Rosatom 2010 sales up 9% over 2009

20 December 2011

Russian state nuclear energy company Rosatom has published its 2010 annual report on the internet:

Rosatom reported total sales in 2010 of RUB 498 billion ($15.9 billion), up 9% compared with 2009, and an earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation (EBITDA) of RUB 133.1 billion.

It said that the 9% growth was due to sales of electricity, and sales of supplies by Techsnabexport and fuel subsidiary TVEL, although Atomstroyexport posted a drop in sales compared with 2009 because construction projects entered commissioning.

It said that overall Russian nuclear power plant capacity factor rose to 81.3% in 2010, up by 1.4%, generating a total of 170.1 GWh.

In 2010, Rosatom subsidiaries produced 5200 tons of uranium, and 727,000 of feed base.

Rosatom employs 272,000 employees.

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