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19.11.2014 AREVA'S offer for Mongolia, Remy Autebert

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Remy Autebert, Senior Vice President, Asia AREVA, China

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19.11.2014 AREVA'S offer for Mongolia, Remy Autebert

  1. 1. AREVA’s offer for Mongolia Remy AUTEBERT President AREVA Asia November 2014
  2. 2. Mongolia Projects & Investment Summit - AREVA presentation – November 2014 p.2 Contents AREVA at a glance AREVA Mines AREVA – Responsible company
  3. 3. Mongolia Projects & Investment Summit - AREVA presentation – November 2014 p.3 Contents AREVA at a glance AREVA Mines AREVA – Responsible company
  4. 4. Mongolia Projects & Investment Summit - AREVA presentation – November 2014 p.4 AREVA is a global leader in low carbon solutions for power generation AREVA’s share ownership is particularly stable. The French governement holds 86.52% of AREVA’s share capital directly or indirectly at Dec. 31, 2013
  5. 5. Mongolia Projects & Investment Summit - AREVA presentation – November 2014 p.5 Reference year: 2013 334 reactors for O&M and BE Services Europe, CIS and Africa 188 reactors in operation 132 reactors servedby AREVA O&M and BE Services M&FE 132 115 Asia 124 reactors in operation 99 reactors servedby AREVA O&M and BE Services M&FE 93 99 North & South America 125 reactors in operation 115 reactors servedby AREVA O&M and BE Services M&FE 109 106 AREVA provided services to 346 reactors worldwide in 2013: 334 for O&M, 320 for M&FE Over 90% of all nuclear utilities are AREVA customers
  6. 6. Mongolia Projects & Investment Summit - AREVA presentation – November 2014 p.6 Contents AREVA at a glance AREVA Mines AREVA – Responsible company
  7. 7. Mongolia Projects & Investment Summit - AREVA presentation – November 2014 p.7 Mining Business Group Mining • Mining: Uranium mines exploration and operation activities Reactors & Services • Design and construction of nuclear reactors • Maintenance and modernization of the nuclear power plants Back-End • Recycling of the used fuel and provider of clean- up and dismantling services Renewable Energies • Development of wind energy, bioenergy, solar power and hydrogen power solutions via partnership Front-End • Conversion and enrichment of the uranium • Design of the fuel for the nuclear reactors €1,756M revenue in 2013 19% of AREVA’s revenue €9.6bn in backlog (11 years of production) 5,280* employees Accross the globe, on the 5 continents * Global workforce managed by AREVA (regardless of AREVA’s stake in mining joint ventures)
  8. 8. Mongolia Projects & Investment Summit - AREVA presentation – November 2014 p.8 MINE DEVELOPMENT MINING OPERATIONS ORE PROCESSING Discovering new ore bodies for future mining (geophysics,airborne surveys, drilling campaigns) Design and construction ofmining infrastructure through a staged process (concept,pre-feasibility, feasibilitystudy) Ore extraction using various methods and techniques (open pit, underground,in situ recovery) Concentration ofuranium contained in ore using chemical processes (acid / alkaline leach,heap / dynamic leach) MINERAL EXPLORATION Restoration ofmine sites in accordance with applicable environmental standards. SITE RECLAMATION AREVA is active throughout the whole uranium mining cycle TRADING Purchase and sales of uranium products Services related to uranium (swaps, loans) ~15years10–50years10+years
  9. 9. Mongolia Projects & Investment Summit - AREVA presentation – November 2014 p.9 Market demand for uranium New mines will be needed to meet demand in 2020 100 80 60 40 20 0 202520202015 Supply / Demand balance (‘000 tU/yr) Demand to be covered by new mining projects Mines under construction Production from existing mines Secondary* sources of supply Demand *Secondary resources: Uranium from dismantled Russian and US weapons put on the civilian market (HEU) , materials recovered from used fuel, and sale of uranium stocks by the DOE. Source : WNA
  10. 10. Mongolia Projects & Investment Summit - AREVA presentation – November 2014 p.10 AREVA adapts its portfolio to market conditions Depends on marketconditions Project portfolios remains “active” (investment limited to studies) so they are ready for sustainable marketrecovery Sites in operation Continue exploration Launch new projects Niger SOMAÏR COMINAK Canada Cigar Lake / McClean Lake Mine: Cameco Mill: AREVA McArthur Operator: Cameco Kazakhstan KATCO Niger Imouraren CanadaNamibia Mongolia Gabon Australia
  11. 11. Mongolia Projects & Investment Summit - AREVA presentation – November 2014 p.11 AREVA adapts its portfolio to market conditions Exploration, production sites and projects Kazakhstan Katco Niger Somaïr Cominak Imouraren (project) Canada McArthur Cigar Lake McClean (JEB mill) Namibia Exploration only Australia Mongolia Gabon
