Rosatom’s subsidiary to invest $401.4 mln into development of Arctic lead-zinc ore deposit
Oct20

Rosatom’s subsidiary to invest $401.4 mln into development of Arctic lead-zinc ore deposit

25 bln rubles ($401.4 mln) will be needed to execute Pavlovskoe lead-zinc ore deposit development project on the Novaya Zemlya archipelago in the Arctic Ocean, Chief Executive of First Ore Mining Company [subsidiary of Russian state corporation Rosatom – TASS] Alexander Lukin told TASS on Wednesday. “About 3 bln rubles have already been spent for creation of Russia’s northernmost facility for mining and processing of...

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Rosatom ready to cast ‘first concrete’ for 2nd stage of NPP Kudnakulam in India
Sep26

Rosatom ready to cast ‘first concrete’ for 2nd stage of NPP Kudnakulam in India

Russian nuclear corporation Rosatom is getting ready to cast “first concrete” at the construction site of units N3 and N4 of the nuclear power plant Kudankulam in India, head of the state corporation Sergei Kirienko said at the 60th Annual Regular Session of the IAEA General Conference. “We are preparing the first concrete for units N3 and N4 of this plant and until the end of the year we expect to sign documents for...

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Work to recommence on Turkish nuclear plant after thaw
Jul01

Work to recommence on Turkish nuclear plant after thaw

The Akkuyu nuclear power plant in Turkey is set to re-commence after diplomatic relations were restored with Russia. Russia’s International Atomic Energy Agency envoy Vladimir Voronkov told Sputnik International, “”I think the issue of Akkuyu will move forward now.” Work on the planned Russian-built nuclear power plant came to a halt at the end of last year with speculation that Turkey was assessing other potential...

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Moscow Highlights Strategic Partnership with Riyadh, Readiness to Contribute to the Construction of 16 NPP in KSA
Jun29

Moscow Highlights Strategic Partnership with Riyadh, Readiness to Contribute to the Construction of 16 NPP in KSA

During a press briefing for forum ATOMEXPO 2016, held lately in Moscow, a Russian Nuclear Energy Expert told Asharq Al-Awsat newspaper that the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is considered by Russian State Atomic Corporation ROSATOM as an important foreign partner in the field of nuclear energy. He also pointed out that Moscow is ready to contribute to the construction of 16 nuclear power plants in Riyadh, in accordance with the agreement on...

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Russian nuclear firm on course to win 610MW
Jun29

Russian nuclear firm on course to win 610MW

Russian nuclear firm Rosatom plans to invest about RUB 83 billion (€1.1 billion) to construct 610MW of wind power plants in Russia by 2020. According to a spokesman for the Russian industry and trade ministry, VetroOGK, the wind energy subsidiary of Rosatom, filed the applications as part of a renewable energy tender. The firm is set to commission three wind power projects with a total of 150MW by 2018; a further ten projects...

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