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Wood wins $4.6 Mmillion contract to lead next phase of UK ‘virtual’ nuclear research project

15 mei 2019

15 May (NucNet): Scotland-based energy services company Wood has been appointed by the UK government to lead the second phase of a nuclear research project that aims to demonstrate significant cost savings in the design, construction, operation and decommissioning of nuclear power reactors.

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