Australian Research Reactors

Australian Research Reactors, Australia has a new state of the art research reactor – OPAL, which commenced operation in 2006. Australia was one of the first countries to build a civil research reactor, in 1958. HIFAR produced most of Australia’s radioisotopes for medicine and industry from 1958 to 2007.

Australia's Electricity

Australia's Electricity (appendix to: Australia's Uranium, and nuclear power prospects). Australia is heavily dependent on coal for electricity, more so than any other developed country except Denmark and Greece. About 80% is derived from coal.

Australia's former uranium mines

Former Australian Uranium Mines.  Australian Uranium Production from Mines now Closed

Australia's U deposits and Prospective Mines

Australia's Uranium Deposits and Prospective Mines. Summary of Resources Available in Major Deposits and Prospective Mines

Australia's Uranium Mines

There are three operating uranium mines in Australia: Ranger in Northern Territory, Olympic Dam in South Australia, and Beverley with Four Mile in South Australia. Four Mile has final processing through the Beverley plant.

Radioactive waste repository & store for Australia

Australia has a relatively small amount of low-level radioactive waste and rather less volume of intermediate-level waste (ILW). A national repository for both categories of the Commonwealth's wastes is planned.

Uranium in Canada Appendix 1: Brief History of Uranium Mining in Canada

Uranium Production in Canada Appendix 1 Brief History of Uranium Mining in Canada Early uranium mining In Canada, uranium ores first came to public attention in the early 1930s when the Eldorado Gold Mining Company began operations at Port Radium, Northwest Territories,

Nuclear Power in China Appendix 1: Government Structure and Ownership

Nuclear Power in China Appendix 1: Government Structure and Ownership, listing the multitude of companies and organisations involved in China's nuclear energy scene.