This profile was last updated on //
Is this you? Claim your profile.
(187 Total References)
"WITH THE REFORMS ANNOUNCED TODAY, QUEENSLAND WILL CREATE CONDITIONS UNDER WHICH ITS URANIUM INDUSTRY CAN INCREASE ITS COMPETITIVENESS IN A VERY CHALLENGING ECONOMIC ENVIRONMENT," SAID MICHAEL ANGWIN, CHIEF EXECUTIVE OF THE AUSTRALIAN URANIUM ASSOCIATION (AUA).
Australian Uranium Association - Directors
Michael K. Angwin
Chief Executive Officer, Australian Uranium Association
Michael is the inaugural Chief Executive Officer of the AUA, commencing in September 2006; Director, Economic Policy, Victorian Dept of Premier and Cabinet 2004-06; Principal Consultant, Empower Group 2001-03; Director, World Competitive Practices Pty Ltd 1999-2001; Chief Adviser, Employee Relations, Rio Tinto Ltd 1993-99; Assistant Director, Business Council of Australia 1986-93; various roles Australian public service 1974-86.
Appointed 17 October 2006.
The Gundjeihmi Aboriginal Corporation
Supporters of the LNP's decision to open Queensland to uranium mining, including the Australian Uranium Association head Michael Angwin, have made public claims about the 'excellent' track record of Ranger uranium mine.
-- Australia Uranium Association -- Our Board - About Us
Uranium the key to curbing climate change - Michael Angwin, Adelaide Advertiser, Page: 18 - Tuesday, 29 April 2008
Michael K Angwin B Comm
Nuclear Industry Upbeat Despite Fukushima
This effort by industry to identify its own weaknesses and collaborate to reinforce safety was highlighted by Michael Angwin, CEO of the Australian Uranium Association: "The important thing is that the nuclear industry, both the nuclear utilities themselves and the peak industry groups, is not waiting for regulators and governments to tell it what it must do.
The industry is actively taking on these issues and addressing them."
Trust is essential for any industry to prosper, but perhaps even more so for the nuclear industry given its unique public profile.
"Fukushima has thrown this into sharper relief and the industry is responding by showing how it is managing its own challenges," Angwin