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TVEL Fuel Company of Rosatom and IDOM sign MoU on joint international business development

TVEL, PUBLISHED 18.04.2019

In the course of the XI Atomexpo-2019 International Forum, TVEL JSC and the Spanish company IDOM Consulting, Engineering, Architecture S.A.U signed Memorandum of Understanding.

The document was signed by Konstantin Tulupov, Vice President for Business Development and TVEL JSC, and Xabier Ruiz Mor?n, Director of IDOM Nuclear Services.

The two companies consider various options and applications of cooperation, both in nuclear and non-nuclear industries, providing joint promotion of their services and products in the global markets. The priority business area is decommissioning of nuclear and radiation-hazardous facilities.

"For TVEL Fuel Company, decommissioning of nuclear facilities as a contractor or a subcontractor is a new prominent business. During the recent years, our enterprises have gained a unique experience in elimination of the Russian nuclear legacy, including greenfield decommissioning of nuclear installations and waste storage conservation. Our partners from IDOM also have a back-end competence, including decommissioning of shut-down power unit projects. With the joint expertise, we are able to compete worldwide in international tenders", Kostantin Tulupov commented.

Topics: Decommissioning, TVEL

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