Graeme Robinson is a qualified engineer and highly experienced feasibility study and project manager. He has more than 35 years of industry experience which includes senior management
roles at Vale’s US$5 billion Goro nickel laterite project in New Caledonia, where he was involved in feasibility study through to commissioning. Mr Robinson joins Australian Mines after serving as study and execution manager at Gina Rinehart’s Hancock Prospecting, which included overseeing Hancock’s Alpha Coal Project in Queensland and execution management roles for their $10 billion Roy Hill iron ore operation in Western Australia. Mr Robinson also oversaw the Bankable Feasibility Study for Newcrest’s Cadia Mine in New South Wales (one of Australia’s largest gold mining operations) as well as large metalliferous mines in Queensland and internationally.