nuclear power plant

  • Petrojet Signs Teaming Agreement with Korean Companies

    Petrojet Signs Teaming Agreement with Korean Companies

    Sunday, 21st March 2021

    Petrojet signed teaming agreement with South Korean nuclear power companies consist of Korea Hydro & Nuclear Power (KHNP), KEPCO E&C, Hyundai E&C, and Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction (Doosan) to participate in the Egyptian first nuclear power plant (NPP) project El Dabaa. It will be constructed by the Russian general contractor for the project, JSC Atomstroyexport (JSC ASE).

  • South Africa to Open Nuclear Tender in June

    South Africa to Open Nuclear Tender in June

    Monday, 10th April 2017
    South Africa's Eskom will request proposals from companies bidding for the $72b nuclear expansion in June.
  • Kuwait Abandons Nuclear Power Plans

    Kuwait Abandons Nuclear Power Plans

    Thursday, 25th August 2016
    Kuwaiti Ministry of Electricity and Water (MEW) cancelled plans to build a nuclear power plant as feasibility studies proved the project to be uneconomical and capital intensive.
  • Russia Loans Egypt $25b to Build Nuclear Power

    Russia Loans Egypt $25b to Build Nuclear Power

    Thursday, 19th May 2016
    Russia will loan Egypt $25b to finance building and operating a nuclear power plant in the country. Egypt's President, Abdel Fattah Al Sisi approved the loan, which would be paid off over 35 years.
  • Russian Rosatom to Train Egyptian Students in Nuclear Energy

    Russian Rosatom to Train Egyptian Students in Nuclear Energy

    Sunday, 17th April 2016
    The Russian atomic energy corporation, Rosatom, has agreed with Egypt's Alexandria University to offer training sessions to Egyptian students at Russian institutes.
  • Korean KEPCO Eyes New Nuclear Power Plants Deals in MENA

    Korean KEPCO Eyes New Nuclear Power Plants Deals in MENA

    Wednesday, 30th March 2016
    Korea Electric Power Corp. (KEPCO) wants to gain more contracts to build nuclear power plants in the Middle East to facilitate its goal of becoming one of the world's top nuclear power operators.