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INFRASTRUCTURAL DEVELOPMENT - NUCLEAR ENERGY

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

Abu Dhabi's nuclear power vision gets Seoul

Posted on 21/11/2012

The South Korean president, Lee Myung-bak, will break ground at the UAE's first nuclear power plant site today, marking a new milestone in relations between the two countries. Mr Lee is on his third visit to the Emirates in relation to the nuclear project after negotiating and securing, in 2009 and 2010, contracts for the Barakah Nuclear Power Plant, in the Western Region. The 32-year-old relationship between the UAE and South Korea has rapidly developed since a 2006 visit by then prime ...  >>MORE

FANR's new radiation safety guide open for public comment

Posted on 15/11/2012

The Federal Authority for Nuclear Regulation (FANR) yesterday released a new draft regulatory guide on Radiation Safety in Industrial Radiography (FANR-RG-019). FANR is inviting the public to review and comment on it. The guide aims to help industrial radiography licensees who possess, use, manufacture, handle, store, transport or dispose of regulated material to understand and comply with the FANR's Regulation on Basic Safety Standards for Facilities and Activities Involving Ionising ...  >>MORE

Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid attends opening of WEF 2012 – declares Oct 22 as World Energy Day

Posted on 23/10/2012

The Dubai World Energy Forum (WEF) kicked off yesterday at the Dubai World Trade Centre (DWTC) under the patronage of UAE Vice President, Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum In his opening statement on behalf of the UAE, H. H. Sheikh Maktoum bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Deputy ruler of Dubai, welcomed the UAE guests and thanked them for accepting the invitation to participate in this global event which is held for the first time outside ...  >>MORE

UAE works hard for sustainable energy

Posted on 22/10/2012

As one of the world's largest oil producers, the UAE is doing everything but resting on its laurels when it comes to its ensuring future contributions to the global energy sector. A slew of renewable energy projects now in the works across the country from solar and wind power has put the UAE in the top levels of countries vying to diversify energy production to meet future demands while remaining sustainable. The UAE aims to produce seven per cent of its electricity, for example, through ...  >>MORE

Lasting contribution of the UAE's inspirational nuclear pioneers

Posted on 22/10/2012

The UAE was transformed just a few decades ago by a generation of science students who were determined to become leaders in the global oil and gas industry and help to shape their nation's economic future. These pioneers were determined to take meaningful roles in their country's critical industry and carve a path for other Emiratis to follow. They made a lasting contribution as the ranks of the UAE's oil and gas industry are filled with skilled Emirati managers and engineers. And today, ...  >>MORE

UAE issues Nuclear Liability Law

Posted on 16/10/2012

His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, President of the UAE, has issued Federal Law by Decree No 4 of 2012, Concerning Civil Liability for Nuclear Damage. Explanation of the Law was made yesterday by Hamad al Kaabi, the UAE's permanent representative to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and Special Representative for International Nuclear Cooperation, during a press conference held at the Federal Authority for Nuclear Regulation (FANR) headquarters in Abu Dhabi. "This ...  >>MORE

UAE poised to become leader in renewable energy

Posted on 11/10/2012

There is no shortage of natural resources in the UAE which holds the world's sixth-largest oil reserves and has the fifth-largest national gas reserve, a privileged position which has garnered substantial economic benefits for the nation ever since the union in 1971. In recent years, however, with ecological scarcities plaguing the planet, and energy consumption continuously on the rise, the UAE has sought to considerably reduce its dependency on oil. Instead, it has focused on the sustainable ...  >>MORE

International Advisory Board publishes fifth semi-annual report on UAE's peaceful nuclear energy program

Posted on 04/10/2012

The International Advisory Board (IAB), a body mandated to provide an independent assessment of the United Arab Emirates' (UAE) Peaceful Nuclear Energy Program, published its fifth semi-annual report yesterday. The report reflects the discussions and meetings that took place in Abu Dhabi on March 2012. In attendance at these meetings were members of the Board of the IAB and UAE entities operating in the nuclear energy sector, which include the Federal Authority for Nuclear Regulation (FANR) ...  >>MORE

Safety assured in UAE nuclear energy

Posted on 26/09/2012

An Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation (Enec) official has assured the public that four nuclear energy units set to be built in the country will be completely safe. One nuclear energy plant, consisting of four units, is to be completed by 2020 in the UAE to help meet the country's demand for electricity. Fahad Al Qah'tani, Director of External Affairs and Communications at Enec, speaking to the audience at a lecture at the Cultural and Scientific Association, said that the UAE has safety as ...  >>MORE

