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Nuclear in emerging europe ukti export showcase 2014

  1. 1. Emerging Europe Civil Nuclear Opportunities Jonathan Allen 27 January 2014, London 2 Presentation title - edit in the Master slide
  2. 2. What is Emerging Europe? •  Nine countries - stretching from Slovenia to Romania, from Poland to Croatia •  All EU regulated, part of the EU’s Single Market •  110 million consumers •  A combined GDP of over £ 1 trillion •  Potential to double exports by 2020 •  Lower risk profile than other distant emerging markets •  Easy and low cost access – just 2-3 hours from the UK •  Proven market for UK businesses 3
  3. 3. Sustainable Medium-term Growth... ...on a par with other emerging economies Average Annual GDP Growth Forecast (%) 2010-20 2030-40 CEE Average 4.7 4.2 3.8 Dev. World 1.8 1.8 1.9 Asia 5.8 5.1 4.7 Latin America 4 2020-30 4.9 4.5 4.1 Source: HSBC The World in 2050
  4. 4. Main Challenges •  Outdated perceptions of the region among UK businesses •  Bureaucracy •  Transparency •  Strong and increasing global competition across the region 5
  5. 5. Civil nuclear opportunities across “Emerging Europe” Country   New  Build   Life  Extension   Decommission   Waste  disposal   Bulgaria   Kozloduy  Unit  7       &  Belene  (x2)?     Kozloduy  (5  &  6)   Kozloduy  (1-­‐4)   Radiana  /  NDF   Temelin  (x2)   Dukovany     -­‐   -­‐   Paks  (x  2)   Paks  1   -­‐   LILW  Repository   Poland   New  NNB  (x2)   -­‐   -­‐   -­‐   Romania   Chernovoda     (Units  3  &  4)   Chernovoda     (1  &  2)   -­‐   Chernovoda   WDF   Slovakia   Mochovce  (3  &  4)     &  Bohunice?   Bohunice   V1  Jaslovské   Bohunice     -­‐   Slovenia   Krsko  (Unit  2)   Krsko  NNP   -­‐   LILW   Czech  Rep.   Hungary   6 UNCLASSIFIED
  6. 6. New Build –7 countries, over £66 bn •  Poland: 2 x new 3GW (each) power plants in 2024 & 2030 (£1 bn AUKV) •  Bulgaria: New Westinghouse AP1000 reactor at Kozloduy NPP – early 2020s (£800m) •  Czech Republic: New reactor at Temelin NPP in 2024 (£500m) •  Romania: 2 x CANDU 6 reactors at Cernavodă in 7 2022 (£400m) 7
  7. 7. Life Extension in 4 countries, over £2.1 bn •  Bulgaria: 20 year life extension, 2 VVER units, from 2014, £40m AUKV •  Romania: Replacing fuel channels in CANDU reactors, Cernavoda,£120m AUKV from 2018 •  Slovenia: Life extension of Westinghouse PWR operating life in Krško, £15m AUKV 8 8
  8. 8. Decommissioning & Waste Management £3.5 bn across 5 markets •  Bulgaria: On-going decommissioning (4 units) and waste programme with UK firm (Nuvia Ltd) co-managing, £40m AUKV •  Romania: New waste repository project, starting 2015, £40m AUKV •  Slovakia: Ongoing tendering for decommissioning 2 units, £100m AUKV 9 9
  9. 9. UK Nuclear supply chain…. It’s not just about world-class Civil Engineering.... 10
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  11. 11. Our not-so-secret weapon! 12
  12. 12. Czech Republic: Bretislav Nitka •  New Build (£17 bn AUKV) •  2 companies (Westinghouse AP1000 and Rosatom VVER) under evaluation •  The winner should be announced in Q1 2015 13
  13. 13. Romania: Daniella Lulache •  Building of 2 CANDU 6 reactors at Cernavoda •  Legal and consulting services - construction of 3rd & 4th reactors, Cernavoda •  LIL waste repository 14
  14. 14. Poland: Marzena Piszczek •  2 x new 3 GW nuclear power plants in 2024 and 2030 (cca. £12 bln total cost) •  Owner’s Engineer tender (3 UK companies involved) – winner to be announced in Q1 2014 •  Integrated Reactor tender to be issued in Q4 2014 15
  15. 15. Slovakia: Peter Liska •  New NPP - Jaslovské Bohunice •  Decommissioning the two units of V1 - Jaslovské Bohunice NPP •  V1’s two reactors to be decommissioned in 2025 16
  16. 16. Bulgaria: Sashka Evtimova •  20 year life extension - Kozloduy Unit 5 & 6 •  New Build - AP1000 reactor at Kozloduy •  Decommissioning - VVER reactors at Kozloduy site 17
  17. 17. Hungary: Csilla Toth •  2 new VVER nuclear power plants (Paks NNP) •  Ongoing project for 20 year life extension of 4 existing blocks (VVER-440) •  Final disposal facility for low- and intermediate-level wastes 18
  18. 18. Slovenia: Ales Bursic •  Considering building 2nd nuclear reactor at Krško (~1.2 GW) •  Extension of operating life of Krško •  Decommissioning & Waste Management opportunities . 19
  19. 19. Croatia: Zeljko Tomsic •  Hrvatska Elektroprivreda - co-owner of 696 MWe NPP Krško in Slovenia •  Croatia has not yet reached the decision on the construction of NNB •  Preliminary activities – not carried out yet 20
  20. 20. Follow up: Bartosz.Kozinski@fco.gov.uk 27 January 2014, London 21 Presentation title - edit in the Master slide

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