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Analyzing Nuclear Power in China

  • ID: 1213068
  • February 2013
  • Region: China
  • 315 Pages
  • Aruvian's R'search

FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Areva DongFang
  • CGNPC Uranium Resource Co
  • China Baotau Nuclear Fuel
  • China Huaneng Group
  • China North Nuclear Fuel
  • China Uranium Development
  • MORE

Following the Fukushima accident in March 2011, the Chinese State Council, announced on March 16 that it would suspend approvals for new nuclear power stations and conduct comprehensive safety checks of all nuclear projects, including those under construction. About 34 reactors were already approved by the central government of which 26 were being built. The Shidaowan HTR, though ready for first concrete, was also deferred.

The report - Analyzing Nuclear Power in China - by Aruvian's R'search, explores the importance of nuclear power in today’s world, with Section One being dedicated to Understanding the Basics of Nuclear Power. The report looks at the basics of the nuclear industry that is, how a plant works, analyzing and understanding the fuel cycle, the various components which are involved in the working of a nuclear power plant, and much more. Economics, issues and barriers, and other such factors are also explored in-depth in this report.

This offering includes a complete analysis of the Chinese Nuclear Power Industry, including an industry profile, industry developments, Uranium fuel cycle developments, US-China cooperation in the nuclear industry, and lots more information is included in this research report. This research offering is a comprehensive A to Z guide on the Chinese nuclear power industry.

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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Areva DongFang
  • CGNPC Uranium Resource Co
  • China Baotau Nuclear Fuel
  • China Huaneng Group
  • China North Nuclear Fuel
  • China Uranium Development
  • MORE

A. Executive Summary

Section 1: Understanding Nuclear Power

B. Basics of the Nuclear Industry
B.1 History of Nuclear Power
B.2 Types of Nuclear Reactors
B.2.1 Fission Reactor
B.2.2 Radioisotope Thermoelectric Generator
B.3 New & Upcoming Nuclear Technologies
B.4 Components & Parts of a Nuclear Power Plant
B.5 Analyzing the Fuel Cycle
B.6 Managing the Radioactive Waste

C. Profiling the Global Nuclear Power Industry
C.1 Industry Overview
C.2 Uranium Market
C.3 Market Features
C.4 Price Trends
C.5 Managing the Risk in Nuclear Power
C.6 Industry Trends
C.7 Economic Trends
C.8 Nuclear Hedging
C.9 Future Outlook

D. Global Climate Change & Nuclear Power

E. Challenges & Barriers to Nuclear Power
E.1 Air Pollution
E.2 Financial Challenges
E.3 Nuclear Safety
E.4 Nuclear Proliferation
E.5 Leadership Challenges
E.6 Regulatory Barriers
E.7 Water Pollution
E.8 Other Challenges

F. Fukushima Nuclear Accident of 2011
F.1 Overview
F.2 History of Earthquakes in Japan, the Nuclear Site and Tsunamis
F.3 History of the Fukushima Daiichi Reactors
F.4 Fukushima Daiichi Reactors 1-3 & 4
F.4.1 Summary of the Incident
F.5 Fukushima Daiichi Reactors 5 & 6
F.6 Impact of the Earthquake on the Fukushima Daini Plant
F.7 Impact on the Global Economy
F.8 Radioactivity Concerns from Fukushima Accident
F.8.1 Introduction
F.8.2 Contamination of Basements, Wiring Trenches, and Pipe Tunnels
F.8.3 Release of Radioactivity into the Air
F.8.4 Water Contamination
F.8.5 Exposure to Radiation and Issues Arising from it
F.8.6 Radiation Impact on Other Countries
F.9 Assessing the Accident on an International Level
F.10 Rating of the Accident
F.11 International Community Responds to the Fukushima Disaster & Impact on Nuclear Power

G. Future of the Nuclear Power Industry

Section 2: Nuclear Power Industry in China

A. China’s Energy Landscape

B. Role of Nuclear Power in China
B.1 Industry Overview
B.2 Status of China’s Economy & Nuclear Power
B.3 Rising Energy Demand in China
B.4 Growth of the Nuclear Industry in China
B.5 R&D in the Industry
B.6 Fuel Cycle Policies and R&D Programs in China
B.7 Regulatory Framework
B.8 Nuclear Non-Proliferation in China

