Rosatom Newsletter


July 2015
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Lead Story
Deeply impressed
Rosatom carries on developing ties with international partners despite a tense political situation, presenting its product offering and providing an opportunity to see everything with their own eyes. Despite sanctions against Russia, resident representatives to international organizations in Vienna visited the Rostov Nuclear Power Plant and Atommash. Earlier, they visited the Kalinin NPP and Atomflot.
In Brief
Russia-Kazakhstan cooperation
Askar Zhumagaliev, Kazatomprom Chairman of the Management Board, and Rosatom CEO Sergei Kirienko discussed cooperation opportunities at a meeting in Moscow.
Custom-made pellets
Representatives of NFC (India) inspected the fuel pellet production at Elemash (a TVEL Group company).
Shipment to China
The Scientific and Engineering Center (SNIIP, a subsidiary of Atomenergomash, Rosatom's nuclear engineering division) will supply a diagnostics, monitoring and control system and an automated radiation monitoring system for Tianwan NPP Units 3 and 4.
Iraq to be helped with waste
NUKEM, a German subsidiary of the Atomstroyexport engineering company, won a nuclear waste management contract in Iraq
In Focus
Unique welding job
Construction of a new generation icebreaker goes full tilt. A unique job was done at ZiO-Podolsk to weld reactor vessel components.
On the homestretch
Novovoronezh NPP-2 Unit 1 will be ready for start-up in December, Rosatom CEO announced during the site visit.