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INFRASTRUCTURAL DEVELOPMENT - NUCLEAR ENERGY

UAE to host International Framework For Nuclear Energy Cooperation

Posted on 21/10/2013

The 2013 International Framework For Nuclear Energy Cooperation, IFNEC, Executive Committee Ministerial Meeting will be hosted and chaired by the UAE on 24th October, 2013 in Abu Dhabi. The committee aims to strengthen cooperation between the member states and concerned international organisations to support the peaceful use of nuclear energy in a way that meets the highest standards of safety, security and non-proliferation. On this occasion, Hamad Al Ka'abi, UAE Permanent Representative to ...  >>MORE

Al Hammadi: Nuclear energy is a fundamental source of energy

Posted on 17/10/2013

Daegu, South Korea: - Mohamed Al Hammadi, Chief Executive Officer of the Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation, yesterday addressed delegates of the World Energy Congress in Daegu, South Korea, during a session addressing the future of nuclear energy across the world. During the session, Al Hammadi highlighted the importance of nuclear energy as one of only two forms of energy generation technologies capable of providing continuous, safe and efficient electricity with near-zero Greenhouse Gas ...  >>MORE

Emirates Nuclear Energy Corp named Official Patron of WEC

Posted on 16/10/2013

The Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation, ENEC, today announced its official Patronage of the World Energy Council (WEC), the world's principal network of energy leaders and practitioners. As Patron, ENEC joins an exclusive group of leading energy companies that work alongside energy policy makers and key stakeholders who seek to engage the WEC network to help catalyse new thinking on energy policy and strategy. Patrons actively support WEC Global and Regional Agendas, and can provide in depth ...  >>MORE

Nuclear Regulation Authority launches interactive online service via Facebook and Twitter

Posted on 10/10/2013

The Federal Authority for Nuclear Regulation, FANR, has officially launched an interactive online service on its Twitter and Facebook pages. As part of the U.A.E. e-government strategy, the FANR initiative intends to activate social networking channels via Twitter and Facebook in order to communicate with website visitors and all segments of society, and to facilitate communication through these channels in corroboration of the open data access policy for government websites, as well as to ...  >>MORE

UAE on track to commission nuclear plants

Posted on 09/10/2013

The Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation (Enec) is on track to commission the first of four planned nuclear power plants in May, 2017, with one coming on stream each year until 2020, when all four will be operational, said Mohammad Al Hammadi, Chief Executive Officer of Enec. "We are on track with our mission to bring safe, clean, reliable and efficient nuclear energy to the UAE by 2017, and a number of significant milestones have already been achieved by Enec and our partners,” Al Hammadi told ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi residents learn more about UAE's peaceful nuclear programme

Posted on 08/10/2013

Residents of Abu Dhabi had the opportunity on Monday to learn more about the UAE's peaceful nuclear energy programme at a public forum hosted by the Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation (ENEC) at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre (ADNEC). The forum was attended by Sheikha Lubna Al Qasimi, Minister of International Cooperation and Development, senior executives from Abu Dhabi Government and more than 300 residents who listened to ENEC's senior management and Emirati engineers as they ...  >>MORE

UAE IAEA official meets envoys at UN Assembly

Posted on 02/10/2013

NEW YORK: Ambassador Hamad Al-Ka'abi, IAEA National Liaison Officer (NLO) for the UAE in Vienna, has met a number of diplomats at the headquarters of the UAE's mission to the United Nations in New York on the sidelines of the 68th Session of the UN General Assembly, which included its participation in the high-level meeting of the General Assembly on nuclear disarmament. During the meeting, called by Lana Zaki Nusseibeh, UAE's Permanent Representative to the UN in New York, Al-Ka'abi reviewed ...  >>MORE

