Welcome to the Euratom Supply Agency

This site contains information on subjects and key topics that come under our remit - presentation of ESA updated 09/2016.

A common nuclear market in the EU was created by the Euratom Treaty. Article 2(d) and 52 of the Treaty established ESA to ensure a regular and equitable supply of nuclear fuels to EU users. To perform this task, ESA applies a supply policy based on the principle of equal access to sources of supply.   See more...

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Presentation of ESA Annual Report 2017
 
 

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Report on Securing the European Supply of 19.75% enriched Uranium Fuel

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Report on Nuclear Fuel Security of Supply



  ESA Quarterly Spot Price Indices



  ESA quarterly spot uranium price
EUR/kgU
ESA quarterly spot uranium price
USD/lb U3O8
Number of spot natural uranium contracts concluded by EU utilities(*) Total number of contracts processed by ESA(**)
Q1 2018 - - 1 76
During the first quarter of 2018, ESA processed 76 transactions, including contracts, amendments and notifications on the front-end activities. Between January and March, European utilities concluded 1 new spot natural uranium supply contract (including purchases, sales, exchanges and loans) and 4 new long term contracts.