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INFRASTRUCTURAL DEVELOPMENT - NUCLEAR ENERGY

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

UAE regulator invites public comments on nuclear power plant guide

Posted on 06/02/2012

The Federal Authority for Nuclear Regulation (FANR) has invited the public to review and comment on its new guide, which focuses on designing and operating a nuclear power plant. The draft Guidelines for the Design, Construction and Operation of Nuclear Power Plants (FANR-RG-005) is aimed at helping any utility that wishes to operate a nuclear power plant in the UAE understand the regulator's requirements for the citing, design, construction, commissioning and operation of such a facility. ...  >>MORE

Prime Minister of S. Korea visits UAE's proposed Nuclear Energy site

Posted on 18/01/2012

The Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation (ENEC) welcomed on Tuesday, Prime Minister of S. Korea Kim Hwang-Sik to Braka in the Western Region of Abu Dhabi, the proposed site for the UAE's first nuclear energy plants. During the visit, the premier was received by ENEC's CEO Mohamed Al Hammadi, KEPCO Chief Executive Officer, Kim Joong Kyum and senior ENEC executives. They briefed the premier on the progress achieved so far in the development of the nuclear energy program and the future plans. ...  >>MORE

ENEC submits report on lessons learned from Fukushima-Daiichi accident to FANR

Posted on 03/01/2012

The Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation (ENEC) submitted its evaluation of the lessons learned from the March 2011 accident at Japan's Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant on Friday December 30, 2011, to the UAE's independent nuclear energy regulator, the Federal Authority for Nuclear Regulation (FANR). The review represents an additional assessment of the safety of the proposed nuclear energy plant. ENEC has previously presented a comprehensive safety case for the plant, which is detailed ...  >>MORE

Nuclear regulator wins accolades from review team

Posted on 25/12/2011

The Braka-1 nuclear plant is slated to operate in 2017, with its three sister plants following at one-year intervals, said William Travers, the UAE's Federal Authority for Nuclear Regulation's (FANR) director-general. Travers added the Integrated Regulatory Review Service (IRRS) team presented its initial findings in Abu Dhabi on its ten-day mission during which they found "good practices in the regulatory system; yet with some recommendations and suggestions for further improvement. "The ...  >>MORE

FANR, new South Korean nuclear regulator reaffirm cooperation

Posted on 21/12/2011

The UAE and South Korean nuclear regulators have reaffirmed the cooperation between the two bodies with an agreement they signed in Abu Dhabi. Dr Ahmed Mubarak Al Mazrouei, Chairman of the Board of Management of the Federal Authority for Nuclear Regulation (FANR), and Dr Kang Chang Sun, Chairman of the recently established Nuclear Safety and Security Commission (NSSC), signed the agreement on Monday on behalf of their organisations. "We at FANR value this excellent relationship with our ...  >>MORE

UAE, IAEA signs Cooperation Framework with IAEA

Posted on 07/12/2011

The United Arab Emirates completed another important step in the framework of its cooperation with the International Atomic Energy Agency by signing its Country Profile Framework with the Agency, (CPF), in Abu Dhabi yesterday, at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The Country Profile Framework was signed by the Deputy Director General of the Technical Cooperation Department at the International Atomic Energy Agency, Kwaku Aning, while on the UAE side by Ambassador Hamad Al Ka'abi, Permanent ...  >>MORE

UAE, Finnish regulators to co-operate in nuclear issues

Posted on 21/11/2011

The Federal Authority for Nuclear Regulation (FANR) and Finland's Radiation and Nuclear Safety Authority (STUK) on Sunday signed an agreement in Abu Dhabi allowing the two regulators to cooperate in the areas of radiation safety, nuclear safety, security and safeguards. Under this bilateral arrangement signed by FANR's Director General Dr William D. Travers and STUK's Director General Jukka Laaksonen, the two nuclear regulatory bodies will exchange information, experience, staff ...  >>MORE

