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The World's Nuclear Energy Technology Renaissance: A Market Analysis

The nuclear energy technology (NET) market re-emerging, and in fact has been aptly named by some as the Nuclear Technology Renaissance. Interest is being fueled by a number of supporting factors, such as a general improvement of public perception regarding nuclear technologies, and a global need for more reliable, less costly energy sources. The number and technological development of nuclear power plants is increasing worldwide. Under the NET umbrella, some of the more common nuclear reactor types used today for electricity generation include pressurized water reactors (PWRs), boiling water reactors (BWRs), fast breeder reactors (FBRs), heavy water reactors (HWRs) and light water reactors (LWRs).

In 2010 the world market for NET neared $200 billion, up significantly from the year before. Steady growth is expected to continue at least through the year 2020. The NET market segments including PWRs and BWRs currently account for close to half of all nuclear reactors; this share is expected to see a slight decrease by 2020 as other technologies are improved and as new technologies come to fruition. The United States staked a near 28% claim of total NET market share in 2010; however, the nation is expected to lose some of its dominance to a handful of other countries by 2020, which are either increasing their nuclear capabilities or undertaking nuclear endeavors for the first time.

Many factors, including aging electricity infrastructures, increases in terrorist activities, higher fossil fuel costs and increases in electricity demand have left many nations with a desire to increase their levels of energy security. Electricity produced from nuclear power plants offer a secure and reliable source of electricity as they operate independently, do not rely on fossil fuels, provide a constant stream of electricity and are cost-effective - once installed. New technologies are also emerging for small modular nuclear reactors, which may be ideal for military bases - offering increased security for military personnel.

In the past, deriving electricity from nuclear power plants has been highly controversial, due in part to the large amounts of nuclear waste produced. Many environmental organizations such as Greenpeace have been strongly against any nuclear undertakings. New technological innovations, such as those to prolong the life of uranium or to recycle the radioactive element, have significantly helped to reduce the amount of waste produced through nuclear electricity generation. Over the past two decades, public perception has been slowly shifting, although has only recently noticeably bent in favor of nuclear technology development.

Growth in the NET market has been significantly hampered by the highly volatile and controversial aspects associated with nuclear warfare. This has been an especially large hurdle for some countries that have not cooperated with international agreements or have not readily divulged information regarding their nuclear operations. Many countries are now promising to abstain from nuclear weapons development, while others are forming alliances for the exchange of nuclear technologies - sometimes under intense international disapproval. Countries, such as the United Arab Emirates and North Africa, which previously did not have access to nuclear technologies, are planning to install nuclear reactors and many countries already taking advantage of nuclear technologies will be increasing their nuclear capacities.

The World's Nuclear Energy Technology Renaissance: A Market Analysis contains comprehensive historical data (2006-2010) and forecast data (2011-2020). This report identifies key trends and factors (such as the regulatory scene, new technologies, employment opportunities and economic drivers and challenges), which affect the size and direction of NET market growth around the world. Profiles of 20 major - or simply interesting - companies involved in the NET market are also included.

Report Methodology

The information contained in The World's Nuclear Energy Technology Renaissance: A Market Analysis has been gathered from trade associations; business, science and law journals; company literature and websites; interviews with more than ten key individuals, research services and institutes around the world; and is based on data from government agencies, such as the U.S. Census Bureau, U.S. Department of Energy, the Energy Information Administration and the International Atomic Energy Agency.

How You Will Benefit From This Report

The World's Nuclear Energy Technology Renaissance: A Market Analysis details significant trends, technologies and market numbers for a clear overview of the complex NET market.

This report will help:

  • Managers identify market opportunities and develop solid implementation plans for NET activities.
  • Research and development professionals stay on top of competitor initiatives, and understand the developments and obstacles within the NET market.
  • Business development executives work within the dynamics of the market and identify possible partnerships.
  • Information and research center librarians access vital information.
  • Policy makers and government officials understand the dynamics and scope of the market they are working to affect.
  • Advertising agencies working with clients involved in the NET industry to help design appropriate messages and images.
  • Investors and stakeholders gain a well-rounded view of the NET market, including its strengths, weaknesses and likely future direction.


In the News


Nuclear Energy Technology to Shift by 5.2%

New York, March 23, 2011 —Investors in nuclear energy who stay in the game will profit by others’ decisions to lay low, according to energy market research publisher SBI Energy. Some countries have planned slow-down measures in nuclear energy use, while others plan to forge ahead. SBI Energy forecasts a more competitive nuclear landscape as a result of the March 11 earthquake and tsunami that struck Japan, damaging reactors and spurring countrywide evacuation.

