was trained as an engineer with a Masters Degree in chemical engineering.
Following three years in the environmental consulting business, he joined
Cameco Corporation`s predecessor, Eldorado Nuclear Limited, in 1979. Over
the past 24 years, his work experience has focused on nuclear fuel cycle,
environmental protection, radioactive waste management and regulatory licensing
matters. However, he has also been responsible for the operation of the
company`s uranium fuel UF 6 conversion plant in Port Hope. He
is currently Cameco`s Vice President, environment and safety, with oversight
and some functional responsibilities for seven former and current Canadian
uranium operations and two US uranium operations. He has served on a number
of occasions as a consultant to the International Atomic Energy Agency.
Impact of Nuclear Regulation on Uranium Project Sustainability
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