IAB publishes 3rd semi-annual report on UAE's peaceful nuclear energy program

Posted on 16/11/2011

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 third semi-annual report yesterday. The report reflects the discussions and meetings that took place in Abu Dhabi in March, 2011. In attendance at these meetings were all members of the Board of the IAB and UAE entities operating in the nuclear energy sectors, such as the Federal Authority for Nuclear Regulation (FANR) ...  >>MORE

Blix hails UAE nuclear programme

Posted on 03/11/2011

Dr Hans Blix, Former Swedish Foreign Minister, Honorary Director General of International Atomic Energy Agency and the UN's former top weapons inspector in Iraq, has underlined that the UAE played a leading role in adopting the advanced civil nuclear energy programme. He added that there is a need to exchange nuclear data in the Gulf, similar to European Nuclear Safety Regulator Group, indicating that the proliferation of nuclear weapons does not ensue automatically from the civil nuclear ...  >>MORE

FANR trains Emiratis in assessing safety of nuclear facilities

Posted on 31/10/2011

The Federal Authority for Nuclear Regulation (FANR) week-long workshop on Safety Assessment of Nuclear Power Plants started yesterday in the capital. The workshop aimed at boosting Emirati capacity to assess safety of nuclear facilities drew 19 participants from the Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation (ENEC), Khalifa University and FANR itself, who have recently graduated from science and engineering studies. The event is organised jointly by FANR, the International Atomic Energy Agency ...  >>MORE

FANR's statement on lost radioactive source used in industrial radiography

Posted on 30/10/2011

A lost radioactive source used to inspect metal pipe welds for flaws may cause injuries if not handled professionally, the UAE's nuclear regulator said in a statement. The warning came when a company based in Abu Dhabi's industrial Mussafah area notified the Federal Authority for Nuclear Regulation (FANR) of the loss of a radioactive source. The Iridium source (Ir-192), used to inspect metal pipe welds for any flaws, has been unaccounted for since the late hours of Tuesday 25 October, the ...  >>MORE

ENEC requests approval for preparatory work at Braka site

Posted on 17/10/2011

The Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation (ENEC) said it requested that the UAE Federal Authority for Nuclear Regulation (FANR) approve additional preparatory construction work at the proposed site for the UAE's first nuclear power plants in Braka. ENEC, in a press release, said it is requesting approval to undertake the following preparatory work: Creation of a smooth flat surface at the bottom of the excavation in preparation for the pouring of the initial safety concrete for Units 1 '&' 2. ...  >>MORE

UAE will continue to take further concrete steps towards developing its peaceful nuclear energy program

Posted on 09/10/2011

New York - The United Arab Emirates has said that it will continue to take further concrete steps towards developing its peaceful nuclear energy program in order to meet its growing needs of electricity within the framework of the safeguards and supervision of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). "UAE will continue to take further concrete steps towards developing its peaceful nuclear energy program in order to meet its growing needs of electricity within the framework of the ...  >>MORE

12% of Dubai's energy from nuclear power by 2030

Posted on 27/09/2011

Twelve per cent of Dubai's energy will come from nuclear power by 2030, Saeed Al Tayer, Vice-Chairman of the Dubai Supreme Council of Energy, said on Monday. But Al Tayer also said that Dubai did not plan to build nuclear power plants of its own but would import power from other nations. Al Tayer also revealed that a new solar power plant project will soon be developed to reduce reliance on gas as well as to reduce carbon emissions. He added that while 99 per cent of Dubai's energy ...  >>MORE

UAE nuclear fuel deal in early 2012

Posted on 26/09/2011

The UAE will award a contract in early 2012 for the supply of nuclear fuel to run its four nuclear reactors which the country is planning to construct as part of an ambitious peaceful programme to meet its growing energy needs. The Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation (Enec), a government establishment created last year to oversee the ambitious project, also said it would launch construction work for the infrastructure of the plants in Barrakah in the western region in mid 2012 to pave the way ...  >>MORE

UAE reaffirms commitment to peaceful nuclear energy with highest safety and security in cooperation with IAEA

