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Cost


1959


Westinghouse


$1,


,200,000


1960


Thomson Ramo-
Wooldridge




100, 000


1961


General Electric




100,000


1965


General Electric




135,000


1965-


B arte lie Northwest




117, 000



1966 Laboratories, Rich-
land, Washington

1966 Nuclear Fuel Services 151,000



Subject

Techniques and Devices for
Nuclear Materials Control

Study of Mathematical Models
&t Decision Functions

Nuclear Materials Control
Manual

Tamper-indicating Safing System

(Four studies on safeguarding
facilities and instrument
development)

Safeguards Procedure Manual
for a Chemical Reprocessing
Plant



1968/ Technical Support Organization (TSO)

Present of the Brookhaven National Laboratory has

spent an average of 1. 5 man-years per year

on IAEA safeguards support.



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Past R&D Projects (continued)

Date Contractor

1968/ Battelle Northwest Laboratories (BNWL),

Present Richland, Washington, has spent an average

of 1 man-year per year on IAEA safeguards

support

Also, in 1974, a joint ACDA-ERDA-IAEA project to develop and test
several on-line safeguards instruments at the GE Mid-West Fuel
Recovery Plant was in operation when GE decided to stop work on the
plant. Consideration is being given to test the salvageable equipment
in another plant.

In addition, the results of uncleassified R&D performed for the U.S.
domestic safeguards program have routinely been made available to the
IAEA.

Technical Meetings and Consultants

One of the primary means the IAEA has to develop its safeguards
program has been to hold meetings of specialists to discuss specific
potential safeguards problem areas and propose solutions. Most areas
of the safeguards program have been covered over the past years
including, for example, ADP applications, an international network of
analytical laboratories, statistical concepts, organization of the Safe-
guards Department, safeguards system analysis, safeguarding isotope
enrichment plants, safeguards design information requirements, use
of isotopic composition data, etc. The meetings have ranged from 2 or
consultants working rather informally for a few days, to delegations
representing several countries meeting for a week or more of formal
sessions. The U.S. has participated in nearly all of these meetings,
being represented by people from AEC (ERDA) Headquarters, labora-
tories, and contractors; the ACDA and State Department; and U.S.
industry and universities. In many cases, U.S. participation has
involved separate preliminary R&D efforts and meetings with U.S.
experts and occasionally with experts of other nations to prepare the
U.S. positions.

ACDA Role

In addition to the joint projects cited here, the Arms Control and
Disarmament Agency has independently funded several projects which



182

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support effective international safeguards, including some highly-
sophisticated techniques in the area of tamper indicating surveillance
and containment measures (e.g., fiber optic seals, unattended cameras,
track etch monitors, etc. ) The AEC (ERDA) and ACDA support
programs are fully coordinated.

Current U.S. Projects

Current U.S. projects in support of effective IAEA safeguards include:

1. Perimeter safeguards study: The U.S., recognizing the unique
and difficult problems of future international safeguards at isotopic
separation plants, has undertaken a special support project in this
area involving (a) participation in IAEA technical advisory meetings
on the subject; (b) formation of a U.S. Technical Working Group (of
experts from ERDA, ACDA, Brookhaven, LASL, Sandia Laboratory,
Union Carbide, and Goodyear Atomic); (c) joint development activities
with the UK, Dutch, and German centrifuge group; and (d) R&D
contracts for specific hardware needs (e.g., $100,000 specifically
budgeted for LASL for FY- 1975). ACDA is funding complementary
work in this area.

2. Development of statistical and technical bases for IAEA inspection
strategies (BNWL; $50,000 specifically budgeted for FY-1975).
ACDA is funding complementary work in this area at BNWL.

3. IAEA safeguards planning exercise at a power reactor (Dresden),
and a low-enriched fuel fabrication plant (GE/Wilmington, N. C. )

to give the IAEA additional experience in and constructive criticism
of their inspection planning procedures for such facilities. This
experience can be directly applicable to their safeguarding of
similar facilities in non-nuclear weapons states.

4. Study and Report on "Elements of a State's System of Accountability
for and Control of Nuclear Material. " This work, being done at the
request of IAEA, has been assigned to TSO, Brookhaven. The
product will be used by IAEA in its preparation for an Advisory
Group Meeting on the subject in July 1975. The object is to provide
detailed guidance for other nations in setting up domestic safeguards
accountability and control systems (parallel to the IAEA's "Gray
Book" guidelines on physical security).