In the aftermath of the accident at the Fukushima nuclear power plant, SBI Energy estimates the future growth of the nuclear energy technology (NET) market will be dampened, totaling at least 17.2% less than originally projected in 2020. Small modular reactors may garner even more attention, as they prove to be disaster friendly. However, despite the plant failure at Fukushima, nuclear will continue to be relied on as an energy resource throughout the world.

Boiling Water Reactors (BWR) will survive as the leading reactor type used in nuclear facilities. Newer BWRs, technically called Advanced Boiling Water Reactors (ABWR), feature far more evolved safety technologies and other features built into the design.

Projected Global Growth of BWR Reactors in Billion Dollars (2010 — 2020)

Source: Industry sources, complied and estimated by SBI Energy.

“The dip shown in the graph over 2013-2015 is due to a large number of BWR closures in comparison to BWR start-ups,” explains Nana Lapham, nuclear analyst for SBI Energy.

Before the Fukushima nuclear power plant accident, Japan was the third largest producer of nuclear power. Although the country may retain its third place positioning, it will likely be holding on to a smaller slice of the total NET pie. Originally the country was projected to claim 11.7% of the entire market in 2020. In light of recent events, this number is likely to be reduced to about 9.4%.

In the News

 

Japan's Loss of Nuclear Capacity to Spur Asia/Pacific Investment in Oil, LNG

New York, March 21, 2011 —Long-term substitution of Japanese nuclear generation with natural gas and oil-fired generation will fuel investment in Asian oil and liquefied natural gas (LNG) markets, according to market analysts at research publisher SBI Energy. The operational loss of nuclear reactors at the Fukushima Daiichi and Daini facilities significantly alters Japan's energy strategy and will contribute to rapidly rising demand for crude oil and LNG in developing and industrialized Asian nations.

According to data from the U.S. Energy Information Agency (EIA) and the World Nuclear Association, the Fukushima Daiichi and Daini facilities represented approximately 20% of Japan's nuclear generation or between 50-60 terawatt-hours (TWh; billion kilowatt-hours) annually. SBI Energy estimates equivalent fuel resources of 1.0-1.2 billion cubic feet per day (Bcfd) or 170,000-200,000 barrels per day (bbd) of oil would be required to compensate fully for the shortfall in generation from the two lost facilities. The loss of Japanese nuclear capacity will increase net imports of natural gas in the Asia/Pacific region by at least 6% and at most 15% as Japan's natural gas is overwhelming supplied in the form of maritime-imported LNG. Net oil imports to the Asia/Pacific region could increase by 1-2% as a consequence of increased use of oil-fired power generation.

Beyond its current fleet of 54 nuclear reactors, the Japanese nuclear industry has an additional fourteen reactors under construction or planned for construction by 2020. "The unprecedented disaster in Northern Japan casts serious doubt on TEPCO's [Tokyo Electric Power Co.] nuclear development plans," noted SBI Energy analyst Nana Lapham, adding "the planned 2.7 gigawatt capacity expansion of the Fukushima Daiichi facility will no longer be possible." Plans by TEPCO and other Japanese utilities to construct another 15.3 GW in nuclear generating capacity face almost certain delays. Significant delays in nuclear reactor construction would serve to drive demand for oil and gas even further as utilities work to cover long-term growth in Japanese energy consumption.

The nuclear disaster in Japan has already affected LNG prices on spot markets as the country's utilities and industry rush to secure energy supplies. Long-term substitution of Japanese nuclear energy with primarily natural gas and oil will contribute to heightening demand for LNG and crude oil in developing Asian economies. Regional industry investment in upstream natural gas and oil production are anticipated in order to relieve supply pressures, particularly in China. SBI Energy analysts forecast enhanced oil recovery (EOR) in China to increase at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 32% through 2015 in reference to the long-term increase in Japanese oil demand. Likewise, the Chinese energy sector is anticipated to supplement higher-priced LNG imports with greater domestic production from shale gas formations. SBI Energy projects that China will produce roughly 2.0 Bcfd of shale gas by 2020.

The LNG industry has moved to capitalize on greater Japanese LNG demand, yet another driver in the Asian market, by investing in greater gas liquefaction capacities in the Pacific Rim. Chevron recently announced engineering and design work at its LNG export terminal in Australia. In the past few days, Calgary-based Encana took a 30% stake in a planned LNG export terminal in British Columbia that was already held completely through two companies' shares. "Recent moves by LNG players are just the beginning in [terms of] the global energy sector's response to the events in Japan," said SBI Energy analyst Emil Salazar, "and we expect to find a number of other shifts in energy investment in the coming months."