Posted on 25/09/2011

Vienna - The UAE has confirmed its keenness to apply the highest standards of nuclear safety and security through the implementation of its program of peaceful nuclear energy in full transparency and commitment to the highest standards in addition to its commitment to cooperate with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). "We have committed ourselves to using peaceful nuclear energy in abidance with the highest standards of safety and security, and has adopted a detailed policy in 2008 ...  >>MORE

FANR seeks public comments on draft Transport Safety Guide

Posted on 25/08/2011

The Federal Authority for Nuclear Regulation (FANR) yesterday invited the public to review and comment on its draft regulatory guide on shipment and transport of radioactive materials. The draft Transportation Safety Guide (FANR-RG-006) is intended to help licensees make the decisions and take the actions needed to transport radioactive materials safely and efficiently. This document provides guidance for FANR-REG-13, Regulation for the Safe Transport of Radioactive Materials. The Guide can ...  >>MORE

Top Emirati students complete nuclear energy internship in S. Korea

Posted on 08/08/2011

Twenty-five students from the Institute of Applied Technology (IAT) have successfully completed a two-week internship in the Republic of Korea as part of the Nuclear Energy Sudo Summer Program, a joint initiative between the Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation (ENEC), IAT, the Korea Electric Power Corporation (KEPCO) and the Sudo Electric Technical High School (SDE). The program, now in its second year, offers high-achieving Grade 11 students from IAT with a unique opportunity to gain ...  >>MORE

UAE's alternative energy projects up to US$100b by 2020, says MoE

Posted on 13/07/2011

The Ministry of Economy, or MoE, said the private sector investments in the UAE's alternative and energy projects could exceed US$100 billion by 2010. "Investment opportunities in the market for alternative and sustainable energy projects that can be invested by the private sector in the UAE will be around US$100 billion by 2020. Globally, the total alternative investments could reach US$1.5 billion by 2010", the MoE's committee on UAE's Investment Map said in a press release on Monday. The ...  >>MORE

UAE reiterates its commitment to the nuclear safety measures

Posted on 21/06/2011

The UAE has reiterated its commitment to the highest nuclear safety measures through its efforts to set up the National Nuclear Safety Infrastructure, and preparedness to implement the lessons learnt from the Fukushima Nuclear Accident in Japan. This came in a speech delivered by Dr Anwar Mohammed Gargash, UAE State Minister for Foreign Affairs, at the Nuclear Safety Conference, which opened yesterday in Vienna. Addressing a five-day long Ministerial Conference on Nuclear Safety, hosted by ...  >>MORE

UAE mulls N-reactor changes

Posted on 16/06/2011

The UAE's nuclear regulator said there could be changes to the design and location of the country's proposed nuclear reactors to ensure safety following Japan's nuclear disaster. Japan's struggle to contain radiation leaks at its Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant following an earthquake and tsunami on March 11 has prompted other countries with nuclear reactors and those planning to build them to rethink safety issues. "Everything is on track. We asked Emirates Nuclear Energy Corp (ENEC) and its ...  >>MORE

Public invited to review FANR regulations

Posted on 09/06/2011

The Federal Authority for Nuclear Regulation (FANR) issued two new draft regulations on Wednesday and invited the public to review and comment on them. The Regulation for the System of Accounting for and Control of Nuclear Material and Application of Additional Protocol (FANR-REG-10) established a system with which FANR can verify the amount and whereabouts of nuclear material and activities in the UAE. This helps FANR to meet international obligations and commitments under the UAE's Safeguards ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi's nuclear dream to get Japanese briefing

Posted on 31/05/2011

A member of Japan's nuclear commission is to meet officials in Abu Dhabi tomorrow as the future of nuclear energy returns to the spotlight after Germany's decision to end its use of atomic power by 2022. Japan is still trying to contain radiation from the crisis at the Fukushima Daiichi power plant that was triggered by an earthquake and tsunami in March. The government is preparing to pay millions of dollars of compensation to people affected by the crisis at the plant. The episode has ...  >>MORE

