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Resource Generation Ltd appoints new Non-Executive Director

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Australian coal producer Resource Generation Ltd has appointed Peter Watson as a Non-Executive Director of the company.

Australian coal producer Resource Generation Ltd has appointed Peter Watson as a Non-Executive Director of the company.

This appointment follows the resignation of Denis Gately as a Non-Executive Director of the company. The appointment ensures continued compliance with the Corporation Act’s requirement for a public company to have two Australian resident shareholders.

Watson holds a BE Chem (hons) from Sydney University, a Diploma in Accountancy & Financial Management from Queensland University of Technology and is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors programme.

Peter is familiar with the Boikarabelo Project through his previous role as Managing Director of Sedgman Ltd during the period that the company renegotiated a Heads of Agreement for the engineering, procurement, and construction of the Coal Handling and Preparation Plant (CHPP).

Peter has over 30 years of experience in the energy and resources sectors within Australia and overseas. Over this period he has developed expertise in project development and delivery, asset optimisation and maintenance, and organisational leadership spanning Australia, Africa, Asia and the Americas.

According to the company, he also brings significant board-level experience at both the public and wholly-owned company level, particularly on matters of safety, governance, financial reporting, risk management, strategy and leadership.

Read the article online at: https://www.worldcoal.com/coal/27112017/resource-generation-ltd-appoints-new-non-executive-director/

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