In addition, France estimates that about 100.3 tonnes of plutonium is contained in spent fuel stored at reactor sites, 129.6 tonnes - in spent fuel at the reprocessing plant, and 6.6 tonnes - in spent fuel "held elsewhere." The total amount of plutonium in spent fuel is therefore 236.5 tonnes.
The history of France's civilian plutonium stock in 1994-2008 was described in an earlier post. It is also worth noting that the amount of separated plutonium owned by France has grown from 55.5 tonnes in 2008 to 55.9 in 2009 (see also the post that describes status of France's recycle program).
The declaration also describes France's civilian HEU stock. At the end of 2009 France had 1,017 kg of HEU at fuel fabrication plants, 1,816 kg at civilian reactor sites, 433 kg at research facilities, 143 kg as irradiated HEU at civilian reactor sites, and 1,441 kg of irradiated HEU at other facilities.
[3/4/2011 edit - corrected errors in amounts of foreign and French-owned separated plutonium]