Kazakhstan to begin supplying uranium to China
Kazakhstan’s energy minister Kanat Bozumbayev announced Wednesday that the country will supply uranium to five nuclear power plants in China beginning in 2019.
“We are working with our Chinese partners on uranium conversion,” Bozumbayev told media representatives at the 18th Asian Nuclear Cooperation Forum held in Kazakhstan’s capital city Astana.
China is on schedule to complete the construction of a new power plant by 2019, when Kazakhstan will begin supplying uranium, Bozumbayev added.
Bozumbayev said Kazakhstan aims to turn its nuclear power into an important player in global fuel trade.
Kazakhstan is the world’s biggest uranium producer, controlling 40 percent of production worldwide, with 12 percent of the world’s uranium under its soil, the World Nuclear Association reports.
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