C. Reactor Technology in China
C.1 Areva EPR Reactors
C.2 BWR Reactors
C.3 Candu Reactors
C.4 CAP1400 Reactors
C.5 CNP-1000 Reactors
C.6 CPR-1000 Reactors
C.7 Fast Neutron Reactors
C.8 HTR Reactors
C.9 VVER Reactors
C.10 Westinghouse AP1000 Reactors
C.11 Generation III Reactor Technology

D. Operating Nuclear Plants in China
D.1 Daya Bay Nuclear Power Plant
D.2 Ling Ao Nuclear Power Plant
D.3 Qinshan Nuclear Power Plant
D.4 Tianwan Nuclear Power Plant

E. Nuclear Power Plants Planned/Under Construction
E.1 Changjiang Nuclear Power Plant
E.2 Dafan Nuclear Power Plant
E.3 Fangchenggang (Hongsha) Nuclear Power Plant
E.4 Fangjiashan Nuclear Power Plant
E.5 Fuqing Nuclear Power Plant
E.6 Haiyang Nuclear Power Plant
E.7 Hengyang Nuclear Power Plant
E.8 Hongshiding (Rushan) Nuclear Power Plant
E.9 Hongyanhe Nuclear Power Plant
E.10 Jingyu Nuclear Power Plant
E.11 Jiyang Nuclear Power Plant
E.12 Lingao Phase II Nuclear Power Plant
E.13 Lianyungang Nuclear Power Plant
E.14 Ningde Nuclear Power Plant
E.15 Pengze Nuclear Power Plant
E.16 Qinshan Phase II-3&4 Nuclear Power Plant
E.17 Sanba Nuclear Power Plant
E.18 Sanmen Nuclear Power Plant
E.20 Sanming Nuclear Power Plant
E.21 Shidaowan HTR-PM Nuclear Power Plant
E.22 Shidaowan (PWRs) Nuclear Power Plant
E.23 Taishan Nuclear Power Plant
E.24 Taohuajiang Nuclear Power Plant
E.25 Tianwan Phases II & III Nuclear Power Plant
E.26 Wuhu Nuclear Power Plant
E.27 Xiaomoshan Nuclear Power Plant
E.28 Xiangtan Nuclear Power Plant
E.29 Yangjiang Nuclear Power Plant
E.30 Yianjiashan/Wanan Nuclear Power Plant
E.31 Zhexi /Longyou Nuclear Power Plant

F. Analyzing the Nuclear Fuel Cycle in China
F.1 Overview
F.2 Uranium Resources & Uranium Mining Industry in China
F.3 Enrichment of Uranium in China
F.4 Fuel Fabrication
F.5 Recycling and Reprocessing of Fuel
F.6 Radioactive Waste Management

G. Challenges Facing the Development of the Nuclear Power Industry in China
G.1 Lack of Professional Workforce
G.2 Low Public Acceptance
G.3 Problems in Supply Chain
G.4 Ensuring Quality & Safety
G.5 Regulatory Issues