5. Review and comments by U.S. experts of draft chapters of the
IAEA's Safeguards Technical Manual.



183

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6. Develop technology of isotopic correlation techniques and their
possible application to safeguards problems (primarily an ACDA
effort).

7. Based on procedures used by the IAEA in analyzing specific
facilities from a safeguards viewpoint, the U. S. is developing
possible procedures for the IAEA to use in verifying a plant
operator's nuclear material accountability data. Such studies

are being done for uranium fuel fabrication plants, plutonium mixed
oxide fuel fabrication plants and for spent fuel reprocessing plants
(for Pu recovery).

Training

In addition, over the years the United States has made known its
willingness, and has provided opportunities for individuals from other
countries to come to the United States for special programs of training
in the area of nuclear material safeguards. Several nations have taken
advantage of this offer. Also 69 individuals from other countries have
attended the AEC-sponsored Safeguards training courses at the
Argonne National Laboratory over the years from 1968 to 1972.

IAEA Staffing

Also, the U.S. has recruited highly qualified professionals in the
safeguards field from U. S. industry, the AEC and AEC contractors, to
serve on the safeguards staff of the IAEA. There have been U.S.
nationals on the staff since the beginning of the Agency and, currently,
9 of the 72 professionals in the Agency's Department of Safeguards &
Inspection are U.S. nationals, the majority of which hold senior positions,

Physical Security

As noted above, physical security is not an area in which its Statute
grants authority to the IAEA. Despite this limitation and in view of
the marked increase of international terrorism in the early 1970s, the
Agency saw a legitimate role for itself in convening experts in the area
of physical security of nuclear material in order to develop guidelines
which could be used by States, if they so wished, in developing their own
national systems to physically protect nuclear material. The outcome
of this effort was a booklet which wac pubr'shed by the IAEA in June 1972
entitled "Recommendations for the Physical Protection of Nuclear



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Material. " The Agency reconvened a group of experts again early in
1975 to revise, update and expand the original guidelines. In both
of these sessions the United States played a major role in providing
technical content and substance to these guidelines.

The United States offered, during the September 1974 general conference
of the IAEA, to have technical discussions with any interested nations on
the subject of physical protection systems. Following the expression of
interest for these kind of discussions by several nations, we have
developed a program which includes meetings with U.S. technical experts
in Washington and at the Sandia Laboratories in Albuquerque, New Mexico,
where demonstrations of security equipment are given. Several nations
have participated in this program and several more are planning to
participate.



185

(Enclosure 2)



STATISTICS- CN



THE WORLD NUCLEAR INDUSTRY



AND



US AGREEMENTS FOR COOPERATION AND REIATED SAFEGUARDS



186



U.S. -TYPE NUCLEAR POl'.ERPLANTS ABROAD ±/ OPERATING
IN CONSTRUCTION OR ON ORDER, AS OF JUNE 1, 1974



Country and plant

Austria
Tul In 1

Belgium
Tihange
Doel-1
Doel-2
Doel-3
Tihange- 2

Finland

Loviisa-1
Loviisa-2
Finland- 3
Finland-4
Olkiluoto

France
Sena

Fessenheim-1
Fessenheim-2
Bugey- 2
Bugey-3
Bugey- 4
Bugey- 5
Grave lines Bl
Gravel ines B2
Gravel ines B3
Gravelines B4
Tricastin-1
Tricastin-2
Tricastin-3
Tricastin-4
St. Laurent -3
St. Laurent -4
Caux-1
Caux-2
Caux-3
Caux-4
Dampierre-1
Dampierre-2



[Megawatts electrical]
In operation



In construction
or on order



266



700



NSSS supplier



KWU



870


ACLF Group


390


ACECO


390


ACECO


900


FRAM/ACECO


900


FRAM/ACECO


440


U.S.S.R.


440


U.S.S.R.


600


ASEA


600


ASEA


660


ASEA Atom




ACEO/FRAA'-,/
Framatome —


890


890


Framatome


925


Framatome


925


Framatome


925


Framatome


925


Framatome


925


Framatome


925


Framatome


925


Framatome


925


Framatome


925


Framatome


925


Framatome


925


Framatome


925


Framatome - ,
ALST/SOGERCA.i,
ALST/SOGERCX.-'


971


971


750


Framatome


750


Framatome


750


Framatome


750


Framatome


905


Framatome


90S


Framatome



Footnotes at end of table.