UAE calls to establish a zone free of nuclear weapons

Posted on 23/09/2012

Vienna: The United Arab Emirates has called on all countries of the region to make a positive commitment to contribute to the establishment of a zone free of nuclear weapons in the Middle East, noting that all countries of the region should join the NPT, and fully implement and comply with comprehensive safeguards agreement and their international obligations. Hamad al Kaabi, the UAE's permanent representative to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) in his statement before the 56th ...  >>MORE

UAE gears up for mega energy conference

Posted on 23/09/2012

The UAE will play host to dozens of heads of state, scores of national energy ministers and hundreds of top leaders from the energy industry as it gears up to hold the World Energy Forum in Dubai next month to build a roadmap towards cleaner, safer and more sustainable energy that can benefit all nations and people. Held under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, this will be the first time that ...  >>MORE

Abdullah bin Zayed and John Baird sign agreement on peaceful uses of Nuclear Energy

Posted on 20/09/2012

Ottawa: H. H. Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan, UAE's Foreign Minister and his Canadian Counterpart John Baird yesterday signed an agreement between the Governments of the United Arab Emirates and Canada for cooperation in the field of peaceful uses of nuclear energy. The signing took place here at the headquarters of the Canadian Parliament and comes within the framework of enhancing cooperation between UAE and Canada in light of the significant growth and development witnessed in their ...  >>MORE

Enec, NECMA sign pact on Barakah N-power plant

Posted on 10/09/2012

The National Emergency Crisis Management Authority (Necma) and the Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation (Enec) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on Sunday. The MoU consolidates the relationship between the two entities and will facilitate the development of off-site emergency response plans for the Barakah nuclear power plant. Signed by Mohamed Khalfan Matar Al Romaithi, general manager of Necma and Mohamed Al Hammadi, chief executive officer at Enec, the MoU establishes the specific ...  >>MORE

Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation awards Nuclear Fuel Supply contracts

Posted on 16/08/2012

The Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation (ENEC) announced yesterday the results of the nuclear fuel procurement competition launched in July 2011. The goal of the fuel competition is to create a strategy to cover supply for the first 15 years of operations. A portfolio of leading international nuclear fuel suppliers have been contracted to provide a series of nuclear fuel services to cover ENEC's requirements. The resulting fuel strategy guarantees security of supply, quality assurance of ...  >>MORE

Japan eager to collaborate with UAE on renewables

Posted on 11/08/2012

The Japanese government is eager for its corporations to collaborate with the UAE in the renewable energy sector, says its outgoing ambassador. "For centuries, Japan has been a model for knowledge, research and state-of-the-art technologies in different fields," said Tatsuo Watanabe. "For collaboration with the Emirates, the Japanese corporations simply say: 'The Emirates has capital and we have technology, jointly we can make a change'." Both countries, he added, "are eager to promote ...  >>MORE

UAE- Australian relations witness remarkable growth

Posted on 02/08/2012

The bilateral relations between UAE and Australia have witnessed remarkable progress in the recent years since the opening of the UAE Embassy in Canberra in 1997. Both countries enjoy long term bilateral relations based on trade in the areas of oil, gas, minerals, meat, livestock and others. They also have cooperation ties in the fields of military, defence and security. H. H. Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Foreign Minister and Australian Foreign Minister Bob Carr signed yesterday the ...  >>MORE

British official backs UAE's nuclear ambitions

Posted on 02/08/2012

The UAE is well placed to develop a peaceful nuclear energy project, a British official has said. Barbara Judge, chairperson of the UK Atomic Energy Authority, said she believes it is necessary for the UAE to push ahead with plans for a nuclear power project as the country needs an alternative energy source and oil prices are likely to rise once the current global financial crisis passes. The UAE has signed agreements with France and the United States to develop a peaceful nuclear power ...  >>MORE

UAE and Australia sign agreement for cooperation in peaceful use of nuclear energy

Posted on 01/08/2012

The United Arab Emirates and Australia signed here today an agreement for cooperation in peaceful use of nuclear energy. The agreement was signed by UAE Foreign Minister H.H. Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan and Australian Foreign Minister Bob Carr, who is currently on a visit to the UAE. Like other agreements signed by the UAE with a number of technology and nuclear materials exporting countries, this agreement sets a framework for cooperation between the two countries in the peaceful ...  >>MORE

