[ RadSafe ] Sealed Source Export
Dan W McCarn
hotgreenchile at gmail.com
Mon Sep 21 00:12:58 CDT 2009
That is an interesting question.
Ask the national authority of the Country in question... e.g. CNEN - Brazi;
CNEA - Argentina. The recipient will definitely need a license before the
source can be shipped. And I think that the NRC has an international office
that handles export licenses.
Looking at CNEN's site, they clearly state the companies and license numbers
for several companies e.g. SCHLUMBERGER SERVICOS DE PETROLEO LTDA, BAKER
HUGHES DO BRASIL LTDA, HALLIBURTON SERVICOS LTDA, etc.
Dan W McCarn, Geologist
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From: radsafe-bounces at radlab.nl [mailto:radsafe-bounces at radlab.nl] On Behalf
Of Syd H. Levine
Sent: Sunday, September 20, 2009 19:31
To: radsafe at radlab.nl
Subject: [ RadSafe ] Sealed Source Export
Who would one use to get the paperwork right for the export of a sealed well
logging source to South America? I have done this sort of thing in the
past, but the last one I was involved in was to Canada, and it was a
nightmare post 9-11. I would not attempt to do one to South America
nowadays. Are there any freight forwarders or export agents with the
expertise to handle this? What could one expect such services to cost?
Syd H. Levine
AnaLog Services, Inc.
Phone: (270) 276-5671
Telefax: (270) 276-5588
E-mail: analog at logwell.com
Web URL: www.logwell.com
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