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INFRASTRUCTURAL DEVELOPMENT - NUCLEAR ENERGY

Masdar to work on technology with Koreans

Posted on 29/12/2009

Masdar, Abu Dhabi's clean-energy firm, will seek collaboration with South Korean companies and research institutes as the emirate hired a Korean consortium to build four nuclear power stations in a US$20 billion (Dh73.46bn) deal. The collaboration effort follows the agreement between the Abu Dhabi Government investment company Mubadala and the South Korean ministry of knowledge economy to promote joint projects between Masdar and Korean renewable energy and sustainable technology companies. ...  >>MORE

UAE selects Korea Electric Power Corp. team as prime contractor for peaceful nuclear power program

Posted on 28/12/2009

The Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation (ENEC) announced yesterday that it had selected a team led by Korea Electric Power Corporation (KEPCO) to design, build and help operate civil nuclear power plants for the United Arab Emirates peaceful nuclear energy program. "Following a comprehensive and detailed review of three excellent bids from some of the world's top nuclear suppliers, operators and construction firms, ENEC has determined that the KEPCO team is best equipped to fulfil the ...  >>MORE

UAE to construct fleet of nuclear power plants at different locations: Al-Hammadi

Posted on 28/12/2009

Chief Executive Officer of Emirates Nuclear Energy Corp. (ENEC) H.E Mohammed Al-Hammadi stressed that the four nuclear plants planned by the UAE will provide 25% of the country's electricity demand by 2020. The UAE is planning to construct a fleet of nuclear power plants at different locations of the country to meet the increasing demand for electricity. "Ten locations have been chosen and agreed on with the South Korean side for constructing the new nuclear plants as per a set of relevant ...  >>MORE

Khalifa and S. Korean President attend signature of agreements for building four nuclear plants

Posted on 28/12/2009

UAE President H.H. Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan and visiting South Korean President Lee Myung-bak attended yesterday the signing of a series of landmark cooperation agreements between the UAE and South Korea. Present were H.H. Sheikh Sultan bin Zayed Al Nahyan, the President's Representative, and H.H. Gen. Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces. The two presidents patronised a grand ceremony for striking a ...  >>MORE

President establishes Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation

Posted on 24/12/2009

President His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, by decree has established the Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation (ENEC), the organisation charged with implementing the UAE nuclear energy program as it produces electricity, supports economic development, and provides opportunity for the people of the nation. H.H. Sheikh Mohamed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Chairman of the Abu Dhabi Executive Council, has issued Decree No.86 of the year 2009 establishing the ...  >>MORE

US and UAE exchange diplomatic notes on peaceful nuclear agreement on Thursday

Posted on 17/12/2009

Washington, D.C. - The United States and United Arab Emirates will exchange diplomatic notes of the Agreement for Peaceful Nuclear Cooperation on Thursday, bringing it into force, UAE Ambassador to US Yousef Al Otaiba announced yesterday. "The United States - United Arab Emirates Agreement for Peaceful Nuclear Cooperation supports a new global gold standard for the development of peaceful, civilian nuclear energy, by countries that need nuclear energy for their economic development, Al Otaiba ...  >>MORE

US-UAE nuclear pact to boost ties

Posted on 10/12/2009

The US-UAE 123 agreement, when it comes into force, will open a broader array of peaceful nuclear cooperation between the UAE and the United States, US Deputy Secretary of Energy Daniel B. Poneman said on Wednesday. "The diplomatic formalities on both sides need to be enforced for the agreement to come into force," said Poneman. "The agreement will usher in an era of peaceful nuclear cooperation and help in the transfer of nuclear technology from the US to the UAE," he added. "It is a ...  >>MORE