Enec starts construction of UAE’s first nuclear energy plant

Posted on 22/07/2012

The Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation (ENEC) officially commenced the construction of the UAE's first nuclear energy plant Wednesday by pouring the first nuclear safety concrete for Barakah Unit 1, Mohammad Al Hammadi, CEO of ENEC, told the Gulf News in an interview. "The safety concrete was poured at Barakah on Wednesday afternoon in front of a gathering including ENEC's senior management and site team, and ENEC's Prime Contractor, the Korea Electric Power Corporation (KEPCO),” said Al ...  >>MORE

UAE nuclear regulator approves Barakah power plant construction

Posted on 19/07/2012

The Federal Authority for Nuclear Regulation (FANR) of the United Arab Emirates has granted the Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation (ENEC) a licence to construct two nuclear power reactor units at its proposed Barakah site in the Western Region of the Abu Dhabi Emirate. During a press conference held at "Intercontinental Abu Dhabi", Hamad Al Kaabi, the UAE's permanent representative to the International Atomic Energy Agency said that the Licence for the Construction of Units One and Two of the ...  >>MORE

UAE's first nuclear power plant gets green light

Posted on 18/07/2012

The nuclear regulator has given the green light for the construction of the UAE's first nuclear plant. Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation (Enec) is set to pour the first concrete today at the coastal site of Baraka, where four nuclear reactors supplied by a South Korean consortium are scheduled to come online between 2017 and 2020. "We will have the first concrete pouring,” said Jun-Yeon Byun the chief nuclear officer of Korea Electric Power Corporation (Kepco), the lead company in the US$20 ...  >>MORE

Safety assurance made on UAE's first nuclear plant

Posted on 17/07/2012

Residents who live near the nation's first nuclear plant at Braka in Abu Dhabi's Western Region have been told they will be surrounded by a network of air-quality monitors to ensure that the plant releases only acceptable, small and safe levels of radiation. "You will get a radiation dose from living anywhere in the world, including in Abu Dhabi - from the walls, the rocks, sand, from cosmic rays, from bananas ... even potassium in your body," said John Loy, the director of radiation safety ...  >>MORE

National students get unique opportunity

Posted on 08/07/2012

Two Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation (Enec) scholarship students have been selected as part of an elite group of individuals to study at a world-leading centre for scientific research. Emirati students Abdulla Abdulaziz Alhajri and Ali Ibrahim Al Nuaimi will undertake internships this summer at Cern, the European Organisation for Nuclear Research in Geneva, Switzerland. The Cern Summer Student Programme offers undergraduate students of physics, computing and engineering such as Abdulla ...  >>MORE

Emirati nuclear reactor operators complete Westinghouse simulator training program

Posted on 30/05/2012

A select group of talented Emiratis have completed their foundational training program to become the UAE's first certified nuclear reactor operators. Senior Reactor Operators play a critical role in the direction and supervision of a nuclear energy facility; ensuring safe operation, maintenance and testing, Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation's said in an emailed press release. The program is part of ENEC's comprehensive training program to prepare this elite group to attain Senior Reactor ...  >>MORE

UAE deposits instruments for joining Protocol to Amend the 1963 Vienna Convention on Civil Liability

Posted on 30/05/2012

Vienna - Yesterday at the IAEA Headquarters in Vienna, Austria, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) deposited instruments for joining the Protocol to Amend the 1963 Vienna Convention on Civil Liability for Nuclear Damage and the Joint Protocol on the Application of the Vienna and Paris Conventions. Letters of accession to the conventions signed by HH Sheikh Abdulla Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, the UAE Foreign Minister, were deposited at the IAEA yesterday by Ambassador Hamad Al Kaabi , UAE Permanent ...  >>MORE

FANR seeks Western region community involvement

Posted on 16/05/2012

The Federal Authority for Nuclear Regulation (FANR) hosted a public forum to provide the Western Region community with insight into FANR's Mission, Vision and Core values. During the event FANR explained its role in the UAE's peaceful nuclear power programme and in its function in regulating and licensing radioactive materials and radiation sources used in medicine, research, oil exploration and other industries. The forum was held at the Cultural Centre in Madinat Zayed and was attended by ...  >>MORE

Enec opens N-energy scholarship programme

Posted on 15/05/2012

Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation (Enec) has announced the opening of the 2012 intake for the UAE Nuclear Energy Scholarship Programme. Offering a total of 75 positions, the scholarships are part of Enec's Energy Pioneers Programme which aims to attract and train the country's most talented science students and experienced professionals, and provide them with an opportunity to become pioneers of the emerging nuclear energy sector. The Energy Pioneers programme is critical in building a ...  >>MORE

