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Development of Infrastructure for SNF Removal at Andreeva Bay

Andreeva Bay is a former coastal technical maintenance base of the USSR Naval Fleet established in 1960s for storage of fresh and spent nuclear fuel (SNF), solid radioactive waste (SRW) and liquid radioactive waste (LRW) arising from nuclear-powered submarines and icebreakers

Andreeva Bay Remediation

Since 2002 within the framework of the Global Partnership Programme the work has been underway at Andreeva Bay to develop the strategy and infrastructure for safe, reliable and cost-effective handling of SNF, LRW and SRW for remediation of the facility

Dismantling of Nuclear-Powered Submarines

Since 2003 Storvik Consult as a contractor to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Norway has been an active stakeholder in the dismantling of multipurpose nuclear-powered submarines (NPS) decommissioned from the Naval Fleet of the Russian Federation

Conversion of NPS reactor compartments

The project provided administration of the contract that Norway has entered into with Shiprepair Centre Zvyozdochka for the conversion of three three-compartment NPS sections into single-compartment sections with proper shielding for on-land storage at Sayda Bay

Decommissioning of Floating Maintenance Base Lepse

In 2008 the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) signed a Grant Implementing Agreement with the Federal Centre for Nuclear and Radiation Safety to fund Phase I of the decommissioning of the Floating Maintenance Base Lepse

Preparation for Defuelling and Defuelling of Papa-Class Nuclear-Powered Submarine

In 2008 the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) signed a Grant Implementing Agreement with the Federal Centre for Nuclear and Radiation Safety for the preparation for unloading and unloading of spent nuclear fuel from Papa-class nuclear-powered submarine, hull No.501

Nuclear Ice-breakers

Safety systems for the nuclear powered icebreakers Sovetsky Soyuz, Yamal and Arktika, nuclear powered cargo carrier Sevmorput, maintenance floating base Lotta, and icebreaker base Atomflot

Arctic Military Environmental Cooperation (AMEC)

This International programme included the design, construction and commissioning of a mobile plant for solid radioactive waste handling

Complementary Emergency Feedwater System

In the initial design of the Kola Nuclear Power Plant (KNPP) with reactor type VVER 440, the main and auxiliary feed water pumps, as well as residual heat removal pumps, were placed next to each other in the turbine building. In case of a fire or a flooding, there was a risk that all pumps would be unavailable

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