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atom2Energy Resources International, Inc. (ERI) is an international energy consulting firm located in Washington, D.C.  ERI specializes in performing independent resource, technology and market analyses; energy policy-related analysis; and economic consulting, and strategic planning and procurement consulting associated with the nuclear fuel cycle.  ERI was established in January 1989 to provide independent consulting services to electric utility companies, private industry, institutions, and government agencies, in the United States and worldwide.

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ERI Releases the 2016 Nuclear Fuel Cycle Supply and Price Report

June 27, 2016

Energy Resources International, Inc. (ERI) is pleased to inform you that the 2016 Nuclear Fuel Cycle Supply and Price Report (2016 Report) is now available.  The 2016 Report will provide comprehensive and in-depth analyses of all elements of the nuclear fuel markets through 2035 using ERI’s proprietary Integrated Market Model (IMM).  The IMM projects worldwide forecasts for nuclear power and integrates these nuclear power forecasts and associated nuclear fuel demand with nuclear fuel supply forecasts.  The 2016 Report will (i) examine the key nuclear fuel requirements and supply issues likely to affect the uranium, conversion, enrichment and fuel fabrication markets as well as spent fuel management, and (ii) project future long-term market prices and market shares. 

To download the complete release, click NFR2016_Release_Notice.pdf

FCIX 2015

June 10, 2015:  FCIX 2015

Eileen Supko, a Principal at Energy Resources International, Inc., provided the key-note address for  the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission’s 2015 Fuel Cycle Information Exchange (FCIX 2015), The U.S. Nuclear Fuel Cycle:  Looking Forward to 2020.  (http://pbadupws.nrc.gov/docs/ML1515/ML15155B611.pdf). She discussed challenges and regulatory issues facing U.S. fuel cycle facilities today and looking forward to 2020.