Public annual report 2010
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Annual report Appendices Appendix 2 Indicator chart of ROSATOM public reporting

Appendix 2 Indicator chart of ROSATOM public reporting

Indicator chart of ROSATOM public reporting

Indicator Measure Report section/chapter
MAIN ACTIVITY PERFORMANCE 
Electricity generation for the country’s economy 
1.1.1. Nuclear electricity generation 1.1.1.1. Share of electricity produced by nuclear power plants in the total power output in Russia Nuclear Power Complex
1.1.1.2. Nuclear electricity generation in the reporting year Nuclear Power Complex
1.1.2. NPP capacity utilization 1.1.2.1. Capacity factor of NPPs Nuclear Power Complex
1.2.1. Uprating of power units 1.2.1.1. Target increment of equivalent power Nuclear Power Complex
1.2.1.3. Number of upgraded VVER-1000s (for the reporting period and total) Nuclear Power Complex
1.2.1.4. Number of upgraded RBMKs (for the reporting period and total) Nuclear Power Complex
1.2.2. Reactor service lives 1.2.2.1. Number of units which service live extended up to 15 years in the reporting year Nuclear Power Complex
1.2.2.2. Number of units for which documentation on life extension, upgrading and retrofitting was developed Nuclear Power Complex
1.2.3. Operation of reactors 1.2.3.5. Total reduction in scheduled outage time, considering rescheduling of their beginning, including: — by means of shortening of repair time — by means of rescheduling without changes in total duration Nuclear Power Complex
1.2.3.7. Availability factor Nuclear Power Complex
1.3.1. Construction and commissioning of new reactors in Russia 1.3.1.1. Number of reactors under construction in Russia Nuclear Power Complex
Achieving leadership for Russian companies in world markets 
2.1.1. Financial performance 2.1.1.1. Gross profit Financial and economic results
2.1.1.2. Total deduction for profit tax accrued Financial and economic results
2.1.1.3. Net operational profit after taxes (NOPAT) Financial and economic results
2.1.1.4. Profits (total sales of products (works, services)) Financial and economic results
2.1.2. Efficiency 2.1.2.1. Labor efficiency Financial and economic results
2.1.2.2. Internal performance (added value) Financial and economic results
2.1.3. Financial stability 2.1.3.1. Debt-to-equity ratio Financial and economic results
2.1.3.2. Substantial subsidies from the state Financial and economic results
2.1.3.3. State subsidies-to-own revenues from sales of products (works, services) Financial and economic results
2.2.1. Russian engineering in the world market of NPP construction 2.2.1.1. Number of reactors being built abroad (in reporting period) Nuclear Power Complex
2.2.3. Feed 2.2.3.1. Share in the feed market in natural uranium equivalent Nuclear Power Complex
2.2.3.2. World’s recoverable uranium resources (Russia, ARMZ, Russia’s share) Nuclear Power Complex
2.2.3.3. Controlled uranium production Nuclear Power Complex
2.2.3.4. Controlled uranium feed with competitive mining cost Nuclear Power Complex
2.2.3.5. Uranium mining output (inclusive new deposits) Nuclear Power Complex
2.2.4. Sales in conversion and enrichment markets 2.2.4.1. Share of conversion and enrichment market Nuclear Power Complex
2.2.5. Sales in fuel assembly, nuclear fuel components, fabrication technologies and equipment markets 2.2.5.1. Supplies of NF components and Fas to NPPs of Russian design Nuclear Power Complex
2.2.5.2. Supplies of NF components and Fas to NPPs of foreign design Nuclear Power Complex
2.2.5.3. Share of NF and FA market Nuclear Power Complex
2.2.6. Long-term contracts with buyers (buyer orders portfolio) 2.2.6.1. Cumulative cost of long-term contracts with buyers (buyer orders portfolio) Nuclear Power Complex
2.2.7. Long-term contracts with suppliers and contractors (suppliers and contractors orders portfolio) 2.2.7.1. Cumulative cost of long-term contracts with suppliers and contractors (supplier and contractor orders portfolio) Nuclear Power Complex
2.3.1. Capital investments in the reporting period 2.3.1.1. Resources allocated for the investment policy goals (with a share of resources for renovation of production and technology) Development of the governance system
2.3.1.3. Investments in uranium exploration Nuclear Power Complex
2.4.1. International legal infrastructure for promotion of Russian companies in the world nuclear technology and services markets 2.4.1.1. Number of concluded intergovernmental and interagency cooperation agreements on the peaceful uses of atomic energy International cooperation
2.4.1.2. Number of countries where the legal basis for cooperation is available International cooperation
2.4.2. Strategic alliances, international cooperation development 2.4.2.1. List and description of the Corporation and its organizations’ alliances with foreign partners (in engineering, NFC, machine engineering) International cooperation Nuclear Power Complex
2.4.3. Strengthening of nuclear nonproliferation regime 2.4.3.1. Large-scale international projects and initiatives of the Russian Federation International cooperation
2.4.3.2. Fulfillment of international obligations and national legislation in the field of export control by ROSATOM and its organizations International cooperation
