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VANCOUVER, BC / ACCESSWIRE / November 7, 2016 / Forum Uranium Corp. (TSXV: FDC) ("Forum") and Uracan Resources Ltd. (TSXV: URC) ("Uracan") are pleased to announce an update on the ongoing drill program on Forum's 100% owned Clearwater Project, on trend from Fission Uranium's Triple R deposit and Nexgen Energy's Arrow Deposit in the Athabasca Basin, Saskatchewan. The exploration drilling program previously announced on September 29, 2016 will be extended. The Mongo area is interpreted to be on strike with the structure hosting the Triple R deposit. Drilling to date on the Mongo Lake area (drill holes CW-17 and CW-18) of the property (see Forum's September 29th, 2016 news release for location of the Mongo Trend) have encountered predominantly mafic gneisses, locally weakly graphitic, that have been cut numerous times by felsic granitic dykes and moderately radioactive (thorium bearing) mafic dykes with probing peaks of up to 2345 counts per second. These mafic dykes have been reactivated by subparallel brittle shear zones. The upper section of the drill holes also contains intervals of secondary hematite alteration, both along fracture surfaces and locally within the matrix and lithological boundaries. Several intervals of moderate bleaching of the drill core have also been noted. Clays in the bleached zone have been analyzed by Forum's TerraSpec (TSP 350-2500) instrument, and have come back as mostly illite, a clay associated with hydrothermal alteration and common around all of the eastern Athabasca Basin uranium deposits and at NexGen Energy's Arrow deposit. Samples of the bleached and clay altered core will be geochemically analysed in the near term to confirm the nature and type of other clay minerals present. The combination of elevated radioactivity, bleaching with illite clay and secondary hematite associated with brittle shear zones and local graphitic zones are encouraging as these indicate that altering and radioactive fluids were active in the area. Further drilling is planned to follow up these initial encouraging results, both along strike on the southern conductor and on a parallel conductor 400m to the north. A further target (the Lili area) on a strong, steeply dipping VTEM conductor that has a strike length of several kilometres, parallel to the Clearwater intrusive complex may also be tested. Radioactivity within the mafic dykes in CW-17 has a probing peak of 1081 cps over 0.1 meters between 197.6 and 197.7 meters downhole, within an overall radioactive interval of 779 cps over 0.8 meters between 197.4 and 198.2 meters. CW-18 contains mafic dykes with a probing peak of 2345 cps over 0.2 meters between 136.5 and 136.7 meters within an overall radioactive interval of 1206 cps over 0.6 meters between 136.3 and 136.9 meters. Preliminary spectrometer results indicate that the radioactivity in the mafic dykes is predominantly related to thorium with lesser uranium present. All drill holes are probed for radiometrics along their entire drilled length using a Mt Sopris HLP-2375 total count natural gamma scintillometer probe. The radioactive zones have been measured using a hand-held Radiation Solutions Inc RS-135 spectrometer to determine the ratios of Thorium and Uranium in a preliminary fashion. Samples of these drill core intervals will be submitted for analysis by SRC Laboratories. The reader is cautioned that probe and scintillometer readings are not necessarily uniformly or directly related to the presence of, or uranium grades of, the rock sample measured. These readings should be used only as a preliminary indication of the presence of radioactive materials. Four diamond drill holes have also been completed in the Key area of the project testing gravity lows or EM conductors. While the alteration of the basement rocks was very strong with up to 30m of dissolved and missing core, most of this is interpreted to be caused by surficial weathering, evidence for this given by associated kaolinite clays. The drill holes that targeted EM conductors intersected graphitic structures with evidence of numerous tectonic episodes; unfortunately no significant uranium mineralization was noted in this area. Uracan will earn a 25% interest in the Clearwater property at the end of the current drill program by spending $1.5 million (approximately $900,000 spent to date), a 51% interest in the Clearwater property by spending $3 million in exploration over three years and up to a 70% interest by spending $6 million over five years. The Clearwater Project covers a total of 9,912 hectares adjoining Fission Uranium's Patterson Lake South claims to the southwest. Forum will be the Project operator until Uracan earns its 51% interest, after which Uracan may elect to become the operator. Ken Wheatley, P.Geo., Forum's Vice-President, Exploration is the Qualified Person that has reviewed and approved the contents of this news release. Forum Uranium Corp. is a Canadian-based energy company with a focus on the acquisition, exploration and development of Canadian uranium projects. Forum has assembled a highly experienced team of exploration professionals with a track record of mine discoveries for unconformity-style uranium deposits in Canada. The Company has a strategy to discover near surface uranium deposits in the Athabasca Basin, Saskatchewan by exploring on its 100% owned properties and through strategic partnerships and joint ventures with Cameco, AREVA, Rio Tinto Exploration, NexGen and Uracan. ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS Neither the TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release. VANCOUVER, BC / ACCESSWIRE / November 7, 2016 / Forum Uranium Corp. (TSXV: FDC) ("Forum") and Uracan Resources Ltd. (TSXV: URC) ("Uracan") are pleased to announce an update on the ongoing drill program on Forum's 100% owned Clearwater Project, on trend from Fission Uranium's Triple R deposit and Nexgen Energy's Arrow Deposit in the Athabasca Basin, Saskatchewan. The exploration drilling program previously announced on September 29, 2016 will be extended. The Mongo area is interpreted to be on strike with the structure hosting the Triple R deposit. Drilling to date on the Mongo Lake area (drill holes CW-17 and CW-18) of the property (see Forum's September 29th, 2016 news release for location of the Mongo Trend) have encountered predominantly mafic gneisses, locally weakly graphitic, that have been cut numerous times by felsic granitic dykes and moderately radioactive (thorium bearing) mafic dykes with probing peaks of up to 2345 counts per second. These mafic dykes have been reactivated by subparallel brittle shear zones. The upper section of the drill holes also contains intervals of secondary hematite alteration, both along fracture surfaces and locally within the matrix and lithological boundaries. Several intervals of moderate bleaching of the drill core have also been noted. Clays in the bleached zone have been analyzed by Forum's TerraSpec (TSP 350-2500) instrument, and have come back as mostly illite, a clay associated with hydrothermal alteration and common around all of the eastern Athabasca Basin uranium deposits and at NexGen Energy's Arrow deposit. Samples of the bleached and clay altered core will be geochemically analysed in the near term to confirm the nature and type of other clay minerals present. The combination of elevated radioactivity, bleaching with illite clay and secondary hematite associated with brittle shear zones and local graphitic zones are encouraging as these indicate that altering and radioactive fluids were active in the area. Further drilling is planned to follow up these initial encouraging results, both along strike on the southern conductor and on a parallel conductor 400m to the north. A further target (the Lili area) on a strong, steeply dipping VTEM conductor that has a strike length of several kilometres, parallel to the Clearwater intrusive complex may also be tested. Radioactivity within the mafic dykes in CW-17 has a probing peak of 1081 cps over 0.1 meters between 197.6 and 197.7 meters downhole, within an overall radioactive interval of 779 cps over 0.8 meters between 197.4 and 198.2 meters. CW-18 contains mafic dykes with a probing peak of 2345 cps over 0.2 meters between 136.5 and 136.7 meters within an overall radioactive interval of 1206 cps over 0.6 meters between 136.3 and 136.9 meters. Preliminary spectrometer results indicate that the radioactivity in the mafic dykes is predominantly related to thorium with lesser uranium present. All drill holes are probed for radiometrics along their entire drilled length using a Mt Sopris HLP-2375 total count natural gamma scintillometer probe. The radioactive zones have been measured using a hand-held Radiation Solutions Inc RS-135 spectrometer to determine the ratios of Thorium and Uranium in a preliminary fashion. Samples of these drill core intervals will be submitted for analysis by SRC Laboratories. The reader is cautioned that probe and scintillometer readings are not necessarily uniformly or directly related to the presence of, or uranium grades of, the rock sample measured. These readings should be used only as a preliminary indication of the presence of radioactive materials. Four diamond drill holes have also been completed in the Key area of the project testing gravity lows or EM conductors. While the alteration of the basement rocks was very strong with up to 30m of dissolved and missing core, most of this is interpreted to be caused by surficial weathering, evidence for this given by associated kaolinite clays. The drill holes that targeted EM conductors intersected graphitic structures with evidence of numerous tectonic episodes; unfortunately no significant uranium mineralization was noted in this area. Uracan will earn a 25% interest in the Clearwater property at the end of the current drill program by spending $1.5 million (approximately $900,000 spent to date), a 51% interest in the Clearwater property by spending $3 million in exploration over three years and up to a 70% interest by spending $6 million over five years. The Clearwater Project covers a total of 9,912 hectares adjoining Fission Uranium's Patterson Lake South claims to the southwest. Forum will be the Project operator until Uracan earns its 51% interest, after which Uracan may elect to become the operator. Ken Wheatley, P.Geo., Forum's Vice-President, Exploration is the Qualified Person that has reviewed and approved the contents of this news release. Forum Uranium Corp. is a Canadian-based energy company with a focus on the acquisition, exploration and development of Canadian uranium projects. Forum has assembled a highly experienced team of exploration professionals with a track record of mine discoveries for unconformity-style uranium deposits in Canada. The Company has a strategy to discover near surface uranium deposits in the Athabasca Basin, Saskatchewan by exploring on its 100% owned properties and through strategic partnerships and joint ventures with Cameco, AREVA, Rio Tinto Exploration, NexGen and Uracan. ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS Neither the TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.