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Nations Respond After Japan's Nuclear Disaster

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The World’s Nuclear Energy Technology Renaissance: A Market Analysis - In Wake of Japan's Nuclear Accident

On March 11, 2011 an 8.9 magnitude earthquake hit Japan; one hour later a tsunami hit the coast, causing massive flooding and destruction. Ten of Japan's 54 nuclear reactors were shut down due to the earthquake and the resulting tsunami; while four of the Fukushima Daiichi reactors succumbed to actual damage, inciting international attention. What are the new industry forecasts and values? And how will the market recover long term?

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  • Executive Summary
    • Market Scope
    • Report Methodology
    • Fukushima's NET Impact Analyzed
    • Introduction to NET
      • Types of Nuclear Reactors
      • Reactor Generations
      • World Regulatory Bodies and Agreements
    • Market Size and Growth
      • Global NET Market Value Exceeds $190 Billion in 2010
      • PWR Reactors Dominate Market
      • Fukushima Shifts Market Trajectory: Original Estimates Lowered
      • Market Value for NET Projected at $220.25 Billion in 2020
      • PWRs Expected to Retain Stronghold in NET Market
      • United States, France and Japan Dominate NET Market
    • Factors in Market Size and Growth
      • The Nuclear Energy Technology Renaissance
      • `Clean' Nuclear Energy Touted as Fossil Fuel Alternative
      • Global Energy Demand Increasing
      • Global Electricity Costs Rising
      • Nuclear Energy Technologies Increase National Security
    • Technological Advances and Schemes
      • Fusion Reactors Produce Less Waste than Fission Reactors
      • Small Modular Nuclear Reactors
    • Around the World
      • About 14% of Global Electricity Supplied by Nuclear Power
      • Global Nuclear Electricity Generation Sees Steady Growth
      • The United States: World's Largest Nuclear Power Producer
      • United States Scrutinizes Own Nuclear Industry in Light of Fukushima
      • More than 75% of France's Electricity Comes from Nuclear Power
      • France Orders Investigation into Nuclear Industry After Fukushima Accident
      • Japan's Reliance on Nuclear Power May Have New Trajectory
    • Employment Outlook
      • Wide Scope of Jobs Included in the NET Market
      • Fukushima Likely to Inspire More Safety Related Job Openings
  • Introduction
    • The History of Nuclear Technology
    • NET: How it Works
    • Types of Nuclear Reactors
      • Pressurized Water Reactor (PWR)
      • Boiling Water Reactor (BWR)
      • Pressurized Heavy Water Reactor (PHWR/CANDU)
      • Light Water Graphite Reactor (LWGR/RBMK)
      • Gas Cooled Reactor (GCR)
      • Fast Breeder Reactor (FBR)/Fast Neutron Reactor (FNR)
    • Nuclear Research Reactors
    • Reactor Generations
    • Nuclear Energy Technology Components
    • Nuclear Power Reactor Power Rating
    • Nuclear Warhead Status Around the World
    • Other Uses for Nuclear Technologies
    • World Regulatory Bodies and Agreements
      • World Nuclear Association
      • World Association of Nuclear Operators
      • International Atomic Energy Agency
      • Nuclear Energy Agency
      • International Nuclear Regulators Association
      • International Nuclear Safety Center
      • Nuclear Energy Institute
      • The Nuclear Suppliers Group
      • Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty
      • United Nations Security Council Resolution 1540
  • Market Size and Growth
    • Nature of NET Leads to Roller Coaster Market Numbers
    • Global NET Market Value Exceeds $190 Billion in 2010
    • PWR Reactors Dominate Market
    • PWR Market Value Reaches Over $126 Billion in 2010
    • Global BWR Market Value Surpasses $83 Billion in 2010
    • The PHWR Segment Climbs to Nearly $12 Billion in Market Value
    • LWGR Market Rests at $5.2 Billion in 2010
    • Global GCR Market Value Estimated at $4.55 Billion in 2010
    • Global Market Value for FBRs Totaled $.29 Billion in 2010
    • Fukushima Shifts Market Trajectory: Original Estimates Lowered
    • Market Value for NET Projected at $220.25 Billion in 2020
    • PWRs Expected to Retain Stronghold in NET Market
    • PWR Market Value Projected to Reach $151.77 in 2020
    • BWR Segment to Reach $38.7 Billion in 2020