UAE calls for more to sign nuclear safety treaty

Posted on 12/05/2012

The UAE has urged more countries to sign up to a nuclear convention committing them to international standards of safety. Hamad Al Kaabi, the UAE Ambassador to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), made the call in Vienna at a meeting ahead of the next non-proliferation summit. "We encourage all states that have not yet done so to become party to the Convention on Nuclear Safety, especially those states with significant nuclear facilities," Mr Al Kaabi said. The convention was drawn ...  >>MORE

IAB publishes fourth semi-annual report on the UAE's peaceful nuclear energy program

Posted on 08/05/2012

The International Advisory Board (IAB), a body mandated to provide an independent assessment of the United Arab Emirates' (UAE) Peaceful Nuclear Energy Program, published its fourth semi-annual report yesterday. The report reflects the consultations, discussions and briefings that took place in Abu Dhabi in November 2011. In attendance at these meetings were members of the Board of the IAB and UAE entities operating in the nuclear energy sector, such as the Federal Authority for Nuclear ...  >>MORE

The nation's ambassador for all things nuclear

Posted on 19/04/2012

He started his journey last week in Canada for nuclear cooperation talks. He then stopped in France to tour radioactive-waste sites and ended the week in Abu Dhabi, where he has an office at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in addition to one at the United Nations complex in Vienna. Hamad Al Kaabi, the UAE's permanent representative to the UN's International Atomic Energy Agency, is the nation's diplomat for all things nuclear. The first Emirati graduate in nuclear engineering, he is as ...  >>MORE

Mohammed bin Zayed affirms UAE support for improving global nuclear security infrastructure

Posted on 28/03/2012

Seoul - His Highness General Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, announced the UAE contribution of a million US dollars towards the expansion and enhancement of the International Atomic Energy Agency's Safeguards Analytical Laboratory (SAL) and the hosting in October 2013 of an international conference on strategies and techniques for maintaining continuous control of radioactive sources throughout their life ...  >>MORE

Mohammed bin Zayed meets Australian Prime Minister

Posted on 28/03/2012

Seoul - His Highness General Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, met here yesterday Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard. The meeting, which took place on the fringe of the Seoul Nuclear Security Summit 2012 at COEX Convention and Exhibition Centre, reviewed adequate means of boosting relations of joint cooperation in a manner that realises aspirations of leaderships of the two friendly countries. The UAE and ...  >>MORE

NSS is fundamental part of int'l efforts to eliminate threats of misappropriation of nuclear materials, says Mohammed bin Zayed

Posted on 27/03/2012

Seoul - His Highness General Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces has stressed that the Nuclear Security Summit (NSS) represents a fundamental part of international efforts to eliminate the threats arising from the misappropriation of nuclear materials and technology, including the threat of "nuclear terrorism." He said this in a statement yesterday. Full text of the statement of His Highness General Sheikh ...  >>MORE

Mohammed bin Zayed urges Emirati interns in Korea to gain advanced knowledge and know-how

Posted on 27/03/2012

Seoul - Visiting Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces His Highness General Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan received yesterday at his residence here a group of UAE engineers and students who are attending and getting training at Korean higher education institutions and major companies. Sheikh Mohammed welcomed in attendance of Foreign Minister H.H. Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan engineers dispatched by Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation ...  >>MORE

Mohammed bin Zayed attends reception for participants in the Nuclear Security Summit 2012

Posted on 27/03/2012

His Highness General Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces has attended the reception hosted by South Korean President Lee Myung-bak at COEX Convention and Exhibition Centre in Seoul in honour of the heads and representatives of the delegations attending the Nuclear Security Summit 2012. The event is attended by a number of presidents and heads of states to discuss the issues of nuclear security. Earlier the ...  >>MORE

Mohammed bin Zayed to lead UAE delegation to Nuclear Safety Summit in Korea

Posted on 25/03/2012

His Highness Gen. Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces will lead the UAE's delegation to the Nuclear Safety Summit 2012, which will be held in Seoul between 26 and 28 March. Over 50 world's leaders will attend the summit, including UN Secretary General Ban Ki Moon. After the summit, Sheikh Mohammed will pay an official visit to the People's Republic of China during which he will hold talks with the officials there on ...  >>MORE

