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theenergynet on 2010-02-01"A problem with a pump at Oyster Creek Generating Station resulted in a violation by the plant's operators, Exelon Nuclear.
A Nuclear Regulatory Commission inspection report of Oyster Creek revealed a "very low safety significance" finding.
A letter from Ronald R. Bellamy, the NRC's chief Projects Branch 6 Division of Reactor Projects, to Exelon Generation Co. Senior Vice President Charles G. Pardee, stated that the agency's inspection was completed on Dec. 31, 2009.
"The report documents one self-revealing finding of very low safety significance that was determined to involve a violation of NRC requirements," the letter states.
Bellamy states in the letter that the NRC is treating the finding as "a noncited violation.""