UAE to chair Asian Network for N-Technology Education

Posted on 25/11/2009

The UAE has been elected to chair the Asian Network for Education in Nuclear Technology (ANENT) until its next annual meeting to be held at the end of next year. The election was held at the meeting of the national coordinators convened by the United Nation's (UN) International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and hosted by the Khalifa University of Science, Technology and Research (KUSTAR) here recently. The ANENT is an entity under the IAEA and 15 countries including China, India and Pakistan ...  >>MORE

UAE informs UN about its law on the "peaceful use of nuclear energy"

Posted on 12/10/2009

New York - The United Arab Emirates has informed the United Nations that the law it has passed recently on the peaceful use of nuclear energy was an important step to embody a peaceful nature to all aspects of its nuclear program which will come into commercial operation in 2017, adding that the move is aimed at benefiting from nuclear program for peaceful purposes, particularly in generating electricity and improving medical and industrial services. Addressing the First Committee on ...  >>MORE

GCC Secretary General praises UAE's endeavours for peaceful nuclear programme

Posted on 07/10/2009

Riyadh - H.E. Abdul Rahman bin Hamad Al Attiyah, Secretary General of the Gulf Cooperation Council has lauded the Federal Law Decree No. 6 of 2009, issued by President His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, pertaining to the Peaceful Uses of Nuclear Energy and the UAE's endeavours development of a peaceful nuclear energy programme. In a statement to WAM, Al Attiyah said the drive announced by the UAE President was consistent with the country's policy in support of the Nuclear ...  >>MORE

UAE President issues law on peaceful uses of nuclear energy

Posted on 05/10/2009

His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, President of the UAE issued Federal Law No. 6 of 2009 Regarding the Peaceful Uses of Nuclear Energy. The law represents a key component of the necessary legal infrastructure, in accordance with the criteria set by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) as a framework for the successful implementation of a peaceful nuclear energy sector. The law also institutionalized other elements of the UAE's policy on the evaluation and potential ...  >>MORE

UAE reiterates its position towards nuclear test ban

Posted on 11/09/2009

Vienna - Ambassador Hamad Al Kaabi, UAE Permanent Representative to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) presented his credentials to the Preparatory Commission for the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty Organization (CTBTO) in Vienna, in a meeting with Mr. Tibor Toth, executive secretary of the organization. Toth presented an overview of the CTBTO activities, strategies and goals during the meeting. Al Kaabi reiterated UAE's position in supporting the objectives of the treaty and ...  >>MORE

US voices support for UAE nuclear accord

Posted on 23/08/2009

A nuclear accord between the US and UAE was strongly endorsed by the US commerce secretary Gary Locke, who told a meeting with US business leaders that the agreement could create "tens of thousands” of job opportunities for Americans. Speaking at the US Chamber of Commerce on Friday, Mr Locke touted the pact as "groundbreaking and historic”, adding that the success of the UAE programme would "require American know-how, American ingenuity and American tenacity”. "Opportunities for American ...  >>MORE

Nuclear power comes closer as Emirates accept key protocols

Posted on 03/08/2009

The Federal Government has agreed to three international conventions on nuclear safety in preparation for a formal launch of the country's nuclear power programme, expected within the month. The Government's representatives at the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) gave notice of "accession”, meaning that the UAE would accept IAEA standards on safety and security for nuclear power plants, radioactive fuel, and spent waste, WAM, the state news agency reported. The notice to the IAEA, an ...  >>MORE

UAE adopts further measures for nuclear safety and security

Posted on 01/08/2009

Vienna - The Permanent mission of the United Arab Emirates to the International Atomic Energy Agency has communicated yesterday the UAE Government's decision to join a number of additional international conventions related to Nuclear Safety and Security. The UAE's decision was communicated by Ambassador Hamad Alkaabi, UAE Permanent Representative to the IAEA, who delivered the related accession letters from UAE Foreign Minister, H.H. Sheik Abdulla Bin Zayed Al Nahyan to the IAEA Director ...  >>MORE

