Rabu, 07 November 2012

Uranium import..???!! ...>>....Largest sandstone-type uranium deposit discovered in northern China..>>>>...China has found a large uranium ore deposit in the Inner Mongolia autonomous region, energy experts are saying the discovery won't lead to the country's importing less of the radioactive material. ....>>.Discovery of deposit aids national supply amid nuclear power drive.......>>>.The discovery gives evidence of the country's efforts to encourage the practice of exploring for coal and uranium simultaneously as a way to save costs, it said. A team consisting of 500 technicians and builders from nuclear power companies and related government departments was sent to conduct the 10-month exploration after the site was tested during the drilling to detect radioactivity. According to a 2012 white paper on the country's energy policy, which was released in October, the country is expected to have 40 million kilowatts of installed nuclear capacity by 2015, leading it to consume at least 7,500 tons a year of natural uranium. China now produces about 1,000 tons of uranium a year, said Kevin Jianjun Tu, a senior associate at the Washington-based Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, where he directs Carnegie's work on China's energy and climate policies, in a previous report. The World Nuclear Association estimates China will be using 20,000 tons of uranium a year by 2020, about a third of the global output in 2009. ...??!!>>.....A 500-strong team consisting of technicians and engineers from nuclear power companies and related government departments has been deployed in for a ten-month exploration after the site was tested for radioactivity during drilling. In 2008, China discovered its first 10,000-tonne level leaching sandstone-type uranium deposit in the Yili basin in the northwestern Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region....>>...

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IN FACT 90% 0F OUR PEOPLES LIVE IN THE POOR AND MOSTLY IN HALTER SHELTERS..??!! ...

China's third-largest hydro-power station starts operation

(Xinhua)

08:09, November 06, 2012

A technician monitors the situation of the No.7 generator unit at the Xiangjiaba hydropower station located in the southwestern Yunnan and Sichuan provinces on Oct 26, 2012. (Xinhua Photo)

KUNMING- 
 http://english.people.com.cn/90778/8005751.html
China's third-largest hydropower station became operational Monday with the world's largest power generating unit officially starting work.

The No.7 generator with a capacity of 800,000 kw, at the Xiangjiaba hydropower station, started working at 4:30 p.m. after a three-day test run, its operator China Three Gorges Corporation said.

The other of the first batch of generators to be put into use, the No.8 unit, is still being tested.

The station, designed with eight 800,000-kw generators, has a total generating capacity only after the Three Gorges and Xiluodu hydropower stations.
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Largest sandstone-type uranium deposit discovered in northern China


18:46, 5 November, 2012
http://armenpress.am/eng/news/698460/largest-sandstone-type-uranium-deposit-discovered-in-northern-china.html

YEREVAN, NOVEMBER 5, ARMENPRESS: A large leaching sandstone-type uranium deposit has been discovered in northern China, Armenpress reports referring to Ministry of Land and Resources.

The mine, which appears to be the country's largest leaching sandstone-type uranium deposit identified to date, was found in the Daying region of central Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, the Ministry said.

The discovery of one of the world's largest uranium deposits has great potential for boosting domestic uranium supplies and ensuring energy sources for developing nuclear power, the ministry said, without elaborating on the mine's size.

The site was discovered along with a "super-sized" coal mine, coals deposits in which are estimated at 51 billion tones. The discovery underlines the country's efforts to promote combined exploration of coal and uranium in a bid to save investment, it said.

A 500-strong team consisting of technicians and engineers from nuclear power companies and related government departments has been deployed in for a ten-month exploration after the site was tested for radioactivity during drilling.

In 2008, China discovered its first 10,000-tonne level leaching sandstone-type uranium deposit in the Yili basin in the northwestern Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region.

Uranium imports to stay on track

Updated: 2012-11-06 08:00
By Wang Qian in Beijing and Du Juan in Tianjin ( China Daily)
http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/cndy/2012-11/06/content_15877822.htm
Discovery of deposit aids national supply amid nuclear power drive

Despite Sunday's announcement that China has found a large uranium ore deposit in the Inner Mongolia autonomous region, energy experts are saying the discovery won't lead to the country's importing less of the radioactive material. 

That's especially true, they said, as the country works to resume previously stalled nuclear energy projects.
"In the coming years, China's demand for the radioactive ore will surge with the booming development of nuclear power," said Lin Zong, a researcher at the Development and Research Center of the China Geological Survey. 

"The deposit won't reduce the country's imports of uranium."
He said uranium is a substance of strategic importance to China. The more of it the country has, the better, he added. 

The Ministry of Land and Resources said on Sunday that a large leaching sandstone-type uranium deposit had been discovered in Inner Mongolia. 

The deposit, the largest found so far in China to contain that type of uranium, is in the Daying areas of central Inner Mongolia, the ministry said. 

The discovery will help increase the country's supply of uranium and ensure energy sources for nuclear power exist, the ministry said, without elaborating. 

The site was discovered along with a "super-size" coal deposit estimated to contain 51 billion tons of coal, the ministry said. 

The discovery gives evidence of the country's efforts to encourage the practice of exploring for coal and uranium simultaneously as a way to save costs, it said. 

A team consisting of 500 technicians and builders from nuclear power companies and related government departments was sent to conduct the 10-month exploration after the site was tested during the drilling to detect radioactivity. 

According to a 2012 white paper on the country's energy policy, which was released in October, the country is expected to have 40 million kilowatts of installed nuclear capacity by 2015, leading it to consume at least 7,500 tons a year of natural uranium. 

China now produces about 1,000 tons of uranium a year, said Kevin Jianjun Tu, a senior associate at the Washington-based Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, where he directs Carnegie's work on China's energy and climate policies, in a previous report. 

The World Nuclear Association estimates China will be using 20,000 tons of uranium a year by 2020, about a third of the global output in 2009. 

The newly discovered uranium deposit comes as a sign that China can increase its domestic uranium supplies and secure the fuel needed to develop its nuclear programs, according to the Ministry of Land and Resources. 

Yan Weidong, deputy director of the management and development division of the Ministry of Land and Resources' information center, said plans haven't been made to recover resources from the deposit, but the discovery will definitely influence the price of uranium and decrease the country's dependence on imports.
In general, the price of uranium fluctuates from tens of dollars per half a kilogram to $130 per half kilogram.
China imported 16,126 tons of uranium in 2011, 6 percent fewer than the 17,135 tons it imported in 2010, according to data from the General Administration of Customs. 

The country buys 95 percent of its uranium from Kazakhstan, Namibia, Australia and Uzbekistan.
Besides purchasing foreign uranium, China's nuclear companies have been seeking opportunities to mine uranium abroad. 

In March, China Guangdong Nuclear Power Group and the China-Africa Development Fund agreed to buy the Australian mining company Extract Resources Ltd for $2.3 billion in order to gain access to the world's fourth-largest deposits of uranium, which are in Namibia.
Xinhua contributed to this story. 

Contact the writers at wangqian@chinadaily.com.cn and dujuan@chinadaily.com.cn
Uranium imports to stay on track

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