Rolls-Royce / Company ‘Assessing International Civilian Nuclear Operations’

By David Dalton
22 August 2019

Company ‘Assessing International Civilian Nuclear Operations’
The deal would not include work on Hinkley Point Point C and small modular reactors (pictured). Photo courtesy Rolls-Royce.
Rolls-Royce is assessing the future of its international civilian nuclear operations, amid media reports that it is negotiating two separate deals worth a combined total of about £200m.

The company is reportedly in discussions with a consortium led by France-based Framatome, a subsidiary of EDF, while it is also attempting to sell its other international civil nuclear operations to a private equity firm in the US.

However, Rolls-Royce officials have only confirmed that the group is “carrying out a review of options of the mainly non-UK parts of its civil nuclear business”.

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