Congress hears praise for ‘model’ nuclear plan

Posted on 15/07/2009

Washington, D.C. - A joint resolution to approve the civilian nuclear energy accord between the United States and the UAE has been introduced in both chambers of the US Congress, bringing the UAE closer to becoming the first Arab country to harness atomic energy. Howard Berman, the chairman of the House foreign affairs committee, introduced the resolution in the House late on Monday, calling the so-called 123 agreement a "model” for civilian nuclear co-operation and touting provisions ...  >>MORE

US-UAE nuclear agreement is 'the best one'

Posted on 09/07/2009

Washington D.C. - The US-UAE nuclear cooperation agreement is "the best one" Washington has ever negotiated with a partner, the chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee said on Wednesday at the first congressional hearing on the deal. The comment from Representative Howard Berman came as Ellen Tauscher, undersecretary of state for arms control and international security, told lawmakers that the UAE has made a number of "unprecedented commitments" in the pact to ensure it would not use ...  >>MORE

UAE and South Korea sign civilian nuclear energy cooperation agreement

Posted on 23/06/2009

Vice President and Prime Minister of UAE and Ruler of Dubai His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, yesterday received at Zabeel Palace the visiting South Korean Prime Minister Han Seung-soo and the delegation accompanying him. Sheikh Mohammed welcomed the Korean official in the presence of Dubai Crown Prince HH Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Dubai Deputy Ruler HH Sheikh Maktoum bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum and HH Sheikh Majid bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al ...  >>MORE

UAE-US Agreement for Peaceful Nuclear Energy Cooperation sent to Congress for review

Posted on 22/05/2009

Washington - The UAE and US signed yesterday the Bilateral Agreement for Peaceful Nuclear Energy Cooperation and was then transmitted to the US Congress for its review. The agreement was signed yesterday by H.E. Yousef Al Otaiba, UAE Ambassador to the United States (US) and US State Department officials. H.H. Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan, the United Arab Emirates Minister of Foreign Affairs, welcomed the announcement that President Barack Obama had approved the agreement. The ...  >>MORE

UAE welcomes Obama's approval of US-UAE peaceful nuclear energy agreement

Posted on 22/05/2009

The UAE Ministry of Foreign Affairs welcomed today the decision by US President Barack Obama to endorse the signed Bilateral Agreement for Peaceful Nuclear Energy Cooperation with the United Arab Emirates (UAE). The Agreement establishes a legal framework for commerce in civilian nuclear energy between the two countries, reinforcing the UAE's new global gold standard for peaceful nuclear energy development. The U.S. Congress will review the document before it can come into force. ...  >>MORE

Obama approves nuclear deal with the UAE

Posted on 21/05/2009

Washington - US President Barack Obama on Wednesday approved a nuclear deal with the United Arab Emirates that could be worth billions of dollars to US energy companies. "I have determined that the performance of the agreement will promote, and will not constitute an unreasonable risk to, the common defence and security," Obama said in a statement. - Agencies ...  >>MORE

UAE nuclear projects worth US$41bn contracts

Posted on 05/05/2009

The UAE peaceful nuclear programme will generate contracts worth more than US$41 billion (Dh150bn) and the 123 Agreement signed between the UAE and US in early 2009 would create important economic opportunities for US companies involved in the development of nuclear energy. A report on the economic benefits of US-UAE 123 Agreement said the UAE nuclear programme would generate contracts worth more than US$41bn benefiting American companies that could participate as suppliers or as central ...  >>MORE

UAE and IAEA sign additional protocol to safeguards agreement

Posted on 09/04/2009

The United Arab Emirates and the International Atomic Energy Agency yesterday signed an Additional Protocol to the safeguards agreement between the Agency and the UAE Government, establishing a procedure for stringent inspections of nuclear facilities and operations, and further strengthening the nation's commitment to non-proliferation as it evaluates a potential civil nuclear energy program. The agreement was signed in Vienna by H.E. Ambassador Hamad Al Kaabi, UAE Permanent Representative to ...  >>MORE