Maintaining the nuclear arsenal at a level ensuring the nuclear deterrence policy 
3.1.1. Fulfillment of GDO 3.1.1.1. GDO fulfillment in percent Nuclear Weapons Complex
Nuclear and radiation safety 
4.1.1. Implementation of projects to develop national systems of RW and SNF management 4.1.1.1. Adoption of laws providing for development of URWMS and USNFMS Nuclear and Radiation Safety Complex
4.1.4. Emergency response and emergency preparedness 4.1.4.1. Reliability characteristics of NRHF facilities and their life-cycle planning Nuclear and Radiation Safety Complex
4.1.4.2. Description of the emergency response system, including improvement of safety control and monitoring systems at nuclear facilities; professional rescue teams system Nuclear and Radiation Safety Complex
4.1.4.3. Description of notification and communications systems Nuclear and Radiation Safety Complex
4.1.5. Physical protection of nuclear facilities 4.1.5.1. Description of current engineered systems for the personnel access control and monitoring Nuclear and Radiation Safety Complex
4.2.2. Violations in handling of nuclear and radiation-hazardous materials 4.2.2.1. Number of accountable events at nuclear facilities as per the International Nuclear Event Scale (INES) Nuclear and Radiation Safety Complex
4.3.1. Decommissioning 4.3.1.1. Number of shut down NRHFs Nuclear and Radiation Safety Complex
4.3.1.2. Number of NRHFs prepared for decommissioning Nuclear and Radiation Safety Complex
4.3.2. Disposal of NS, NPI and RTG 4.3.2.1. Number of disposed NS and ships with nuclear power installations (NPI) Nuclear and Radiation Safety Complex
4.3.2.2. Number of disposed RTG Nuclear and Radiation Safety Complex
4.4.1. Rehabilitation of contaminated territories 4.4.1.1. Area of rehabilitated contaminated territories Environmental safety
4.4.2. Changes in SNF accumulated volumes 4.4.2.1. Volume of accumulated SNF Nuclear and Radiation Safety Complex
4.4.3. Changes in RW accumulated volumes 4.4.3.1. Volume of accumulated RW Nuclear and Radiation Safety Complex
4.4.5. Reprocessing of accumulated RW 4.4.5.1. Disposed volume of accumulated RW (over the year, legacy) Nuclear and Radiation Safety Complex
4.4.5.2. Fraction of RW disposal of a total RW accumulation in Russia Nuclear and Radiation Safety Complex
Development of innovative nuclear technologies and broadening of their use in different industries 
5.1.1. Inventive activity in the field of atomic energy 5.1.1.1. Number of patents, utility models and industrial designs Scientific and Technical Complex
5.1.2.3. Spending on R&D Scientific and Technical Complex
5.2.2. Participation in implementation of international innovative projects 5.2.2.1. Participation in implementation of international innovative projects (INPRO, ITER, Generation IV, FAIR) International cooperation
Scientific and Technical Complex
5.3.1. VVER-TOI 5.3.1.1. Description of the work done in the reporting year Scientific and Technical Complex
5.3.1.2. Execution of the work plan Scientific and Technical Complex
5.3.3. Floating NPP 5.3.3.1. Description of the work done in the reporting year Nuclear Power Complex
5.4.3. Fast neutron reactors 5.4.3.1. Description of the work done in the reporting year Scientific and Technical Complex
5.5.2. Radiation technologies 5.5.2.2. Description of plans for development of radiation technologies (plans, objectives, performance) Scientific and Technical Complex
5.5.3. High-technology equipment for nuclear medicine 5.5.3.1. Share of nuclear medicine services market Scientific and Technical Complex
5.5.4. Superconductors 5.5.4.1. Description of plans for development of superconductors Scientific and Technical Complex
5.6.1. Research in new applications of atomic nucleus energy 5.6.1.2. Description of research in the field of new applications of atomic nucleus energy Scientific and Technical Complex
Development of effective mechanisms for management of the nuclear industry 
6.1.2. Implementation of the project “ROSATOM Production System” 6.1.2.1. Results of implementation of the program for production activity efficiency (reduction of blank production shop area; shortening of production cycle; reduction a number of defects for certain component parts; reduction of prime production cost of some types of equipment; increase in output of some items in the product lists) Nuclear Power Complex
6.1.2.2. Economic effect of implementation of the production development and cost reduction programs at enterprises Nuclear Power Complex
6.1.3. Reorganization of financial and economic management 6.1.3.1. Assessment of the reorganization results (assessment of meeting the targets) Development of the governance system
6.1.5. Procurement management 6.1.5.1. Tools to improve openness and transparency of procurement activities Development of the governance system
6.1.5.2. Volume of funds saved as a result of open competitive procurement processes (in % and RUB) Development of the governance system
6.1.6. Development of internal communications 6.1.6.1. Projects aimed at developing communications channels between the management and employees Engagement of stakeholders
6.1.8. Risk management
 
