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1 NDAs Strategy - Update Feb 2013 Duncan Thompson Head of Strategy Development Version 2

2 Todays Discussion Points 1.NDAs Strategy - Strategic Themes 2.Strategy Content – Expectations over 20 years 3.The delivery model – recap 4.2012 - Feedback on strategy development infrastructure 5.Strategy development priorities for each Theme 6.Immediate next steps 2

3 3 NDA Strategy – Published April 2011 NDA Strategy

4 4 Strategic Themes NDA Strategy

5 5 Strategic Themes NDA Strategy

6 6 Strategic Themes NDA Strategy

7 7 Strategic Themes NDA Strategy

8 8 Scope of NDA Strategy NDA Strategy

9 10 and 20 year expectations (AS AT 2011) During the next 10 years (by 2021) we expect: all Magnox stations to have been defuelled and spent fuel reprocessed to a long-term stable form three of the Magnox sites to have entered the Care and Maintenance phase in readiness for Final Site Clearance significant progress to have been made on high hazard reduction programmes, this includes progress with the retrieval of materials from Legacy Ponds and Silos at Sellafield. the management of all NDA sites to have been competed all NDAs non core assets to have been disposed of to commence Surface-Based Investigations Phase for the Geological Disposal Facility (GDF). 9

10 10 and 20 year expectations (AS AT 2011) During the next 20 years (by 2031) we expect: all other Magnox sites to have entered Care and Maintenance decommissioning to have been completed at Harwell and Winfrith at Dounreay, all ILW to have been removed from the shaft and all residues from the Dounreay Fast Reactor (DFR) at LLWR, the Plutonium Contaminated Material (PCM) facilities to have been removed confirmation of a sites suitability to host a Geological Disposal Facility that complies with safety and environmental regulatory requirements, and commence the Construction and Underground Investigations Phase. FOR MORE DETAILED, RECENT AND SITE BY SITE TARGETS GO ONLINE FOR OUR STRATEGY AND OUR ANNUAL BUSINESS PLAN. 10

11 11 Implementation – NDAs Intelligent Client Model NDA Operating model - Performance contracts - Performance monitoring - Deep dive assurance reports - Performance & financial reporting - Long term scenario planning - Options development - Corporate Planning - Securing & allocating funds - Operational planning - Selecting delivery partners - Contract Incentivisation - Sanctioning of major projects - Post project approval reports

12 12 NDA Contract Model COMPETITION CONTINUITY 3 1 4 5 6 Transferable SLC 2 nd tier Subcontractors perform the scope of their Subcontracts Parent Body NDA Regulators 2 Parent Body Owner of licensee Transferable SLC Licensee Primary Contract with NDA 1. Ownership of SLC shares 2. Primary NDA Contract 3. Parent Body Agreement 4. Subcontracts 5. Statutory consultation requirement 6. Statutory and/or Licence or consent requirements

13 Strategy development infrastructure - SDIG, TOGs, underpinning groups and R&D interfaces 13

14 1 Feedback Received - Positive Strategy development infrastructure has served us well, thematic approach is good, MOD has adopted similar. Overall shape and structure of strategy development mechanics is comprehensive and involves participation from the relevant parties. Engagement works well - TOGs are a good fora. Gated process is good. Engagement with NDA on strategic issues good, MOD continues to increase participation in TOGs. NDA strategy team people are professional, proactive and pivotal. SDIG provides helpful briefing and opportunity for discussion. Strategy content is good – no issues. 14

15 1 Feedback Received - Suggestions 15

16 2 Further improvements planned for 2013 –Create a Site Restoration Roadmap in order to provide better visibility of the strategic issues and risks that drive our Strategy Development work. –Create and maintain an integrated strategy development workplan for use at SDIG and TOGs. –Report progress against the strategy development workplan. –Make NDAs Strategic decision calendars (and SLC decision calendars) more visible and accessible. –Use strategic tolerances and dashboards to provide Strategy implementation feedback to SDIG –Critical enablers TOG - make it work. –Start to consider approach to next version of NDAs published strategy. 16

17 Site Restoration Roadmap – within the Strategy Development Cycle 17

18 Site Restoration Roadmap What is a roadmap? A communication tool that conveys the restoration strategy for our estate. It demonstrates the key milestones to be achieved and the attributes of each site as restoration progresses. What will it be used for? To provide an accessible, clear representation of the restoration journey for each of our sites. To inform NDAs strategy development planning, by helping us to systematically identify risks and opportunities in the current plans and allowing us to map out the consequence of implementing strategic alternatives. Our current strategy development priorities are developed using expert professional judgement but would benefit from a roadmap to help with systematic identification of risks and opportunities 18

