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The Department believes strongly in enhancing and maintaining the value of this national asset, whether in the public or private sector. Since Congress has traditionally held this same view, the basis would seem to exist for forging a consensus as to the

proper role for this country's uranium enrichment business

through the remainder of the century.

Mr. Chairman, this completes my statement.

My colleagues and I

would be pleased to respond to your questions at this time.

WITNESSES

Fitzpatrick, D. R....
Herrington, J. S......
Longenecker, J. R
Rossin, Dr. A. D
Rusche, B. C..........
San Martin, R. L .......
Smedley, E. E..
Trivelpiece, Dr. A. W
Vaughan, J. W., Jr..........
Walker, M. L...

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Alcohol Fuels .....
Babcock and Wilcox Plants..
Biennial Appropriation.
Buy American
Clean Coal
Coal Research
Compact Ignition Tokomak.
Defense Activities
Defense Production Reactors
Electricity Demand.
Energy Crisis...........
Energy Research Programs....
Energy Security Study..
Environment, Safety and Health.
Ethanol Project Plant Status...
Foreign Travel.
Geosciences......
Grant Program
High Energy Physics Research
Magnetic Fusion...
Naval Petroleum Reserves
NOVA Operation
Nuclear Energy Research..
Nuclear Waste.
Oil Import Fee
Oil Imports.
Personnel Levels
Power Marketing Administrations .
Prefinancing..
Repayment Reform
Reprogrammings .....
Research and Development.
Research Funding
Revenues .......
Secretary of Energy
Solar and Renewables .....
Solar Energy Program
Statement of John S. Herrington
Strategic Defense Initiative
Strategic Petroleum Reserve.
Superconducting Super Collider
TVA Demand Charge
University Facilities ......
University Research Funding.
Uranium Enrichment
Waste Management .......
Water Cooled Breeder Reactor
WNP-1 Conversion
Women and Minorities

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Nuclear Fission Research Program Advanced Control Test Operation ...... Advanced High Temperature Gas Reactors.....

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Advanced Light Water Reactor Program.....
Advanced Nuclear Systems .
Advanced Reactor Research and Development
Advanced Reactors
Allocation of Funds
Argonne National Laboratory-West (ANL-W).
Biography of Dr. A. David Rossin ........
Breeder Reactors.
Budget Priorities
Byproducts Utilization
Capital Equipment..........
Changes to Preliminary Budget Guidance Funding Levels..
Construction Projects.
Cost of Regional Irradiator Facilities..
Defense Activities ..........
Demonstration Projects ....
Dynamic Isotope Power System (DIPS)
Energy Technology Engineering Center (ETEC).
Facilities .....
Formerly Utilized Sites Remedial Action Project
Fuel Cycle Technology
FY 1987 and FY 1988 LMR Program Funding Allocation.
Grand Junction Remedial Action Project ....
Hanford Engineering Development Laboratory (HEDL)..
High Flux Isotope Reactor
High Temperature Gas-Cooled Reactor
Impact of Remedial Action Program Reductions
International Activities
International Nuclear Programs
Light Water Reactors ...
Liquid Metal Converter Reactor
List of TMI Accomplishments
LMR Design
LMR Technology
Low-Level Waste Program
Metal Fuel R&D
Modular HTGR..
Multimegawatt Space Nuclear Power Project
Multimegawatt Terrestrial Powerplant Project......
Nuclear Energy Program Major Facilities........
Nuclear Energy Program Budget and Staff levels.
Nuclear Energy Program Major Facilities ..
Nuclear Energy Research and Development..
Nuclear Fission........
Nuclear Generating Units in the U.S........
Nuclear Plant Applications.......
Nuclear Plant Orders.........
Nuclear Plants Standardization.
Opening Statement......
Overview .
Reactor Safety
Remedial Action and Waste Technology
Remedial Action Program .......
Remedial Action Project Schedules............

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