NTPBMR Project

    NTPBMR (Nuclear Technology Pebble Bed Modular Reactor) Project: Scope Document

    Broadly speaking the scope of the project which is the subject of this introductory webpage is for the licensing and Construction of our Gas-Cooled, Pebble Bed Single Container, Nuclear Power Plant Project. The project also includes the design, licensing and construction of all the manufacturing facilities required to allow IDFS, INC. and the members of the Alliance to fabricate all of the components of the NTPBMR modules in the U.S. The following is an outline of the Scope of the NTPBMR PROJECT

    1. NRC Regulatory Issues:

    Required prior to Pre-Application to license and build a Nuclear Power Plant using the Pebble Bed Modular Reactor technology perfected by the Germans in the 70’s and 80’s. The preliminary research is mainly in the area of Nuclear Engineering as it relates to the Pebble Bed Nuclear Reactor. There are a number of issues which the NRC insists be clarified prior to the issuance of an Early Site Permit for a prototype Pebble-Bed Nuclear Reactor. The issue of the ability of the PBMR to remain sub-critical, in the event of loss of coolant. We intend to show this in one of our trial runs on our prototype reactor.

    2. Content Management System:

    The creation and maintenance of the Content Management System for the NTPBMR Project is one of it’s most critical components. We intend the content management system to reside on a Linux cluster powered by Dell Server Blades. The User Interface (UI) to be used will be a Free Software Foundation Integrated Software Development (IDE) environment created by IBM in the late nineties called Eclipse. Eclipse is a Java powered IDE which is easily extended. The secure portions of the system will ultimately be carried on optical fiber only without the use of TCP/IP.
    The content management system, the Project information, the Project Documentation and the CAD files will all be generated under the corporate name of Advanced Software Development, Inc., (ASD) a sister company of Land and Sea Enterprises, Inc.
    ASD will also develop the Web sites and the communication infrastructure between the various vendors, Manufacturing facilities, Engineers and Scientists.

    3. Public Awareness, Education and Communication:

    The biggest obstacle in the path to the conversion of the production of energy through the burning of coal and hydrocarbons to Nuclear Power is the public perception that the Nuclear Power Industry is dangerous, radioactive and causes proliferation. We will be creating an independent, non-profit, organization which will provide real information to the public about Nuclear Power and the enhancements to containment and proliferation which are inherent in the NTPBMR Project. The broad scope of this information, education and communication department will be:

    • Plan, manage, create and implement communications supporting the building of the prototype NTPBMR. Strategy includes coordinated advertising and community outreach; creation of educational,
      informational and other communications materials; campaign to sustain and strengthen existing strong community support; and efforts to proactively neutralize the substantial opposition anticipated.
    • Develop Public Awareness of the ongoing LEED certification program being inaugurated for our Prototype Nuclear Power Project in South East Texas.
    • Design and develop public access web site for Nuclear Technologies, Inc. Provide user-friendly approach to Web-site navigation.
    • Host video crews, reporters and official delegations (regularly, for U.S. State Department) from Japan, Australia, Russia, plus NASA and other U.S. agencies.
    • Develop corporate brochure, pamphlets, fact sheets, backgrounders and other publications and presentations.
    • Develop guidelines for online crisis communications.
    • Manage crisis communications. Meet with executives, and write and control all external and internal communications.

    4. Manpower Training Program:

    The nuclear renaissance will not be possible without a comprehensive educational and training program.The following is an abbreviated list of the Junior Colleges and Universities which have agreed in principle to partner up with us to provide the Technical training and Academic Training which will be required to staff the manpower required to launch the Nuclear Renaissance whose epicenter will be in the Golden Triangle area of South-East Texas.

    • Lone Star College System: is made up of five comprehensive community campuses located throughout the North Houston metro area of Texas serving 1,400 square miles in Harris and Montgomery Counties.
      • Lone Star College-CyFair
      • Lone Star College-Kingwood
      • Lone Star College-Montgomery
      • Lone Star College-North Harris
      • Lone Star College-Tomball (This College will move to the newly acquired campus. This new campus is the old Corporate headquarters for Conpac Computers which is now a part of Hewlett-Packert.
      • Six satellite centers:
        • Lone Star College-Carver Center, Acres Home Community
        • Lone Star College-Greenspoint Center, Greater Greenspoint
        • Lone Star College-EMCID Center, New Caney
        • Lone Star College-Conroe Center, Conroe
        • Lone Star College-Willow Chase Center, Tomball
        • Lone Star College-Fairbanks Center, Cypress-Fairbanks
      • University center: Lone Star College-University Center

    • Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees with partner universities
      • Texas University System Campuses: Each university, college and institute within The Texas State University System is unique in its own way and is highlighted within this website. Additional literature is available from each institution, and contact information is referenced within each section featured.
        • Lamar University
        • Sam Houston State University
        • Sul Ross State University
        • Sul Ross State University Rio Grand College
        • Texas State university-San Marcos
        • Lamar Institute of Technology
        • Lamar State College-Orange
        • Lamar State College-Port Arthur

      • Texas A&M Nuclear Department: The Texas A&M Nuclear Engineering Department is currently the largest in the USA, with 257 undergraduate and 94 graduate students. The Texas A&M academic program educates and prepares nuclear professionals for careers that span the full range of this extraordinary technical discipline.
      • M.I.T. Nuclear Department: The M.I.T. Nuclear Department presently consists of 28 faculty members and senior research staff, 101 graduate and 48 undergraduate students. The curriculum includes over subjects of instructions leading to the B.S., M.S., N.E., and Ph.D. degrees. Our goal is to educate individuals to become future leaders and make fundamental contributions in each of the following programs.

    5. Manpower Staffing and Administration Program:

    In order to satisfy the manpower requirements for the R&D and the construction of the NTPBMR Project we will need to set in place a comprehensive manpower staffing and Administration Corporation. We are presently considering modeling our Manpower Corporation on the structure of Administaff (now http://www.insperity.com/) to provide the framework for the staffing company which would be able to supply us with the manpower to power the world-wide Nuclear Renaissance.

    6. Ethic, Six Sigma and Total Quality Management:

    The downfall of the initial attempt at creating energy with the use of Nuclear Energy was the lack of a comprehensive system of ethical requirement through the industry. Because Nuclear power production arose out of the programs inaugurated by the Nuclear navy Department of Defense, it became by nature very secretive and proprietary. This compartmentalization led to the accident at Three Mile island.

    • Ethics: The lack of ethics in our modern business world is striking. We believe that it is possible to develop a business model for the NTPBMR Project which is based on the long-range goals of the global community and does not involve any motivation attached to personal gain. Every individual or corporation involved with the NTPBMR Project will be required to sign the ethics document which is attached. Land and Sea Enterprises, Inc. will create a more comprehensive document to satisfy the requirements for IAEA with regards to Nuclear proliferation.
    • Six Sigma: A business management strategy, initially implemented by Motorola, that today enjoys widespread application in many sectors of industry. Six Sigma seeks to improve the quality of process outputs by identifying and removing the causes of defects (errors) and variation in manufacturing and business processes. It uses a set of quality management methods, including statistical methods, and creates a special infrastructure of people within the organization (“Black Belts” etc.) who are experts in these methods. Each Six Sigma project carried out within an organization follows a defined sequence of steps and has quantified financial targets (cost reduction or profit increase).
    • Capability Maturity Models Integration (CMMI) is a process improvement approach that provides organizations with the essential elements of effective processes. It can be used to guide process improvement across a project, a division, or an entire organization. CMMI helps integrate traditionally separate organizational functions, set process improvement goals and priorities, provide guidance for quality processes, and provide a point of reference for appraising current processes.
    • Total Quality Management: Holistic approach to long-term success that views continuous improvement in all aspects of an organization as a journey and not as a short-term destination. It aims to radically transform the organization through progressive changes in the attitudes, practices, structures, and systems. TQM transcends the ‘product quality’ approach, involves everyone in the organization, and encompasses its every function administration, communications, distribution, manufacturing, marketing, planning, training, etc. Coined by the US Naval Air Systems Command in early 1980s, this term has now taken on several meanings and includes:
      • Commitment and direct involvement of highest-level executives in setting quality goals and policies, allocation of resources, and monitoring of results,
      • Realization that transforming an organization means fundamental changes in basic beliefs and practices and that this transformation is everyone’s job
      • Building quality into products and practices right from the beginning doing things right the first time
      • Understanding of the changing needs of the internal and external customers, and stakeholders, and satisfying them in a cost effective manner
      • Instituting leadership in place of mere supervision so that every individual performs in the best possible manner to improve quality and productivity, thereby continually reducing total cost
      • Eliminating barriers between people and departments so that they work as teams to achieve common objectives
      • Instituting flexible programs for training and education, and providing meaningful measures of performance that guide the self-improvement efforts of everyone involved

    7. LEED Certification:

    The LEED green building certification system is the foremost program for the design, construction and operation of green buildings. The U.S. Green Building Council’s LEED rating system is the preeminent program for the design, construction and operation of green buildings. 35,000 projects are currently participating in the LEED system, comprising over 4.5 billion square feet of construction space. It is our intention to acquire LEED Certification for our NTPBMR Prototype project. This certification, plus a large public awareness program will go a long way towards our goal to make the public aware that Nuclear Power is the Greenest form of energy available.