Development of the governance system
6.1.9. Informatization of management 6.1.9.1. List of projects to implement information technologies Development of the governance system
6.1.11. Control over financial and economic activities
 
Development of the governance system
Ensuring public acceptance of nuclear power development 
7.1.1. Public reporting of the Corporation and its organizations 7.1.1.1. Fulfillment of international requirements in the area of non-financial reporting and engagement of stakeholders About This Report
7.1.1.2. Interaction with stakeholders in the course of drafting public reports Engagement of stakeholders in drafting the Report
7.1.1.3. Fulfillment of corporate requirements for public reporting About This Report
7.1.2. Information resources of the industry 7.1.2.1. Number of information centers Engagement of stakeholders
7.1.2.2. Public cultural activities (museums, popular science, career-guidance, other activities) Engagement of stakeholders
7.1.2.3. Industry-wide mass media Engagement of stakeholders
Execution of certain state authorities and functions of a body controlling the uses of atomic energy 
8.1.1. Distribution of budget funds received for implementation of federal target programs 8.1.1.1. Amount of budget funds received for implementation of federal target programs National atomic energy policy
8.1.1.2. Share of accomplished FTP measures over the reporting period National atomic energy policy
8.2.1. Regulatory and legal activities 8.2.1.1. Number of draft laws or other regulations submitted to the President of Russia and Government of Russia National atomic energy policy
8.3.1. Maintenance and control of state-owned property 8.3.1.1. Number of Russian Federation’s ownership certificates for immovable property National atomic energy policy
8.3.1.2. Share of facilities subject to formalization of Russian Federation’s ownership rights National atomic energy policy
8.3.3. Management of the state reserve of special feedstock and fissile materials 8.3.3.1. Degree of accomplishment of works to maintain, service and replenish the state reserve done in accordance with requirements for secrecy regime, state secret protection, physical protection of nuclear materials, and nuclear, radiation, industrial and fire safety National atomic energy policy
8.3.3.2. Number of inspections of nuclear material control and accounting National atomic energy policy
Development of HR capital (training and education to support implementation of strategic goals) 
 