  12. 12. Mongolia Projects & Investment Summit - AREVA presentation – November 2014 p.12 AREVA and Mongolia, 18 years of partnership Creation of COGEGOBI with activities focused on Uranium exploration First significant results around Dulaan Uul and confirmation of its potential First discovery of Zoovch Ovo deposit Signature of a cooperation agreement with Mitsubsihi Corporation Classification of the Dulaan Uul deposit resources by the Mongolia Authority of Minerals Resources (6,259 tU) ISR test performed for checking the technical feasibility to recover Uranium on the Umnut deposit Classification of the Zoovch Ovoo deposit resources by the Mongolia Authority of Minerals Resources (57,700 tU) Signature of a Shareholders Agreement between AREVA MONGOL and MonAtom for the mining development of the deposits Mitsubishi became 34% shareholder of AREVA MONGOL 1996 2009 2011 2013 2003
  13. 13. Mongolia Projects & Investment Summit - AREVA presentation – November 2014 p.13
  14. 14. Mongolia Projects & Investment Summit - AREVA presentation – November 2014 p.14 AREVA in Mongolia and the future The AREVA exploration company is present in Mongolia for 18 years preparing to develop its project for more than 30 years Local drilling companies: Ordgeo, Gobigeo, Uran Drilling, … AREVA gives priority to local contractors Investment already made of more than 150 MUSD Actual staff of 122 people will be considerably increased in the coming years during the development and operating phases. 90% of the staff are Mongolian citizens, this level will be maintained during the further AREVA presence in Mongolia Social responsibility expressed by financing of social projects and employment creation in surrounding provinces
  15. 15. Mongolia Projects & Investment Summit - AREVA presentation – November 2014 p.15 Contents AREVA at a glance AREVA Mines AREVA – Responsible company
  16. 16. Mongolia Projects & Investment Summit - AREVA presentation – November 2014 p.16 Our priority: health & safety At the end of 2013, the highest dose recorded at AREVA Mines over a period of 12 months was less than 16 mSv, the rate required byAREVA’s mining activity standards. [International standards:annual maximum cumulative dose less than 100 mSv over 5 years, not exceeding 50 mSv in any given year] Radiation protection Sanitary monitoring of former employees and local populations: - Gabon 2010 - Niger 2011 - 900 medical consultations between 2010 & 2013 Health Watch
  17. 17. Mongolia Projects & Investment Summit - AREVA presentation – November 2014 p.17 Respecting people and land Mines as catalysts to improve the local, social and economic fabric Some examples … Kazakhstan KATCO supports various and major projects in the District of Suzak like the construction of a secondary school in Sholakorgan city and a kindergarten in Tasty Village Niger AREVA supports local economic development in Arlit via a micro-credit project (AREVA financed the opening of an Arlit Crédit Mutuel agency in Arlit). Gabon AREVA is financing initiatives in the Mounana rehabilitated site area. Namibia AREVA helped improve the Spitzkoppe water access and management system. Canada AREVA funded the renovation of the Ice Arena and the Youth Center, to allow the local community to socialize in a safe environment (Baker Lake Hamlet). Health, education, economic & social development initiatives
  18. 18. Mongolia Projects & Investment Summit - AREVA presentation – November 2014 p.18 International expertise in site reclamation Dismantling of facilities 236 sites in France, sites also in Canada, the USA and Gabon Before After Management of project to convert land Radiological and environmental monitoring Reclamation and replanting of former sites Bellezane (France) Cluff Lake (Canada) Mounana (Gabon)
  19. 19. Mongolia Projects & Investment Summit - AREVA presentation – November 2014 p.19 A strong commitment in Mongolia with successful projects Community Liaison Committees started in 2013 in Shanshand and Ulaanbadrakh sums – Dornogobi Province Regular visit to 54 families living on AREVA exploration licenses in Dornogobi Province More than 220,00 USD invested in 2014 for local development projects in Dornogobi and Sukhbaatar provinces Trip to Kazakhstan in September for herders of Ulaanbadrakh sum Livestock reconstitution project implemented since 2007 : today over 450 families in total and 55 out of them are herding families with over 12.1 thousand heads of livestock Participatory environmental monitoring with local herders launched in 2014 with monthly sampling campaign Purchase of local livestock slaughtered in UB for long term supply the COGEGOBI camp Launch in November of a 2 years veterinary project in Ulaanbadrakh sum with permanent presence of a team of 3 veterinarians (1 French, 2 Mongolians) Trip of herders in KATCO,AREVA-Kazatomprom mine in Kazakhstan
  20. 20. Mongolia Projects & Investment Summit - AREVA presentation – November 2014 p.20Bogd Khan National Park-25 Septembre

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