John Hatherley

Hatherley started his career in 1986 with BP and in 1992 became the head of BP’s naphtha, LPG and Chemical Feedstock Trading. In 1993 he was approached by Glencore, through which he founded the naphtha and LPG trading business. Over the next few years he ran the company’s worldwide “Light Ends” department, which included gasoline and natural gas. He was also responsible for the management of refining assets, restructuring the shipping business and joined the Energy Division General Management team. At the time of his departure in 2006, Glencore had grown exponentially and had overtaken Cargill as the largest private company in the world.

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PositionCompanyYearCompany's current rankWA staff
Non-Executive Director
Paynes Find Gold
2011 -

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