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Nuclear Force: Russia's energy grip on Ukraine

Nuclear Force: Russia's energy grip on Ukraine

Report summary

Ukraine has found itself a pawn in a game of geopolitical chess between Russia and Europe since Victor Yanukovich turned down a European Union-backed trade deal triggering the current crisis. Thus far, the primary point of discussion has been natural gas and Ukraine’s role as a transit route. Analysis of the Ukrainian power sector though reveals a wider multi-fuel dependency and highlights another feature of the Euro-Russian energy interdependency in the nuclear sector.

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  • Ukraine's power sector
  • Rosatom overseas projects
    • Russian foreign projects by activity
  • Russia as a key uranium supplier
  • Conclusions

In this report there are 6 tables or charts, including:

  • Ukraine's power sector
    • Ukrainian electricity generation by fuel (2013)
    • Electricity generation dependent on Russia (2013)*
    • Map of nuclear power plants and railway infrastructure
  • Rosatom overseas projects
    • Nuclear Force: Russia's energy grip on Ukraine: Table 1
  • Russia as a key uranium supplier
    • European raw uranium imports by source (2012)
    • Uranium enrichment services to the EU (2012)
  • Conclusions
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