187



U.S. -TYPE NUCLEAR POWERPLA.VTS ABROAD^ OPERATING
IN CONSTRUCTION OR ON ORDER, AS OF JUNE 1, 1974

[Megawatts electrical.!







In construction




Country and plant In


operation


or on order


NSSS supplier


Germany






KRB Gundremmingen-1


237




GE


KWL Lingen


256




AEG


KWO Obrigheim


328




Siemens


KKS Strade


630




Siemens


KKW Wuergassen


612




KWU


Biblis-1


1,150




KWU


Biblis-2




1,240


KWU


Brunsbuettel




770


KWU


KKP Philipsburg-1




864


KWU


KKP Philipsburg-2




864


KWU


Unterweser




1,230


KWU


Nordenham




1,300


KWU


Neckarwe s the im- 1




762


KWU


KKI Isar




870


KWU


Muelheim- Kaerlich




1,215


BBC-BBR


Kruemmel




1,260


KWU


WYHL-SUD-KWS-1




1,250


KWU


WYHL-SUD-KWS-2




1,250


KWU


GKN Neckarvestheim-2




1,300


KWU


Dettingen




1,200


KWU


BWAG-1-Grafenrheinfeld




1,300


KWU


BWAG-2




1,300


KWU


BWAG-3




1,300


KWU


Gundremm ingen - 2




1,250


KWU


Gundremmingen - 3




1,250


KWU


Grohnde/Oberweser




1,300


KWU


RWE-6




1,240


KWU


RWE-7




1,240


KWU


PJVE-8




1,240


KWU


RWE-9




1,240


KWU


RWE-10




1,240


KWU


RWE-11




1,240


KWU


VEW-A




1,240


KWU


VWE-B




1,200


KWU



Footnotes at end of table



188



Country and plant

Iran:
Iran-1
Iran-2
Iran- 3
Iran-4

Italy:

SENN

SELNI

ENEL-4

ENEL-5

ENEL-6

ENEL-8

Netherlands :
Borselle

Spain:

Zorita-1

Nuclenor

Lemoniz-1

Lemoniz-2

Almaraz-1

Almaraz-2

ASCO-1

ASCO-2

Cofrente

Undesignated

Switzerland:
Beznau-1
Beznau-2
Muhleberg
Kaiseraugst
Leibstadt
Gosgen
Graben

Brazil :Angra-l

Mexico:

Laguna Verde -1
Laguna Verde- 2



U S -TYPE NUCLEAR POWERPLANTS ABROAD^ OPERATING,
IN CONSTRUCTION OR ON ORDER, AS OF JUNE 1, 1974

[Megawatts electrical]
In operation



150

247



450



153
460



350
350
506



In construction




or on order


NSSS supplier


1,200


KWU


1,200


KWU


900


Framatome


900


Framatome




4',


783


AMN-GETSCO


952


ENI


982


AMN



626



600
600



KWU





W




GE


902


W


902


W


902


ff


902


w


902


ff


902


w


902


w


974


GE




W/BB




W/BBC




SETSCO/B5


850


GE/Sogerca


850


GETSCO/BB


1,100


K1VU


1,140


BBC/GE



GE
GE



Footnotes at end of table.



189



- 4 -



4/



U.S. -TYPE NUCLEAR P01VERPLANTS ABROAD^' OPERATING.
IN CONSTRUCTION OR ON ORDER, AS OF JUNE 1, 1974



Country and plant

Sweden :

Oskarshamn-1

Oskarshamn-2

Ringhals-1

Ringhals-2

Ringhals-3

Ringhals-4

Barseback-1

Barseback-2

Forsmark-1

Forsmark- 2

Oskarshamn-3

Japan:
Tsuruga
Mihama-1
Mihama-2
Mihama-3
Fukushima-1
Fukushima-2
Fukushima-3
Fukushima-4
Fukushima-S
Fukushima-6
Fukushima- I I - 1
Takahama-1
Takahama-2
Shimane - 1
Genkai-1
Oi-1
Oi-2

Hamaoka-1
Hamaoka-2
Onagawa- 1
Tokai Mura-2
Ikata-1

India :