British official backs UAE's nuclear ambitions

Posted on 06/04/2009

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 remains committed to int'l standards of safety, security and nuclear non-proliferation: envoy

Posted on 02/02/2009

UAE Ambassador to Washington Yousef Mana' Al Otaiba discussed the nuclear-cooperation agreement between the UAE and US at 2 separate meeting with Congressman Dan Burton (R-Indiana), Ranking Member of the House Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on the Western Hemisphere and Congressman Joe Wilson (R-SC), Ranking Member on the Subcommittee on Military Personnel - the Committee on Education and Labour, and the Committee on Foreign Affairs. At the meetings, which also took in the situation in the ...  >>MORE

UAE and Japan sign peaceful nuclear energy cooperation memorandum

Posted on 20/01/2009

The United Arab Emirates and Japan yesterday signed a cooperation memorandum concerning the potential development of peaceful nuclear power that will uphold standards of non-proliferation, safety and security. The memorandum was signed by His Excellency Saif Sultan AI Aryani, Under Secretary of the UAE Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and Senior Vice Minister Takamori Yoshikawa, of Japan's Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry, in Abu Dhabi. The memorandum will help to facilitate work in the ...  >>MORE

The United Arab Emirates and the United States sign Bilateral Agreement for Peaceful Nuclear Energy Cooperation

Posted on 17/01/2009

His Highness Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al-Nahyan, Foreign Minister of the United Arab Emirates, and United States Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice yesterday signed a bilateral agreement for peaceful nuclear cooperation that enhances international standards of nuclear non-proliferation, safety and security. Known as a "123 Agreement," after Section 123 of the US Atomic Energy Act, the new pact establishes a required legal framework for commerce in civilian nuclear energy between the two ...  >>MORE

UAE, USA complete negotiations on peaceful nuclear energy agreement

Posted on 16/12/2008

The Governments of the United Arab Emirates and the United States have completed negotiations on the proposed text for a bilateral cooperation agreement on the peaceful use of nuclear energy, a UAE Foreign Ministry source said. This '123 Agreement' would allow for the transfer of nuclear-related components and materials between the two countries. 'As is normal in these matters, representatives of the US Administration and the UAE Government are working closely with members of congress to ...  >>MORE

UAE seeks Japan's help to develop nuclear plants

Posted on 06/12/2008

Tokyo: The UAE will hold talks with the Japanese government and reactor makers such as Hitachi and Toshiba this month as it seeks Japan's help to develop nuclear power plants. Japan, the world's third-biggest atomic generator, may help the UAE by offering services to develop legal frameworks and educate workers on atomic power, said government officials who declined to be named as negotiations haven't been completed. A delegation headed by Mohammad Al Hammadi, president of Emirates Nuclear ...  >>MORE

UAE civilian nuclear program to secure 15 out of the 40 MWs by 2020: Gargash

Posted on 25/11/2008

The energy needs of the UAE are increasing in parallel to its demographic and economic growth and by 2020, the UAE will need 40 megawatts of electricity to meet its domestic demand,' said H.E. Dr. Anwar Mohammed Gargash, Minister of State for Foreign Affairs, said yesterday. 'Around 25 megawatts are expected to be provided by non-nuclear energy, especially hydrocarbons and renewable sources. The peaceful nuclear program that the UAE has embarked on seeks to satisfy the remaining 15 megawatts,' ...  >>MORE

UAE awards nuclear contract to CH2M Hill: agency

Posted on 18/10/2008

Emirates Nuclear Energy Corp (Enec) has awarded US-based company CH2M Hill a 10-year contract to manage the United Arab Emirates' planned civilian nuclear power programme, the official Wam news agency reported. The UAE, the world's fifth-largest oil exporter, has said it planned to look into developing nuclear energy to satisfy rising electricity demand as its economy booms on record oil export revenues, straining its power grid. Enec invited bids for the contract from global firms in ...  >>MORE

