BNFL sale to raise billions
- Government's plans for British Nuclear Fuels under fire. Harding, David // Public Finance;07/16/99, p7
Reports plans of the government to privatize the British Nuclear Fuels (BNFL) in Great Britain. Partial sale of the company; Impact of the plan on the public sector and BNFL; Pros and cons; Scope of privatization.
- Government looks at BNFL's future. // Modern Power Systems;Oct98, Vol. 18 Issue 10, p10
Reports on British government's plan to privatize parts of British Nuclear Fuels Ltd., a fuel cycle and waste management company.
- BNFL to be privatized. // Modern Power Systems;Aug99, Vol. 19 Issue 8, p5
Focuses on the British government's plan to partially privatize British Nuclear Fuels. Expected amount to be raised from the sale; Establishment of a public private partnership.
- BNFL sell-off sinks as costs rise. // Power Economics;Oct2000, Vol. 4 Issue 9, p31
Reports on Great Britain's plan to privatize British Nuclear Fuels Ltd. as of October 2000. Increase in clean-up costs for the company's nuclear waste sites.
- BNFL in talks on global brand strategy rethink. Mason, Tania // Marketing (00253650);2/27/2003, p1
Reports on the discussion between the energy firm British Nuclear Fuels Limited and Great Britain's company Interbrand about a strategic brand overhaul after the doubt regarding the future of nuclear power in the country. Announcement regarding the building of nuclear reactors in the country;...
- Sellafield: just close it down. Sardar, Ziauddin // New Statesman;02/28/2000, Vol. 129 Issue 4475, p14
Focuses on the survival of the nuclear industry in Great Britain despite the endemic corruption and safety problems. Safety and management failures at Sellafield nuclear complex; Falsification of quality-control data on a nuclear product from British Nuclear Fuels Ltd.; Connection of the...
- A critical nuclear appointment. // Nature;3/2/2000, Vol. 404 Issue 6773, p1
Reveals that the management at the British Nuclear Fuels Ltd. has been catastrophic for its reputation. Bases of the company's `Where science never sleeps' public relations campaign catch-phrase; Plans by Great Britain's Nuclear Installations Inspectorate to investigate the firm; Consequences...
- BNFL's tax burden. // Power Economics;Jan2002, Vol. 6 Issue 1, p10
Reports the impact of the privatization of the BNFL in Great Britain. Costs of nuclear decommissioning; Plan of the Liabilities Management Authority to sub-contract management of decommissioning; Responsibility of the BNFL to manage liabilities.
- Government transfers Magnox shares. // Modern Power Systems;Mar98, Vol. 18 Issue 3, p9
Announces the transfer of the British government's shareholding in the nuclear power generating company, Magnox Electric to British Nuclear Fuels Ltd.