UAE re-elected to membership of IAEA Board of Governors

Posted on 20/09/2013

Vienna: The General Conference of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), yesterday unanimously re-elected the UAE to the Board of Governors membership for the period of 2013-2015. The Board of Governors, which consists of 35 members, is the most important decision-making body in the agency. During periodic meetings the board discusses reports of the Director-General, and endorses recommendations and decisions relevant to the Agency's work programmes and budget. It also discusses ...  >>MORE

UAE highlights progress of its peaceful nuclear programme at IAEA General Conference

Posted on 19/09/2013

Vienna: The UAE affirmed yesterday that it has taken significant steps in the development of its nuclear power programme and the related infrastructure, following the IAEA guidance and international best practices. "The construction of the first nuclear reactor in the UAE began in July 2012 following a detailed evaluation of the design, which took into consideration early lessons learned from Fukushima Daiichi accident. The UAE is the first country to start the construction of its first ...  >>MORE

ENEC receives Emirates Steel first shipment of nuclear-grade steel

Posted on 15/09/2013

The first shipment of UAE-produced nuclear grade reinforcing steel, produced by Emirates Steel Industries PJSC was delivered to Barakah, the selected site of the UAE peaceful nuclear energy program. A delegation from Emirates Steel, led by Engineer Saeed Ghumran Al Romaithi, Chief Executive Officer, was welcomed by Mohamed Al Hammadi, Chief Executive Officer of the Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation to commemorate this significant milestone in the construction of the UAE peaceful nuclear ...  >>MORE

Nuclear Regulator invites public to comment on Requirements for Off-Site Emergency Planning for Nuclear Facilities

Posted on 11/09/2013

The Federal Authority for Nuclear Regulation (FANR), the country's independent nuclear regulatory body, has invited the public to review and comment on its draft regulations on the Requirements for Off-Site Emergency Plans for Nuclear Facilities. The objective of these regulations is to establish the requirements that must be satisfied to ensure there is effective off-site emergency planning for the nuclear facilities in the UAE. FANR has already issued a set of regulations and regulatory ...  >>MORE

Emirates powers ahead with the nuclear dream

Posted on 18/08/2013

As Japan continues to struggle to contain radioactive water leaking out of its Fukushima nuclear plant following the 2011 meltdown, confidence in atomic energy across much of the world is at a low ebb. The UAE, however, is among the few countries bucking the trend as it advances its bid to become the first Arab nation to safely harness atomic energy for peaceful means on a commercial scale. The country is now building two of four nuclear power reactors, with a capacity of 1,400 megawatts ...  >>MORE

New Nuclear International Conference to be held in Abu Dhabi

Posted on 15/08/2013

The New Nuclear International Conference - a major gathering of global experts focused on the development of peaceful nuclear energy - is to be held in Abu Dhabi in November and is expected to be attended by 700 delegates from around the world. The conference, which will run at the Ritz Carlton Abu Dhabi, Grand Canal from November 11-14, is being presented by the Goodnight Consulting Corporation and organised by Carlisle Events. In partnership with the Emirates Nuclear Energy, the conference ...  >>MORE

Nuclear security a top priority, says UAE

Posted on 21/07/2013

The UAE has thrown its weight behind international plans to strengthen nuclear security. Hamad Al Kaabi, who is the permanent representative to the International Atomic Energy Agency, joined 122 other member representatives in calling for the agency's Nuclear Security Plan for 2014 to 2017 to be finalised. A joint declaration at the IAEA's five-day conference on nuclear security in Vienna this month expressed concern at the threat of nuclear and radiological terrorism. Delegates said they ...  >>MORE

UAE has taken significant steps in development of its peaceful nuclear programme: Al Mazrouie

Posted on 29/06/2013

St. Petersburg: The UAE has taken significant steps in the development of its nuclear power programme and the related infrastructure, following International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) guidance and international best practices, and is looking forward to working closely with the IAEA and international partners to achieve common objectives, according to Suhail Al Mazrouie, UAE Minister of Energy. 'These steps included the enacting of new legislation and the establishment of competent and ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi nuclear plant site prepares for 17,000 new arrivals

