A special quest will precede the round-table discussion ‘Building Competencies for Emerging and Expanding Nuclear Countries’. This round-table meeting will be organized from 2:30 PM till 4:30 PM on May 14 in the Orange Hall of the Main Media Center.
To take part in the Build Your Nuclear Infrastructure quest game, guests of the Forum will have to install a mobile application under the same name. To complete the quest, they will have to collect elements of the nuclear infrastructure (legal framework, stakeholder engagement, security, protection, etc.) at different ATOMEXPO exhibition stands. The final stage of the quest will take place at the of RosEnergoAtom stand.
Rusatom Service, provider of maintenance and upgrade services for nuclear power plants, will organize the round-table discussion. It will be focused on the development of nuclear infrastructure by emerging and expanding nuclear countries. Participants and guests of the meeting will learn more about the best industry practices in nuclear infrastructure development, potential problems facing emerging nuclear countries, and ways to mitigate risks.
Reports at the discussion will be made by Alexei Ferapontov, Deputy Director of Russian regulatory agency Rostechnadzor, Dr. Mohamed Chookah, ENEC Executive Director for Nuclear Fuel Procurement, Lilia Dulinets, Deputy Director of the Nuclear Energy Department of the Belarusian Ministry of Energy, and Kirill Komarov, Rosatom’s Deputy CEO for Corporate Development and International Business. In addition, a joint report will be presented by Tatiana Terentieva, Director of Rosatom’s HR Department, and Evgeny Salkov, CEO of Rusatom Service.