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Cameco will energize the world as the global leader of fuel supply for clean-air nuclear power.
Cameco is one of the world's largest uranium producers providing about 17% of the world's production from mines in Canada, the US and Kazakhstan. It holds about 415 million pounds of proven and probable reserves, extensive resources and has focused its exploration programs on three continents where its land holdings total about 1.5 million hectares. It is also a leading provider of nuclear fuel processing services, supplying much of the world's reactor fleet with the fuel to generate one of the cleanest sources of electricity available today. Cameco’s shares trade on the Toronto and New York stock exchanges. In Kazakhstan, Cameco partners with national atomic company Kazatomprom in Joint Venture Inkai.
Cameco Kazakhstan LLP was established to both represent Cameco in Kazakhstan, and to provide a corporate structure through which other investments could be made in the country. Its office is located in Astana, capital of Kazakhstan. Cameco Kazakhstan is a member of Kazakhstan Foreign Investors’ Council Association chaired by the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan (FIC).
Cameco has partnered with Kazatomprom on a nuclear energy pavilion at Expo 2017 in Astana. It’s one of the most ambitions CSR program’s Cameco has undertaken in its history. Cameco also partnered with the Canadian Embassy and the Kazakh people to bring the Canada 150 Heritage Cup to Astana in May 2017. This charity endeavor raised money for youth to play hockey in Kazakhstan. Currently Cameco implements its investment projects through its partnership with Kazatomprom and JV Inkai. Cameco Kazakhstan has developed a corporate social responsibility (CSR) program and has recently launched significant projects in the country.
Address Cameco Kazakhstan
Cameco Kazakhstan LLP
Office 920, Arman Business Centre, Sary-Arka Street, Building 6
Astana 010000, Republic of Kazakhstan
Phone.: +7 7172 79 03 55
Fax: +7 7172 79 03 57
JV Inkai is a joint venture of Cameco and Kazatomprom created in 1996 to develop uranium resources in Kazakhstan. Cameco's investment in the Inkai in situ recovery mine taps into the vast uranium potential of Kazakhstan. It is operated by joint venture Inkai limited liability partnership that is owned by Cameco and by the Kazakh government through Kazatomprom. In 2016, an agreement was signed between the parties to restructure and enhance JV Inkai, an increase in the annual production limit from 2,000 Tu/year to 4,000 Tu/year and an extension of the term of the Resource Use Contract to the year 2045.
The ISO 14001 and BSI OHSAS 18001 certified facility has followed western standards for worker safety and environmental protection since it began operations in 2008, and Inkai has three times (2007, 2009, 2016) been recognized by Cameco as the company’s top site in an internal safety evaluation of all its mines.
"JV "Inkai" LLP
Madeli Kozha 1G Street, BC “EXPO”, 5th floor
Phone: +7 7252 997 182
Fax: +7 7252 997 183