The Company continued supply of the new product, uranium hexafluoride (UF6), to Brazil-based Indústrias Nucleares do Brasil (INB)


After the government issued a state of emergency in the Republic of Kazakhstan, striving to ensure workplace safety and prevent the spread of the coronavirus infection, NAC Kazatomprom JSC took a number of several measures to protect its workers’ wellbeing. The Company suspended mine preparation works and repair and renewal operations for three months to minimise the presence of employees at workplaces at any one time


Samruk-Kazyna JSC completed a secondary offer of additional shares and global depositary receipts (GDRs) on the London Stock Exchange and AIX.

This resulted in a 25% free float percentage of the Company’s shares


Kazatomprom held a «Digitalisation and People» online event under its Digital Transformation Programme. The event brought together representatives of Samruk-Kazyna JSC and its portfolio companies, managers and employees of the Corporate Centre, subsidiaries, and affiliates of Kazatomprom


The Company completed a deal to sell 50% minus one share in the Uranium Enrichment Centre to its partner in this joint venture, TVEL JSC. The Group reserves one share in the Centre, which entitles the Company to access uranium enrichment services as previously agreed with TVEL. Actual cash consideration of Euro 90 million (KZT 43,858 million equivalent) was received


Annual General Meeting of Shareholders held. The shareholders approved a new dividend policy and the company paid dividends of KZT 99 billion based on the 2019 performance, equating to KZT 381.72 per ordinary share (one GDR equals one ordinary share)


The Company made the first delivery of Kazakh natural uranium to Argentina under an agreement with Dioxitek


The Company attracted two new US-based customers

Ulba-FA LLP signed a long-term contract for the fuel assembly supply with CGN-Uranium Resources Co., Ltd

Commissioning of the fuel assembly plant Ulba- FA LLP was completed»