Tarapur-1
Tarapur-2



(Megawatts


electrical]

In construction




In operation


or on order


NSSS supplier


440




ASEA




580


ASEA




760


ASEA




900


W/Monitor




900


W




900


W




580


ASEA




580


ASEA




900


ASEA




900


ASEA




900


ASEA


340




GE


320




W


470


'


MAPI




781


MHI


460




GE




784


GE/Toshiba




784


Toshiba




784


Hitachi




784


Toshiba




1,100


GE/Toshiba




1,100


Toshiba




780


W/MAPI




780


MHI




460


Hitachi




559


MHI




1,122


W/MHI




1,122


W/MHI




500


Toshiba




750


Toshiba




500


Toshiba




1,100


GE-HITACHI




559


MHI


200




GE


200




GE



Footnotes at end of table.



190



U.S. -TYPE NUCLEAR POKERPLANTS ABROAD^ OPERATING.
IN CONSTRUCTION OR ON ORDER, AS OF JUNE 1, 1974





[Megawatts


electrical]

In construction




Country and plant


In operation


or on order


NSSS supplier


Korea:
Ko-Ri-1
Ko-Ri-2
Ko-Ri-3
Ko-Ri-4




S64

564
600
600


W
W

AECL
AECL


Philippines :
Philippine-l
Philippine- 2




626
626


W
W


Taiwan:

Chinshan-l
Chinshan-2
Kuosheng-1
Kuosheng-2
Taipower - 5
Taipower-6




604
604
800
800
992
992


GE
GE
GE
GE

W
W


Yugoslavia:
KRSKO




600


w.



— Abroad refers to non-soviet bloc foreign countries.

— Framatome , of which Westinghouse is important shareholder, employs
PWR technology.



3/t.x.^.,

of BWR technology.



a.' . >v-'»~ - a L.



4/

— General Electric.

-Westinghouse.



191



NON-U. S. -TYPE NUCLEAR POWERPLANTS ABROAD, OPERATING,
IN CONSTRUCTION OR ON ORDER

(Megawatts electrical)





In


In Construction




Country and plant


Operation


or On Order


Supplier


Argentina:








Atucha-1


318




Siemens


Atucha- 2




600


AECL


Cordoba




600


AECL


Canada :








Douglas Point


308




AECL


Gentilly-1


2S0




AECL


Picker ing-1


508




AECL


Pickering -2


508




AECL


Pickering-3


508




AECL


Pickering -4


508




AECL


Pickering- 5




750


AECL


Bruce- 1




750


AECL


Bruce -2




750


AECL


Bruce- 3




750


AECL


Bruce- 4




750


AECL


Gentilly-2




600


AECL


Gentilly-3




500


AECL


New Brunswick- 1




600


AECL


Bruce- S




732


AECL


Bruce -6




732


AECL


Bruce- 7




732


AECL


Bruce -8




732


AECL


Picker ing-6




508


AECL


Pickering-7




508


AECL


Pickering- 8




508


AECL


Czechoslovakia: Bohuniee A-l


110




SKODA


India:








Rapp-1


200




AECL


Rapp*2




200




Italy: latina


200




TNPG


Japan: Tekai Mura=l
Pakistan: Kanupp


1S7




BNDG


125




CGB


South Korea:








Ke>Ri-3




600


A1CL


Ke»Ri=4




600


AECL


Spain: Vandellos


487




EDF


France:








Phenix


250






Chinon- 2


200






Chinon-3


480






St. Laurent- 1


480






St. Laurent- 2


515






Bugey-1


540






Usited Kingdom:








01dbury-l


300




TNPG


Oldbury-2


300




TNPG


Winfrith


94


■»


UKAEA



192



NON-U. S.-TYPE NUCLEAR POWERPLANTS ABROAD, OPERATING,
IN CONSTRUCTION OR ON ORDER

(Megawatts electrical)





In


In Construction




Country and plant


Operation


ov On Order


Supplier


United Kingdom (Continued)








