Energoatom intends to strike deal before late November rnpp.rv.ua The state-owned Energoatom, the operator of Ukraine’s all active nuclear power plants, intends to pay one of the world&#39;s largest auditing firms, KPMG, UAH 3.96 million for a comprehensive review of its procurement system, according to the statement of Ukraine’s nuclear monopoly on a State Procurement online portal. According to the report, the auditors will analyze Energoatom’s procurement for its efficiency, transparency and check on signs of corruption or discriminatory factors. Read alsoEnergoatom set to share experience with EU companies on using nuclear fuel of various suppliersEnergoatom is set to seal the deal before the end of November, 2015. As UNIAN reported earlier, Energoatom will pay UAH 684,000 to BDO, which is part of BDO International, the world’s fifth largest international network of independent accounting and consulting firms in terms of total revenue, for the audit of the company’s financial reports in 2015. UNIAN memo. A state enterprise NNEGC Energoatom is the largest electricity producer in Ukraine with a total production share accounting for 50% of the overall energy production in Ukraine. Energoatom is responsible for safe operations of all nuclear power plants across the country.