Mooreland Continues as Active Advisor to the Digital Media and Connected Home Markets NEW YORK, Dec. 15, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Mooreland Partners (http://www.moorelandpartners.com), the leading independent investment bank providing M&A and private capital advisory services to the global technology industry, today announced that it acted as the exclusive financial advisor to Autonomic Controls on its sale to SnapAV, a portfolio company of General Atlantic. Autonomic is a leading expert in music streaming and multi-room audio solutions, with a proven track record in the custom-install channel. The company's products integrate seamlessly with leading control systems, including Savant, Crestron, Control4, and URC, and incorporate more than a dozen popular music services, including Spotify and Pandora. To provide users with the best audio possible, Autonomic supports full high-resolution audio (HRA) at 24-bit/192kHz. Autonomic CEO Michael de Nigris views SnapAV as a like-minded partner with a strong commitment to the custom-install channel. "SnapAV has shaped the industry since their inception, and we believe our unique product offering will be a great addition to their lineup," de Nigris said. "Our companies are a perfect cultural fit, and because SnapAV is the top supplier in the industry, it helps expand our reach." SnapAV has made a series of acquisitions within the last year, which have brought numerous benefits to custom installers. "We are thrilled to add Autonomic to the SnapAV lineup," said John Heyman, SnapAV CEO. "This is a company that focuses on the custom channel and has shown continuous expertise in the media streaming category. Autonomic has the right products, people, and culture to make this deal a success for everyone involved, including our dealers." Mooreland has played an active advisory role in the broader connected home space, having successfully completed a number of transactions in the control, A/V and media streaming segments. "Scalable and versatile entertainment solutions are must have components and a key demand driver in the connected home," said Todd Feldman, Managing Director, Mooreland Partners."This acquisition will position SnapAV to expand its line of audio solutions, as well as attract new dealer verticals by leveraging Autonomic's suite of high-resolution audio solutions." ABOUT MOORELAND PARTNERS Founded in 2002, Mooreland Partners is a leading independent investment bank providing M&A and private capital advisory services to the global technology industry, serving clients from its offices in London, New York, and Silicon Valley. Mooreland's team of nearly 50 professionals delivers industry domain and transaction expertise across all major technology sectors including industrial technology and electronics, enterprise software and services, communications technology, as well as mobile and digital media. Learn more at www.moorelandpartners.com; read our blog. All trademarks contained herein are the property of their respective owners.


VANCOUVER, BC / ACCESSWIRE / February 16, 2017 / Forum Uranium Corp. (TSX-V: FDC) (OTC PINK: FDCFF) ("Forum") and Uracan Resources Ltd. (TSX-V: URC) ("Uracan") announce the intersection of 4.34% zinc and 0.3% lead over 6.5 metres from 259.5m to 266.0m in hole CW-16 on Forum's Clearwater Project. The sample was reanalysed at SRC Geoanalytical Laboratories and returned 4.54% zinc and 0.275% lead. This interval occurs within a 30.2m zone (241.8 - 272.0m) of anomalous zinc mineralization, with assays ranging between 114ppm to 43400 ppm. CW-16 was one of five holes drilled on the Mongo target on trend from Fission Uranium's Triple R deposit and Nexgen Energy's Arrow Deposit in the Athabasca Basin, Saskatchewan (Figure 1). These samples were collected as "chip" samples as the core was not radioactive. Chip samples consist of systematically collecting similar sized small fragments of the core at a regular spacing of approximately one metre across zones of similar lithology and alteration. These individual chips from discrete lithological intervals are combined into a single sample that is submitted for analysis. True widths of this interval are not known at this time. The reader is cautioned that the assays may not be representative of the interval sampled. These results indicate that additional follow up work is needed to determine the nature and potential for base metal mineralization, in addition to evaluating the uranium potential of untested targets on the property. 