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Uses of uranium dating

Mine development has continued with a view to further increasing annual production by 2018.

In January 2017 Kazatomprom said that production would be reduced by about 10%, due to low prices; in December 2017 Kazatomprom announced that the reduction would be 20% from 2017 levels, enacted over a period of three years.

Also the State Grid Corporation of China (SGCC) is planning transmission links from China.

The state-owned Kazakhstan Electricity Grid Operating Company (KEGOC) was set up in 1997.

Uranium One Holdings (U1H) is now the holding company for all Russian uranium mining interests in Kazakhstan (and its equity in an acid plant).

In March 2011 Russia and Kazakhstan (Kazatomprom) signed stage II of this 2006 integrated cooperation program, involving uranium exploration and a feasibility study for a Kazakh nuclear power plant.

Under this, and following JV development at Angarsk, Kazatomprom bought a 25% share of Russia's Novouralsk enrichment plant in 2013.

(Separately, Kazatomprom has a 10% share in the International Uranium Enrichment Centre – IUEC – at Angarsk.) At the end of May 2014 several agreements were signed between Rosatom and NAC Kazatomprom.

It controls all uranium exploration and mining as well as other nuclear-related activities, including imports and exports of nuclear materials.