    • PHWR Market Value Predicted to Near $20 Billion in 2020
    • LWGRs Projected to Settle at $3.4 Billion in 2020
    • GCRs Reach $5.06 Billion in 2020
    • FBR Market Value to Near $1.35 Billion in 2020
      • Table Total Global NET Market Value, Historical and Projected, with % Change In Billion Dollars, 2006-2020
    • United States, France and Japan Dominate NET Market
    • The United States Claims Over $51 Billion in NET Market Value in 2010
    • France's NET Market Value Reaches $31.79 in 2010
    • Japan Stakes $23.98 Billion of the NET Market Value in 2010
    • Russia Reaches $17.24 Billion in NET Market Value in 2020
    • South Korea to Claim $13.28 Billion in NET Market Value in 2020
    • Germany's NET Market to Rest at $6.76 Billion in 2020
    • Canada Nails an $8.39 Billion NET Market in 2020
    • Ukraine to See 14.8% Increase in Market Value from 2015 to 2020
    • China Plans for Hefty Growth by 2020
    • The United Kingdom Loses Nuclear Capacity from 2006 to 2020
    • `Other' Country Category Expected to See Significant Growth
    • U.S. Shipments of Select NET Components
      • Table U.S. Shipments of Selected NET Components In Millions (2006-2010)
      • Table U.S. Shipments of Selected NET Components In Millions (2010-2020)
    • Uranium Market Value and Production Volume
    • Projected Uranium Market Value and Production Volume
    • Uranium Production Around the World
      • Table Uranium Market, Production, Market Value and Percentage Share, by Country In Tonnes and Millions, 2009
    • The World's Total Known Recoverable Resources of Uranium
    • Potential Growth of NET Market Limited
  • Factors in Market Size and Growth
    • The Nuclear Energy Technology Renaissance
    • Fukushima: Factors in Market Size and Growth
      • BWR Future Not Too Shady, Despite Fukushima Plant Failure
      • Nuclear Opponents Attack; Nuclear Advocates on the Defense
      • Public Fear of Nuclear Shadowed by Terrible Disaster
      • Increased Safety Measures May Affect Industry Growth
      • Realistically Nuclear Cannot Just Disappear: An Economic Perspective
      • Fukushima's Mark 1 Nuclear Reactor
      • Reactors Safety Scrutinized in Seismic Regions
    • `Clean' Nuclear Energy Touted as Fossil Fuel Alternative
    • Greenhouse Gas Debate May Affect Push Towards Clean Energy
    • Global Energy Demand Increasing
    • Global Electricity Costs Rising
    • Nuclear Energy Technologies Increase National Security
    • NET May be Mask for Nuclear Weapons Proliferation
    • Environmental Concerns Re: NET
    • Environmentalists Retain Grip on NET Market
    • Public Perception: Despite Imperfect Past Many Warming to NET
    • New Technologies Spruce Up NET Market
    • Small Reactors, Big News
    • Plant Life Extensions and Upgrades Good for Business
    • Cyber Attacks on Nuclear Power Plants More than a Possibility
    • Nuclear Technology Heavily Reliant on Uranium Mining Industry
    • Storing Nuclear Waste Unavoidable
    • UAE-led Nuclear Fuel Assurance Plan
    • Costs Associated with Nuclear Power Plants
    • A Host of New Countries Plan Nuclear Power Operations by 2030
    • International Cooperation Growing: Countries Form Alliances
    • R&D for NET: Institutions and Universities Ideally Positioned
    • Workshops, Trade Shows and Other Events Fertilize NET Market
      • New Millennium Nuclear Energy Summit in the United States
      • President Obama's Nuclear Security Summit
      • Ten Countries Participate in FNCA SMS in Serpong
      • The Future of Nuclear Technology Workshop
      • Iran's National Day of Nuclear Technology
  • Technological Advances and Schemes
    • Fusion Reactors Produce Less Waste than Fission Reactors
    • Generation IV Reactors
    • Managing Nuclear Waste through Reprocessing and Recycling
    • Small Modular Nuclear Reactors
    • Nuclear Canister Testing
    • China Discovers Technology to Increase Uranium Life
    • Iran's Third Generation Centrifuges
    • European Pressurized Reactors
    • Pebble Bed Technology Goes Awry
    • Reduced Enrichment for Research Test Reactors Program
    • Continuous Electrodeionization for Radioactive Wastewater Decontamination
    • FUSTIN Dedicated Computer Code
    • Portable Nuclear Power of the Future
    • Thorium to Clean up Reactor Waste
  • Around the World
    • World Population
