The enrichment market is continually evolving as utilities are developing competitive procurement arrangements
and enrichers seek to break into new markets while retaining their current customer base. The market has also
changed dramatically since the Fukushima accident. In this environment, UxC's quarterly Enrichment Market
Outlook reports are invaluable for identifying those forces influencing the market through its analysis of
contracting, supply, demand and price trends.
The enrichment market is not static, and UxC’s EMO report is updated quarterly to provide
clients with the most up-to-date information and analyses to keep them on top of the market.
In addition to providing the most current price projections, these quarterly updates
provide a review of recent market activity and a heads-up on prospective activity,
and a topical essay that covers a subject of importance to today’s market in depth.
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Each quarter, UxC releases a new Enrichment Market Outlook (UMO) that contains detailed up-to-date analysis on the enrichment market.
UxC makes available any individual report for sale as a stand alone report.
In each EMO, topical essays are devoted to topics such as current market developments, major market events, and long-term market trends.
This issue’s essay, “2014: A Year of Reckoning for Enrichers,” examines a number of factors that likely will make 2014 a watershed year for enrichment. For one, the long-term SWU price fell to its lowest level historically in real terms, and, except for a couple of low-price years in 1990 and 1991, the spot price would be in the same boat. Because of the depressed market, enrichers encountered financial problems, notably AREA and USEC (now Centrus Energy), and a number of production cutbacks and delays resulted. The biggest development related to the future of Russia, as the West imposed sanctions and Russia’s international relations and economy suffered. China re-entered the market, but this likely had more to do with delays in its nuclear build program. As a result of all of these development, the future of enrichment supply has reached a new level of uncertainty with which utilities will have to contend.
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It does not include services associated with a full year's subscription as discussed below: such as three additional quarterly reports,
the monthly leading price indicator updates, and access to UxC's Subscriber Services website.
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