H. Organization of China’s Commercial and Government Nuclear Program

I. Structure & Ownership of the Nuclear Power Industry in China
I.1 Areva DongFang
I.2 Beijing Institute of Nuclear Engineering
I.3 CGNPC Uranium Resource Co
I.4 China (Nuclear International) Uranium Corporation
I.5 China Atomic Energy Authority
I.6 China Baotau Nuclear Fuel
I.7 China First Heavy Industries
I.8 China Guangdong Nuclear Power Group
I.9 China Huaneng Group
I.10 China Institute for Radiation Protection
I.11 China Institute of Atomic Energy
I.12 China Jianzhong Nuclear Fuel
I.13 China National Nuclear Corporation
I.14 China North Nuclear Fuel
I.15 China Nuclear Energy Association
I.16 China Nuclear Energy Industry Corporation
I.17 China Nuclear Engineering-Construction
I.18 China Nuclear Power Engineering Group; China Nuclear Power Design
I.19 China Power Engineering Consulting Group Corporation
I.20 China Power Investment Corporation
I.21 China Resources Power Holdings
I.22 China Uranium Development
I.23 Chinergy
I.24 Chinese Nuclear Society
I.25 CNNC Overseas Uranium Holding
I.26 Dongfang (Guangzhou) Heavy Machinery
I.27 Dongfang Boiler Group
I.28 Dongfang Electric Corporation
I.29 East China Electric Power Designing Institute
I.30 Harbin Power Equipment
I.31 Huadian International Power Corporation Ltd
I.32 Huaneng International Power Development Corporation
I.33 Ministry of Environmental Protection
I.34 Ministry of Science & Technology
I.35 National Development and Reform Commission
I.36 National Energy Commission, National Energy Administration
I.37 National Nuclear Safety Administration
I.38 Nuclear Power Institute of China
I.39 Shandong Electric Power Construction
I.40 Shandong Nuclear Power Equipment Manufacturing
I.41 Shanghai Electric Heavy Industries Group
I.42 Shanghai Nuclear Energy Research & Design Institute
I.43 Shenzhen Shandong Nuclear Power Construction
I.44 Sinosteel
I.45 SNERDI Engineering Consulting and Supervision Management
I.46 State Development and Investment Corporation
I.47 State Nuclear Electric Power Planning Design & Research Institute
I.48 State Nuclear Power Engineering Corporation
I.49 State Nuclear Power Technology Corporation
I.50 State-owned Assets Supervision & Administration Commission

J. U.S.-China Cooperative Initiatives on Nuclear Power
J.1 Bilateral Cooperation
J.2 International Cooperation

K. Future Perspective for China’s Nuclear Power Industry

Section 3: Conclusion

A. Appendix
A.1 Case Studies of Nuclear Accidents
A.1.1 The Chernobyl Accident
A.1.2 Three Mile Island
A.1.3 Tokaimura Accident
A.2 Nuclear Trade & Industry Organizations
A.3 Regulation & Regulators for the Nuclear Industry
A.4 Worldwide Nuclear Research Centers
A.5 Major Nuclear Power Plants around the World
A.6 Non Proliferation & Safeguards Organizations
A.7 Figures & Tables

B. Glossary of Terms

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Areva DongFang
Beijing Institute of Nuclear Engineering
CGNPC Uranium Resource Co
China (Nuclear International) Uranium Corporation
China Atomic Energy Authority
China Baotau Nuclear Fuel
China First Heavy Industries
China Guangdong Nuclear Power Group
China Huaneng Group
China Institute for Radiation Protection
China Institute of Atomic Energy
China Jianzhong Nuclear Fuel
China National Nuclear Corporation
China North Nuclear Fuel
China Nuclear Energy Association
China Nuclear Energy Industry Corporation
China Nuclear Engineering-Construction
China Nuclear Power Engineering Group; China Nuclear Power Design
China Power Engineering Consulting Group Corporation
China Power Investment Corporation
China Resources Power Holdings
China Uranium Development
Chinergy
Chinese Nuclear Society
CNNC Overseas Uranium Holding
Dongfang (Guangzhou) Heavy Machinery
Dongfang Boiler Group
Dongfang Electric Corporation
East China Electric Power Designing Institute
Harbin Power Equipment
Huadian International Power Corporation Ltd
Huaneng International Power Development Corporation
Ministry of Environmental Protection
Ministry of Science & Technology
National Development and Reform Commission
National Energy Commission, National Energy Administration
National Nuclear Safety Administration
Nuclear Power Institute of China
Shandong Electric Power Construction
Shandong Nuclear Power Equipment Manufacturing
Shanghai Electric Heavy Industries Group
Shanghai Nuclear Energy Research & Design Institute
Shenzhen Shandong Nuclear Power Construction
Sinosteel
SNERDI Engineering Consulting and Supervision Management
State Development and Investment Corporation
State Nuclear Electric Power Planning Design & Research Institute
State Nuclear Power Engineering Corporation
State Nuclear Power Technology Corporation
State-owned Assets Supervision & Administration Commission

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