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CONCLUSION OF HEARINGS

Senator MCCLURE. That concludes the hearings. The subcommittee will recess and reconvene at the call of the Chair.

(Whereupon, at 12:25 p.m. Tuesday, July 26, the hearings were concluded and the subcommittee was recessed to reconvene at the call of the Chair.)

LIST OF WITNESSES, COMMUNICATIONS, AND

PREPARED STATEMENTS

Page Ailshie, Steve, Financial Manager, Bonneville Power Administration, Department of Energy...

623 “Assessment of Candidate Reactor Technologies for the New Production Reactor” (report).

803 Barker, Dr. Robert B., Assistant to the Secretary of Defense for Atomic Energy, Department of Energy

434 Prepared statement....

442 Clagett, William H., Administrator, Western Area Power Administration, Depart: ment of Energy: Biographical sketch

642 Prepared statement....

630 Cluff, Don, Chief, Programs Division, Directorate of Civil Works, Corps of Engineers.

1 Cross, Robert J., Administrator, Alaska Power Administration, Department of Energy: Biographical sketch

657 Prepared statement.

653 Culpepper, James W., Deputy Assistant Secretary for Planning and Resource Management, Department of Energy.

403 DeConcini, Hon. Dennis, U.S. Senator from Arizona, prepared statement.

389 Decker, Dr. James F., Acting Director, Office of Energy Research, Department of Energy

283 Biographical sketch

350 Prepared statement.

288 Doyle, John, Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Amy (Civil Works).. 1 Duncan, Robert C., Director, Defense Research and Engineering; and Chairman, Nuclear Weapons Council..

770 Prepared statement....

772 Fitzpatrick, Donna R., Assistant Secretary for Conservation and Renewable Energy, Department of Energy

257 Biographical sketches ..

282, 624 Prepared statements.

260, 624 Geisinger, Harry C., Administrator, Southeastern Power Administration, Department of Energy: Biographical sketch

652 Prepared statement.

643 Gibbs, Garry W., Acting Assistant Secretary, Environment, Safety and Health, Department of Energy

351 Biographical sketch

368 Prepared statement.

354 Gilbert, Dr. Charles F., Acting Deputy Assistant Secretary for Security Affairs, Department of Energy

403 Prepared statement..

591

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Page

768 769

1 1 26 748

623

623 629 625

403 534

Graham, William R., Science Adviser to the President; and Director, Office of
Science and Technology Policy, Executive Office of the President.

Prepared statement...
Hatch, Maj. Gen. Henry J., Director of Civil Works, Corps of Engineers
Heiberg, Lt. Gen. E.R., III, Chief, Corps of Engineers...

Prepared statement...
"HTGR Backed for Weapons Reactor” (article).
Johnson, Lee, Washington, DC, Assistant Administrator, Bonneville Power Ad-

ministration, Department of Energy.. Jura, James J., Administrator, Bonneville Power Administration, Department of Energy

Biographical sketch

Prepared statement.
Kavanaugh, Gen. Paul F., Deputy Assistant Secretary for Military Applications,
Department of Energy

Prepared statement..
Lytle, Ms. Jill E., Deputy Assistant Secretary for Nuclear Materials, Department

of Energy
Nunn, Hon. Sam, U.S. Senator from Georgia, letter from
Page, Robert W., Assistant Secretary of the Army (Civil Works).

Prepared statement..
Robertson, Jack, Deputy Administrator, Bonneville Power Administration, De-

partment of Energy..
Runyon, Marvin, Chairman, Tennessee Valley Authority

Prepared statement...
Salgado, Joseph F., Acting Deputy Secretary of Energy, Department of Energy ...

Prepared statement...
Schoettler, John H., Chairman, Energy Research Advisory Board

Prepared statement..
Seifert, Roger, Washington, DC, Deputy, Bonneville Power Administration, De-

partment of Energy..
Thurmond, Hon. Strom, U.S. Senator from South Carolina, letter from....
Wade, Troy E., II, Acting Assistant Secretary for Defense Programs, Department
of Energy

Prepared statement..
Wilkerson, Ronald H., Administrator, Southwestern Power Administration, De-
partment of Energy:

Biographical sketch
Prepared statement..

403 784

1 4

623 681 687 750 753 758 760

623 793

403 415

664 658

SUBJECT INDEX

DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY

Page
405
405
411
522
409
413
519
522
405
439
520
409
439
434

524
435
523

ATOMIC ENERGY DEFENSE ACTIVITIES
Accomplishments
Agenda, current ...
Budget request, fiscal year 1989
DOE/DOD relationship......
Employment history,
Environmental and health funding.
Hansford cleanup
Insensitive high explosives...
Missions.
Modernization
N Reactor shutdown...
New weapons production and builds..
Nonviolent disablement..
Nuclear Weapons Council..
Nuclear weapons:

Complex modernization ..
Stockpile..

Testing .
Plutonium:

Demand.

Production..
Production capacity, new
Production reactor, new
Rocky Flats facilities
Safeguards and security crosscut.
START Treaty.
Statement, summary of.
Stockpile modernization
Testing ...
Triad, value of..
Tritium requirements.
Verification:

Activities.

Joint experiment.
Waste isolation pilot plant
Weapons and nuclear materials sites...
Weapons:

410, 525

529
434
519
530
411
522
404
436
409
528
530

410

532
521, 524

407

Retirements....
Testing program..

527
440

ENERGY SUPPLY, RESEARCH, AND DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITIES
Gas turbine technology
Program direction, future
Renewable overview

283
258
257

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784
799

C Reactor embrittlement
Class IX accident.........
Competing technologies:

Comparison of

Readiness of.
Cost comparisons.
Defense Department concerns.
DOE, mission of...
Dual reactor siting, need for
Energy Research Advisory Board

Panel report...

Report shortcomings and inconsistencies
Heavy water reactor design improvements
HTGR technology, status of..
HWR and HTGR technologies, time schedules for
Light water reactor technology
Material production, use of civilian power reactor for.
New production reactor, power generation from
Nuclear power production, benefits to
Nuclear Regulatory Commission review.
Operational safety
Power, reduction in
Probabilistic risk analyses.
Production reactors:

New capacity

Risks associated with existing.
Production technologies, future direction of.
Program recommendations
Reactor:

Detailed design
Passively safe......
Siting considerations
Technologies .....

783
788
789
797
750
712
711
711
713
781
787
787
795
749
800
780
781
776
777
796

750
775
780
752

799
791
779
751

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