ENEC selects CH2M HILL as managing agent for potential civil nuclear power programme

Posted on 14/10/2008

Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation (ENEC) has appointed CH2M HILL, a global full-service programme management, engineering, construction and operations firm, as the Managing Agent for the potential United Arab Emirates Civil Nuclear Power Programme currently under evaluation. CH2M Hill has been awarded an initial ten-year contract. In awarding the contract, ENEC expressed its confidence that CH2M HILL is the right partner for this potentially significant energy initiative. The firm will ...  >>MORE

US Energy Secretary hails UAE donation to support availability of nuclear power

Posted on 30/09/2008

Vienna - Samuel Bodman, US Energy Secretary yesterday the praised the UAE for donating US$10 million to support the activities of the Global Nuclear Energy Partnership (GNEP), a project aimed at promoting commercial use of nuclear power and accelerating and enlarging peaceful nuclear uses. The GNEP, according to Secretary Bodman, is the pathway toward making commercial nuclear power widely available on a global scale. "GNEP's members are committed to the promotion of nuclear energy as a ...  >>MORE

UAE efforts in peaceful nuclear energy highlighted

Posted on 25/08/2008

The UAE Efforts in Peaceful Nuclear Energy were at the focus of a symposium organized by the Abu Dhabi based Centre of Information Affairs on Sunday, August 24th where diplomats and experts engaged in open discussions. A paper analyzing the UAE general policy on the evaluation and potential development of peaceful nuclear energy was presented by the Centre at the opening session of the "UAE Efforts in Peaceful Nuclear Energy." According to the paper, the UAE has always reiterated its calls ...  >>MORE

UAE commits US$10 million to Nuclear Fuel Reserve Proposal

Posted on 09/08/2008

The United Arab Emirates has contributed US$10 million towards a fuel bank proposal originally launched by the Nuclear Threat Initiative (NTI) in 2006. The NTI plan calls for a dedicated low-enriched uranium (LEU) stockpile to be owned and administered by the IAEA. The bank would aim to provide States with assurances of nuclear fuel supply, addressing potential disruptions of fuel shipment. At the request of the IAEA Director General, NTI has extended its deadline by another year for the IAEA ...  >>MORE

Bids invited for N-power

Posted on 23/06/2008

The process for the construction of the UAE's first nuclear power plant has begun with the invitation for pre-qualification by interested contractors. According to sources, nine bidders are competing for the contract, which is likely to close in a couple of weeks. Amec, a United Kingdom-based engineering firm yesterday said it is one of the nine who have been short-listed to manage the first of the UAE's nuclear power plants. "We were asked to submit the initial document and we have done so. ...  >>MORE

Nuclear safety departments under study

Posted on 10/06/2008

The Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) is considering to set up specialised departments in Civil Defence to supervise sources of nuclear radiation, according to Major General Mohammed Salim Al Amiri, General Manager of Civil Defence. Major Gen Al Amiri is heading a delegation at the 20th meeting of GCC Civil Defence officials in Oman. He said that it was very important to supervise nuclear sources, and to know how to deal with nuclear accidents. – Khaleej Times ...  >>MORE

UAE's nuclear energy programme a wise decision: Finnish expert

Posted on 06/06/2008

Helsinki - A Finnish energy expert underscored the UAE's decision to create a nuclear energy programme for peaceful purposes. "UAE's decision to build a peaceful nuclear energy programme is a wise one that would serve the country's strategy for sustainable development as well as its efforts for securing clean and alternative energy and renewables", Kai Salminen, Nuclear Safety Manager at the Fennovoima (a new Finnish energy company) told WAM. Nuclear energy is the solution to future ...  >>MORE

UAE-France laying ground for joint peaceful nuclear partnership

Posted on 22/05/2008

The UAE and France are laying the foundation for a partnership on joint cooperation in use of nuclear energy for peaceful, civilian purposes, an Elysee source disclosed Wednesday. 'French President Nicolas Sarkozy holds the view that countries have the right to use nuclear energy for peaceful applications as it considers the energy of the future. The President is pleased that the UAE will be the first country to have a fruitful cooperation with France in this field,' the French Presidential ...  >>MORE

