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Company Overview of Ulba Metallurgical Plant JSC

Company Overview

Ulba Metallurgical Plant JSC produces uranium, beryllium, and tantalum. It offers uranium products, such as natural U3O8 and UO2 powders, as well as fuel pellets for atomic power plants; and beryllium products, which include copper-beryllium master, aluminum-beryllium master, nickel-beryllium master, and copper-beryllium alloys, as well as beryllium metals, billets/articles, powders, and oxides. The company also provides tantalum products, such as tantalum ingots, rolled metals, chips, wires and rods, and powders, as well as materials for capacitors; and niobium products, which include niobium pentoxide, ingots, chips, mills, rods, wires, powders, and NbTi alloy ingots, as well as ingots fro...

102, Abay Avenue

Ust-Kamenogorsk,  070005

Kazakhstan

Founded in 1949

Phone:

7 232 298 273

Fax:

7 232 298 103

Key Executives for Ulba Metallurgical Plant JSC

Director General
Managing Director of Operations and Director
Board Chairman Advisor and Director
Director of Quality and Director
Director of Uranium Operations and Director
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.

Ulba Metallurgical Plant JSC Key Developments

Ulba Metallurgical Plant JSC and CGN-URC Announces Joint Venture Company, Ulba-FA

National Atomic Company Kazatomprom and China General Nuclear Power Corporation (CGNPC) have proceeded to implementation of a joint innovative project in the nuclear sector. Construction of this FA Manufacturing Plant is one of the breakthrough projects to be implemented under Kazatomprom’s strategy which focuses on development of a vertically integrated fuel cycle company with advanced nuclear fuel fabrication capabilities. The plant will be managed through a joint venture “Ulba-FA”, the founders of which are Ulba Metallurgical Plant JSC (51%) (Kazatomprom’s subsidiary) and CGN-URC (49%) (subsidiary of CGNPC). FA production technology will be provided by the AREVA. The relevant Contract was signed between AREVA NP and Ulba-FA LLP. The Agreement provides a license for fuel fabrication technology, engineering documentation, supply of the key production equipment, personnel training and others.

Ulba Metallurgical Plant to Supply Fuel Assemblies to CGNPC-URC

Ulba Metallurgical Plant and China General Nuclear Power Corporation (CGNPC) signed an agreement to supply Kazakhstan-made fuel assemblies to China. According to the agreement, Kazakhstan will produce 180 tonnes of fuel assemblies for China in 2016-2018. The sides also agreed delivery schedules until 2024. The fuel assemblies will be produced at the Ulba Metallurgical Plant.

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