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Official statement from TVEL Fuel Company

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27.06.2014

Several Ukrainian media have recently published an interview with Michael Kirst, Westinghouse vice president, talking about Westinghouse fuel assemblies damaged by TVEL fuel when used together at the South Ukraine Nuclear Power Plant. TVEL officially states that this information is not true to fact. TVEL continues to work in partnership with Ukraine's Energoatom providing Ukrainian nuclear plants with high-quality fuel. TVEL has never failed to make timely fuel deliveries, and has always performed its contractual obligations in full. Our Ukrainian partner has made no official claims against the quality of the Russian nuclear fuel. By contrast, the situation around Westinghouse fuel for VVER reactors is far from being trouble-free, according to official sources and media reports.

Official Czech sources report that the Temelin Nuclear Power Plant has experienced mass scale malfunctions and leakages of Westinghouse fuel assemblies over the last few years. The Czech operator had to prematurely unload all Westinghouse's fuel assemblies despite financial losses, and replace them with TVEL fuel. According to mass media, problems with Westinghouse fuel recurred in Ukraine. An ad hoc expert committee was established in 2012 to investigate the accidents. 

Following the investigation, the Ukrainian State Nuclear Regulatory Inspectorate (SNRI) published a number of official reports on the quality of Westinghouse fuel. As a follow-up, the national regulator decided to ban the use of fresh Westinghouse fuel. According to SNRI representatives, the expert committee came to a definite conclusion that the assemblies were damaged due to 'design flaws' of Westinghouse assemblies. Earlier Westinghouse made several attempts in media at shifting the responsibility for the accidents on the Ukrainian operator, pointing to the low competence of Energoatom and SNRI's alleged prejudice against Westinghouse. 

Now Westinghouse is trying to blame TVEL for its failures thus casting doubt on professionalism and qualification of the mentioned Ukrainian ad hoc expert committee, SNRI and Energoatom. This behaviour seems to be in conflict with the business ethics and fair competition principles. TVEL strongly denies information concerning low quality of the Russian fuel disseminated by Westinghouse officials. We hope that the Ukrainian media that have published Mr Kirst's interview will refute the allegations following our statement; otherwise we reserve the right to protect our business reputation by all means available.



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