25% Interest Earned by Uracan in the Clearwater Project Uracan has earned its initial 25% interest in the property by incurring $1.5 million of cumulative expenditures on the property by Uracan as per the earn-in agreement with Forum. Forum holds the remaining 75% interest in the property. Uracan can earn a 51% interest by spending an additional $1.5 million in exploration by August 2017 and up to a 70% interest by funding cumulative expenditures of $6 million by August 2019. Forum will be the Project operator until Uracan earns its 51% interest, after which Uracan may elect to become the operator. To view an enhanced version: please visit: [https://www.accesswire.com/uploads/Forum_2.16.2017.jpg] Figure 1: The Mongo Trend appears to be the extension of the Patterson Lake Corridor, host to the Triple R and Arrow uranium deposits. Forum drilled four holes on the Key Trend, part of the Forrest Lake Corridor and five holes on the Mongo Trend for the 2016 drill program. (Figure modified from Fission Uranium) The chip sampled intervals were submitted to SRC Geoanalytical Laboratories (an SCC ISO/IEC 17025: 2005 Accredited Facility) of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan for geochemical analysis. The samples were analyzed using ICP-MS for trace elements for both partial and total digestions, ICP-OES for major and minor elements on a total digestion, and fusion solution of boron by ICP-OES. SRC has a rigorous QA/QC program as part of their assay program with regular insertion of standard reference material, blank material, and duplicate samples in the sample stream. Ken Wheatley, P.Geo. and Forum's VP, Exploration and Qualified Person under National Instrument 43-101, has reviewed and approved the contents of this news release. Forum Uranium Corp. is a Canadian-based energy company with a focus on the acquisition, exploration, and development of Canadian uranium projects. Forum has assembled a highly experienced team of exploration professionals with a track record of mine discoveries for unconformity-style uranium deposits in Canada. The Company has a strategy to discover near surface uranium deposits in the Athabasca Basin, Saskatchewan by exploring on its 100% owned properties and through strategic partnerships and joint ventures with Cameco, AREVA, RTX, NexGen, and Uracan. ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS Neither the TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.


CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Data Link Solutions (DLS), a joint venture between Rockwell Collins and BAE Systems, will provide improved tactical Link 16 communication capabilities for the F-16 fleet of Foreign Military Sales customers. The U.S. Navy Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command (SPAWAR) has awarded DLS an $11.7 million contract for the production of Multifunctional Information Distribution System - Low Volume Terminals (MIDS-LVTs) for the F-16 Link 16 program and the option of $7.7 million for additional MIDS-LVT terminals. “The F-16 aircraft conducts vital air-to-air and air-to-ground missions for the air forces of our allies,” said Doug Schmidt, director of DLS. MIDS-LVT was developed by the MIDS International Program Office based in San Diego, California to provide Link 16 capability at a lower weight, volume and cost. Link 16 is a secure, high-speed Tactical Data Link used by the United States and NATO allies. MIDS-LVT provides real-time data communications, situational awareness and navigation, digital voice and TACAN, all in a jam-resistant, crypto-secured package. Work will be performed in Wayne, New Jersey and Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Data Link Solutions was established in 1996 by two of the world leaders in military communications, Rockwell Collins and BAE Systems, to pursue next generation Link 16 applications. DLS is a leading supplier of Link 16 terminals and software, as well as logistics and support services for air, land and sea-based platforms with a heritage of more than 20 years of Link 16 design and production experience with more than 6,400 Link 16 systems delivered worldwide. DLS has provided MIDS terminals for more than 40 different platforms in 30 countries with product offerings that include the Joint Tactical Information Distribution System Class 2 family, the MIDS–LVT, MIDS-On-Ship, TacNet Tactical Radio (TTR), URC-138 Link-16 terminal, and various country-unique data links. DLS is the only company to provide all MIDS-LVT variants including the MIDS-LVT (3) Fighter Data Link and the MIDS-LVT (LVT-2/11/12), and also builds the MIDS JTRS.


