BETHESDA, Md. – Centrus Energy Corp. announced that it has secured new nuclear fuel sales contracts and commitments with an estimated value of approximately $320 million in the last 12 months -- including approximately $270 million year-to-date.
“The past several months have been productive for our sales team in winning new business and broadening our customer base,” said Centrus President and CEO Daniel B. Poneman. “We are encouraged not only by these new sales, but also by the fact that the published price indicators for the spot enrichment market have risen in each of the last two months, which are the first such increases since 2010.”
Centrus has signed several new sales contracts in the last three months to supply its utility customers with low-enriched uranium fuel. The total value of the contracts is an estimated $70 million, with deliveries through 2025.