Certain actions that can be taken to help improve this Nation's uranium picture, Energy Research and Development Administration: report to the Congress

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U.S. General Accounting Office, 1976 - Nuclear fuels - 43 pages

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Page 40 - ... b. the President has approved and authorized the execution of the proposed agreement for cooperation, and has made a determination in writing that the performance of the proposed agreement will promote and will not constitute an unreasonable risk to the common defense and security; "c.
Page 40 - ... atomic weapons, or for research on or development of atomic weapons, or for any other military purpose...
Page 29 - ... encouraging and conducting research and development, including demonstration of commercial feasibility and practical applications of the extraction, conversion, storage, transmission, and utilization phases related to the development and use of energy from fossil, nuclear, solar, geothermal, and other energy sources...
Page 40 - Data to be transferred pursuant to the agreement for cooperation will not be transferred to unauthorized persons or beyond the jurisdiction of the cooperating party, except as specified in the agreement for cooperation; b.
Page 40 - A guarantee by the cooperating party that security safeguards and standards as set forth in the agreement will be maintained; 3.
Page 2 - Nuclear reactor fuel that has been used (irradiated) to the extent that it can no longer effectively sustain a chain reaction.
Page 41 - ... corporations from receiving a license to operate an instrument for the transmission of communications. A corporation is considered foreign-owned if any director or officer is an alien, or if more than one-fifth of its capital stock is owned by aliens, a foreign government or a corporation organized under the laws of a foreign country.
Page 9 - In atomic energy law, this term refers to plutonium-239, uranium-233, uranium containing more than the natural abundance of uranium-235, or any material artificially enriched in any of these substances.
Page 40 - Congress for 60 days while Congress is in session before they may be brought into effect. Agreements involving significant cooperative activities may be prevented from being brought into effect if the Congress, by concurrent resolution, expresses its disapproval of the proposed agreement during the 60-day waiting period.
Page 3 - ... areas in which considerable exploration has occurred. Continuing extensive geological and geophysical investigation and drilling will be required to discover and to convert the potential into reserves. The distribution of estimated year-end potential resources at $10 per pound l^Og by region follows on the next page.

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