Annual report
The safety of nuclear facilities and the effectiveness of the Rosatom State Corporation in creating business sustainability and achieving leading positions of Russian companies in the World Nuclear Technology and Services Market.

  • Agreement between the Russian Federation and the USA on cooperation in peaceful use of nuclear power comes into eff ect.
  • The Russian President signs Federal Law, No. 423, dated 28.12.2010, “On ratifi cation of the agreement on cooperation in peaceful use of nuclear power between the Russian Federation and Japan”.
  • Commissioning of a petafl op-class Russian super-computer places Russia in the global top- 10 nations by super-computer power.
  • The Russian nuclear industry announces consolidated purchase program for the coming year in advance (for the fi rst time).

  • OJSC Techsnabexport and US Enrichment Corp. (USEC) sign a long-term contract (to 2022) for uranium enrichment services.
  • Launch of experimental compact neutron generator for remote-neutron and neutron- capture therapy at the Federal Center for Medical Radiology (Obninsk).
  • A group of Russian specialists is dispatched to provide consulting assistance to Japanese colleagues after the Fukushima-1 disaster.
  • The Federal Service for Environmental, Technological, and Nuclear Supervision and Rosatom State Corporation begin auditing of safety systems at Russian NPPs.
  • Open public audits begin at Russian NPPs.
  • The World Association of Nuclear Operators (WANO) begins a corporate peer audit of Russian NPPs.
  • V.G. Asmolov, First Deputy CEO of OJSC Rosenergoatom, is appointed President of WANO.
  • The Supervisory Board of Rosatom approves an innovative development and modernization program for 2011-2020
  • OJSC Atomenergomash and Dodsal Group (United Arab Emirates) sign a memorandum of mutual understanding on joint commercial activities in India.
  • Rosatom signs a memorandum оn cooperation in peaceful use of nuclear power with the Ministry of Federal Planning, Government Investments and Services of the Republic of Argentina.
  • CIS member states adopt a framework program, Atom-CIS Cooperation, for peaceful use of nuclear power up to 2020.
  • The Russian Institute of Experimental Physics successfully tests the prototype of the world’s fi rst container for air transportation of used nuclear fuel from experimental reactors.
  • ARMZ Uranium Holding completes purchase of 100% of Australian Mantra Resources with mining assets in Tanzania and Namibia.
  • A Russian fuel assembly is loaded to the core of Power Unit No. 2 at Temelin NPP: all Czech NPPs now use Russian nuclear fuel.
  • Rosatom signs a cooperation agreement with Royal Philips Electronics for development of nuclear medicine in Russia.
  • OJSC Techsnabexport and US-based PSEG Nuclear LLC sign a contract to export low-enriched uranium to the USA.
  • Establishment of a Consortium of Higher-Education Institutions with a special relationship to Rosatom.
  • LLC Atomexpo joins the European Nuclear Society (ENS).
  • Rosatom signs a memorandum of mutual understanding with the Indian Department of Nuclear Power.
  • The Chinese Experimental Fast Reactor is commissioned in the People’s Republic of China.
  • Phase 4 of a gas-centrifuge plant is commissioned in the People’s Republic of China (9 months ahead of schedule).
  • The Integrated Nuclear Research Institute (Dubna, Moscow Region) launches its upgraded experimental IBR-2M neutron-impulse reactor for research purposes.
  • Russian Federal Law No. 190, dated 11.07.2011, “On handling of radioactive waste and modifi cations to specifi c legal acts of the Russian Federation” comes into force.
  • The multi-purpose container-carrier, Rossita, arrives in Murmansk to join the Russian atomic icebreaker fleet.
  • The Sanco Odyssey, a Japanese heavy dry cargo ship, makes its fi rst voyage using the Northern Sea Route.
  • Rosatom signs an agreement on interaction and cooperation with self-regulating organizations in the nuclear industry (Soyuzatomstroy, Soyuzatomproekt and Soyuzatomgeo).
  • Rosatom and the Agency for Promotion of Nuclear Energy of the Republic of Korea sign a memorandum оn mutual understanding.
  • Launch of Busher NPP in the Islamic Republic of Iran.
  • OJSC Techsnabexport and Exelon Generation Company LLC (largest US-based NPP operator) sign a long-term contract for enrichment services.
  • The IAEA, the Central Institute for Continuing Education and OJSC Rosenergoatom sign practical agreements on cooperation in human resource training.
  • A general contract is signed for construction of power units No. 3 and 4 at Tianwan NPP in the People’s Republic of China.
  • Rosatom and Rolls-Royce sign a memorandum of mutual understanding.
  • The Russian government approves Russian membership of the OECD Nuclear Power Agency.
  • The ATOMEX Europe forum for suppliers to the nuclear industry is held in Prague (Czech Republic).
  • CJSC Atomstroyexport establishes a branch in Turkey.
  • CJSC Atomstroyexport and the Nuclear Plant Construction Directorate (Belarus) sign a contract to build power units No. 1 and 2 at Ostrovetskaya NPP in the Republic of Belarus.
  • Launch of power unit No. 4 at Kalinin NPP (Tver Region).
  • Finance ministers of Russia and Vietnam sign a loan agreement for construction of the fi rst NPP in Vietnam.
  • An inter-government agreement is signed to build the fi rst NPP in Bangladesh at Ruppur.
  • A Russian government decree is signed to build power units No. 1 and 2 at Nizhny Novgorod NPP.
  • OJSC Rosenergoatom receives a license from the Federal Service for Environmental, Technological, and Nuclear Supervision to build Power Unit No. 1 at the Baltic NPP (Kaliningrad Region).
  • Start of a skills merger between Nizhny Novgorod Atomenergoproekt, a leader in engineering for the Russian nuclear industry, and Atomstroyexport, the Russian exporter of NPP construction services.
  • Technological Services Center is set up as a joint venture in the Czech Republic between OJSC Fuel Elements (OJSC TVEL) and Alta Invest.
  • Dry storage for used nuclear fuel is commissioned at the Mining Chemicals Combine.
  • Phase 1 of production facilities is launched in the Rosatom project to set up production of Mo-99 at the Nuclear Reactor Institute.
  • The Japanese Parliament ratifi es the Russo- Japanese Agreement on cooperation in peaceful use of nuclear power.
  • Standard & Poor’s raises the long-term credit rating for OJSC Atomenergoprom to BBB. The Corporation’s A-3 short-term rating and ruAAA national-scale rating are confi rmed. The rating outlook is stable.

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