    8. Analysis For Site Selection (NRC):

    Several sites must be selected by the Applicant prior to submittal to NRC and the preferred site must be clearly indicated in the Application. A site must be selected for our prototype in such a manner that the prototype can ultimately reside on the site of a licensed, operational Pebble-Bed Nuclear Power Plant. In the Environmental Report submitted to the NRC the applicant is required to compare the merits of at least two alternate sites. Attempts will be made to waive the requirement for alternate site considerations.

    Preliminary design for site Engineering taking into effect the environmental issues associated with the construction of a Nuclear Power Plant. Work with TCEQ on SWPPP issues which are particular to our project.
    A geotechnical analysis of the site must be undertaken prior to the Engineering of the foundation of the Power Plant. The Nuclear Power Plant underpinning should rest on bedrock. If bedrock is deeper than 50 feet below grade, special consideration will be given in order to build the foundation on top of drilled piers which are in contact with bedrock. The pier formation and design to be used shall be thoroughly investigated before the plan is submitted to the NRC for approval.

    9. Design/Build a Switchyard to Build the Nuclear power Plants:

    It is our intention in the construction of new modules on existing Nuclear Power Plant sites to bring in all the material by rail. We will establish, design and construct a private railhead and switchyard to allow us to feed the building materials from the railcars to the construction areas by a material handling system to be designed and built with the co-operation of FMC. Technologies and (Concrete Batch Plant Supplier)

    10. Design and Build an Excavator for Power Plant:

    It is our intention to work with FMC Technologies to design and construct a special type of excavation system to be used on an existing power plant site to build the NTPBMR.
    FMC Technologies, Inc. (NYSE:FTI) is a leading global provider of technology solutions for the energy industry and other industrial markets. The Company designs, manufactures and services technologically sophisticated systems and products such as subsea production and processing systems, surface wellhead systems, high pressure fluid control equipment, measurement solutions, and marine loading systems for the oil and gas industry.

    This excavation system must be able to excavate to a depth of eighty feet and posses a conveyer system to load the spoil materials into a rail car in our specially designed rail-yard.

    11. Design and Build the Prototype Concrete Batch Plant:

    The design of the Concrete batch plant system shall have the following specifications:

    • Will be portable to the extent that it will be able to be assembled on site from components brought in on specially designed rail cars and assembled on one of the existing power plant sites or a new Nuclear site
    • Will be able to receive the sand, gravel and Portland cement from rail cars in our specially designed construction rail-yard without having to move the materials by trucks.
    • The mixed concrete will be delivered to the pumping system by a system of conveyor belt or chain driven buckets.
    • The concrete construction, on the Nuclear power site must be able to be accomplished without the use of trucks.

    12. Strategic Partnership with Entergy:

    It is our intention to build the prototype reactor within the energy supply area of Entergy. Preliminary discussion have been held with Entergy, in the Houston area, and positive feedback has been obtained. This joint venture will be between Nuclear Technologies, Inc. and Entergy. Nuclear Technology will develop the Technology of High Temperature and high horsepower gas turbines and Entergy will build the extension to the grid.

    13. Joint Venture with CBI (Shaw Group):

    CBI (The Shaw Group) holds the patent to the most advanced method for bending large diameter piping by using selectively heating a small portion of the pipe and applying a bending moment on the pipe under a large compressive load. This technology allows for bending of large diameter pipes without the adverse thinning on the large radius side of the bend. We intend to form a Joint Venture with the Shaw Group to develop the Helium Supply System, the Carbon Dioxide Fire Suppression System and the Water Cooling system for the Turbines.

