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  • ERA - What we do
    Board Corporate governance Shareholder information Share price tools Market information Financial calendar Media Media releases Reports and publications Presentations Fact sheets Media contact Careers Vacancies Indigenous employment Diversity What we do Operations Health and safety Ranger 3 Deeps Email this page Home What we do What we do ERA is one of the largest continually operating uranium producers in the world Uranium has been mined at Ranger for three decades

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  • ERA - Operations
    Resources of Australia Ltd ERA produces uranium oxide for export under strict international safeguards to provide fuel for nuclear energy Since 1980 the Company has mined ore and produced drummed uranium oxide at its Ranger mine 260 kilometres south east of Darwin in Australia s Northern Territory The process for extracting uranium ore from the mine to producing drums of uranium oxide involves a number of complex operations including exploration extraction sorting crushing and production Click here to view the uranium processing at Ranger information sheet In 2013 ERA produced 2 960 tonnes of uranium oxide in 2013 20 per cent less than in the previous year 2012 3 710 tonnes The majority of ore processed in 2013 was from stockpiled ore mined from Pit 3 prior to its closure Following the completion of mining in the operating Pit 3 at Ranger in 2012 ERA has begun the transition from open cut mining to underground exploration of the Ranger 3 Deeps mineral resource Rehabilitation With the completion of open cut mining and the construction of the Brine Concentrator ERA s progressive rehabilitation plans progressed significantly in 2013 focussing on Pit 1 and Pit 3 as well as tailings and brine management and the Jabiluka Interim Water Management Pond Pit 3 is currently being backfilled with 30 million tonnes of waste material in preparation for the planned transfer of tailings from the Tailings Storage Facility and the storage of the brines from the Brine Concentrator The backfilling project is ahead of schedule with 22 8 million tonnes of waste material placed in Pit 3 at 31 December 2013 Work to dewater and rehabilitate Pit 1 is also underway Mining was completed in Pit 1 in December 1994 ERA also holds title to the Jabiluka deposit 22 kilometres north of Ranger This

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  • ERA - Health and safety
    of Australia Ltd ERA is committed to its objective of achieving zero harm This means having no injuries or occupational illnesses by creating an injury free workplace where everyone goes home safely each day Safety is our most important value ERA measures safety by the All Injury Frequency Rate AIFR This is a measure of all reportable injuries lost time injuries restricted work injuries and medical treatment cases per 200

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  • ERA - Ranger 3 Deeps
    be a world class uranium supplier that contributes to environmental sustainability and is trusted by Traditional Owners the community and its people ERA considers that the implementation of this vision will maximise shareholder value and benefit its stakeholders A key strategic component in achieving these goals is the transformation from an open cut mining operation to a potential low impact underground mining operation through underground exploration of Ranger 3 Deeps Ranger 3 Deeps Exploration Decline Project In August 2011 ERA approved 120 million for construction of an exploration decline to conduct close spaced underground exploration drilling and to explore areas adjacent to the Ranger 3 Deeps resource The Ranger 3 Deeps mineralised zone is estimated to contain over 34 761 tonnes of uranium oxide and is recognised as a significant resource by world standards Ranger 3 Deeps Prefeasibility Study ERA is undertaking a 57 million Prefeasibility Study into the potential development of a Ranger 3 Deeps underground mine The Prefeasibility Study will determine the economic viability of the proposed Ranger 3 Deeps underground mine optimise mining methods and confirm metallurgical performance and production rates ERA is targeting late 2015 for commencement of production if the underground mine proves viable and all Board and regulatory approvals are obtained Ranger 3 Deeps Environmental Impact Statement Regulatory approval for the Ranger 3 Deeps underground mine is being pursued in accordance with the Northern Territory Environmental Assessment Act and the Commonwealth Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 In January 2013 ERA submitted a Notice of Intent and Referral respectively under these Acts to the Northern Territory Environmental Protection Agency and the Commonwealth Department of Sustainability Environment Water Population and Communities now the Department of Environment In March 2013 both agencies determined that the proposed action would require assessment at the level of Environmental

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  • ERA - Investors
    Home Investors Investors Energy Resources of Australia Ltd ERA is a publicly listed company on the Australian Stock Exchange Rio Tinto a diversified resources group owns 68 4 per cent of ERA shares The balance of the Company s shares are publicly held and traded on the Australian Securities Exchange The ERA Board is responsible for ensuring that ERA meets the objectives of its shareholders while managing the interests of

