Rosatom Newsletter


May 2016
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Lead Story
Primary forum for the nuclear industry
Moscow will soon host yet another ATOMEXPO International Forum that will bring together global nuclear industry leaders to discuss key industry issues.
In Brief
Times: Russian nuclear industry prospering
According to the Times, Rosatom has outperformed its competitors recently and won increasingly more contracts.
Rosatom ships radioisotopes to Brazil
Rosatom’s subsidiary Izotop has begun deliveries to Brazil of iodine-131, an isotope used in diagnostics and treatment of thyroid diseases.
Heat exchangers for the chemical industry
AtomEnergoMash is the first Russian company to have made a heat exchanger for the chemical industry.
Team up for staff training
Rusatom Service and Rosatom’s Central Institute for Continuing Education and Training (CICET) had a meeting with TECNATOM (Spain).
Core equipment to be installed at Belarusian NPP
The Belarusian NPP has passed another milestone as hydraulic components of the main circulation pump were mounted in their permanent position at Unit 1.
Kudankulam NPP: great promise
Kudankulam NPP Unit 2, now under construction by Russian engineers, has passed pre-operational tests. Meanwhile, Russia and India are negotiating the construction of Units 5 and 6.
Modeling a tsunami
Mathematical emergency modeling for the first Egyptian nuclear station in El Dabaa, including a probabilistic tsunami hazard assessment, will be completed in the summer of 2017.