Neil Graham has more than 25 years of international experience in the chemical industry, encompassing design, construction, and commissioning of both start up and brownfield installations, in addition to substantial operations management experience of facilities in several different countries.
He is a chartered engineer who commenced his professional career in BP prior to joining ICI, where he was involved in major project design and implementation roles. He developed the Asian market presence of Rittershaus & Blecher and subsequently completed several technical and site manager roles in Huntsman Pigments before becoming the Group Sulphate Manufacturing Director.
More recently, Neil was responsible for Orica's largest and most complex facility worldwide, in Gladstone QLD, producing ammonium nitrate, sodium cyanide and chloralkali products, and joined Arafura Resources on 1st September 2010.
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About Arafura Resources Limted
Arafura Resources Limited (ASX:ARU) is a rare earths producer. The Company's principal activities consist of Nolans Project Environmental Impact Statement; mining and associated infrastructure, social and environmental feasibility evaluations, and mineral exploration, definition and development. Its segments include Project evaluation and development segment; Exploration segment, and Corporate segment. The Company's projects include Nolans, Aileron-Reynolds and Jervois. The Company owns 100% interest in the Nolans Project, which is located in Australia's Northern Territory, approximately 135 kilometers north-north-west of Alice Springs. It has a rare earths-phosphate-uranium deposit. The Aileron-Reynolds Project is located on the north-west of Alice Springs, which consists of over seven exploration licenses and covers an area of approximately 2,700 square kilometers. The Jervois JV located on the north-east of Alice Springs has an exploration license covering over 280 square kilometers.
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