      • Table Projected World Population and Percent Change from Prior Year, 2010 - 2030
    • China and U.S. Together Consume 40% of the World's Energy
    • Electricity Consumption Worldwide
    • Electricity in Developed and Developing Countries
    • About 14% of Global Electricity Supplied by Nuclear Power
    • Global Nuclear Electricity Generation Sees Steady Growth
      • Table Electricity Generation by Energy Source In Trillion Kilowatt Hours (2007-2035)
    • Nuclear Reactors in Operation Around the World
    • Nuclear Reactors under Construction
    • North America
      • Electricity Infrastructure Overview
        • Table North America: Electricity Consumption and Generation In Billion KW Hours, 2005 - 2008
      • Regional Nuclear Energy Positioning
      • Canada
    • South America and Central America
      • Electricity Infrastructure Overview
        • Table Central and South America: Electricity Consumption and Generation In Billion KW Hours, 2005 - 2008
      • Regional Nuclear Energy Positioning
      • Argentina
      • Brazil
      • Other South & Central American Countries Interested in NET
    • Europe
      • Electricity Infrastructure Overview
        • Table Europe: Electricity Consumption and Generation In Billion KW Hours, 2005 - 2008
      • Regional Nuclear Energy Positioning
      • Germany
      • Ukraine
      • United Kingdom
      • Sweden
      • Spain
      • Belgium
      • Czech Republic
      • Switzerland
      • Finland
      • Bulgaria
      • Hungary
      • Slovak Republic
      • Romania
      • Republic of Slovenia
      • Netherlands
      • Other European Countries Interested in Nuclear Power
    • Africa
      • Electricity Infrastructure Overview
        • Table Africa:Electricity Consumption and Generation In Billion KW Hours, 2005 - 2008
      • Regional Nuclear Energy Positioning
      • Other African Countries Interested in Nuclear Power
    • Asia
      • Electricity Infrastructure Overview
        • Table Asia:Electricity Consumption and Generation In Billion KW Hours, 2005 - 2008
      • Regional Nuclear Energy Positioning
      • Russia
      • South Korea
      • China
      • Taiwan
      • India
      • Armenia
      • Other Asian Countries Interested in Nuclear Power
    • Middle East
      • Electricity Infrastructure Overview
        • Table Middle East: Electricity Consumption and Generation In Billion KW Hours, 2005 - 2008
      • Regional Nuclear Energy Positioning
      • Iran
      • United Arab Emirates
      • Other Middle Eastern Countries Interested in Nuclear Power
    • Australia and Oceania
      • Electricity Infrastructure Overview
        • Table Australia and Oceania: Electricity Consumption and Generation In Billion KW Hours, 2005 - 2008
      • Regional Nuclear Energy Positioning
      • New Zealand
  • Employment Outlook
    • Wide Scope of Jobs Included in the NET Market
    • Engineers in High Demand
    • Fukushima Likely to Inspire More Safety Related Job Openings
    • Nuclear Workforce Retiring
    • NET-related Job Earnings and Educational Requirements
      • Table NET-related Job Earnings
    • Education Strengthens NET Workforce
    • Grants, Internships and Scholarships
    • Nuclear-related Job Positions Opening Worldwide
    • Online Postings for NET Job Opportunities and Training
    • Employee Hazards Associated with Nuclear Power Plants
    • Nearly 450,000 Employed in the Global Nuclear Market in 2010
    • Close to 550,000 People Employed in the NET Market in 2020
  • Company Strategies
    • Areva
      • Table Areva Profile
      • Corporate Overview
      • Performance
      • Areva's Products and Services Cover Wide Scope of NET
      • Areva Awarded DOE Conditional Commitment for $2 Billion
      • Areva's 100th Reactor is France's First Generation III Unit
      • Northern Europe's Largest Industrial Project: Olkiluoto 3
      • Areva Signs 1,660 MW(e) International Commercial Contract
      • Areva's Chalon/St. Marcel in Production Since 1975
      • Areva's Creusot Forge Expands Manufacturing Capabilities
      • Areva Newport News
      • Areva Purchases France's SFARsteel
      • Areva Joins China's Donfang Boiler Group Co.
      • Areva Signs MOU with Bharat Forge Ltd.
    • Atomic Energy of Canada Ltd.
      • Table Atomic Energy of Canada Ltd. Profile
      • Corporate Overview
      • Performance
      • AECL's CANDU Reactors
