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Dr. Muhammad Imran
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Dr. Muhammad Imran

Saskatchewan Research Council

Vice-President of the Rare Earth Element Division

Dr. Muhammad Imran is Vice-President of the Rare Earth Element Division at Saskatchewan Research Council. He has over 20 years of joint experience in operations, and Research and Development, in various industrial sectors including cement manufacturing, oil and gas, and rare earth. He holds a PhD degree in Chemical Engineering and is member of SRC’s executive team. He previously served as Director of Operations, in the Mining and Energy Division at SRC (Saskatchewan Research Council). He has led many projects, including innovative proofs of concept; development and optimization of medium and heavy oil Enhanced Oil Recovery processes; lab-scale equipment design; and physical and fluid flow modelling. He is leading a vertically integrated Rare Earth Processing Facility project at SRC, first of its kind in North America. Muhammad is recognized in executing successful strategic business programs and high-performance team building.

The Saskatchewan Research Council is constructing North America’s first integrated, fully commercial, demonstration Rare Earth Processing Facility, with hydrometallurgy, separation and metals smelting units.

Presentations

SRC REE Processing Facility – Catalyst for a Rare Earth Hub

With support from the Government of Saskatchewan,the Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC) is constructing Canada’s first fully integrated, commercial demonstration Rare Earth Processing Facility, which is positioned to establish a rare earth element (REE) technology hub in Saskatchewan, forming an industry model for future commercial REE initiatives and supply chain development.

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