AREVA awarded enriched uranium contract in Ukraine
April 24, 2015
AREVA has signed a contract with Ukrainian utility ENERGOATOM, for the supply of enriched uranium, to be used in local nuclear power plants. This is the first enriched uranium contract awarded to AREVA by ENERGOATOM.
The first batches will be delivered in 2015.
Olivier Wantz, Head of AREVA’s Front End business group, said: “AREVA is delighted that ENERGOATOM has entrusted our group with this key component of their nuclear fuel procurement. This contract demonstrates our capacity to win the confidence of new customers.”
AREVA is the leading nuclear actor serving more than 300 reactors across the globe.
More about ENERGOATOM
ENERGOATOM is an Ukrainian State owned company that was established in 1996. It operates Ukraine’s four nuclear power plants (South Ukraine, Zaporozhe, Rovno and Khmelnitsky NPP) for a total installed capacity of 13,168 MWe.