    14. Joint Venture with Westinghouse.

    Westinghouse is the most important player in the Nuclear Fabrication process. Westinghouse has recently formed a joint venture with Shaw Group to build aa assembly plant in lake Charles Louisiana to assemble the AP1000. It is our intention to form a Joint Venture with Westinghouse to supply them with the reactor vessels, the pressurizers and the steam generator vessels.

    15. Joint Venture with South African Power Company:

    The extent to which we will be able to access the knowledge base of the South Africans is unclear at this time. We have tow contacts with the South African Power Company, Escom. Preliminary inquiries have shown the reluctance of the South Africans to partner with American Companies since their desire is to create a process with South African Content only. However the economic climate has forced the South African Government to cancel the funding for the PBMR Project and they may be more receptive in the future. Our South African contact, Mr. Denis Langenhoven is in the process of re-opening lines of communication with Eskom.

    16. Licensing Contracts with Power Plants in Decon status:

    The acquisition of licensing contracts with the 14 sites which are in some form of Decommissioning will give us an entry into the NRC licensing process for new Nuclear Power Plants. The possibility of creating a new set of CFR’s for the licensing, construction and operation of a new Nuclear Power Plant will be greatly improved if all 14 existing decommissioning sites are on board of this project. Land and Sea Enterprises, Inc. and Nuclear Technologies, Inc. intend to establish a new set of CFR’s for the licensing and construction of the NTPBMR Project.

    17. Project Management Contracts with existing Nuclear Operator:

    The acquisition of a new set of CFR’s for the Construction and operation of a new Nuclear power plant will be greatly improved if all 104 existing power plants and on board of this project. Land and Sea Enterprises, Inc. and Nuclear Technologies, Inc. intend to establish two different sets of CFR’S for the NTPBMR Project. The first set of CFR’s will deal with the issue of licensing and construction on an existing Nuclear Power Plant site. The final set of CFR’s will deal with the broader issue of building an advanced reactor on a new site.

    18. Licensing and Construction of gas fired, helium powered plant:

    Land and Sea Enterprises, Inc., under direct funding contracts with Nuclear Technologies, Inc., Hayman Private Equity LLC. and the Utility partners involved with Nuclear Technologies, Inc., will design, Engineer, permit and construct a 110 Mwe gas (Natural Gas) fired combustion chamber which shall contain the heat exchanger to transfer the energy to the Helium gas which is to power the turbines in the gas fired plant of the same type and horsepower as the ones to be used in the NTPBMR Prototype.

    19. Code Compliance for NTPBMR Prototype Project:

    A more complete analysis of the licensing of the NTPBMR Project can be found in SECTION FIFTEEN. It is our intention to create a licensing process which will include the following regulatory Agencies:
    · Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC)
    · Department of Energy (DOE)
    · International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA)
    · International Organization of Standards (ISO)

    In the U.S. the licensing and construction process is controlled mainly by the NRC. The highlights of this process as it exists today under 10CFR 50 are outlined below:
    A. Pre-Application review. Co-ordinate all Research and Development with NRC and DOE to expedite Approval process for licensee.
    B. Issuance of Early site Permit. An early site permit will allow us to begin construction on the infrastructure components for the fuel manufacturing facility and the gas-fired power plant.
    C. Issuance of Construction permit for Fuel Fabrication Facility: The construction permit for the fuel fabrication facility will be the easiest to obtain. The manufacturing of the fuel is a necessary component in our acquisition of a new set of CFR’s for the Combined licenses required to build a new plant on an existing site.
    D. Issuance of Construction Permit for the Prototype: The prototype power plant will not be licensed under a combined license and operation permit therefore we do not anticipate large delays in the licensing of the prototype.
    E. Fuel Testing: Before the NRC will accept the containment characteristics of the fuel pebble we must manufacture some of the pebbles which will actually be used in the prototype and have these fuel elements tested to verify their ability to contain the fission fragments which are created in the fuel elements in the Nuclear Process. The testing will most likely be done at the Idaho National Lab. Verification of the containment ability of the fuel elements will allow us to move forward with our plan for the creation of a Design certification for the NTPBMR. At the same time we will be writing a new set of CFR’s to license our new technology to replace the water-cooled reactors on existing sites whose license is expiring.
    F. Design Certification: The Design Certification process will be explained in detail in Section Fifteen of this Manual. The design certification process allows us to obtain a license for the specific design configuration of the Nuclear Components of the Nuclear Power Plant Module. This license can be carried from site to site and the only other items which must be approved are the components which are site specific. The Design Certification is the final chapter in the prototype licensing.