UAE weighs options for nuclear waste disposal

Posted on 30/05/2011

The UAE is weighing options for the long-term storage of nuclear waste from the country's proposed US$20 billion (Dh73.45bn) nuclear power plant. One option under discussion is an underground cave to be shared with other nations from the region that could hold radioactive uranium and plutonium for thousands of years. "We are talking about a long-term geological repository," said Hamad al Kaabi, the UAE's permanent representative to the International Atomic Energy Agency, the nuclear ...  >>MORE

UAE urges stern steps on N-arms

Posted on 02/05/2011

The United Arab Emirates, Germany, Japan, Canada, Australia, the Netherlands, Chile, Poland, Mexico, Turkey urged other countries in the international community on Saturday to renew efforts to prevent the proliferation of nuclear material. The Minister of Foreign Affairs Sheikh Abdullah Bin Zayed Al-Nahyan represented the UAE in the meeting. He was accompanied by Hamad al Kaabi, the UAE's permanent representative of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) in Vienna and UAE Ambassador to ...  >>MORE

UAE to present nuclear safety plans at global meeting

Posted on 05/04/2011

Vienna - The United Arab Emirates will present this week its plans on nuclear safety at a major, two-week gathering that starts in Vienna. The Convention on Nuclear Safety (CNS), which entered into force on 24 October 1996, is the world's only legally binding safety framework to which States operating land-based nuclear power plants (NPP) commit themselves to maintaining a high level of safety by setting international benchmarks. As of November 2010 there were 72 contracting parties to the ...  >>MORE

Samsung to supply DVM III plus to the Emirates Nuclear Power Plant in UAE

Posted on 29/03/2011

Samsung Gulf Electronics, a market leader in consumer electronics and world leader in Information Technology, in cooperation with Bayanat Electro Mechanical Company - WLL (BEMCO), Samsung's Commercial Air Conditioner (CAC) distributor in the UAE, has won the first (Digital Variable Multi) DVM Plus III project in the UAE's first Nuclear Power Plant at Braka-Abu Dhabi project. Woojin M'&'E Co.,Ltd is one of Korea's leading engineering and MEP firms and the first to deploy the latest generation ...  >>MORE

UAE is committed to ensuring highest standards nuclear safety and protection of public: Hamad Al Kaabi

Posted on 20/03/2011

The UAE is watching closely as Japan faces serious circumstances at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant following the devastating earthquake and tsunami last Friday that has left hundreds dead and thousands missing. The earthquake was the largest in Japan's recorded history, a country prone to frequent seismic activity, and the 7th largest earthquake ever to be recorded in the world. According to Ambassador Hamad Al Kaabi - UAE Permanent Representative to the IAEA and a ...  >>MORE

UAE's FANR signs agreement on Korean Safeguards Regulator

Posted on 16/03/2011

The Federal Authority for Nuclear Regulation (FANR) and the Korea Institute of Nuclear Non-proliferation and Control (KINAC) signed yesterday an agreement to cooperate in the areas of nuclear safeguards, export controls and physical protection. The agreement was signed by FANR Director General Dr William D. Travers and Dr Chang Sang-Ku, President of the Korea Institute of Nuclear Non-proliferation and Control (KINAC). Under this Implementing Arrangement between the two regulatory bodies, ...  >>MORE

UAE, Australia discuss cooperation on peaceful nuclear energy

Posted on 10/03/2011

Foreign Minister H.H. Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan met here yesterday with his Australian counterpart Kevin Rudd on the sidelines of the 118th GCC Ministerial Council meeting. They discussed ways to enhance bilateral relations to fulfil aspirations of the two friendly peoples. The two sides said they already started talks on an agreement for bilateral cooperation on peaceful nuclear energy. "A cooperation agreement between the UAE and Australia will certainly provide an opportunity ...  >>MORE