News Article | December 6, 2016
Site: www.businesswire.com

National Atomic Company Kazatomprom and China General Nuclear Power Corporation (CGNPC) have proceeded to implementation of a joint innovative project in the nuclear sector. This has become known during the teleconference with participation of the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev. Construction of this FA Manufacturing Plant is one of the breakthrough projects to be implemented under Kazatomprom’s strategy which focuses on development of a vertically integrated fuel cycle company with advanced nuclear fuel fabrication capabilities. The plant will be managed through a joint venture “Ulba-FA”, the founders of which are Ulba Metallurgical Plant JSC (51%) (Kazatomprom’s subsidiary) and CGN-URC (49%) (subsidiary of CGNPC) . FA production technology will be provided by the French company AREVA, the world’s leader in this segment. The relevant Contract was signed between AREVA NP and Ulba-FA LLP. The Agreement provides a license for fuel fabrication technology, engineering documentation, supply of the key production equipment, personnel training and others. Askar Zhumagaliyev, CEO of Kazatomprom noted: “This FA manufacturing plant construction is the result of a long-term cooperation of Kazakhstan, China and France and one of the strategic steps of Kazatomprom towards production diversification. Maintaining our uranium mining leadership, we are planning to offer to the market the fuel for nuclear power plants of Kazakhstan’s origin, which will allow us to strengthen our position on the global nuclear market». Zhang Shanming, CGNPC Director General stated: “CGNPC has been cooperating with Kazatomprom in uranium mining, natural uranium trading and nuclear fuel pellets fabrication since 2006. Execution of the joint fuel project allowed both companies to take their cooperation to a new level. This project is an example of successful cooperation within the “One Belt, One Road” and “Bright Path” initiatives”. Philippe Knoche, CEO of AREVA declared: “AREVA is proud to be selected as a full scope technology provider for this future fuel plant. This contract reinforces the strong links between AREVA, Kazatomprom and CGNPC. Our team is already mobilized for the successful implementation of the project and we have started the production of the necessary equipment”. It should be noted that this project will allow to establish a modern, completely automated production with the capacity of 200 tonnes of fuel assemblies per year, which will be further used in NPPs as nuclear fuel. The enterprise is expected to have a guaranteed market outlet for 20 years. Investments would comprise over KZT 49 billion, half of which is to be provided by the Chinese side. This project will also create 129 direct new jobs and create additional economic benefit through support goods and services in Kazakhstan. Initial FA production is scheduled for 2020. Fuel assembly is the finished, manufactured product to be used as fuel for nuclear power plants. FA fabrication is a final stage of nuclear power plant fuel cycle production and is one of the most significant, as a FA is loaded into a reactor and will work under high temperatures and in an environment subject to radiation, for about 4-5 years. FA fabrication is a large-scale, highly automated, mechanical process and is divided into the following key stages: fuel elements fabrication; skeleton fabrication; FA fabrication; FA storage; FA loading into containers and their delivery. The uranium contained in these fuel assemblies will originate from uranium mines in Kazakhstan, which will have been further process into fuel pellets manufactured in existing facilities at the Ulba Metallurgical Plant. NAC Kazatomprom JSC is the national operator of the Republic of Kazakhstan for export of uranium and its compounds, rare metals, nuclear fuel for nuclear power plants, special purpose equipment, technologies and double-use materials. The main activities of the company are: geological exploration, uranium production, manufacture of nuclear fuel cycle products and construction materials. Today the Company has more than 26,000 employees. Kazatomprom is among the leading uranium production companies in the world. Ulba Metallurgical Plant JSC is one of the most recognized world leading manufacturers of uranium dioxide fuel pellets for NPPs and products containing beryllium, tantalum and niobium. The company is a part of the National Atomic Company Kazatomprom. China General Nuclear Power Corporation (CGNPC) is a large enterprise under supervision of State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission (SASAC) of the State Council of China. CGNPC’s main business is clean energy, including nuclear, solar, wind and hydro power. CGNPC has more than 30 years’ experience in nuclear power plant (NPP) construction and operation. In CGNPC NPP fleet, 16 NPPs are in operation with a total capacity of 17.09 GWe, and 12 NPPs are in construction with a total capacity of 14.65 GWe. CGNPC has more NPPs in constructions than any other enterprise or company in the world. In addition to nuclear power, CGNPC is also an active player in wind, solar and hydro power development. CGNPC has dedicated subsidiaries to invest respectively in wind and solar power. Both subsidiaries are able to deliver EPC or turnkey wind or solar power project. CGNPC is one of the leading enterprises in China in none-nuclear clean energy power. AREVA NP is a major international player in the nuclear energy market recognized for its innovative solutions and value-added technologies for designing, building, maintaining, and advancing the global nuclear fleet. The company designs, manufactures, and installs components and fuel for nuclear power plants and offers a full range of reactor services. With 14,000 employees worldwide, every day AREVA NP’s expertise helps its customers improve the safety and performance of their nuclear plants and achieve their economic and societal goals. AREVA NP is a subsidiary of the AREVA group.


