Revenue earned by Russia’s state nuclear agency Rosatom abroad grew 20 percent last year to $6.2 billion from $5.2 billion in 2014. The company expects to reach $23 billion by 2018.

“A key indicator of our business’s long-term sustainability is the portfolio of foreign orders for the next ten years. By the end of 2015 it grew to $110.3 billion and will bring us $22.9 billion in foreign revenue in 2016-2018,” said Rosatom’s financial director Nikolay Solomon.

The Russian company is actively expanding its global network and opening regional offices. In February it said it is expecting to increase foreign orders to $190 billion within the next five years.