IAEA briefing, meeting to offer insights into nuclear fuel cycle
Participants in an IAEA-organized meeting next week will analyse uranium supply-demand scenarios and discuss new developments in uranium geology, exploration, mining and processing, as well as environmental requirements.
All sessions of the 23-27 June International Symposium on Uranium Raw Material for the Nuclear Fuel Cycle: Exploration, Mining, Production, Supply and Demand, Economics and Environmental Issues are open to journalists.
In addition, IAEA experts are offering a media briefing to highlight the various stages of the nuclear fuel cycle and the IAEA's work in the field. The informal, on-the-record discussion will be hosted by Gary Dyck, head of the IAEA Nuclear Fuel Cycle and Materials Section.
The media briefing is set to start at 14:00 on Monday, 23 June 2014 in room M3 of the Vienna International Centre's M-Building.
The Symposium's Opening Session is scheduled to be held from 10:00 to 13:00 on Monday, 23 June in Boardroom B in the Vienna International Centre’s M-Building. The location and timing of other sessions are available in the programme, available on the meeting website.
All journalists are requested to inform the IAEA Press Office of their plans to attend. Journalists with permanent credentials to the VIC need no additional credentials. Others should contact Ms. Elizabeth Dobie-Sarsam for accreditation. Please email [email protected]; tel:[+43-1] 2600-21273. We encourage those journalists who do not yet have permanent accreditation, to request it at UNIS Vienna.