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British firms wins Russian decommissioning contract

A joint venture between British Nuclear Group and Fluor has won a contract with the Russian Foundation for Environmental Safety of Power Engineering to assist with the decommissioning of Russia's nuclear powered navel fleet.
The contract will see BNG's specialist decommissioning business, Project Services and the UK arm of Flour working with Russian government organisation, Rosatom, to develop a new framework for tackling the massive radiological challenges in the northwest region of Russia. The team hopes the contract will to provide a crucial strategic foothold in the clean-up of Russia's nuclear legacy, an emerging market that is expected to be worth billions over the next decades.Related links:Today's top stories

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