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NUKEM, INC.

Nukem, Inc. Website: http://www.nukeminc.com

Since its founding in 1982, NUKEM Inc., together with its Alzenau, Germany-based parent, NUKEM GmbH, has transitioned from playing a modest role in uranium brokerage to becoming one of the world's largest intermediaries in the international nuclear fuel market. NUKEM consistently ranks as one of the top five providers of uranium to nuclear power plants worldwide, one of the major suppliers to the uranium spot market, and a global trader not just of uranium but of conversion and enrichment services as well.

NUKEM sources its products primarily (but not exclusively) in the Central Asian states of the former Soviet Union, referred to as the Commonwealth of Independent States or CIS. Headquartered in Danbury, Connecticut since 1999, NUKEM markets nuclear fuel components to utilities in North and South America, Western Europe and the Far East.

Since its inception nearly a quarter of a century ago, NUKEM has sold something on the order of 150 million pounds of uranium equivalent, and generated gross revenues from all sources well in excess of billion. It is the future that absorbs NUKEM, Inc.'s focus today as it looks forward to continuing its active status on the spot and long-term uranium markets for uranium, conversion, and enrichment.