Calder Hall-1


50




UKAEA


Calder Hall-2


50




UKAEA


■ Calder Hall-3


SO




UKAEA


Calder Hall-4


50




UKAEA


Chapel Cross -1


50




UKAEA


Chapel Cross- 2


50




UKAEA


Chapel Cross -3


50




UKAEA


Chapel Cross -4


50




UKAEA


Berkeley- 1


138




TNPG


Berkeley- 2


138




TNPG


Bradwell-1


150




TNPG


Bradwell-2


150




TNPG


Hunterston A-l


160




GEC


Hunters ton A- 2


160




GEC


Trawsfynyd-1


250




APC


Traws£ynyd-2


250


-


APC


Hinkley Point A-l


250




EE-BW-TW


Hinkley Point A- 2


250




EE-BW-TW


Dungeness A-l


275




TNPG


Dungeness A- 2


275




TNPG


Sizewell A-l


290




EE-BW-TW


Sizewell A- 2


290




EE-BW-TW


Wylfa-1


590




EE-BW-TW


Wylfa-2


S90




EE-BW-TW


Windscale


35




UKAEA


Hinkley Point B-l




625


TNPG


Hinkley Point B-2




625


TNPG


PFR




254


UKAEA


Dungeness B-l




625


APC


Dungeness B-2




625


APC


Hunterston B-l




625


GEC


Hunterston B-2




625


GEC


Hartlepool- 1




625


BNDC


Hartlepool- 2




625


BNDC


Sizewell B-l




660


EE-BW-TW


Sizewell B-2




660


EE-BW-TW


Sizewell B-3




660


EE-BW-TW


Sizewell B-4




660


EE-BW-TW


Heysham-1




625


BNDC


Heysham- 2




625


BNDC


Dungeness C-l




1,300


TNPG


Dungeness C-2




1,300


TNPG


' Dungeness C-3




1,300


TNPG



193



WORLD RESOURCES OF URANIUM
[Tons U3O8]



Reasonably
Assured



Estimated
Additional



Total



$10:

Australia

Canada

South Africa and South

West Africa

France, Niger, Gabon,

c.a.r;

Other 1

Foreign subtotal

United States 2

$10 subtotal (rounded)

$10-15:

Aus tralia

Canada

South Africa

Sweden^

France, Niger, Gabon,

C.A.R.

Other

Foreign subtotal

United States 2

$10-15 subtotal

Less than $15 subtotal
(rounded)



300,000
240,000

260,000



80,000
160,000

80,000
350,000



50.00Q
250,000

10,000



40,000

280,000

30,000

50,000



350,000
490,000

270,000



140,000
60,000


70,000
60,000


210,000
120,000


1,000,000
340,000


440,000

700,000


1,440,000

1,040,000


1,340,000


1,140,000


2,480,000



120,000
440,000
110,000
400,000



40,000
30,000


50,000

60,000




90,000
90,000


740,000
180,000


510,000

300,000


1


,250,000

480,000


920,000


810,000


1


,730,000


2,260^000


1,950^000


4


,210,000



Footnotes at end of table



194



Reasonably Estimated
Assured Additional ' Total



$15-30: 3



Canada 100,000 300,000 400,000

South Africa 55,000 70,000 125,000

Sweden 4 150,000 200,000 350,000

Spain 15,000 250,000 265,000

Other 70,000 140, 000.- 210,000



i



Foreign subtotal 390,000 960,000 1,350,000

United States 2 180,000 700,000 880,000

$15-30 subtotal 570,000 1,660,000 2,230,000 .

Grand total (rounded) 2,830,000 3,610,000 6,440,000



J-Argentina, Brazil, Denmark, Finland, India, Italy, Japan, Mexico,

Portugal, Spain, Turkey, Yugoslavia, Zaire.
2Does not include 90,000 tons U3O8 by product of phosphate and copper

through year 2000.
3ENEA/IAEA September 1967.
^Expected to be a source of only limited production.



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CURRENT AND ANTICIPATED FOREIGN ENRICHING PRODUCTION CAPACITY
AND SEPARATIVE WORK REQUIREMENTS

[In millions of separative work units]



Country 1975 1979 1981 1983 1985

U.S.S.R, 1 7-10 7-10 7-10 7-10 7-10

Eurodif 6 - 3.5 10.5 10.5 10.5

Urenco 2 .4 2.0 4.0 10.0

United Kingdom/Capenhurst .4 .4 .4 .4 .4

France/Pierrelatte 3 .4 .4 .4 .4 .4

South Africa 4 2.4 8.0 8.0

Canada 4 8.0 8.0

Japan . 7- . 8

Total foreign capacity 5 - 7.8 11.7 22.7 38.3 45.0

Total foreign seoarative work

requirements 7 - 5.1 14.3 20.9 27.8 39.8

Foreign separative work
requirements (excluding
Soviet bloc and People's
Republic of China) - 4.0 11.1 16.1 20.4 28. S

U.S. Enriching Production

Capacity - — - 18.2 26.5 28.8 35.8 44.9

U.S. Separative Work Require-
ments 8 - - 6.1 12.6 18.9 17.8 18.9

Capacity data for U.S.S.R. enrichment plant is unpublished; capacity
range shown is taken from an unauthenticated and unclassified source.

