-01-01 Private Fuel Storage

01/10/2001/
72-22-ISFSI

Commission Memorandum and Order denying the petition of the State of Utah for partial interlocutory review of LBP-00-28.
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