      • AECL Life Extension Projects
      • AECL's CANDU Reactor Projects
      • AECL's Research and Development Program
      • AECL's Modular Air-cooled Storage System
    • Babcock & Wilcox Company
      • Table Babcock & Wilcox Company Profile
      • Corporate Overview
      • Performance
      • B&W's Product Portfolio
      • B&W mPower Modular Reactor
      • B&W Joins Forces with Areva
    • China First Heavy Industries (Group) Ltd. Co.
      • Table China First Heavy Industries (Group) Ltd. Co. Profile
      • Corporate Overview
      • CFHI Provides Equipment and Services for Multiple Industries
      • CFHI Receives Generation III Approval
      • CFHI Signs Contract with Shandong Nuclear Power
      • CFHI Produces China's First One Million KW Pressure Vessel
      • CFHI Acquires Contracts for RMB 823.55 Million
    • Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction Co., Ltd.
      • Table Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction Co., Ltd. Profile
      • Corporate Overview
      • Performance
      • DHIC Offers Castings and Forgings for Nuclear Power Plants
      • DHIC To Provide Components for China Nuclear Corp.
      • DHIC Signs Contract with Westinghouse and Shaw
      • DHIC Signs $3.9 Billion Contract with KEPCO
      • DHIC Ships to China, United States and Korea
    • Hitachi-GE Nuclear Energy, Ltd.
      • Table Hitachi-GE Nuclear Energy, Ltd. Profile
      • Corporate Overview
      • GE-Hitachi Delivers to Japan and Other Regions
      • GE-Hitachi's ABWRs in Japan
      • Prefabricated Large Modules
    • Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd.
      • Table Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd. Profile
      • Corporate Overview
      • Performance
      • Mitsubishi's Nuclear Power Plant Products
      • Mitsubishi Has Strong Presence in Japan
      • Mitsubishi's APWR for Europe and the United States
    • NuScale Power, Inc.
      • Table NuScale Power, Inc. Profile
      • Corporate Overview
      • NuScale's Small Nuclear Power System
    • Toshiba Corp.
      • Table Toshiba Corp. Profile
      • Corporate Overview
      • Performance
      • Toshiba Produces Large Variety of Products
      • Toshiba Has Strong Nuclear Presence
      • Toshiba Partners with Westinghouse
      • Global Fuel and Service Business
      • Toshiba's ABWR
      • Toshiba's 4S Technology
      • Core Shroud Replacement Work
      • Radiation-tolerant Remote Operated Vehicle
      • Laser De-sensitization Treatment Technology
    • Westinghouse Electric Co., Llc.
      • Table Westinghouse Electric Co., Llc. Profile
      • Corporate Overview
      • Westinghouse Boasts Large Variety of Products
      • Westinghouse's Nuclear Ventures
      • Westinghouse's AP1000™
      • Westinghouse Joins Forces with Shaw Group
      • Westinghouse Signs Agreement with Endesa
      • Westinghouse's Small Modular Reactor
      • Westinghouse Provides Nuclear Fabrication Services in Carolina
      • Westinghouse To Supply Nuclear Energy Technologies to China
    • Chicago Bridge and Iron Co.
      • Table Chicago Bridge and Iron Co. Profile
      • Corporate Overview
      • Performance
      • CB&I Caters to Numerous Industries
      • Containment Vessels and Pressure Vessels
      • Repairs and Modifications
    • The Japan Steel Works, Ltd.
      • Table The Japan Steel Works, Ltd. Profile
      • Corporate Overview
      • Performance
      • JSW's Product Portfolio
      • JSW Supplies Pressure Vessels to Areva's EPRs
      • JSW's Muroran Plant Receives Upgrade
    • Larsen & Toubro Ltd.
      • Table Larsen & Toubro Ltd. Profile
      • Corporate Overview
      • Performance
      • L&T's Portfolio of Large Projects
      • L&T's Nuclear Power Products
      • L&T Builds Factory with Nuclear Power Corp.
      • L&T Signs Four Large Agreements in 2009
    • OMZ Group
      • Table OMZ Group Profile
      • Corporate Overview
      • Performance
      • Izhorskiye Zavody Caters to Nuclear Industry
      • Skoda JS Provides Reactor Components
    • Sheffield Forgemasters International, Ltd.
      • Table Sheffield Forgemasters International, Ltd. Profile
      • Corporate Overview
      • SFI's Product Portfolio Covers Many Industries, Including Nuclear Power
      • SFI Produces `Tons' of Stuff

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