9.1.1. Provision of competent staff 9.1.1.1. Number of students who did internships HR management
9.1.1.2. Number of students employed based on internship results HR management
9.1.1.4. Ratio of costs to support nuclear-related education establishments to number of young specialists graduated from nuclear-related educational establishments and recruited to the Corporation’s organizations HR management
9.1.1.5. Number of PhDs HR management
9.1.2. Education of employees 9.1.2.1. Share of employees subject to periodic performance and career development appraisals HR management
9.1.2.3. Level of expenditures for training of employees HR management
9.1.3. Building up and use of skill pools 9.1.3.1. Number of employees in the skill pool HR management
9.1.3.2. Share of employees from the skill pool appointed to open positions HR management
SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT PERFORMANCE 
Environmental impacts (impacts on the environment, environmental protection activities) 
11.1.4. Initiatives on reduction of noxious substance releases to the atmospheric air; achieved reduction 11.1.4.1. Information on initiatives on reduction of noxious substance releases to the atmospheric air; achieved reduction Environmental safety
11.1.5. Initiatives on reduction of noxious substance discharges to water reservoirs; achieved reduction 11.1.5. 1. Information on initiatives on reduction of noxious substance discharges to water reservoirs Environmental safety
11.1.5.2. Quantitative data on reduction of noxious substance discharges to water reservoirs Environmental safety
11.1.11. Implementation of environmental management systems in the Corporation’s organizations 11.1.11.1. Number of enterprises certified for conformance to requirements of the standard ISO 14001 Environmental safety
11.2.5. In-house water consumption 11.2.5.1. In-house water consumption Environmental safety
11.3.15. Payments for noxious substance releases in the atmospheric air from stationary and mobile sources, contaminant discharges to surface and ground water bodies, placement of production and consumption waste 11.3.15.1. Payments for noxious substance releases in the atmospheric air from stationary and mobile sources, contaminant discharges to surface and ground water bodies, placement of production and consumption waste Environmental safety
11.5.1. Radionuclide releases to the atmosphere 11.5.1.1. Total activity of radionuclide releases to the atmosphere Environmental safety
11.5.2. Discharge of radionuclide-containing effluents 11.5.2.1. Amount of radionuclide-containing effluents Environmental safety
11.5.2.2. Total activity of radionuclide-containing effluents Environmental safety
11.5.4. Radionuclide contamination of territories 11.5.4.1. Area of contaminated territories Environmental safety

 
11.5.4.2. Gamma-radiation dose rate of the contaminated territories Environmental safety
Social and labor relations (work organization and decent work) 
12.1.4. Share of employees aged under 35 12.1.4.1. Share of employees aged under 35 HR management
12.1.5. Average age of employees (by categories) 12.1.5.1. Average age of employees (by categories, without outsourced part-time workers and off-schedule workers). HR management
12.1.8. Level of average wage against average level of the labor market 12.1.8.1. Level of average wage against average level of the labor market HR management
12.3.3. Number of employees having non-state pension provisions 12.3.3.1. Number of employees having non-state pension provisions HR management
12.3.4. Total expenditures for the personnel 12.3.4.1. Total expenditures for the personnel HR management
12.3.5. Total expenditures for social programs for employees 12.3.5.1. . Total expenditures for social programs for employees HR management
12.3.6. Social payments per employee per year 12.3.6.1. Social payments per employee per year HR management
12.3.7. Costs of additional medical insurance 12.3.7.1. Costs of additional medical insurance HR management
12.4.5. Monitoring of the personnel exposure doses 12.4.5.1. Annual average effective exposure dose to the personnel HR management
12.4.5.2. Number of cases of personnel exposure in excess of regulatory dose limit HR management
12.4.5.4. Share of the employees included in AWSIRA system of a total number of employees subject to individual dose monitoring HR management
12.4.5.5. Share of employees exposed to negligibly small risk HR management
12.4.5.6. Share of employees exposed to lifetime risk HR management
Influence on social and economic situation in host regions. Interaction with society 
13.2.1. Generation of CATF development programs 13.2.1.1. Generation of CATF development programs Economic effects
13.4.1. Charity projects and funds allocated for such projects 13.4.1.1. Charity projects and funds allocated for such projects Social effects
Conduct and social regulation 
14.4.2. Institutionalization of conduct 14.4.2.1. Availability of a Code of Conduct Engagement of stakeholders
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