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16.02.2017_No34 / News in Brief

Russia’s Rosatom Involved In Preparation Or Construction Of 19 Overseas Reactors

Plans & Construction

16 Feb (NucNet): Russia’s state nuclear corporation Rosatom was involved in the preparation or construction of 19 nuclear power reactors in eight countries in 2016, according to nuclear operator Rosenergoatom.

The units are: Belarusian-1 and -2 in Belarus, Tianwan-3 and -4 in China, Kudankulam-1 to -4 in India, Ruppur-1 and -2 in Bangladesh, Paks-5 and -6 in Hungary, Akkuyu-1 to -4 in Turkey, Hanhikivi-1 in Finland and Bushehr-2 and -3 in Iran.

Rosatom is also taking part in tenders for the construction of about 23 reactors abroad, Rosenergoatom said. Rosatom’s total portfolio of foreign orders is over $133bn (€124bn), an increase from $110.4bn at the end of 2015.

Rosatom said it expects a portfolio of foreign orders in 2030 in excess of $300bn.

Related reports in the NucNet database (available to subscribers): Russia Has Resumed Preparations For Turkey Nuclear Plant Construction, Says Rosatom (News in Brief No.11, 16 January 2017)

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