United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission - Protecting People and the Environment

Commission Orders for 2002

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File Licensee Docket Date/
Number
Description
CLI-02-29 Private Fuel Storage, L.L.C. 12/18/02
72-22-ISFSI
Commission Memorandum and Order Rejecting a claim of the State of Utah that the Commission lacked authority to license an independent spent fuel storage facility. The Commission further denied Utah's petition for rulemaking.
CLI-02-28 Duke Energy Corporation 12/18/02
50-369-LR, 50-370-LR,
50-413-LR, & 50-414-LR
Commission Memorandum and order clarifying its decision in CLI-02-17 and addressing a certified question of the Atomic Safety and Licensing Board (ASLBP) with respect to the licensee's Severe Accident Mitigation Alternatives analysis. The case was remanded to the ASLBP for further proceedings.
CLI-02-27 Dominoin Nuclear Connecticut, Inc. 12/18/02
50-423-LA-3
Commission Memorandum and Order affirming the decision of the Atomic Safety and Licensing Board (ASLBP) in LBP-02-05 that rejected the terrorism contention proposed by intervenors Connecticut Coalition Against Millstone and the Long Island Coalition Against Millstone.
CLI-02-26 Duke Energy Corporation 12/18/02
50-369-LR, 50-370-LR,
50-413-LR, & 50-414-LR
(consolidated)
Commission Memorandum and Order addressing the contentions of the Nuclear Information and Resource Service on terrorism, certified to the Commission by the Atomic Safety and Licensing Board (ASLBP) for this proceeding in LBP-02-04. The Commission declined to consider the contentions on terrorism and directed the ASLBP to reject the contentions.
CLI-02-25 Private Fuel Storage, L.L.C. 12/18/02
72-22-ISFSI
Commission Memorandum and Order affirming the decision of the Atomic Safety and Licensing Board (ASLBP) that rejected the late filed contention of the State of Utah on terrorism.
CLI-02-24 Duke, Cogema, Stone & Webster 12/18/02
70-3098-ML
Commission Memorandum and Order reversing the decision of the Atomic Safety and Licensing Board (ASLBP) to admit a contention of Georgians Against Nuclear Energy on terrorism.
CLI-02-23 Pacific Gas and Electric Company 11/21/02
72-26-ISFSI
Commission Memorandum and Order denying the petitioners' request that the Commission suspend the proceeding on this docket pending the Commission's comprehensive review of measures to protect against terrorist attack.
CLI-02-22 Dominoin Nuclear Connecticut, Inc. 11/21/02
72-26-ISFSI
Commission Memorandum and Order affirming LBP-02-16, which denied the request of the intervenors Connecticut Coalition Against Millstone and Long Island Coalition Against Millstone for an evidentiary hearing on reopened Contention 4 and terminated the proceeding.
CLI-02-21 International Uranium (USA) Corporation 10/01/02/
40-8681-MLA-10
Commission Memorandum and Order affirming LBP-02-12, the decision of the Presiding Officer finding that petitioner Glen Canyon Group of the Sierra Club lacked standing to challenge the license amendment and terminating the proceeding.
CLI-02-20 Private Fuel Storage, L.L.C. 10/01/02/
77-22-ISFSI
Commission Memorandum and Order reversing the decision of the Atomic Safety and Licensing Board to partially deny applicant's motion for summary disposition on the environmental justice contention, OGD O. The Board was directed by this decision to grant the summary disposition requested by the applicant. The Commission found that the issues raised by the intervenor Ohngo Gaudadeh Devia under the environmental Justice contention did not warrant an environmental justice hearing.
CLI-02-19 Duke, Cogema, Stone & Webster 09/04/02/
70-3098-ML
Commission Memorandum and Order responding to Licensing Board's certified question and accepting the Board's recommendations regarding procedures for dealing with restricted data and/or national security information in this adjudication.
CLI-02-18 Pacific Gas and Electric Company 08/01/02/
50-275-LT
50-323-LT
Commission Memorandum and Order requesting briefs from the petitioners and the applicant on the question of whether the Commission has the statutory authority to retain or impose antitrust conditions for nuclear power plants licensed under Section 104.b of the Atomic Energy Act.
CLI-02-17 Duke Energy Corporation 07/23/02/
50-369-LR
50-370-LR
50-413-LR
50-414-LR
Commission Memorandum and Order affirming in part and reversing in part the decision of the Atomic Safety and Licensing Board in LBP-02-04 on the admissibility of petitioners' contention on the adequacy of the licensee's Server Accident Mitigation Alternatives analysis.
CLI-02-16 Pacific Gas and Electric Co. 06/25/02/
50-275-LT
50-323-LT