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  • ERA - Board
    an Asia strategy for the region principally in relation to China to allow producers and exporters the opportunity to access new markets and capital Shane was also the inaugural Chief Executive Officer of the TSBE Shane is also a Commissioner of the GasFields Commission Queensland which is a statutory body designed to facilitate and promote co existence between the on shore gas industry rural landholders and regional communities He also currently holds the position of Chairman of Sunrise Way Rehab Limited a drug and alcohol rehabilitation service and is Vice President of the Royal Agricultural Society of Queensland Shane was previously the Chairman of Stanwell Corporation Ltd Shane has a Bachelor of Laws from the Queensland University of Technology and has 20 years experience in legal practice including as Managing Director of Condon Charles Lawyers for over 10 years Mr Paul Dowd BSc Eng FAusIMM MAICD Non Executive Director Paul Dowd is a mining engineer with 50 years experience in the mining industry primarily in the private sector but also serving in the public sector as head of the Victorian Mines and Petroleum Departments He is currently a non executive director of OZ Minerals Ltd and Phoenix Copper Ltd Paul has previously held senior executive positions as Managing Director of Newmont Australia Ltd and Vice President Australia and New Zealand Operations for Newmont Mining Corporation and prior to that as Chief Operating Officer of Normandy Mining Ltd He was previously Chairman of Adelaide Resources Ltd and a non executive director of Macarthur Coal Ltd Paul recently stepped down as the inaugural Chairman of the Resources and Engineering Skills Alliance RESA in South Australia but remains on the Board He is Chairman of the CSIRO Minerals Resources Sector Advisory Council and an Advisory Board Member of the South Australian Minerals and Petroleum Expert Group SAMPEG and the University of Queensland Sustainable Minerals Institute Paul has a Bachelor of Science Engineering from the University of NSW is a Fellow of Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy and is a Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors Ms Andrea Sutton BE Hons Chemical GradDipEcon GAICD Chief Executive Appointed as Managing Director in September 2013 and Chief Executive in September 2013 Ms Sutton brings extensive operational technical and corporate experience to ERA from her 19 years with Rio Tinto Ms Sutton was previously Managing Director with the Rio Tinto Support Strategy Review team Prior to that Ms Sutton held various roles within the Rio Tinto Group including General Manager Operations at the Bengalla Mine and General Manager Infrastructure with Rio Tinto Iron Ore Ms Joanne Farrell BSc GradDipManagement Non Executive Director Appointed as a Director in June 2014 Ms Farrell is currently the Global Head of Health Safety Environment and Communities HSEC for Rio Tinto and is responsible for leading the team that provides policy standards guidance and governance of HSEC matters for the Rio Tinto group of companies Ms Farrell has held a number of roles in 27 years with Rio Tinto

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  • ERA - Corporate governance
    responsibilities of the board auditors institutional investors private shareholders and other stakeholders ERA and its directors and employees are committed to high standards of business conduct and compliance with the law These standards and principles are set out in the ERA Code of Business Conduct Auditors The appointment of external auditors is a function of the full Board on the recommendation of the Audit and Risk Committee and is subject to approval by shareholders Any work to be conducted by the external auditor outside the agreed scope of the audit is to be approved by the Audit and Risk Committee Policy for the rotation of external audit engagement partners ERA selects and appoints external auditors and rotates external audit engagement partners every five years Risk Management internal compliance and control systems ERA recognises that all aspects of our business involve significant risk including both threats downside risk and opportunities upside risk We are committed to managing all sources of risk in a proactive and effective manner through competent risk management This requires high quality risk analysis to allow appropriate management decisions to be taken at all levels in the company A number of systems are in place to identify and manage risk These include The identification and regular review of all the significant business risks facing the company The provision of information by management to the Board on a periodic basis as to the status of any plans controls policies and or procedures to manage the significant business risks Guidelines for ensuring that capital expenditure and revenue commitments exceeding certain approved limits are placed before the Board for approval Limits and controls for all financial exposures including the use of derivatives Continuous disclosure Click here to review ERA s Continuous Disclosure Policy ERA s share trading policy Click here to

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  • ERA - Shareholder information
    price tools Market information Financial calendar Email this page Home Investors Shareholder information Shareholder information Energy Resources of Australia Ltd ERA recognises the importance of effective communication with shareholders and the general investment community To ensure shareholders are kept informed in a timely manner ERA complies with statutory continuous disclosure requirements In addition ERA updates its web site from time to time Full advantage is taken of the annual general meetings to inform shareholders of current developments and to give shareholders the opportunity to ask questions As recommended by the Australian Securites Exchange Principles ERA s auditor attends the annual general meeting and is available to answer shareholder questions about the conduct of the audit and the preparation and content of the auditor s report ERA shareholders are also able to submit written questions regarding the statutory audit report to the auditors via the Company Any questions received and answers provided will be made available to members at ERA annual general meetings The Chief Executive and Chief Financial Officer conduct regular meetings with the company s major shareholders and the company organises regular investor teleconferences to coincide with the release of half year and full year results 2015 Notice of

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