BNFL


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BNFL

abbreviation for
(Nuclear Physics) British Nuclear Fuels Limited
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BNFL chief executive Mike Parker said: "BNFL will ensure that the sale will follow a fair and transparent process.
Fluor confirmed the offer but not the price, which BNFL said varied depending on conditions attached to business contracts BNG holds.
The Commission used several computation methods to determine whether BNFL completely fulfilled these obligations.
BNFL and the Government agreed to sell the business following a review of the company in 2003.
A British Government investigation said BNFL bosses produced dodgy figures - so new nuclear reactors would get the go-ahead.
BNFL said more than pounds 500million had been spent on discharging 'historic nuclear liabilities' in the 12 months to March 31, adding that their safety record during the year had been the best in their history.
Fourth, BNFL (British Nuclear Fuels) and almost all of the other major employers in the U.
That 16-month closure cost BNFL an estimated pounds 180m.
However, a BNFL spokesman said today: ``We have no plans to sell,but Westinghouse will be part of a review by new chief executive Michael Parker.
Since its installation at BNFL's Westinghouse site, Springfields, in Preston 15 months ago, BNFL has slashed its usage of Trichloroethylene by 98 per cent, saving approximately [pounds sterling]40,000.
Following the implementation BNFL will achieve faster financial consolidation and management reporting cycles for both of its business groups across 16 countries, according to Hyperion.
The fuel is being returned under a July 2000 agreement between the Japanese and British governments stipulating that BNFL would ship the fuel back at its own expense.