    20. Due-Diligence on Proposed site for NTPBMR Prototype:

    The first part of the due-diligence on the Prototype construction site consists of the following items of work:
    A. Identification of the location of the Entergy grid with respect to the property in question.
    B. Identification and location of the railway and cost of construction of access point to railway to create a rail-switch yard.
    C. Identification and location of 18” gas-line to access for our gas-fired power plant.
    D. Estimate of cost to build a roadway to our property which can support construction equipment.

    21. Project Design, Project Engineering and Construction: Infrastructure:

    The following is an abbreviated list of the companies and the associated manpower requirements which will have to be created or brought into the Cameron Parish Prototype PBMR and Refinery Construction Projects.

    1. INFRASTRUCTURE FOR PROTOTYPE SITE
    · Gas Pipeline (18 inches)
    · Entergy grid extension for Power Plant
    · Railway extension to Switch yard on prototype site
    · Roadway access to prototype site
    · Creation of a water reservoir for thermal exhaust from power plant and water source for potable water.
    · Creation of Utility Districts.
    · Fresh water system and main extension
    · Sewer treatment Plant.

    2. INFRASTRUCTURE FOR CONSTRUCTION HOUSING
    · Construction of temporary housing site
    · Construction of temporary housing
    · Infrastructure connections to temporary housing.
    · Neutron testing facility

    22. Design/Build Manufacturing Facility for Fuel Pebbles:

    Before any testing of the containment ability of the silicon carbide coating of the fuel pebbles can occur we must build a manufacturing facility to fabricate the pebbles. The German firm which was originally supposed to provide the pebble manufacturing facility for the South African PBMR project will be hired to design the layout of the plant and manufacture all the subsystems for the plant to be built on the Nuclear Technology, Inc. site in South Texas. The site to be acquired in Hardin County, Jefferson County or Orange County must be large enough to accommodate the construction of the pebble bed factory, the neutron physics lab, the gas-fired power plant and the nuclear prototype.

    23. Design and Construction of Nuclear Research Center:

    Land and Sea Enterprises, Inc., under direct funding contracts with Nuclear Technologies, Inc., Hayman Private Equity LLC. and the Utility partners involved with Nuclear Technologies, Inc., will design, Engineer, permit and construct the Nuclear Research Center which will be erected on the same site as the prototype.

    24. Design/ Build Factories for primary Components of NTPBMR:

    It is our intention to design and build state of the art facilities to manufacture and assemble all the primary systems of the NTPBMR Project. The major portion of the stock of the Companies which are going to be involved in the production of the system of the NTPBMR will be owned or controlled by Nuclear Technologies, Inc. or one of it’s financing partners. Below is an abbreviated list of some of the first facilities to be built:

    A. Nuclear Graphite Fabrication Facility: Land and Sea Enterprises, Inc., under direct funding contracts with Nuclear Technologies, Inc., Hayman Private Equity LLC. and the Utility partners involved with Nuclear Technologies, Inc., will design, Engineer, permit and construct the nuclear graphite fabrication facility on a site to be designated at a latter date.

    B. Reactor Vessel: The reactor vessel is to house both the core and the heat exchanger to the helium gas which is used as the coolant in the reactor vessel and is also used to fire the gas turbines to produce electricity. The Pebble-Bed Nuclear reactor is an experimental device in the United States. Because of it’s states as an experimental device the NRC will require us to do an in depth analysis of the interaction of these pebbles with the helium gas which is used both as a coolant and a moderator. The heat transfer characteristics of the pebble-gas interface shall be investigated in detail and the results of the investigation shall be clearly documented prior to submittal to the NRC,
    Land and Sea Enterprises, Inc., under direct funding contracts with Nuclear Technologies, Inc., Hayman Private Equity LLC. and the Utility partners involved with Nuclear Technologies, Inc., will design, Engineer, permit and construct a manufacturing facility in which we will be able to forge the reactor vessels. It is our intention to be able to forge the reactor vessels for Westinghouse and G.E. for the U.S. markets.

    C. Gas Turbines: The two must important systems in a Nuclear Power Plant are the nuclear reactor vessel and the gas turbine. Much has been said about the reactor itself and nothing has been said about the turbine to be used and the possibility of co-generation. A significant amount of capital must be invested in the investigation of a single-loop system versus the use of a secondary gas loop. Detailed specifications must be written for the gas turbine and the subsystems used in the generation of power.

