During his visit, the joint lab of KazAtomProm and BRGM [French national institute for research on earth and environment sciences] will hold its first sitting on rare and rare earth metals.
As of today Kazakhstan’s annual uranium production output stands at about 20 000 tons, that is 33% of the global production.
As of today the Company produces over 3000 tons of uranium a year.
According to him, if someone takes a loan and purchases an asset – it is his own choice.
There is no risk of drastic downfall of the global demand for uranium: Sergey Yashin, KazAtomProm Nuclear Company Vice Chairman of the Board.
As of today annual production output stands at about 20 000 tons, that is 33% of the global production.
All this will contribute to development of adjacent industries: Sergey Yashin, KazAtomProm Nuclear Company Vice Chairman of the Board.
It is expected to start its operations as early as in November.
Overall uranium production output in 2011 is expected at 19 800 tons.
Among other things, the three entities will be working on rare and rare earth metals extraction technology development.
Uranium production output in Kazakhstan in the H1 2011 made up 9 148 tons, 9% up against the like period of 2010.
The plant will be capable of producing solar batteries totaling 50 megawatt to be further expanded to 100 megawatt.
KazAtomProm National Atomic Company is interested in development of Ukrainian uranium fields.