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Russian Atomic Energy Corporation Rosatom hosted a workshop on its thermal capabilities, ‘Modern Russian Technologies for Thermal Power Engineering in Africa’ during POWER-GEN Africa conference and exhibition held in Cape Town from July 15-17, 2015. The workshop discussed prospects of cooperation in the sphere of energy development in Africa, highlighting the benefits of Russian power engineering technologies. It was attended by over 170 representatives from African large and medium companies... »
After 18 days of intense and often fractious negotiation, world powers and Iran struck a landmark deal Tuesday to curb Iran’s nuclear program in exchange for billions of dollars in relief from international sanctions — an agreement designed to avert the threat of a nuclear-armed Iran and another U.S. military intervention in the Muslim world. The accord will keep Iran from producing enough material for an atomic weapon for at... »
Russia and Myanmar have signed a MoU for cooperation in peaceful use of nuclear energy during the International Economic Forum held at St. Petersburg recently. This document lays the legal foundation for interaction between two countries in the area of nuclear energy. A similar MoU was also signed between Russia and Saudi Arabia during the forum. S. Kirienko, CEO of Russia’s State Corporation- ROSATOM and Prof. Aung Kyaw Myat, Minister... »
A group of Bangladeshi journalists attended the recently concluded International Atomic Energy Conference, ATOMEXPO-2015 in Moscow. Valery Limarenko, Director General of NIAEP, sister concern of Rosatom had an interaction session with the Bangladeshi journalists, where he shared many important issues regarding Rooppur NPP. It may be mentioned here that NIAEP has been assigned to do the feasibility study of the Rooppur site, engineering design of the project, physical work at... »
The government is now set to embark on a mission to start talks with Russia about the arrangement of credit for the country’s first-ever nuclear power project. Prime Minister’s Economic Affairs Adviser Dr. Mashiur Rahman will lead a financial team scheduled to start its visit to Moscow from June 13 for ensuring a credit to the tune of $10-12 billion dollars for installing the Rooppur Nuclear Power Plant (RNPP) in... »
The 7th international nuclear energy forum ATOMEXPO-2015 held in Moscow has identified the main directions of the global nuclear industry development, shift of growth, increasing demand for safety and lower price. Organised by the Russian state nuclear corporation – Rosatom, the forum was dedicated to the topic “Nuclear Energy as An Impulse for Socio-Economic Development.” According to Kirill Kamarov, First Deputy CEO of Rosatom, out of 47 participating countries 17... »
The National Assembly of Armenia approved two agreements signed with Rosatom, Russian national nuclear body envisaging the upgrading of the Metsamor NPP, country’s sole nuclear power plant and Russianfinancial assistance for its maintenance work. The first agreement pertaining to upgrading and prolongation of life span of the nuke plant up to 2026 was signed by Energy Minister of Armenia Yervand Zakharyan and Rosatom’s Director General Sergey Kirienko in December 2014.The... »
The 2400-megawatt Rooppur nuclear power project is likely to cost around $10 billion, more than three times the initial estimate of the government. The project’s Russian developer Rosatom has been dropping hints since last year that the cost may go up to $10 billion. A couple of years ago the government had estimated that the plant would cost between $2 billion and $3 billion. The government and Rosatom have been... »
The Second unit of Kudankulam nuclear power plant, constructed with Russian assistance in Tamilnadu of India will be commission shortly. The construction of the power unit has already been completed and final adjustment of equipments are being done at the moment. The unit with 1,000MW capacity will have Russian VVER-1000 type reactor. Russia’s state nuclear power corporation- Rosatom’s First Deputy CEO for Operations Management Alexander Lokshin told the journalists during... »
Russia has been notoriously brazen in using state-owned companies as instruments of national power. President Vladimir Putin’s natural-gas wars with Belarus and Ukraine made headlines and sometimes left substantial parts of Europe in the cold. But Moscow’s exploits in other energy-related areas have been less noticed. Recent revelations about the concerted Russian effort to buy up uranium resources across the globe may change that. For Moscow’s state-owned nuclear-energy company, Rosatom,... »