Posted on 17/06/2013

When the UAE's first nuclear-power plant opens at Barakah in 2017, an estimated 2,000 people will be working on the site and living in Al Ruwais with their families. The area is undergoing major developments in preparation for the new community, said Fahad Al Qahtani, the external communications director at Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation (Enec). "To quote our chief executive, for every nuclear-plant employee we will need six workers in supporting services,” Mr Al Qahtani said."These ...  >>MORE

Safety a priority for UAE’s peaceful N-programme

Posted on 11/06/2013

Concerns about safety have been raised as South Korea's nuclear programme remains mired in a corruption scandal, but the UAE's nuclear authority, on Monday said robust surveillance and stringent quality controls have ensured that construction of its reactors in Barakah are not affected in any way. Korea Electric Power Corporation (Kepco), the main contractor tasked by the Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation to build the UAE's four nuclear plants, has been at the centre of the probe in South ...  >>MORE

IAEA and UAE sign Integrated Work Plan

Posted on 08/06/2013

Ambassador Hamad Al Kaabi, UAE Permanent Representative to the IAEA, and Dr. Ali Boussaha, Director for the Asia and Pacific Division of the IAEA Technical Cooperation Department, have today signed an Integrated Work Plan (IWP) designed to help in developing a comprehensive framework to ensure steady progress of UAE's national nuclear power programme. The UAE-IAEA Integrated Work Plan, which extends from 2013 until 2017, the projected date of on-line operation of the UAE's first nuclear power ...  >>MORE

UAE commences work on second nuclear reactor

Posted on 29/05/2013

The Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation (ENEC) has hosted Sang-jick Yoon, Minister of Trade, Industry and Energy of the Republic of Korea at Barakah in the Western Region of Abu Dhabi Emirate to celebrate the successful partnership between the two countries and the start of construction of the UAE's second nuclear energy plant. Khaldoun Khalifa Al Mubarak, Chairman of ENEC commended the commitment demonstrated by the Korean Government in the development of the UAE's peaceful nuclear energy ...  >>MORE

FANR issues training guidance for radiation protection

Posted on 29/05/2013

The Federal Authority for Nuclear Regulation (FANR), the country's nuclear regulatory body, recently published guidance on its website about the training needed to achieve radiation protection and the safe use of radiation sources. The Director General of FANR, Dr William Travers, said that FANR has issued the guidance in response to many requests from its licence holders using radiation for medical and industrial purposes. "Our regulations require that licensees ensure that those who work ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi breaking ground on second reactor as nuclear power vision takes shape

Posted on 27/05/2013

Abu Dhabi breaks ground on its second nuclear reactor tomorrow as it moves ahead with the construction of the Arab world's first atomic power plant. Yoon Sang-jick, the South Korean minister of trade, industry and energy, is set to visit the construction site at Barakah in Al Gharbia tomorrow for a ceremony in which he will be flanked by Emirati officials leading the work on the US$20 billion power plant, which it is hoped will meet up to a quarter of Abu Dhabi's energy needs within the next ...  >>MORE

Nuclear regulator invites public to comment on nuclear facilities guide

Posted on 21/05/2013

The Federal Authority for Nuclear Regulation (FANR), the country's independent nuclear regulatory body, has invited the public to review and comment on its draft Regulatory Guide on the Certification of Reactor Operators and Senior Reactor Operators at Nuclear Facilities. This guide provides guidance for FANR's licensees on how to implement the requirements in FANR Regulation 17 for the Certification of Operating Personnel at Nuclear Facilities, a FANR press release said yesterday. FANR has ...  >>MORE

UAE nuclear plants designed to withstand earthquakes

Posted on 30/04/2013

The UAE's nuclear facilities are designed to withstand the frequency and gravity of Korea's quakes — of a much graver and of a much larger magnitude than those occurring here in the Gulf region, nuclear energy experts have assured. "The earthquake resistance of the UAE's nuclear plants is 0.3g [a measure of peak ground acceleration],” said Dr William Travers, Director General of the Federal Authority for Nuclear Regulation (FANR), at the sidelines of a public forum held at the Emirates Centre ...  >>MORE

