«Siberian Chemical Plant» Joint-Stock Company

The SCP is affiliated to the TVEL Fuel Company of ROSATOM

About Company

«SCP» JSC is an enterprise within the ROSATOM State Atomic Energy Corporation. It is situated in the south-west of the Siberian Region of the Russian Federation, in the Tomsk area, near by the city of Seversk, on the right side of the Tom River. The Siberian Chemical Plant is located at about 10-12 km from the city of Tomsk.

The SCP is a city-forming enterprise for the closed administrative territory called Seversk (abbreviated in Russian as ZATO Seversk).

The Siberian Chemical Plant («SCP» JSC, Seversk) comprises four plants for processing fissile materials. One of the SCP’s core activities is to satisfy the needs of nuclear power plants in uranium for nuclear fuel.

The SCP is affiliated to the TVEL Fuel Company of ROSATOM

The SCP specializes in the production of uranium hexafluoride and the enrichment of natural and reprocessed uranium used for the fabrication of fuel for nuclear power plants, and the refining of natural and reprocessed uranium from chemical and radioactive impurities.

The company’s core activities include:

  • Production of uranium hexafluoride for enrichment;
  • Production of enriched uranium hexafluoride;
  • Construction of the Pilot Demonstration Power Complex (PDPC) under the “Proryv” (Breakthrough) project;
  • Decommissioning and maintaining in safe condition nuclear and radiation hazardous facilities (nuclear legacy);
  • Creation of experimental fuel rods and fuel assemblies with U-Pu fuel for fast neutron reactors and thermal neutron reactors;
  • Manufacture of general-industry products.

  • At present, “SCP” JSC accommodates conversion capacities that provide 100% of the industry's demand for feed UF6.

    Current nonnuclear projects

    Production of stable isotopes of high purity with varying degrees of enrichment: Si, S, Cl, Cr, Zn, Ge, Se, Kr, Mo, Sn, Te, Xe, W, and Pb isotopes;

    Establishment of an electrolyte production for primary current sources based on the manufacture of lithium tetrafluoroborate (LiBF4) including the mnufacture of LiBF4 components: lithium fluoride and boron trifluoride

    Establishment of an electrolyte production for lithium-ion batteries based on lithium hexafluorophosphate (LiPF6) including the production of LiPF6 salt

    Production of a wide range of inorganic fluorides, including S, W, Se, Te, Ge, Cr, and Mo fluorides

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