La construction de cette usine de fabrication d'assemblages de combustible est l'un des projets majeurs de la stratégie de Kazatomprom, dont l’objectif est d’être une société intégrée dans le cycle du combustible avec des capacités de production de combustible nucléaire avancées. Elle sera gérée via une coentreprise, Ulba-FA LLP, détenue par Ulba Metallurgical Plant JCS (filiale de Kazatomprom) à 51% et CGN-URC (filiale de CGNPC), à 49 %. La technologie de production des assemblages de combustible sera fournie par AREVA NP, numéro un mondial de ce secteur. Le contrat signé par AREVA NP et Ulba-FA LLP inclut un accord de licence pour la technologie de combustible, des documents d’ingénierie, la fourniture d’équipements et de composants mais également un programme de formations. Zhang Shanming, Directeur Général de CGNPC a indiqué : « CGNPC coopère avec Kazatomprom dans les domaines de l'extraction de l'uranium, du commerce d'uranium naturel et de la fabrication des pastilles de combustible nucléaire depuis 2006. La réalisation de ce projet commun a permis aux deux entreprises d'amener leur coopération à un nouveau niveau. Ce projet est un exemple de coopération réussie dans le cadre des initiatives « One Belt, One Road » et « Bright Path » ». Ce projet permettra de mettre en place une production entièrement automatisée avec une capacité de 200 tonnes d'assemblages de combustible par an. L'entreprise devrait bénéficier de débouchés sur le marché pendant 20 ans. Les investissements devraient être de plus de 49 milliards de KZT, dont la moitié apportée par le partenaire chinois. Ce projet créera également 129 emplois directs au Kazakhstan tout en apportant d’autres avantages économiques à travers des produits et services complémentaires. Le début de la production est prévu pour 2020. L’assemblage de combustible est le produit fini fabriqué utilisé comme combustible dans les centrales nucléaires. La fabrication de ces assemblages combustibles est une étape finale de la production du cycle de combustible des centrales nucléaires et l’une des plus importantes puisque l’assemblage combustible introduit dans un réacteur sera utilisé à de hautes températures dans un environnement soumis aux radiations, pendant environ 4 à 5 ans. La fabrication des assemblages de combustible est un vaste processus très automatisé, qui comprend : la fabrication des composants des assemblages de combustible, de la structure, des assemblages combustibles ainsi que leur stockage, leur chargement dans des conteneurs et leur livraison. Ces assemblages combustibles contiendront de l’uranium issu des mines du Kazakhstan et transformé en pastilles de combustible dans les installations d’Ulba Metallurgical Plant. NAC Kazatomprom JSC est l'opérateur national de la République du Kazakhstan chargé des exportations d'uranium et de ses composés, des métaux rares, des combustibles destinés aux centrales nucléaires, des équipements spécialisés, des technologies et des matériaux à double usage. La société a pour principales activités : la prospection géologique, la production d'uranium et la fabrication de produits du cycle du combustible nucléaire et de matériels de construction. Actuellement, la société emploie plus de 26 000 personnes. Kazatomprom figure parmi les principaux producteurs d'uranium dans le monde. China General Nuclear Power Corporation (CGNPC) est une grande entreprise sous la supervision de la Commission du Conseil d’état de Chine chargée du contrôle et de la gestion des actifs de l'État (SASAC). CGNPC opère principalement dans le secteur de l'énergie propre, et notamment de l'énergie nucléaire, solaire, éolienne et hydraulique. CGNPC a plus de 30 ans d'expérience dans la construction et la gestion de centrales nucléaires (CNPE). Dans le parc de CNPE de CGNPC, 16 CNPE sont en service avec une capacité totale de 17,09 GWe, et 12 CNPE sont en construction avec une capacité totale de 14,65 GWe. CGNPC a plus de CNPE en construction que n'importe quelle autre entreprise ou société dans le monde. Outre l'énergie nucléaire, CGNPC est également actif dans le développement de l'énergie éolienne, solaire et hydraulique. CGNPC a des filiales spécifiques pour investir respectivement dans l'énergie éolienne et dans l'énergie solaire. Ces filiales sont en mesure de réaliser un projet d'énergie éolienne ou solaire clés en main. CGNPC est l'une des principales entreprises de Chine spécialisée dans l'énergie propre non nucléaire. AREVA NP est un acteur international majeur de la filière nucléaire reconnu pour ses solutions innovantes et ses technologies à forte valeur ajoutée pour la conception, la construction, la maintenance et le développement du parc nucléaire mondial. L’entreprise concoit et fabrique des composants, du combustible et offre toute une gamme de services destinés aux réacteurs. Grâce à ses 14 000 collaborateurs à travers le monde, AREVA NP met chaque jour son expertise au service de ses clients pour leur permettre d’améliorer la sûreté et la performance de leurs centrales nucléaires et de contribuer à atteindre leurs objectifs économiques et sociétaux. AREVA NP est une filiale du groupe AREVA.