UAE nuclear programme applauded

Posted on 08/03/2011

Lady Barbara Judge, a prominent member of the international board that advises the UAE on nuclear development, is happy with the way the Arab world's first civilian nuclear programme is shaping up. "The UAE understands that the key is to bring in the best people, give them the best facilities and a high degree of autonomy," Lady Judge said yesterday after a lecture to female students at Zayed University in the capital. "Abu Dhabi has the gold standard of nuclear projects," she told a ...  >>MORE

FANR seeks public review of draft regulatory guide for probabilistic risk assessment

Posted on 02/03/2011

The Federal Authority for Nuclear Regulation (FANR) yesterday issued a draft regulatory guide, which will be available on the FANR website for the next 30 days for public review and comment. Regulatory guides describe acceptable methods for licensees to implement specific requirements of FANR's regulations. The draft Regulatory Guide for Probabilistic Risk Assessment: Scope, Quality and Applications (FANR-RG-003) provides guidance to FANR licensees on how to carry out a probabilistic risk ...  >>MORE

U.S Deputy Energy Secretary: UAE-US nuclear cooperation aims to mitigate carbon pollution

Posted on 27/02/2011

U.S. Deputy Energy Secretary Daniel Poneman said nuclear cooperation between the US and the UAE aims to ultimately mitigate carbon pollution. "Nuclear energy has a very important role to in a low-carbon future," Poneman told WAM in Abu Dhabi following a meeting with UAE energy officials. The US senior official hailed the long-standing and the incredibly diverse relationship that the U.S developed with the UAE. "It embraces almost every aspect of endeavour, from security cooperation to ...  >>MORE

UAE approach demonstrates viability of a robust model for introduction of nuclear energy programs, Ambassador Hamad Al Kaabi

Posted on 14/02/2011

Ambassador Hamad Al Kaabi - UAE Permanent Representative to the IAEA has said that UAE approach and contract with the Korean led consortium demonstrated the viability of a robust model for the introduction of nuclear energy programs in the gulf region. A model that could serve as a viable approach for other GCC countries who experience similar challenges and conditions as the UAE. Speaking at "GCC Days" here in Seoul, the UAE envoy said: "UAE partnership with the Korean nuclear industry ...  >>MORE

FANR, United States' NNSA conduct radioactive 'orphan' source detection exercise

Posted on 10/02/2011

Experts from several UAE federal security entities that deal with emergency and crisis management have started practicing searching for and securing radioactive activities from what is known as 'orphan sources'. Wednesday's exercise which was conducted at the Armed Forces Club in Abu Dhabi is part of a 5-day workshop on "Search and Secure Activities for Orphan Radioactive Sources", a training program conducted by the UAE's Federal Authority for Nuclear Regulation, or FANR and the US ...  >>MORE

International Advisory Board publishes first semi-annual report on the United Arab Emirates' peaceful nuclear energy program

Posted on 08/02/2011

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 first semi-annual report yesterday.. The report follows extensive meetings conducted between the IAB members and UAE entities operating in the nuclear energy sectors, such as the Federal Authority for Nuclear Regulation (FANR) and Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation (ENEC). Chaired by Dr Hans Blix, the former ...  >>MORE

IAEA review finds UAE nuclear power programme progressing well

Posted on 24/01/2011

The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) concluded yesterday an eight-day mission in Abu Dhabi that reviewed the nuclear power infrastructure of the United Arab Emirates. The 12-member Integrated Nuclear Infrastructure Review (INIR) mission of the IAEA found that the UAE understands its long-term commitments and responsibilities of nuclear power and is implementing its programme in line with the IAEA's "Milestones" approach. The mission noted several areas where the UAE's approach ...  >>MORE

Hamdan bin Zayed: UAE's nuclear programme driver of development

Posted on 29/12/2010

H.H Sheikh Hamdan Bin Zayed Al-Nahyan, the Ruler's Representative in the Western Region, hailed the UAE peaceful nuclear programme as driver of the country's social and economic development and as a way to create jobs and study opportunities for UAE citizens. He stressed that operational transparency in its peaceful nuclear energy program is a priority for the UAE and one of the pillars of its nuclear energy policy. Sheikh Hamdan made his remarks as he received, at Al-Nakheel Palace, a ...  >>MORE

Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation Submits Construction License Application for Braka Units 1 and 2

Posted on 28/12/2010

The Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation (ENEC) announced yesterday that it has filed the Construction License Application for Braka Units 1 and 2 with the United Arab Emirates Federal Authority for Nuclear Regulation (FANR). The submittal follows a year-long process in which ENEC and the Korea Electric Power Corporation (KEPCO), the Prime Contractor for ENEC's program, documented the safety case for the UAE's first nuclear power plants, as well as the proposed site, Braka, in the Western ...  >>MORE

UAE's first nuclear power station scheduled to start in 2017

Posted on 22/12/2010

Work on the UAE's nuclear power stations in Baraka on the Abu Dhabi coast has progressed well in the one year since the contract was awarded, The first unit is on schedule to come on line on May 1, 2017, according to Lee Hee-yong, Senior Vice President responsible for Korean Electric Power Corporation's (Kepco) UAE Nuclear Project Division. The US$20.4 billion (Dh74.9 billion) order for four units is Kepco's first contract outside Korea, and the company hopes that other states around the ...  >>MORE

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ENEC Board visits UAE Reference Plants in Korea


UAE regulator invites public comments on nuclear power plant guide


Prime Minister of S. Korea visits UAE's proposed Nuclear Energy site


ENEC submits report on lessons learned from Fukushima-Daiichi accident to FANR


Nuclear regulator wins accolades from review team


FANR, new South Korean nuclear regulator reaffirm cooperation


UAE, IAEA signs Cooperation Framework with IAEA


UAE, Finnish regulators to co-operate in nuclear issues


IAB publishes 3rd semi-annual report on UAE's peaceful nuclear energy program


Blix hails UAE nuclear programme


FANR trains Emiratis in assessing safety of nuclear facilities


FANR's statement on lost radioactive source used in industrial radiography


ENEC requests approval for preparatory work at Braka site


UAE will continue to take further concrete steps towards developing its peaceful nuclear energy program


12% of Dubai's energy from nuclear power by 2030


UAE nuclear fuel deal in early 2012


UAE reaffirms commitment to peaceful nuclear energy with highest safety and security in cooperation with IAEA


FANR seeks public comments on draft Transport Safety Guide


Top Emirati students complete nuclear energy internship in S. Korea


UAE's alternative energy projects up to US$100b by 2020, says MoE


UAE reiterates its commitment to the nuclear safety measures


UAE mulls N-reactor changes


Public invited to review FANR regulations


Abu Dhabi's nuclear dream to get Japanese briefing


UAE weighs options for nuclear waste disposal


UAE urges stern steps on N-arms


UAE to present nuclear safety plans at global meeting


Samsung to supply DVM III plus to the Emirates Nuclear Power Plant in UAE


UAE is committed to ensuring highest standards nuclear safety and protection of public: Hamad Al Kaabi


UAE's FANR signs agreement on Korean Safeguards Regulator


UAE, Australia discuss cooperation on peaceful nuclear energy


UAE nuclear programme applauded


FANR seeks public review of draft regulatory guide for probabilistic risk assessment


U.S Deputy Energy Secretary: UAE-US nuclear cooperation aims to mitigate carbon pollution


UAE approach demonstrates viability of a robust model for introduction of nuclear energy programs, Ambassador Hamad Al Kaabi


FANR, United States' NNSA conduct radioactive 'orphan' source detection exercise


International Advisory Board publishes first semi-annual report on the United Arab Emirates' peaceful nuclear energy program


IAEA review finds UAE nuclear power programme progressing well


Hamdan bin Zayed: UAE's nuclear programme driver of development


Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation Submits Construction License Application for Braka Units 1 and 2


UAE's first nuclear power station scheduled to start in 2017