Shaw bags Wolf Creek’s nuclear power plant contract in Burlington

Shaw bags Wolf Creek’s nuclear power plant contract in Burlington

9:23 AM, 17th May 2012
Shaw bags Wolf Creek’s nuclear power plant contract in Burlington
Wolf Creek power generating station in Burlington, Kansas.

BATON ROUGE, US: The Shaw Group has signed a new contract with Wolf Creek Nuclear Operating Corporation to provide maintenance and other support services to its nuclear power plant northeast of Burlington, Kansas, US. The Wolf Creek Generating Station provides energy for approximately 800,000 residences in Kansas and Missouri.

“Our resume of nuclear maintenance work has prepared us to help Wolf Creek Nuclear Operating Corporation advance their goals of producing safe, reliable, cost-competitive electricity. Operating a single-unit nuclear power plant can present unique challenges, and we are confident that Shaw’s experience serving other single-unit plants will benefit Wolf Creek and their customers,” said Ron McCall, President, Plant Services Division, Shaw.

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