Rosatom to build floating nuclear power plants in Indonesia

Rosatom Overseas has won a contract to build a series of floating nuclear power plants in Indonesia, the company announced this week, after signing  an agreement with  Indonesia’s National Nuclear Energy Agency in Jakarta.
Russia originally began building mobile nuclear power plants to help develop its Arctic oil and gas fields and is currently close to finishing the construction of the Akademik Lomonosov, whose two adapted KLT-40 reactors run on 14,1% enriched uranium.
Earlier this year, Rosatom Deputy Director Kirill Komarov said that Moscow was ready to cooperate in the construction of  nuclear reactors in countries that have nuclear energy development plans, including Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand and Vietnam.