UAE’s nuclear energy programme on track

Posted on 09/04/2013

The UAE's US$20 billion (Dh73.5 billion) civil nuclear programme is on schedule with the country's first nuclear reactor slated to start operations in 2017. As matters stand, construction of the UAE's first nuclear energy reactor continues to progress, with the installation of the Containment Liner Plate (CLP) in the reactor containment building for Barakah Unit 1. The CLP is one of the many defence-in-depth barriers that ensure the safety of nuclear energy plants. The UAE is currently working ...  >>MORE

ENEC installs containment liner plate for UAE's first nuclear energy plant

Posted on 26/03/2013

Construction of the UAE's first nuclear energy reactor continues to progress, with the installation of the Containment Liner Plate (CLP) in the Reactor Containment Building for Barakah Unit 1 last week. The CLP is one of the many defence-in-depth barriers that ensure the safety of nuclear energy plants. The Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation (ENEC) and the Korea Electric Power Corporation (KEPCO) installed the first modularised sections of the 2000 ton steel cylinder. The installation was ...  >>MORE

UAE nuclear energy drive gains public confidence

Posted on 19/03/2013

A new study suggests there is overwhelming public support for the UAE's peaceful nuclear energy programme. Global research consultancy TNS has announced the results of its study regarding support for nuclear energy in the UAE — with 82 per cent of respondents in favour. That figure is up from 66 per cent a year ago. The UAE has committed to building four nuclear energy plants by 2020 as part of its peaceful nuclear energy programme. Work on the nuclear energy project commenced last year, ...  >>MORE

UAE nuclear programme eyes ‘gold standard’

Posted on 08/03/2013

The tsunami-induced disaster at Japan's Fukushima nuclear plant in 2011 offered insights that led to radical design changes to ensure the maximum safety level at the planned nuclear power plants in the UAE, nuclear energy experts have been assured. A severe earthquake and resulting tsunami that wrecked Fukushima's power plant in March 2011 raised serious safety concerns for the world, said Dr William Travers, Director General of the Federal Authority for Nuclear Regulation (FANR). "We did ...  >>MORE

FANR hosts awareness forum on N-project

Posted on 15/02/2013

The Federal Authority for Nuclear Regulation (FANR) hosted a public forum at Al Ghayathi in the Western Region of Abu Dhabi on Thursday, aimed at acquainting residents of the area to the authority's role in ensuring the safe, secure and peaceful uses of the nuclear programme in the UAE. Director-General of the FANR Dr William D. Travers said: "Public outreach is more than presenting technical facts; it is about placing important information in a societal context and about engaging all ...  >>MORE

IAEA Director General briefed on UAE Nuclear Power Plant Construction

Posted on 09/02/2013

Vienna: Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), Yukiya Amano, visited the UAE from 28-29 January 2013. The visit served as an important opportunity for the Director General of the to see first-hand the progress made in the construction of the UAE's first Nuclear Power Plant at Barakah. The Director General also discussed with the UAE authorities the advancement of their nuclear programme and on-going close cooperation with the IAEA. During the visit the Director ...  >>MORE

Nuclear energy fundamental for UAE sustainable water and energy future

Posted on 07/02/2013

Mohamed Al Hammadi, Chief Executive Officer of the Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation (ENEC), has highlighted the role of peaceful nuclear energy and clean energy in improving the sustainability of electricity and water production in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) at the inaugural session of the World Energy Council (WEC) World Energy Leaders' Summit (WELS) in New Delhi. During the "Energy-Water Nexus" session, Al Hammadi presented the strategy of the UAE to diversify energy generation with ...  >>MORE

