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Лихачев Алексей
Alexey Likhachev
Chief Executive Officer, State Atomic Energy Corporation ROSATOM
Quotes
03.10.2018
Russian Energy Week 2018
Nuclear Energy – the Basis of Global Partnership and Current Development
Nuclear energy provides environmental safety. If we look at the entire life cycle of an atomic energy source, its numbers are optimal in terms of greenhouse effect and CO2 emissions per kilowatt of energy produced. We believe that not only the source itself is environmentally friendly, but those industries that are involved in its production and maintenance of its life cycle are also designed in accordance with the highest environmental standards and they operate that way
03.10.2018
Russian Energy Week 2018
Nuclear Energy – the Basis of Global Partnership and Current Development
Rosatom is contributing to the development of global nuclear energy. We currently have contracts for 25 power units in the stage of active development, and contracts signed for 11 units more. The country’s nuclear technology gives a powerful momentum for socio-economic development
03.10.2018
Russian Energy Week 2018
Nuclear Energy – the Basis of Global Partnership and Current Development
The global nuclear industry remains one of the few that removes barriers to the transit of goods, services, intellectual property, capital and labor
12.09.2018
EEF 2018
National Ecology Project: State Priorities, Business Opportunities
Safety in general, nuclear safety, environmental safety in nuclear experts’ code is both the goal of our activity and the ultimate priority, because we have quite extensive experience in working with hazardous man-made waste, I mean, first of all, nuclear waste
12.09.2018
EEF 2018
National Ecology Project: State Priorities, Business Opportunities
Even more has to be done regarding the unified information system. The state must see what is produced where, what is the manufacturer’s responsibility, and how they invest money in their production, competences in waste removal. It means that a totally transparent, totally state-controlled information system is needed
25.05.2018
SPIEF 2018
Russia–Japan
We are working on a number of issues related to attracting Japanese companies to construction of Russian design power units abroad. Our cross border package includes 33 electric power plants only for the coming 10 years. We see a possibility of localizing Japanese companies in them
25.05.2018
SPIEF 2018
Uncovering the Potential of the Arctic through the Northern Sea Route
The Northern Sea Route is the link between the Russian Far East and the western regions of the country, between Asia and Europe. It unites the largest river passages of Siberia into a unified transport network, creates the conditions for the infrastructure of seaports, railway, and meridional river routes. It can ensure good living conditions in the northern territories of Russia, the extraction of minerals, their transportation and export, and coastal and transit shipping.
25.05.2018
SPIEF 2018
Uncovering the Potential of the Arctic through the Northern Sea Route
We see our task to be the creation of a partnership, a large alliance between all of today’s participants in this process. First of all, there are the authorities, since without a whole number of ministries this task cannot be resolved; therefore, the Government has taken the lead in this task. Then there are the mining companies, who are increasing their capacity at present, reaching 80–90 million tonnes per year. And then there are the ship owners. In this triumvirate, a business process must be created. This will be a territory of trust and commercial attractiveness.
25.05.2018
SPIEF 2018
Uncovering the Potential of the Arctic through the Northern Sea Route
The question of equilibrium is one of competition with the Suez route, with the creation of conditions that are objectively attractive so that cargoes travelling through the Indian Ocean from Southeast Asia to Europe and vice versa might be attracted to the north.