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Contract for Hinkley Point C reactor internals

Corporate

13 July 2018

Škoda JS of the Czech Republic will manufacture and supply two sets of EPR reactor pressure vessel internals for the Hinkley Point C nuclear power plant project in the UK under a contract signed with France's Framatome. The contract - the value of which was not disclosed - includes the core basket, heavy reflector and the upper internals.

Bruce Power, Rolls-Royce deepen digital collaboration

Corporate

11 July 2018

Bruce B aerial - 48British engineering group Rolls-Royce has signed a memorandum of understanding with Canada's Bruce Power to deepen their cooperation in digital technology. The agreement expands the two companies' T-104 programme, under which Rolls-Royce's T-104 technology has been implemented to optimise the operational lifetime of Bruce Power's nuclear power plants as part of Bruce's Life-Extension Programme.

Urenco to enrich reprocessed uranium

Uranium and Fuel

05 July 2018

Urenco_EDF_signing-(Urenco)-48Urenco is to provide enrichment services to EDF to support the recycling of uranium recovered from used nuclear fuel in French nuclear reactors under a new contract announced yesterday.

Rooppur rail link contract signed

Corporate

12 July 2018

A Bangladesh-Indian joint venture is to build a new 26.5 kilometre railway link from the Rooppur nuclear power plant to Ishwardi under a contract signed in Dhaka on 10 July. The contract is to be completed within 18 months.

Yellow Cake makes first uranium purchase

Uranium and Fuel

09 July 2018

Kazakh uranium producer NAC Kazatomprom has made its first delivery to London-based Yellow Cake plc under a long-term contract between the two companies. The sale follows Yellow Cake's floatation on the London Stock Exchange's AIM market and represents more than a quarter of Kazatomprom's 2018 uranium production.

ATS to provide automated solutions for Bruce detube

Corporate

05 July 2018

ATS_groundbreaking_Oct2017_(Bruce)-48Cambridge, Ontario-based company ATS Automation Systems has received a CAD60 million (USD46 million) order booking to design and deliver innovative automated reactor component removal tools for Bruce Power's Major Component Replacement programme. The order is to be delivered over the next 18 months.