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  1. Sustainable Uranium/Thorium Resources Development for MALAYSIA Presented by Rahman Yaccup

  2. Infrastructure • Key activities (8 sub projects only one hightlight – Thorium resources and supply) • Determination of thorium, uranium and rare earth elements content and amount in non-conventional sources (mineral waste) • Non Conventional Survey to get the information on the thorium stock available from rare earth and amang factories • Determination of Thorium, uranium and rare earth elements content and amount in conventional sources (thorium deposit) • Rechecking previous airborne survey data on radiometric survey • Fieldtrip for Reconnaissance survey • Trenching, Trial pits and borehole drilling • Laboratory Analysis • Reserve estimation • Key resources • Human Resources – 9 researchers (4 PhD, 3 MSc, 2 BSc geology and 3 TAs ) • Physical resources – [NAA lab, Wavelength Dispersive XRF ] • Financial – [National project RM5.326M) and IAEA TC €200,000.00] • Key partners • Mineral and Geoscience Department, Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (6 geologists and 3 Technical Assistants) • International partners – IAEA

  3. Value Propositions • Estimate reserve of Thorium available in Malaysia • New input

  4. Customers • Customer Segments • Energy Supply Companies (TNB, Sabah Energy, SESCO) • Channels • Supplying the fuel to generate energy for domestic and industrial used in future • Customer Relationships • Partners and Research collaborators

  5. Finances • Cost structure • Through Scientific Research Fund, Sponsored from the research partners and Collaborators • Revenue streams • Funding from the Government • ~RM1,000,000.00/year (USD300,000.00/year) • ~IAEA €40,000.00/year

  6. The Uranium/Thorium Business Model Canvas for Malaysia