Commission Memorandum and Order denying the petitions to intervene of the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC), the County of San Luis Obispo (County) and the Official Committee of Unsecured Creditors of PG&E. CPUC and the County will be permitted to participate as governmental entities if a hearing is granted. The Order referred their petitions to the staff for consideration as comments on the License Transfer request of the Pacific Gas and Electric Company. The Commission deferred ruling on the petitions of other petitioners and instructed them to inform the Commission promptly of any court or administrative decision that would impact the proceeding. Other motions raised by the petitioners, including motions to dismiss the proceedings, were also denied by this order.
CLI-02-15 Private Fuel Storage 04/12/02/
72-22-ISFSI
Order granting an April 5, 2002 motion filed by Intervenor Skull Valley Band of Goshute Indians for a Commission Protective Order.
CLI-02-14 Duke Energy Corporation 04/12/02/
50-369/370
50-413/414-LR
Reversing the decision of the Atomic Safety and Licensing Board in LBP-02-04 to admit a contention from the intervenors on the possible use of mixed oxide fuel at the McGuire and Catawba plants.
CLI-02-13 International Uranium (USA) Corporation 04/12/2002/
40-8681-MLA-10
Commission Memorandum and Order vacating LBP-02-03 and an unpublished Memorandum and Order of January 2, 2002, and remanding the proceeding to the Presiding Officer for reconsideration of a rejected filing and, if appropriate, the issue of standing for petitioner Sierra Club.
CLI-02-12 Pacific Gas and Electric Compay 04/12/2002/
50-275/323-LT
Commission Memorandum and Order requiring briefs from the parties on two issues prior to considering the petitions to intervene.
CLI-02-11 Private Fuel Storage 04/03/2002/
72-22-ISFSI
Commission Memorandum and Order denying a request for a stay submitted by the state of Utah. The order further invites responses by May 15, 2002, on the issue of whether NRC has authority under the federal law to issue a license for the proposed privately-owned, away-from-reactor spent fuel storage facility. The order specifically invites interested persons to file amicus curiae briefs by the May 15 response deadline.
CLI-02-10 International Uranium (USA) Corporation 04/03/2002/
40-8681-MLA-11
Commission Memorandum and Order affirming LBP-02-06 which granted standing to the petitioners herein, denying their motion for a stay of the effectiveness of the licensing amendment and denying the motion of the licensee that the brief of petitioner Sierra Club be stricken as untimely. Other motions of the parties are declared moot by this order.
CLI-02-09 Duke, Cogema, Stone & Webster 04/03/2002/
70-3098-ML
Commission Memorandum and Order denying the petition of Duke, Cogema, Stone & Webster for interlocutory review of a Licensing Board order admitting intervenors' contentions.
CLI-02-08 Private Fuel Storage 03/07/2002/
72-22-ISFSI
Commission Memorandum and Order granting review of LBP-02-08. The Order also establishes a briefing schedule for the parties and stays all proceedings concerning environmental justice issues.
CLI-02-07 Duke, Cogema, Stone & Webster 03/07/2002/
70-3098-ML
Commission Memorandum and Order granting the Petition for Interlocutory Review filed by intervenor Georgians Against Nuclear Energy (GANE). GANE sought interlocutory review of the decision of the Licensing Board dated December 20, 2001, that denied a motion by GANE to dismiss the proceeding or hold it in abeyance. The Commission upheld the decision of the Licensing Board. It further denied as moot GANE's motion to stay the proceedings during Commission review.
CLI-02-06 Duke Energy Corporation 02/06/2002/
50-369/370
50-413/414-LR
Commission Memorandum and Order accepting for review an issue on terrorism certified to the Commission by the ASLB for this proceeding in LBP-02-04. The Commission's Order also establishes a briefing schedule.
CLI-02-05 Dominion Nuclear Connecticut Inc. 02/06/2002/
50-423-LA-3
Commission Memorandum and Order accepting a referral from the ASLB for this proceeding of its ruling in LBP-02-05 with respect to issues on terrorism. The Commission's Order further establishes a briefing schedule.
CLI-02-04 Duke, Cogema, Stone & Webster 02/06/2002/
70-3098-ML
Commission Memorandum and Order accepting the applicant's petition for interlocutory review of the decision in LBP-01-35. The Commission's review will be limited to the ruling by the ASLB on petitioner GANE's contention related to the terrorist events of September 11, 2001. A briefing schedule of the issues is also established by this Order.
CLI-02-03 Private Fuel Storage 02/06/2002/
72-22-ISFSI
Commission Memorandum and Order accepting for review matters addressed in LBP-01-37, referred to the Commission by that decision. This Order also establishes a briefing schedule for the issues the parties are to address.
CLI-02-02 Duke, Cogema, Stone & Webster 01/30/2002/
070-03098-ML
Commission Memorandum and Order denying the motion of the Georgians Against Nuclear Energy for reconsideration of the Commission's decision in CLI-01-28
CLI-02-01 Dominion Nuclear Connecticut Inc. 01/30/2002/
50-336-LA
50-423-LA
Commission Memorandum and Order denying the petition of the Connecticut Coalition Against Millstone and the STAR Foundation for reconsideration of the Commission's decision in CLI-01-24

 

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