Kazakhstan will spend around $10-15 thousand annually to maintain the International Nuclear Fuel Bank being established on the country's territory.
Askar Zhumagaliev has been appointed the Chairman of the Board of KazAtomProm national nuclear company of Kazakhstan.
Chairman of Kazakhstan's KazAtomProm Nurlan Kapparov has died of cardiac arrest.
Mr. Nurlan Kapparov presented a renewed strategy of the company’s development. According to him, as of now Kazakhstan is responsible for 40% of uranium produced globally.
According to Russia’s Kommersant, yesterday Chairman of the Board and Director Masashi Muromachi officially confirmed the talks with Kazakhstan.
With the projected figure at 22 830, Kazakhstan will retain its leading place among uranium producers.
May 29 RosAtom and KazAtomProm signed an MoU on cooperation to construct a nuclear power plant relying on Russia-made pressurized-water reactors capable of 300-1200 megawatt.
President of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev has had a meeting with Vladimir Shkolnik, Chairman of KazAtomProm, Kazakhstan nuclear company.
We are working to launch a facility capable of feeding 40 nuclear power plants: KazAtomProm National Uranium Company Chairman of the Board.
Uranium production output in Kazakhstan made up 20 900 tons in 2012.
The JV can provide uranium enrichment services worth up to 5 million SWU.
A new uranium conversion plant will be built in Ulba Metallurgical Plant in Ust-Kamenogorsk by 2018.
KazAtomProm, including its stakes in other companies, produced a total of 11 900 tons in 2012 (over 20% of global production).
KazAtomProm, including its stakes in other companies, produced a total of 11 900 tons in 2012 (over 20% of global production). In 2011 the Company produced 11 079 tons.
January 23, 2013 President Nazarbayev tasked the Government with submitting specific suggestions in the H1 2013.
According to the KazAtomProm’s Press Service, Kazakhstan retains its title of the uranium production leader as it supplies about 37% of uranium to global markets.
I task the Government with submitting specific suggestions in the H1 2013: President Nazarbayev.
At the initial stage, production of rare earth concentrates will stand at 1 500 tons to be further brought up to 5 000 – 6 000 a year.
KazAtomProm is Kazakhstan's major exporter of uranium and its compounds, rare metals, nuclear fuel for nuclear power stations, special equipment, technologies and dual-usage materials.
The agreement was signed by KazAtomProm’s (National Nuclear Company) Chairman Vladimir Shkolnik and Peter Spuhler, CEO and owner of Stadler Rail Group.