ENEC granted approval for additional preparatory work at Barakah site

Posted on 11/03/2012

The Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation (ENEC) has been granted approval by the UAE Federal Authority for Nuclear Regulation (FANR) for additional civil works at the proposed site for the UAE's first nuclear power plants in Barakah, located in the Western Region of Abu Dhabi. Approval for the additional works has also been provided by The Environment Agency - Abu Dhabi (EAD), the Emirate's environmental regulator. In October 2011, ENEC requested approval to undertake the preparatory work to ...  >>MORE

Nuclear engineering firm Enercon opens UAE office

Posted on 21/02/2012

Nuclear engineering firm Enercon Services has opened an office in the UAE to target Middle East region where a number of countries look to developer nuclear power programmes. The company also opened a second office Brussels, Belgium, taking the number of offices to 21 worldwide. Founded in 1983, Enercon is a highly respected engineering, nuclear licensing, environmental, technical and management services firm. Enercon provides a broad range of professional services to private, public, and ...  >>MORE

Federal Authority for Nuclear Regulation releases Radiation Safety Guide

Posted on 12/02/2012

A new guidance document aimed at ensuring proper radiation protection in the UAE is ready for use by the licensees of the Federal Authority for Nuclear Regulation (FANR). The Regulatory Guide for Radiation Safety (FANR-RG-007) assists the licensees who possess, use, manufacture, handle, store, transport or dispose of radiation sources and radiation generators. It also helps them understand and comply with FANR's regulation on Basic Safety Standards for Facilities and Activities involving ...  >>MORE

ENEC Board visits UAE Reference Plants in Korea

Posted on 09/02/2012

The Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation's (ENEC) Board of Directors visited the Republic of Korea this week to receive an update on the construction of two nuclear reactors, Shin Kori 3 and 4, which are the reference plants for the UAE's first nuclear energy plant. Chairman of the Board Khaldoon Al Mubarak and Minister of Foreign Trade and Deputy Chairman Sheikha Lubna Al Qasimi, were joined by Board Members Jasem Mohamed Al Zaabi, Mohammed Sahoo Al Suwaidi, and David Scott. Also in ...  >>MORE

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


Abu Dhabi's nuclear power vision gets Seoul


FANR's new radiation safety guide open for public comment


Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid attends opening of WEF 2012 – declares Oct 22 as World Energy Day


UAE works hard for sustainable energy


Lasting contribution of the UAE's inspirational nuclear pioneers


UAE issues Nuclear Liability Law


UAE poised to become leader in renewable energy


International Advisory Board publishes fifth semi-annual report on UAE's peaceful nuclear energy program


Safety assured in UAE nuclear energy


UAE calls to establish a zone free of nuclear weapons


UAE gears up for mega energy conference


Abdullah bin Zayed and John Baird sign agreement on peaceful uses of Nuclear Energy


Enec, NECMA sign pact on Barakah N-power plant


Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation awards Nuclear Fuel Supply contracts


Japan eager to collaborate with UAE on renewables


UAE- Australian relations witness remarkable growth


British official backs UAE's nuclear ambitions


UAE and Australia sign agreement for cooperation in peaceful use of nuclear energy


Enec starts construction of UAE’s first nuclear energy plant


UAE nuclear regulator approves Barakah power plant construction


UAE's first nuclear power plant gets green light


Safety assurance made on UAE's first nuclear plant


National students get unique opportunity


Emirati nuclear reactor operators complete Westinghouse simulator training program


UAE deposits instruments for joining Protocol to Amend the 1963 Vienna Convention on Civil Liability


FANR seeks Western region community involvement


Enec opens N-energy scholarship programme


UAE calls for more to sign nuclear safety treaty


IAB publishes fourth semi-annual report on the UAE's peaceful nuclear energy program


The nation's ambassador for all things nuclear


Mohammed bin Zayed affirms UAE support for improving global nuclear security infrastructure


Mohammed bin Zayed meets Australian Prime Minister


NSS is fundamental part of int'l efforts to eliminate threats of misappropriation of nuclear materials, says Mohammed bin Zayed


Mohammed bin Zayed urges Emirati interns in Korea to gain advanced knowledge and know-how


Mohammed bin Zayed attends reception for participants in the Nuclear Security Summit 2012


Mohammed bin Zayed to lead UAE delegation to Nuclear Safety Summit in Korea


ENEC granted approval for additional preparatory work at Barakah site


Nuclear engineering firm Enercon opens UAE office


Federal Authority for Nuclear Regulation releases Radiation Safety Guide


ENEC Board visits UAE Reference Plants in Korea