Who Owns Whom ?
Vattenfall and Sydkraft are utilities, who own
a number of different electricity producing stations, of which four
are nuclear: Oskarshamn, Ringhals, Barsebäck and Forsmark. Sydkraft
is a privately owned company, the largest shareholders are: PreussenElektra
(Germany) 27.7 %, Statkraft (Norway) 21 %, Malmo City (Sweden) 18.9
%. The rest is made up of a number of Swedish municipalities and
Vattenfall owns 100 % of Ringhals. Forsmark is
owned by Forsmark Kraft Group (FKG). FKG is in turn owned to 74.5
% by Vattenfall. Barsebäck is owned by Barsebäck Kraft Grupp (BKG),
BKG is owned 100 % by Sydkraft. Oskarshamn is owned by OKG, which
is owned 54.5 % by Sydkraft.
One interesting point about the Norwegian part
ownership of Sydkraft is that the plutonium in the Barsebäck spent
fuel is part owned by entities within the European Union -and covered
fully by Euratom- and part owned by a commercial entity outside