News Article | November 21, 2016
Site: www.newsmaker.com.au

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News Article | November 5, 2016
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DMG Productions is proud to announce the upcoming airing of Innovations with Ed Begley, Jr., scheduled to broadcast Thursday, November 17, 2016 at 7:30aET/7:30aPT via Discovery Channel. The show will educate viewers on FruitWorx®, a new, real fruit ingredient made from Welch’s own Concord or Niagara grapes, which is a result of its partnership with Taura Natural Ingredients. FruitWorx® inclusions are created using URC® (Ultra Rapid Concentration), a unique technology that concentrates the natural goodness of Welch’s grape juices and purees into versatile pieces, flakes and bites that can be used by manufactures for variety of applications. This innovative technology has given Welch’s the opportunity to take the taste and nutrition of its unique grapes beyond 100 percent juice to products such as snack bars, bakery products, confectionary, and breakfast cereals for the first time. Innovations will teach viewers about Vendwatch Telematics’ management application for vending machine management. This highly scalable, protected, cloud-based application server manages telemetry devices, data analysis, cashless payments, and user access through secure internet networking with guaranteed data security. The Vendmine product family from Vendwatch Telematics is pioneering the M2M revolution for vending networks. Innovations will also explore how abundantly water is used in manufacturing processes and how Stoelting Cleaning Equipment, a Vollrath company, is using Liquid Lock™ technology to help manufactures conserve it, along with power and cleaning agents. Based in Kiel, Wisconsin, Stoelting designs and manufactures a complete line of spray and ultrasonic cleaning equipment for manufacturing operations, including general industrial, machining and stamping, electronics, automotive, aerospace and entertainment applications. Along with its chemical manufacturer partners, Stoelting’s cleaning solutions can ensure optimal cleaning results, while at the same time cutting costs and being environmentally friendly. Brüel & Kjær Vibro supplies integrated solutions for the measurement and analysis of machine vibration. The show will give viewers a behind-the-scenes look at what makes Brüel & Kjær Vibro a world-leader in vibration measurement and analysis. In addition to learning about Brüel & Kjær Vibro’s advanced technology for measuring and monitoring machine vibration, spectators will also be educated on the company’s ability to use remote conditioning monitoring systems for the wind power industry to keep the wind turbines turning. "Technology is constantly changing, and with it, bringing new developments and advancements every day,” said Michael Devine, Senior Producer for the Innovations series. “This episode is sure to enlighten and entertain.” About Innovations & DMG Productions: Innovations, hosted by award winning actor Ed Begley, Jr., is an information-based series geared toward educating the public on the latest breakthroughs in all areas of society. Featuring practical solutions and important issues facing consumers and professionals alike, Innovations focuses on cutting-edge advancements in everything from health and wellness to global business, renewable energy, and more. DMG Productions (responsible for creating the Innovations show) includes personnel specialized in various fields from agriculture to medicine, independent films to regional news and more. Our field producers work closely with experts in the field to develop stories. This powerful force enables us to consistently produce commercial-free, educational programming that both viewers and networks depend on. For more information visit: http://www.InnovationsTelevision.com or contact Michael Devine at: (866) 496-4065 x 824 or via email at: Michael(at)innovationstelevision(dot)com.


HONG KONG, Feb. 16, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Hong Kong's Vitasoy Group ("Vitasoy") and Universal Robina Corporation ("URC") in the Philippines have established a joint venture that recognises the Philippines' potential and its long-term growth prospects as a market for high-quality, nutritious and sustainable food and beverage products. Vitasoy Group Chief Executive Officer Mr. Roberto Guidetti stated, "URC is a sizable company within a successful Group with strong leadership in the food and beverage industry. Vitasoy is excited about the partnership of two successful Asian family companies to bring high quality sustainable plant-based beverages to the Filipino community." URC's President and Chief Executive Officer Mr. Lance Y. Gokongwei said, "We see a perfect fit in this joint venture, as both URC and Vitasoy are companies that strive to promote both consumer well-being and sustainable nutrition. Vitasoy is an innovative company, a reliable employer and a responsible corporate citizen dedicated to providing food and beverage that are compatible with a healthy lifestyle to communities and to creating value for its shareholders." Mr. Guidetti added that the joint venture will explore the potential of plant-based sustainable beverages in the Philippines and approach the market with a spirit of learning. "Whilst confident that the long-term consumer trends are very favourable, we consider the Philippines a very developed, competitive and diversified market which will require diligent study and learning to ensure that the joint venture portfolio offering will best serve the needs and desires of the Filipino community," said Mr. Guidetti. Established in 1940 by Dr. Kwee-seong Lo, Vitasoy is a leading international manufacturer