19 Strategy Development Topics - Spent Fuel and Nuclear Materials 19 Potential new build scope

20 Deliverables in 2013/14 - DRAFT - Spent Fuel and Nuclear Materials Magnox 1.0 (Op plan N087): Confirm strategic position for the Magnox Contingency Options - wetted fuel and dry fuel. (Q4 12/13). Complete Annual Review of Strategy deliverability. (Q4 13/14) Oxide 2.0Complete annual review of Strategy.(Q2 13/14) 3.0Support DECC in achieving satisfactory outcome to difficult fuels in consultation (BNFL and UKAEA). (Q4 13/14) 4.0Carry out Credible Options study on Spent Fuel Management in the UK for New Build Fuel for DECC. (Q4 13/14) Exotics 5.0(Op Plan N085): Deliver a map of all NDA liability spent fuels and nuclear materials that are external to NDA sites. (Q1 13/14) 6.0Credible Options study on fuel disposition route for all exotics not already covered (excluding propulsion fuel). (Q? 13/14) 7.0Secure final decision on management of MOD propulsion fuel. (Q? 13/14) 20

21 Deliverables in 2013/14 - DRAFT - Spent Fuel and Nuclear Materials Pu 8.0 Provide updated advice to Government on Pu Disposition. - Advise on what technologies to take forward. (Q1 13/14) - N078 recommend to Government, forward management plan to implementation. (Q3 13/14). 9.0Determine forward strategic closure plan for remaining overseas owned Pu (especially Japanese) (timing dependant on 8.0). Uranics 10.0 Continue to underpin our Uranics Strategy, including establishing a strategic position on NDA owned stocks of reprocessed and tails uranium (including establishing the principles for whereby some quantities of uranium, for which there is no reasonable prospect of recovery, could be sentenced as waste.) (Q4 13/14) 11.0 Review policy/strategic principles for overseas owned uranics. (Q2 13/14) 21

22 4b Strategy Development Topics - Site Restoration 22

23 Deliverables in 2013/14 - DRAFT - Site Restoration Site Restoration 21.0 Op Plan Target N057: - Publish NDA perspective of opportunities for re-use of NDA land in the short term, and credible longer term uses of NDA Land. (Q4 - 12/13) - Publish practitioners guide to proposing preferred Site Interim and End States within context of agreed approach to institutional controls. (Q3 – 13/14) - NDA completed review of proposed site interim and end states for inclusion in Lifetime Plans. (Q? 14/15) - NDA approval of site interim and end states for inclusion in Lifetime Plans. (Q? 14/15) 22.0 Op Plan Target N089. Specification for Magnox Competition: - Final Magnox/RSRL Client Specification issued to support final invitation to submit final tenders. (Q2 13/14) 23.0 Publish Site Restoration Roadmap. (Q4 13/14) 24.0 Publish strategic position on the optimal period of quiescence for Magnox reactors. (Q4 13/14) 23

24 Strategy Development Topics - Integrated Waste Management 24

25 Deliverables in 2013/14 - DRAFT - Integrated Waste Management IWM 12.0 Op plan Target N107: Development of an national plan for the treatment and storage of alpha contaminated wastes. (Q4 13/14) 13.0 Op plan Target N083: Develop a national co-location and waste consolidation preferred strategic position for the treatment and storage of higher activity wastes (12/13). – then develop a national implementation plan (timing TBC 13/14). 14.0 Support to HMG on a co-ordinated UK approach to Higher Activity Waste Strategy. (Q4 13/14) 15.0 Investigate decision criteria for near surface disposal of radioactive waste. (TBC 13/14) - Decision criteria for HAW in Scotland. - Consider wider implication for radioactive management across UK. 16.0 Consider implication of Scottish HAW Policy on GDF inventory. (Q2 13/14) 17.0 Achieve implementation of special measures on FGMSP. (? TBC) 25

26 4d Strategy Development Topics - Critical Enablers and Bus. Optimisation 26

27 Deliverables in 2013/14 - DRAFT - Critical Enablers and Bus. Optimisation R&D 18.0 Op Plan Target N080: Publish the 2013 UK Radioactive Waste Inventory. (Q4 13/14) 19.0 Publish NDA directly funded 5 year R&D programme. (Q3 13/14) 19.0 Carry out new improved style of project technical assurance reviews: (TBC 13/14) - SDP - UFCF. MOD 25.0 Agree Decommissioning Planning Service Scope for VDAD. (Q2 13/14) 26.0 Support MOD in decision making on SDP. (Q2 13/14) 27

28 Immediate Strategy Development Next Steps - 3 Months 28 –Finalise 13/14 targets and create an integrated strategy development workplan for use at SDIG and TOGs. –Commission work to create a Site Restoration Roadmap. –Report progress against the strategy development workplan. –Use strategic tolerances and dashboards to discuss strategy implementation –Critical enablers TOG – make it work.

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