UAE and UK sign MoU to develop nuclear energy

Posted on 19/05/2008

The UAE has signed a memorandum of understanding with the United Kingdom for co-operation in the use of nuclear energy. The MoU, which establishes a framework for joint development of the UAE's nuclear infrastructure, was signed on behalf of the UAE by Sheikha Lubna bint Khalid Al Qasimi, Minister of Foreign Trade, and the British Minister of State for Trade and Investment Lord Digby Jones. The MoU also deals with enhancing the safety of the UAE's civilian nuclear programme and supporting the ...  >>MORE

UAE, US sign MoU on cooperation in peaceful uses of nuclear energy

Posted on 22/04/2008

Manama - UAE Foreign Minister HH Sheikh Abdulla bin Zayed Al-Nahyan and US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, signed yesterday in Bahrain a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on cooperation in peaceful uses of nuclear energy. Commenting on the signing of MoU, Sheikh Abdullah said that "the UAE-US MoU represents an excellent example of cooperation the UAE hopes to forge with responsible nuclear supplier states in the area of peaceful nuclear energy. There are potential mutual benefits to both ...  >>MORE

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Masdar to work on technology with Koreans


UAE selects Korea Electric Power Corp. team as prime contractor for peaceful nuclear power program


UAE to construct fleet of nuclear power plants at different locations: Al-Hammadi


Khalifa and S. Korean President attend signature of agreements for building four nuclear plants


President establishes Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation


US and UAE exchange diplomatic notes on peaceful nuclear agreement on Thursday


US-UAE nuclear pact to boost ties


UAE to chair Asian Network for N-Technology Education


UAE informs UN about its law on the "peaceful use of nuclear energy"


GCC Secretary General praises UAE's endeavours for peaceful nuclear programme


UAE President issues law on peaceful uses of nuclear energy


UAE reiterates its position towards nuclear test ban


US voices support for UAE nuclear accord


Nuclear power comes closer as Emirates accept key protocols


UAE adopts further measures for nuclear safety and security


Congress hears praise for ‘model’ nuclear plan


US-UAE nuclear agreement is 'the best one'


UAE and South Korea sign civilian nuclear energy cooperation agreement


UAE-US Agreement for Peaceful Nuclear Energy Cooperation sent to Congress for review


UAE welcomes Obama's approval of US-UAE peaceful nuclear energy agreement


Obama approves nuclear deal with the UAE


UAE nuclear projects worth US$41bn contracts


UAE and IAEA sign additional protocol to safeguards agreement


British official backs UAE's nuclear ambitions


UAE remains committed to int'l standards of safety, security and nuclear non-proliferation: envoy


UAE and Japan sign peaceful nuclear energy cooperation memorandum


The United Arab Emirates and the United States sign Bilateral Agreement for Peaceful Nuclear Energy Cooperation


UAE, USA complete negotiations on peaceful nuclear energy agreement


UAE seeks Japan's help to develop nuclear plants


UAE civilian nuclear program to secure 15 out of the 40 MWs by 2020: Gargash


UAE awards nuclear contract to CH2M Hill: agency


ENEC selects CH2M HILL as managing agent for potential civil nuclear power programme


US Energy Secretary hails UAE donation to support availability of nuclear power


UAE efforts in peaceful nuclear energy highlighted


UAE commits US$10 million to Nuclear Fuel Reserve Proposal


Bids invited for N-power


Nuclear safety departments under study


UAE's nuclear energy programme a wise decision: Finnish expert


UAE-France laying ground for joint peaceful nuclear partnership


UAE and UK sign MoU to develop nuclear energy


UAE, US sign MoU on cooperation in peaceful uses of nuclear energy