^Includes the United Kingdom, Germany, and the Netherlands.

^Primarily for military requirements; not economically competitive for
commercial power reactor fuel production.

4 Unlike French-led, Eurodif and Urenco who are each firmly committed
to construction of enriching capacity, the South African and Canadian
projects are still in the exploratory stages and may not meet the
production schedule shown. Hence foreign capacity shown for latter
years may be overstated. South African pilot enrichment plant now
operating.

5of the amounts shown, the Eurodif capacity is reportedly fully committed
with 50 percent lo France (101 of which Iran now has an option on) , and SO percent
to Italy, Spain, Belgium, and Japan for delivery 1980-89; for Urenco, approximately
60 percent of planned 1981 production of 2,500,000 separative work units, ccrrdtted
by contract or letter of intent to United Kingdom and German utilities for delivery



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through mid-eighties. The USSR has recently concluded with non-Soviet -bloc
countries a number of enrichment contracts for about 8,500,000 separative
work units for delivery through about 1990.

Planned capacity shown does not include that for second Eurodif plant,
currently under discussion and scheduled for possible launching late 1975
to early 1976. Europe, Canada and Australia under consideration as sites
for Eurodif II.

Based on ERDA's Planning and Analysis Forecast for 1975, using .3 tails assay.

Domestic deliveries committed under enrichment services contracts, based on
transaction tails assay, plus U.S. Government requirements.



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U.S.S.R.



Customer country:
Firm signing contract



Amount (mt SWU)



End use/reactor Delivery
to be fueled Date



Comments



A. CONTRACTS WITH THE WEST

France:

Commissariat a 1'Energie. . . .250 Fessenheim-1

Atomique (CEA) 3500 Unspecified

Italy:Agip Nucleare About 4200 Unspecified

West Germany:

Rheinisch-Westfalisches 600 Biblis-B

Elektrizitatswerk (RUE) 3100 Muelheim-Karlich



1973-74.,
1979-83.,
1972-83.,

1974-77.
1978-90.



.Estimate based on
approximate reload
requirement for eac
reactor through
1990 assuming 75%
powerplant availa-
bility and 0.3%
tails.



Kraftwerk Union 2600 Iran (2)

Gemeinschaf tskernkraf twerk

Neckar (GKiN) About 600 Neckarwestheim.

Gesellschaft fur

Kernforschung (GFK) Niederaichbach.



.1979-80.,



.1976-80. .Options for re-
loads, 1981-85.



Nuklear-Chemie und-

Metallurgie (NUKEM) 1350 Various ,

Various About 500 Graf enrheinf eld,

Krummel

Belgium: Synatom 1300 Doel-3,Tihange-2

Sweden:Svensk Kernbrans-

leforsorining 300 Unspecified



Finland :Teollisuuden Voima

Oy (TVO) 300.



.01kiluoto-l.



.NA Permanent shutdown

announced. Dis-
position of
contracted amount
not known.

.1976-80..
1976-77 . .Option for reloads,
dates not available
1979-85..

.1979 Option for 1100 mt

SWU for delivery
1980-89.

.1977-79.. Option for 350 mt
SWU for delivery
1980-85.



Spain:Empresa Nacional del

Uranio (Enusa) 5100

Austria : Gemeinschaf ts

kraftwerk Stein 1260 Stein. .

United Kingdom:CEGB 1000 Various



Unspecified 1978-79. .



Separative work u nit. This is tho vnit of -"isurcont of ur.?iiun

m|IIUIL l„J ...... J III I I III ~U . HT T



1978; 1980-89

1980-89. .Partial reload re-
quirements for 2
SGHWR's.

enrich-e^.t ?rcd':r.tion.



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