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  • moosefromoz moosefromoz Feb 22, 2013 11:46 PM Flag

    GLE submitted an Expression of Interest to the US Department of Energy on 21st. February

    Will USEC make any money from this if the sale goes ahead?
    REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST FOR
    DOE PADUCAH GASEOUS DIFFUSION PLANT FACILITIES
    AND DOE DEPLETED AND OFF-SPECIFICATION UF6 INVENTORIES
    The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) is requesting expressions of interest (EOIs) from industry
    related to the following, either separately or in combination:
     Lease or purchase of DOE Paducah Gaseous Diffusion Plant (PGDP) facilities or land near
    Paducah, Kentucky, either to continue the use of the facilities to enrich uranium, or
    separately for other nuclear fuel industry applications (e.g., analytical laboratory, uranium
    transfer and shipping facility) or to utilize individual facilities (e.g., buildings, warehouses,
    machine shops, utilities) for other commercial purposes.
     Purchase, exchange, or transfer of various lots of uranium hexafluoride (UF6) inventories in
    standard and non-standard cylinders from the DOE PGDP and the DOE Portsmouth Gaseous
    Diffusion Plant (PORTS). These inventories include large amounts of high-assay depleted
    UF6 (DUF6) and smaller amounts of slightly enriched and normal assay off-specification
    UF6. All of these materials are free from any prior obligations. In addition, DOE also has
    large amounts of low-assay DUF6 available. This request for EOIs pertains only to the
    inventories of uranium identified in this EOI and no other DOE uranium inventories; for
    example, it does not pertain to DOE inventories of natural UF6 and is unrelated to the
    ongoing transfer of UF6 in exchange for cleanup work at PORTS.
     Any combination of the above two bullets (e.g., use of a portion of the DUF6 in the
    enrichment operations at the PGDP).
    The intent of this request for EOIs is to identify opportunities to create value for the U.S.
    government while lowering overall program costs for surveillance and maintenance and/or
    disposal of uranium materials.
    Responses can be provided by e-mail to Robert.Edwards@lex.doe.gov, or by mail to:
    Robert Edwards
    US Dept. of Energy
    1017 Majestic Drive
    Lexington, KY 40513
    Responses must be submitted by February 21st, 2013.

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