The State Corporation Rosatom said today that based on its latest results, the company’s portfolio of foreign orders for a 10-year period to end 2015 exceeded US$ 110 billion, compared with US$101.4 billion at the end of 2014.
The company said its goal within the next two years is to increase the 10-year foreign order portfolio up to US$160 billion.
The company added that Rosatom registered good results and it would have been better if the contract for the construction of the nuclear power plant in Egypt had been signed. If it had been, the portfolio would have been about US$140 billion.
It said that Rosatom’s export revenue increased to US$6.4 billion based on the 2015 results, a 28% increase from US$5 billion in 2014.
Based on a Rosatom 2014 public report, the portfolio of Rosatom’s foreign orders could grow by up to 80 power units by 2030.
In September 2015, the Head of the State Corporation, Sergei Kiriyenko, told Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev that the portfolio of Rosatom’s orders includes contracts for the construction of 30 nuclear power units in 12 countries, with another 10 power units still being negotiated.