The 10-year portfolio of orders for 2016 of Russian state nuclear corporation Rosatom's engineering holding Atomenergomash will be maintained at the same level as 2015, totalling about $6bn. Atomenergomash director general Andrey Nikipelov told journalists at the International Forum ATOMEXPO 2016 in Moscow that the holding's proceeds in 2015 increased by 15% to approximately $900m, adding: "This year we expect proceeds to grow by 20%."
Rosatom's Group of Companies ASE projects the growth of consolidated proceeds by 10% in 2016, GC ASE head Valery Limarenko said on 30 May during ATOMEXPO. "Taking into account inflation and the dollar-to-ruble exchange rate, the revenue growth should be at least 10%," Limarenko said. In 2015, the consolidated proceeds of the GC ASE were RUB166.5bn ($2.5bn). He added that in 2016 the 10-year portfolio of orders is expected to increase. "Today's portfolio of orders is more than$70bn - we plan to achieve more than $90bn this year," he said.