    D. Control Rod Systems: Land and Sea Enterprises, Inc., under direct funding contracts with Nuclear Technologies, Inc., Hayman Private Equity LLC. and the Utility partners involved with Nuclear Technologies, Inc., will design, Engineer, permit and construct the manufacturing facility which will fabricate the control rods which are going to be used in all NTPBMR reactor vessels.

    E. Instrumentation and Control Systems: Land and Sea Enterprises, Inc., under direct funding contracts with Nuclear Technologies, Inc., Hayman Private Equity LLC. and the Utility partners involved with Nuclear Technologies, Inc., will design, Engineer, permit and construct a manufacturing facility which will house the manufacturing processes involved in the instrumentation and control systems of the NTPBMR nuclear modules.

    F. Nuclear Helium Supply System Land and Sea Enterprises, Inc., under direct funding contracts with Nuclear Technologies, Inc., Hayman Private Equity LLC. and the Utility partners involved with Nuclear Technologies, Inc., will design, Engineer, permit and construct a 110 Mwe gas (Natural Gas) fired combustion chamber which shall contain the heat exchanger to transfer the energy to the Helium gas which is to power the turbines in the gas fired plant of the same type and horsepower as the ones to be used in the NTPBMR Prototype.

    G. Auxiliary Helium Nuclide Extraction System Land and Sea Enterprises, Inc., under direct funding contracts with Nuclear Technologies, Inc., Hayman Private Equity LLC. and the Utility partners involved with Nuclear Technologies, Inc., will design, Engineer, permit and construct a 110 Mwe gas (Natural Gas) fired combustion chamber which shall contain the heat exchanger to transfer the energy to the Helium gas which is to power the turbines in the gas fired plant of the same type and horsepower as the ones to be used in the NTPBMR Prototype.

    H. Nuclear Helium Storage System Land and Sea Enterprises, Inc., under direct funding contracts with Nuclear Technologies, Inc., Hayman Private Equity LLC. and the Utility partners involved with Nuclear Technologies, Inc., will design, Engineer, permit and construct a 110 Mwe gas (Natural Gas) fired combustion chamber which shall contain the heat exchanger to transfer the energy to the Helium gas which is to power the turbines in the gas fired plant of the same type and horsepower as the ones to be used in the NTPBMR Prototype.

    I. Carbon Dioxide Fire Suppression System Land and Sea Enterprises, Inc., under direct funding contracts with Nuclear Technologies, Inc., Hayman Private Equity LLC. and the Utility partners involved with Nuclear Technologies, Inc., will design, Engineer, permit and construct a 110 Mwe gas (Natural Gas) fired combustion chamber which shall contain the heat exchanger to transfer the energy to the Helium gas which is to power the turbines in the gas fired plant of the same type and horsepower as the ones to be used in the NTPBMR Prototype.

    J. Cooling Water Supply System: Land and Sea Enterprises, Inc., under direct funding contracts with Nuclear Technologies, Inc., Hayman Private Equity LLC. and the Utility partners involved with Nuclear Technologies, Inc., will design, Engineer, permit and construct a 110 Mwe gas (Natural Gas) fired combustion chamber which shall contain the heat exchanger to transfer the energy to the Helium gas which is to power the turbines in the gas fired plant of the same type and horsepower as the ones to be used in the NTPBMR Prototype.

    K. Nuclear rated Valves for Supply Systems: Land and Sea Enterprises, Inc., under direct funding contracts with Nuclear Technologies, Inc., Hayman Private Equity LLC. and the Utility partners involved with Nuclear Technologies, Inc., will design, Engineer, permit and construct a 110 Mwe gas (Natural Gas) fired combustion chamber which shall contain the heat exchanger to transfer the energy to the Helium gas which is to power the turbines in the gas fired plant of the same type and horsepower as the ones to be used in the NTPBMR Prototype.
    L. Water and Gas Pumps for Supply System: Land and Sea Enterprises, Inc., under direct funding contracts with Nuclear Technologies, Inc., Hayman Private Equity LLC. and the Utility partners involved with Nuclear Technologies, Inc., will design, Engineer, permit and construct a 110 Mwe gas (Natural Gas) fired combustion chamber which shall contain the heat exchanger to transfer the energy to the Helium gas which is to power the turbines in the gas fired plant of the same type and horsepower as the ones to be used in the NTPBMR Prototype.
    M. Nuclear Piping Penetration