Abdullah bin Zayed hails IAEA's support to UAE's nuclear peaceful program

Posted on 30/01/2013

H.H. Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Foreign Minister, hailed the support extended by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) to the efforts by the UAE to develop its peaceful nuclear energy program. He emphasised that cooperation with the international body is a pillar of the development of the UAE's peaceful program. Sheikh Abdullah also appealed to Iran to join the Convention on Nuclear Safety. Sheikh Abdullah made his remarks as he received the Director General of IAEA, Yukiya ...  >>MORE

IAEA's chief Amano highlights adherence to transparency and int'l collaboration of UAE peaceful nuclear energy program

Posted on 30/01/2013

The Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation hosted yesterday an official delegation composed of officials from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) headed by Director General Yukiya Amano and UAE government officials at Barakah, the selected site of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) peaceful nuclear energy program. The IAEA delegation was received by Ambassador Hamad Al Kaabi, the UAE's Permanent Representative to the IAEA, Mohamed Al Hammadi, ENEC CEO and senior officials from ENEC and ...  >>MORE

Nuclear – Atomic plant in Western Region powers ahead of schedule

Posted on 26/12/2012

November 21 The UAE's nuclear energy programme passed many milestones this year, as work began on the construction of the world's first new nuclear power plant since 1985. Six nuclear deals have been signed by the Emirates, most recently with Russia, Canada and Australia. The outgoing South Korean president, Lee Myung-bak, toured the site of the plant in Barakah, in the Western Region, on November 21, marking the completion of almost a quarter of construction work eight weeks ahead of ...  >>MORE

UAE signs six deals for uranium supply in 2012

Posted on 19/12/2012

Nuclear energy to provide 25 per cent of the UAE's power needs The UAE-Russian Federation peaceful nuclear energy agreement, which was signed on Monday at the Foreign Ministry, is deemed a legal framework for supplying nuclear fuel services to the UAE and in line with the country's policy on the development of a national nuclear energy programme. This was stated by Hamad Al Ka'abi, UAE's permanent representative to the International Atomic Energy Agency and board member of Federal Authority ...  >>MORE

UAE and Russia sign nuclear cooperation deal

Posted on 18/12/2012

The UAE and the Russian Federation on Monday signed a bilateral cooperation agreement in the field of peaceful nuclear energy. The agreement was signed in Abu Dhabi by Mohammad Bin Dhaen Al Hamli, Minister of Energy, and Sergey Kirienko, Director General of State Atomic Energy Corporation "Rosatom". The agreement comes in line with the UAE policy on the development of a national nuclear energy programme. "The agreement signed yesterday has a primary objective to facilitate and strengthen ...  >>MORE

UAE reiterates its commitment to high standard of nuclear safety

Posted on 16/12/2012

The United Arab Emirates reiterated yesterday its commitment to the high standard of nuclear safety in the quest to develop its peaceful nuclear programme. In a statement made to the IAEA Fukushima Ministerial Conference on Nuclear Safety that opened on Saturday in Japan, the Permanent Representative of the UAE to the IAEA Ambassador Hamad Al Kaabi also said that UAE will put into practice the lessons learnt from Fukushima Daiichi nuclear accident. "In light of the natural disaster that took ...  >>MORE

UAE participates at the meeting of States Parties to BTWC

Posted on 12/12/2012

Geneva: The UAE delegation headed by Obaid Salem Saeed Nasser Alzaabi, Ambassador/ Representative of the United Arab Emirates to the United Nations and Other International Organisations in Geneva, is participating in the Meeting of States Parties to the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention (BTWC) which commenced here on Monday. The five-day Meeting of States Parties will consider the work of the Meeting of Experts (16-20 July 2012) on the three standing agenda items (cooperation and ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi eyes 23% of power from N-sources

Posted on 09/12/2012

Abu Dhabi, which is working on a comprehensive plan to diversify its energy mix, will derive 23 per cent of its electricity from nuclear sources by 2020. "This is expected to reduce 12 million metric tonnes of CO2eq per annum,” said Dr Mohamed Al Madfaei, executive director at the Environment Agency in Abu Dhabi, while speaking at a penal discussion in cooperation with New York University in Doha. A nuclear power plant is under construction at Braka near Ruwais in the Western region. The $20 ...  >>MORE

