TVEL

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TVEL (Russian: ТВЭЛ, tr. tvel) is also a Russian abbreviation of the "heat-releasing element", fuel rod.
TVEL
Open joint stock company
Industry Nuclear industry
Founded 1996
Headquarters Moscow
Key people
Sergei Sobyanin (Chairman of the Board), Anton Badenkov (Acting President)
Products Nuclear fuel
Revenue $2.77 billion[1] (2016)
$797 million[1] (2016)
$642 million[1] (2016)
Total assets $5.58 billion[1] (2016)
Total equity $4.37 billion[1] (2016)
Parent Atomenergoprom (Rosatom)
Website www.tvel.ru
TVEL Building in Moscow

TVEL is a Russian nuclear fuel cycle company headquartered in Moscow. It works mainly in uranium mining and the production of nuclear fuel. TVEL belongs to the Atomenergoprom holding company (part of Rosatom).

TVEL supplies fuel to the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Hungary, Ukraine, Armenia, Lithuania, Finland, China and India. In the world, 73 power reactors (17% of the world market by number) and 30 research reactors are currently running with TVEL made fuel.[citation needed]

The chairman of the board of directors is Alexander Lokshin. The acting president is Yuri Olenin.

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Nuclear fuel production[2]
Separation-sublimation assets[3]
Research institutes and design bureaus[4]

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