Jason Moodley

Jason Moodley

Supply Chain Manager, Sohar Aluminium

Jason Moodley has 24 years’ experience in heavy industry significantly weighted in Aluminium Smelting. In his current role as Supply Chain Manager, Jason brings a wealth of administrative and leadership experience to Sohar Aluminium Company. He has been instrumental in establishing and optimizing organizational processes, measurement systems and infrastructure with proven efficiency in maximizing business results. He has served as Strategy and Business Improvement Manager, Operations Manager and has plant experience in many areas of Aluminium Smelting. Jason holds a post graduate degree in Business Management from University of Kwa-Zulu Natal and has a degree in Mechanical Engineering.

Sohar Aluminium was formed in September 2004 to undertake a landmark Greenfield aluminium smelter project in the Sultanate of Oman and is jointly owned by Oman Oil Company, Abu Dhabi National Energy Company PJSC – TAQA and Rio Tinto (RTA). By implementing decades of industry insight in its design, specification and construction Sohar Aluminium has been created to ensure efficiency, environmental protection and the utmost safety of its workforce. The smelter has an annual production capacity of 395,000 tons of high-quality Aluminium.

Panelist: SESSION: Alumina and Bauxite
Green or not Green: How long before the whole world is producing green alumina? What is the supply and demand in the meantime?

All Sessions by Jason Moodley

8:00 am - 8:40 am

Alumina and Bauxite | Green or not Green: How long before the whole world is producing green alumina? What is the supply and demand in the meantime?

  • The prospects for bauxite in Indonesia and Guinea is becoming more and more complicated. Where is the future of Alumina investments? Chinese companies along with Alcoa, Rio Tinto, EGA, Ma'aden, etc. have bauxite resources in Guinea.
  • Will there be new investments to build refineries in Guinea? How will alumina plants respond to government demands? What changes will happen to the pattern of global bauxite resources in the future?