and distributor of a food and beverage portfolio focused on sustainable plant-based nutrition. Its products include soya and other types of plant milk, such as coconut milk and almond milk, as well as tofu under the VITASOY brand. It also offers a variety of teas, juices, distilled water and other beverages under the VITA brand. Made with non-GMO soya beans, Vitasoy's soya milk portfolio offers a variety of formulations such as those that have zero cholesterol, are lactose free, low in saturated fat and rich in good quality protein. Vitasoy currently has manufacturing operations in Hong Kong, Mainland China, Australia and Singapore, and sells to more than 40 markets globally. It has a market capitalisation exceeding US$2 billion as of January 31, 2017. Total revenue of the Vitasoy Group has a 5-year compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 11 percent having increased from HK$3.7 billion (US$478 million) in FY2011/12 to HK$5.6 billion (US$714 million) in FY2015/16. Over that period, revenue of Hong Kong Operation grew at a CAGR of 6 percent while other overseas operations grew at a CAGR of 14 percent in total. URC -- the company behind market leading brands Jack 'n Jill, Great Taste, and C2 -- is one of the Philippines' largest branded consumer food and beverage companies, with a market capitalization of almost US$9 billion and a growing presence in the ASEAN and Oceania markets. The company has a wide range of food-related businesses, including the production and distribution of branded consumer foods, sugar refining and flour milling, and agro-industrial operations, mainly in hogs farming and animal feed milling. URC is building on robust growth in sales in key markets to be a leading player in Asia. Combined sales of its branded products in the Philippines and abroad have a 5-year CAGR of 13 percent from P50.6 billion (US$1.2 billion) in FY2011 to P92.5 billion (US$2.0 billion) in FY2016. Over that same period, CAGR for International and Domestic Branded Foods are 10 percent and 14 percent respectively. Vitasoy Group is a leading manufacturer and distributor of plant-based food and beverages headquartered in Hong Kong. Since its establishment in 1940 by Dr. Kwee-seong Lo, the Company has been promoting sustainable nutrition through provision of a variety of high-quality products with Nutrition, Taste and Sustainability as the guidelines for its portfolio offerings. The Vitasoy Group integrates social responsibility into its business and contributes to the communities that the Group serves. Currently, the Group has manufacturing operations in Hong Kong, Mainland China, Australia and Singapore, and its products are available in approximately more than 40 markets worldwide. Vitasoy International Holdings Limited is listed on the main board of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange (00345). Universal Robina Corporation (URC), the first "Philippine-based Pan ASEAN Multinational", is the largest listed food company in the Philippines and has established a strong presence in the ASEAN markets. Recently, the company has further expanded its reach to New Zealand and Australia through the acquisition of Griffin's Foods, the number one snack foods company in New Zealand and Snack Brands Australia, the second largest salty snacks player in Australia. URC is among the Philippines' pioneers in the industry, having been in operations since 1954 when Mr. John L. Gokongwei, Jr. established Universal Corn Products, a corn starch manufacturing plant. URC is engaged in a wide variety of businesses. Its core branded consumer foods group includes manufacturing and distribution of snack foods, beverages and grocery products. In the Philippines, the company is also into food ingredients (flour milling, sugar milling and refining) and allied agro-industrial products (hog farming, animal feed milling, glucose, soy products and veterinary compounds). URC has also invested in ancillary segments mainly focusing on renewable energy to further add value and process by-products to produce biogas, fuel grade bio-ethanol and power (biomass cogeneration).


News Article | March 15, 2016
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Quintus Technologies reports that it will supply two additional hot isostatic presses (HIPs) to China’s Anhui Yingliu Group. This comes less than three months after Anhui Yingliu inaugurated what is said to be world's largest 2000-bar HIP, also made by Quintus. Quintus says that its HIPs can achieve 100% of maximum theoretical density and improve the ductility and fatigue resistance of critical, high-performance materials. The presses on order will be equipped with Quintus’ uniform rapid cooling (URC) technology for simultaneous heat treatment. The two new presses, models QIH 173 L and QIH 48, feature work zones of 800 mm (32 inches) by 2500 mm (98 inches) and 375 mm (15 inches) by 1200 mm (47 inches) respectively. Adding the smaller scale presses could boost total foundry capacity while extending capabilities in material and process development, Quintus says. Anhui Yingliu also signed a Service Level agreement with Quintus Technologies. The presses will be installed at the company’s foundry in Huoshan County, Anhui province, China. ‘There is no question that Anhui Yingliu is leading the way and setting the stage for the future growth for hot isostatic pressing and advanced material processing, not only in China but throughout Asia,’ said Peter Henning, business unit director, advanced material densification, at Quintus. This story uses material from Quintus, with editorial changes made by Materials Today. The views expressed in this article do not necessarily represent those of Elsevier.

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