Nuclear

Briefs

Issue 1 and Volume 101.

Briefs

By Ann Chambers, Associate Editor

PanEnergy Power Services Inc. has acquired a 32.5 percent interest in United American Energy Corp. for an undisclosed amount.

Dieterich Standard has been purchased by Emerson Electric Co. Dieterich will operate under the Rosemount Measurement Division of Fisher-Rosemount.

Clean Diesel Technologies Inc. and Nalco Fuel Tech have announced a cooperative agreement to commercialize various diesel engine NOx-control technologies, both in the United States and abroad.

Ebara Corp., Tokyo, and Exergy Inc., California, have formed a joint-venture company to actively market Exergy`s Kalina Cycle technology to municipal and industrial waste incineration plants in Europe.

Cooper Power Systems has joined the World Wide Web community, with a home page at http://www.cooperps.com.

Framatome Technologies has successfully completed steam generator replacement work at Duke Power`s Catawba Unit 1.

Boston Edison Co. and Williams Energy Group have announced a joint venture to market electricity, natural gas and energy services to customers in six New England states.

Westinghouse Electric Corp. reports that it has set a new record during a recent refueling outage, among the 110 operating U.S. commercial plants, at Houston Lighting & Power`s South Texas Project nuclear power plant in Houston, Texas.

ABB Industrial Systems Inc.`s Drives & Metals Systems Division has broken ground for a 33,500 square-foot complex adjacent to its existing office and manufacturing facility in New Berlin, Wis.

L.K. Comstock & Company Inc. has been awarded a contract by the Walsh Construction Co. of Trumbull, Conn., for the electrical construction at a 32 MW cogeneration facility located in the Wheeling Pittsburgh Steel Corp.`s Steuben ville South plant in Ohio. Developer and operator of the plant is Air Liquide America Corp.

AYP Energy has purchased 50 percent ownership of Fort Martin Power Station in Morgantown, W.Va., from Duquesne Light and Power Co. for a reported $170 million.