UAE decries non convening of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty Review Conference this year

Posted on 26/11/2012

The United Arab Emirates has regretted the lack of possibility on convening the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty Review Conference 2012 as stated in the Final Act of the Conference in 2010. The United Arab Emirates calls on all parties and organisers of the conference to work very hard to hold the conference as soon as possible in 2013. It also calls on all countries in the region to participate at the conference in the spirit of consensus and cooperation. It continues to support the efforts ...  >>MORE

Korean leader hails UAE achievements

Posted on 22/11/2012

The President, His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, held talks with visiting President Lee Myung-bak of South Korea at Al Rawda Palace here on Wednesday. General Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, and Sheikh Hamdan bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Ruler's Representative in the Western Region, were also present. Sheikh Khalifa welcomed the Korean president, noting the distinguished bilateral relations between the ...  >>MORE

Mohammed bin Zayed and Korean President visit Barakah, site of peaceful nuclear energy program

Posted on 22/11/2012

His Highness General Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, has reaffirmed the close UAE-Korea friendship under both UAE President His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan and Korean President Lee Myung-Bak. Sheikh Mohammed praised President Myung-Bak's keenness to promote bilateral cooperation and take it to a new level of progress, particularly with regards to the peaceful nuclear energy program in the ...  >>MORE

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UAE to host International Framework For Nuclear Energy Cooperation


Al Hammadi: Nuclear energy is a fundamental source of energy


Emirates Nuclear Energy Corp named Official Patron of WEC


Nuclear Regulation Authority launches interactive online service via Facebook and Twitter


UAE on track to commission nuclear plants


Abu Dhabi residents learn more about UAE's peaceful nuclear programme


UAE IAEA official meets envoys at UN Assembly


UAE re-elected to membership of IAEA Board of Governors


UAE highlights progress of its peaceful nuclear programme at IAEA General Conference


ENEC receives Emirates Steel first shipment of nuclear-grade steel


Nuclear Regulator invites public to comment on Requirements for Off-Site Emergency Planning for Nuclear Facilities


Emirates powers ahead with the nuclear dream


New Nuclear International Conference to be held in Abu Dhabi


Nuclear security a top priority, says UAE


UAE has taken significant steps in development of its peaceful nuclear programme: Al Mazrouie


Abu Dhabi nuclear plant site prepares for 17,000 new arrivals


Safety a priority for UAE’s peaceful N-programme


IAEA and UAE sign Integrated Work Plan


UAE commences work on second nuclear reactor


FANR issues training guidance for radiation protection


Abu Dhabi breaking ground on second reactor as nuclear power vision takes shape


Nuclear regulator invites public to comment on nuclear facilities guide


UAE nuclear plants designed to withstand earthquakes


UAE’s nuclear energy programme on track


ENEC installs containment liner plate for UAE's first nuclear energy plant


UAE nuclear energy drive gains public confidence


UAE nuclear programme eyes ‘gold standard’


FANR hosts awareness forum on N-project


IAEA Director General briefed on UAE Nuclear Power Plant Construction


Nuclear energy fundamental for UAE sustainable water and energy future


Abdullah bin Zayed hails IAEA's support to UAE's nuclear peaceful program


IAEA's chief Amano highlights adherence to transparency and int'l collaboration of UAE peaceful nuclear energy program


Nuclear – Atomic plant in Western Region powers ahead of schedule


UAE signs six deals for uranium supply in 2012


UAE and Russia sign nuclear cooperation deal


UAE reiterates its commitment to high standard of nuclear safety


UAE participates at the meeting of States Parties to BTWC


Abu Dhabi eyes 23% of power from N-sources


UAE decries non convening of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty Review Conference this year


Korean leader hails UAE achievements


Mohammed bin Zayed and Korean President visit Barakah, site of peaceful nuclear energy program