Power 500 is a catalogue of Western Australia's most influential business leaders across the state's major industries.
Vikas Rambal was featured in 2022 in the Manufacturing, transport and logistics section.
Vikas Rambal has more than 20 years experience in business and a proven track record in delivering world-class fertiliser plants. Born in Delhi, Mr Rambal qualified as a chemical engineer at the University of Nagpur, specialising in petrochemicals. He spent the first years of his career working with Bharat Petroleum (formerly Shell) and was then involved in establishing a range of projects including refineries and the manufacture of fertilisers. In 2000, Mr Rambal and his business partners moved to Western Australia with plans to use natural gas for downstream industry, including the manufacture of ammonia for the international fertiliser market. As a former shareholder and managing director of Burrup Fertilisers, Mr Rambal was the driving force of the project from instigation to completion. After Burrup's successful commissioning, Mr Rambal established Perdaman Chemicals and Fertilisers (formerly known as North West Chemicals and Fertilisers) with the intention to develop a second world scale fertiliser plant in Western Australia.