Change of Company Secretary

Aura Energy Limited
12 September 2023


12 September 2023

Change of Company Secretary


Aura Energy Limited (ASX: AEE, AIM: AURA) ("Aura" or "the Company") is pleased to announce the appointment of Ross Kennedy as Company Secretary, effective 12 September 2023. Mr Kennedy will be responsible for communication with ASX in relation to Listing Rules matters under Listing Rule 12.6.

Ross is an experienced Company Secretary with more than 30 years of experience. Ross is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, a Fellow of the Governance Institute of Australia and a Chartered Accountant.

Ross has also worked for many years with ASX mining and exploration companies with activities in Australia and overseas.

Ross will be replacing Phillip Hains who has resigned as Company Secretary effective 12 September 2023 after holding the position for 2 1/2 years. The Board expresses their appreciation to Phillip for his contribution to the Company.

We look forward to Ross joining the Aura Energy team.

Authorised for lodgement by the Managing Director & CEO on behalf of the Board.

For further information, please contact:

David Woodall

Managing Director and CEO

Aura Energy Limited


Paul Ryan


Investor & Media Relations

+61 409 296 511


SP Angel Corporate Finance LLP

(Nominated Advisor and Joint Broker)

David Hignell

Kasia Brzozowska

+44 (0) 203 470 0470


WH Ireland Limited

(Joint Broker)

James Bavister

Andrew de Andrade

+44 (0) 207 220 1666


About Aura Energy (ASX: AEE, AIM: AURA) 

Aura Energy is an Australian-based minerals company that has major uranium and battery metals projects with large resources in both Africa and Europe. The Company is primarily focused on progressing the development to commence uranium production from the Tiris Project, a major greenfield uranium discovery in Mauritania.

A recent Enhanced Feasibility Study at Tiris has increased the project NPV significantly reconfirming the project as one of the lowest capex, lowest operating cost uranium projects that remain undeveloped in the world.

A Scoping Study into the Häggån Project in Sweden has outlined compelling economic value. Aura plans to follow up this study with further exploration to lift the Resource categorisation alongside close collaboration with the community surrounding the project to foster support to proceed.

Aura will continue to transition from a uranium explorer to a uranium producer, to capitalise on the rapidly growing demand for nuclear power as the world continues to shift towards a decarbonised energy sector.

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